The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1944 · Page 2
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.BUTHE.VILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS " THURSDAY' SEPTEMBER 21, 1944 Ask Legislature To Restore Law > >>. »»j ^ Police , Group Seeks Clt^Moriagcr Plan For U|;tlC Kock tlTTOE ROCK, Sept. 21 (UP)— The Art,an$as Municipal police As- 'ociatlon"l\as'' adopted a resolution isklng the 1945 Legislature to re- 'lore the right 'of the _ people to vole on' the^clly manager form of government, The legislature passed a, lavv gt\- ing the people \tif right, to \6te on this ^ of government In 1931, ^ , cnlj to "repeal It In 1 193D The police association resolution, adopted yesterday* ^afternoon, asks that this Hw be^ie-InstateoV As'pcuillon president ileutcnant E J Kerr of the Litfle Rock police Department sajs the move for re- swling'the right to \otc on (he city, manager plan Is intended .pri- rmnly *for Little Rock He snjs the slate association is going to tick ih« Little Rock police in t campaign to restore the lav •Ihe association a so "doptcd n icsoltulon edorsing the CiMl Sc>- r<±' "'nV™ """ nod ""' 2es oe indue »u IL Wednesday's meeting, was a gathering pf i'tfsspcjfltlon'of fleers, .:since' the nnnuaKconvenllori was suspended tvvo jeais ago because of Hie war Howe\er It «ns decided to hold its', 'convention In ,Fort Smjlh Baseball Stars To Go On TStir""' Of War Fronts Following Series NEW YORK, Sept, 21 (UP.)— The .Army Special Services Division announces that major league baseball i-tars representing 10 major league clubs will leave for n tour of the front line areas of the war shortly atter Ihe World Series. Twelve currently active stars and sis innnngers' have offered their jse'rvfces and they will be accompanied by four former players, two .umpires and five baseball writers. The,.clubs represented are the New York,'Yankees, New York Giants, Brooklyn Dodgers, St. Louis Stows, Pittsburgh Pirates, .Washington Senators, , Detroit Tiger;;, Philadelphia Phillies', Clnclimatt Reds and Chicago White Sox. 'Benns".Reardon of the National League and Bill Summers of the American League are the umpires .dated .tn make the trip. ;••"•' The .players arc headed liy play- Ing manager Mel Olt of the New York Giants, who will have Joe Medwlck, EHly Jiirges and Carl Hubhell representing the Glanl.s. Brooklyn Dodger representatives arc Manager Leo Dur'ocher /and haid-hlUirig veteran' nixie .Walkei has been' in c'Nnlloiml of !he year. Joe McCarthy's New York Van- j kces, will-be represented by Johnny Undo)), George Stnlnbnck and Kick Ktteu In addition l.i the for-' mer gre.lt New York pitcher, Lefty Oomra. Manager Luke Sewell ami Don Guttcrldgc are going from the St. Louis Browns' Manager Rankle- Frisch nml nip Mvclr'rcpy'&i.'nt; the Pirates and Jod'Kuhel and Dutch Leonard lire going from the,; Senators. , . -. i(i,.l f ;i The others are Maiiiiger,s Freddie FKzEiimnons of the Philadelphia; Phillies and Sieve O'Neill of the Tigers; Bucky Walters of Ihe tiin- cinnatl Reds nml C.-jach Brtig Miller of the Chicago White Rox. .The lour will lost ,for!'several months and while specific' areas tp be I visited have not been divulged,' It. lias been'dlictosed that live Ihealei's of wai' will'be visited. It Is pointed out that the players will, not necessarily play ball, bul will devote Ihelr time aiid efforts to entertaining the men In fcrviec. Another feature of Ihc (nur will be the movies-of the. coming World Series,-which .will -be shown each place the players appear. .ARKADELPHIA,' Sept, 21 (UP) — When (he Americans 'Invaded Italy,' Ihe Germans told Italian civilians |lliat our troops .were ijafnu to straighten up -the famous leaning 1 loiver of Pisa. I At loist, that's Ihe report received ht-u letter .from Captain iLemtlel Kellcv lo friends In Arkadelphln. '• Says Captain 'Kelley: The populace was hysterical over insidious rumors- spread by the Germans that United states en- gineers.had orders lo take the .lean out of '.Italy's ifamous ..tourist at- •aotion. ' They were franllc, writes Kellcy, nil) assured by .the .Allied .military, oycrnment that the doughboys had o Intention.? of nllerltig their ue- ivcd structure, i . If Uio ' war has ended ne\t bv then!. Officers . attending the meeting vsere Lieutenant Kerr^A 1, Pesey- house of Fort Smith, first vice presldeni, Bert Campbell of Moilh Lllfle Rock, second Vice president, and W B Westerfleld of TeNatk nna, secretary' fore'the closing'dale. Application forms and c.xnmlnn- tion announcements may 'be obtained from (he County Welfare and Health Offices, Uhlled Slates Employment offices, or from Ihc Arkansas";Merit, System 'Council, Arkddelphia Man. 3'Governor. Until Saturday,- ; 'ARKADELPHIA/'Ark.'," Sept. 21 (.UP.)