The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 31, 1944 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 31, 1944
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BIATHEVILLE'(ARK.> COURIER NEWS Brings Charges GOP Leader Accuses ' President Of Making Political Background OLD ;QRCHARD:BEACH; Maine, Aug. 31. (UP)—Representative Everett Dirksen of Illinois charged last night tlfat President Roosevelt Is seeking the piesidencv under, what lie termed,.."false pretenses" Dirksen made' the statement in opening the national Republican campaign In Maine He charged that tlie President used Ills recent trip to Hawaii for compiign purposes, and that lie called admirals and genernls from their duties tp uiovldc n political background foi him Dirksen asserted that Mr Roosevelt sold he colild make the trip because there were no important problems '=. on . tlie home front. Bill the President had scarcely returned, he added, be/ore the War Production Boud blew up, in \ihat he called, "the face of the astonished nation " And Dirksen intlmnted that the whole afTaii wns staged to get Nelson and Wilson out of the H.IJ, ami bring In a joiing New Dealer, J A Krug, who . will,; "presumably do what all the old New Dealers tell him for the old New Dealers planned it that waj " Temperatures Atlanta Augusta ' Birmingham Charleston Charlotte Chattanooga Chicago Cincinnati , , Denver Detroit Jacksonville Kansas City. Ma con Memphis Miami . Montgomery New Orleans Now York San Antonio Savannah SnMinnm Tampa Washington Dallas Houston Jackson Liftle Rock . Shreveporl Tallahassee High law 86 90 80 85 84 83 10 83 15 85 80 a? 80 80 87 93 92 85 81 81 00 no 82 74 88 91 15 8J 92 The Little Foxies It might seem crazy of these two fox cubs to get caught and kepi as pets, but the photo above indicates they're crazy as 8 fox. Cuddling them is their owner, Mrs John Ilubbly of Southpbfl,' N. C., where her i husband, in the Navy, is sta- 1 tionedr?Foxes are so numerous iroufja Sputhport that there is season on them.' Endless Chain of Woe for Nazis THURSDAY, AUGUST 3J, 1944 The tremendous nir superiority of the Allies is symbolized by the apparently endless chain ot Flying Fortresses in the pliolo above. They arc not yet in combat—jusl replacements for the Army's Blh Air Force bombeis winch lire blasting fleeing Nmls Note comparative size o( truck, in circle. 'One Man's Meat . Schedule For Post Hospital . Is Announced Military dependents at the BAAF may easily secure medical treatment and hospitiUizalion at .the Station Hospital. The mcdlcnl slalf there is more than willing to. serve dependents so long'as the facilities and unit personnel arc adequate. Numerous Instances have occurred, however, In which military dependents have abused their privilege. They are not reporting to the hospital on the days and specific hours set aside for this purpose. In order to Insure proper care of cases, military dependents seeking nid must adhere to the following schedule: Office Hours Days ^"Operations Strangle"—the Allied- tactic of knocking out German' Sco'mhiunlcati'ons to prevent reinforcement, supply oi-^-cscape, is ' workinR out fine in France, as shown by photo at left. Here a Seine River bridge near Mantes, choke point for German traffic from the Palis trap, is suffering indirect hit from a USAAF Ma-- raudcr bomber. Bui a similarly successful budge-blasting proved ; f a jinx for one Yank truck driver. Speeding along at night, he i '-continued across the bridge, not knowing it had been bombed,, with unfortunate result shown in other photo. Limited Athletic Scholarships Recommended For War Vets BIRMINGHAM, Aln., Aug. 31 (0P) — Southeaitern conference representatives wound up their post-war football huddle yeslerdny nftcrnooii with n recommendnllon that nthlelc.^ attending college ftt government expense under the Ol Bill of Rights lie entitled lo nlh- letlc scholarships limited to 'room, board nnd Ittundry.. , The conferees nereed Hint time spent in the service 'would not affect n re turning veteran's nthletic Career, nnd proposed Hint pre-war college gridiron pm-ticipiition ol less than hnlf n year be erased from the veteran's record. ,' Enrlicr the officials, \vhosc recommendations avail linn I nctlon" by the SEC in Decetnlier, called for a unified national football rule book based on a general tightening of pre-war rcuiiliUions. A standing committee was named to confer with other conferences on uniform gridiron rules. The conference proposed that a maximum 1 of 15 athletic scholarships be a\«irdcd by each of its members on n contract basis comparable to that of pro