The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1944 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 26, 1944
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.TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20/1944 ' Suspect is Held In Lottery Case Miami Man Accused & Of Operations In " New England Area MIAMI. Fla., Sept 20 (UP)— A 34-ycnr-old Miami tiixicub com\n- ny operator, Frederick William I-cnk, lias been lUTcslect by pm agents in connection vdlh a one Jiiillioji dollar per year lottery racket being operated in three New Eiy- InnH stiites U'nk was taken into custody on a warrant charging him with op- crating the alleged racket, along with 10 other men, in Maine, New Hampshire and Massncluisels He was specifically charged \\iili conspiring to transport lollcry iH-k- e(s into interstate commerce The warrant was served after a Portland, Maine Federal grand jurv returned an Indictment, lie was released by U. S. Commissioner Roger Edward Davis under $5000 | )un d Lenk and his coiup.iions, who Flir ngeiiUi said were arrested in New EiiBlnmI were expected to appem- 29th llea "" B "" Scut- rm C " a ^ G ' Uamier ' |1CB<1 °f "ic" Mil in Miami, says tiiat Lcnk admitted operating mira-statc lotteries under auspices ol various social clubs. Dainier revealed that weekly lottery ticket sales in Maine. New Hampshire and Massachutts netted the organization as much as $50.000. Tickets sold for 25 and 50 rent.?, ) le said, nntl llrizes mn from SI to $3000 daily. Keeping Up With The Men In Ser vce N. May, son o! Mrs. Nora May of steele. has received a rating of petty officer 3-c in the Navy. He now is stationed at Honolulu, Hawaii. Pvt. Harold o. Saulsberry of Steele. has been awarded the Army good conduct medal far exemplary service as an enlisted man in 'col Monro's jungle infantry of the Panama mobile force. He entered the Army in October, 1939. and has been on foreign service in Hie Panama area since March of this year Scrgt. Paul T. German of Steele soon will undergo another operation for removal of shrapnel from Ins hip. Sergeant German, whose wife makes her home in Stecle, was wounded in Prance on Aug. 1. Staff Sergt. Wayne Pisk, a radio- gunner on a B-24, has arrived in Italy, according to information received by his wife, who is living in Steele. 5Iis parents are Mr. and Mrs •). P. Fisk. ...--. ;.-„-. Lieut. Cnrl P. Sheelcy, U.S.M.C.R., has been nssisrnert ns instrument instructor at Mojave, Calif. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sheeley Jjvc in Steele. .*\ieut. Howard O. Frlsby J., wife- 58 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fris- •ly Sr., now are living in Memphis but who formerly lived in Blytheville, now is in a hospital in Italy, where he has been ill since July 9. Jlis condition now is. improved, his family has been informed. Gilbert D. Hammock Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hammock Sr, of Elytheville, has been promoted . to the rank of staff sergeant in the India-China area, where he arrived about •'six weeks ago. His wife is making her home in Los Ve°as Ncv. First Sergt. Robert L. Temple has arrived in England according to a message received from him by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. R, P. Tem- Ple of Horncrsville, Mo. His wife, the former Miss Mnrjorie Kendall of Fort Smith, Is living there while he Is overseas. Sergeant Temple is a veteran of 7.0 years service with the Army, having enlisted at the iigc of 18. He spent some time at Anchorage and Nome. Alaska, and four years at S:hotield Barracks m EJ.wall. His sister. Mrs. E<| Doss c.W;iielKp, Ark., i.Jormcrrlv, livd.i- in Wlythevilte. Methodists To Meet At Marrilton Oct. 3 J MORRILTON, Ar)c ., Sep t 2 3 (U.P.>-TIie North Arkansas Conference of the Methodist Church if to meet iJiMorriiton for four days beginning Tueday, Oct. 31. And about too or 400 ministers and lav leaders are expected to attend the annual meeting. Presiding will be Bishop Paul Martin of Little Hock. You're Not Too Old To Feel Young Tin's is .n message for men who have known life but no longer find it thrilling because of the lack of certain vitamins and hormones Tvomone, a recent medical discovery combining vitamins and hor- I mones may multiply the vim am* I zest and enjoyment you once knew. 1 Your whole approach, vour whole altiturto toward life, may improve I when yon begin ,to use' Tromonc. I Noy; it may be possible for middle fcX.iioii to again enjoy the same iiM. vitality and pleasures that lna 'VL. tnclr i'outli a thing to re- I momoer. AcMed years may not sub- I tract from your pleasures when yon I "se Tromone, the new medical for- Iroula combining vitamins niui hor- I mones. Follow directions on label, fromone for sale by Robinson Drug . and druggists everywhere. SwoWat PILES! But Now He SMILES! l M mvtc ' T ' f BOCTQKS 1 MJ- TODAY. I an good drug stores everywhere -In Blytlievlllc, at KIrby Drug. Failures Marked Career Of Scientist Believed Inventor Of Robot Bomb Ilv JAMli.S n. AHTCIIKU, NKA Service Staff WiJtci- Cieoigcs Claude, French savant who once startled the scientific rld uy declaring he could sad- til? power of-Hie seas to the needs