The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 14, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 14, 1944
Page 2
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PAGEfTWO BLY.THEVILLE '(ARK.)' 'COURIER ^ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1944 Adkins Offers Sims Old Post Former Comptroller Resigned To Make Race For Governor LITTLE ROCK, Stpt 14 (UP)Governor Hoirwr-AdWiis says he h»s asXed. j Bryan Sims to return to the post ol ojhiptrollM for the remainder of his administration Sims, who resigned as comptroller last May to riih for'governor, is out 61 Ihe city..and It. ,ls not known whether he'wiirnccepl the position or not. The; governor says Sims Is needed, in hi? own words,' ' Realise of his thorough knowledge of the needs of the various departments,particularly t the state hospital, tuberculosis satiatoriunvtraJnlng- schools and penal. Institutions.' Sims would also be of vita) assistance W"the TpTt-scssloii budget conv nilttei'ot the. legislature, the ijovcr nor says. Adktns says..he hopes that a l>»d get control law Jhat y lie sponsored in the. 1943 •legLslatureVwo.Uld.opev- ale fully and ncjcts that he is anxious that a tentative budget-be given Ben Lane), the'next governor, by DfxeinDer 15 at tile latest Final Message Left By 50 Men Tra'pped In Mine PO$?HATAN, Ohlo,\S«pt 14 (UP; —A scrap of p»p«r ^covered will scrawled writing Is the .last message from 50 miners trapped! in the Po« hatan, Ofilo., mine to the world thej left behind v < It had'•been 1 ;-written ' by Dorse; Hartlihe, one 1 of the miners. TU first "entry'.read, "dtrt stopped n erected. We»were late starting n fresh air continued to come up and the following One explained men^re showing U(e 'effect of car bon monoxide Thej 1 feel weal s!eepy-looklnj{; ; vision blurred. W are triistlng In God—hoping for th best.', Thej next-message • ended abrupi ly, "all men seem to be doing prctt 'It's Nice Work, Etc. "Etc/ Blytheville Man Participates In Diet Experiment Temperatures Atlanta . . Augusta . . Birmingham Charleston , Tec, 5 Dill Cavaslier, husband of j ^natzrt Mrs. Bill Cavastier, 529 Lmnerate|| St.. JJlytlicvllle, Ark,, has Just re- I cenllv returned lo Camp Carson after pai'tlfluatlMg In an experiment conducted by the Quartermaster Corps, Medical Department and Ciround Forces to determine how routers fure on ah exclusive diet of emergency rations. Six companies from the 201st ln-1 fantry Regiment, commanded by Col, James H. O'Reilly, have been In the Pike national forest for eight weeks undergoing the lest. One of Hie companies, n ''control unit," lived on a flcl ( | ration. The others ale assorted emergency rations for various periods to see how they compared physically with those ot the control unit. •Jlic War Department needed some Idea of how men would get along on field rations for extended periods In view of conditions arising In this war where men may spend weeks in forward or isolated positions beyond Ihe lines of nor- miil .supply. All the men were in excellent physical condition when they started tin.' experiment ami finished the test in even belter health. Tec. 5 Cavaslier has two brothers In the service, Jim and Albert Cavaslier. HI Low TO at 07 82 ' 37 55 ClmrlotU; 76 Chattanooga >.. 61 Chicago 67 Cincinnati PC nver . Detroit JaclsoiivUle 91 Kansas City 73 68 54 50 82 51 — 5G TO 55 Macon Tallahassee, -, 87 Memphis 1 . 1 80 Miami 30 Montgomery '. 32 New Orleans 84 New York 74 San Antonio 90 86 58 I Savannah 8B ft7 XQ • n '«.„.._ 1.. 1 Tampa 58 Washington . 76 Dallas 63 Houston . .. 69 Jackson . ., Ti Little Hock 59 Shreveport . 0:1 73 ' '85 til Si) ,5!) Not much chance of Hollywood chemist Joseph M. Rule golny on strike ns long us he has the job pictured above—spraying ii run- prooftiig compound on Hie precious nylons worn by actress Juuu Havoc opus, "Brewsler's Millions.". Celebration : At Norfork Dam Is Postponed LITTLE ROCK, Sept. U.