The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1944 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 19<M J8LYT1IEV1LLK (ARK.). COURIER NEWS " JPwod of jGavel (UP) — Dancer Talla-in 1041. l,» ..„-," the !»'0"tl iMsscssor of house spraUei- 'sum" tiiiybum' ~ln HII',I""is" MOW 'n" mt«mpr > 'in I'c gavel us»d W hcn the United I Honor. o[ her biollier, '"iho otic- pore. ' declared wnr oil Gcniiiiny lo lie i' by nmii miny of liiilaaii," who ac- counU'd for 118 jnp s Slow Wartime Driving Promotes Sludge IET US "DE-SLUDGE" YOUR CAR ENGINE Come in foe/ay! Bring il to the nearest Chevrolet dealer — Wur Service ] Imd'iiKirlcrs for all malms tif airs uinl Snicks. . . . His skill, his experience, his leadership in scrvico arc your assurance of expert work. .. . All America knows this—and ymi can hi: mm: of it, too—for your own judgment tells you-MORE' PEOPLE CQ TO CHEVROLET DEALERS FOR SERVICE THAN TO ANY OTHER DEALER ORGANIZATION. ' BUY :.:offr ro?ios... SP&D T/.V: ivcropy Get Our "Six-Star Service Special" * "Dl-ilUDCt" CAB [KOIKE * JUNE M010X * ROTATE TIDES * LUMKAll THROUGHOUT * CHECK niUlHC AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT * SERVICE BRAKES, C1UTCH, IliANSKIIIKItl, SEAS AXIE • Single-Barreled Comfort *••*• — f- „„ _ _.._ . ... PAGE NINE Says Vote In Primary Should Bo Restricted U'ri'bK ROCK, Allg, 1, <UI>| (Hloniey Oiivrnl CUIJ' Wlllliuiis sitys (lint voters who illiln'l Mipiimt (lie Dt'inoenidc lumtlwrs (it (lie lust tt'iiernl election should bo biirrod friini vollni; Ju tiw prlmiirles, Pui'ty rules, soy's Wlllluins, ulvc election Judges ixiwcr to refuse n lirlinnry vote to thoso persons who bulled tlio pinty's nominees ill (he most, recent ijciienil or special dec- tUm, Moreover, he snys, II such persnivs ivero ul!owi'd to vote, UiiMr bullols li'Uiilly cim be thrown o\it. Tim opinion wits requested l,j Clwrk's StopHons of Mile Ululf. State Police Continue Search For Six Youths u'iTi.u ROCK, AUK. i. <ut v > -- Sliilo pollci! Mild •Bntiii'diiy they still uro huntlnt! B!X boys who rs- '•ninvl rnrtv FrMttv from tli« Ai l kiinsiis Boys' Industrial School nl I'inc Hliif/, A srmkesunn siilcl Uircu hiul IHICII enptmt'd bill "we'i-o fonin) no tnict of the oilier six who got nway n 1 lie (iiniiu tljne." Tliosc nl Int'Bo Include Hulpl Corps jiliolo /roin NKA) Dccornted with the Inevitable pinup, girl, n huge wine cask in un abandoned French barn nialics a comforliible "liomc" for iM. Arthur 11. SluiBgcs of SI. Louis. Mo. General Level Of Farm Prices Higher In July LITTLE nOCK, Aug. 7 tUP) — The general level of prices.received by Arknnsiut Inrinei's for their products advanced tlirec points during Hie niontli ciul'lnE July 15. The Arkunsas Pcderal-Stntp" Crop Hc- uonlng Service says tl'io nvcrngc \VIIK 8 ))olnt.s HUOVC [hut for July last, year. The reporting service snys nil- vances in the prices of cotton und cottonseed contributed chiefly lo .be rise In the gcuem! price level, However, the reports show that many products dropped in price — itnoiiB them corn, oal.s, and rice. Dairy products increased one point from Ihc June level. Dtit oilier dairy products remained •Unulc. Chicken prices declined slightly while eggs Increased. Prices for meat animals were lower l>y four points. Fruits declined during the month because of the reduced price of apples. Bui peaches remained steady. 