The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 15, 1946
Page 3
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FK1 DAY, iMAKCll 15, I'JHi BIA'TllEVU-MO (AUK.) COUHIKU NEWS PAGE THREE By German Gir! Wonted To Accompany .American Sergeant f Being Redeployed FRANKFURT. March. 15. (UP! — Tile Army disclosed today that an American sergeant was found shot to death In his billet yesterday with a lovelorn German girl standing beside the body, a sliil smoking gun in her hand. ; Plump ingeborg Fischer told Ar- riiy authorities thai, the gun went off in a scuffle when the sergeant tried to lake it away from her. The bullet ripped into his left sid: under the heart, killing him iiv stHntly. ! .Thc sergeant's identity was wllh Held for the time being. He \va. ijnderslood to have been supervis ing the Cabaret Club, an officers rendezvous. • Col. R. J. Connolly, provost mar shal, In announcing the killing sai that Friiulein Fischer apparcntl \'us angered because the sergear was being redeployed and she was being left behind. ! A soldier found the pajamn-clad body in the sergeant's bil!e,t in the Heddeihcim suburb of Frankfurt. Fraulin Fischer, employed by the military as a domestic around the billets, was standing beside the body. ijConnally snl<l she visited the sergeant before 8 a.m., evidently bent on convincing him of her love and insisting that he do something ibout il so she would not be abandoned when he !eft for home. :iThe officer speculated that the j^trgeant told her he was through. "he seized his service revolver, the girl told officers, intending to kill herself. Turning to find her with the gun, the sergeant closed in to take it ironi her, she said, and in the scuffle the revolver was discharged. "I knew what I had done." Connally quoted the girl as saying. ; She will' be tried by a military court. : our Teams Win n Marion Meet El Dorado, Marianna, Siloam Springs And Tyronza Advance MARION. Ark.. Mar. 15.—Mft- liUina, isi Dorado, Siloam springs Hid Tyronza sextets won opening •ontests in the Arkansas Girls' itul 0 High School basketball tour- lameiil. which got under way I'liursdiiy morning. Hlloiun Springs defeated Bismaik six. 43 to 36, after being forced nto a tive-ininulc playoff when the ganio ended. 3ti (o ;tc. Siloam Worse Tlian War BOSTON tUP)—Cleoi-BC lltthoiiey cattle uboul steady In clean' u]> trade. Odil lots medium to uooil steers, $14 to 515.00; medium to good heifers and mixed yearlings, $12.50 °f ' llc South End and John J. :°^j°r<^'t'S' ^-iS':irSSiF ^ Hithonoy went Into a downtown Iclothlni; More and imu'husi'd » suit for $lii only to find thill this suit was Ihe same one which lind twin who (oiiijlil wllh (In- Infnnlvy in the I'ui'lfic wllhuiU mvlvims a serntcli. ifli down en route to his weildint; anil broke Ills leu. able to SH; smisnue bulls iMwnwurd from $13; choke vealers. $11.90; ino llum to Kood. 51'J to Slli.M; shuiuh- er steers, $10 to $17.90; slaughter leifers. $9.50 to $11.75; feeder steers. $!),50 to $15.50. Mnlltn, n former Army cap- l';isy to Kt'incmWr l)ENVl-:u.' (UP) — There wus nolliliiK viuiue about the description uf u slippery holthip man who matte several .successtul robberies of Denver liquor stores. 'Hie robber wore ranged, cldlli- Ini;. im immense stocking cup. and i Ijeiird t'iit'h Lim« ho appeared i with a rtisly rifle In lib hiuuls lu ( ,[ rob Iliiuor ilenler. the rascal "Hip Van Winkle." HEADACHE C*roJini tontil •flttllJ ItiHIfJi iPKiilm ID tiiTi nuiiL tiorn Im.hdir jnJ niutil Follow tliiiciioni on hlil, Springs accounted for three bas-11 kcts during the playoff. [ Tyronza, an Invited sextet, eliminated Greenwood, District l'2 champions, 22 to 12. Marlanna's District Five queens won over Glen- dalc of District Seven, C6 to 21. and El Dorado of District Nine downed the Drew Central six, invited team, •17 to 33. Marked Tree's three-time champions, with 117 straight conquests, will clash with Colter, District Two tillists. at 10 o'clock Prlrtny morning. Marked Tree represents District Pour. At 11. Magnolia of District 10 will tackle Atkins, Invited six. Siloam SPSS. 42 Pos. Bismarck 36 1 Mason 21 P. .. A. Martin 24 Parley 4 P. ... B. Martin 2 Brixlcy 17 ... F Whilley 8 Mill G Harclin Opeiby G Wilson Massey G Williams Subs: Siliam Springs — Skaggs, Buill. Bismark, Wilson 2, shufield. Too Late io C/ossify Services Tyronza, 22 Jett 5 Freeman 10 Train in el 1 LaFevers . , Emciick . ... Ttitum . Pos. Greenwood 12 . F Bradley 2 . F LeJong 6 . F Dunn 4 . G catcrton . G . ... VaiHiemiller . G Thomas Traclors and service. Electric and acetylene welding. Illiicksinith work. Delta Implement Co. 1'hone 861. 