—Pro tern president, of the Arkansas Senate, G. w. Lookniloo of ..Arkadelphla, will he : lhe fhf.t Arl>nde)phla resident since the Civil War to sit in the governor's chair In Littie -Rock when lie takes ovor today and tomorrow. r Lookadoo Is 'taking over while both' Governor Adklns and 'Licii- tcnniit 'Governor -Bex Shaver -are- out .-jf the stale. He siiys he will not Issue any pardons or-otherwise up.set :t)ie Biibermilorial routine -and will act only In .case 'of emergency. • * -, ' . The. last Arkndolphla resident : to sit ii)- the . goveinoi's'.thnir.' ivns Brigadier- aehc'roi IfarrlsjFlaninjIn:- He was elected byjfuie i.ArKaiiins voters'uvUilb'. he wi!s ; iten.y(nK"iMs Cpnredernte troops In .Tennessee : in .. .-. r r , .,„.. 1803 and the ne\ra cnme'"as 'ri'bb'm- lor 1 ey punch ^operator, junior tab- P 1 Qt?..5.urP''!sB,,.to.:iilm.... Pofeijt Allied Weapon Is Safe Conduct Pass WASHINGTON, Sept 21 CUP) One oj the most potent Allied \\eap- mi« ia Uie drhe through Germanj Is a slip of paper, shot into Nazi positions ,,. .. Is nisafc conduct pass bearing surrender Instructions ;for German soldiers. Applications Sought For Positions In 'State The Krka'nsas Merit System .Council announces extension of .the. closing-'date,-from Sept ,2u u ,ta Sept M>|Ica lions for ist junlof ste 27, for the poslti nograpljef, senior . .stenographer, Eecrettry, telephone operator, juri- ulatmg-equipment operator, ao- Applications-must -be • filed with thc'tArkiinsas "Merit System Conn cil '*€!0 Reclor Building, on or be- A|cohgl equKalent of a poiwtf'of •=ug»r uduld gl\e us 41 shotslat the Jap? ' \ Negro Held for FBI Men Investigate Threatening 'Letters To Two Mehiphians I MEMPHIS, Sd|)t:.'.-21 formci'IDundeo, . fJeyro if, lie. Shortly, alter, .he .returned, lo'..tlia Army moved on Little Bock and the government --hastily withdrew to Washington In Hompttcad.coun- ty where it remained far the clurn- i' on - ' • •. t-\ His grandson, Dimetm .Planajjln, Jr., ilivcs'-in Ar}iadtMplilci »"•>-.'-< -•' plnnt'"" + 1 '""-'-- ; '- = •' held by Hie 'Federal,Diircnu, <,. Invesligalidir.iln connection wllh 'a plot to exiort $15.008 :from .two prominent Memphis business men by death thrcali. Fcdcrnl agents say lliat $10,000 was demanded of E.'L. Bruce, vice president and general manager o( the E. "L. Bruce Company, Five thousand dollars had been demanded from Dave ' L. Jolly, Memphis Eporlsman and president of Jolly Taxicab Company. ' The -Negro, Sam Brown, now being held In We.it .-Memphis, -is"rc- porlctl by the ^BI .lo have.admits IjCd a knowledge" of 'tlid' plot.' "" ' I r 1 Siir-T r •'•''fyrf 1 P S TV fjtruited .(o take Ills .inon'ey to a M^iApim'oiV' ^'hlle Bruce was 'FBI men^say that Jolly doposlt- et\ n"d iith'my"i) a'ciia jje "a '(" t lie" s)ibl Brown, who lives near the .selected -Miot wii.s observed .there. He is, being lallon of the Eindhoven .toward j.mclion with British, fighting northward from' BcTgiun •IV rominent Mcmphian s Killed In France MEMPHIS, Sept. ,21 (0P.'1,;A icinb'cr of a Tennessee family long rominent in social and -financial rcle-s. Lieut, col. John u, Snow- on II, has been killed In nclion ) Fiance. Ills wifo was nOllfWd.In .Memphis p.vierday that ,,he was..killed .on cpt.,.i. - - -..:,' ; . C'dtoncl Siiowtlcn,'a 'former aide 72 Ate Burned In Explosion At Magnolia MAGNOLIA, Ark., sept, 21 IUPJ —Twelve persons, Including eight oil field workers and four members of the Magnolia Fire Department, are In Magnolia hospitals sulferlng from severe burns received In the explosion of a 260-gailon 'oil :slor- age tank near Magnolia Wednesday. - •'•' ! The lank, localeB In 'Ihc Dor- ical-Magiv>lla Oil Field eight miles southwest of Magnolia, -was believed to have been set afire-by ii epurk from a nearby lank which was being cleaned. The .fire .doors burst oilt with Ihe fo^e -of the ex- iloslon, showering '.the' :men 'with flaming oil and enveloping them n i'lames. , . . The .Injured men were i-uiiied .0 Magnolia hospitals and a Wood jank was rushed to Magnolia from the University ,of Arkansas Medical School at Little'Rock. ' And That's Soufhern NEOSHO, Mo. (UP.) - A Necjlio cafe advertises chicken and steamed rice, plantation style, "as .