WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1944 Are Sentenced Pair Court Marfiulod ( For Aug. 17 Mutiny At Camp Claiborne CAM!' CLAIDORNE. La.; Sept. 27 < UP)—Two Camp Clnluornc Nc- gio soldiers have hcen Iricd and wiileneed in general court marllnl li'lnls in connecllon with a disturbance on August 17 at Camp Claibornc, and another Negro soldier has been arrested on chiirgc.s of rape, It wiis announced yesterday by Grig. Ceil. Louis P. Guerre commanding general of Ciunn Clat- bornc. Pvl. LcRoy McGary, 21, ix'ceiv- cd Ihe maximum jx-nuiiy O f ( | Cil (|, on charges of iniilhiy and ol hcr military offenses ami lius been transferred to Port Sam Houston Tex. Pvl. acorgo S. Washington, 10 received a sentence of life Imprisonment under the same charges as McGary. Testimony revealed that McGary was the leader of the mob that moke Into t\ company supply room, taking rifles and ammunition, it was also stated lhal McGary led llic mob in (jrlng shots ,i, vougll an orderly room which housed the company commander and other officers, one corporal was wounded antl the officers were- severely Washington was the lender of other mutinous Incidents Hint occurred in other nvcas of the camp the .same night, McGary's home addre.ss is 2253 W. Lskc St., Chicago, III., mid lie wiis inducted on June 23 1944 Washington's home Is 3305 Gllles- pie, Houston, Tex., and he was In- dueled May 23, 1944. Pvl. Lee R. Davis. 19. another Negro' soldier at Camp Claiborne, was arrested yesterday and charged with the rape of a soldier's wife on Aug. 8. Uavis was arrested after steul- HELP WANTED WAITRESSES, SHORT-ORDER COOKS fe Scd /OS< night and OUf 0!e Hickory Inn Across From High School Phone 926 BLYTHEV.ILLE - (AUK.). .COURIEir NEWS Carthol A. Hyde ,. Listed Among Marine Wounded Pvt. carthol A. Hyde, Blythe- vlll c alhlcle who cnlislcd In the Marine Corps, has been wounded fit action, the Navy Department lias announced. Son of Mrs. Emma Hyde, 105 Wesl Rose, Private Hyde attended school here nnd was well known as a boxer ant! basketball player. Extent of Ills Injuries nor his present whereabouts were not revealed. , ( Frisco Tax.^sst'ssnfcnf 1 "" increased In Arkansas U'JTLK HOCK, Sept. :«..<U.P.)~ A final lax assessment for more jlJinn .scrcn iiilllloti dollars hits been placed on Llmw pi-ouerty in Arkansas Tlie new a.ssesMwiil Is more than $3<X),OCO higher than the 1043-1944 Annie Vaughn Kimhlc Sought By Red Cross The Navy Department Is anxious to get in touch with Annie Vaughn Kimble. next of kin of Tgm Klinblc Jr., whose serial number is 04551M. ' Her last known address is genera! delivery, uiylhcvllle, but n search of the city's records h:is failed to reveal any trace of her ivhei'en bouts. Anyone having the woman's present address .should contact the local American Red Cross Office. Room 203, Lynch niilltliiKf. telephone 481, or night plione 218D. ! a command car from his unit, and was identified by (lie soldier's wife as the man who as-saullcd her. Davis Is said to have admitted the crime and also contessed to an attempted assault ii|»n an elderly lady 911 Aug. 14 . Ohnrgrti have been preferred niul Davis will be tried by a general court martin). EXTRA VALUE MONTH _ I f " !•*. . 1 . Make your Fall purchases of furniture NOW complete! ... And SHOP WADE'S FIRST— - while stocks are new and One Special Group OCCASIONAL CHAIRS 5 95 up These are tapestry covered chairs that'have been reduced 33 1-3 per cent and more. See them in our window! - i 2-PIECE'LIVING-ROOM SUITES, ' ' Full Spring Construction . Wide Selection >-. 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITES Sturdy, Yet Attractive. Our Leader 3-PIECE BREAKFAST ROOM SUITES' Nicely Finished • LAUNDRY HEATERS No Certificate Needed All wanted sizes of WARM MORNING and ROUND OAK Heaters and ESTATE HEATROLAS. I 50 Ib. Cotton Mattresses 6.95 AI! Felt Mattresses 20 Pet. Off Pre-war Metal Beds, Full Size . 