The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1941 · Page 8
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iTAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pel ley's Publishing Set-Up Fascist Group Attempts To Move In And Citizens Rise !n Arms BY 1,. 1$. NUSS'BAITM "• NEA • Special Correspondent NdBLESVILLE, Ind., Jan. 9.— Twenty $503 bills carelessly tassed before a small town newspaper «ilior have led to the revelation that William Dudley Pelley is "moving into" Noblesville—and now 'this town of GOOD is mad clear ."through. Noblesville is .so downright resentful against Pelley, founder and fuehrer of the Fascistic and ami- { Semitic Silver Shirts of America, j thiii threats to bomb the publishing plant Pelley is .setting up have been reported. Several weeks ago Pelley slipped into lown under an assumed name. With, several associates he tried to buy the weekly newspaper and job priming plant. The owner. Daily M. Hudler. was willing to sell for a good price. There followed a mysterious after dark Inspection of the plant and then Hudler was summoned to a lawyer's office to close the deal. The lawyer,. George A. Henry of Indianapolis, flipped the $10.000 in $500 bills on his desk, as a down payment, and Huriler's eyebrows raised. You just don't handle lhajt much cash, and in $500 bills, in the ordi- .Vayy. smalltown business deal. You use certified, checks instead. Hudler became so cautious that the deal fell .through. •.Next, the town learned the same mysterious group of men had . bought an abandoned box factory • Just outside the city limits. Carl Losey, former Indiana state police investigator and long-time friend and associate of D. C. Ste-• phenson., former Ku Klux Klan j grand dragon, took charge and announced he was going to publish n j national magazine for business. men. giving them "the news behind the news in Washington." ;, Hudler's •• curiosity finally revealed the "Mr. Garrison" who had .•'.sought'.to .buy. his paper was Pelley Losey then admitted that the firm, incorporated as rhe Fellowship Press, with Losey as president, would publish Pelley's writ- \ Ings on "metaphysics and" Luxora Society —-Personal Carl Losey, I'elley associate, stands heslde one of the presses taken to NohlfisvUle from the Policy plaut formerly in operation at AshcyilJo, N. (X V The presses" and other equipment being moved into the 'old box j factory ; had been shipped irorr. I Ftlley'ij former publishing plant '. in ;': AsheviUc, N. C. \ Revelation ^L Pelley's connection with, the .venture, raised a storm. The Dies Committee, which had had some dealings with Pelley back in. 1939, learned of the situation and," sent. Wick F-owler, one of its investigators, here.. . The committee was .particularly interested in who -was financing the. company, and whether any subversive groups had an interest. Losey told Fowler, that Pelley was the "firm's financial "awgei;' J for the Uuke y dinner, served buf- 1 Dismal is (he word for the abandoned box factory outside Noblesville purchased by the Pellcy interests to house their publishing machinery. ing. Besides the facuity members and their families the guests included the Rev. Re>: W. Wilkes and Mrs. Wilkes, Mrs. Eva Elkins, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elkins and Joe Dan Tyler. Following dinner the gue.sLs were entertained by Mrs. Charles Elkins who played some of her original piano compositions, which have teen recently been published and distributed. Have Social Meeting The first social meeting of the year was held Monday afternoon by the Women's Society of Christian Service, at the home of Mrs. W. S. Turner, with MYs. R. L. Moultrie and Mrs. Mary Norman as co-hostesses. Thirty members were present. Mrs. M. L. Gresham led the de- jvotional and was in charge of the program. "Sharing Means to J Healtli" with Mrs. Howard Trammel and Miss Lillian Wilson taking part. This organization which has Jjrowh to approximately 50 members will have three hostesses for each social meeting beginning with 'he now year, to be on the first Monday in each month. Mrs. £. n. Began motored hi:r brother, W. J. Sykes, to his home at Jackson. Tenn., after a visit of ten days with her and Dr. Bogim. Mrs. Ralph Douglas und son, Hunter, returned ihome 'Friday after spending the past ten days visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mr.s. Riley at Pine Bluff. Clarence Crawford and his grandmother, Mrs. s. J. Smith, wore visitors in Biloxl, Miss., until Friday. Clarence met his mother, Mrs. Maxine Crawford, of Alexandria, La., m New Orleans on New Year's Day where they attended Die Sugar Bowl football game. Mr. and Mrs. Alien Posey had us their guests over the weekend, Mr.s. Posey's sister, MYs. Norman Kini(. and Sergeant King, of Pt. Knox, Ky. Mrs. Posey's nephew, Mai'vin Sites, who has been making his home with Mr. and Mi's. Posey while attending the Luxora school since last September, is joining his mother, Mrs. King, ut Ft. Knox to make his home. Miss Sue Whipple, of Arkade)- phia, teacher of the fourth grade in the Luxora school was unable to return for the opening of school Monday on account of an attack of appendicitis. Numbered among the Luxora boys and girls who have returned to their respective schools are KnlJey Mahan. Clarence Crawford, and John Cowan, to Columbia Military Institute. Columbia, Tenn.! Miss Martha Kate Bryant, Mississippi Slate College for Women, Columbus: Miss Peggy Silimari. THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1941 FUNNY BUSINESS COFg. 1S»T BV MEA SEttVlCE. INC. T. M. RCO. U. 9. FAT/OK Rcaci Courier News want ads. "But, Mother, he's not a real doctor—he didn't make me say 'Ah-h-hr 1 Southwestern. Memphis; Miss Frances Reid Bowen, Blue Mbtu\-> tain College, Blue Mountain, Miss.; Louie Rocigers and H. P. Worseley, State College. Jonesboro; Patricia and Frances Danehower, St. Cecilia Academy, Nashville. Mr.s. Lillian Freear is In Evatis- ville, Ind., for an extended visit with her sister. Mrs. Densell Mc ? Oehee. and family. Dined First Each evening in the time of Queen Anne, a trumpeter on the topmost tower of his castle proclaimed io all the world that the chief of Clan McNeill. of the Scottish Highlands, had dined and that the rest of the world might now dine also. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearers of false teeth have suffered real embarrassment because their plate dropped, slipped oi- wabbled at just the wrong time Do not live in fear of this happening, to you. Just sprinkle a little PASTEETH, the Alkaline (nonacid) powder, on your plates Holds false teeth more firmly, so they feel more comfortable. Does not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get PASTEETH at any drug store. Adv. 2 Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Blythevilie, Arkansas Specials! Extractions - - - - $1.00 Full Upper and Lower Plates - - - - ^ $25.00 (Extractions Included) Head Courier News want ads. HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION Genera) Rep*i?inf, W«ldtac Acrow from Red T«p Gin FRESH DRESSED POULTRY AT LOWEST PRICES , You Select them, we dress 'em free! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Free Delivery Phone 154 L K. Ashcrafi & Co. AT OUR NEW LOCATION , ( 112 E. .Main, 2 doors east Blythevilie Bakery )N ./ t ' j Read Courier News want ads. Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence, was born April 13. 1743. We Proudly Announce the Arrival of Our New CADILLAC AMBULANCE The addition of our new Cadillac Ambulance to our ambulance fleet marks our sincere desire to be able to serve you rapidly atid safety when the need arises. Remember . . . there's always a safe and comfortable Cobb Ambulance at vour immediate disposal. FOR AMBULANCE SERVICE CALL 26 .William Dudley Pellcy . . , tries to move Stiver Shirt shenanigans to Indiana. The , box factory was bought in the j name of Mrs." A. M. Henderson. ' style. A large silver basket. to Mrs. Merrill from members T ~~ff i JL Indianapolis. In'some of his writ- j of the Cooperative Club, held white! LAST TIMES TODAY ings", .Pelley has referred to a .carnations and ferns, flanked by "Mamm Henderson" as his secre- j "ystul candelabra hildtng pastel tary. .' ••.;'. . blue tapers. Other crystal vases of; Not all-the town's residents, np .' the same flowers were used on the. pareritly are content to wait for. surrounding tables, and a large j the magazine . to ' appear, as Losey < basket of crystallized fruit, carry- is reported , to have turned over ing. out a color scheme of blue and to .the. T. B. I. a note threatening , wm ' te to bomb the plant. 1 Mr - and Mrs. C. L. Bird, Mrs. As .a, result .of newspaper sug- w - F - Wilson, and Mrs. Gladys gestions that Pelley "get out. of Motlt< assisted the hostess In serv- Indiana." Losey has redoubled the •secrecy surrounding the publishing! plant. 1 Peliey, who lias taken up residence in Indianapolis, continues to j keep out of sight. i %&+£££ NOftCQWMDV Wilson Society—Personal MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS »fjcwj^bi/wy/J-f }»ycr ncruu ^ PHOTOGRAPHED IN TECHNICOLOR Directed by W. S. VAN DYKE II i-artmount News & Comedy Help 15 Miles of Kidney Tubes Flush Out Poisonous Waste If you bare an excess of nculs in your blcxxl, your 15 miles of ks.lncy tulicrf mav be overworked. Thwe tiny tillers and tubes are working day ami niidit to help Nature rid your system of excess acids and poisoticnis Haste. When disorder of kidney function permits poisonous ttuittcr (o remain in your blood, it may cause napping baok.t<:br, rheumatic p.iins, leg pains, ic.ss of pep ami enurpy. getting up nights. Bwolling^ j-.uflmefrs under the eyes, headaches and iliz/.incKi. Fmtupnt or scanty passages with smarting and burning sotni Entertain Faculty With Dinner One of the largest parties climaxing the holiday season was ihe dinner given bv Mrs J A Merrill u..ii.<.i. given us i\n^ j. A. luunn, - m Compliment to the members Of j times shows there is comrthiag wroog with Wilson school faculty, who have | returned from their homes to re- ' Slime their school work, following, «*s^ l 'y *»y rnilhons^^for ov-«r 40 ye.irs. They rhi-iKtma^ vnrtTfnn P-? 5 PP ^ T ^?" <l w511 {lelp Lhe 15 ^^ ot unnstmas \acauon. I kniney tubes flush out poisonous waato irom The club-house was the settinp ' your blood. Get Doan's ruis. FRIDAY BARGAIN DAT Matinee lOc & 20c Night lOc & 30c Hurtling into memorable adventure! Also Selected Shorts. FRIDAY. SUN., MON. SPECIAL NEWS FLASH Paramount N'«ws Story of Freest- I t'icnt Roosevelt's ncltlirss to tlu; 77lh LISTEN TO KLCN IL»:00 a.m.— 12:45 p.m.—4:30 p.m THUR. & FRI. HA KG A IN *'••• •' " 4 >" Try Our "Warm-Morning" Sentry Coal, For the New Warm Morning Stoves PHONE 76 COM MAT OLIVER • SEORSE ttMOERS MAY ROiSON • ZASU PITTS UN) Honrl • Mtn Also Selected Shorts. SO BIG! SO WIDE! See the man with the ORANGE "MEASURING STICK"! COMPARE THJSM! 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