The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1943 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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BLYTHEVILLE THE DOMINANT NEWSPAI'Ell Of' 1 NOHTJIKAbT AHKAN8A8 AND SOUTHEAST MlSSOUlll VOLUME XL—NO. 22. lllythevllle Daily News Blythevllle Herald Hlytlicvlllc Courier Mississippi Valley KLY'niKYILl.K, AliKANSAS,.MONDAY, AJ'IUI, 12, I'M a SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS- ALLIES CAPTURE Today's Wan Commentary . ,. •: VI r '. Dictators Meet But. 11 ic World No Lou^rr Tri-inb ; ;- ! By THOMAS J. DONOIIUK ." ! of Uniled Press V, Tljc piilh of glory which Uie dictiilors U'oil with iind pageantry in their hey-day liiis hccn traveled iit?<iiii. Hut this time, the garlands and flowers wore missing; the li'iim- pcts and trappings were tarnished; the path of glory w:ls jciicliiifr at.last toward the grave. '" 'Hitler and Mussolini meet at Brenner Pass . . . That was a''headline which not so long ago would send tremors throughout the world. Free men would wonder: "\Vhal next?" Today, the world Ls able lo smile » grimly til the spcctnclc of those two men meeting again at tlielr. favorite rendezvous, but tins time, frightened nml subdued by the; thought thai forces. are gathering' around Ihc world to exact certain retribution from them. : • ,: Changes Reflected The changed atmosphere of Ihis latest; meeting 1 at Brcnnero-—'or wherever it was that the dictators' conferred—reflects the change that President Huys lursl 9 Killed, 32 Injured tn Tornado lias overtaken the entire war. Always in the past, llic Na/l and Fascist warlords were calling the tune. They exuded confidence and breathed llic very spirit of attack. Whenever they met, the Allied nations would hold their breath, waiting for Ihe blow to fall. The dictators seldom failed them. They first met at Brenner on March 18lh. 1940, three months before Italy's entrance into the war, and mapped their plans for the great German in the west which was to begin on June 8th. They traveled lo Munich on June 18th that, year lo discuss the request of prostrate Prance for an armistice and to agree to accept it On October 4th. 1940, the dictator. 1 came again to Brenncro where Ihcj gave Marshal Rodolfo Graziani his orders .for the ill-fated ;. offensive against Suez. /On January 20th, 1041. Berlin - 'was the meeting place. Witli .supreme arrogance, they nnnounccc •their 'plaiis"to-"annih!late^Englan( HACKLKUUHU, Ala., April 12. (UPf — The death toil in the western Alabama tornado has risen lo ill least nine persons, and another 32 are injured—four ot Ihem critically. Bui llirec children who had been feared dead have been found safe and unharmed. Early reports said they hud been virtually blown away by the high winds. • Alabama Power Company officials say their system ill Hackleburg was practically destroyed, J lhat crews of repairmen are on-.the job. The property damage is expected to mount into the thousands of dollars. All Hackleburg business district—cxlept the bank building was leveled. Six members of the family of President Roosevelt received from 7-year-old Florence OUila Ihc fif:\ lliiclciy Poppy' or the; 1(H3, Buddy Poppy sale conducted by the V.KW. General .sale of noppic.-, js tirlil dnrlnij ihc week 6( Memorial Day. Florence, claunhlcr o[ a deceased ex-sci vicvinan. re;.ldr:i with her llircu 'brother.