The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1944 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 13, 1944
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[iLYTHEVILLB COUlUlOR NEWS Clears Brokers : Evidence Insufficient For Indictment Of Litrie Rock Men _ LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 13. (UP) — A'.special'Federal Grand Jury has cleared two Little Rock bond brokers, Justin Matthews Sr., nnc! \V. B. Sanders, of federal charges Involving the use of the malls and laws governing, the sale, buying and funding of bonds In connection with Improvement districts. The grand jury, charged by Federal Judge Thomas Trimble at 9:30 Monday morning, reported at C:45 Monday night (lint sifter hearing 23 witnesses they had found Insufficient evidence to "oring nn indictment. Although Federal Court official,* made no comment as to the mailer before the grand jury, a lawyer for Matthews revealed .Hint the inquiry involved transitions in P<irk Hill mid Sylvan Hills Improvement, districts. He said Matthews furnished the Securities and Exchange Com- piission ti, full and complete statement: of -every transaction In connection with every step relating tc the refinancing of the Park - IIli; and Sylvan Hills districts provlonr to the Inquiry. Temperatures High Atlanta .32 Aiigusta ,. 45' Birmingham '.. 34 Charleston " 45 Charlotte 4-1 Chattanooga 35 Chicago . 27 Cincinnati . 34 Denver 48' Detroit . .; : 29 Jacksonville 50, Tallahassee 48' Kansas City . : 30 Macon 40 Memphis 35 Miami . GO • Montgomery — New Orleans 4G New York . 46 Sail Antonio. 00 Savannah ; 45 Tampa .•-...• . .... 55 ; Washington Dallas .. .. Houston.... Jackson . . 'Little Rock Shreveport 38 53 54 43 39 48 Low 2F 27 25 25 21 29 14 . 20 2? 24 30 23 25 25 23 41 23 32 33 27 40 31 ' 30 33 28 31 33 Hollywood's manpower shortage was a'break for'actress Virginia Kngels. She's left, above, as her blond, blue-eyed, dimple-cl1cc!tcrt self, ami at right as she appears playing the part of'the. loiiK-hajretl,- bewhiskercd old gent who bounces down a flight of 'stairs during ''a; hot .battle scene in the new v/cstern '.•''•• . • ' "San'Antonio." Memphis USO To Stage Formal Christmas Dance .,.The Memphis United Service Organizations hsvc invlletl nil BAAF -servicemen and women to n formal Christmas dance, to be held at the Municipal Auditorium Saturday night, Dec: 10. -.Music for the alfair will-be furnished by Clyde McCoy and lils orchestra from the Afilllngton Naval Base. Labor Department's Budget Is Reduced LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 13 (UP>'. — flic Arkansas . I'rc-sessfon ' Itoise- Senote Budget Committee has rc- .tiiced the Labor Department's lff'45- •10 budget. from $32,DOO'to '$21,000. And, at the same time, the f.oin- iiiiUec lushed out at the present, slate administration for iLf practice of trahsfeiTinR funds to pay salaries of Jobs abolished by the general assembly. The ne-.v Labor Department .budget, propose^ by Senator Bryan GoouVsoh of sevler Connly. cut out the post of deputy .labor commissioner, two safely engineers and one'statistician: Durlrig the budget discussion, It as brought out that oile man, whose job has been abolished by the 1943 general 'assembly, had been carried on the state payroll since that, lime. And he had been paid Ills $3600 a ycnr, salary from funds transferred to the Labor Department from the governor's emergency fund, The committee has also askcilahe comptroller's office to trace <lown a M800 item that was found on the Labor Department's books and had been'spent /or extra help rit the request of the governor's office. ', Nonco/ns Plan Bingo _•• Members of the Non-Commis. sioned. Officers' Club al the BAAF .will enlcrtnln their guests lit n Bingo-party'nt the clubrooms to• mght. Master Sergt, Vic Tornello, . .president of the organization announced. Piny will begin at 8 nnrt • -will end at 10 o'clock. Prizes will be awarded. Cther NCO entertainment plnns . include a Saturday night dance . with music to be furnished b v a seven-piece orchestra composed" of musicians from the 651st. A A? : Bund, and a Christmas 