The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1946 · Page 3
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WKDNIOSDAY, MAY 29, 194C fllATHlOVII.LE (AUK.) COUHIEU NEWS Army to Lease Or Sell 3 Plants Two Big Arkansas Projects Are Listed ; For Early Disposal (lie War Assets Administration today hung a "for sale or lease" sign on six army ordnance plants In five slates. The plants include installations at Jacksonville and Hope, Ark., and Prairie, Miss. The War Assets Administration said most of the acreage involved Was classified an Industrial property • but tliat some might | )e found suitable [or such purposes as grazing, housing or institutional uses. In such cases, it said, "sufficient space will be allolcd for expansion by the prospective purchaser." The Jacksonville. Ark., plant was operated during th 0 war by I-Vnd. Bacon <fc Davis. The agency said H is suitable for conversion to aluminum fabrication. Little Hock business men expect to lease this plant. The Southwestern Proving ground near Hope, Ark., consisting of mor e than 50,098 acres, was used for testing ammunition during the war. The Gulf Ordnance plant near Prairie, Miss., comprises G.G1G acres adaptable to multiple tenancy. It was operated by Proctor <fc Gamble <lnring tvi c w ar. Flood Control Bill Approved By Committee With Lewis a Buck Private, Who Wouldn't Wanta Be a Top Kick PAGE THftEB ;" BV FREDERICK C. OTHMAN I United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, May 30. (UP) — I hope John L. Lewis appreciates my efforts in trying to find out about his possible future as a buck private. Partly the neews Is good and partly it is bad. If the king of the coal miners Is drafted under President Truman's emergency labor legislation, the fur over his "peeper Is safe. Tile Army ins no anti-eyebrow regulations, but that gray mane of his may liave to g 0 . When a G I barber goes to work on a head of hair like John L/s, lie uses a lawnmower and turns his victim loose three minutes later looking like a peeled Bermuda onion. In my efforts to be helpful I t'iinncrcd these facts and others at the Pentagon. This was not easy. You'd be amazed how many officers of the U. S. Army refuse flatly to talk about the sartorial problems in khaki of gentlemen like Lewis. Having been rebuffed by brass all (he way up to lieutenant colonels when I mentioned the name, Lewis, I grabbed me a second loole In the Quartermaster corps and kept personalities out of it. had a prospective I told him I soldier who weighed about 245 pounds, with waist line of about 50 Inches and So I said just suppose the Army iceded fat men. Then what? "We don't need 'cm," he said, 'and we don't want 'cm. but if I've got to suppose this Bent wll'.i :he bay window Is going to lie a soldier, we can fix him up with n suit, We keep a supplementary supply of odd sizes in uniforms mid we con fit anybody up to 52 waist." The spokesman of the supply department added that a little' road work probably would reduce I he embomiiolnt iiie used anolher word) of my friend and make n better man of him. I said was he forgetting the feet? "No Indeed," (he lieutenant replied. "When a man Is tluil heavy he obviously Is going to have his feet flattened out and the Army Is prepared for anything. A .surgeon will prescribe shoes for him on nil orthopedic last and he will get a year's supply of shoes as a, starter." That's cheering news, because theres' nothing worse in Mu- infantry. I understand, than painful hoofs. The bad thing, should the Presidential draft iif labor .leaders conic to pass, ha s to do .with Lewis' liking for good Havana cigars. The average P. X. has Icn centers for sale, but seldom BOOS any higher. Even if John L. can compromise on ropes like these, h<. can't Osceola Society—Personal Ueut. llavold Smith, liaison officer with (he third battalion of Field Artillery, stationed In Cier- many the past two years, Is slX'iid- Ing -15 days wllh his parents, the Itev. and Mrs. E. T. Smith. Lieutenant- smith will return