-! -til Vclciiius of Foreign Wars National Hume for Widow:; and Kx-Beivlecmcn, In En leu Haplds, Mich. /MKA lolephalo). Driven To Northeast Tunisia For Final Stand; Escape Routes Under Fire l!y llnllnl I'l-L-sB X i,' The I'nml Ijitttlu of North Afrk'.a is 'it timid. Allied armies are UmniiiK forwnrd tigiiiiiwl life enemy's lust, defeiwe line m 'JuniHin. , (lur Iroopn, in swil'L adviince. dui'iiiK the. past 2'l hours, hitvo enplural the Moslem; holy city of Kuii'ouun mid the historie ]iort ol' Sotisse'oti (lie 'riminimi cast coast. AH of soiilherii anil Mitral Tunisia now is in our hiinds. The enemy Ims been hiiilod into,the uorlhwislern moimlains to slunil and die, uccepl. it Medileri'iinwm Ptmkiik, or c.u|>iUil<ite. The liilest indinilioiis ar« Dull Hitlor 'ind Mussolini, in n compromise •ijirrcomenl,, have decided lo pull their military »|icdnlisls out of Tunisia and leave the hulk of the I i- • Axis Aiilum nuny to Ilghtfto tlio lust. " ', All escar.o route 1 , for the Axis out tit Tunhta are under heavy. Allied nlr attack. Thiity-onc moro (iicmv pluncs-illghtere and transports—have been bagged by American I lishlnlng (Ighlci pilots over the Sicilian sti nils—Ihe same pilots, who bioughl down 7» gltinl Axis Irnr-spoil plnnc", In the last week. Axis Lustre 41 Vlaucs t'lie oilier enemy 'planes Strict Draft Reclas^iiieation Will Put Military Needs First County Begins Bi^; Push Today; Objective—4570,000 In Bonds Dan McCoy are being treated in a hospital at Haleyville. Seven members of the niackmon family of Vjncmonl also underwent treatment. The Identified dead are'Mr." and Mrs. A.' J. Powell,''Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mann, Mr. and Mrs: W. M. ShotUrand a.-Mrs.'Jackson, .itl|.pl Mississippi county folks will buy $570.1,00 worth ol War Bonds. 'I his is the i|iio(a'. The campaign .slarls today. Men and women of Ihc Chick- asawua district who will lake tiiiic from their work to .sell Ihc bonds spent yesterday afternoon at Ihe court-house (jetting ready lor their job. They filled the big court roiun on Ihe Ihird floor:.Every community of the north hall of the county was represented. Major!- Harry, R. McGuire, who before tire year Ls out." "The world Hacklcbms. The other stands on the brink of historic events'," said be-mertalled Marshal Cjocrin'g - whose LuftwalTe hnd mndc a shambles of England's cities. 'Hie world was beginning to believe that England was done, thai the Berlin meeting of. Ihe dictators would be followed swiftly by an invasion of Britain. Kcceivc Victory .News Five months later, on June 2nd. 1041. the dictators met again at Brcnnero to celebrate the conquest o( the Balkans and receive the news Ihal Brilaln had surrendered Crelc. On August 30lh. 10-11, Hitler and Mussolini met v.'ilh great fanfare and ceremony at (lie fuehrer's headquarlcrs on the eastern front. There, Mussolini poked his belligerent chin around the ruins of western Russia and marveled at the devastating power-o( the German war machine. That meeting, it' is noted significantly, came only three weeks alter the historic conference at sea between Prime Min- Jslcr Churchill and' 11 esidcnt Roosevelt. Salzburg was, the next rendezvous of the dictators, on April 29th mid 30lli. 1942. It'was there thai Hitler told Mussolini of hi.s grandiose plans for knocking out Russia with a smashing offensive through the Ukraine—thai months later was to be gibbeted on the ruins of Stalingrad. II was there, too, that. Mussolini was lo experience .the first ' tremors o( uneasiness about his partnership with Hitler. •He wanted some concession from Hitler—some crumb from Ihe German table—to quiet the growing unrest in Italy over mounting losses on Ihc eastern front. Hitler, too. was uneasy at-Salzburg, and together they mapped plans for gctlins more tood, more slave labor and more planes and (or Mumping out the wave of revolt sweeping occupied Europe. New I'rohlcm Arises \ At Salzburg, they also began to icckon seriously with a brand new problem—the problem arising from American entry into tile war. For even then, Ihc weight of American arms was beginning to be felt on all fronls. And llio Clcrnian dictator, at least, must have fell some apprchniMfln as lie saw the flood gathering far to the wcsl and remembered the similar, flood that engulfed the Germans'in I91B. And so the word comes that Hiller and Mussolini mcel again, and this time they acknowledge quite frankly that they talked of the danger threatening Europe and Africa from the wcsl and cast. It was a "defensive" council