The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1944 · Page 6
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SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1944 BLYTHEV1LLE (AUK.) COUJIJ15R NEWS PAGE THIIER South Seeks Freight Rate Adjustments WASHINGTON, June 17. (UP)— Counsel for the Southern Governors' Conference has protested to the Interstate Commerce Commission that southern producers have to 'pay higher freight rates than producers in olher sections of the country. The ICC is conducting an investigation of freight rates with a view of ordering a uniform, structure for the entire country. As the system stands now, rates nrc generally higher for- southern and western shippers thai) for. eastern shippers. Attorneys for the Governors' Ccn- fcreiice, J. V. Noroimi of Louisville, nskcd that rates prevailing in (he East be extended as far as the Mississippi river. He nlso attacked what he termed the arbitrary placing of an imaginary liiic between the North and the South, Norman declared "our philosophy is that all sections of the country are entitled to equal opportunity under the law." The Governors' Conference represents Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and that part of Louisiana east of the Mississippi. Representing the Southeastern Association of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners, Walter U, McDonald of Atlanta, urged the ICC to change the freight rate situation He claims that as rates now stand, industrialists arc forced to get on their knees to the railroads, before planning their operations. McDonald went, on to tell the commission that the lalx>r movement in the South is supporting the campaign for lower freight rates And, over the protest of counsel foi New York slate, distributed coplc. of a CIO advertisement opposing freight differentials. There's A Revolt Brewing Army Lite In New Guinea Has Its Compensations Wading mud over his shoe tops getting- soaked daily and using thr river for bathing, shaving am washing clothes is the routine o Pvt. Holly M. Drown, son of J. A Brown of Cooler, Mo., he ha written his great aunt, Mrs. L. M Krulz, following arrival in Ne Guinea. But even though there arc man disagreeable things about Army lif in that country, there ore som compensations, he wrote. Soldier get a carton of cigarettes wccklj there is an open-air barber shi where haircuts may be obtained fo 16 cents in the Australian inonc and there are movies—even II yo do have lo sit In the ruin on a log "but still they are movies," EDSON IN WASHINGTON BY 1'KTKIt KDSON What you might cull Ihe old die- ard southern Colonels In the Demo- •atlc party arc making another last and in an effort, lo defeat "llmt nmn Yankee dictator," Franklin |. Roosevelt. Manifestations 01 ilils revolutloii- ry activity by the colonels can IK ecu in n number of related uprlsigs: 1. Forcing Into the Texns Su- reme Court a demnml that the nines al pro-Itouscvell electors be laced on lhc ballot for the Texas rlmary in July, nfler the rtmnivny late convention in May, dominated y the colonels, nominated nn <m!l- .oosevclt slnlc of electors, 2. The previous limning of imln- ructcd—that Is, tintl-Roosevcll^- elcgatlons of electors by Alnbnm.i. rkansas. Ixmlstnna, Mississippi i.iul outh Carolina. (T)ie Virginia nml "icorgia conventions are yet to l>c eld; Florida spill, !i majority lo loose veil.) 3. The Sbrcvcporl, La,, meeting of nil-New Deal political elements ailed by E. B. Gd'iiijiny of Texas ml ex-Gov. Martin S. Conner of ,I!sslssippl, Kecking lo consolldnlc outhcrn opposition to Roosevelt. 4. The open effort to dllch Henry Valtacc as vice president. 5. The movement, backed by John ). Harr of New Orleans, to Induce Virginia Sen. Harry F. Byrd to become u candidate for the Democratic nomination ng.iinsl Roosc •clt. jr rors "AAIKKICA FJHST" Leachville And Manila Councils Renew Contracts The city councils of Lcaclivlllc and Manila have renewed their street lighting contracts with the effort at a Fascist putsch—wlilcli Arkansas-Missouri Power Company New Dealers have tiled to make It, | n a i wo -ycnr renewable contract The degree to which activities of wn i ch wm sflvc MRn \\ a u, c SU m of the colonels represents sentiments j 319 per vcar nct nn j LeacliviUc of their constituents is open to w m saV c a tola) of $240 with the question. Evidence that this rcac- ncw j,] nn tlonary sentiment Is not repress,!