The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1944 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 24, 1944
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?A«B Pll HLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.), .COUKIEK NEWS 300,000 Fish Rescued Near Horseshoe Lake LITTLE ROCK, July 22.—Nearly 300,000 game flsli were rescued from bar pits around the Horseshoe Lake area during the .week of July 6-15, T. A. McAnils, secretary of (lie Game and Fish Commission, reported Friday. ',' McAmls said Otto Cummlngs, supervisor at West Memphis, had reported finding many thousands of buffalo, carp and channel cat marooned in pits around the Crlt- tenden County lake, adding that it Bis an unusual occurrence. The Secretary said the fish apparently came from the Mississippi Diver levee area and because of iho high water during last Spring Intel a chance to spawn. '. During the nine-clay period. Mc- Amls said, wardens rescued 21,000 bass, 93,000 crapple, 140,000 bream, 19,000 buffalo, 13,000 carp and COOO channel cat. Osceola Man Promoted To Lieutenant Co/one) : COLUMBUS FIELD, Miss., July 24.—MaJ. Carl M. Harwell Jr. of Osccola< Ark., post surgeon of iho Station Hospital at Columbus Army Air Field, lias been promoted to Jleuicnant colonel. ' Colonel Harwell assumed his present duties here In May o( this year, coining from Maiden, Mo., Air Field. He Is the sou of Dr, and Mrs. C. M. Harwell Sr:, Osceola. Services for Calvin Earle Lynch, farmer of Osceola, Ark., who died at 9:05 'yesterday 'morning at his home, were held this afternoon at National Funeral Home in Memphis. Burial in Byhalia, Miss. He was 10. ' Mr. Lynch was born in Bylialia and was a planter in Marshall Comity, Miss., before lie moved to Osceola 10 yeais ago. He was a Uflpllst. Hunting was his chief recreation. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Mnlc Smith Lynch; [ivc sons, Calvin and Maurice Lynch, bolh of Wilson, Ark.; Gilbert Lynch of Osccola, Ensign Claude Lynch of the Navy and Lieut. Dan T. Lynch ol the Army, and three sisters, Mrs. Bev- nlce Alvls and Mrs, Pearl Gllmer, bolh of Memphis, and Mrs. Eunice Smith of Calera, Ala. Caudle To Seek Postwar Flood Control Projects UTTLE ROCK, July 24. <UPJ- ticece Caudle of Russollvllle will represent Arkansas al (lie National Rivers and Harbors Congress in New Orleans July 20 through the !!8tlt. Caudle was chosen as a representative by the slate flood commission. He says he will attempt to ob- aln adoption of a policy for postwar flood control projects on smaller .streams ami tributaries. Leachville News Mr. nnd Mrs. John Vorder- Iruecgc of Memphis arc guests of his sister, Mrs. C. L. Smith and family. Mr, Vordcr-Bmcgge Is a Memphis attorney. C. L. Smith wns called to Ccn- traliu. III., last nielil because of the death of a longtime friend. He will return home Saturday. Shaver Visits County J. U (Bex) Shaver, of Wynne, candidate lor re-election for llcu- teimiit-govenior, wns n Olytlicvlllc ;.nd Osceola visitor today as he. made a last minute effort to contact voters In this vicinity before tomorrow's primary election. Tliis is a return visit to this county in hchalf ol his campaign for Mr. ShaVcr, Northeast Arkansas lawyer. 4B1JHMI FARM 0 LOANS 4% —No commissions to pay on the highest per acre farm loans available in Northeast Arkansas or Southeast Missouri. COMPARE OUR SERVICE NOBLE GILL AGENCY "Complete Insurance Service" GLENCOE BLDG. PHONE 3131 A Persona! Message The response of the independent voters of Arkansas to my candidacy for Governor is overwhelming. I am thoroughly convinced that the people want experience, mature judgment and economic progress— NOT fanfare, extravagant advertising or political clannishness in the Governor's office. I share the views of my many friends in every county of Arkansas that otirs will be a signal victory for free government at the polls tomorrow. Sincerely, T ERRY HRSI B vL • ^^ | Candidate for Governor Starchy Satins Are Fall's Most Eye-Catching Styles V IIV KI'SIK KINAltl) NKA SlafT Writer NEW YORK. Cutting an unexpected slilnc in print Is starchy satin, which, in stripes us bold us n jockey's shirt or in polka clots as big us dimes, makes some of the most yc-catchlng fashions seen in prc- lewed New York fall and winter ollccllons. Sharp and vivid colorings look as hough they had been set with poser pnlnt. Fuchsia and green keep ompniiy in one stripe combina- lon; purple and pink in another. Drown satin Is sprinkled with blue, Ink or gold polka <lots; emerald reen with yellow. Nor is color all'of the excitement. Clustered like gems in a jeweler's arc beaded buttons, pockets and lecorative motifs, used for HITCH t n formal suits imtl dresses, as you'll ec on Hit' Ilnnscn Bang cocktail nil shown at the right, which la.shes brilliant iiccenls on pockets it top and bottom of the jacket. To sptcc up daytime clothes, sntln s used in limlled areas—as iaiiings nri linings of a jacket, ns a blouse mdcr a somber suit, as a scarf to lick under a chin, as Iho waistcoat, loublct or peplum front that cn- ivens a dark dress.