of war. It is plain that the dictators are long past their zenith. They sec the last remnants of their African empire falling apart; the growing certainty of an Allied Invasion of Europe in the west and the iinconquered Red Army stand ing fasl In Ihe east. They may have hatched something desperate at their latest parley; perhaps the use of poison gas In a frenzied effort to slave off the Inevitable. But even that cannot frighten the Allies now, for we killed in the Vincmont area. •IHiJIEHllin Openings For Qualified Men and Women as Clet'ks, Special Agents Fred Hallforrt. special agent in charge. Litlle Hock Office of Ihc Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced today that applications are presently being received for appointment to the position of clerk and special assent in Ihc FBI. He staled there were a number of clerical vacancies in the Bureau's headquarters in Washlinglou, D. C. To qualify for appointment to the position must be ol clerk, the applicant female at least sixtcci year of age or older and a .school graduate. The annual salary nl the present lime is $1182 wh|cl fought ,lhc Germans us ,ft soldier in the .iast war mid wears a double row , of' scrvic'cV-; - Jlhbons ' on -his blouse,'\ook a. recess,from 1m Sunday duties as executive officer of the Ulytlievillc Army Air Field to speak to. the volunteers of,Ihe ii- ancing fronl. Soldiers WM1 Sacrifice "Our men in batllc will go'wlth- nit lootl at times," he'said. "They vill sleep in mud and rain. They will fight and suffer in swamp and Icserl, iii'heal and cold. That can not be avoided. "But," he challenged, "it is up .0 us .to sec to it that they do not face the enemy to kill or lo be \illcrl, wilhoul ammunition and ivcapons. We must see to it Unit when they arc wounded or sick there is medicine and medical care to the limit .that it can be provided. "A soldier will light against odd.' but he can fight no longer when he has the bitter experience of reaching [or ammunition and finds it not there because we failed ir our job of gelling it to him—enougl and on time." The blackest catastrophe' of American history, Major McGuire said, was our failure lo g'cl ammii- Amrrh-ans Nol Aw;tl(r "Too many arc saying we a''i; winning and the war will .soon, be over," Major McGutrc said. "I wish it were possible lo awaken 13li,00i),- flOfj Americans to a rcaliv.aliun that it is passible for us to lose. This Is tolal war. Everyone ol us must net into It and light. The least we can do is fight without money." .]• Hankers li. A. Lynch and .S. II. Williams explained the nature , r pf the bonds, Ihelr soundness and value as an investment, atMl-(lic necessity of investing in Ihc'm. : ,"Make a sacrifice," 'urged Nil' lynch, "I believe you'can cbiivlnpi) every oiie that it is his duly . to 'Inanc'c'his' share of the war. We can lend money for Ihe who risks his life." Loy' Bich 'introduced C. O. Smith, who conducted Ihe inccllng, call- .ng Ihe names of all present to come forward for cards, a nnd for each person who Is to be called upon iicrsomilly. ' Calls l-'nr Kc|mrls ' "Each of you must report 'every 24 hours," he said. "If you do nol sell a bond lo any person on your list you must return u lull cxpla- nalion telling why not." Virgil Greene addressed the group as one who knew war by having experienced it on several fronls in World War No. I. "We at home are soldiers as the man who aims a lommygun or shoulders a rille," lie said. "And we can no more shirk our duly by failing lo buy bonds than Ihc soldier can by failing lo ilo his part In the front lines." "We must reali/e we are In danger," he warned. "\Vc haven't even slatted lo whip anybody yet. We have taken one small island in the Red Cross iVolunleers Far Behind With Work; Won't You Help Them? Noi Ih Mississippi County women were called upon loduy for additional cEVurts in one :of the most vital civilian projects p[ the-war, the preparation of Red Ci'O^i iur- glcal