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WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FOR SALE! 16 <Ja. Corrugated Steel Culverts in 16 Ft. Lengths with Connecting bends. They're Lighter than • Concrete, Easier in Install and Will Last a Lifetime. CALL OR WRITE — LEE WILSON & CO. Phone 18 Wilson, Ark. HAYS IMPLEMENT CO. 200 t:. Main, Blythcville, Ark., Phone 20«l SALES AND SERVICE OF J. 1. CASE EQUIPMENT Just Received a shipment of CASE HAMMER FEED MILLS 8 Inch $105; 10 Inch $129.50 Death Sentence Cut to 30 Years Soldier Who Killed Two Jap Civilians Saved From Extreme Penalty. WASHINGTON, May 8. (UP) — Secretary of Wnr Rolx-it P. 1'nl- terson announced today Unit (he death sentence of Pfc. Joseph B. Hicswa lor killing two Japnnest) civilians Iwd been commuted to 30 years imprisonment. President Truinnn approved the lesser sentence. Htcswa was Riven n dishonorable discharge. His pny mid allowances were forfeited. 'nir sla.vlngs omiiTed In Japan shortly after the Japanese surrender. HP was sentenced lust. Jan- unry to death. The court, martial sentence WHS referred to Washington for final review by President Truman ami the War Department. On March 5. Ills parents and the amtlv physician came to Wnshing- 011. They pleaded with War De- lartnient officials for clemency. The physician, Dr. Stephen W. Lesko, WnUlngtou. N. J,. said Hir.wu lad been mentally unbalanced since •mfferliiK a head tnqury when he was 12 years old. CAN WATER AH) IN KIDNEY-BLADDER DISORDERS? V'KS—if it's Mountain Valley Mineral Water, the famous mineral water from HOT SPKIN'GS, ARK. MOUNTAIN VALLEY — HELPS Stimulate Kidney Action — Soothe Bladder Irritation—Combat Trie Aridity CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division HlytheviHe, Ark. EMERSON ATTIC FANS Are Available Again AT PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., INC. Is H Out of Order? • Our mechanics are Not Factory Trained—hut They arc GOOD! • Their work is GUARANTEED! . • Their Prices are REASONABLE! • They are well equipped lo do Light Repair Work on any make of Car or Truck! • They Guarantee to SATISFY! NEWT SHORT in Charge of Garage. MARR'S Auto Service Prompt Road Service Washing, Greasing. Folishitig AH Standard Products Phone 2611 Ash at Second USED CARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. If you arc froinp (o keep your present car let us give you an estimate on reconditioning your motor, b«dy and painting. Credit terms can he arranged. Tires, Tubes and auto and home radios for *aTe. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmohile East Main St. CMC Trucks Phone 519 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Let us figure your total contract including labor. i Service and Repair on wiring and accessories. Appliance Repair. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 110 So. Sec. Phone George Worthen, Banker, Dies in Little Rock LITTLE ROCK. May 8. IUPI — Funeral services will be held here tomorrow for '61-year-old Grow Gordon Worthen, vice-president and director of W. B. Worthen Co Bankers, who died in a LiUle Rock hospital late yesterday. He hat been 111 for several months. Th n very Rev. CotesTOrth r Lewis will conduct the riles iv Trinity Episcopal Cathedral here and burial will be in a crypt »i Mount Holly Cemetery. Born in Lit tl* Rock Nov. 6 .1881. Worthen was the son of Mo'lle Peay and W. B. Worthen who founded the bank in 1877. He Joined the Bank after his graduation from Washington Lef University In 190-t. and w»s married in 1908 to Miss Edith Beldclman. He had worked for the bank until his recent illness. Surviving nrc one son. William Booker Worthen of Lllllc Rock, one dnuRhtcr. Mrs. Wrcnctta Wov- | then Williamson of New York and ' three grandchildren. Anna ,I;tr\-is. jibnvp, of Graflon, W V;i.. i* rtinsidercd (ho founder of Mollier'* Day. Afle.r lu-r mnther's de:iU; in I'biliulclpin;!. I'ji., in U)05, Mis?; .lavvii. siu:- Keslett a spi'anl ctuireh serviix 1 • foi mothers. In lie helit in Hie : church slu 1 hat! ;ittended sinro cliiUlliuml—- the Andrews Mctli-! odist ul Grafldn This was diim- ' i in Iil07 The rollnwinc yeiir the • fjrsi |njl>lic Moltier's Day serv- ' ii-c.s \ve]'e held there nml. . sinuillaneoush'. in Philadelphia i In IfJIO, Gov. William 'ciliiss- • etick ut Wrsl Virginia proelaimcil | nn ollieial Mother's Day and tin- j idiM spie;xl rapidly Ihronylnnjl j tile niiliim l-'inir yejirs Ijitei' it wiis pi-uchihiKvl ;i nnlionnl hdli- : ilji.v, with a ennj;i essional resufu- ' ti<m a[ipr[>\-e<l hy ( l > residenl NVil- ! still. The |ihnl<> aljoee slu»ws j Miss Jarvis as a ycninj* \voinnn i Nou- H:'.. jind fompleit'ly iilind.J she i> spending )ier (leelinirii: yeais' .West Chester, I'M . Dutch Execute Nazi Party Chief Queen Rejects Plea Of Anton Mwsscrt, Who Aided German*. AMSTKRDAM. May B. IUIM—An- ton Miisserl', leader or Hie Dutch Nn/.l party, WHS executed today lor collaborating with the a»>rm»n*. An official Kimoimcrment from The H«nue xatd Mussert WM put to death early this morning •f'.nr his tlnnl plea for mercy w«s