The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 8, 1944 · Page 3
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^SATURDAY; JULY'S, jo Broiler Growers To Hear Ad kins At Fayetteville LITTLE ROCK, July 7 (UP.)— Governor Adklns, n candidate for the Senate, will speak at n meeting of Northwest. Arkansas Broiler Growers at Fayetteville Saturday Apnimg. It Is believed he will dis- TISss the OPA ceiling prices on poultry in that area, since he has twice asked Administrator Chester Bowles to dismiss charges involving, black market operations against 80 Northwest Arkansas poultrymen. Adklns has charged that the ccll- I"B price allowed by Hie OPA 7s Inadequate. And that the poultry- men are guilty of nu serious offense. , President H. S. Mobley of the Washington county and Northwest Arkansas Farm Bureaus called the meeting. He said that the broiler Industry in Northwest Arkansas has a gross income of some 410,000,000 ami urged the ixniltrynicu to nt-, tend the meeting to try to save the industry. Divorce Pleas Granted In Chancery Court Here The two young sons, four-yenr-old George Stevens Hamilton, and David Hubbarri Hamilton, age three were awarded to the exclusive custody of their mother, Anne Slovens Hamilton, in her suit for divorce from George Hamilton, orchestra leader, granted July 27 in Chancery Court. Mr. Hamilton was given the right to visit the children. The plaintiff charged general indignities in her suit. In the divorce decree granted Edna S. Abbott, from Harold C. Abbott, the mother w'as awarded custody ol the two sons. Phillip Charles Abbott, 10, and Kellh Emmons Abbott, age nine. General indignities were the grounds [or the suit. The mother also was granted custody of the 18-year-old sou in the divorce suit of S. A. Posoy". vs. Lena T> ~"~" ';dn grounds of three years ;Ubn. The other son of Hie .. . ; has reached majority. Another suit granted mi grounds of three years separation was that of Mnry Sue Vlnr vs. Gus Viar, who are the parents of five children, all of whom have become of age. Granted on the same grounds was the divorce suit of Charles D Ing vs. Mary Helen Ing. Charging willful desertion. Bill Kolwyck was granted a divorce from Clarence Kolwyck. others whose divorces were granted on the same grounds were Victoria Jones Political Announcements Tfco Courier News h&e betn authorized to announc* the ftrtlowtnj candidacies, «ub]ect to th« Democratic primary In Auput: STATE KEPRESENTATIVK ALENE WORD (for re-election. Post No 2) W.-J.- WTJNDERLICH (for re-election, Post'No. 1). J. LEE BEARDEN (tor re-election, Post No 1) HTCIEN E. COLEMAH B. O. "GENE" FLEEMAN (Post No. 4) ^PROSECUTING ATTORNEX IVIE C, SPENCER MARCUS FIETZ (For Re-election) JAMES C. HALE SHERIFF AND COLLEOTOI HALE JACKSON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY TREASURER R. B. (SKEET) BTOUT MIS3 DELLA PTJBTLB COUNTY JtJDQB ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) DWIGHT H. BLACKWOOD CIECUIT COURT CLEBR. HARVEY MOliKIS (For re-election) COUNTY CIERK T. W. POTTER (for re-election) Holllngcr vs. George Tliomas JIol- llneer; W. w. Nlmmo vs. Mamie Mary Nlmmo; Betty Owens vs. Edison B. Owens; Ella Phillips vs. Jnmes