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TUESDAY, JUN'K H, 1940 (ARK.)' COUKIKR NEWS PAGE PIVB • Battles Continue In Spite of Truce Communist Troops In China Continue \ Bloody Assaults CHANGCHUN, June 11. <UP> — The Central News Agency reported "incrctiMnj.; Communist aUuck-i on government troops" lortuy despite ifi-duy trued which wont into offc Friday in Manchuria. Communists surrounding La fa wi' nltacking furiously and have inflicted 200 casualties, the report y.\\t\ Twelve regimetH.s have mvifrm'ec the Communists recently, the rt-pnt added. l\\ tuUUltoti 10 ii\e. (iukUitiv; in Munrhuriii, Communists \vi>rc re- purled suniiin! forward in ShaiUinn; and .Shatisi provinces to the S-mUi, (Niinking reported thai peace prospects wore dim :\s the l r j-<iuy trueo entered il.s fourth day. (.'cW- imintat. Leniler Oen. Chovi Ku-l,ai culled on Cicn. George C. Mur.;h:dl todixy oil his return- from Ycnun. Observers -said Chou pix>l>n!)ly hunuihl new Communist di'iium'.i.i which included an overall seUIemcnt of political and military problems and a revision of Ihr original 5-iu-l rate on government and Con mm- iMst troops in Manchuria.) Bri'4. (ion. Hi'nvy A. ByroucK u. H. military attache in China., planned iiu immiHlialc itivesti^alioti <ii the Nationalist Anny charges that Cotjitmuiists have violated the I nice iu the civil war. Lutes Baseball Team Defeats Clear Lake 9-6 The Lutes baseball tcaiii edged o:a Clear Lnltc 9 to G Sunday on the loser's diamond by collecting 13 well plnceil hits. The winning runs came In Ihe first of the ninth when Brothers, pinch-hitting for Hny. hit a triple with the bases loaded. McIInffcy, the winning pitcher, gave «1> only eight hits while Frit/. West, the loser, was nipped for 13. Biul Lntes won bailing honors with two doubles and two triples In tour trips to the plate. LINEUP Baseball Standings Hy United 1'rrss SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. U Atlanta 'JO 20 Nashville 29 21 ChstUnoorja ;i2 2ii Memphis 29 28 New Ooricans 27 30 Mobile 2< '-it Utll c Hock 2!! :tl Birmingham 20 3(> AMKK1CAN Pet. .tilil .5HO .50;) Jack Johnson Killed In Automobile Accident li/U.KIGH, N. c.. June 11. (UP) —The name and Hie deeds of f»b- nlpus ..v.u'k Johnson were little but a woiulrifui memory lo the |llRht. • • • .351 Lutes H. Lutes MkkUeton Brooks .. Dill ...\. Kubanks Thorn Hay H. Lutes MeHnlfcy I'os. c .. Ib aij Ss 3h If cf IT P Clrzr I.akr .. . ourloy H. L. West .. H. West . J. W. West ... O. West .. J. Youm; Clnnsc .... Mitchell ... P. West Boston New York Washington Detroit Cleveland St. koiils Chicago . ...';...'.' Philadelphia . .. NATIONAL Brooklyn St. Louis Chicago Cincinnati Boston Pittsburgh . ..:... New York Philadelphia . . W. I,. 40* 89 . 3:1 20 . 2« 21 24 'M • 30 -.3 112 J3(J, .23!! 2ti 21 20 n 'i-r Pet. .eiu .823 .571 .520 .