drcKilngiJ,, Thcfic new ct- forlK mciin that scores ,pf women By Hulled I'ic.vs I'lvcr/. iible-ljoiliod American man helwcen the aucs of 18 and 118 will be in uniform by, the end of this year axcupl those with otcnimUonal deferments. War Manpower Comniinsioiier Mi'Nult, who itwtlu this shiletiient fodny, |Hit it this wity: "There is'one fixed element in Uie allocution of miui- r—tin: nHiuiremenls of Die armed forces." lie said Ihcrc are only. :i,l!00.m>0 •-. ih.Vflcully-ill men In llio 111 to 3» nj!C bracket whOjWlll be deferred.' [hey are lliu nieil.who arc working in fiirms, clergymen and workers n vilal Indlislrles' and men whose ndiictlon would mean hardship mid niviilton for their Iinullles. McNull's stalcmcnl, made nl » news conference, followed the ao- llon of the Selective Service fiyslem In virtually eliminating dependency as u reason for dcfcrmi'nl. Neither McNiltt nor Major Ocn- enil iL/ewls B. HeiDihcy will estlmalc how soon Ihc drafllng of fathers will be permitted.'By fathers, draft authorities mean ohly those whose children'were born before Bcptom- bcr 15th. 1912."Under tlic new class- ically engaged in the work/ A routine inspection ' miulc during Ihc past week by Mrs. Maxwell Lyons of I.lltle Rock, slate supervisor, revealed Ihal tin: work Is of very high type but that the ipiolii lias nol vet been reached. Falhm; lo find a more .suitable room In which to make Hie dressings and lack of workers keeps Ihe i]iiola about liner mnnlhs behind despile excellent work on Ihc part of those who allcnd, 11 was pointed out. , Mrs. 11. A. Lyiurh. general director, announced today that a unit Is In operation at Dell with the Community House opened each Tuesday and Thursday, day and ...<,;..._........ _-.„„.....,.ictl' toduy, .the iillicrji'-'Synltgo LtiiCo 'clnss (hrcc-A, o'delay' Ihelr drafllng.aa long as iDsslblc. McNiltt said: ''As long UK w'c can possibly pro- serve Ihc American family we are !<>lng lo do II." However, McNutt Indicated (hat i BrenI many men now deferred tor occupational reasons will be In uniform by the end of Ihc year. The new classification ordci wipes out Ihc dependency defer- menls ot some 2,UBO,000 men win arc supporting:'wives only or collateral dependents such as parents or brothers and slslcrs. Hcnccforlh except hardship cases, those mci nlyhl, M, Wuotlard includes compensation for overtime. ™ Any girls possessing these qualifi- l callous should call at or communi- nition and food and medicines to the men who -fought and were llic'Philippine Islands, holding on until the last ; 'arid' forlorn hope that 'iicvcr came was cale with the office of the FBI, Room 145 Federal Building. Uttlc Rock. Arkansas, for application forms and Interview. Mr. Hallford staled thai additional special agenl appointments arc being made at the present time. To qualify for appointment to this position Ihe applicant must be a male cilizcn of the United Stales, Jctwccn the ages of twcnly-lhrcc •uicl thirty-five years, a law school _radualc. an accounting school iradualc. with three years account- experience .or a college gradu- •Uc with extensive investigative or enforcement experience or horoughly [Incut in Ihc use of foreign languages. These employees arc needed in connection with the responsibilities of Ihc FBI In handling Investigation of espionage, sabotage, subversive activity and oilier related matters affecting the internal security of the United Slates, which responsibilities the FBI assumed pursuant lo a directive of Ihc President on September 0, 193D. „„ ,," le "j p 011 LI1C \\l\y. Pacific Ocean and between it ami Tokyo arc 3.00D miles of oilier islands, still held by Ihc Japs. Each of Hit! chance should to whi]i the ol enemy with our money him witli a gun." if we can't I.tec are holding the guns at thcli Livestock ST,'LOUIS. April 12 (U.P.)