The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1944 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY,; JULY- 2\i, 1044- Sergt. Fowlston Now Stationed 'n New Guinea H Tech. Sergt. Dalton Fowlston does any singing these days it will Jje In the jungles of New Guinea. . The former laboratory technician •>l the Blylhevllle Army Air Field hospital now Is carrying on his diilie.s with (lie Medical Corps at an advsiiucd. pwt In New Guinea where he recently arrived, lie has Indicated in letters to Mrs Fowls- toil who makes her home al 1101 Chlckasawb avenue. • A former professional singer In New York City, Sergeant and Mrs. Fowlston are well known here for Hielr musical work. They participated In many religious musical programs In Blythevllle churches, Sergeant Fowls ton as a vocalist and Mrs. Fowlston as pianist and organist. While Sergeant Fowlston Is overseas Mrs. Fowlston will remain In Blythevllle where she teaches music. Memorandum From U. S. Rfsented By Argentina WASHINGTON, July 20. (UP)Argentina resents the implications contained in a memorandum from the United States toother American republics, defining its policy toward the Argentine Government Willkie Role Worries GOP BLYTHBVILLB (AKK.) COUHZKK .NEWS 't HY S. BURTON HEATH ALBANY, N. Y. — Apparently Governor Dcivey Is cither Impervious or oblivious to the strain, If a") 1 . Perhaps Wendell Willktc is, too. But a lot of lay Republicans and probably some Democrats wish something would break the existing iinpns.se nnd disclose what part the IS40 Manclard-bcnrcr is going io in (he 1944 election., Polls, primaries and Hie parly , convention appeared to demonstrate that (lie netiubllenii electorate preferred Governor Dewey lo Mr. Will- Kle, Nevertheless, Uicro Is u very large segment that respects tlie latter highly, ami substanilal bgdy Qf voters witli Vhom his stand, if not , , m |g),t be influential, Governor Dowey shies away from any attempt to gel Mm to discuss the Willkie situation, jrt should ue noted, however, DEMOCRATS WANT THE BRb'ACH WIDENED Democrats and, other Roosevelt supporters how Hint the present breach can be kept open or even wnil1 c(i i- ,' II " !v ' W0lllc! like -to 'see Willkie bolt tack lo his old pnrty or take an ostentatious walk tor the miration of ihe campaign, Realists doubt (hat this will occur, conceding that Mr. \villkte nU . y " ccre "'W'wouW sub- oirtinale personal ndvantagc to principles, they Insist tlmt ho "wouW lose every oossibllity of oiittlng Mross hts beliefs if ho were ellhef °'' l ° "' alk - Tlle ' '"'. ns desiie. tl •">!»> ., politically. cll " lcull l' appears to be 'in the first lie does so , , without prejudice, leaving (he door open for Mr. Wlllklc to do this year what Mr. Dewey did In 19-10. Then, it win be recalled, Dcwcy appeared jo have the nomination pretty well sewed up. At the lost minute an almost evangelical wave Willkie into the candidacy gasping on the Among politicians and newspaper men it was no secret that Dcwcy was burned to a crisp. For n few days he sizzled, off the ' record} ex- and left Dcwey snore. KW fim " h v s e rst contact without embarrassment to tel IhS'n DW •!»«"• «o feel that ihcir leader went as far he well could when, nt Ills first ,f ' onr « rcn « n'ter the nomlna- Wi li , ' "',"•' • nsketl: " Wl " Mr winkle be invited Into conference on campaign strategy?" • CCnBlnlj ' h ° l>C '° C °" S , cent for one betrayal of confidence. I'hen he calmed down and went :o work for tlie man who had done Blienos Aires officials frankij s j>y the Argentine ambassador to Washington, DC. Adrian Escobar, *" "-I/*K tut- me man y/no no, has. been recalled because of the! 1 "'" out of the nomination.