-1 T ), c ncw contracts submitted to tii'.ivc of the voters Is perhaps >X)st ltnc cou , lc n | n c f[ cc i. g | VC s both the the United Stales, activities of these iouthern colonels mlnhl mean nn shown by the rcnomlnatlon In state nlrnarles of arch-New Deal Sona- ;or.s Claude Pepper of I'loilda and Lister Hill of Alabama. Furthermore, the southern slates Just don't have the votes In convention to swing the nomination und make good tills revolt of Ihc colonels. For nil 10 southern stales there towns 41 worth of street lighting per month free for each unit of 12 customers In Hie city llmlU, which .saves Manila a total of $432 per year, and Lcaclivlllc, $342 per year. Hut In turn each council repealed the special tax levied on the power company amounting' to $75 per year for center suspension lights, are only 224 votes out "f the total j reducing the net savings of each of 1116. Even under the two-thirds rule, Ihc colonels would nct'.l !M3 voles to stop the Roosevelt, slcani roller. When the convention voles lire counted. Ilic colonels will p,i,b:il;'iv find that their revolution nns tiikeu « licking. I3nl they nmy hive a lot. of fun stirring things up in the meantime. town. The Lcaclivlllc city council also voted to Increase the sine of lights in tlic business district from 1000 lumens to 2500 lumens each. Lights In oilier parts of town will he In- creascd'liQ.7 per cent, WARNING OUDKIt In the Chancery Court, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Maggie Eastburn, ct al, Plaintiff, vs. No. 8GG2 Pearl Madson, Defendant. The defendant, Pearl Madsou, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Maggie Eastburn, ct al. ' Dated Ihls 26 day of May. 1014. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk H. U. Partlow, Alty. for Pitt. L. E. Colcnian, Ally, ad Litem. C. North Carolina Sen. Robert 11, Reynolds' formation of n bipartisan organization (o support an "Amerl- ! ca First"—Hint Is, an. Isolationist mid therefore nntl-Roosovclt—for- eign policy. 7. Southern Democrats' opposition lo the C. I, O. Political Action Committee which, In clfcct If not openly, Is doing n liunl office business In lining up support (or Roosevelt and Hie fourth term. Nearly everything the C. I. O. slamls for Is opposed by the colonels. 8. Southern op]>oslliou to a fed- LMal soldier vole ballot on the grounds that It was n violation of the sacred southern principle of states' rights—the sumo urgument nsc<l In opposition to repeal of poll tax legislation by federal uctlon. 9. Alabama Sen. John il. linnk- licad's fight to force up the price ol cotton, cotton goods, nml cotton clothing, by limiting the price-fixing powers of OPA. Three preliminary revolutionary skirmishes have been lost: North Carolina Sen. Josiah \V. Bixllcy; effort to exempt fire Insurance from anti-trust law regulation and Tennessee Sen. Kenneth Mciccllnr's effort to hamstring TVA, Kentucky Sen. Albcn W. IJarklcy's revolt ovet the tax bill. Bnt add up all this cllort and what have you? Tlir.Y'U, UKKI.Y LOSE- BUT ST1U tit' 1'I.KNTY If this were Argentina Instead of Fort Smith Man Kills Two Japs For Silver Star FORT SMITH, Juno 17 (UP) — I'vt,, Johnson H, Cramlall of Fort Smith won hi s Silver Star the haul way, by standing up In front of the Japs and killing two of them. Cramlall failed lo lell his paints any details other than he was o receive the Silver Star. II was i[> to the Army citation lo give Iclalls. The citation said, In part, that 'his deliberate disregard of his personal safety led directly to the slices* of his platoon and prevented urther casualties among his comrades." "On the pin toon leader's instructions, the members of Hie platoon ;)i'0lecicd themselves from the fire by assuming prone positions. Private Crnndall was unable to deliver effective small arms fire from his position, and arose to a slnndlug position, and killed two Japanese and broke their resistance, enabling his platoon to advnncc." South Africa has the highest birth rate of the ni-ltlsh Empire, averaging 25,0 per thousand population. Liixora Society—Personal MINC'IIKON, J'KOttliAM MKKTINCi OF MISSIONARY SOCIETY Mrs. C. Evcicltc Patton, Mrs. Elmer Hall, Mrs. Aubrey Chiles, and Mrs. Clarence Lucas were hostesses Tuesday lo the members of the Society of Christian Service, and guests, the members of the Weslcyan Guild, and Mrs. E. O. Kact/el, secretary Jonesboro district of Women's Societies of Christian Service, of Wilson, at a most attractively planned M e x I c a n luncheon In keeping with the program theme, "Royal Work in Mexico". The members and guests received unique hand painted invitations done In a Mexican motif. 