The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 5, 1944
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SATURDAY; AUGUST 5, • 194-1 Coifon Ginners Study Industry Three-Day Meeting . j| Is Closed Thursday * At Porrageville I'CHTAGEVILLE, Mo., Aug. 5.- linpiovemeiit of cotton, quality and the lowering of production -and processing costs were singled out «s Hie dominant' themes of the : Iliree-diiy Southeast Missouri Gin- Hers' sliort course which closcit , here Tlmreday. A biirbcquc luncheon served al the Swift & Co. oil mill here, was Attended by more than 200 sinners from Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee and Illinois who have been attending the three-day meeting in order to Irani the latest "wrinkles" In the business. Ginners heard Charles A, Bennett ot the Cotton 'testing Laboratories of Stoncvllie, Miss., pa Thursday describe the technical changes that arc coining in the uin industry and how the sinners may adapt their plants to absorb the changes. He also conducted a forntn for Kiimers who had problems to present. Ronnie p. Grcenwcll of Hayti president: of (he Arkansas-Missouri Ginners' Association, opened Hie program Tuesday with preliminary remarks with J. R, pm,)ij,i Ki university of Missouri extension specialist in field crops, being in charge or the session, others on the program Tuesday «er c Fred P. Johnton, technician of Sioneville, Miss.. J. C. Oglesbee, specialist of the Department of Agriculture from : Atlanta, and A. and M. Peiidleton Department of Agriculture spcdni- ist. in gimiing from Dallas. : George B. coalc of the National Cotton Council in Memphis discussed the cotton situation at \Vedi iicttlny's meeting, urging that gin- i ncrs use their influence to improve i ,,-^e quality of cotton by iiUroduc- :., .(JIloil of one-variety communities, : -'and also seek to help farmers lower cant of production in order thill cotton may compete with synthetic ! fillers when the war is over. F. R. Gerties of the • Stoncvillc laboratories iv'iis a featured speaker at Thursday's session, held in the Portage Higli School auditorium, in which lie discussed how ginner.s may improve their ginning practices to meet textile requirements and thus improve the quality of the yarn. During the first two days of the sessions, ginners •• listened to the lecture section of (he program during tile morning and visited nearby Bins in the afternoons for practical demonstrations of time - saving equipment and devices. ' High point of the closing session Thursday was a barbeqiie furnished Ihe ginners by officials o[ Swift >V Co., which has cotton oil mills In Portageville, Mo.; Cario, 111., and Blythcville, Ark. Temperatures . . High Atlanta ............. ... 86 Birmingham ......... .. 81 Charleston . ....... '. ... 80 Chattanooga ........... 89 Chicago ......... ....... 02 Cincinnati ....... . ____ ,. 93 Denver ...... , ......... 55 Detroit ...... ........... pa Kansas city ..... ....... 101 Memphis .............. 89 Miami ..; ........... '. .. 75 Montgomery ..... '...'... 79 New Orleans ....... , . 00 New York .......... '..... 99 : San Antonio ... ...... , 99 • . .......... .... Washington' ...... ..'..''.. 94 . Dallas ............ ; ..... 102 Jackson ... .93 Little Hock :\'.\' .'.".'.'.'.'.'.' 82 Low CO 12 71' 72 09 73 59 73 CG 71 67 71 76 79 70 74 76 79 72 74 At the Hoipitali WINDOW GUARDS and -,.