- memorandum, sent abroad by Sec- DEWEY LENT WILLKIF retary of state Hull. While Hull has not made public what was contained in the message t is understood he differentiated between nations in this hemisphere winch have aided the United Nations a»d those which have aided the Axis. Hull, u Is reported, charged that Argentina has undermined solidarity in u, e western Hemisphere. But Hull took pains to differentiate . also between the Argentina Cjtvernment and the Argentine peo- Relatives Slain By Japs, Flier Wants To Repay Foe Shu Wine Oc, a civilian pilot of ATC Class 44-4 at the BAAP, Is almost ready to pay a debt he owes to some people he has never .seen and whom he hates. .Now in training at the" 'BAAP, oee, an American of Chinese descent, wlill receive his appointment and wings as a flight officer within a lev/ weeks. Then, this former Louisiana state University Student who has been employed as a civilian pilot instruv- tor for the Army nt Cam den, Ark for the last ycn r and a half, intends lo^ settle his obligations. "My lather is in tlie laundry business in New Orleans and was m America," explains Gee But tiie Japs killed most of my People at Canton in Central China I want to go to the land of my ancestors as a military pilot I "'ant to 'pay off those Japs ".-,' Read Courier KBWI want Ad*. PK°| RHEUMATIC PAIN - Win I Nillclli Ih.t .III P7.YI It'll" If you suffer from rheumatic pain or muscular aches,buyC-2223 today for real pain-relieving help. 60c, M Caution: Use only as directed First bottle purchase price refunded bs urugfist if.notsatisfied. GetC-2223 Political Announcements . TB» ocattle News fcii i»«n »n- thorlad to »nnoiaioe the foUowlnf candidacies, nibject to th« : Democratic primary Us August 1 STATE REPRESENTATITI ALENE WORP (for re-election. Post No 3) W. J. WtiNDEBLICH (for le-eleptlpn, Post NO. l) J. liEB BBABDEN <for re-election, Post No. I) UJCIEN E. COLEMAH K.' O. "GENE" : FLEEMAN i (Post No. 4) PROSECUTING ATTORNEY 4 IVIE C. -SPENCER MARCUS FIETZ (For Re-election) T JAMES C. HALK SHKRIFF AND COIXK7IOB HALB JACKSOK (for re-elecUon) w. w. (BDDDY) WATSON COUNTY TBEA8DBEB R. B. (8KEET) STOUT MISS DELLA PDRTLS COUNTT JTJBGK ROLAND OREEN (foi re-election) Dwiornr a BLACKWOOD CIRCUIT COURT CLEM HARVEY MORRIS T. W, POTTEM (for re-election) ~- ' •—— Sprin; and Snmmer T U N S - U j» SaTe Gasoline . . . ga Te Tires. Get AH-rqund Better Performance! T I. SEAT MOTOR CO. Chrjiler Dt»Iet r»rt« * B«m<» 0\ W, A* Fittxu 11K WE FILL ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAFE TOD MONET STEWART'S Drif St»r e * Uk» n*it EOS Roaches, Rats and Mice eliminated. Contract service In pest control Biddle Exterminators Free Estimates. US 8. Third Phone 2751 ADVISEKR .When Mr. .winkle's enrly cnm-- iwien tlircatcned to explode from Inck of managcinenl, like a tnrikcr of aviation gasoline hit by a torpedo, Mr. Dewcv gave leave of nb- sence to hus |)ersonal publicity mini Lemoj'iie Jones, to help out. He lent the services of hLs personal adviser on government finnnce, Elliott V. Bell, now his superintendent of banks. He took 16 the slump for tlie Willkie ticket, making Uyo speeches near New York City and two mid- western [rips In tlie coiirse'or which ne spoke in Saginaw, Pittsburgh Peoria, CaUlwell, Idaho, Kansas Cit- nnrf Cleveland. The grounds for personal bitterness between the two men were no ess then than they are now- the buses of their phllosohical ilisasree- nient probably were greater Inasmuch as Mr. Willkie was a foremost 'Interventionist . wliile Mr. Dewey at that time leaned against intervention. Therefore Repnbliacns including many of M r . Willkie's more ar- rtent adherents in 1940 and up lo the lime, lie stepped out of this year's race, wonder what formula can be found for bringing the two men together now, for the good of the party and, as they see it, for the good of the country. leaders of ihc Republican"pnriv a id receive the benefit oflholr ml- vice, he replied. "Including Willkie?" . Certainly," Mttl Ml . ncwcv Arkansas Guardsmen To Get New Uniforms . - " ~ '" . >-"<U)glll£ fl'OIll !