1'iirther empliasiiig the motif, lhc luncheon table was s;ay with colored bowls of vivid shades of sweet peas, the place cards, Mexican sombreros, hand made and decorated In shades of yellow, orange, red mill brown with touches of bits of blue, carried Hie menu in Spanish. and visitors. Mrs. 10. li. Ho/jan pro- skied over the program announcement: Mrs. T. Lcm Stanford discussed "Ihc Deaconess' Work in Mexico"; "A Soldier Meets a Missionary in Mexico" was related by Mrs. Lan Williams; Mrs. W. E. Head and Mrs. Sam Coales gave resumes of two chapters on the Mission study on "Mexico." Twenty-four were present for this meeting. • * » OUT-OI'-TOWN OUK8T J1ONOKK1) AT lUNCi; MLss Anne Claire Wilklns assisted by Mrs. Louise Hays, entertained with a dance at the Scout Hut Saturday niglil In honor of lici 1 house giicsl, Miss Sara Poscy, of liismark, Mo. Out of town uuest-s were Corp. Evcrly siinonson Jr., of Camp Shelby, Miss,; Rush Simon- fon, Arkadelphia, Ark., and Clem Whistle, of Dell. Mixs Poscy also was a guest of Miss Sara Langston while in Lux- Ill! II1GI) CLUH LUNCIIKON Mrs. S. J. Smith entertained at a one o'clock bridge luncheon Tluu.sday for Hie members of her bridge club and Biicsls Miss Frances Reid Bowen, and Mrs. E. L. Mrs. Sam liowen placed, high AT'l'liNl) DISTRICT IMJ'J'AHY MKKT S. J. Smith, president-elect of Luxora liolary club, with Hays Sullivan, Byron o. Wilklns, and Grant Collar, Luxora liotarlans, attended on Wednesday nt (he Marlon Hotel, Little Dock, the Assembly meeting of Ihc 138th. District of Rotary Jn- U'l'iuitlomil presided over by Oscar I. Moore, District Governor. Miss Edith McDaniel, Miss Ann Claire- Wilklns, Miss Billy Langston, Miss Sara Langston, Mrs.. Louise Hays, and Hobby McDaniel, of Blythcvillc were guests of Miss Christine Calverl Thursday for a day of fishing and swimming at her home at Marked Tree. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, residents of Luxora for many years, are leaving for Santiago, Calif., to make their home. Mis. Guy Henderson, son, Guy Jr., and daughter, Miss Marlha Henderson arrived Thmsday for a visit with Mrs. Henderson's sister, Mrs. Charlie Evans. Miss Henderson will he Ihe house mie.st of Miss Ann Claire Wilklns for several days before she returns home. Corp. Evei'ly Slinonson, recently returned from two years spent In Aliisku, now of Camp Shelby, Miss., the week end of Ihclr aimls, Mrs. Henry w. Spatm, and Miss Florence Rush. Cole Ward of Memphis was the Kucst of Mr. and Mrs. . J. Smith Thursday. Corsages of varied colored sweet, j score and Mrs. II. M. Irwin, con-; and his brother. Hush Simonsoii, peas marked the places of officers' solation, both receiving crystal! of Arkadclphia, were guests over Gosneil News The ll members of the Women's Missionary Society, Gosneil Baptist Church, who met Tuesday at Hie home of Mrs. George Williams, heard n program. . Mrs, Ira Jones gave the devotional, prayer was offered by Mrs. T. J. Richardson, Mrs. Ophelia Sparks read "A Mother's Prayer," Mrs. Charles Moody read n poem, "Live Thyself Last," Mrs. Richardson told a story, Mrs. Edna Kanies spoke on "If Lips. Were Kinder" Mrs. Jones said the closing and prayer. Mrs. Doyle Byrd was elected mission study chairman. Mrs, Manjyc Moody will entertain the group Tuesday, Fagcr for Stars WITH U. S. FORCES ON BOUGAINVILLE (UP)— S-Sgt. Henry A. Violctt, Leads, S. D., librarian for a front-line rifle company, said today the books most In demand In this unit arc "Lee's Lieutenants" and Clauscwili's "Principles of War." . | . ...n Another Chapter A Saga of State Engineers Resume Inspection of Hydrants LITTLE ROCK, Julie 17 (UP) — Engineers of the Stale Utilities Commission have resumed their inspection of (Ire hydrants in the various cities of the state. The Inspection wns begun last