The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1946 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 11, 1946
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SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1S46 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Sheriffs of Nation Honor Arkansan Pulaski Official Heads National Association / LITTLE ROCK, May 11. (UP) — •i PUlaski County sheriff Gus Caple )of little Rock was unanimously fleeted president of the National Sheriff's Association ill the group's final session here yesterday. Other officers named included thre e vice presidents, Sheriff Allan G. Falby of El Paso, Texas; Sheriff Louis Knop of New Orleans; and Sheriff Ralph Elser of Youngstowu. Ohio. .Deputy Sheriff Robert E. Moore o! Detroit was re-elected the Association's treasurer, and Charles J. Hahn, Jr.. of Washington. D. C., was re-appointed secretary by the organization's board of governors Prior to the election of officers the sheriffs representing 14 states in the nation recommended thai each county and city school have fi regularly employed psychiatrist on its staff. Further, It suggested that all courts and prosecutors form a closer alliance with medical science in general. As a step in combatting juvenile delinquency, the sheriffs resolved to select and copywright the name of a national junior deputy sheriff organization. Sheriff Caple of Little Rock moved that tn c association's secretary lake the necessary action. Big Still Seized On Island 34; Three Men Held The- largest liquor still discovered in "many years" has been confiscated on island 34 in the Mississippi River and three South Mississippi County residents arrested \ on charges of operating the still. Test Shows Force of German V-2 Rocket Bomb •m: ', • ' , V \ JT3 X Civic Slackers Slammed; Neeif To Rise Against Regimentation JOHNSON CITY, Ti'im., M«y u. which IIKK thus fur served the civic (UP)— Oov. Mlllnrd CiiUlwell ofslm-kers of our imllon, nunr- Flwldn yesterday told yrnduiilcs ufunlee HBiilnsl future ca his ulniK muter that without fresh up tu bedtime and even fed "by re- T O Hazards for 111010 co ""- 01 -" Steeplechase Strautjers will 1« inHkliig blue- prlnls of what they assume lo biv mir needs, mid even feeding us by remote control what they think wo miBlil to have," he predicted in u baccnlnurenlc address at Curson- Ncwinnn College. Tlie cluin^e Is inevitable, Cix'.d- well said, unless American youlh assumes responsibility lo curb bureaucracy mid elect competent, Uou- cst oftlctals to replace "Incomiic- tenl. venal de NASHVIU.E, Tenn,, May 11. (UP) —Heaullful Percy Warner Park's attracted the ul- enllonof Iliu South'* amaleui 1 hard- wots loday as n field o[ 12 hoi' Force of energy behind a V-2 rocket is dramatically indicated in photo at left, above, showing crater left by rocket's exploding fuel tanks. Note comparative size of man at crater's rim. Photo nt right shows rocket in flight. Photos were taken during test firing preliminary to Hie May 10th demonstration of a fully-fueled V-2 at Army proving grounds, White Sands, N. M. 135 Veterans Get Diplomas Special Tests Show Few Fail to Qualify as High School Graduates LITTLE ROCK, May 11. (UP)-- Tractor Fuel Explodes; Woman Dies of Injuries MEMPHIS. TV-mi.. May 11. (UP* —Mrs. Jack Johnson, 20, Marianni-., Ark., died in a hospital here last t In the county jail at Osceola are I day. Certificates of equivalency of high school graduation have been issued to 135 Arkansas ex-scivlccmen: by the State Education Department, Commissioner Ralph Jones said to- Jtobcrt ChilderiS, 48. of Wilson; Raymond Bailey, 40, of Joiner, and Albert Love, 40, negro of Wilson, the latter- tow denied their guilt. They were given hearing yesterday i n Memphis before United States Commissioner Nicholson who set bond at $1000 each, which was not made at that time. The certificates, Jones said, are given after the veteran passes five tests, and they enable him to hold a job requiring a high school diploma. In most liis-.nnces they are acceptable for colic nlr. The' largest number of tests to date have been given in Pulaski ' County where 67 men were ex- night or burns suffered yesterday afternoon when a drum of tractor fuel exploded nt her home. Her