The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1944 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 15, 1944
Page 3
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niDAY, Sfet'TE Commissioners Are Appointed State Election Board ^ Ends Hectic Session 7 At Little Rock LITTLE ROCK, Soul. 15 (U.P.) — One of the stormiest meetings of the Arkansas Board of Election Commissioners Is over, and a county commissioner for each of '.tic stale's 75 counties have be™ appointed. Alter Spending half of Thursday conducting open headings in Governor Adklus' reception room the comhilssloner.s, composed of Hie state's constitutional officers, went into executive session. It took them nearly five hours to ngrec on the appointment of two Democrats and one Republican in each county The board, during the open hearing, heard recommendations of representative.; of more (htm six counties. Representatives from other counties called on board members before the mectini; to recommend their choice. T||-eo different sets of recommendations were submitted In some counties one from the newly elected county' officials, one from the defeated candidates and one from (lie He- publicans. Major debate came over the nn- polntmeiH of the Garland County commissioners. One faction represented Mayor Leo P. McLaughlin of Hot Springs, and the other represented (he ministerial forces in the town. The McLaughlin -forces won out during (he executive session. The list of commissioners selected Included: Mississippi County, Louis Applebaum of Blylhevillc; LcRoy Carter of Lcaehvlllo, and Oliver Clark of Frenchman's Bayou. Promoted Myron T. Nailllng of Osceoln, lili- Bution officer of the judge advocate's office, Headquarters Fourth Service Command at. Atlanta, has Iwen promoted to niujor. He entered the army in September, 1942, as a captain. He received his law de- t'rec ut Vsnderulll. University where he was a member of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity. His wife and dr.ufhter live at Atlanta. Sparkplugs of Allied Drive MM (ARK.) COUMEtl MfeWS Kdwnrds of I'Jn'lnvillo, Mich, Matthew A. Hii/.loe of 1 Union City, N. J., and Miss Jtmnltn Duncan of Dlylhcvllle; Uran Wooley and Mrs Dorothy Doild, belli of Chicago 111 • , , . .1,,. ,, Joseph O. I'arllnot Raleigh, N. o. !,i and is OU Baseball Standings (Playoff) SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. r,. Memphis 2 o Nashville 0 z AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. New York 70 Ul Detroit .; 75, QJ St. Louis , 75 ,02 Boston ; 73 G4 Cleveland 05 72 Pet. l.'MO .000 Pet. .533 .474 Map above shows Allies' quintuple drive on Forlress Gerimnv and the commanders of the armies involved. Operations of D ft ?!,' 2nd Army and U. S. 7th Army may develop mk g anp°ncer,it '' C( ,M" dSf0 r f . SieEfried Line while *«««*£ 3rdI Any pi,'l bulk o£ German reserves with threat of frontal assault - breakthrough on Moselle river sector. Philadejphln .,....,... Cl ..15. '400 f^liirntjn ' : " co ""r»i '•.,*:. Chicago .." ......,....: 63 14 Washineton . sg GO NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. St. Louis (15 Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses have been issued to the following couples through the local office of the county court clerk during the past eight days: Wil- BS3 lilU " 1! ' Adc ° ck antl Miss Lola lict- tlg, both of Sikesto;!, Mo.; Edward J. Zatarian Jr., of New Orleans, Lu and -Miss-:Nann.rAltame -Jones of Tuscaloosa; Ala.; Aubrey , J. • Scotl Chicago New 1 York . .. Brooklyn . Boston Philadelphia . 