•112 » Stcelc-Cooter Society—Personal J Pine Bluff Net Star Wins State Championship LITTLE ROCK, June 11. (UPV- George Dimklln, Pine nluff veteran, today held anotlicr tennis championship following his victory n'Or Jay Freeman of Little Rock n the stale singles finals here yesterday. DunkUii defeated FrceniEin 4-2, fi-0. G-l and ended the meet, without losing a set. He breezed through four straight matches. Freeman teamed with C. L. Chamtxn'.s, of Little Rock, to defeat Capt. Howard Dredge and Lt. E. R. Bnskirk, 6-3. 11-9, 1-5 In the doubles finals. Mrs. Juno I. Anderson downed Lavernc Boyd for the women's singles crown, 6-0, 6-3. I.I:A<:DK • • w. L. Pet 10 » ,M! •20 .5»: 20 .55 21 .51 .. 21) . . 21 .. 17 Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN I.EA«l)E Little: Rrx'k 0. Atlanta H. Nashville II, New Orleans 0. Mobile 5. Chutlanoui;a 4 (12 Memphis 10. !iirinitu'.]];im 'J. NATIONAI, l.KACUK Cincinnati 1. Nc«' Yolk 5. Philadelphia B, Ohieayo II. Ifoslon 10, Pllt.sbiir.Bh 0. St. I^oula 3. linioklyn. a.' • AMERICAN; i I^VIUJE Bosfoii B. cic'veiiind 3. Detroit 11, Ne* York's. Clilcaso 3, Philadelphia 1. St. Tx>iiis 2. WashhiKton 1. world today, which conldn'l have liei-ii lou surprised to learn last nitild that Ihe one-time world heavyweight elmmuion liiul dle<l us lii> lived—In action. The 118-yeai-old one-llnie Qnlvcs- lon, Tex., stevedore ilied 111 St. A^nes hospital fioiu injuries received when his speeding cur ovcr- luriH'il and crashed Inlo n light. l"ili> on u highway near I'Viinklhi- ton, N. c. In a way that was Ironic, bc- *:LIU.SO in bis momenUiuus cnrccr «no of his hubbU's w'as driving bright yellow racing automobiles at ncck- breakiiii; speed, lie never before had ti serious accident « '" Ult W1IK llu ' tl ''"! x > of the 'j.' 5 " 11 ire lid- of Ihe moose-shouldered '?!« i- N(>i;l '"- wll<1 fouulu all comer.s toi •y', [exactly a quarter of u century •''|jj' from IWi!) to IU2'I nml who ln-lci ."'illii 1 heavywciylu cro»n from 1008 ••""Mo 1BI5. Johnson, tlie first ntul only Nc- o litli'tutldor until Ihc reign hampion .Joe i.ouls, was Iravcl'Jit, »ck lo New York lo see the rolling bunt between llu- Drown Homl) T and challenger 1)111 Conn whci he crash occurred. Mrs. Joanne Circ-cnway iuid Paul rileini McCiildirn. who luive been altciKliiiK the Univcr-sily of Ahi- lJlii]i:i, I'n.scaloo.sa, liavc jxri'ived home (or a fr.v days visit with their parents, Mr, and Mrs. 1". P. Mi'Culclicn. Sam Hiunra Jr.. .student at Gllirjjoi't Military Academy. Gulf !>uil. Miss., has arrived liomc to spend the Summer with Iiis pa- rcnls. Air. nil;! Mrs. Sam Hamra. Mrs. II. W. Tucker and .dnughtfr ha\'F! retui'ncil to their liome in Nashville, Tellll., after » two-week vi.sit witli Mrs. Tucker's parents, Dr. anil Mrs. II. w. Ellis, .Miss Huth Ellis accompanied her si-stcr to Nashville for a vi.sit. Before rc- turnliiK In Stccle, Miss Ellis' will visit relatives nml friends in Ilumtoltit. "I'enn., nml PiuUienli. Ky. Mrs. Ed Cai'lock and son, Eddie, and granddaughter. Miss Charlotte KerboilKii, -of . Dongoln, III., and daughter, Mrs. Iva Ricllnixls, ;)f Cniilralia. ' ' ill.,' 'have been'" th Kllests of Mr. aiul Mrs. P. E. I Ponder and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Waflcr and family. Ed Oarlock, who had been visiting in Steele for l\vo weeks, relnmed witli them. Miss Gloria Yarbrouyh, \vlio is a student at, University of Missouri, Columbia, has arrived home to riveiKl the Simnner with her pa- /1'iHs. Mr. and Mrs. Dewcy Yar- (lb."»i[(;h ami family. Mrs. David Loivry Icfl Friday to return to her homo ,in Kansas City. She was accompanied .by her Ei.ster.