6.95 Sturdy Cane Chairs 1.25 Utility Cabinets, 2-door, Black & White 12.95 9x12 Linoleum Rugs 3.95 Slightly liclftr Quality—5.05 to 7.',tr> > Full Spring Construction Studio Couches In Several 1'ritc Ranges ALSO . . . Cedar Chests, Kitchen Cabinets (these are hard to find, but 'we have a fair stock), Floor Lamps, Table Lamps, and other odd pieces. DE Furniture Company Blytheville, Ark. Soldiers From This Area Are Among Wounded Names of several other men from Southeast Missouri and Northeast Arkansas liuve beqn added (<> the list of _the wounded as released today by the War Department. Tech. Sergt. John W. Howard, son of Mrs. Peurl Wilson of Steele lias been wounded in the European Area. Stuff Sergt. Thomas P. Cooper, •on a! Walter M. Cooper of Steele, previously reported us wounded in the European area, has written his family lhal he Is Improving ifter Iratltnent In an English IKB- pllul. and probably will be sent buck to the United Slates for further hosplUillratlon. l.letit, I,. M. Hfirpcr, son of Mr. md Mrs. Marvin Harper of Sleele, icrlotivly woundiyl In Fnnicc several weeks ui;o. now is recuperating i'n nil Kiifjlish haspilnl. Sergt. Paul Genuan of stecle, wounded in the hip several weeks ago in Prance, underwent an op- eralion in Enghuul on Sept. IB, and will be returned to the United Slates for further treatment. He Is ttic son of Mrs, Mlllc German and J. 1,. Cormim of Sleele. Sertil. Octar Bond of Cooler, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Homl of lhal place, also Is recovering from wounds received In France in June. He is at present In a hospital In I'fc. Floyd Welch, son of Mrs. Pearl Welch of Monelle,'Ark,, has linen reported wounded in . the Kuropcni) mra, bill in details -have been given as lo his condition. Clarence'Owens Graduates As Service Pilot PligliL Officer Clarence Lcroy Owens of Osccola was amom/ the class of pilots gmdiiatcd; pt'Eltint,'- Ibu Field, Texas, last week wilh a rating of service pilots. .Member of the first civilian pilots class grndunlcil .lit Ellinjjlon Field, al| received this .rating alter having been enlisted men. civilian Instructors at pilot schools and pilots for'commercial airlines, ' Husband.;- of#Hhe former 1 Miss Joye E. Ijiackwood wlio makes her borne in Osccoln, Officer 'Owens fcrvcd with tlie Army Air Forces at Shcppard Field, Texas, before entering the Air Transport Command. War Contractors Will Meet At little Rock LITTLE ROCK, Sept, 27 ,(U,l'.)— District Manager Alfred M. Lmid of the Smaller War Plnnl.s Corporation says a mccUnE of war project contractors will be held In Lillle Hock tomorrow. The .meeting win be held under the direction of the St. ' Louis Ordnance District In cooperation with the Greater Little Rock Chamber of Commerce nnd the SWPC. Fifteen Army and Navy representatives will be on hand lo answer questions by the more than 200 war contractors, material men nnd financiers who arc expected to allcnd. StJoseph ASPIRIN -'WORLD'S UfltEST StlUB M l» DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 7 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 65c Incl. Tax When we repair Ihe sliocs Uicy arc truly renewed. Fine leathers, matc- — rials and highly skilled workmanship make llic footwear smart, new looking besides milling miles and miles of comfortable wear. Come lo Hie modern, connlclc shop. r HflLT€RS OjJflLiTY SHOE SHOP 1ZI W. MfliN ST. but ...'. IJrown, chief of the Commission's tn.x division, says Hie in- eren.se resulted from greater re- in liini.'i on the riiilniiul's investtnenls Hi us ii result of increased business. Air Fofiress Gunner Here Visit With Family For Staff scrgl. u-e Sexton has i\r- cd In Hlythevllle lo spend his Plying Tlie 21-year-old gunner on n Fortress was wounded on Ids nilsslon over enemy territory, recovered sufficiently lo coni- .