The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1944 · Page 3
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.WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, I'M Candidates Will |Nof Stump State jAdkins, Fulbright *To Appeal By Radio And Newspapers L1T1 LE ROCK, Aug. 2 (UP)-H I looks as If the |>re-nm off cum- Jpaign for senator from Arkansas Is I going tu be a quiet affair, at least 1 neither Congressman J. W. Ful- Ibrlghi nor Governor Homer M. I Adkins will stump the state in I search of votes. 1 But outside of Uie fact that they I won't conduct speaking tours over I the state, the campaign is showing I signs of rapidly becoming u very I hot contest. Adkins has been fir- ling broadsides at Fulbright via the I dally' newspapers for the past week. I And Fulbrlght has answered most lot the attacks word for word. 1 Both of the candidates are busy | "wooing" those voters who support- led Senator flattie W. Caraway and [Colonel T. H. Barton in the prcf- I erential primary. And they're try- I Ing lo win the votes of several [thousand voters who skipped the I preferential but will cast votes In [the run off. | Political observers believe that | next Tuesday's vote will lie much I heavier than the 185.000 preferential vole. They base their belief on tlic fact that two years ago the run off vote nearly doubled the 1 preferential vote. I An Arkansas beauty. Miss Doris I Jean Love of Joiiesboro. will speak I over the radio in behalf of Adkins 1 tonight. Miss Love holds the title I of "Miss Arkansas" and was a rim- I tier-up in famous 'Miss America" beauty contest. Adkins has also added a former Barton worker, j. c. Moore of El Dorado, to his campaign staff. And I Mrs. J. Bryan Sims, wife of the ecftM candidate for governor, will j'.'k ''n Adkins' women's division. FulbriglH will be honored nl Springdale Saturday night, and at El Dorado Friday night. Flat Lake Women I To Raise Funds For Club House Construction of a club house for members of the Flat Lake Home Demonstration Club long lias been the goal of women of that community. And' the dream is Hearing I reality, for construction of the! building will be started soon, if' plans of club members materialize. In order lo raise additional funds for the work, club members will sponsor a fried chicken supper to i be served tomorrow night at the American Legion hut, beginning at G:30 o'clock, and continuing un- I til 8:30 p. m. Flying Canine On Visit Home Reported AWOL LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 2 (OP) — "Raunchy," a veteran of 182 combat missions In the Far East, Is missing. Sergt. Doyle W. Goforth of Little Rock, a tail gunner on a Flying Fortress, brought his dot', "Rami- chy," home with him when lie came to Little Rock on furlough. Then Goforth reported lo n. rest hospital In Florida, But now "Raunchy" has disappeared, and Goforth is trying all means to locate him. Erai (he police are on the lookout for the pooc.li. Goibrth thinks maybe "Raunchy" Is just visiting some of his canine friends to tell them about his adventures miring those 182 missions. But Hi,, sergeant would appreciate it If "Raunchy" reiwrtcd once In a K'JHle, so lie wouldn't worry so much. The flying canine is described ns of "uncertain breeding." Goforth says the poocli is brown, sllckhair- ed, and lias n big head and a fun- •ly walk. The Little nook police arc keeping an eye on Utlle Rock's municipal airport. For a lot of big Flying Porlresses land out there every day, and "Raunchy 1 might be trying lo bum a ride. Temperatures High Low Atlanta 84 70 Augusta 87 70 Birmingham 84 68 Charleston — 59 Charlotte 78 fo Chattanooga 89 r>8 Chicago 94 CB Cincinnati 90 (il Denver 95 53 Detroit pi 72 Jacksonville 85 72 Kansas City 88 '10 Macon .- 37 70 Memphis 03 VO PLYTIUSVjLLLE .(ARK.),' GOURJJUI JJBW8 Old Age Assistance Cases Are Increasing LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 2 (OL>) -A monthly report miidc by tlic Sttito Welfare Department shows an increase of 110 cases of old nee assistance In August over July. Also six new eases of aid to (lie blind have been grunted, Ijut aid lo dependent children hits been emitted 2D fewer caws than Inst month. The report shows dial ;i totnl of a little over $025,000 will 1>« nakt In assistance grnntji as compared to $019,000 in July. Arernge assistance grant this mouth Is $18.11. him so badly." Whiflcmore ts expected to enter private employ- men I, j _Sta te Worker Resigns . LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 2 (UP) — Supervisor J. M. Whittemore of I the beverage jnc] cigarette tux di- I mjon of tlic Arkansas Revenue iruncul has resigned Ills post, eflcctive Aug. 16. Revenue Commissioner Murray I B. McLeod says Whittemore attempted to resign several months ago, but agreed to stay on because, \ ns McLeed pu's it, "we needed WINDOW GUARDS and METAL WEATHERSTRIPPING Now Available. Phnnc .^^L For Estimate. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Bake Better Pastries With Shibley's Best Flour... This fine flour ACTUALLY .'REQUIRES' LESS SHORTENING! I REALIZE IVEBEEN ESPECIALLY TOP/VV 50 BUY PEPPER AND TAKE IT our OF ALLOWANCE Seniors To Be Trained In Physical Education CONWAY. Ark.. AUK 2 (UP)- A statewide physical education work- shf)> will be held at Arkansas State Teachers College All);, 1 lo 12. Jeff Farris, dlrectov of physical education at the college nml 11 liicm- ber of the State Department of Education .stuff will be director Purpose or the workshop Is (o (nun high school senior boys and Blrls. In an etforl to help solve Ihc shortage of physical education Instructors In high .schools. Miami 85 74 Montgomery 09 79 New Orleans '. 