-Miss clela Damon;..who will, be employed ilierc:''- "' ^'^. ; .' v Oliester•.Bniiics,, shiilo'iH nf v Texa5 Agricultiirc"" :iii;| ' STtcnhnidaT'CoI'"^ leye. has returned lo school after ipendinp n brief visit with his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Slover of KnoxviHe, Tcnn., ar n Kirc.sls for two works or her parents, Air. and Mrs. w. D. Rider. Mr. and Mrs. Colcman Thvcet and Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Burton •fr.. havp ficne lo Springtake, Mielv, where (lu-y will b c yuest, of Mr. and Mrs. Rl;mlcy Sneed and ebilib-fn. Harbara nnd Hobby, and Mr. and Mrs. Pnrkcr Turner and children, Cornelia and John. Mrs. Vernon Thrcct spent last week in Pin c Bluff with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. 3. Callens have j:one to Coliniihia, Mo., where Mr. Callens will attend Missouri Unlv- crsily. Mrs. O. W. Southcrland of Flint. Mich., was the Bucst last week of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burton and family. Lewis Weaver of Elaine, Ark,, has relumed, to his home after having been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver. Today's Games ; SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis »t Birmingham. Little Rock at .Atlanta. Mobile at Chattanooga. New Orleans at Nashville. NATIONAL LKAGUE Philadelphia at Chicago. Boston at Pittsburgh. New York at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at St. Louis. AMERICAN LEAGUE St. louls at Washington. Chicago at Philadelphia. Detroit at New York. Cleveland at Boston. Philadelphia Tournament Goes Into Extra 18, Hole Plin.ADKI.PllIA, June 11. (UP —Ii-.v Wurshnm. Jr., of Belhesdi il., a new comer lo big inoue >K. and Herman Harron, u Whll Plains. N. Y. veteran, lei! off lo day to determine who will ciu uway the lion's share of prine inon i-.v in the Philadelphia Inquirer »15, DUO yoll tournament. Head courier News Want Ads. PILES Hurt Like Sin! But Now I Grin Read Courier News Want Ads. Thousands clianj;e srniiH.s lo f^rJns. Use n real 60ft(n'#' form ul n rot 1 clisln^K «[ jiilea: ncnt tlr;i^eislH l>y tiulcil Tlionitoti & Minor Clinic, Surprlslnc <JUI(;K iiallf;i- tlvc relief of ntiln, Hcli. ^orrm-ss, Mirlpa foftrn Imrd p:nls: lends to jOirink .su-.-H- Ing. Use tfnrtnr*' -way UxJfiy. fiot lul>ft Tliornlon ft. Minnr'K Hrclnl OLutnirnt or Thornton A Mlnur Uf'tal Follow label tlLrpnlions. If not low fost will lie rt'fimdcd on At oil KOOrl .