The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 26, 1944 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 26, 1944
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1944 Believe Convict Hiding In Slate Seeks Infor- That Might Lead To His Capture Law officers throughout Arkansas were searching today for Rnn- ilcl Tfifoiicuerry, Texas desperado, wlicj is believed to hnve conic to this slate in Ills unlawful flight to nvoftl prosecution. He is also waul- ed on the national motor vehicle theft act. A career smnttcrcd wltli thefts, : prison escapes, and climaxed with '- murder, was temporarily halted last August wlieir lie was sentenced to 11 Colorado jail for the robbery- inurdcr of a Colorado sheep man. The Texas badmnn was successful on his Hilly atlemi)! to csrape from the jnll, In October, and since then has been hunted in Missouri, Arkansas, Wyoming and Colorado. UIs brother, O. B. Tlironcberry, wlio was arrested with him and chaired jointly with (he robbery-murder or the Colorado man, ascaped with lihn from jail, but, was apprehended last December in Texas. Described as five fest, 10 inches tall, the man weighs nliout HO pounds. Of medium complexion he lias brown hnir and bro™ eyes and may be identified by a tatoo "R. T." on his left forearm. His occupation is a tailor or a waiter He Is believed to be heavily armed and considered extremely dangerous. Randel with his brother, O. B. were known to have been in Arkansas in October and November. Randell's wife, who possible Is in company with him, has relatives at Coal Hill, Ark. Any person having information lhat may assist in locating Rande! Tliornberry h requested to notify the Director, Federal Bureau of IH- vrstlRation, U. S. Department of , Washington, D. C. or the AKent in charge or the division of ti-.e FBI in (he locality. A liuy :>ml Jfis I'jg IjRWISTON, Me. (UP) — Something new In hmispholrt ;>pts is the little pig owned by Dick Jncubson- of LewLston. The porker rides in his master's bicycle carrier, goes swimming with ilie boys at Lake Pennesseewasaee and follows Dick around like .1 dog. (AUK.), COUU110K NIWS One-half of the sheep population of the world is owned b v the British Empire—070.000,000 in all. Kid 'Cootie' .Walter Hibe, Elyria, O., holds .aloft his 17-months-old son Fred, elected youngest member ol the Military Order of Coolies "alv..Veteran of Foreign Wars ii) convention, Chicngo. GULF SERVICE STATION Corner Sth and Main Xow Under management of 0. E. 'Nick' Nicholson Washing - Greasing Simoiming - fire Itep.iir ONE STOP SERVICE Dr. J. L. Guard U Optometrist -. at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main FOR BAM CONCRETE STORM SKWBR AJ,L SIZES Chexper Than Brio's* lumber Phone $8] Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Osctol*, Ark. Is Your Trip Necessary 200 -.BiCuoN,PASSENGER" r • "MILES (Ouurterly) Keeping Up With The Men In Service LET THEM HAVE THE RIGHT OF WAY Llctil KusscU Haynes HUT, who Is with (In; Armored Division of tin; Army, hns rci-cnlly bn-ti Inins- fcncit from Cinnp Campbell, Ky.i to Forl IJile.v, Kan.s,, where he nnrl his bride, tlie firmer Miss Sue I'lercv of Asliilosvi), Ark., now nrc mnklui; their home, i.feutcnnnt Parr Is the son of Mr. mid Mrs, niissel! 1'nrr of lilythcvllle. Pvt. Climte E. R.-jilecn,, KOII of Mr. iinil Mrs. Miir.shnll H. nodgcrs of Route 1, I.uxorii, hns been inuUmlcd from tlie infantry niul HrcwiiliiK Aiitonintlc Rifle Setllon School nt Atlniitn. On., nml will L-c n&flgucd to nn Infnatry Iwttalion with the Mnrinc Cor|w. 1'rlvivtc Rodgcrs lins completed thorough IrninliiK wllli the n. A. H., M-l Qnrnnd mid Curblnc rltles, linnd Ciciiiides, and Is veil versed In the use of the buyouct and knife for jungle warfare. Ho enlisted in the Marine Corps hi May, 10-H. Aviation cndct Marvin's. Wilson, ion of Mrs. Alllc Spears of Luxorn. hns been iiniuixl endet rit|il:iln of Above chart demonstrates why that rail or bus trip should be passed tip unless It, fails into one of these categories: 'furloughs, essential business, soldiers' relatives, or war workers. New Rent Control Regulations Effective Sept. 1 Two new grounds Tor adjustment of rents are provided in amendments to Ol'A regulations going into effect September 1, it was announced today by Area Rent Director Chester