Phillips; Mnry Etta Porter vs. Charlie Porter, 'and Wllma Pauline Tanner Carter vs. Ralph Carter. lt °" ei'ounds or general Indignities the following divorces were granted; Allic Lee Smith Young vs. W. V. Young; Essi« Lee Gamble vs. James Gamble; Georgia Jones vs. c. Y. Jones; Hall c. Burbage vs. Ruby Ellen Burbage; John Dykstra vs. Horence Dykstra. and Nlles Linden Welch vs. Ethel Modene Welch. Owen McKay was granted a divorce from Ruth McKay on grounds of adultery. Sulls lor divorce recently filed in Chancery Court are Hazel Althouscn vs. Amos Althouscn; Vlrgle Moore vs. James Moore; Gordon Mitchell vs. Gertrude Mitchell; Elmer B. kkeen vs. Lorene Skeen; Harold L. Howe vs. Norma Howe; Marjoric Conrad vs. John Conrad; Mary Louise Strawhorn vs. George H. Strawhorn; Myrtle Davis vs. Roy Davis and Raymond L. Head vs. Frances Marlon Head. William C. Rose vs. Mattie Balding Rose; Linus G. Winchester vs Ida M»c Winchester; Earles Austin vs. Beltie Aiin Austin; Gertrude Allen vs. Orvy Allen; Elna Dlsmore vs. Harvey Dismore, and J. L. Huff vs. Nellie Huff. BLVTHEVILL15 (ARK.): .COURIER I'lan to Remodel Station TOLEDO, O. (UP-The Ncw York Central Railroad Is planning to remodel the present Toledo station at a cost of 54,569,600 The plans were filed with the Ohio State Utilities Commission at Columbus, O., recently. De Gaulle Talks Will Not Include U. S. Recognition WASHINGTON, July 8 (U.P.)- Prcsldent Roosevelt confirmed today that tho specific question of Allied recognition of the French Committee of National Liberation as the provisional government of Prance would not be discussed In Ills talks wim General Chmles De Gaulle. The President's statement, made nt his press and radio conference, verified the understanding that Had been indicated before the French leader's nrrlvn! yesterday. Nevertheless, Government officials were hopeful that Do Gaulle's visit would produce im Improvement in working relations between the western Allies and French Committee. This confidence was amplified by the harmonious nature of DC Gaulle's own remarks and demeanor since his arrival. The President said there wns no r.gcnda for his conversations ivllh the French general but that he expected laler today (0 uik with him about Derations of French underground forces. especially those in southern France. , "M ,*? osevc "' said they also would talk over in a friendly manner the whole question of government in lhc mj C1 , Uc(1 Rn l s _ mc of the crucial mutters on which tills government has differed win, DC Gaulle, who calls his committee n provisional government for Siimc .., Jewel Smith Blanch Hall J. J. Johnson 3 K T. H. U-e ; o ic Mollle Wright 8 K ». J. IJuwson 1 L S. II. liislioji Addition May M. Dover 3 Sam Barnes Addition Sam Barnes n Klylhe Addition J. It. Fisher w 10' a 2'l Cleo Pope 22A 31 N. O. Grant Est 3 33 Kittle Walker 9 32 J. H. Fisher \v 8' IB 33 Sll "ic E «' 20 3d Hlylhci-llle Lumber Co. first Addition R. 1). Hoard S 10' 1 2 E. M. llryeans Subdivision 2.04 .20 .16 .80 .80 .80 .34 1,00 R. J. Dnwson Sumo J. W. Under . Same Same Siune „, .1 , ,. COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICF Notice is hereby.elven that the undersigned as Onm, 5S SS llmf rvnm«u r'H.,., „_.. , _. . .