—Dedication ceremonies for Ihe huge Norfork Dum, nciir Mountain Home In Baxter County, tentatively set for October 17, have been, postponed In, definitely because of travel niul rn- llonlng restrictions, U. Col. William A, Davis, Little Hock District Engineer, announced good," It said, tni then added, "\\e postponement of the ceremonies at •ue resting the air just 1 -and the line faded out. Hoifrs Ister' JJartline . must have forced himielf lo take up the pencil and .write. : three ..words, they were 'just"about the same ' Below in an Illegible scrawl of pcnct\ marks, a: last message from the doomed men:which will always remain a.secret. \ Reid Courier Newi W«nt Adi. Mountain Home following a conference with the Norfork Dam Celebration Committee, headed by Ro> R. Ramcy, Mountain Home businessman. In the Interest of conserving critical \vnr materials such ns) gasoline and rubber and the lack of public transportation facilities, It \yas decided by the committee not to hold the celebration at this time. It Is planned, however, lo hold n forma! dedication nt such time as hcse • critical - materials nnd transportation are again available. ^Construction on the dam, which is one of the largest concrete dams In .he nalion ,will be completed about December 1 although it has been storing water for more than a year Hydroelectric power 1ms been generated ut Iho dam for more than two months. ^ •Anlliorl/ctl by the Flood Control Act of 1038, work on Hie dam wa;- begun In May 1041 as a pat I of comprehensive plnn to control Hoods on the White nnd Mississippi Rivers Norfork Dam Is, 2,624 feet loin, nnd lias n maximum height of 23i feet above the stream bed. It con liilns approximately 1.500.000 ciil>!< yards of concrete and when com >Ielc, will cost about $28,000,000. It located on North Fork Hlver, ibout live miles nbove its conlln- >ncc with Ihe While River. The •cscrvolr created by the dam is cx- iccted to become one of the fuvor- le recreation areas In Arkansas. Oldest assembly In the world Is nought to be In the Welsh bardic college, the Eisteddfod. TASTE THRILL —vitamin value ally SLICCD "Good itlt* name' DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter BIiui" | ROYAL, SMITH, CO11ONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE) • TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) PHONE 3382 satisfying! For Spotlight Hot-Dated at the roaster, full flsvor «*led in the beau, ground before your eyes. That'B how Kroger assures you of wholly fresh, flavor-full coffee gocJness, SEE IT IN THE BEAN Hot-Dated and Grmder-Fres/i Ib, bag Save t/p to a D/me a Pound PURE LARD VINEGAR BUTTER TOMATO JUICE TOMATO SAUCE TOMATOES MATCHES \K\ QUALITY! FUR ItN'GTHI IMPROVED ERASER! withi coupon from KKOGER'S COUNTRV ClllB SODA CRACKERS Ib. 17c Your Grocer Has It! Delicious Hart's FRUITCAKE Here's the same delicious fruit cake we *• > fourtd s0 popular last year. .. And AT THE SAME PRICE! We're mighty proud of these <•** >. ^cakes, and we haven't stinted on any of the ingredients. You'll find them just as good as those Mother used to bake . . . Your grocer will have these cakes for the next few weeks—try one! REMEMBER Don't Say Bread Say"HART'S!" MAIL EARLY Packages For Service Men and Women Should Be Mailed Between Sept. 15th and Oct. 15th Fruit cokes ore tops on the list of things the serviceman or woman likes best for Christmas. ... To facilitate mailing, we're baking a number in oblong shape, just the size to fit into an overseas package. Hart's Bakery ',-'..' ' : t^ ;^' L Blytheville Owned—Employing Blytheville people ' Red Ripe—Excellent Slicing Quality U..S.,No..l Quality White or Red lb.10c Slbs.23c pound I3c aree " Head 19c Pound 4ic Pound 7c Lugs, Washington and Colorado CAULIFLOWER s °< CABBAGE Me " iu -'^r SWEET POTATOES PRUNE PLUMS for canning, lug $179 PEARS Fine Eatin 9 Q ual *y B3rHem Pound 15c LEMONS Lar 9 c Ju ' c V Sunkist ORANGES Swee * Juic V California ONIONS Colorado Yellow s p° nish 3 pounds 14c CARROTS OLEO Eatmore, 18c SALAD DRESSING Er SAI,A1) DKKSS1 Emhassy, H2 O/. 29c GRAJ»EKRU1T JUICE C C No. 2 Can 13c Sf'AGHETO or.^Mncaroni, C C, Hi ()/.. He TEA MJIV Gardens/ 'I Ox. 24c MIMC C C Tall Cans, 4 for' , 35c ISOOK MATCHES . Z Boxes 25c .Precious! Paper packs vitul war — s u p p M c s. "Help COH. serve prcci- . oils paper Chuck, Rib or Shoulder pound Best Grade Pound Y CHEESE TENDERLOIN TROUT . . . . . . . COD FILLETS . . ........ WHITING, or pan trout . . . .... MACARONI-CHEESE LOAF : :... : . FRANKS : . . Ib. 33c WIENERS . LUNCHEON MEAT, all pork : . . : . COTTO SALAMI . Ib. 45c LIVER CHEESE SPICED LUNCHEON MEAT : ;•-: . . KROGER DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE y »ny Kroger brtnd (tea, Hlw It u w*U M or better Uh»a any othw. or retarm anuted portion la origin»l •onUlMr UK! «• wUJ fiw jro« <Jonbt» your mooey back.

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