95 yj New York 91 75 San Antonio 100 l;i Savannah (57 70 Tampa ] fla 7S Washington gi; 73 Dallas 102 Houston jog Jacluon 95 Little Rock '.'.'.'.'.'. 93 15 Shreveport '.'..'.'.'. 83 8( 'I'allahassce 90 59 (Ferrying Flight Becomes Really Exciting Affair A Hth AIR 1'OHCU BASE IN CHINA, Aug. '2. (Ul>)—When Cflpt. Irvln lirlckson of Oakland, Ciillf., set out on a ferrying mission over | China recently, he didn't think nny- , thing exciting would huppcn. 1 He dldn'l know beforehand thai he would shoot down two Jap plnucs, | or that lie would be shot down himself, und llnally be rescued from u coolie mob by Chinese soldiers. It was Just going to IK another routine flight, lirlckson and several oilier pilots were Hying In formation when Kr- ickson's plane fell behind with n broken cooling .system. He hud no radio compa.sfi or radio. At this point he saw live 'Jap bombers. Erlck.son Id loose with till he hail. One enemy piano burst into Humes mid wont down. II crushed on the edge of the town tlic Japs were bombing. > Then Krlekson closed in on another plane and made Iwo attacks. Like the other, that plane crushed In llames. In the buttle, one of tha Nip gunners hit Erlekson's engine, ivml he'landed his plane In a rice Hold. An enemy plane begun diving nnd strafing but Erickson e injury by hiding in MIC mud. Krlcksou thought ho WHS cufc, but ho hadn'l reckoned with Chinese wlllcs who mistook mm for „ ,,„,,. n i !'"!* """ °" lllc llcml - Wlit'n and bad,T lo "1> orrlml ' IM lo Jusl will, a two to the Chinese division where tlic commanding Kollm , Blx)tot!l ^ ' r ™ Icn '''• S ,' B '' k ' )csollwns( ' A ""- | « | to c nearest communlciillon Junction. l>i>tA from i,t s routine Dynamite Explosion Fatal To Missourian LITTLE HOCK, Aug. a (UP) _ wmy-slx year nkl PiUlli, Van l-car wn.t falnlly.Injured In « ( |y. immlto oxplosloti while ut work nciif Mtile liocfc yeslwlay. lie «us removed to a hosiiltnl followlni- tin. nccWenl but dlwl shorlly uller ar- vlnu there. Lcnr was u unlive of Iroiulale Mo., b\)t hud lived In Arkiinuu ,'i n: thu past ati ypnrs. He h sitrvlvtil by JiLs wife, llirco dnughters, unit one son who Is In Die Senbces nuw overseas. PAGE WAIiNINO ()Ki>KK Koblnson Is warned (« In (ho Chancery court for (ho C'hk'kasawfoa Dlslrlcl of Mt s . slsslppl County, Arkansas, wlttiisj Ilihly days after (he cluie luwof to answer a complaint Died iigiiiim her by Jcsslo L. Koblnsun. i) a t w i Do You Wont To Sell Your Property or Business?— If So LIST IT WITH US FOR SALE! SX'K'SSn." *> TOM LITTLE REALTY GO I'lione 8C1 „ Ilavo Buyers Hilillo It. David, Salesman For Investments. tills Ifllh day of July, JGI4, I1AHVUY MOUUIS Chancery Court Clerk, Held & Kvrard, Attorneys for I'lnlnllff. ______ , 7|1D.20-B12-B MINOR SKIN IRRITATIONS IrlwHITE PtTROUUM JEIU , FAR M 0 LOANS 4% Present Loans Refinanced. Liberal Property Valuation. COMPARE OUR SERVICE v NOBLE GILL AGENCY "Complete Insurance Service" GLENCOE BLDG. PHONE 3131 Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEKK-DAY NIGHTS Ba.v Office Opens 8—Show Slurls ul 8:IS. SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS ' Box Office" Opens 1 Show Starts 1:15 Have Equipment Fixed Now— PAY THIS FALL Have (raclors and farm implcrtjcnts overhauled and repaired NOW while parts can he secured and our shops can do the work • . . DON'T WAIT FOR THE RUSH SEASON. We'll take fall billing on the charges. Delta Implements, Inc. Last Time Today 'MILLION DOLLAR KID with The East Side Kids RKO Neivs >6 Comedy Thursday and Friday "HENRY ALDRICH BOY SCOUT" «ilb Jimmy I.ydnn as Henry Aldricl. "Attack" (Battle of New Britain) Released through OWI as actually photographed by u. S. Signal Corps Tbis is a 54-inrmilG short feature released through the Office of War fn form a lion to be shown lo our- patrons without extra cost! PARAMOUNT NEWS Open 7:30 Show Start* 7:45 Wednesday & Thursday ~ -i.-j'Ste'yby V»3',Ci Pfi--;t Kitttfd byCHACLES LAMONT ^iowi'.e fW L «:, KEN GOLDSMITH A UNIVERSAL PICTURE News of Ihc I).iy Short Whitsitt's Invites You To Attend A Fashion Previ For Fall 1944! Como soo the preview of all that's fashionable for Fall at Whitsitt's. Advance Fall suits, smooth, sim- plo, superbly tailored. Smart new coats in tailored and fur trim models. Stunning new bonnets to wear with every Fall outfit. Also Gloves, Wool Mittens and accessories. We've stocked our store with the '; pick of fashion releases from America's most famous ' makers .. See thorn this week—you'll want'them all! r On-the-job Fashions for BACK TO COLLEGE or BACK TO WORK! College and career girls! Come see the news in Fall jackets (we've literally hundreds), skirts, vests, and sweaters! Start right now to select your Fall wardrobe. We've your size in an imposing array, all just made for each other. Miss Whitsitt's Shop "See What's New At Whitsitt's" A Small Deposit Will, Reserve Your Selection! :

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