-Southern as mammy standing :ln a -cabin to General Ben Lear, liad been on ncllvc duty lor four years. lie went overseas last June. No details of his -death were given. In addition lo his widow, he Is survived by three sonii, John B., Ill,.David nml Michael; hit molh- er, Mrs. R. BHnkley' Snowden of Menjphis; Ihrcc brothers, Robert -B,, of Horseshoe Lake, 'Ark., Tom D. -and Brlnklcy S,, o[ Mcmpliis, nnd ;a 'sistei-.-'Mrs. Sanlcy ,M. 'Howe, fjf.Cincinnati,..... NOTICE OF iSAIiE '(Arkansas) Notice is Iiereby;given that the undersigned mortgagee In a mortcaBe executed by w. r, B|ghain to the United Stales on the 23 'day of March, 1944 nn<l duly Hied In the office of 'the Recorder:!!! and .fdr'JMis'J slsslppl County, -Arkansas; '.the ! sa'|J W. L. Bigham having', .waived hl'l rights of appraisement, sale aiid redemption -under .the laws. > of -the State of 'Arkansas;! pureiiaiit'to the : powers -granted under>lhe-terms of the. nforemeiitloncd' mortgage 'and by the laws of the Stale of Arkan sas, will on the 22nd day of-Seplem- bcr, 1944, between the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock In the. afternoon of -said date <i Missco, '9 miles west of Wilson' h the County of 'Mississippi,,state 01 Arkansas, offer for. sale-to the .highest and :best bidder Tor'cash' the JowWB .described PMQertv Lto ? wit: • 2 Wick' horse inliles, 1 rowUva 1 lor, 1 middle buster, 1 section harrow, 1 double shovel, l single slock, 1 pressure cooker, 1 wagon, 2 collars and 2 sels plow gear. Wllness my hand this the 20lh day of September, 1944, United States of America, By Robert W. Downs. FSA Supervisor. :NOTICE OP SALE (Arkansasi. Notice Is hereby given that ithe undersigned .mortgagee in a mortgage executed by Harry Smith to the Uulled Stales on Ihe 4th' day. of April, ;)944 and duly filed,In :the office of'th'c'Recorder ; hi'and for Mississippi County, Arkansas; the said Huny Smith having waived all rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of 'the 'Stale of Arkansas; pursuant to the .powers grantcd'-'iinder Ihe lernis of tlie aforementioned mortgage,' and ;by Ihe laws dl'the State of Arkansas, will on the 22 day of Septcm- .ber, 1944, be'twel'ii the hours of 0 o'clock In the fdrenaon and 5 o'clock In ;lhc afternoon of said date, at Missco, B mi. west of Wilson; .In the County of Mississippi, Stale of Arkansas, offer for sale lo the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property, lo-wlt; 2 bay horse mules, 1 Jersey cow, l bay marc, l pressure cooker, l middle buster, .1 .turn plow, l planter, 1 double shovel, 1 cultivator, 1 wagon, I harrow, 2'collars and .2 sets plow gear, l single slock, l Gee whiz, Witness my hand this the 20th day of September, 1944, United States of America, 'By Robert W. Downs, FSA Supervisor. FJavof-rich VITAMIN VALUE 4/cw BACON "Good as its name" V j Your Vote Will Promote FREEDOM TO WORK ... — ior our returning Service Sons and Daughters. ,'ui ! ".-M"' 'VD 'li'i/'D'.i'Vi'i';-•; Staley's Cube ! TOMATOES ORANGES CABBAGE PEACHES CAULIFLOWER CARROTS POTATOES SPINACH ONE TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU VICTOR Red Bickerstaff and Glenn Alley Say: VICTOR COff El Is Better? Pound Package. 3 Pounds ....:59c LIBERTY CASH SHIRES, Ottt POUMO NET •2t PET MILK JUKE PEAS TURNIP GREENS CORN c ™ m Tdli •Can No. 2 Can i Style No. 2 Can No. 2 Con 10c CRACKERS MEAL FLOUR Salerno 2'.lbs. VICTOR 25 1b. sack VICTOR 25 Ib. sack I 25 422 BACON SQUARES IM LARD Armours, Swifts Round or Mayrose <Pka. BOLOGNA SALT ME AT OLEO *'^r.fc..')•;:• •- i f, . -.. !"• v.-•;»' •'•' -.!/? • -•'.. ' ; 'J/, ^,.?S., - "i|«f , ; Pure Pork Dest.Grade ~. Pmiml ^ : •-. Uest Grade ."? 1'oimd 29 C Nu Mniii Vonnd LEGO 1 LAMB .Half or Whole 37' WEINERS STEAK Fresh Baltimore Oysters LIBERTY SUPER or franks, :Rest Grnllc Jib. Grnflc A. Loin or Short Cut. 'U>. 39'

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