41 54 75 59 62 72 62 72 .50 55 52 Pet .rmn .000 .6i>0 M3 .463 .412 .107 .394 Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE (Playoff) Memphis 5, Nashville 4. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Philadelphia, rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 12, Philadelphia 1, second game postponed, rain. Brooklyn 5, Boston 4, second game pslponed,- rain. Cincinnati 3-2, Chicago 2-4. (Only gnmes scheduled). Girls Will Eat Meal I..UDLOW. Mass. (UP)—He used to cook for the girls at Welleslcy College, but, now he's dishing it out, for grimy GI's - in Italy. He's Sgt. Willmm McGinly of Ludlow, stationed at an anti-aircraft base Says 'McGinty: "I don't think I'll ever ; to make a salad again. If get back to Welleslcy the girls arc going to eat canned meat and like it." ton of Horncrsville, Mo.- Floyd O Covey of Rives. Mo,, and Miss Oracle Howard of Kemiett; William B Oyler of Langley View. and . an Miss Betty R, Harrigan of Troy Tenn. L. and Leroy Querry of BlytheviUe *'•" Lavona Trowbridgc Rives, Mo.; Patrick J. O'Malley Jr and. Miss. Vida-Elizabeth .Bryant' both, of Cenlialin, Mo.; John"'!'' —,.., ..i.,.jii,j ILI . UUUL.LI -"-•»••». vi v.uiii.1 UUH, iviu JOlin I and Mrs. Ida B. Scott. Doth of Ma- Evans and Miss Grace Carufel botli' Edward W. Q,, lck of portage, of Chicago; Virblc Junior Sims am! Miss Jewell C. Manns, hoth of Ca- nitheisville. Mo.; Thomas Lee Ans- ville, Mo., and !\riss Emma Gc"an Watts of Halls, Tenn. Edward B. Devon of Oxford. Miss and Miss Connie B. Wallace of BlytheviUe; Russell Ashford and Miss Nora Furlong both of Harrisburg, 111.; Millard R. Lucy of Huffman, Ark., and Miss Florence Ruth Wood of Rfdgely; Tenn.; Eudell Rogers and Miss Leona Lynn, both of Dell, Ark; John R. Boyles of Staunton, Ind., and Miss Frances Presnel! Meaclinm of BlytheviUe • Vernon R. Goldsmith of Fayetteville, Ark, and Miss Lester Jones of Vandnscr, Mo. Norman Lamb and Miss Myra Jane Lamb, both of Paris, Term • James Henry Lamb of Paris Tenn' and Miss Dorothy Jiiaiiits Nance of Piiryear, Tenn.: Ernest Martin Ford of St. Louis and Miss Mary Jane Cannon of Granden, Mo.; James Curtis Hodges of Charleston, Mo •>nd Miss Kathryn Austin of Cairo ill.; James T. Moser and Miss Earline Brooks, both of Dyersburg Tenn. Winston S. Brown and Miss Vallc Bess Wallace, both ot Charleston Mo.; Chester Call and Miss Mollie Celustcr Little ot Findlcy Tenn J. W. McDonald of Charlotte Ark ind Miss Inez Taylor of Batcsville Ark.: William Howard Fisk of Leflch •illc, Ark., and Miss Beatrice Bur i, vjJc; - Clan> 1>ueh ' Vernon Cfauscl and c an Miss Wilma Jean Hayes, both of Manila. Charles O. Hill of Guntown Miss., and Miss Cordra D. Warren of Blylheville; William Martin Fills and Mrs. Lola Sailors, both of Sikcs- loi), Mo; Gi , bert M w tl a Miss Betty Jean Porter, Ijoth of Kcnnett, Mo.; Homer Cruin of Springfield, ill., and Mrs. Man- E Oil igaii of East Prairie, Mo.;" Bill . , and Miss Marguerite A. Slmmoi Dell. Ark.; Other W. linri of a(, Teiin., and Miss Margaret Harrison of Keiineti, Mo.: liddle Want Ford and Miss Dora Lee Millhorn, both of Blylhevllle; Charles W. Specht and Miss Jennelte Ueahan, both of St. Louis; Arnold W. Kwen mid Miss Leonn A. McCurthy, both of Woon- slock, 111.; Edward Mitchell and Miss Gertrude Kingston, both of 1'or- tngeville, Mo.; Wllllnm F. Brocket! and Miss Km Mnc Priest, lx)lh of Union City, Tenn. • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Opposes Union Hear Editor: ) have never before atleuiptod l.