to Germany July 7, accompanied by Mrs. Smith ami son. They will nuike their home in Hesenlwg. Germany. The daughter born to Mr. niwl Mrs. I'elc Nntgrass May 17. at TiirroiUlne Clinic l»\s been named Kmlly Kay. • • • Miss Dotty ,;oe Crews, student nl Wurd-Iiclmont College. Nashville, has been Hr-etetl president of the Oslrcm Club for next, year. Miss Crews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Coieman Crews, was graduated from Keiser High School. • • • Mrs. Frank urn-Ing of Salllsaw. Okln., hns arrived lor :i visit with >rr sister. Sirs. K. a. Driver, and Mr. Driver. children, liilll L , and Sally, and Mrs. Jruucli, will remain In Osccola until llvlni; arrangements are completed. W. E. Johnson, who has been Burst or his daughter, Mis. W, W, Prewlit mid family for the past several months, has gone to llut- falo, N. Y,, to siwnd the Summer Edgar E. Johnson with his son, und family. Salibas Buy Grocery Shirley Smith n nd Ml.ss. Muble Smith, former owners of the City Meat Market, at stecle, Mo,, have sold their grocery business to Alex uul Charles Sallba', formerly of -"•panto, Ark. The new owners lave already taken over the bus!less. Condition of Clyde Iliicliminn Is satisfactory following an operation at Touro Infirmary, New Orleans. • • * Major Vernon I,, Day, stationed In Newark. N. J., has returned nl ter a brief visit in Osceola wlln Mrs. Day. • • • Mr, and Mrs. Wllllinn Perkins of Chicago, have returned to their hoai c alter a visit' with relatives. • • • Mrs. Charles H. Sullrngrr. who had been llic guest of Mr. and Mrs. c. E. SiiUengcr. has left for Haltlmore, Mil., where she will visit her parents before returning to her home in tliycllevlllc. —** i wi*\.i> jin.ij i in;.-, l , | |ri I'iltl L a chest measure somewhat less. I Ismoke 'em when he's drllllnn Nel- told him also that my man lilted ther can he lean back after " good cigar after each meal and ' ": WASHINGTON. May 29. (UPt — The House Flood Control Committee today had approved a bill that would authorize mofe thiin $936,000.000 for flood control work, in- Binding $150,000,000 for the Missouri fti-er basin and $125,000.000 for the Ohio river basin. Certain smaller amounts would qo to the Agriculture Department for flood control work authorized under that agency. The bill would authorize the following projects: Lower Mississippi river: I3ocuf and Trnsas rivers and Bayou Macon, S5.013.000; Bayou LnFourche. La.. $5.913,000; Boeuf anil Tensas rivers north of Louisiana slnle line, $4,930,000; improvement of Bis Sunflower. Little Sunflower, Hushpu- clicna anrt Quiver river and tributaries, 53,752,000; upstream and downstream improvement, S2.500,- 000; Yazoo river headwater, S'',500,000; extension of Yazoo river headwater from McKinney Bayou, S300.- 000; Bayou des Galises, La., (no estimate); North 1 Little Rock and Gillette. Ark. (no estimate); White river. Ark., $2,847.500: Tiptonvillc- Obion levee extension, 55,000.000; St. John's Bayou, Mo., $1,300,000; harbor improvement, Memphis, Tenn., $17,120.000; lower Mississippi river levee system modifications for protection Vicksburg, Miss., $4,000,000; lower Mississippi drainage, $500,000; Wolfe river anrt Nonconnah Creek f - " ii>rt protection, Memphis, Tenn., 1,500,000. Arkansas river basin: Continue ork on comprehensive plan for - iirkansas river basin, $40,000,000; Oklahoma City. Okln., flood pro- probably had flat feet from carrying all that heft around. The lieutenant said he didn't think the Army could use him. Here the thing got a little ticklish. I couldn't tell him that maybe President Truman might insist the Army welcome my portly recruit, because he would have clammed up. luncheon and light up. The Army won't allow smoking in its messes; this is because soldiers are supposed to cat in a hurry so Ihc next fellow In line can gel a seat, There, you are, Lewis, u yon should want more information, I can argue my way llnou;:li me pentagon it. again but. frankly, j dread Too Late To Classify Services 01 LOANS If vou Wiin a 'I'/; Gl Ix>an lo buy a home, sec MAX LOGAN, LYNCH ULD.G. Phono 2084 or 502. . 