'Ford Will-Keep . Pledge To Aid Salvation Army 'For the IGlli consecutive year. IS. H. Ford will nsslsl In Salvation Ar- "m'y work nt UUlc Rock this Christinas; ,11 was that ninny years ago lhat Mr. Ford was nlrtcd by (lie Salvation Army during nn unfortunate time of his life niul bemuse of kindness shown he made a vov: to always helj> Hint organization each Yuletlde. Tills custom has been continued uninterrupted throughout the years, Hold Everything Poor Digestion? n 5 Headachy? an Spur or Upset? a a Tired-Listless? an Do you feet headachy nnd upset thin to poorly dlec'sted food? To fuel cliccrtul an'J happy njjnln your food rnuat be Knch (Iny, N alurc must produce about two pints of n vital dlccittvc juico to help dfccst your food. If Nature fails, your food may rcmnln mult'certed— leaving you headachy and irritable. rliercforc, you must Inrrrase tlio How of this digestive juice. Carlcr'u Uttlc l.Wcr Pills increase this flow quickly — oflDu in 03 Hale 113 30 minutes. And you re on the road to Icclinu better. .Don't depend on nrtilMnl nida to counloracl millKrallou—when Carter'i | Little Liver 1'ilts nM digestion after Natures own order. Tako Carter's Little I.ivcr Tills as directed. Get them nt nny drugstore. Only 101 nnd 251. "He says he's a bigamist and he wants two furloughs'," Hand-Powered Jap Flashlight Saipan Souvenir A Japanese army flashlight powered by o, hand-operated generator that omits a, weird, siren-like sound, a worn billfold filled with captured coins and currency, a tattered and bloodstained Jap war flag and n Ni]> war bond all now arc In. the possession of L. U. Johnese of Steele Mo. These Interesting souvenirs were i<?nt to him recently by his son, Pic. Lucas B. Johnese Jr., who Is stationed on Snip,™ Island. A member of the famous Becond Marine Corps, Private Joiuiese is n veteran of two niajpr Invasions nnd recently wrote his parents Hint ht> had been in the front, lines about 80 days, and had slept In foxhole;, so long he didn't know whether he'd he able to sleep In a bed or not. Private Johnese, who left the States last' Dec. 20, has one sister, f'fc. Prances Monnslorlo at Station Hospital, Camp Upton, N. Y., nnc another sister, Mrs. Lois Eskridgc who also formerly was In servla nntl who plans to .recntcr the Mi WAO in .Innunry after obtaining nn emergency discharge late In the Summer. 11 of which Mr. Ford lias lived Ir Tilythcvillc and.made tiie trip bacl to Little Rock for that purpose. "Sometimesl it has not been ver convenient to make the trip but 1 always have been glad 1 cll(i," lit sntd today as he prepared' to i;t tomorrow to Ijlttle Hock. He will return the day aflci Christmas. Millions Switching To Mutton Suet And Medication "Old Bcliablu" For Relieving Chest Muscto Tightness-Coughing, Rheumatic Pain, Simple Bruises and Many Olher Home Uses.. Grandma !ikcd to "rub" miseries of chest -colds and- other, simple pain. She medicated her rub but insisted it contain mutton suet.: She liked llic way mutton suet disfl))- poiired as it hcljied carry medication 16 nerve ends in skin to relieve pain. Today science has modernized Grandma's old-time pain relief principle (o bring you Pcnctro, the salve that contains mutton suet plus 5 active; ingredients.. Mothers now tlmnk Grandma for her old itien Hint created (his newer relief, In this colds' season, Penctro is especially helpful in easing chest muscle tightness, clicst rmvAcss, loosening phlegm, relieving coughs. That's because Penctro melts 'instantly, quickly vanishes to act S ways (1) To relieve pain at nerve ends in skin. (2) To ease chest muscle .tightness by counter-irritation (3) To soothe irritated breath passages dirnugh inhaled aromatic vapors. Penelro is so helpful, too in ensinsfrlicumat.icaiiilneuralgicpain taking sliiiR- from chapped lins and nostrils, nnd ns a Footliing'dressing for bruises, minor cuts. Todav K et clean, white, easy-to-use PerWro \VKDNKSDAY, DKCKMHKK IS, 1011 Claud Stillman Dies At Demopolis, Ala. KKNNKTJ', Mo., Dec. 13.