-j get Into your column, but after lending (he CIO wiuiimg m Wed- ui'sdiiy's .uubllenllogi, 1 Ihlnk It time for evwy niydievlllc man, woiimn fiul child to speak. Tile cull Blytbevllle Cmincll and businessmen dictalor.s. First, let's ice who paid hi the money ($10,000) or more to build the Hice- Slix factory. The people of Blythevillc paid every dime of It. Mr. Lewis, Mr. Hllhmm Or Mr. Buchaltcr Mr. Welifstcln' or Mr. Rubin had nothing to do with II. Neither did any union official pay one dime on It or the machinery paid the price workers at HU'e-yil.v iiry . more money than Ihcy made in their lives. Why let Ine union In and rmiH> the Binne , , nl hfts b<>el) M Porlciioed '' mid .. «! Cunitlicisvllle, iienrbj 1 towns? They say Illc lioys overseas would "'' displense.! If (| u . y K,, CW of tills. II lin.b Ui-oii my pilvlli'do I.) talk wllh downs of tlu> buys in the uniiMl forces, some of whom have been overseas, and they arc very luiu-h displeased wllh the occurred und held up win- produe- liun, and S ay (lint such conditions cmmot exist when • they rclnni home, It lias also been my privilege (.-) talk with men who Imvel |lu> country over, and they sny niv- Ilievllle is Ihe brat town wlwcen St. Louts mid Memphis. Now let us slick together us one WB family and still mnke lllylhc- vllle belter us has lieeu done for Ihe ;)0 .vcur.s, and (hut without uny helii of Lewis, liuchulier, Htllnn'ii and MU-II men. M. L. NIC11OIS. September Poultry Jobs Move imllets lulo a clean Inylnu house and don't close up the house too llBlit. De-worm pnle pullets. I'lunt Italian ryeRrass HIM! crimson clover [or ernr.lnu. Continue nrllliie of old flack, Keep a record on the iHirftinn- aiure o( your flock. Don 1 ! guess when there Is a world of satisfaction in knowing. ominer STILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS While DID firt! SiiUinlny cvcuinj? dnniMgctl our place of husinoss to some cxUsut—\vu nrti still i to serve you. JOSEPH'S TIN SHOP Knilnwd St.," Ulylhuvlllc, Ark. . .. ~- '"" ntuu, UOLI1 OI I F wl n: ^°"! 11S D ' BUr " S n " (l M'SS" 1 Eleanor Stephens, both of Cairo. I — ^ —^^^^^-^^^f^^^~^^^^^^*-_ ^^™ ~—~- ^^"^^^i r^^ ~* Moonlite Dance Excursion* Aboard ..,. ot <h. Wo,ld:,,_F| |H t RlyS|Jji, r , rl . AI |. sfM|< Gla ,,. En[lo)<d| ~ ' TWURtDAY SEPT. 21 Leaving from CARUTHERSVILLE, MO. 9 p.m. Sharp TDAQK Ah i D Hls ORCHESTRA FARE-A'dulfs-$1.10 YOU CAN'T HOME NOW. . . I HI-RE arc no restrictions on foresight. You can, and should, put aside every cent you can for the future, in an account at this bank. Some day, not too far off, you can bui'M that home you want — and your bank- account will supply some or all of the cash' you'll need for your down payment. The First National Bank Tt ' *" '* » ' The Only National Bank in Mississippi County ATTENTIO and STATION: We have the largest stock of Genuine Chevrolet parts between Memphis and St. Louis We give maximum discounts to all authorized garages and service stations. If our wholesale man fails to call on you please pardon us and calf Mr. She (ton at 578. The Loy Eich Chevrolet (o. Blytheviile, Ark. Phone Day or Night 578 M County FAI Livestock HORSE RAC STAGE RIDES Free Grand Admission! KIDS SEE ARKANSAS FINEST FAIR THE WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP COTTON PICKING CONTEST THE NATION'S FINEST SWINE SHOW THE FINEST CATTLE IN THE VALLEY Have Fun t ! .* SEPT. 26- 4 * • *• i H? I

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