ball clubs. in an effort to eliminate player snatching nt the beginning of n season. Under this, proposal a player ineligible to play for sm- .othcr team once he signed a college contract. Other, conference recommendations to emerge were: A rotating schedule of games arranged so tennis would play all other conference members in a period of three or four yenrs, the rule not lo be binding, however, where such conflicts exist ns the Alnbnnm- Aiibnrn fend, :. A bun on freshman participation* In any Inter-collegiate sports, filmed at better scholarship to us- suve eligibility for varsity contests. That teams and players of conference members be extended the right to nppeitl a penalty not only to the SEC executive committee as formerly, but to the conference as h whole. Tlint name "grants in aid" lie substituted for "athletic scholarship," a misnomer in the conference's opinion. Tltfit tlic $10 monthly universHy- pnycd bainry which formerly fur- ilshed players with spending money be abolished. t CAN'T ACCEPT A BRW£, 0W OFFER OF A IF ''^' VE ™" - SPEEDJAJ6 TO SHOW FRIENDS, /S Office Attending Surgeon 1300-1500 Dally Pcdlutric Clinic 1300-1500- Daily Obstetrical Clinic 1300-1000 Friday Eye, Ear, Nose and rhroiit Clinic Tucs, 1300 , Thurs. Military dependents should not go Lo the hospital nnd ask for some' particular doctor. Patients should Irst consult the attending surgeon, . "•. Albert Daulrich,. ami If furf ther consultation and treatment are 1 necessary, hc will direct .the pn- ticnt to the proper clinic or doctor. Read Courier ncwi want tdt Beer Dealers Asked To Close On Victory Day LITTLE HOCK, Aug. 31—Closing of all wholesale and retail beer establishments In Arkansas on Ihe day chut Germany capitulates, has been requested by J. Hugh Wharton, slate director of (he Arkansas Committee of the Brewing Industry Foundation. Dealers In cities and communities where chambers of Commerce and other civic organizations arc planning V-Day programs, have been nskcd to cooperate -fully with the program committees. In areas where no specific observance Is planned, Mr. wiinrtoii requested beer dealers to close their establishments when news of German delcat Is flashd, and remain closed for at least a 24-)>onr period. Mr. Wlmilon has addressed letters to all wholseale and retail beer dealers In ; the state, asking their cooperation. "Victory over Germany will be a (Wat occasion to the thousands of Americans who have joved ones fighting In Europe",. Mr. Wharton wrote, "but It will not mean Ihe' end of the war. The occasion should be one for earnest thanksgiving rather than for unrestrained celebration, and I ask that you lw/» make it n day of thanksgiving : by closing your plnce of business when news of victory Is announced and remaining closed for at least a 24- hour period. If (h c news Is flashed on Saturday night, many cities plan to observe Sunday and Monday as a holiday, and I suggest Hint you all do likewise." Osceola Couple Has Seven Sons Serving Country , Seven sons In the service of their country is the boast of "'Mr. and Mrs. Hobert O. Walker of Osceola who are believed ,to have the record In Arkansas for the largest number ol .SOILS In service. Of these five are In foreign service. W. Edward Walker is a seaman, first class, now with the Navy In the South Pacific; Sergti Thojiiiis A. Wiilkcr is with the Army Air Forces in England; Pfc. Cliiirles VV. Walker Is In England with the Army; Joe Lee Walker, stationed in California, is a sea"man, second class; Dale O. Walker bears the same rank In the Navy and now in -Colorado; Chester A. Walker, boatswain's _matc first class, is with the Navy Seabees in the South Pacific and Sergt. Bobby I get more cups per pound From LUZIANNE COFFEE (CHICORY Burdette SECOND Plantation Will Have Its ANNUAL VISITOR'S WEEK from August 27th to Sept, 3rd Inclusive for all who wish to see our extensive variety testing and breedisg work with .cotton, corn and Soybeans We have 154 cotton varieties and strains, 238 corn varieties and strains, and 480 soybean varieties and strains under test—all labeled for your study. Come and learn with us how to increase yields for the war effort. Enter Our Cotton Yield Judging Contest Our Herd of Registered Durocs Will Be Available for Your Inspection. Located 8 Miles South of Blytheville On U. S. Highway Gl BURDETTE, ARKANSAS C. P. Tompkins Malinger Hays Sullivan Asst. Manager. G. A. Hale Agronomist Warermelionaires Walker Is with the Army Air Forces In England. Mr. and Mr*. Walker liave two oilier sons not eligible for service. CARD OF THANKS We wish lo Ihnnk all wlio were so «lnd and