The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 3, 1947
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SATURDAY, HAY 3, 10.17 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUIUKIl NEWS PAGE THREE Cotton Shippers Debate Policies Reciprocal Trade Pacr Held Essential To Market Expansion •MEMPHIS, T011II., May 3. (UP) ~ ' ll Jf,t^ncl annual convention of tlic AiAtrican Cotton Shippers As- was ixjiecied co pass a resolution today supporting the Stale Department's reripioual trade policy us essential to retention and expansion of foreiiin markets ior American cotton. The final session also was ex- pcc-ied to approve formation or a corporation to finance private shipments of cotlon to Germany and Japan. Tentative plans call for sending a delegation to Germany next week to open negotiations for •sale of cotton there bCRinnin}; Sci>l. 1 'I'lie delegation would visit Japan la'.cr. Members of the association already have subscribed more than $l.uro.OM for the corporation. Also on today's calendar \vas the namin;; of a new association president and the adoption of committee recommendations. These, include Plaii;< lor an a^ressive foreign ir.ide cxinnsion and development "I a world-wide fitslit as-ainst competition from synthetics. Portrait of Poise FBI Expert Witness Tells Of Mfiy-Garsson Invoices WASHINGTON, May 3. (UP) An FBI expert les:ine,l today i-i tile May-Garsson (rial that four I controversial invoices of the Cum| lierland Lumber Co. were, made out i typewriters of the Garsson muni- lions combine and not at the lumber f':Vi>pany's office in Whitosburg KenWky. Thetflinn W. Miller, imony was given by Frank internationally-rccig- I ni/tMl document examiner called as government witness in Ihe trial of former Congressman Andrew J. May and three members of Ihe Garsson combine on charges of bribery and conspiracy to defraud the [ government. Government prosecutors contend Ihe Gerssons paid May S53.000 fcr political favors and used the Cumberland Lumber Co.. which the Ken- tacky congressman organized, t'l I cloak the payments in lha :>uise of [ legitimate lumber transactions. | GOP Leader Dies HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. May 3. I (UP)—Funeral services will be held I here today for James R. Demby. 175. former postmasler and Garland I County Republican leader. He du-ci J at his home here yesterday. Dcmby was a native of Monl- oinery Cotmty. bill hatl lived in I Hot Springs for G5 years. G. W. Wilson Dies In Illmo, Mo.; Son Lives Here Mr. and Mrs. Homer C. Wilson and family of HlyilievllL 1 left this morning for lllino, Mo., following notliiniiion lust niiiht cif (lie death Ihcre of Mr. Wilson's father, O. W. Wilson, IM, formerly of J >n<>s»;>ro and a frequent visitor hen.' \vlun his duties as conductor on the Cot(011 Kelt railroad brought him lu lilytheville. Aci-ninpanylnn Mr. and Mrs. Wil- sou were his children, I'atsy 8110 •mil Johnny, her son. and jimmy U'Mtmiiller. Funeral iiTaui'.cmcnls are incomplete although burial is planned it; Memorial l'ai',< at Cape t'lirardcao, Mo. The elder Mr. Wilson died last nislit from a heart attack He had been a Cotton Hell conductor for 37 years until his rctircmem in November. 19H. due to a stroke of partial paralysis. Horn in Tennessee. Mr. Wilson moved lo .loiicsborn as a youlli and resided there until 1MO, when he. moved to Illuui. He was u incml>er of the Illmo Masonic LodKu for 'M \ years. Me is ;dso survived by his wife, Mrs. Bounic Wilsim of Illmo; another son, (lordon Wilson of l-'iint, Mich.: a sister, Mrs. H. M. Hvell- nn ke of Cape Cilnirdeiui: a h:ill- brolher, Chess Hooker of Carulhers- viPe. Mo.; and three other i;rand- childi en. Mr. limner Wilson is c-.'iisliuc- tion foreman for tin) H.mlliwcsUTn Hell Telephone Co. here. saint.' fi Ulnm,: lioom said ptciulse:i. , I'KOl'KKTY One 111 II Chevrolet Two-Door Bt(Inn. One isiyi p.: TOM Clievrotet Tnick. One IAII of Tin Ifoollo.j. One C'a.M' iKix-CiH) Comhhie. One Poison Muchlne. One Two-i'lcce Living lioom Suite. One End Table. One Cane Ikntnm Kockln,; Chair. One Cabinet Hnillo. One Wool uu,. One Nine-Piece Suite. One Oil Healer (now). One Fum-Hcce Doom Suite. Three Kxha Chairs. One IHiiane Idas) Cook Stove nml Water Heater. One Geneial Motors Kr-fi Iterator. One Washing Mnchtne. One Four Piece Hednioni Suite (Mattresses and Kpilnu.O. Two in m i!,.,i .steads with Mattresses ami SLJI-IHKS. One ,>f Drawers. One Dit-swr. Three Linoleum lines. (1. W. HAUIIAM Adinl'ih.lralnr. tleceaseil. l-'huil setllemenf. of Irene Gray. Kxmitrlx, Illert A|).". 