-irn '.ash Registers ling Regularly or Club Owners Id I'jy.HlB (he iLMHiiiiiliii: 4V home [;uim'.s~. mill iivrrniiv of 4252—10 'uk Ilivlr pii'vlous record. WAKNINCi OKIHIIt n the Chiinrfry Court, Clikk* Mtwba l>Eslrk't, Mississippi Count)', WARNING OKDER In the Chinc«rjr Court, Chlcka- Nawb* Uifttrict, Mlvftojppl County, ArkanK*a. Alvln Lime Plaintiff, vs. No. 9002 HY W. KDW1N MOSS, Jr. I'tiltrd I'rrss SlHirls Writrr MUMPHIH, 'ivnii., ,lnne 11. (t)P) '1'hc Southern As-socHillon iilteu- mce record, nm-liiillriiKcd in 21 Mils. taUrrvtl Itxlny as of(i«:i; I'KUc recoixls showed rleav hulli.'a- "n (hut n new record was belntt I. Pu-sltlciit Hilly Kvuns reported >at (hvouKh u»"'es of June 1 Hie lie Inul drawn nn innii/lm; (D- '1 of (325,448 eustomei's. aluuj.sl hair record mark of l.;tril.570 set i 1025. Kvans ixilnled out (hut less inn one-thlfd ol the ctinenl sen- on's sautes have been played. The aUmdiince Hsure on Juno topped lasi year's on lh,. en.-- 'siwnclhiB tliile by 2111I.11U5. In l!)-ir,, he league atlendiiuec Hume «a.i •U2H. he leauiie this year IHIS nveriiK'.'d 0 paid ciustoniers pet 1 name. At his rate, the teams would play o 2,331,000 lor the KCU.KUU. mul Uu'ii i(? pluyoff series alleiulanee would ^ added. However, 1-ivans Uulinited :• would \n~. Kallsfled with mi ul- iHlniifc of 1.500.000 tills year. vhlch would better the leauue mark jy MH.OOO. The southern lAM\uiH' pvexy Mr,o siiUl Allaiita'.s club reeord atleii- :lanee of 330,705, set In I'.r.t5. was In danger. The Crnekers eui'i'eutly urc pluyhii; to an iiveniue of .1.240 fails per Ranie and for 25 hume Dailies luivc played lo i:j()/.)114. T3ie yuc leaders would huvo to ptuy Jiiinln T. Fox Defendant. Arkansas. .j.| lc ( |efctuli\lit. Juinlc T. Fox, Is Kvolyii Kirk Lniititlon I'lalntllT, hereby warned to appear wllhlii vs. No, %C9 Hiiiiy ( |u ys i,, n lc comi n.ii,,^ j n Jiniii's Henry Lunudoii.. .ni'Tcndnnt, (ho caption hereof and iinswer tho Thi 1 defendaul Jaino.-! Henry 1 Anna L«e. Burton....... Defendant.* The defendant Anna Lee BoHbn Is hereby,, warned to' appear within thli-ty a«yY In' tl>* court rume<: Jn the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff John W. Burton,,. . ;... ... , ,u...: ,,. Dntcri this 24 day of Uay, t*M.-' HARVEY MORRIS/ C)*rlC'. By Mary L«« Jarratt, p. C. ercy Wright, Atty. for Pif. Lan^don Is hereby warned lo appear within (hilly dnys In the court niiuied In the eaLilion hereof and answer the complaint of Ihe plaln- tlir I'lveh'ii Khk ],:nn:iluu Dated this 27 day of Miiy, 1010, 1IAHVHY MOHIilK, Clerk. 11. O. 1'artluw, Atty. for Pit. eoniplalnt, of tho pliilntlft, Alvln Uinu. Dated this 20 diiy of Mny, 1810, HARVKY MORRIS, Clerk. Hy Frc'ldii BrlBht, D. G. Duck & Bndbury, Ally. lor IMlf. la CouilU, WAKNINd OKDDIl In thn i'haiK'ery Court, dil I..1 Dlslrlel, .Mlssls Arkikns:is. Hen 11, Kownlni; ......... rii\lnllfl. vs. No. Ulilll Tlu'linn Kllnniiio Uownlni: ......... .......................... Defendant T'he defendant 'fhelina Kllinniic Duwnlni:. Is hereby warned to .