* llv - u ' _«* ^Otlll 3-15-10 G-15-10 7-15-10 7-15-10 7-15-10 7-15-10 Supposed Owner Description s TO Claud Smith, NW NW .Q .J „ Joe Hornberger, SW SE... n ,* „ Same S E SW .' 11-14 a Raymond Dudley, SB SE u ,1 a Mrs. E. Hunt, SE NW.. 2 7 14 R Ceo. Crane S & E of D No. 19 NE SE!!!.' 2M4- fl J. S. Parks, \', Ac. SW Cor. E of L SW SE 28-14- 1 Geo. Bunch, S & E of D SW SE O. B. Martin, S',4 NW SE Same SW SE n. L. Moslcy, SW SE ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'. Leafy Edwards, Lots 8 & !) SW Unknown, Lots 1 & 4 NW ..... Same SE NW Same NE NW!!!! !!!'"" Leafy Edwards, Lots 6 & 7 SW Same Lots 2 & 5 NW..!'.'......" 7-15-10 Charles Kolbroofc, w 10 Ac NW NE 8-15-10 Robert Belts, E 10 Ac NW NE " 8-15-10 Jim Dildine, Frl S. Ft. W!4 NE ' 19-15-10 Paul A. Tranmiell, Lot 5 SE. 27 15 10 Same SW SE ".'.'.'.] 27-15-10 J. A. Hargett Est, Orlg. Sur. SE NE 2-15-11 Sparrell McCal), Lot 3 SE ' 3-15-11 Mrs. M. A. Adkins, Lot 11 SE.'.".! 17-15-11 Ester L. Rusk, W 50' E 200' Lot 21 SE....! 17-15-11 Unknown Lot 44 SE 17-15-11 Eugenia Hale Shontz, SW SW 22-15-11 Robinson & Thomas, Frl All SV, NE ! 4-15-13 Paul Combs, 1 Ac ; SW Cor SW SW. 5-15-13 Chas. T. Orr, NE SE. ; 30-16-10 .•Unknown .-.^ ..... -~ • E of L SW SE 31-16-10 Unknown, S',G NE SE... ,.; •. 31-]C-10 Pearl Moore, 1 Ac. NE Cor EV. NW '.. 28-16-11 Edna Y. Husband, S 1.25 W. End of Lot 1 SE NE 25-16-12 W. C. Buchanan, S 9 A SE NW 18-16-13 Unknown Frl. NW SE 29-16-13 Acres 40 40 40 40 40 20.50 .50 4.50 IS. 55 40 40 44.86 80 40 40 44.47 44.87 10 10 27.68 40 40 2.07 10 .30 40 20 .50 CITV OF BLYTHEVILLE Supposed Owner L. B. Amount Allison Addition Will Williams 7 I 1.00 Jim & Cora Allison 4 2 1.00 Lloyd and Anna 'Macklin- B 3 1.00 James Vaughn .':. 7 3 1.00 Henry Hettan 5 4 1.00 Richard Bradley 5 5 1.00 Louise Cooper 11 5 1.00 Mora McKimiey 13 5 }.ao Ruth Malene Dowell... 2 6 1.00 Mary Vaughn 4 6 1.00 Preston Smith 10 6 1.00 liarles Richardson 13 6 1.00 rrcne Truss 4 7 l.oo ?inis Bobbitt g 7 i.oo Sailer Addition Earl Snider 7 .34 Barron .t Lilly Addition J. J. Johnson II A 60 J. D. Wilhford 18 B .60 40 , 30.78 20 1 1.25 9 1 Leonard Taylor ........ 9 Amount 64.00 6J.OO G4.00 64.00 61.00 1.03 .6 2.24 8.40 IG.flO 57.60 71.77 1D2.00 85.54 86.54 71.30 71.80 10.00 16.00 44.23 1.12 12.80 2. 98 7.61) .25 .10 .3: 9. CO .64 .5b 64.00 49.25 32.00 .48 Ardun Drycnn 3 1 4 1 1 4 4 -1 & 4 Elbert Taylor .10 C Q Dan McGregor 15 C Same 15 c J. W. Chcnoworth 7 D Wes Burlon a Unknown n Bill Vanblbbcr 14 J. S. Wright f Same 2 C. J. Speck 8 Arthur Butler A. J. Baker 6 Maggie Masters fl 2.00 2.88 .a: .60 .60 .so .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 16 CHECK 666 Liquid for Malarial Syjnplomi O.P.A. Releases 25% of Our Entire Stock of Rationed Shoes RATION FREE At a 25% Reduction In Price THIS SALE BEGINS MONDAY, JULY 10, AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL JULY 29. COLORS: White, Blue Tan & Black STYLES: Ties, Pumps, Sandals & Oxfords ALSO NON RATIONED SHOES UP TO $6 PER PAIR AT $3,98 'net's Slipper Shop 202 W. Main Phone 3362 Same Same Snmc Siuuc V E Snlilcr"..."