son, John Wayne, two, was burned In the explosion, but was reporled in good condition by hospital officials. The duty of educated men and women toward their country Is Krcatcr than those whu have Ix' given less opportunity, the Florida chief executive declined, nud the debt must be discharged. "I have no patience with the uluof, cloistered attitude Lownri! politics that many educated persons assume. " he said. "Wluitevei is wrong In the |x>llt!cs of Ihls nation or any community is inoi (lie fault of the educated citizen* thiin of Hie Illiterate and Ignorant. . . "We have been gambling will Hie future of our nation and fhti fuel that good fortune is sMppcreci to look after drunks and fools FURNITURE Of course, we don't get all we could sell, but as we yet It our policy will be first come, Ilvst served. Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 East Main I'hcmc 2302 AH our Employees arc War Veterans. Dial 474 and We'll 1'ick up Your • DRY CLEANING • LAUNDRY NU-WA LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS 218-20 No. Second All were held for Federal Grand j amlned and 65 passed. Twenty-two I Jury investigation. . jliavc been issued in Jefferson coun- Federal agents said that the still ty, 13 in Union, seven in Sebastian, was the largest, they hat! seen in um three each in'Clark, Garland many years and that it apparently had been in operation for some t'ime. Island 34 Is so situated that part Of the island lies in Mississippi County and part is claimed by the state of Tennessee but the still was on land belonging to Arkansas. CooJ Supplies Dwindle In Arkansas factories FORT SMITH, Ark. May 10. (UP) —Manufacturing in the Fort Smith area will be hard hit if the coal strike continues for another month. One of the chief effects will be the hampering if not the .closing of the furniture-glass manufacturing plant. Business men reported today tha't V'Udustries, will; not ieel the.:,govern- Pincnt ferhbaTgo '6(1 { 'shipping'- in tlip }ne\l few.weeks but'if .the strike con- jtiruies. most.. plant;; M/til bci IprcecV fe itlose because of mounting stocks .of [merchandise without'outlet. . ;? l»43 Without, getting a -single,. .All and Independence. The tests were '.given ; on scheduled dates by school supervisors in each county, and the papers were graded by members of the State Education Department. The percentage of failures has been low. Jones said,' with only five listed in th e 140 tests given. The lowest grade have been made in the Tests dealing with language iiseage and with mathematics. . Highest grades have been mad'-' on reading interpretative tests in natural science. literature and social science, Jones said, indicating that the veteran, "has picked up enough information to enable him to get along." "However," the education commissioner added, "the. tests havi indicated trial ^sUiderits' rtre. bcne- fitted from at least' ojie 'or two years in high school --especially in the ;basic courses 'of English-, 'and mathematics.'-' >' 'Vr : \. ; ..j.. .. ; . ' A- majority' of. .the' veterans. -.takr ing thg >test$ finished, 'one ' of two years, of." high scri'oof befo're erile'r- ing. the service,- Jones said. Atwi most of "them"-wc'rc'"enhst6'd"meh except in the cas e of one former Army captain. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Studebaker Service WE BUY AND SELL GOOD USED CARS Lex Chamblin unt Chamblin Phone 2195 Railroad & Ash Sis. SINCLAIR Changes Agents! POULTRY VRESH DRESSED DAILY FRYERS CUT UP Buy the entire Fowl or Just the Piece* Yon Want Ask Ui (or Our FRKS1! Infertile Yard Garden-Fresh Produce Received Daily We Stock a Wide Variety of Pickles, Olives, Jams, Jellies Cuts and Spears ASPARAttUS All WHtl Sl'KAUS The Variety Grocery—Come and See Pickard's Gro. & Market Phone 2013 1044 Chickasawba Av«. The southern states have approximately 80 per cent of the total colored population of the United States. Radio Service James J. Johnston, picturesque fight promoter nnd manager, dropped dead of n Vicarl attack at his home as he prepared lo leave for his office. Jimmy, pnsl 79, died as ho wished, "still punching." Iron R. Van Patten Your Sales Representative for Blytheville and all of | Northeastern Arkansas The ARKANSAS Automobile Club Affiliated With JAmer. Auto Association A. A. A. Residence 418 So. Lake Residence. Phone 2409 BLYTHEViLtE, ARK. Refrigerator Service Fred Lawler Washer, Ironer and Gas Engine Service Philip Fni Vacuum Cleaners, Fans, Irons and Small Appliances Repaired. ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY, Inc. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Phone Z»71 2«-« W. Main ? ^': TOLER B. BUCHANAN, • .... ;-,-. q returned Blyfheville veteran, is now representing ; SINCLAIR; , , ,in Blythevillt qnd the sur, rounding territory and will Nofc * he handle New Phone A .. c . . . ^ All Sinclair Number D , Products 0/0 The Sinclair high standard of service will be strictly maintained under the new management and a phone call will bring a Quick response to your Needs. I am at Your Service! TOLER B. BUCHANAN Sine/air Agent FRISCO YARDS BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. A WORD To rue - v Your crop is too valuable and too badly needed to lose any part of it. So guard against breakdowns and delays by putting your binder and combine in tip-top working condition now. If new parts are needed, please give us your list now. Some parts arc still hard to get and we want to have everything ready for you before harvest time. McGORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY ., - BlyHwrilU, Ark. iti wUCORHiCK-DEERlHS MACHINES. PARTS m SERVICE - NOTICE! RESIDENTS OF ARKANSAS! BOYETT DDJ Spraying Co, IS NOW EQOlMb^TOitftVE YOU ! >•:'.-• K- i •' "•.•':• ':.:'^\i : > "•••• n •• ?' !. ; -" f ' '•nut (o »hr fi^ct It ,t« (Wire as hird for a yeler^n ' •<; 'or Wprld Witr il to no inln bniln^n Uu Is for I v any other' |>«rton, I am )u5t opening for bus!-* | " ntia and would appreciate your patronage. I have nccnrcd the beat In DDT lnt«ctic!d« powder and liquid. It li the same tjjx we used .'-. , j , . - ..,' ..In, the pnrnpeah'theatte'ot war and al:in beln( used In the raciflc theatre of operations by our armed forces to combat Insects. This type of DDT is now being used by the government on farms. I am equipped to spray or dust anything you wish to be dusted or sprayed, especially homes, business places, gardens, barns, chicken coops, shrubbery, ditches and outhouses. I am also proud to announce that I hare Teterans working for me, wha have just been discharged from the Army. Why Pay More Than Necessary to Get Your Property Cleaned of Pesty Insects? Call 3602 today and I will comt or tend a representative to see you and give yon an estimate on your property to be sprayed. Geo. (Buddy) Boyett, Owner Office Temporarily Located at 111 E. Vine St. . Phone 3602 wnlt«d tlve bugle for the fifth run- The Ing of the Iroiiuoi* Memorial >Ue- Heavy morn Ing rains astured icuvy track and tricky Jumpa ( |)lte the fact, the bermVKl* turf 1» n excellent condition. Next to oil, the growing and nrvcsiliiK of timber brings the stute of Tt'xu.s lls greateit Incofne A pcnon "e«v»drcp" of _ trough to pry into ,—wan called M», ^»v«droppai« idH Imw offeOH. ELECTRICAL CONTMCIM Let u« figure your total contract incfa'4 ing labor. , i ' Service and Repair on wiring and occe* ' •ories. ' ' ' Appliance Repair. t '• WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 110 So. Sec. WANTED TO BUY Used All is Chalmers Combines. They must be at ceiling price.. Call or Write A. A. Hardy % PAUL BYRUM IMPLEMENT GO. r . Phone Day 404; Night 628 122 E. Main St. . WALLPAPER WASHA15LK NOW 32* Regular 3to LIGHT-FAST NOW 20* ZSSe / WALLPAPER NOW 15* 1F.CROBINSON .M.! ¥ tTf^iR.i?Dj> ^/r *• ": LUMBER c<^ • msi limunim \H , > , If? EXPERT MECHANICS , '' Our 'doAiptete, service includes r ^^litotor Motor Overhaulint, Brakte j fa JuBtm«nt tnt! r»-i Electrical Repairing, Radiator Repftir*, tM' Change. ' ' ,' . x -i >'. -"' , Don't Wait! We will pay you the top cash price;for your car. Drive in today. Gel the cash. ' We Are Approved Btytherille Dealers DESOTO - PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry a eomptfte Block of Chrysler and Packard Part* SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SEYMORE—Owner Corner Franklin & Walnut ' Phone 886 or 3U4 WASH TUBBS An Old Trail BY LESLIE TURNfiB WHEN YOU HEPRO WGS TOMV tWFD NEAR THW FOR AWHILE... 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