<p- penr within thirty days In (lie com I named In tho eapllon hereof and answer the complaint of Hie platu- ttll lien II. l),.wn|[in. Dated (his 21) clay of May, 191ii. IIAKVKY MOItlllB. Clerk Hy Freida nrlijlil, \). C. Hd 11. Cook. Ally, for I'ltf. Howard Moore, Ally, ad I, Item. OKI>I:R Ihe diancery C.'ourl, CJhlcku iwba District, Mississippi County, John W. Dm ton .......... PlulntlH, vs. No. 1)594 FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb llwy. I>1 nl Slate Line I'hun: Hlvltu'vllle 711 A LOCAL LADY SPIT UP ACID LIQUIDS FOR... HOURS AFTER EATING For hours after every meal, a IjOcal liidy used to" spit" Up" "'» tronif,'acidulous liquid mixed with ulccos of ImltrdlKffitad food. .She wys.Jl was awful. At tUiujs the would neurly /strangle, Sh? had filoinhch bloat, daily 1 headaches 1 and lonstant Irregular* bowel actiotv-Tfc- dny, this lady ents lier meals and enjoys them. And she saya the chniiKc Is duo to taking INNER-., AID. Her food agrees with her. No BUS, bloal or spitting up after oiiflnij. She l.i also free of head- afhes now'i nnd bowels »re regular, thanks to this Remarkable. New Compound. •. INNER-AID contains 12 Qreat lioite; they cleanse Iwwcls, clear Has from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable' people soou feel dltlijrcxvt all over. .So don't i;o on «ufTerhml Get INNER- AID, Sold by nil drug stores hern hi Dlyllievllle. . , ,; Ice Cold Watermelons Peaches BEytheville CUKH MAUK10T i;H) Kiist Main Htrpci PIN-WORMS Now can be Beaten! Thr mtx^rkfl of Pln-Worrtifl \invc tWti Vntiwti fur rcnturlm, Jinil niilHonn c»( victim it httvr Miunht n u'H/ to ilt-iil \vllli llitj in-fit thai liv,^ in*Wc> t)i« linnuin k.ixty. c^iiln-fi Uriitf (Kvjilirvn vl.ikt). » llf'nlily t-'c- This dniK 1* Ihe vital iiii;rr.lii',,\ [n f-w| (lie I'ln-WoTm tablolH ilrv. ti.j.cd hi lliu l«K>nilor1i<8 of Dr. I). J«yuy A S,m. Tlnr r-m.l], c^y-lu-LBko r-W lak.lrli. net in H ni'fckl wj>y lo remove Tin-Worjiin. Ho ilou't • offer In HiloTicu vrllh MIL- I'nilirir- nu^nliiKT rrctnl itdi cktietd liy lhl;k iiK\y, htuliNirn IICAL AB^ ynMr clniw^inl ftir u I'nrkAKC t<f JAtHt'i r-W uinl r,.lli»w lliu Kinmtu iHrectkum cartfuUy. SulhCncttuii KUnriittlixtl ur your nioriL-y Lack. >.W— tlm trc»tmi;»t for Pin-Worma. RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on any make <>•• nvx'el Reliable V u ' i rkmnnsliip. PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Collihan Klectricnl Appliance Co, Aatbntlzrd Mc.lornl» Ridl* Halm and R«trr1o« l«(i Siindi I'-irst St. MAKE IT * RETIRE WITH A LIFE INCOME AFTER 20 YEARS! The IIBW Regular Army ha» on* ol th» beat retirement plnnm oil oatlh. You may rotlro at halJ pay lor life oiler 20 yomm ol nctvico) lhio«- quait«rn ])ay after 30 yearn of Mf- vka. Ovor threo-quaitom of a million hnv« joined up already. MAKE IT A MILLION! Go! iull t(icIf* nl yolir tiontoMt Army Camp or Pout or U. S. Army Rocrullliig .Station. A COOO tOD fOH YOU U. S. Army r tut pfforc&sroN MOV* U(Him :ifl. r >, Federal Bldg. Joncslxtro, Ark, : Orange & Grapefruit... Grapefruit...Oranga Mother's:Friend massagin ration kelps bring eAte And comfort '' '''•' M ! rS"c1Wlilcn^s'-ufiSrunn all conditions where a bland, mild unoxlyno massnge medium In fikln. lubrication is clcslrcri. One condition. In, which women lor more than. 70 years have used It Is nti npollcatlon for massaging the body during pregnancy ... it helps keep tlm Fkln FofL mid jillnMc... thus avoiding iiiinccc-ssflry dlncomforfc duft to drynesa nnd Ughtnc.ss. It refreshes and tones th» Ekln.Anltlral massage nppllcat Ion I or tho numb, tingling or burning sensations of the sfcln.