." Knnio Unknown SHJIIO Huge Aildlltou r. M. Bcntlcy .. Cora llnrbcr E. R. llnwklns H. C. ,t Myrtle Savior 1 11 M. L. Morris 8 13 8 13 H. C. Luyson 4 15 Myrtle Scvlcr 5 15 J. H. Jackson c 16 Ohlciico Mill & Lumber Com] 2"<l Addition; Itcvlscd 1'lal of of Blocks 5 *. 6 C. S. Holliwm n c 5 1 8 2 8 5 4 •i » 2 10 .27 .12 .12 .12 .12 .in .12 .12 ,12 .13 .12 .12 .12 .12 .12 .12 .80 .80 .80 .80 .110 .00 .HO .80 .80 iwny N)4 1.00 1.00 Vhlciiga Mill A lAimlicr Company Secoml Addition Coy Qoodson . .. O. V. Scbiiugli 4 1 4 3 6 3 B 3 7 3 •I 5 (i (i •I 7 1 11 1.00 2 11 1.00 . 0 7 •.V.v. I'D 1.00 . 15 W « 0 .50 -. .-- 5 U 1.00 Chlciifio Mill & Lbr. Co. 10 G 1.00 Clih'iiEo ,11111 ,t Lumber Coinpimy Third. Addition U J Carter .; Three Slates Lbr, Co Same . . .. W. 11. Bollon !! Snmc O. B. Wilson !!!!!!!' Cnllic Ti'Mley . . Gallic Trnsley (.'Mckasiuvlm Addition J. H. Fisher Same i...... Laura McClliilock Wfi' '•! 11 S«i»c 8 |., niiiir lluiilds Addition Jeff Waters ,,,.. M i Unknown l>a\ls Firs! Addition O. M. Oruy Jr Davis Srroml Addition N. Johns .., llule Subdivision F. H. Adon llenrn Aildillun Henry Slnijory .; „ Sum Hoc ISslntc 15 1B1' 1 6 3.W lllRliliinil I'liifc Addllloii Minnie liic'wci' ... Carey Woodlmrn . Olive floss lieaion Siimc Same !!!!! lj. M. Ctm|i|icil ... Mrs. ci. 'nicker '.., Ilollaiuhile Addition H. M. Culler Troy Oarner llolllfirlrr-Klionyo Aitdllloi O. Shonyo .\ Louts Hrown !!!" K Nannie Jones .'...13 Carter .| WHITCII • i, L. Bell n J. W. Floyd '.' 3 I! 1.00 •I 1. -10 .•13 a \ i .|o .2(1 .20 .20 .110 .20 " J'l'Kls 15 « .20 ri'uuliir Lots . .Srvllon 15.15-11 M. C, Gentry Jx>l 10 NK .2-1 Irrruuhr Uits - Hfcllon 10-15-11 Ulniiui UniT Pt\ ijE NW .18 Si"" Cosby F,.|, SE NW .« c ' M. l.nlrd ixii r> NW 2.40 W, U. Illll ixn 7 NW 3 . 2a Amanda Nnsli i A. SKCor. NW SW .30 Irregular l.nls - .SiH'llun 17-15-11 \\, M. Mcfailnml lx)l -I NK ,l[) Ami'rlcnn Jihi^, t v I-""" E ijl Ix»l 0 NK 25 .lully .Iddillon J. U. Kvnns a 20 Alllli-r-CirfcnU'c Hnhillvlsloii Mrs. Clyilo On vis ') C', A. Barron ,1 Cliinli's Knnders N 15' 5 Hoy Dlllurcl ....a 52.511' !> .lark Mllrhrll Aihllllim O. UJolnison WriO'N'125'1 K. iMtirrls Addlllon W. T. Matthews i A 1.20 W. T. MiilllK'ws a A l!L'o Unknown sail' M 1'. J. O'Brien SubdlvMoii J. U, Wary Bwllt Morgan Kimbrougli John Holmes licnttie Duiiins - ' l.lw Wilson Muc Chancy Unfits U-mons Ainiindn I,;ui(j AmiuKlu Nash Simio •I, 00 1.00 .110 .•10 l.lti Uuilillu IldKlils Ad Illon H. K. Illaylotk Fjinne . ........ Tom Jackson .. Miii'y sicwnrl . "• W. Mny .... Jw Mni'lln ... J»c Martin Snmc Xeirti O'Brien Mrs. Anthony _ Orliiliiul Survey Mrs. W. M, l>lilUi|is 112 S. C. Craig .11 (J 1 V O. K. Slewnrt ... 1'nili Addlllun Connie Hmlth .1 j P.* C. Kothrock N l-:i"fi-S) n .S. L. 1'oisyllie i t j Sumo ^ o Itcln'n'a Piillot.soii SulnlivLsltui E l-;i 2-3-B 2 Sumo w i-;i '/-a-G 2 ,1. I 1 . I'rldn Snlidlvlslm Kd<vln Knliliisiin Aildilliiii Mary & Wnltcr 'runu'r 1 •! Pearl While .......... '| .| Normii Huwnul 10 0 .00 .00 .HO .110 .III) .110 .fill .'10 .liO .00 GO .(in .110 p (i(| A. Cl. Wheat ,.!!! Maine Hume Hiuiiu 1>. M. Katun ....'