2'J, JU-17. All persons Inlere.sted I,'. Ihe set- lli'mcnls of any of (he above eslat.'s are hereby warned lo Ille exceptions thereto, if any have they, cm or before Ihe sixtieth dtiy following Ihe HllliK "f thn respective accounts, failln forever counts. Witness my wlilch they will oo barred from excepting to-tho nc- luiMcl us C'f,k UIK| the seal i>f saltl Court this the 2nd day of May, 1947.. ELIZABETH B:\YTHB ' County & Proba',i Clerk (Seal) Lancy Revokes Charters Of 53 Arkansas Concerns rile eliarlers of 5:1 Arkun- lontlons which did not 'li'.o This striking camera-portrait of Secretary of Slntc George C. Marshall was made after his recent return from the conference ot Ditf Four foreign ministers in Moscow. Too Late to Classify Iowa Landlord Starts Tearing Down House to Evict Tenants WTTLB ROCK. Ark.. May 3 < UP)-- Th sas corpo slate franchise tax rojxiiis duriu the three years, have bee'i revoked by Gov. Hen Laney ITis proeliimation ortleied the delinquent linns ....... in addition to 10 out-of-statc companies — to di.i- solve or wiihdmw from the state unless reinstated. Remstatmenf requires payment; of delim^Lent taxes and penalties Olficials or the Arkansas Public Service Couimission, who conpjler the list of companies, snid mos! firms had ceased operation but had neglected to formallv disstilve. \KW I-:ST.\TI;H ox MIMS'IHATION WHICH AI>HAS 1IHKN Nolle is hereby given thai Hie Is a list of estate i of deceased ni'isons upon wlneli Idlers Icslnmcniiiiy 01- ( ,f adnnnlslial' were grimier! during the iiionlh of April. l«H7 with (be d.i'e ol Hit; granting of such Idlers and llv name and address of liu- execut'H or adimnixtralor: No. 1189. Kslali' of H. C;. CJI11, tie- ceased. Lcltcrs of Admmistialloi Issued to Illveis P. Gill, ol Dell, Arkansas on April B, ion. No. 1791. Kslalc of Raymond Lri Wright, deceased. Letters of Ad ministration issued lo HIUTV 'A'rlgti of Manila. Arkansas on April 11 1EM7. No. 1703. Estate of John H. Walk or, deceased, tailors tosliimenlars issued to Antonlii Carney Walker Hlythevllle, Arkansas on April 1047. No. 1791. Eslalc of Jamc.i Priest deceased. Letters of Administrate Issued to Oscar Alexander nf lilyllie vllle. Arkansas on April 15, 1QI7. Witness my hand us such Cler and Ihe seal of said Court this Hi 2nd day of May. 1<U7. (Seal) County it l'robai= Clerk . [5-rnom house and Imlh, with two lufs (in Vine St. One year olif, priced S.|7fifl.(H). l-1-rooni house on North 10th SI. Terms. S:!,2. r )0. [S-room house with city water in kite-lien. S2750.00. l.l-room house ;in<! liath tin Holly SI. CoviK-f lot §(i:«)U. |(i-ruoni house with hath (in West Ash. Possession with deed. Slf>(IO.f)0. |Nire KnK' ct 'y si ore in Stcelc, Sin. Inventory stock, rent building'. A jfuucl oppurtun- ity. iNii'C htisiness located on Miiin Street in Hlytheville. ('dine to office for information. [David Iceal Kstale & Inv. Co. Phone ;»;:!;{ Phones 2dSli & :(2(I5 I!. Ji).vncr, Salesman 3 ilk 7 I.E CLAIRE, la., May 3. (UP) — First they took the kitchen, then Ihe windows and the front door, and finally they came back a)H knocked tiic plaster off the livnig room walls. At this point Jim Munro, his wife, and their six children though l hey had a legitimate complaint so they went to the OPA and reported this landlord who | was trying to evict them by taking . tlieir house away—piece by piece- Tile Munros told about getting an April 15 eviction notice Irom Landlord Harold Olscn of Montpelier, la. They ignored it, on the advice of an attorney, and a few days later olscn let it be known .hat he would tear Hie house down unless they moved, pronto. Again on the advice of their