ol man has handed the world another jolt—he's believed to be the inventor of the robot bombs. Claude, 74-year-old member of the French Academy, has been arrested by the French near Niincy, where parts of robot bomb emplacement also were found. For some lime, reports reaching Allied ears hnve indicated that Claude was the father of the robot. During trips to the Americas from 1927 to 1934, Claude rated extensive ncwspairer space with stories and picture of his latest findings, Including a device which he believed could obtain electric energy from the Gulf Stream. He demonstrated Ills invention in 1930 at Havana Cuba, causing SCO - candlepoivcr bulbs to glow for half an hour with energy produced from the ocean.. DISASTROUS KNI) Claude's pretentious efforts ended in disaster when one of the huge tubes necessary to sink down to the depths of cold water, broke loose and wns lost. The expense of recommencing all the work was too great and the enterprise was abandoned. Some time later, Claude announced that such deep sea activities wer e best, conducted from a boat. He convinced a group of scientists and industrialists to support him in a new venture. The 10000-ton ship Tunisia was rented and refitted. The party sailed to Rio de Janeiro, but his equipment failed to work and he .wired France that lie was through. ' •' : -, : , PlaunVs unsuccessful scries of experiments depicted his fortune. His earlier successful invention of an ' (ARK.) COUHlER NEWS Brings, Helmet Of German Soil From First Raid.. WITH THE UNITED STATES FOURTH DIVISION IN GERMANY. Sept, 26 lUl>>-LUnit. c. M, Shugnrt of Sioux city )«| the f| JS l American foot -patrol onto 1 Gorman toll, and he brought bai-k u Jicl- mi-lful of that soil to prove it, in case (hut wasn't proof niouyh, Sliugnn also returned with the cnp of a Gemma ncasnnl, one of his liiiltons and n cout haii«ei. Sliugnrl and eight men crossed Into the Kclcli on Hie nljjhl of September llth. They probed for several miles without running Into any German opposition, uut they rilcl run across n little domestic nl- tcrcnlton. ... A German civilian hud just finished scolding one of his children, anil lils wife was scolding him for scolding the child. But ShiiBnii says nil ilu'cc started to whimper and cry when they snu- (he Americans—they expected to be killed. In fait, says Shugart, they made such a racket that (he entire patrol w;as decidedly uncomfortable. But they quieted down and helped the American find sonic mementoes. , . Sliueart presented his helmet of German soil to , General • Barton, Georges C'laiiile, French scientist i-Cjiiilril 14 l,e ll, t , inventor of llie I'oliol bomb, slanils beside Hip B i;tiif million-clullai- lube which lie used in tuba in electrical experiments, i.uss nf the lube spelled disaster frrjns project. incaiuiesccnt lamp based on the use of krypton gns to give filaments ii much brighter ligbt enabled him to stage a comeback. lie made n new fortune by Inventing the neon tube. Claude also tried his hand at politics, combining his scientific knowledge with a campaign for election lo the French Chamber of Deputies. "Vote for science and vole for prosperity.' wns lik slo- Ran In 1928. He gathered voles by doing scientific tricks. During World Wai 1 I, Claude devoted his bombs, (jases and chemicals witli which Allied armies were able to meet the enemy. 'Bugsie' I'ei-fmmlih; dos wllh the Ijnck- eye Stale Shows which ojn'iieil lust nlgm m the Mlssi.ssl|>i!i comity Hill Is "Hut-sic", who had Um <|is- liiiclion ot |;hyln B , a six w k.s t'lixnt'i'ment wtlh i« diuice orclu.\stra nt ihi> Cluilenii Kromnmi', Quebec _ c 'ty, Canada, t\MC'i> (he Temperatures ... , . •• nitii Atlniitn • 13 nuiiustn • i 80 IJIrmltiglmm , no f-'iinrlfston .,., 79 OlmrlbllC .,.,;.•[••',• i ia Clilcneo 74 Cincinnati vo Denver 71 Detroit : n iucksonvlllQ ., j.( Knnroa City 73 commander of the American Fourth Division. Miami Montgomery New Orlcnni Mew York fan Antonio Savanah 'rnmpn Wiisltlnslon ' Dallas Houston Jackson '.., Little Hock Shrevcport Low 89 03 04 59 US 68 50 •15 54 55 01 •03 02' 07| G New York stale's first liatehei wns built in li)70 at cnlcdonlu. place for conferences Ijctwc'cn Pres lileiil lioosc.Vell mid 'I'rlmu Minis Ifr ciit'irclilll;;. ,..'.- The government's made it easier for you to get a bike and we've got them NOW. 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We've got these big beauties now so bring m your Grade I certificate for today's Number 1 tire (ptl " tdl) a new Goodyear. , '" . 60ai6 tviift your RECENT SHIPMENTS have given us unusually complete stocks of tires ond tubes for both trucks and passenger cars— GET YOURS WHILE THEY LAST! MISSISSIPPI COUNTY Sept. 26 R ACES THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY S U N D A Y Shows and Rides All the Time GRANDSTAND SHOWS: WED. TtiOyGH SAL NIGHTS Admission Free AT Arkansas State Duroc Show Starting Tuesday, Sept. 26 I World's Champion Cotton Picking Contest Wednesday, Sept. 27th;," PONT MISS IT! Kids Free Ail The Time No Grandstand Adm, Charge " Way. No Charge Before 1:00 P.J& Wednesday. ^S ' .-. . . i * * . I M .* wv *

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