The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1944 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 10<M Volunteers Put On Police Force Jackson Dismisses Policemen Who Join ( Labor Organization •JACKSON, Miss., June 20 (UP) — Here arc the latest developments in the law enforcement sluialion in Jackson since more than 35 members or the police force *ere dismissed yesterday when they reunion "'""<"'""' from tUclr labor Business men, OCD trained volunteers ami oilier cllli-.en-imlice- men patrolled heals during the night In the city where only about 35 members of the force, including office workers, are available [or regular patrol duty Mayor Walter A, Scott lias so lar made no statement since he and the commissioners ordered that (he labor vmton members of the force be discharged. Prom the union members however comes a statement issued by Claud ]. Bruton, secretary of Ixical No 713, American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees. Bruton, former city detective, says the group of discharged officers offered their services to the people of the city in the event any critical situation developed Bruton declared that since Police Chief Holden had placed the men under threat of arrest if they attempted to serve as law enforcement officers, the union had voted to withdraw the offer. Bniton's statement closed with the sentence. "We place the responsibility of tiic situation on the shoulders of the city government." The union's secretary asked Jackson citizens not to form too hasty BLYTnEVILLE f (ARK.) COURIER NEWS The Hitler Gang _ ."Four heads ache worse than one" might be Iho title ol this new ; photo, iust received from neutral sources, showing Adolf Uillor \yith military, naval and civilian chieftains during recent Inspection at the Fuehrer's headquarters. Left lo right are Hitler, Field Marshal Keltel, chief of stuff, Admiral Donitz, navy commander, '••'•'•'-^-'t^ '.and Ho.in.rich Himmler, head of the Gestapo.^fiWftjft?.', Confederate Veterans Plan Reunion in Texas AUSTIN, Tex. (UP)—If tbere is i> full attendance. 45 veterans of the Arm,, of Uie Confederacy who reside in Texas will hold a reunion an opinion of the actions of the police union members, and promised a full statement today. at Camp Ben McCulloch-nenr Jiere Aug. 2, 3, and 4. In recent years but a • small percentage of the total number of surviving veterans has been at- the annual reunion, and wartime travel may keep som e nivny this year, wlio have been accustomed to attend. Of the survivors, two live in (he State confederate Home. Othcr.s are paid a state pension. Read Courier-News Wnnt-'Ads, J Check air pressure and wheel alignment' to conserve tires. Proper inflation in hot weather is very important. Change oil when necessary. Oil breaks down under excessive heat. Make sure"your oil filter is working efficiently. Warch your fan belt. Keep it tight to assure efficient cooling. Costly repairs can result from neglect. Don't overlook your battery. Evaporation is more rapid in hot weather. Add water frequently as needed. Watch all water connections to avoid unsuspected leaks. Hose may have deteriorated and need replacing. Wax and polish car to keep it bright and attractive a good investment! , Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto or Chrysler dealer will be glad fo help you. Suggestion to Repair Shops If you need parts of any kind for Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto or Chrysler cars, seo a dealer who handles that make. For Dodgo truck parts, see a Dodge Dealer. ( -Top." In Enl.rtoinm.nt . . . Motor BOWK and Hi. Amolran Thundoyi, 9 P.M., J.W.I. CSS N.lwork JOIN THE ATTACK-BUY MORE WAR BONDS Chrysler Corporation—Paris Division—Factory Engineered and Inspected Ports for PLYMOUTH • • DODGE DESOTO • CHRYSLER __- -, DODGE Jfa-RtOtof TRUCKS , EPSON IN WASHINGTON Unpressed Undersecretary IIY 1'KTKK KD.SO.V Courier News AVasliluglon Cm respondent You should hear about Undersecretary of War Robert I'. Putter- son't punts. llcmcmbrr thai O. Henry story about the bost-drcssed man in New York who disappeared one iiay,.to bo found years Inter In ft moiins- UT.W The gimmick was that In n monk's robe IIP hnil discovered Die poili'Ct garment-one Hint would iiol bug »l Die k'iiees. Well, Judge I'nllursou's pant.s weals (lint a mile, and has the further merit ot being tviic. It seems that Judsje Patterson vc- cently had n silling for Max ICnlish, the celebrated American sculptor commissioned to make n stntucttc or him. Kallsh nnd the judge dually agreed upon a standing fiose. showing the judge with hat in hand niul looking as (hough ho wore collie places. It wus a lypicnl, friendly likeness, nnd u cjmniclrrlsllc post' for tlie energetic and hard-working undersecretary, who even llke< to stand up and walk about his big office during conferences. ' ' When Kullsh «ot around to lin- IsliliiK ir|i the legs nl the second Kit- tins', he wns n little pulled about Uie |)iuits, which were round r.nd bauES' nt the knees and looked us Uioup.h they hadn'l been prcssn.l In some time. HOWS ABOUT A CHEASK "Hadn't we belter put « crease 111 them, Mr. Secretary? 