at- •irncy. Ihe Munros hung on. Two days later Ihe wreckers appeared. They took the Summer kitchen and Ihe back stoop. A couple of days later they came lack and removed the front'r and the windows from the fronl room and the bedrooms. It was a day or lw r o after that (lie wreckers appeared with hatn- mer.s and prnccdccl to knock the piaster off the living room walls. •Enough was enough." Munro said. "We went to the OPA. Olscn '47 Cotton Carnival Will Feature Music Festival is just angry because w - c reported the rent we were paying ($35 per month I to the OPA. They told him to charge S25. That made him mad. Our attorney said we were right." One of Monro's six children is bedridden with a injury and All kin.Is :-i.k-i Help Wanted |Mnn for assistant manager's jnh and stiiu'ivise sales The Coltonland Music Festival to be held May Ifi during the annual cotton Carnival in Memphis will feature Mid-South soloists, choral and instrumental organizations in the musical pageant in Crump stadium at B o'clock. Also on tile program will be vo- Frances Yeend, lyric soprano: Edward Rocckcr, baritone; and Charlie Bryan folk ballatlicr from the Cumberland Mountains of Tennessee. Miss Yeend and Mr. Roeckcr will , silly solos and duels lincl Mr. Brvan jipironm'l. l.nrjjc auli) cieiil-jwill present mountain folk indoor. Hxpcrioiifo helpful hut, dies. I the entire family is afraid they ',vih suffer if they arc exposed to muca more of Ihe elements. The OPA office nt Mollnc. 111., -said it would make a thorough investigation, and called in an attorney from the Chicago regional office. The OPA also said the Munros' attorney was right in telling them (•. hno<» on" until the matter was decided. , Supreme Court' Delays Decision In Case at Spa •ijlTTiLE HOC':.. Ark., May 3. (UP) — The Arkansas Supreme Court today was still silent on the application by attorneys for former Hot Springs Mayor Leo I 5 . Mclaughlin for a writ prohibiting further lower court proceedings n;;;>inst their client. At the conclusion of a session yesterday afternoon. Supreme Court Chief Justice Griffin Smith said that no order would be handed down before Monday. The M"Laughlin legal staff, headed Henry Donham of Little Rock, ha'l sought a writ, to restrain the G-ir- lancl Crcuit Court from proceeding with legal action on 14 indictments against the tine-time political leader. In oral arguments in the Supreme Court chandlers last Monday. Dnnliam reiterated that the sntcial grand jury that indictee Mclaughlin was Mlcaally and improperly empaneled. The same ar gument previously hart failed to halt the lower court action, beitv., heard by Judne, Maupin Cvunmiru;: of Fayetlcville. who li.idrd bencn r.s with Garland Circuit Judge Clyde H. Brown. !-r.u4 Benton County Victims Of Storm ore Buried ROGERS. Ark., May 3. (UP) — Funeral rites were held today for three vL'lims of the tornado that devastated the Garfield-Iii ightwat- er area of Benton County last Tue.'-duy night. Today's .services were for Oiville Sprinuer. f>'.i, and Mr. and >Mrs. Joe Williamson. Five victims were ied yesterday, inrhiding Mr. and Mrs. Arch Blanselt and their grandson, eight-year-old Paul J. llansett. Albert Citne, nntl his 10- ertr-old nephew. Jerry Morrison. Arrangements for a ninth victim, Mrs. .(oho L. Hays, were still incomplete today. Meanwhile, the Red Cross disaster relief program in the urea was bolstered by three new work- TS—a nurse, a case worker and niilding direclor. Four of [he 12 ilorm victims hospitalised here were returned to Iheir homes yesterday, and Ihe others were reported recovering. NOTICE Ol' ACCOUNTS OK KCIITOHS AND AI)M!MISTili\ TOItS FI1.KI). Notice is hereby given that duriii the month of April, HH7 the follow ing accounts of Executors and At ministtalors have been Illed for sc 1 llemenl and confirmation in 11 Probnle Court for Ihe Chlckasav.'l District of Mississippi Count v, A kaiisns and Hint, such accounts wli Ihclr rcspecllve filing dales arc follows: No. IfiflS. Kstalc of C. H, Witso deceased. Final settlement tif V. l Holland, Administrator, filed April' 1, 1017. No. 1050. Eslalc