., KmmySlite Addition B. K ItdljDits .... Surnh Biickner ... Uiitha Dowell .... John Kwlni! Same Cicero Onle list,. .. C. W. Murphy .... Kli/ji Bryiint Clwixi O^Ie list Annie Wulkw ,.,, .Sumo . Andrew Jojies Snllnce l.ueiis ...', Jiihn Tnylnv Blythevllic Lumber Unknown Hume Unknown Unknown Kumo lilythevlllu l.tmiljcr Unknown Sum Mel.emoi'e .. Unknown ..14 .,15 .: 7 .. C .. 2 .. 0 .JO ..II ..12 .. 1 .'.' 3 .. -I .. I .. a .. 7 ,. 4 .. 2 ., U .. II ., a ,.io .... o ...JO ....11 ....12, 0 .... 0 Co. 2 n .... 1 .... 'I ....:i2 .... i ....37 Co, a ...JO ....H 2:1 CO .00 .n .19 .10 . I'J .20 ;20 .20 .19 .10 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 .00 M .00 .110 ,00 .CO .00 .no .00 .00 .CO .CO .00 .00 .1)0 .IK) .CO .00 .M .110 .CO .GO .CO .00 .'...24 ,2 25 2 .... 4 3 ,....10 3 ,...,11 3 ,..,'.12 3 .,,..13 3 :;,i4 ...15 3 ...16 3 ... 1 4 .,. 2 4 .60-. .60 .« .60 .60 .60' A ,60 .60 .60 ',60 .60 0 2 Some Saijid Unknown . it. L. Atkins .5 Snine Burac Same Same Snmc Same 11. P. Splccr ','. Same Unknown , ','. Town of Ynrliro -Minnie Sndlei „ ^ iiUU Snld sale will be made for i'lie Pin-pose of enforcing a decree ren-, dercd hy the Chancery. Court for said District, nml County on Jan-- umy 31, l»K In n causa wherein Drnlungc District No. 17 was Plnlri- tlir nnd Clnudu Smith and Delln- (IMent, I,ancls were (IcfeiiUanta, for tho enforcement, and collection of luxes foi dm y c «i 1342 together with hllciTOl, pcniiHy. aUo;n(sy'g fees, nnd costs,,the lax being placed op- iwslle cnch trad of land Witness my hnml as such .Com- itil.wionor this 29lh day of June,' HARVEY MORRIS Commissioner Ju chancery. BOOST An Old Blytheyille Boy Janes C. Hale '>nr ' .; ;.;' Prosecuting Attorney <lu:ilinci! Hurt* Kihtrftntcd Convert Albums . A Half-filled Is |ike A i half-equipped SOLDIE "Lick Stamps to Lick the Axis" A HALF equipped soldier isn't ready to fight, and neither is a half filled Stamp Album. Supposing a soldier would turn back after he reached the front lines . . . No! He couldn't do ' ; that! You're depending on him. And so is every man and woman in service for Uncle Sam depending on you '.. depending on you NOT to turn away from, to neglect that half filled album. Maybe it was fun to start your album-to see it grow. But you can't be getting tired of it till Victory is ; ' ours! Get out those half filled stamp-albums. Make it a habit to shop for war stamps ... to take your change in stamps ... and to fill up those half filled albums now! This space is a contribution to America's all-out war effort by Arkansa» Grocer Co. L. K. Ashcraft Co. Joe Atkint Machine Shop L. H. Autry, Burdette A. S. Barboro & Co. Barksdale Ml;. Co. Blythevillc Water Co. The Craiton Co. Delta Implement!, lac. Loy Eich CheTroIet Ct. Gay & Billings, Inc. Guard's Jewelry & Optical Store Halter's Quality Shoe Shop Happy Hour Grocery & Mkt. Hardaway Appliance Ct. Herrick'i Jewelry Hubbard Furniture C«, Hubbard Htriwiri C«. HuddlestonACt." Tom W. Jackson Jiedel's Langstcn-Wroten Co. Cliarles S. Lemonj Planters Hardware Co., Inc. The New York' Stsre Pat O'Bryant Palace Cafe J. C. Penney Ce. Phillips Motor Co. , Robinson Drug; Co. I. Rosenthal, Inc. Rock Saliba Rustic Inn A, G. Shibley Wholesale Grocer* C. G. Smith Floyd A. White ' '''• Zellner's Slipper Shop \

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