3-lp-cU-tf Help Wanted Manannn GG pos. Glcndulc 21 j P. Eof I 33 T Parts 1 Bcnham 27 .. P White 10 Mix.cll F Orvins Warren G Lindsayle Mitchel G chamber Sisk G Rodgers Sul>SL Marianna, M. Eoff 3, Taylor 3. Glenclalc, Howard, A. Chambers. Tractor driver for full lime work. Good hours on concrete highway close to Blytheville. Must be sober and good worker. Write box MEC '/i Courier News, . giving full qualifications . and at least two references, j. 3-lo-dh-lf For Sale El Dorado 47 Pos. Drew C'tral 33 Lyle 22 P. .. P. Roberts 2 riders 18 F Deer 1 Garnish 4 .... F Chapman 8 Jerry G Causey Newsom G Hasty Murphy G chambers Subs: El Dorado. Bly 3, Gillcn- \vater. Drew Central, Smith IB. -ivestock Uaby chicks. Thousands every week. Several breeds. Get them at store. Hlythc- ville Grain and Elevator Co. Feed Store. North 4th Phone 2112. 3-lu-ck-3-22;-. Wanted To Rent Wanted to Buy t'oullry, corn and hay. lily (hcville Grain and Kle valor Co. North I Hi SI : Phone 2112. 3-15-ck-3-22 ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- I'ARDS. III., March 15. (UP)— USDAI—Livestock: Hogs: 3,000; salable 2,500; market generally steady. About 25 per cent f run weights under 160 Ibs. Tor. ind bulk good and choice barrows •uul gilts. SH.80, ceiling; sows am nost stage SH.05; extreme, hcavj stags quotable aro\md $13.7;"!. Cattle 2.000; salable 700; calves 400, nil salable; meager supply of Reed Courier News Want Ads. Come in and see our Glorious Display of Recently Acquired Gifls—Both Modern and Antique—In Our Newly Decorated Showroom. Selections for the Most Discriminating at Modest Prices. The Gift Shop Moss Bryan 103 E. Main Phono 2254 Radio Sales & Service Felix A. Carney 138 East Main Phone 3616 Bales - Phillips Robinson Service - Felix C»rnej Presenting . . . COLIE STOLZ and his 11 -piece Orchestra Featuring the Lovely POLLY FREEMAN Playing for a Cabaret Style Dance Thursday, March 21, at the ARMORY HALL Advance Admission $2.40 per couple—Tax Incl. Al (ho. Poor. Admission S3 per couple—Tax Incl. Tickets and Table Reservations on Safe at KIRBY BROS. DRUG CO. Sponsored by Blylheville JAYCEES ALLEN'S SERVICE STATION Phone 920 " ''Arkansas-Missouri State Line Sinclair Products SPECIAL GAS, Regular - - - - New Elhyl Cigarettes Buy at ALLEN'S and Save The Difference Protect Your Car with Quality Products KELLEY r S-819SO. LAKE Pineapple No. 2 Can 30c GROCERIES and MEATS Telephone 2560 DUZ 12c li ( . shlpskle cotton warehouse largest in the world, with a ca the port of New Orleans la tliu pacity of nearly 500,000 ,b»les. Colil Cross Slices present a smart picnic of Kit-Tested 1 * 1'ushions for the youngest, niosl fi-'iiilniuu Spring in years. •' The Family Shoe Store 14k Gal. 16k Gal. per carton MILK ^^»Carnation, Borden's, Pet, Pevely, Jack Sprat, Eagle Large or Small Cans—NO LIMIT LIBBY'S FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 2!/ 2 Can 40c Honey Sweet Peaches, 2 1-2 cans .. 32c Van Camp's Hominy, 2 1-2 cans . . . 15c Smilax Whole Apricots, 21-2 cans . 30c Hunt's Prune Plums, 2 1-2 cans .... 25c Hunt's Prepared Prunes, 21-2 cans . 30c Pineapple Juice 20c Bartlett Pears, 2 1-2 cans 35c Tomato Juice, 46-Oz. can 26c Cash Buyers for Property! Did you ever notice thai In my ads I not only fiv* you (lie DOWN PAYMHNT on the property, but also Uin exact amount you .ire to pay. You know the price before 700 consult me. A cood way to advertise. List jonr property wllh me. My commission ta 5%. H.C CAMPBELL Office: 120 S. 2nd St. Phones 446 or 2930 Mayonnaise Pint Jar 35c We Carry A Large Stock—All Kinds FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES FOR SALE! Hi Gill. Corrugated Steel Culvcrls in 16" Lenjjlhs with Connecting liands. They're TJglifcr (h:m Concrete, Easier to Install and Will Last a Lifetime. CALL OR WRITE— LEE WILSON & CO. Wilson, Ark. COFFEE V\axwell House Old Judge Folger's 33c Ib. M E A T S HAMS—Sliced, Whole or Half PORK CHOPS Ib. 38c PICNIC HAMS, Per Lb 35c BREAKFAST LINK SAUSAGE, Per Lb 40c PAN SAUSAGE, Pure Pork, Per Lb. 35c WEINERS and FRANKS, Per Lb 35c FRESH SPARE RIBS SLICED BACON, Lb. . 40c; Piece Bacon, Lb. 35c ROUND STEAK, Grade "A", Lb. 41 c

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