- Good example if dress treatment is the liobcrta- Icslgncd tyack crepe .shown al the eft, which has a set-in pepliim —Political Advertisement front of pink and black stripe satin, gathered and released nl (he belted waistline for silhouette softness. Keeping Up, With The Men In Service Pfc. Jimmy Allen, son of Mr. mid Mrs. n. J. Minn of Blytlicvlllc. now is on Saipiin Island with the Mtirlnc Corps, according to Informal !.in received by his wile, the former Miss Nell Dickinson. The letter, received today, Is the first word from him in two months. Scrgt, Thomas E. Tinker bris arrived In England, where hu is with the Army Ordnance Department. Sergeant Tinker's wife makes. her liotne here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Graham, whilj he Is overseas. His parents. Mr. -and Mrs. H. E. Tinker, also live In Blythcvlllc. i School Council Plans Session At Conway, Ark. CONWAY, Ark., July 24 (UP)— The Arkansas Elementary School Council will hold n two-day session lit Arkniisiis Stale Teachers College, Conway, Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Willie A. Lawson, Arkansas Education Association executive secretary, says the council will attempt to bring up to date the classification and evaluation of elementary schools, and to prepare materials for use by elementary school teachers. Principle speakers will include Arkansas Commissioner of Education rtalph B. Jones and Assistant Education Commissioner T. M. Stinnett. MONDAY, JULY 2-J, 19<M Federal Stickers Must Be Exhibited On Autos LITTLE ROCK, July 24 (UP) — The Federal Internal Revenue Department today opened a state-wide drive to clamp down on automobiles not bearing the federal auto stickers. Collector of Internal Revenue Hoy G. Pnschiil snys-penalty on You Are Cordially Invited to Hear Forming Cabinet Adml. Milsumasa Yonni, above, is one of two "moderates" endeavoring to form a new .Injia- nesc cabinet. His "co-cnbinct- mnkcr" is Gen. Kunlaki Koiso, governor-general of Korea. Bake Better Pastries Read courier News Want Ada. CHICKASAW West Main Near 21st St. Sat. sturls 12:45; Sun. starts 1:15 Nlftit shows 5:45 Kxccpt Monday, opens fi:45 Continuous shows Sat, and Bun, Last Time Today "FLYING TIGERS" ivltli John Wayne A: Anna, Universal News Comedy Tuesday RUDDY NITE 2 Tickets For llic Vrlcc of 1 "CHEROKEE STRIP" with Htcb.ird Dix * Florence Kica All Star Comedy HOMER ADKINS U. S. SENATE CANDIDATE TONIGHT RADIO STATION KLCN and Arkansas Network 8:00 P. M. Also Listen TUESDAY, Election Day 6:30 A. M. On This Station With Shiblcy's Best Flour. . . This fine flour ACTUALLY REQUIRES LESS SHORTENING! A Series of GOSPEL MEETINGS Starting E. R. HARPER Little Hock, Ark. Evanglist Each evening al 8:30 CHURCH of CHRIST Main &• Division Sis. C. E. McCORD Knobcl, Ark. Song Director Come and Spend a Pleasant and Profitable Evening COOLED AUDITORIUM .. for failure to possess and i-Aiiiuiv slickers Is $25. Revenue agents have been conducting n wide-spread campaign on slicker- ess automobiles In Greater Little Hock for the past two weeks. Dcad- liuT i 01 ' lll ' y1 " 8 lhc slickerji Wfls Peach Harvest Begins- 4000 Workers On Hand NASHVILLE, Ark., July 24 (UP) -Harvest of the 800,000 bushel El-' erta peach crop In Nashvlllc-Hifih- nnd area Is underway. I Howard County Agent Paul Ert- dlenion says large-scale operations will begin this week, with 40DO liar-' vestcrs already on hand i An Army unit. In Memphis has film shed 450 tents, COO cob and 25 stoves to b e used in accommo- dathig the workers, who were re- crnltetl from llic counties of Oua- chlla, pike, Sevicr, Hempstead, -lark, Nevada, Garland and !lo- ,'ard. We have plenty of WHISKEY 'Atoll times! CEILING PRICES ALWAYS HASSELL'S WHISKEY STORE 315 W. Main Phone Z531 THEATRE Manila, Ark. Open Saturday & Sunday 1 p. m. Evenings 7 p. m. Selected Sbnrls and News Last Time Today "THE NORTH STAR" with Anne Baxter & Walter Huston RKO News & Comedy Tuesday & Wednesday 'FALCON OUT WEST' with Tom Conway RKO NEWS I.lttlc Lulu Comedy Open 7:30 Show Starti 7:45 Monday Night ONE SHOW ONLY 'Chatterbox' with Joe E. Brown A .Jiuly Canova Fa ram a tint Xcws Short 'Tuesday PAL NITE 'Follow The Leader' with tile East Side Kills . Selected Shorts New Theatre Manila's Finest Shows Nifihlly 8:00 P. M. Matinees Saturday & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System Last Time Today "A GUY NAMED JOE' with Spencer Tracy Fox NEWS & SHORT Tuesday 'BEAUTIFUL BUT BROKE" with Joan il.ivis Serial & Short Ben Laney will be your next Governor because he is the only candidate free from political influence or alliances; the only candi- date possessing the experience to conduct your state affairs on a businesslike basis; the only candidate offering for Governor and nothing else. From every section of the state comes unmistakable word that Ben Laney, farmer- business man candidate, is the man Arkansas will choose tomorrow. The vie- tory will be yours as never before. Be Sure to Vote YOUR NEXT GOVERNOR —Laney Campaign Committee

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