• Ihe ncccssiiry ao missions. He is been nwardeil Ihe I'urple llentl, nistlnsiilshed Hying Cross, the Medal nnd six Oak Lear elus- '*. After spending his 21-day fur- "•fili here Sergemit Sexton will to n rest eamp In Florida bei! bi'liift i-ejisslgned, He Is the an of Mr. inul Mrs. Walter Sex- :m, and loriiierly wns employed 'illi Eller and Olson Uonstructloii 'ompiniy of Nashville, Tenn. loug K» fo Missouri Couple Has Four Sons Overseas Four sons of Mr. and Mrs. P. A, HtitKlliuuscn of Tyler, Mo. 1 , are serving overseas. 'Jhe v nre: Tech. Sergt. Klmcr L. Hundtmusen of Ihe Army Air Wees serving in (he 1'aclfic; I'fc. l''r«t- 1 PAGE BTOB AM \ dlc llundUuusen. with tliu infim- Iry In Pnmce; Wllllmii K. (lumt- liausen, seaman first cluss ot Hie Navy, somcHliwe nl sen utid 1'iuil L. Iliindhausen, seaman secliiul class of (he Navy, now In Die i>n- elfle. WCTU Convention To Be Held At Russcllvillc IIUSSELLV1I,LE, Ark., Kept. 27 <UI>>—Publicity Director Mrs L 1'. Parker, says (1ml the tiUtli aiiniuil convention of the Arkansas mill of (he Women's Christian TcmiKir- Hiu'ci Union will be lield in Iliissell- vlllc Oct. 10 through Ihe 12. One of Ihe miiln speakers will be MAKGARET'S IIKAUTY HHOI' IM g, nnt Phone 2532 Bring Ut Your Beauty Problems Modern Kijul|in:cn( lUlicrl tleautldaiu DON EDWARDS "Tlio 'typewriter Mini" j UOYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND KKMINQTON PORTABIF 1 TYPEWaiTERa 118 N. 2nd STREET PJIQWB Kiwi (hvcry Transaction Must He Satisfactory) MINNIE LEE JQNEsT Teacher of 1'imto Announces rcoiM-nlng of he classes for beginners nnd ml- VKiiecd pujiili. Enroll Now For L'unvcnlcnl Hours. Studio 807 Chlckusinvlw I'hoiic 1>!)<M Clyde c. Coulter of Llllle Kock, superintendent o[ the Arkr.iiiis Anll-xiiloun league. And Dr J lllniiifi, former iiiMldenl. of Galloway College. 'Die program wl!l ,.. muting of yic official Voarti Hie morning of Oct 10th and tlie convention opening that a ori GUARANTEED TIRE RECAPPING! 24 Hour Service Also—Vulcanizing and Tir* Kcpalr WADE COAL CO. N. Hwy. 61 CEILING PRICKS Plume Mrs. DALTON C. FWVLSTON, H. A., M S M ORGANIST timl TEAOIIEB •;• • or :, . PIANO — OKGAN' itiici VOICK Former New York OrBanlst and Teacher ... . ' For Appoliitiiiciil - • , ' Write Mrs. Fowlslon noi Clijukasawba or I'hono 20-11) Women's Hose SHKKIl ItAYONS Vt'ry fine Ilirwu) , IHHKOUr.AltS of iiljuVo |.08 , 85o pair i, „ I'" 1 " lia.von Hiwa j , |i „ IKKIHUIUnS of utuve -.V -I 8io p.lr \ 1 Kxlrn )' i 11 I ( 1 .08 ' , , 3KIIV1C15 WBKJHTS Exlin linipf ... i. i, Tlnise In nutsl/.es—311 to U. 1 .03 > WOMEN'S SLACKS and SLACKS SUITS at popular prices, ' -»WOMEN'S SWEATERS 3.19 to 8.95 Pullovers and Cardigans in new fall, colors. -5< w-f-w-fyiynyiyiQ WOMEN'S SKIRTS ' 2.95 to 5.95 Solid Colors and Plaids. A N,K L E T S For Women and Misses. 25< to 39<z A large selection. The Family Shoe Store t!1'> \\t R.«»I n ... _- . _ 312 W. Main Phone 2342 ) 50 and 100 Store 50 and 100 Store 5<and Store THRIFTY ,.;4 (Formerly Known As Ben Franklin' Store) Announcing - ... a change in name and policy only. This store is still, as it has always been, HOME OWNED, HOME MANAGED, HOME OPERATED. We are no longer affiliated with any outside connection that would tend to limit or control our buying, We are 100 per cent INDEPENDENT .,, We buy from any place and anybody who has quality merchandise ot the right price. We will continue to locate scarce merchandise and offer it at rock bottom prices! Thriify-ShopThriflyFirsI!" 50 and Store FTY Main and Broadway, Blytheville, Ark.
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