-.•:/,; METAL '•• ^WEATHERSiTRIPPlNG ™ •' Now Available. Phone &\ For Estimate. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. . Walls Hospital Ailmlllrcl-, Jo Ann Adnlr, city. Mrs. O. V. Arnold, city. Davis Coljb, city. Mrs. Earl Bciison, Stecle, Mo. Tommy Craig, city. Dismissed— Monti Joy dailies, city. ' ' Mrs. w. L. Burnhnm mid baby Stcelc, Mo. Willie Mac Hnll, Black Oak. Blydicrille Hospital Dismissed— ' .... Glenn liny. city. Gordon Ray, city. Mrs. -P.. a. Whistle 'niiri baby, HI 1, city. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted- Nancy McFatridgc. Bassett. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted— Born lo Mr. and Mrs.. W. S. Mul- kcy, Osceola, a daughter. BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.); COURIER NEWfl Crittenden May Back Fulbright Hale Also Reported Gaining Strength As Election Ncars MARION, Ark., Aug. 6.-No opposition being Had by county officials for re-election, interest o( CrlUen- dcn County electors lit Tuesday's Democratic primary will be centered on the senatorial race and the contest,for prosecuting attorney of Hie Second Judicial District. J. W. "Dili" Fulbright, who led voting in (lie Senate race in the preferential,' is expected to again receive the majority of county votes, receiving many of those ci\sl foi Col. T. 11. Barton ill (lie preferential. Reports throughout the district Indicated Hint Jnines C. Hiilc of Marion, Crlttcnclen's state representative, Is gaining f i>VO r in his ninoil contest against Marcus • Pieta of Joncslwro for the prosecuting uttor- ney's post. Mr. 1'letz Is.nsklng reelection for a third term and in a flnnl campaign drive Mr. Hale is urging voters of the district to uphold the Democrnllu policy of |iri- mlUing officials to-serve'two terms Bake Better Pastries With Shibley's Best Flour....: This fine flour ACTUALLY REQUIRES LESS SHORTENING! Political ., Announcements The courier N«»» tat b«n »u- Oiorired to announce the foUowlHf candidacies, subject to th« Democratic primary in August: STATE HEPUESF.NTATIVI ALENK WORD (for re-election, Post I}o. 2) W. J. WUNDERLIOH (tor re-election, Post No. 1) J. LEK BEARDEN (for re-election,.Post No. I) LOOIEN E. COLEMAH B. O. "CiENE" PLEEMAN (Post No? 4) 4-KOSECIITINO ATTORNEI ' MAHCUS FIETZ (For Ilo-eleclton) JAMES C. HALE BBKEITF AND COLUCTOB HAIJB JAOKBON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON CODNTY TREASURER R. ; B. (SKEETJ STOOT M1B8 DELLA PUBTLE CODNTY JtlDGt ROLAND OREEN (for re-election! ' ' ' DWIGIIT H. BLACKWOOD CIRCWT COURT CLF.BK HARVET MORRIfl (For re-election) COUNTY-C1ERK T. W. POTTER (for re-electlom) CHICKASAW : = . West Main Near 21st' 8k :' S»t starts 12:45; San. starts 1:« Night shows 5:45 Except Monday, opens 6:45 Conttanom shows Sat. and Bon. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may be ruining your property. C*ll mi to* check-up without cost or. obligation.. .. .- -. EATS, MICH AMI) ROACH CONTROL ' ' GUARANTEED WORK '•,.".. in E. Kentucky H. C. 8LANKENSHIP .Thin*'. MM WIGHT H. Candidate for ^yca Will speak at the following places in helialf of his Jidacy for County Judge: . . DAY :30p.m. Blylheviile Last Time Today Double Feature THE FIGHTING VALLEY with The Texas Hangers and "CALLING ALL HUSBANDS" With George Tobias SERIAL: "Adventures of the FIj-ii Csidets" Comedy only, (lien ullow ollK'i'B to servo. I Unopposed for re-election us Crlltciuleii County offlduls (ire Cecil Cioodwhi, sheillT; C. 11. Bond, JudBc; A, 1), Ciulcr, circuit Court clerk; lawsou Gnmcr, County Court, cluik; Giovi'i' C. Glenn, liefis- urer; clarence Hood, Ins assessor; I-iiimii' K lioilners, stale reiirescnln- tivc, mid '!'