The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 3, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 3, 1944
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Crump Pledges f^fty Loyalty Political Leader !' 'Says Tennessee To Stick With F.D.R. [ MEMPHIS, Aug. 3 (UP)—Shelby Oimty aiid Tennessee political lead- pr E' p Crump is" dispelling rumois patiTennessee might Join a resurgent^ ^roup opposing the reelection f of President Roosevelt and the elec- Mton'of Truman If Crump sojs that Ihc Tennessee j Democratic organization will biel, I the Roosevelt -Truman ticket This \\«s the political leader's first public utteiainje'^slnce Tennessee's delegates . \$ • flie national convention made* vigorous efforts to place Governor- Cooper's name in the vice presidential ling , Crymp's statement follows Hie publication of a letter from Shelby County Attorney General will Ger- Iber A a Chicago paper Gerbei took "issue i \utli the pajier for including 1 Crump in an editorial referring to the 'KeUjs, Hagues, Fljnns and Crumps" The attorney general pointed out in his letter that this alleged combination had no influ- ence'on the Tennessee vote The state's final balloting continued to show 26 votes foi Cooper BLYTHEVK-LB .V .COURIER Work To Stc^rt ' Soon On Bridge Near Memphis . MEMPHIS, Aug.' 3. (UP)—Work on the substructure of the new four- lane highway bridge across the Mississippi at Memphis is expected to start within the next few days.- E. H. Crump, chairman of the Arkansas and Tennessee Bridge Commission, received information regarding the project from Tennessee's Senator K. D. McKellar. McKellar says he has been assured liy Thomas H. MacDonald, uuWld roads admlnlslralor^ tlml the WJir Production Board will make critical materials iwallaMc for the construction Job. Tree In Stevens Yard Produces 'Big Peaches Big peaches don't always come from fine trees, Postmaster .Ross Stevens lias discovered, He lias n peach (lee In his back yard that was a volunteer Elberta seedling and It now 1ms a crop of peaches that would make any orchardlst swell with pride, although the tree' has not had the proper care of reg» ulnr spraying and pruning. Mr. Stevens picked one peach from the tree that weighed an even 14 ounces. Mnily others ore Just about as large. "Prom now on I'm going to take care of that tree," he told the Courier News yesterday.. Annual Band Camp Opens 'CONWAY, Ark., Aug. 3. (TJP)_ One hundred and forty band musicians and directors have registered at the annual Dixie band, camp nl the Arkansas camp at the Arkansas Stale Teachers College. In Con- An Army ordnance 4,000 pound Blockbuster" bomb Cosls $778. There were 9,080,000 uorkeis on American. farms on April 1, about .three per cent below the same date a jear ago Sees Again §gt FoiresJ L Vosla, above, of' f itoma, N Y , who was blinded and partially paialvzed in a' flying Foitiess raid ovci Blcm . pn , last December, will 'see", ^wlien President Roosevelt pins the, Congicssional Medal of Honor on his tunic, thanks lo' six momhs of Aimy medical! •miiacles Radioman Voslci, his' eyqs gouged by steel fragments, both legs paialjzed und ;pieces ol steel in his chest and : hand, continued »sending nil SOS until his phnc crashed into the water, whcioupon lie ciauled out on a \\injj, icsciied an.even moie badlj wounded f-T^—^* Jjunnoj. «-,,„>•, HEAR FULBRIGHT '^^W'V./JJ^.vVKt^ Tj-sFv^ ' * " I...I . ' v ; J* > r «" ^-^ V. ,)t W. (illl) rUL»RlGHT TO-NIGHT August 3 ! 