A. Cunningham. He said rent control regulations liiid been amended to comply with the new Price Control Act pa.ssed by Congress, llie new statute provides that individual adjustments may be made in cases where substantial hardship lias resulted since (he legal maximum rent was-fixed. Tills hardship must have resulted from a substantial and unavoidable increase In property taxes or operating costs to come under tlic new amendment. ..Mr. .Cunninghanj pointed out, that adjustments'- can g6 mode only'nf- ter comparison of : net'income and current operating costs with those of a representative period prior to the maximum rent date. Usually a "representative period will consist of three years. Home Demonstration Notes The YiuUro Home Demonstration' Club met Tuesday, Aug. 22, at the home of Mrs. Paul Abbott, with 10 members and one visitor present. The devotional was given by Mrs. ROM Moore, and members voted to have n booth at the Mississippi County Fiar. Plans also were discussed for the Dutch luncheon which was held Insl night on ihc lawn of the Eta Wheeler home. During the social hour, the hostess served u salad course with iced drinks. The next, meeting will be held Tuesday when club members will go to Big Lake for an all clay picnic Sare 509!, On TRUSSES ' Steel and Elnsllc STEWART'S t D r D | S t • r t j Main & Lake Phone 2822 i 0 NFRANKLY, / THINK IT'S > A CASE OFWJ5HFUL THINKING, HE KEEPS HOPING MATURE WILL GET MIXED UP AND POT IN A FEW OF DR. PEPPER 14 or Class 45-A, m the w piiyiu, Acm i cmv , a Linirnsloi-, Calif. He wa.s chosi-n 'or Ihls posllloii bwuisv of his .soldierly c'oinUici, devotion to duly "Is efficiency In his scholastic work, and for tho eslmu in which ""was, held by hi* fellow cadets James Klvls Hoblnson, s l-c In (he Navy, l ms returneil from seven mouths nt sea us niemboi- of the "^avy jnui erew aboard n merchant wwi'l. nurlnj! 13 months dutv "final since cnllslliiB in MuixYi, l««, KnWiisoti lias visited liidlii, {-uba. South Amerlm and buntli Airlni. Jle received hh- iccnilt trnlnliiK ul sni» Dlpj-o, cullf. lie nUi-nded, MlylJievllle 1U B || Si-lKiol and was employed by the City leo Company before entering service, lie is the sou of Mr. mid Mis. Wither J. HoWnson of North Hroad- way, lilytlH'vlllo. John It. Nelson, who is stHllimed 'U Camp Familn, Texas, hns In-t'ii intmioird to (In; rank of corporal, jirrurdlni! to lufommllon received u.v his wife. Corporal Nelson has been in service for the past I'iuhl I'fe. John n. Mctilll Jr., radio re- l.'itlrmau with the Army Air Corps, has arrived in New Guinea, ncoord- »i(( to Information received liy. his parents, Mr. and Mrs, McCllll Sr "I lilyllievllle. Utiljerl Kay, seamau 2-e In' HID Navy, who tins been stationed lor "out- tralnlii)! nt. Clrent Lnhes, III., has been transferred to Camp PAGE THREE "^ Cnmpljcil, &M\ Dk'go, Cnllf. He Is Hit.' Son of Mrs. Klla liay of Hufl- nian, ami » nephew of Mr. and Mrs," Smith Hnu-kln of WythcvUle. I.lenl. Khvo'id V. Wilson, BOH of Mr. mid Mrs. Kniesl Wilson of Hoiile 3, lilyllievllle, pilot on'n n-S-l Mlx-rn- lor bomber, recently mrlveil In (ho McdlleiTiini'iiu Ihealer, wlier* la> now is n numibvr of n veteran bomb llioup Iliul has niailo over 100 major utliicks on enemy iilrmift r»c- Uivles, oil relhn'rics and olliei- slra- tei;lc liiri;eUi in Komnnla, Auslrlu, dermiiny, Italy anil I'MHICO. After graduation fiom llurdeltc hij'li school In ion, Ui-iiloiiiint Wilsun Was employed as n farmer, lie entered tin; Army In Sept. 194:,', mid received his commission at Seymour Iml., In Janunry of IIMI, 1'fc. Maxel X,,lA)id, who rci-enlly returned (o duly In (lie United Stales under the. Army's policy of rotating men on overseas duly wherever possible, has boon ussinned In duty nt (he Infanlry Ruplnrniii'iil Trulnlnu Center al Cnni|i lll»nillii|>, l''l«., as u member of the IIPITOIIIUMK stalf hnndllni> Irnlnlni! mid admin- Istrullve inalters in (he (ruining of Infantry replacements. 