-HogS, 17.350, salable 17,000. Top $15.00; 200 to 250 pounds $15.00; HO lo 100 pounds. $13.75 to $14.25; sows $H.30 lo $14.65. Cattle 3,000. salable 3,500; calves 1,200 all salable. Slaughter fiteers S12.00 to S17.25; slaughter licllcrf $11.00 to $10.25; slockei- and feeder slccrs $11.00 to $15.25. First sugar - coated pills were manufactured at Philadelphia, Pa. In 1857. licacls and they're fully loaded. I is the dictators wbo arc asking where and when they arc going I Packard Mrs. C. li. Bell AlHorner<iville,Mo. Mrs. G. B. -Bell, who lived in Jlylhcvillc a number of years ngo, lied Saturday afternoon at Horn-' crsville, Mo. She was 81. Death following a lenp,thy illness . the home of a daughter. Mrs. rillman Goff and family, with whom she resided. Funeral services wcic acid Ihis nflcrnoon at the Ilorncrsvillc Bap- isl churcli by Ihe Rev. B. L. Jaddrll, pastor,- followed by burial nt Maple Grove Ccmclcry' here, where her husband Is burled.. She ulso Is survived by another daughter, Mrs. Cecil Sattcll of I'owcnlon, Ark.; a step daughter. Mrs. Virgil coch, and a stepson, Flovd Freeman, both of McDermott, Ohio. Cobb Funeral Home .was In charge. New York Slockn A T & T -,... Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Arkansas liriefs I.1TTI.K ItOCK, April i: tUI 1 )— l.ieiil. Col. endrix l.iwk- cy, slalc commander (if Ar- kansiis (/uani sny.s efforts :iri' briiiR mathv i» nhlani olr.'ilr!-. 1 rftuipmciil for Iraining fjf H'l' Stale Cminl. Itcp. liny I.. Ilialcs nf Mrn.i has conferred with War iln.- inrlrrsnl officials in rt-parrl t'i Ihc rrfuiiimcnl. Itktlcs, a licu- tciiant in the gnaril has n- imrlnl lint lillliiiiicb result sltll air in iloulil, be: is i-nu- linuin^ lo 1UTKS for :issisI;ilKr. Lackey says thr. Ritard nrnls alniul r.verylbint; ami :in>IMin^ Kiatcs docs will be cil. Enemy Airdromes At Mun da and Kahili Hit; Kiska Again Attacked Hy United, I'rcss Amcrlcu.n flyers J urn trying'U Hash the source of Jup air Po'.w t both ends ot the Pacific. iYV <;omjnunl(iuo reveals Uiu uoiuliL'Vfl have inndb' lhri:e ttackn 1 on two iuajor. luiomy air-. routes In llio Solomons. ' Mundii — llio greal ,(ap fighter ilnnc base on Now Georgia Island -was struck .twice oh, tiunday, slum! lime. The ruldeivi will llomil deferred only for oocnpii- cniiscs. Tims, Class H-D Is as chairman, a.sslsted by Mrs. .lolin Stevens and Mrs. J. 1,. l,cwis. Business women' and Icachcrs are mnkinu drc.ssinys at ntghl. The Dell unit already has turned in MHO dressings. T'he Leachvillc unil, wllli Mrs, II. li. Howard us chairman, has lar^c number of dressings ready to turn In, if wns announced. Plans are nfoot to have a uni In openillon at Armorel by Ihc end of Ibc week but plans have not been completed for the Manila unit. The daily, except Salnrdny, at. Ihe AV- mory, nnd on Monday nii;hls for busincp.s wtmiiTi anil nlhcrs who can not (;ci durini: Ihe day, Women may no for all day fir n short, lime. Wash drr.sM's must be woin, Hie hnir must be tin! up and no nail polish may br nsi'd. Tlrcauso ol the i-a-suaHics nl. Ihe present and those cxprcird in the near [ulure, a laii;c numln-r ol drcfsinns must lie on hand if lives of woundrd ;.i:rvit:e iiicn are lo be ::avrcl, tlic lied Uro\s has announced. Ls the new set o nvallable [or Hlylhcvlllo unit Ls open Briefly, here elnssllliallons'. In 1-A are those military service. In 2-A are men necessary in Ihcli essential civilian activity. In 2-11 arc men nccr.ssary |o llu war prodilollon program. In '2-0 arc men deferred by rcns on of Iliclr agrlcullurnl occlipatloi or endeavor. In :i-A arc men wllh children am iialnlainlng a bona fide family re iationshlp. In !1-C arc men wllh 1 dependent and who nrc regularly cngngcd an agricultural occupation or en dcnvor. In '.\-\y~ a new category—are me deterred because Induction won! result In extreme hardship and pr! vatlon lo a wife, child or parer wllh whom he malnlaln.