summer, but was postponed because of the extended drouth. Reports of the inspections will be senl lo Die Arkansas Fire Prevention Bureau and to city officials. Hydrants will be painted In vnrooiis colors, each designating Ihe capacity flow available nl ,11ml point. Political Announcements Tfce Courier News HR* bt«n »u- thorizcd to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Democratic primary In August: STATE HEPRESENTATIVS ALENE WORD (for re-election, Post No. 2) W. J. WtJNDERLICH (for re-election, Post No. 1) J. LEE BEARDEN (for re-election, Post No. 3) LU01EN E. COLEMAN E. O. "GENE" FLEEMAN (Post No. 4) PROSECUTING ATTORNEY IVIE C. SPENCER MARCUS FIETZ (For Re-election) SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR HALE JACKSON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY TREASURER R. B. (SKEET) STOUT MISS DELLA FORTLE l COUNTY JUDGE ROLAND OREEN (for re-election) CIRCUIT COURT CLEBK HARVEY MOREI3 (For re-election) COUNTY CLERK T. W. POTTER (for re-election) Commercial Classes In Shorthand-Bookkeeping-Typing MRS. L. M. BURN ETT 1010 Ilcarn Degree From Accredited Phone 3270 // You Wish to Sell Your GOVT. LOAN COTTON See LOY WELCH Over Palace Cafe Ulytlicvlllc, Ark. Tncpnone 2171 WELDING! •k Acetylene Welding * Electric Welding : ! "' * Cold Welding Best Equipment—Best Machinists—Best Work Delta Implements, Inc. U r« wmnl (• OBJ mtri W»> Bonii SELL US THE FURNITUK} .YOO ARE NOT DSKQ for taih! AIM liberal tr»*e-In ^lUwnnN (01 M4 funltoreiin new. AMn Hardy Furn, Co. HI K. Main Fhcm« CM) WE FILL ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE TOD MONEY STEWART'S Draf St«r e L«k. BOWL for fan and health! BILL'S and GEORGE'S BOWLING ALLEY 120 N. Second OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT Bales and Service HARRISON AUTO PABXS CO. 117 W. Alb Phone «5Z Guaranteed REPAIR SERVICE On All Makes of TRACTORS, TRUCKS, FARM EQUIPMENT, MOTORS and CARS. Our shops are equipped with the most modern machinery. Five experienced mechanics and machinists guarantee FAST, RELIABLE SERVICE Electric and arc welding—portable and stationary units. WE CARRY COMPLETE LINES OF PARTS LEE WILSON & (0. ARMOREL, AUK. CALL 2088 You who have waited for so many months for this decisive invasion wish only for one thing—the power to strike one blow at the side of those who are fighting for us, the ability to bring victory one fraction of an instant nearer. You con. And those who rode with the Allied Invasion Fleet will know you by what you think and what you do now! They are prepared and determined to endure the most savage opposition that evil genius can conceive and desperation put to use. You can be prepared to remain calm in the face of the inevitable wild rumors of victory, to remain sure and steadfast in the teeth of set-backs and losses. BUY YOUR NVASI More—there is one tangible way to show that you, safe at home because they are braving death in Europe, have your hearts as well as your hopes in this invasion. It is to rv back the attack with War Bonds as you have never done before! It is to back it in dark hours as in bright, back it with every single dollar that you can possibly wrest from necessity! This Fifth War Loan drive gives you an opportunity you have never had before — to show those who are fighting how fully the nation and you as an individual stand with them. It's your turn now! TODAY This space is a contribution to America's all-out war effort by Arkansas Grocer Co. L. K. Ashcraft Co. Joe Atkins Machine Shop L. H. Autry, Burdette A. S. Barboro & Co, Barksdale Mfg. Co. Blytheville Water Co. The Crafton Co. n Delta Implement*, he. Loy Etch Chevrolet Co. Gay & Billings, Inc. Guard's Jewelry & Optical Store Halter's Quality Shoe Shop Happy Hour Grocery & Mkt. Hardaway Appliance Co. Herrick's Jewelry Hubbard Furniture Co. Kubbard Harfttftri. C«. Huddieston & C«. Tom W. Jackion Jiedel's '"/ ' Langston-Wroten Co. Charles S. Lemons Planters Hardware Co., Inc. The New York Store Pat O'Bryant Palace Cafe J. C. Penney Co. Phillips Motor Co. Robinson Drug Co. I. Rosenthal, Inc. Rock Saliba Rustic Inn A. G. Shibley Wholesale Groceri C. G. Smith Floyd A. White Zellner'i Slipper Shop ' \ ftlNMITTIl - WAI tAVlHBt tTAfF - VtCTtKT MMi tlMMITT

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