9:30 P. M. OVER i KARK and ARKANSAS NETWORK Speech by BILL FULBRIGHT Candidate for ; U. S. Senator ' | Abo Over • KLRA of 9:30J>. M. RE^BROADCAST I Friday, Aug. 4, 'if KLCN BlythcYilje, 7:30 a.m. ^IULBRIGHT -f'f- CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE , |,< \ { —Political Advertb*ment BELOW <EILINC SPECIALS Shibleys Best 25 ibs. No. 2 Can CORN "c";,, 2 13 PORKS BEANS 12 CARNATION ,•'" : , CORN FLAKES "Sf 8 12' CRACKERS 17 C No. 2 Can. COFFEE COFFEE Aristocrat I'onnd I2c 27' Ch ™,!±"'™ SWANSDOWN Cake Flour' 30' 29 C KRAFT DINNER 10' SALT Carey's >'! Hoxes 10 C We are pleased to announce that W. A. y"Red" Bickerstaff is \ now in charge of our , meat market. SAUSAGE 100 % Pure Lb. , Brookfield Quarters ibBOc ib. 47c SPARE RIBS £',',:„ 24 GROUND BEEF „:;::; ,26 BRISKET STEW ,,„. 24' BACON n,,,^,, 39' FRANKS WEINERS BOLOGNA Rest Grade. Lb. All OOc Moat. Lb. 00 All Meat. Lb. 29 C PLENTY GRADE A BEEF Home Grown CRUDER PEAS, STRINGBEANS LETTUCE LEMONS Fount) . Full Heads. Pound Pound Tender Roasting Ears Each 12 17 10 14' Elbcrla Freestone CARROTS EGGPLANT GRAPEFRUIT POTATOES ONIONS 2 Hunches Pound California 15' 15' 9 c U. S. No. I r Red. Pound v] While or lied. Pound 5' THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1944 way. The students are organized Into three bands, with both full band and sectional rehearsals scheduled each day. Also planned for the camp Is a downtown parade and a concert on the courthouse lawn in Con- way, The camp will close August 12 with the public concert. Scouts Attend Camp WILSON, Aug. 3. — Members of , . . Boy Scout Troop 33 who arc at tending Camp cedar Valley this week are Cmtls Coburn, Junior Hale, Charles Htirndcii, D.ivkl Morris, Hai-old Perry and Blllic Teal. India has the largest system of artificial irrigation, watering some 53,000,000 acres. Country Club Crackers are the. dim Stiralogn Slyle ,, . not diimfy, olil-faihioned sqttnrts. They're ciisper . . , "conlrol-baked" for Ihty lexliitc and iidi-goM color. They're fresher .. .. because of Kroner's exclusive "double pack"—open one package, (he oilier slays fresli. BAK-8997-4 col BUTTER EGGS SUGAR Grade A, Large Dozen 5 Pound Paper Bag No. 2 Standard Searchlight G Koxcs GRAPEFRUIT JUICE , IBO , GREEN BEANS MATCHES SALAD DRESSING PEACHES ONIONS TOMATOES Large Juicy Sunkist Large Size Stalks Large heads Iceberg and MUSTARD GREENS and GREEN ONIONS Elbertas, Freestone Fresh Grown Heads Sweet Yellow Bermudas Home Grown 2 Ibs. 2?C - sfalk 9C bunch lOc bunch 5c Ib. lOc. Ib. 6c 3 Ibs. 19r Ib. lOc OLEO' TUMBLERS c ff G 25 SOAP t, re 5 SPAG'ET DINNER 25 BORN FLAKES ^ 5 /1NEGAR 1 TC1 " * Cans ....... table dressed .....-..--•-. -ib. ; ONES lean and meaty . . ... Ib Y CHEESE. GROUND BEEF, Fresh 'doily BEEF ROAST, Chuck or shoulder, Grade A . . Ib. PORK ROAST, Shoulder . . . ... . Ib VEAL ROAST ::::;;. ; : . poun - d PORK SAUSAGE, 100% pure . . . . . . . Ib. SLICED BACON, Besr Grades, . . . . . . Ib. COTTAGE CHEESE . . ; . . . . . . p0 und L . C 14 IB ttKUeEK JBERTY SUPER MKT. I piGGiy wiGGiy ^^^DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE \ TW ™o"ooo 7 Bu J «>y Kroger brand Item, like ft u well u or better NOMIOM \ t b aB anjp O tb er> or r «tura nnueeJ portion In original container and w« will 'give jro« double your money back. ft fa ^ 0

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