of Ltalo Harvey Stacy, deceased. Final settlement of K. A. Stacy and Augusta Biacy Marshall, filed April 11, l'J-17. No. 1728. Eslalc of Lena Gray, Cause where to boy **><"«. W ith Forest Parks Al! White Elk Weclge N & M Widths Spectator Tan & White 4A lo B 7.95 All Patent Pump Medium Rress Heel H. O. FARTI.OW, Post Comm. IN TIIK I'KORA'I'K COliltr, MIS- KlSSIPrl. COUNTY,. ARKANSAS, CIIICKAKAWKA IXS'I'IUCT In Ihe Matter of the Kslatc of t:. C'. Wadlrv. Itrceascd. NOTICI: Notice is hereby given tha: I will, i administrator of the l*,lale of G.. C. Wadley, deceased, 'x-lwccn III'- hours of ten (10:001 o'clock in the day of May. 1017, offer for .snle Ihe following described personal prop- city on the premises of the. hnnin- slead formerly occupied by the deceased G. C. Wiullcy at •!()."> North Sixth Street. The purchaser ai sal'l sale shall he required to pay cash for sann; ami immediately remove. I \Vi:Sl.i:V HAMriKK, tonnnaoilcr, LEG/ON FACTS FI.OYD A. WHITE, If Yrm Srrvcil In Killier World War, Vim llelom; In The American LcKlnn As It Represents A1,I. IlltANCIIKS (if the AllillLII POHCKS, Kllliur KurclKii <ir Home Service, Dud Cason Post 24 "Fifth District", Department of Arkansas, Blythcville, Ark. NOW at— Liberty Cash Grocery wiii'liinK' conditions and salary. While Hox X, % CnurU'r News. 3 pk 7 Lost |LOST: will) Most Child's hi'ovt'u purse slum ps and change. urgent—1'lcasc call r, :j tk r> r, For Rent Local A Loin Distance . Oo«t«e« HtnllnJ Ierr1c« ft BtoT I'ior.e 2801 Steel Oil Barrel Racks Size T. L. MABRY 42J MISSOURI fir. PH. S6i7 COTTON SEED FOR SALE D P & L 14, Delinted and Treated \ High Germination Only a Few Tons on Hand Blytheville Delinting Corp. So. 2nd St. Across from Armory Sampler to Visit Fifth District All Next Week Our Department Commander, J. Wesley Sampler, will visit lh« T'lflh District, the entire week ol May Mh Ihi-ougl) May 1111). He will be available for s|Kcche:> at any civic cluli or luncheon. Con- (ncl Floyd Wlillc, plume 'i Ml. Mr. Sampler's duties on thi 1 ; are to contact and assist till Posts in the district to obtain their mcm- licrshii) and to sell the Lvijion lo ex-service imm and lo th? pnblic. Downyflqke DOR UTS Girt the Family iorr.clhing To (jtow on. glow on. bclwccn in coll. DOV/NYFIAXE Oonuli -raifo like dream donuU. loo, Tho DOWNY. FIAK4 machine mokci "em righl befor* you -1tcfr\ end hotl SEE THEM MADE AT.., „- Orchids to Glee Club And Mrs. Henry The concert, given Tnoiday nlu High School Auditorium, by the Olec Club was n most cnJoyaW.* aTair Caroline Haley Henry, dlnctnr of Hie Glee Club, has done an excellent Job in moulding this Rrou|i of young singers Into n smooth peitoiit'liii! chorus. Tentative Program Fifth District Convention Blytheville, Sunday, May llth Clmi'di :il. 1 1 ; Luncheon ill Noon usmcss ;il I :.'i'J Vi.sitdi'.s and Spi'tiliri's: ,J. \Vcsloy Sum pier, I)f|il. Coin. Jcnlu; l.iiniticrt, Niil. Ooniiiiili.eniiiin Ilnrry licclur, Cllirm. !)t'|il. J'Nnn Lcoiiiinl \V. Moudy, Coiiuninulor Jot: lli'iivn, Ark. Service Riiroan Huyce Dickson, Lfpanln, Districl (Juininiuuler, Hlyllicvillc Hinii Sclinol Quiirl<;Ue 7lli Di.sLvifl will pre.sitlo. FIFTH DISTRICT CONVENTION, MAY llth Klrt-Ufin nf ('<»inni;ii][ler, ('niiimiUcfimii) Tn ;ilt I.nRinniKtlrrs. this is unn of the lni|>nrl;int nu;ctinj;s, this is your ];ist clivlrict meeting hrfitrc Ibr Stain ('(nivcntion, S"clion a. nislrirt Kxt-cul Ivc CnitimlUt'cmrn slml! |»c rlrcU-tl for M trim of two ycaf.s ;il district conventions to bo held nl Icnsl Ibitty CIOi djiy.s anii nnl inai't; tli;in iiluoly <EJOi day. 1 ; prrciMlliiK Ihe UepnvtrncnL Coiivcnll when .s'dcl elections rire to be held. CoimnHlccmcn arc eligible LU Miccc Ihcinseives In office. Kadi district, shall luivc :i Dislricl Coininundci", n District Vice Coin- nifiiuk'f :uul :i District, Adjulrint. The district udjutant bhall be jit>poinle<l Ijy Ihr District Commander. SncUmis 1 and 2 rjf Arltelo VI fl ninrnclccl In read as follows: Section 1. IteUveen Department CDnvnntions the ad.ninlsiralivc po\v- ci'.s slinll be vrstcci in Ihe DeparLint'iiL Kxccullvo Committee, which shal be composf<i of lljo DepnrttnenL ConmiancJcr, tlic Junior Past Department Commander, the Department Vice Commanders, the Department d^e Advornle. the Dc 1 ])^!