1 ' asked Kallsh The judge (jlnnced doivii, nnd lhc.\ hi his usual serious nnd deliberate milliner said, "No. I daren't h;»d this suit pressed since I got It," lie explained. Knlish couldn't help smiling, but he did manage (o ask, "Well, how long have you had it?" "Two years!" the judgo answered frankly, and without any trace of u smile. As an aftei thought, he added, "I iust haven't had time." ^ > Nobody had ever noticed II- lie- fore, but it wus the truth. Tlie 1101 dcscript. mixed weave suit has set. service day In and dny out. Thei Isn't a less clothes-conscious ofllcl in Wiishinglim, nnd it Isn't nn n fcctulloii, for he looks neat cnoiig SuiTimiKlcd by uniforms niid swan the undersecretary of war is pel Imps tlic most unpretentious nn unassuming of men, having achieve Hint blissful state of mental perfe. (Ion In which clothes don'l com and don't make the mtiii. In addition lo being so decided Snatched IU1J fen K H G. F. Krcipc, above, former commander of the 22nd German Panzer Grenadier Division, is a prisoner, prize of one of the mast feins exploits of the war. A party of British ofllcers Innderi in Crclc, penetrated to his headquarters, seized him and liis official car, drove for miles past German guards who clicked heels and presented arms as Hie "kidnap- ing" party passed on svay back lo scacoasl. MOROUNE HAIR TONfC tflR6EBOTTtE-25< BOWL for fun and health! BILL'S and GEORGE'S BOWLING ALLEY 120 N. Second OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT Sales and Sendee HARRISON AUTO PARTS CO 517 W. Ash Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main SPECIAL For A Few Days 1 CASE COCA COLA And 75c HoUJc Phillips 6<j Furniture Polish—Both 1.39 Bring Your Empty BotllH POTTER'S STATELINE SERVICE STATION fill hut iK'i-soimlly, Jmlne Putter- soil \venrs n ijnlr of onllmiry O] 1'iisscl leiUlier liluh shoes tlinl luce >'!> over Uie iinklDK. Tljc.st 1 atmii lovs won't show In (he Kullsli slnlncltv fur Ilio piuils come down ovor tliwii' But the punts niv there, i« Uo in>J nioi In llxod In bronze wild Ijaifs !\( the knees. IS UK VOtr-KNOW-WHAT '' Mnx Knllsli, by the wny. Is un old luitiil at senlinlng bnKgy kiu'M. m s famous slnliie of Lincoln, which slniirts on llic Olevcltiiid MUM, h n iislo In iinjwessed punts, niul Ills grent series of sciiliittiiVK of Amerl- dm lubor types hnvt; nil Hie tniijesty of wliolcsoiiie. riirthy nieii oxpivss- li'l! nil Iho nobility or honest svveiU «<ul toll In work clothes. The. story of Jtulye I'utlorson's Pnnls, however, hus bi\night onl other stories of tho tindersei'ielnry's Intk of from, lie iilunlulciy refuses to dress ii|) for nuybody. Cnn't '» Ijothered. l.nst .siirliig, sonwouc sent him u complimentary ticket to the Jnckson Dny dinner, judne IMt- terson Is n llfelotiK Heimljllciin, but u Democratic party slalwmi who Unlit (lie 100 bucks- for |]u> ticket wouldn't no i\t the lust nilnutv nnd liskwl (lie iimlcrseLTclnry to no in his place, nehu! In the. administration, even If not of the majority IHiity, the Judge ucecpled. It was strictly a dress-np uffnlr. '1'lie Indies were there In Jewels iiiul orchids. The men were In evening dollies, not n few In while lies niul tails. Up nt Iho hon<! ( n Ue wllli the purty hot-shots snt Judge l'atters«n —In (lie .s-ntnc old suit nnd n Wue shirt. MfiylM (he Republicans Khonlil run HIM. Finds Train Travelers Don't Take Off Shoes CHICAGO (UP)—The Answers to 3 questions niul nine measurements iV.cn by nil nnllnojiolonlst and his ..'Ife, who serves UK Ills secvetiuy, l.olnt Hie wny lo Die dimensions of the mllraud conch scat of the In- Uiro. * Paul n. Ciobhard of Harvard University 1ms eslnblished hciid- (Hinrtcrs In tho Clilcueo and Noi'th \Vcslern Rallwny sttitlon to find out II the overage coach rider tnkcs off his shoes during n long journey, w well un how much room the passenger needs. Gebhnrd docs his measuring with rulers, although he said he would prefer to use calipers. Amoni; other things, he measures hip b'rcndth. hip length, height and shoulder width. (Tlie nverngo . pnssendci 1 , he snid, requires 11 seat length of I mi Inches,' (i s oiit hpisiil at I!) Inches, mil n width or 15 Inches at the PAOB TrtKKfe, The uvcrn'ge passcujirr keoiis lilf shoes on. Prisoners To Harvest Arkansas Peach Crops NASHVILLE, Ark., June 20 <U1>) —Oeiinmi'w'ni'"prisoners m to be used In the Imrve.sllnn ol the 151- berlir mid--nill'bcmily jioiieh croiw In anil around Murficcsboro. Tlie liilsuuers will be cnred tor in a camp In the orchard district. So gltantii; Is Ihu Army Alrwtivs Comiininlcatlons System 'Hint the imincrlcnl equivalent of all the words In the Ulble Is Irnnsmltled every 1C hours over AACS radio mid wire elrculls throiijjhmit (lie world Delicious Foods—Reasonably Priced! MARTlN'SCAFi ..Specializing In Delicious Steak Dinners Special Plate Lunches Real Southern Barbecue Sandwiches—Cold Drinks KEEK ON TAI> AND IN BOTTLES JOHN FOSTER/Manager M " ln ' Phon«M5 )U W. 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