-.for the tired back muscles or cramp-like pains In the Jep»- Quickly absorbed. Delightful to use. Highly •pressed by users, many doctors ftnrt jiitrses. Millions of bottles sold. Just *sk sny dritperlst for Mother's Friend—the skin emollient and lubricant. Do try it. Mother's Friend You*ve packed your duds and camera... The dog is in the car. WALLPAPER 48c Washable Now 32c 30c Light fast Now 20c Wallpaper Now 22 '/,c E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. NOTICE TO CAR OWNERS 24-Hour "Rain Insurance"—25e If il ntiiis wilhin 24 hours after you have had your car wushcd at our station and you are a holder of our Card, just present Card within -48 hours and we will wash il again— FREE! SPECIAL! WASH AND GREASE JOB $1.50. MARR'S AUTO SERVICE YOUR ONK STOP STATION Phone 2611 ASH & SECOND Now just add '(essq)' Dealer care. CHARM MOTOR COMPANY The I^USER FRAZER PRODUCT. -^£-=V*t —3-~ America's First 1047 Motor Cars! Well Have Them Here to Show You And, mister,-you'll go far! THIS SUMMIR WE INVITE rou to join (he thousands of motorists who count on the ESSO sign lo protect their "Happy Motoring." Before you set out, let your ESSO Dealer give your car a thorough summer check-up—from lubrication to battery and tires. Then— along the road —mnke the ESSO sign your regular stopping place. That way you and your car arc always in good hands! KAISER—With Front-Wheel Drive! Modern, perfected front-wheel drive. War-proved Toriionetic Suspension for all-load, all-road smoo'H- neii of ride. Wheelbosc 117 Inches, Overall length 203 Inches, Six-cylinder 92 hp. engine. Wldoit seatj In any mass-produclion car. Unexcelled driver-vlilon. FRAZER-World's Smartest Car! Unrivaled luxury, maximum roominess, exquiiEle beauty, cfforHeis power! Wheelbase 123 1 /! inches. Overall length 203 Inches. Box-section framo. Rear-wheel dr'vc. Six-cylincJcr 100 hp. cnpine. Semi-elliptical springs in rear, colls in front. Smartly tailored two-tone upholstery. AMAZING new KAISER and the sensational hew J. FRAZER—America's first 1947 motor cars—will'be here in our sliowrooms— surprisingly soon! . '.'...'- '.•. You'll have your choice of the front-wheel^drive KAISER, or the more powerful and luxurious rear-wheel- drive FRAZER—both built at famous Willow Run! And always at your service, remember, will be our specially- trained maintenance service staff, with factory-approved parts, tools and accessories. You'll want to see these beautiful new postwar cars at your very first opportunity—so keep watching the news for the announcement of our first showing. CHARM MOTOR COMPANY 110 Wcsr Walnut Blythcvillc, Ark. RED RYDKK Hoiinl and Beans, Too BY FRED HARMAN €ssa i Rtmembcr, too—careful driving Th«Signof count* today as never before! "Ktfn Natwin STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF NEW JERSEY . a s .* « «.« t «' » I CASS'T FlWO AtRML &055 AS GENEROUS CR AS PURTt AvS LADY SPIELER'

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