-!!!^'!^ Finance Officer, Ihe National Executive Onnimitlermini and the District Kxrcnlive Commilteemcn. Ii\ rase of nb- sence of any district comtnltteoman. the District Conmiarulcr or Disiric 1 Vice Commniulcr shall serve as alternate. Phones 2860—860 Plain Donuta Dozen Sugared Dozen Donuts Glazed or Frosted Dozen 30 35° 43 Boys State To Convene May 31 Boys Slalc which will convene May 31 was set up witli the ,dea lo e boys first hand knowledge of what Iheir government is all about and how It oiicrates. It gives boys a basl; knowledge of the operations of their government, and an opportunity to actually sec how it works, ns a voter, candidate and public ofliclnl. Each year a large number of boys within our state, nil junior.* in high school, are given n week's lininlll,: in this important work. Don't Fence Me In During Ihe early years t)f The American Legion, we roamed all ove Mississippi County and our neighboring towns, holding Out-Post meet tnt;. 1 -. At that time Dick Ware and Ncill Heed were our principal speaker --just lellini: Ibe folks about what Ihe Legion slootl for. Miss Jane Kobin .son. Clink 1 Webb, piano and violin, Willie Troller as vocalise for our entertainers, and usually had a pretty good program. On one occasion, we were holding a niceling in a church, en Sunday afternoon and out nf courtesy asked Ihe minister lo offer the invocation. He spnkn for 2(1 minutes and finished with these words: "We pray that this delegation from The American Legion will nol rto or say anything to desecrate Ihe Mouse of our Lord." So you sec. then as well as now. we had a Job cut out lor us. to sell ALL THE GOOD POINTS AND Oli- JKCTIVKS of The LEGION that would win the confidence of tlie public. To mnke a strong Legion, when the parents know what gonil you arc doing, they will encourage their sons to keep their Legion dues pnld. PAY YOUR DUES NOW. F.A W. Hlythevllle has its own Service Officer, a Contact Officer from The Veterans Administration and Employment Officer at the TJ. S. Employment Office. Arkansas maintains a Service Bureau at Little Kock, open to all Veterans regardless If he belongs lo any organization, under direction of Jhe L. Hearne. who will assist In all claims. Pay Your Dues, Now! Vew Loan Fund Established for Veterans A loan fund lias been established jy Ici'.i.slalive act to provide veins with funds lo attend jchools lul.side the slate of Arkansas when hey arc unable to gain entry In iiir state colleges. This fund provides for a loan up •11 Sl.OOO annually. To ooltiiu Ihe loan II Is necessary that application be made In writing to the Hoard of Trustees, Arkansas Unl- /erslty, Fayetteville. A transcript of grades from other schools should iccompany the application, together will) Ihe infonnallon regarding '.he school veteran plans to attend. If the loan is granted a note 13 made payable lo the State of Arkansas wilh repayinenl 10 be.made iflcr Ihe .sludent has finished his ;ehooling. However, should he re- 'urn to the .sta;e and sot up professional practice, hi.s note Is credited with $1.000 for each year V.c /.Kieticc.s within the state. A veteran requiring six years to complete training and borrowing i't Ihe rale of Sl.OOO annually wnilii iinve his nolc fully paid after practicing his profession for six years in Arkansas. Veterans desiring full particulars on this loan fund shonid wriie to the Board of Trustees, University ot Arkansas, Fayelleville. Do You Know — That Dud Cason Post maintains an Educational Revolving Fund to assist cither boy or girl ;o go to college? For sludcnl loans contact. H. G, Partlow for dclails. Membership: When you write new members, watch these dates:* for eligibility, April 6, 1917 through November H, 1918 and December 7, 1941 through Scplember 2, 1945. Dud Ciison Post now hAS over 1300 members. Let's give,the Commander 200 new members by May Ilih.

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