'Hie son' of Mrs. Hullle Ford of 005 Kusl Cherry St., Hlylheville, Private Font served overseas in (lie Noi'lU Puclllu. Prior to entering thu service lu iniu, l, 0 was employed by A. o. Little of niylhevllle. I'fc. Heijliiald Ilorton, son of Mrs. Kduu Mac Ollbow of Luxora, has been cuintncndcd by Marine Urle n. ClRtKlu A. Ijukln foi Ijnvinn liiB shrapnel to IH',1,1 mi innmiml- lloti (hiiii|i flit; on Cliuulnlcanal lust Juno 20. When tho dump cauglil lire and exploded, tho citiitlon said, lie "proceeded tu tluhl the ih c vvlth- uul regnrd fur personal safety ' 8ln-«])iH!l felt Intei mlllenlly In l!io «iw« where thu fire, fighters worked 11 added. . ' Jack A, IlcCulston, son of Mr. and Mrs. •/,, A. McCutslon of lllylhcvlllo, has been promoted lo< corporal, As i< teletype, operalur hu has l»en ovei-seas tor nine mouths with a preshlenlially decorated 12tli AAP li-20 Mamml^r yroup. Coriioral Mc- Culslon wears the DktliiKUlshed Unit UadBC \vltli oak leaf cluster for the two citations of hln imlt-llii! Mediterranean's oldest medium Iximb urou}>. President lluoaevclt honored the Marauders for the ac- cuiney and deslruction^of attacks ' on the Rome and rioronce/rail yards. A/0 Akin D Justice has successfully completed)basic.Draining at Stockton Flo,ld, C/allf, and will proceed to n|i~Ar|iiy advanced flying school to take tho flnnl 'steps to- waid the attainment of hls'sllver pilot wings Cadet Justice Is tjic son of Mu> 'Una A, Merrilt and H. B. Justice, tolh of Blylhovlltc. Appioximately 4000.varieties ol Ihc Jose hnve been produccd'to date, PRESCRIPTIONS gtoek • <ru»r*n(eed Bert Prlew lirby Drog Stores 10 Yegr Guaranteed Moothproofinq (Protects CLOTHING— RUGS—FURNITURE- DRAPES—BLANKETS-cfc. Ask for the schedule of reasonable prices. SON Cfcanor —Tailor—Clofhfor HIS seems Jo be doing all right. On June Gib, this young fellow tackled ilia big-' gest, toughest, moat audacious military venture of alJ tune—and lie's pulling it off. ; Bui how's our invasion going? , We've got one on our hands—just as much as any soldier.,Don't think for a minute that every one of us here hasn't a personal share in the job of breaking into Hitler's Europe and battering down the Wehrmacht. I There's not much glory goes with our part of ' the job. Not much pain or danger, either. Our Our part ia to buy War Bonda. But if you have the idea that our part isn't important—that tho little bit lhat you personally can do—thai, the Bonds you. buy don't rcaiiy matter very much—get it out of your head: The supremo military effort of tho war must he matched by a supreme financial effort here. That means every man and woman in this country has got to put more money into Bonds— oftener—than ever before in this whole conflict! Make no mistake —we've gof to get thai money up, nowl —don't expect to get theAvholo story fiom your paper. Look at your own /.'...;.' ('.:.•;•>;,- "cr a big part of the answer! FALL PLANTING SEEDS W| NTER WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, RYE and HAIRY VETCH. Recleaned. High Purity and Germination. Blytheville Soybean Corp. T800 W. Main. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may b* ruining your property. Call me f<H check-up without cost or obligation. BATS, MICE AND ROACI1 CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK "•• C BLANKENSHIP part is to pay-to pay with cash instead of blood. If you want to know how the Invasion's going And hero are S more reasons for buying Extra WarBondsl '... 1. War Bonds oro tho best, (ho jofsif Irtveitmorrt In tho world I 2. War Bonds return you $4 {or every $3 In 10 years. 3. V/ar Bonds holp koap prices down. 4. War Bonds will help win tho Peace by inaeat- ing purchasing powor after tho War. 5. War Bonds moon orfucoflon For your children, security for you, funds for retirement. This space is a contribution to America's all-out war effort by Arkansas Grocer Co. L. K. Ashcraft Co. Joe Atkins Machine Shop L. H. Autry, Burdette A. S. Barboro & Co, Barksdale Mfg. Co. Blytlievilie Water Co. Th e Crafton Co. Delta Implement*, Jnc. Loy Eich Chevrolet C». Gay & Billings, Inc. Guard's Jewelry & Optical Store Halter's Quality Shoe Shop Happy Hour Grocery & Mkt. Hardaway Appliance C». Herrick'i Jewehy Huhbard Furniture Co. Huddleston tt C». 7 Jiedel'i Langston-Wroten Co. diaries S. Umoni ~~ Planters Hardware Co., Inc. The New York St»r e Pat O'Bryant r Palace Cafe J. C. Penney Ce. Phillips Motor Co. Robinson Drug Co. ' , ,\ I. Rosenlhal, Inc. . ' '] Tom W. Jackioa ' ' • Rustic Inn A. G, Shibley Wholesale Grocer* C. G. Smith ,, RoydA.Wh(t e " r v "l Zellner* Slipper Shop •,' ••

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