. 11, Mcduuiili, coroner, licit I'oiincey ot implies Is unopposed jil.sw us Ilii^ ciimlldiUc to succeed Mr. Hole- for tlie county's second slntu representative. Addinj," Injury lo Instill WOONSOCKBT.'R. i. (UD-^-RC- lurnii)" lo Ilioir niu(lan niter responding t" B fulse alarm. 10 fti'c- ineu discovered Unit 111 Iliclr absence someone Inul rilled their illiliiB ot nil nvntlnblc cn-sli. THEATRE Manila, Ark. WI;I:K-I>AY NiouTS Hox Ofllcc OIK-IIS 8—Show Starts lit 8:15. SATIIKPAVS «• SUNDAYS Km Office Opens 1 Show Starts 1:15 Saturday "WESTWARD BOUND" with Ken Maynard * Hoot Gibson Ird CHAl'TKIl: "The 'j'hre'o Mus- kelccts." Ertuur Kennedy Comedy Saturdtiy OWL SHOW "SWEETHEARTS OF THE U.S. A;" with Una ,1Icrl(c'l * Itoiialil Nuvls Selected Sllorl Sunday and Monday 'HIGHER AND HIGHER' All Star Cast ' ' '• HKO Kens & Comedy Sunday and Monday "YOU WERE NEVER LOVELIER" with Rita Hayworlh & Fred Aslalrc Universal News Comedy New Theatre Manila's Finest Shows Nightly 8:00 P. M. Matinees Saturday & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System Saturday "SILVER CITY RAIDER' uilli Kusscll Hiiydcii & ISob Wills SKUIAL & KHOUT Saturday , OWL, SHOW "PORT OF 40 THIEVES" with A Hcpublic Thriller Selected Short Sunday and Monday "FOUR JILLS AND A JEEP" with Kay Francis * Carole Lanills Fox News & Short Open 7:30 Show Starti 7:45 Last Time Today Empty Holsters with I>ick Foran : "Ocscrt H;iwk" Saturday Midnight Show The Ghost That Walks Alone 7 with Arthur Lake & Janis Carter Selected Shorts Sunday and Monday W'lltl JEAN ROGERS CONNIE OIICHR1ST JOHN OUA1EN KAY MCDFORO THS W1ERE BROS.. Oilqlnd 3a»»a S>t<ry by Mary C. KcCarl. [r. OTJ Robert Hal« • Dtr»d«d b^- NORMAN Z. MclEOD • Ptoduwd by GEOBQE HAlOIiT Paramount News Short NOTICE To All Taxpayers Of I COUNTY ill, complete and accurate report of the Adminis- . ..," Judge is directly responsible to the people for the ,, Net Income . . Expenditures . 1938-1939-1940 County Farm $ 68,364135 106,752.93 LOSS $ 38,388.58 1941-1942-1943 (Roland Green) County Farm $153,457.11 122,550.44 GAIN $ 30,906.67 & Here arc some more figures taken from the record: County Balance, Jan. 1,1944 .... General Overdraft, Jan. 1, 194T $3906659 1940 Claims Paid in 1941 '.'.','.'.'.'.'. 10J96.54 True Overdraft. 49 ?M 11 Balanc^Jan.1,1944 .;;;;;;;, ?3600 : 16 Overdraft, Jan, 1, 1944. ......_; ' ' ' ' f~ GAIN IN 3 YEARS.. County Road Fund 0 $38,020.86 4,548.82 42,569.68 0 426.23 Highway Turnback $224.74 6,624.31 ,863.29 $42,143.45 $6,399.57 'i? 0k °* Kco * a ™°V Vst, 1941, County Warrants wore soiling llar - ^ th ° Cnd ° f HfS ""^ °°<> «"" « s It means the County no longer has.lo pay 150 percent for'its purchases. COMPARE THIS RECORD WITH PROMISES, FALSE ACCUSATIONS AND PURE POLITICAL PROPAGANDA ROLAND GREEN HAS EARNED HIS RIGHT TO YOUR SUPPORT HE POINTS TO HIS RECORD, HE RELIES ON.IT- AND NOT ON POLITICAL CHICANERY Roland Green has been tried and has respqnde'd by putting your Business-the County - ON A CASH BASIS! Vote For GREEN FOR COUNTY JUDGE

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