-i at lion fide family relationship In -I-A nrc men 45 years or ovc deferred because of age. In -1-IS arc officials deferred by law. In 'I-C arc neulral aliens rcqiicst- IIIK deferment, ami aliens not uc- ecplable lo the armed forces. wore brought down , elscwhcie, bringing iinday'.'i air toll to 41 enumy craft ialnsl 14 Allied planc.i. Murshall Rommel's remntinls now. •u racing frantically inlo 'Hie, lotintalii lino running fiom Tunis ml lilnprdi lo' Enlldavillo. :, ! OUf ombtrs and fighters have set' upon hem releullcssly. Tlfty cnciiiy vc- ilcli's were sel'aflrc in one''littnck iy Ilurilcune'ljpmbcis. while Amm- eail Wiirliiiwks./lcsliojcd IS per cent of a large' conccnli alien of Axis vehicles' Iri Ihc •Erifkliwlllc- <ulrbuiin 'arcji. JClght Geiman, planes nnil '25 other ail- • irnft iKirked on u landing'' field icnr , '1'iinls were, spiuycd with mmbs by Martin . Ivfara'tidoVb And I'lying Forlresscs bombed Najiles and blclly, ami, llio port of Tunis where a large slilp was l;it directly. 'I brcc qllior ships wtie lilt at Trap:inl, Sicily.' • , 'Ilio port of Kousic,'which llamil- bal used «s'a.mlllUuy bah,e,«tM.he» Didf-Of llio Second''I'luiUf W(frr»'ai*" lukeil by- Um- indomitable .British Eighth Army early this morning., Then 1 wii's Illtlo .opposition. , Kiilioiui'ii, on [he plains lo the wt'sl, was occupied . -by aiuiorcd reconnaissance cars Jroih - Ihc; Brll- Ish first Army which illicn cou- llnucd to the east .lo Join the 8th Army. 'Eighteen enemy tapks and 20 trucks were, knocked-out by llic. l f lrat Army. In Us advance , oji^ Kalroiian..nnd .then, Aniericnn' m- fanli'v moved in. 'llic resldenls of Kalrouan, including many Jews, greeted > Ihe Allies warmly, '['he Jc\vs cclcbraled Ihe occasion by ripping of( the cross of David yellow star the Germans bad [orccd Ihcm lo wear, nnd trampled .Ihcin, in : the dust. They said Ihe Germans nnd Italians had been pulling oul of Kairouau since last Wednesday wllh vehicles and heavy artillery. -. ; • • .• • Brlllsh submarines," roviiiR llic Sicilian Narrows,^ have .'. torpedoed elglil Axis supply .Chilis— two ii\cdl- um' sl'/cd vessel^ oi\o. tanker, and live small cargo Mill>s, lii' Ihis cpn- agalnst Allied" defenses, General I necllmi, Mufsoinl ls ;; reported lo MacArllmr revealed Ihal M out of I "nvo objected lo alleged Cicrm ; an -•' '- — -•'- TunUmn that " U'cs »nd caused explosions »uloi)u lie Installations. Llbcrutor hcavywclghls alliwk- ed Kahili, In the Sliui lliind Isliiiul nea, scoring dirccl hils on the ilrflclil rnnwiiy and iiiill-alicrafl jiiUcrlcs. And Kl.ska, .lap North Pacific stronghold In Ihc Alcullans, was ruldcd twice by fighlcr planes, llc- iiilts of Ihe.'ie attacks wure mil observed. In Washington, Dr. Herbert Kvall, Australian Foreign Minister, ucdiclK "bad news' n Ihe Southwest Dr. American was Issued lifter White House talks with 1'rcsldcnl and Harry Hopkins. However, the Japs apparently, nrc stepping up tlicir air odcnslvo for the Jups Pacific before Iftalt Is conlcrlnt! with otllclals. His statement riilitlni; force ol 45 ,Inp .planes were shol oul of aclion over Oro May. Our losses were sliuhl,. In China, a war communique lells of Chinese successes in lour provinces In centr:il and .southern China. Tokyo, meanwhile, has announced Ihal Jap troops had "completed their objectives" in flglilliiB at Ihc Hutiiia-Indlii border and in Yunnan Province. This would seem In Indicate that the Japs have abandoned their drive into South' western China by way of Burma. lint Generalissimo Chians Kill Slick warned his people loduy that China is and musl In her "diukcsl hour", "work hard lo conquer In 4-1) arc ministers or'divinity »" Hie obstacles to evcnlual vic- Ccca Gen Gen Cola .. Electric Molors Montgomery Ward .. N Y Central Hit Harvester ........ North Am Aviation . Republic Steel . Radio Eocony Vacuum 12 1-2 Sttidebakcr 10 Standard of N J 507-8 Texas Corp ... 141 ... 53 3-1 .....23 5-8 ... 63 ....72 1-4 ... 31 3-4 ... 34 3-4 ... 48 ..'. 37 1-2 ... 1C 7-8 ... 67 3-4 ... 12 7-3 ;.. 17 0 to go on. IU S S teel 18..-. 