sympathetic in the recent loss of our wife and Mother J. M. Goad Mrs. Joe Craig Mrs. John Hcarn Juke Iwxes and used house trailer lots are now taxable in Detroit, trie Public. Administration Clearing House reports. Swap coathangcrs for a big liunk of watermelon? Who wouldn't* : And these Now York City kids did, wjien the Children's Aid Society ; made the bargain offer to get wooden hangers for servicemen at JHalloran Hospital. The ordinary wire ones just won't beaj- up •_ under the weight ol GI coats. ' ^ . It takes n year's food from 155 acres to feed a bomber-building crew for the time it takes to build a 'single bomber. Men In Service Richard V. Qalnes, son of Mrs. U. D. Gnines of Route 3, Blytlie- vllle, has completed the course of training and will receive the third class petty officer's rale, aviation radioman, at the Naval Air Technical Training Center. Memphis. A graduate of Del! High School, Mr. . Galnes was a farmer prior to en-'~i tering the Navy in October of las^y, year. He received his boot train!]* ' at San Uiego, Calif. Pvt. Billy E. Ford, son of Mrs. Sallle Ford, has arrived In Italy, according 10 information received by his mother. In the Army since Feb. 8, 1044, Private Ford took his training at Fort McClellan, Ala. courier New* want Dr. J. L Guard Optometrist ' at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main H OW TO RUIN " . AND DRESSES LOSE FRIENDS TT'S tragic how some girls lose their •*• friends and ruin (heir dresses because of perspiration odor and srains. And there's no excuse for it. It's easy to sa vc i)^ esses, it's easy to save ft ('ends. Use Arrid, tlic new cream deodor- ani that helps keep your armpits dry and removes the odor from perspiration. AniJ is safe and dependable for these /tie reasons: 1- Arrid docs not Irritate skin. Does O no( roc dresses or men's shirts. ^ 2, Pieve^ts under-arm odor. Helps stop ^aspiration safe!)'. 3- A putt:, white, antiseptic, stainless vanishing cream. 4. No waking to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 5. Awarded Approval Seal of Amer^ Ecan Institute of Laundering — harmless to fabric. .Use Arrid regularly. Arrid Is the largest selling deodorant. Sold at all stores selling toilet goods — 3?c and 59c a jar. (PM rai> DON EDWARDS | BOYAU tttTTH. CX3HONA, AHD RX1ONOTO1I XTFZWRITZRC I iu ii. tut BTRHR raoira TnuaotSon 'Mnn B« HELP WANTED Saleslady, Regular Employment. Experience Preferred. Apply. The Family Shoe Store ATTENTION Users of Electrolux Cleaners Our bonded factory representative will be in Blythevillc this week to give a free inspection on your cleaner. Call G. E. MEAD, Hotel Noble Osceola, Call 279 WE ARE NOW SKI.LING NKW ELECTKOUJX CLEANERS GOOD HEALTH DESERVES THE BEST WATER^ Bad Health Demands If. Oter flye million American Homes have ordered the Famons MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER From HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS. It Is reliable—an aid in treatment of Arthritis! Rheumatism, Kidney, Bladder, and many Intestinal disorders. It Ittmolates Kidney elimination. For Particulars, Free health booklet ' CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Mala & DlTfalon BtythevUle, Ark. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Oiir flowers are always fresh, and all work Is gua-anteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your flo.-al needs. ^FLOWER SHOP • F.T.D. Service Wc j, c , ivcr An5 - TChcre Fn, 491 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Gkncoe Bldg, Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES In PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher Pupil of Clarence Dickinson PrKldent ol Union Theological Seminary School of Music For Appointment Phone or Write Mrs. DaKon C. Fowlston 1101 Chlckasawba Shone ZOJ9 Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 65c Incl. Tax " Sale of TOYS See our windows for toys at greatly reduced prices. The Giff Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN Continuous Showi Every D»y Boi Office Opens 1:45 '• Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCH :M MB. 12:45 p.m. I.-JJ f.t Thursday and Friday GORGEOUS G01DWYN OIKLSI leoscd Ihrough RKO Scdio Picfure;. Inc. DrrecTed by Elliolr Wugcn: Assaciote Produce.- Don Hortoan A'itn Bai*;: ontl Tobjc Piroji rarainount News anil Short Subject Bat. & Son. Only Optaa tach night 6:45; starts V Opens Sunday 1:00; Sl»rt» 1:11 • Continuous Show.i Sit. an* Son. B»rr»tn Nljht Everj Nljht Ex<** Saturday. **«<» honored on 3u*»y tl the B«IJ. Thursday and Friday Sclccicd Short Subject

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