—Services for Claud Stillman, B4, planter and gin operator here, who died Sunday at Demopolls, Ala., were held Tuesday. Mr. Stillman, a native of Mississippi, who lived In Mississippi County, Ark., from 1918 in ion. had made his home In Kcnnett since a gin and 0!«rnt«d a store. Five years ago last June he purchased large tract of land near Demo- polls, Ala., where he has operated n cattle ranch since that. time. Soo Starts 'Sweet Sue' 11-29 SUPERFORTRESS BASE, Western ghlna SU.PJ—The fact that/ nil desserts here are called "sweets'' plus the fact that the - VM.V nt iwnuctu most- popular Chinese waiter In the 1033 when lie moved 10 vais i officers' mess Is named Soo, causes section upon acquiring a large n .'mall uproar nearly every day ncrcagc near Peach Orchard, in Usually everyone Is chanting I'emlscol. County where he built ' "Sweet Sue.' 1 Siint.i C'Uus lllushfs SHREVEPORT. La. (UP)-South ' the Mttson-Dlxon line they're turning Santa Glaus into a Southerner. Instead of the traditional reindeer and sleisli. Santa clans in n Shreveport shop window Is riding astride a desert mule. llend Courier Mows Want Adi. TE ST M'oltuitt Jcllijthis Wait i qu4lity, n*j Lin."* it flt!!,'. wrnpw* rinii ml'j,o 1 DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" | ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON I'OKTABLE TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET (Every Transaction Must lie Satisfactory) PHONE 3382 DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Rectal Diseases a Specialty f£XCfPr CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 5M JMjiJn iilyihcvlllc, Ark. Phone 2921 iffili Sjj Have a "Coke"= Merry Christmas ____ . . , adding refreshment to holiday cheer The spirit of good will rules the Christmas season. It's a time to get together w«h fhcDds and family ... a time when all we mean by home in its graciousness and fneadliness is at its peak. In such an atmosphere Coca-Cola belongs .ce-coM and sparkling with life. There's a whole st ory of hospitality in L three words H. t , , '<C^",-thre e words ,hat express a fcieadly S p irit the whole year round. Yes, Coca-Cola arul ,hc p, mt iha , re j reshes are everyday symbols of a way of Uving that takes friendliness for granted. Of COGA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of BLYTHEVILLE It's natural for popular n.i to acquire friendly abbreviations. That's why you hear Cocn-Col.i calM "Cote". LA BO at the Naval Ordnance Plant CAMDEN, ARKANSAS by Winston, Haglin, Missouri Valley & Sollift PRIME CONTRACTORS GOOD PAY TIME AND HALF FOR OVERTIME FREE TRANSPORTATION TO JOB GOOD BOARD AND LODGING AT $1.20 PER DAY The Need Is Urgent.. Do Your Part NOW! By Answering Our Leaders' Appeal for Workers . . . And When the War Is Over You Can Say... ;%!§?? FRANKtlN l>. ROOSEVELT Presirlent, United States of America DENT ON 0. RUSHING Stale Manpower Director For Arkansas "The war Is not over — no, not by many a costly battle. While \ve have every reason to be proud of what has been done — even optimistic about the ultimate outcome — we have no reason to be complacent nbout the tough road which still lies ahead. • • • • In the name of our wounded and sk!t; in the name of our dead and in the name of future generations of Americans. I asfc you to plow out this furrow to a successful and victorious end." "Arkansas always filled wartime (ir.otns assigned to It. It's war plants have been constructed and operated largely by Arkansas workers. People of Arkansas have sent their sons and daughters to foreign battlefields nnd I know they will do everything In their power to return them as quickly nnd as safely as possible. To do this, we must provide them with all ihe weapons of war they ask. Arkansas will do Its share." Excellent Working Conditions . . . Food and Lodging Available on the Job For Worker* At $1.20 Per Day. Hiring On The Spot and Free Transportation Furnished At Every UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICE IN ARKANSAS If you are now engaged in an essential activity at your highest skill, do not apply. Men under 21 and women under 18 must have wage release form signed by parents which can be obtained at Employment Office.

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