rejected by Queen Wllhelmlna. Mu.ucrt WHS sentenced to o>»th tiy a Dutch tribunal last Dec. 13 for collnborntlon with the German*, Hla plon for clemency «as rrjectwi by the Supreme Court of Appe«U,:niid yesterday Queen Wllhelmlim refuted to Intervene. The Dutch NUT.I w«s cuptured by British troopt In Ulre.chl Just n year HKO, smok* nvi a high wind K. J. II. Jorftnwn, prwluent of (lu- lumber company, Mid the firs nUrted In one of »Jx dry kilns that were dettroyed. He MM nbout wo,- 000 toet of hirdwood, to h«ve been ujed in furniture, wu lo»t. Retd Courier News Wtnt AlU. A hunter nettr captured * Jack tusk» fcrotrudine from M* j*w. Th« tuslta w«r»'- two King. Don't bo surprised 11 the next ime you admire the drapes In n home J'ou 1 arc tol<l they arc made of glass fiber, says Practical Builder. Chicago. They me fire-proof, will not fade, and said to be soft a* .silk. Memphis Has $300,000 Fire in Lumber Concern MEMPHIS. Tenii.. May 8. (UP)— High grade hardwood, Mined at an estimated (300,000, w*s destroyed by tire here Hits mornlnn which threatened' to destroy the Jorgtn- sen-Bem»etL Lumber Mills mid yards. Alincvsl half of thp Memphis fire fighting equipment answered the three.-Rlarin [Ire. aldfd by .dense )ne soravine with BERLOU IMhnrdof orqtects, clothiri?. tirs, blankets, rtitrs. ftirni- ure for 5 vcars. or BERLOU avs for the damatre. BER,OU .irives . sure, low-cost, noth-tirotection . . oiilv 2-5 onts rmr vear for fur coal! Vot ailectori nv drv-cleaniner. HUBBARD iardware Co 213 Wntl Mnin Southerner Wins Pulitzer Award' Greenville, Miss., Editorial Writer Gets High Honor. NEW YORK. Mliy 8. (UP)— A Pennsylvania newspaper which spe.nl, 15 years investigating Judicial practices it] the U. S. District Court, and a small town newspaper editor in Mississippi " held Ihc nation's top awards for journalism today. The Pulitzer prize for "Tim most disinterested nnd' meritorious public service rendered by an American newspaper during the yenr" was awarded In the Scranton, Pa., Times for its 15-year investigation of judicial practices in the United States District court "for the middle district of Pennsylvania, resulting in removal of the district judprn and indictment of many _ others." The award, winch consists of a gold. medal valued at $500, was announced by the trustees of Columbia University. The editorial campaign of the Ecranton Times was instrumental in fprcing the .resignation of former Federal Judge' Albert' W. Johnf son of Lewisburg, pa., after prod 4 dinr; the Department of Jus.Uc< and the House Judiciary Committee into nn investigation of Ills 20- year tenure of office. 'Hoddinp Carter, editor and publisher of the Delta Democrat-Times. Greenville. Miss., was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished editorial writing for a Rroup of cdi- toriRlpVmbllrlicd i»i 19<1fi "on Die subject- of racial, religious and economic intolerance and exemplified by the editorial 'Fgo for Broke' published Ann 27. 1045." ; The expression "FRO for Broke." Is H<uvailan-.rapan<\se slanp for "Shoot the Works" which WHS the mollo of Japanese-American .soldiers in the Italian campaign. Carter, whose paper has a circulation of 6.802. xvon a Neimfin Fellowship in 1040 for his editorials on cotton and the Negro problem. Ixisl year, he was Riven a GugKcn- heim Fellowship and at. the pro- sent time he is wrllinq n book on the establishment of the West Florida Republic. 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Npw with war experience to draw on, and with new power-components available, you cap get » smooiti, rvrn-bufnirig gasoline that will give you even, economical performance no matter how hot the weather gets. Find out for yourself today. Just stop »t your nearest Orange-and-Black 66 sijjn iud ask for the new antiknock Phillips 66 Gasoline. PNIUIP5 RESEARCH ENGINEERS FOUND THE X& TO GREATER SASOUNE EFFICIENCY IN FUEL *PESWNEOFO WEATHER.* , PHILLIPS 66 GASOLINE DO YOU UAV£ A MEMORY LIKB AN If you don't have u long memory, you'd better I i li« now'oithc bincftf "iitlSi^»tthe ptrb youll need for next season'i harvest. O.rtaia pan* u« h hard to get but, if you give ui\your lilt now, well' have them ready for you before cutting start*. There's no point In risking delays ahd crop lo Get your equipment in smooth running condition early. ' McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE: ELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blytheville, Ark. McCORMICK-DEEftING MACHINES, PARTS AND'SERVICE That's service...Have a Coca-Cola ... the whole crowd goes for food dnd refreshment When the gang pulls up for curb service the first thought for refresh- ment is ice-cold Coca-Cola. Have a. Coke are words that start off a good time. Coke and companionship go together. Because there's nothing like refreshment to make friendly moments even friendlier. tOITliD UNbll AUTHORITY OP TKC COCA-COIA COMPANY »Y COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of BLYTHEVILLE I "Coca-Coin" and ils 3bbr»ri«:» ole" are UK r*fi»t«i«d lull Icuifa Kbich datugniih *t fMt 1 of n» C«c*«oU &•»•*.