("l old Civilian Conservation Corps- type Clothing to full military hilt ||- menls, Col. Hendrlx Luckoy, st" i- cpmmimdcr. sale! yesterday. . The last shipment- of c.'othliv ib outfit enlisted men with winter nntl summer uniforms- has been received c"ll d*? Olt ' C0 ° clollll " B ts ' belll B He said equipment is being received (o "vastly Increase the firepower" of the state militia • While militias hiwe been-considered only reserve force.? (o ihelp protect the country against possible Jiiviulon they now'are concerned with maintaining Internal security, he said. Grandmother Serving s WAC At Blythcville Pfc. Ernestine C. Nix, of Hot . . , o o springs, Ark., an automotive clerk Prlwile Nix' grandson was born n year ago, while his falhcr was serving with Ih 0 Scnbcos In tlie Caribbean, if he follows lit the footsteps of the rcsl ol Ilio family, it won't be longc before he loo will ue hi service, in addition lo his father and Brandmolliel-, he ' also has a eiawlfiUhcr in uniform. Chief Slilp Fitter willlniu Nix, a veteran of naval service in World Wnr' l, FACE THKKi nils been on ncilve war since December, 1042 nnd Is , (lie South Pacific. Robinson Is warned to uppeiir in lhe chancery Court fo (ho Clilcknsawba District of Mis- sissippi County, Arfcnnsns, within , , thirty days after the dnte hereof Orlishmlly M5, Hoys and ulrls mudcls. Sturdily built fur lone wciir. llftruhrly SO.O'i. These are tolld ojk «tt >Vh|te with'trim. e ereo to answer n complaint filed against her by Jessie u i?olj| tl son. D tills 18th day of July, IIJH IMRVKV MOIiUlS Chancery court Clerk. Reid & Evrard, Attorneys for Plaintlll. NOTICE 0V ClltANTING OK Notice is hereby given that the Commissioner of Revenues of Die State of Arkansas hn.s Issued « permit, No. 1OT to i/niis Applebaum to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous llciuors for beverage at rplnll on the premise.'! described ns m S 3iK) St., Blylhevllle, Ark. Tills pennil Issued on Hie 1st da or -July, ia-n ami expires on th 30th day of June, W5. Louis Applebaum Permittee 7119-21 Relieves heat raih ond prkkly fieol. Soolhei lIcMng of hcol- 'ng lunburn. Coili lilll>. Col MEXSAM SOOIHIHG MtQICMLD WINDOW GUARDS ami , • METAL WEATHERSTRIPPING ' Now Available. "•' Phone 551 For Estimate, ' E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Saipan Boss With Saipan under complete U. S. Array control, Maj.-Gen banderford Jarman, above, has been given command of this former Jap stronghold Hulk- . ing, 6-foot, 4-inch Gen. Jarman is an artillery veterari of World War I, since then has special-: izcd In anli-aircraft work is considered one of-the Army's : .,,- top men in this field. - i ALTERATIONS! Co™ to Hudson's for alterations of all kinds, all times 6X P«* seamstresses on duty a* H U DSX)N Cleane^-Tailor^Clofhier " FARM 0 LOANS —No commissions to pay on the highest per acre farm loans available in Northeast Ar- kansas or Southeast Missouri. COMPARE OUR SERVICE NOBLE GILL AGENCY 'Complete Insurance Service" GLENCOEBLDG. PHONE 3131 Read Thursday's Courier For Complete Details On FEINBERG'S GREAT JULY CLEARANCE HIGHEST QUALITY...IOWIST PRICES,,, DIAMOND POINT ROOFING Tile 'Red,' Forest'(Jreen,!Blue Ulerid. 077 Hi'Kiiliirly 2,<W per roll. Noyv'•'.".... .'.'. .". .'..'..: *•! 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