11 Vcnrs in (Jraiific DAI/TON, Muss. (UP)—Cicorjjo N. Drown, DO, ii charter member of tlie Gallon .Guuiue, Is complclhiK Ills Tlsl year as n Cirango member. V f' Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. |S01 W. Walnut Phone &7R BlylhcviJIc, Ark. New Mayor Chosen MORRII,TON, Ark., Allgl 7 <Ul'> —J. W. Jolinston is the new mnyor of Morrlllon. He wns clioscn Fridny at ii special election to fill the vn- cnncy cnnscd by Hie cleatli of Robert A. Bnlrrt. 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Webb of Foil Siiilih, Jut.'k Jones of Hoi Springs, jnmes Vaughn of .onokc County, jxmls 'J'ownsley of 'liuliuul County, Tinuny Huddleson of Wiilnut Itldne uinl n. F. irown or Unit) Hock. SSI^^M. iinrfr, I-onjf niiru prove MoroHrxfa IiiKti (|ii»ili/. fur ml nor turtu, tun. l/iltaUQUi Wi UtplttU*, only 10^ SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, arc remembered always. Our flowers nro always fresh, and nil work Is giinrnntocd to plmse. Lcl our expert designers help you with your llontl needs. ^FLOWERSHOP F.T.I). Service We Deliver Anywhere Ph. 491 Mrs. ]. M. (Mae) Williams, owner Glcncoe Bldj. WHILE YOU'RE AT •>/ UA* ">» I - /7 T V s ^>?;> s x %iflr^ /WME^W . . . ASSOCIATE JUSTICE NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termifcs may b« ruining your property. Call me fo» check-up without cost or obligation. EATB, MICK AND HOAC1I CONTBOL GUARANTKKD WORK H. C. 8LANKENSHIP IN K. KtnlQckr none MM Protects those Dear/rigs and,'pistons/ IT'S IMPORTANT to give your cor a good mo- lor oil and change regularly. Gulf offers (wo oulslanding oils... Gul f- pridc, "The World's Finest Molor Oil," and Gulflube, an cxtia-qual- ity oil coslinga fcvvcenls less. Reduces wear at 39 danger points! Get an. a£>boinitn&ii o.i your Gulf GULF'S Protcclivc Main- tcnnncc Plan includes Gulflcx Rcgislcrcd Lubri- calion which reaches up to 39 vilal points with s« different Gill flex Lubricants that reduce wear, and lengthen your car's life. HEt.P YOUR Gulf Dealer do a thorough job— and save your tiinc— make an appointment in tretch those 'A"cauf>otts, AlR-FILTERand sparkplug cleaning, and radiator flushing help give better gas mileage. A clean air filter mokes gas burn more economically; clean plu gs increa sc power; a clean radiator prevents overheating. •for better car awe avo/< Gasoline power! the olfack . . < Don'f wail* a drop/ GKT H. Candidate for Will speak at the following places in behalf of his candidacy for County Judge: Blyfhevilie Judge Minor W. Millwee LEADS IN MOST COUNTIES Jlcrc Js-Tlic pttiuittl Report Of Tlic July 25th Priiriiiry Vole ' Millwee carried 32.... counties Jones carried 22.. .,'. counties Auten carried ..... 21 .... counties Mlllwcc rcccivcil !ll% ot his home county's vole. Aulcn received 71% of his home county's vole,' Judge Millwee Is Deserving of Your Vote & Support Aug. 8, in that he has Proved His Ability * During the past 7'/a years as Judge of the Ninth JUT dicial Circuit The following official record merits your consideration. * * * « Jmigo f.nwrcticc C. Anton C Minor W. Millwee 7 ''10 6G 23 64,7o 20 77% (Milwcc's I'crcciiluge Is 10% above Ihc Slate Average). W/N WITH Judge Minor W. EE Candidate For Associate Justice of tho Supreme Court THANKS . . . for YOUR .VOTE ... for MILLWEE

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