5-29-ck-G-lii ForRmrrt (lilion. i'lidjlc 774. Dei!. fORSAUt )inr<] rnal; Hlpciric rpf lie 2S20. 1H7 W. A«h. r: nutoinnti I-. C. Hiililh tytii-ivrilc •J:iO. .lulni Hollcinn Brownie Scout Troops Conclude Activities The Brownie Girl Spout Troop has 'concluded activities for the year with regular meetings t o be resumed next Pall. Giving n resume of the year's achievements. Mis.* Robert. R. Graves, leader, said the attendance ras unusually pood, with an average of 16 children attending meet- Ings. 'Members " of the troop assisted in th e "Friendship Bag" project, of sending articles to the children of Europe. They sent cii;ht bat!i. which included needles, pins, buttons, crayon and other items the children were not likely to hav to Holland. The entire Blylhevlllc Girl Scout organization sent 32 bags. They also hnd Christmas and Mother's Day projects, in which they made gifts for their mothers and participated in Girl iScoul " 'cek, presenting their own stunt TcilnliiisuJL nil clovrii Dill-is. Head Courier News Want Ads. tection, $2,037,000. Preliminary surveys and examinations of the following drainage areas were authorized: Eight-Mile Greek and Locust Creek, Ark.; St. Francis Bay Straight, Slough and Big" Bay ditch. Ark; St. Francis River, and Tributaries, ArK. ,ck Calf, 'or While Crashed Kid. \\'- to 9, Widths AAA lo B. $5.95 The Family Shoe Store 312 West Main Phon« 2342 Improvements Made In Main Street Store Applobanin's I.udlcs Tognory Is ulvrKolin: n SlM'iiiK linprnvciiiviit which lnciiulos redecorating nnil 'iiornl rc)>nlr,s. The ledges above tlic dlspluj cii-sf's lire bohni bulll ii|> to tlio ' OKI>I:K The dcfcuduiit. Ituclicl Gosnutl., is Hereby warned to npjK-nr In the Ohuncery Couii for the Clilcknsiuv- l)« nistilct; of Mississippi County, Aikiin.sus within Thirty (30) days from the (livlc hyrcor to imswer the coinplalnl of tlm philntlll, F. )•;. Ciossett, llled ugiilnst, her In suld Court. Witness my hiuui inul scul thin Hie 14 d«y of Mny, 1040. HARVEY MORRIS. Cleric W. Leon Smith, Ally. Circen. * • > ••'•• Dated this 21 day of May, 'HARY*V MORRlg ; By M«ry LW JarrmU, 7 5Tc.' H, G. Partlow, Atty. Or Vttt, ' ' ""•• ~ E. Bradlcty, Atty. ad.Ute^L *~ In celling 'nml tlin ened wllh entire sloic l>ilt,'!it- sluules of imlnl. from ovovsoiis. Mr. nnd Mrs. j. l>. Snillli have ivluviied from » [rlji l ( , lilnnliin- hum diHl sevcml other Southern clllcs. Miss Holly ciwallncy hn.s nrrlvc-c Mrs. Churlotto urine hns relnrn- from niikc Uiilvprslty, ])ut1iaiu. N.I I'd lo lior home In Ullle tiock nt- O-, lo spend the Snininer with hi>r ler vlsllliu: hi owcolii wllh her bru- inolhcr. Mrs. J. A. CiwalliiL'y, and Ihcr, Yoll. E. Whllinnru »n<l fain- family. O, 1. Waddpll Jr.. lias arrived L. \V. Walters, Hill Wallers and }r. D. V. Crouch have gone to I Mountain Home, Ark., lo make home following his discharge Iroin I" their home. Mrs. Waller Jr., and Hie Nnvy. He recently returned tly. Mi', niul Mrs. Whllinoro niul Mrs. U. w. lU'ldy nccoinpnnlvd her WAHMNG OUDIIIt (lie Ch^mci} 1 Cuurl, Chh-kit KiiwlM Klslrkl, Mississippi County Flossie Green Plaintiff vs, No. UtIOO Charles Green Defendant The defendant, Charles Clrcen, I. hereby warned lo nppnir witlili thirty days In tlie court named I: lh« ciijitlon hereof and answer the complaint of the plalnllir Floss NOTICE OF CLAIM ' : Dnllrd ;state» Ueputaimt. '•!.• the Interior, (j enera! Land Olflee, Wtuh- ntim K, Kl C. Notice Is hereby j?Wcn that Druln- n«e Ulsliict Np. 17, of BlytherUle, Arkansas, has filed application 071) lli, G. L. O. series, under (ectlon 4 of; the act of February 2«, ^IJM (•15 Hlat. 1410), to purchase the S'A N"j Sec. 1, -T. 15 N., R/9 E.J Slh I 1 . M., Arkansas. .,,_•. All persons claiming the land 'adversely will be allowed until June 19. lp-10; totllc In this Office'their objections to-lhc Issuance of a patent miller the aforesaid application. i ' .'THOS. 'C. 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