4 1-2 54 5-8 UTTM; itoci<. AIHJI n (HI 1 )— Defense attorney Wits Davis has disclosed thai ll" 1 defense may be rcntly for in>- mcrtialc trial in Ihc rase "f Trcd Mallics, who is fb.irffd with flic slaying of .lamrs i:. I'arr. Cirruit Ourl djiciis In- morrow »l .loncsboro. Davis says Ibat ;\ltluni;h it has been imlfcalcil a rniilinti- ancc will be smiRlil. Ihr tlc- might gn ahead ivllli Ibc case. . He says scnllincut ' s slron^ly hi favor of Mallirs, Davis lias revealed Hi.'' Malhcs will fiend self ilrfcns''. New York CoWm open high low closr pivl. Mar. . 1956 IOB3 1956 1957 l!>52 May . 2007 2013 1092 200ii 2011 July . 1981 1992 1981 1985 1987 Oct. . 1970 19V4 1909 1909 1961 July Dec. . 1DCO 1908 1963 19G3 1962 Sep. ReslauraiiI I'ricaa Cannot lie Raised WAfilllNCnCN. April 12 lU.l'.l — [ ; rice Adminislralor I'rcnlir.s lirown has directed his local offices to rs- lablisli price ccllliiKS lor restaurants nnd olher calim; cslablisluiicnts. Broyvn has directed all diiiiiis-out, places' from swank hotels to ."night owl henneries" to submit copies of llieir menus for lasl week. I/)cal OPA offices will decide whether to freeze the existing prices or order Ihem reduced. Urown .says slcps will be laken Lo protect diners-out iiyiiinst restaurants culling down on por- lions or MibslUiillns; inferior food. He estimates lhat Americans v;ill spend twice as much in restaurants this year as they did in 1939. Higher proccs account, tor the increase, according lo Brown, and he say.s llic ris c must be stopped, lie blames shortages Increased opcrallnc costs and heavier patronage in war centers for sky-rocketing Mcurcs on cafe menus students, 'fhtrc also Is Class l-A-r) lory." [or conscientious ol)]cclors available, for noncombnlaiil military service; I-C lor members of llic land or naval forces ol Uie'Unilcd States: 4-E (or con.sclenlioiis objeclnrs available for work of nalloiuil Importance; -I-K for Ihe physically, mentally or morally unfit: and 4-11 ror men 38 through 45. Chicaoo Wheat open high low close 142X 143 142-!» H2!i 142S 14414 143 : Cooler Holds Election COOTBR, Mo., April 12—At the (Jily of Cooler election last week all officials were re-clcctcd [or llic (Kill consecullvc year lhat no changes were made In any of Ihe officials. Those rc-clcclcd were: James ti. Cassldy, mayor; T. N. Brigancc, treasurer, Jack Rushing, city clerk; Joe Russell and Floyd Wagsler aldermen and Abner Ashcrnft, city marshal. In the school election for DIs- tricl No. 5 which Includes Cooler, Tyler. Crockett and No. 8 rc-Clectcd were: T. B. I'crry and Ulan It. Wil llamson as school directors. James Cassldy, who has been principal at Crockett, look Ihe place vacated by the death of Marcus Llmbaugli, principal at Cooler High School, and Mrs. Slout of Cooler Is completing tlis. term of school at Crockett, for a large-scale jxnciintlon . on Qroiuids lhat 11 nlglit involyc heavy lasses'lo the Italian, fleet. As u result, 11 is retried In Madrid, llltlcr .ligrccd to leave the bulk of the Axis Army .n Tunisia, withdrawing' only a lev/ specialist:, by plane. Promised Land Raises $356. In Red Cross Drive In Ihe (urinal report, of community gills lo the lied Cross Call. I'roiiilscd Lund's tolal was given as $K!>6.3D when the amount should have read $35(1.30. Mrs. •;;. V. Tucker was chairman of llic campaign at Promised Land which far exceeded Its quota. Following announcement of the North Mississippi County total amount received, $23,402, the lowii of Loachvlllc turned In another sum lo make n total ot $1383.7(i contributed by Ihis communily which had a quoin of $1000. C. L. Smith, S. K. Oarrell and John Ucnrdcn were members of this committee which turned in an Additional $99.55. New Orleans Cotton open liieh low close, Mar. IVfay July Ocl. Dec. 1986 2031 2011 1997 1990 1991 2037 2019 2002 1998 198G 2031 2011 1995 1990 19R(i .2032 2012 1996 1991 1989 2036 2018 1999 1994 Long-Tinic Resident OfTlii s Section Dies Here Last Night At 71 Harry II. Wright, father of City Attorney Percy Wright ' and long a lesident of Ihis scclloh. died lasl niphl, 8:20 o'clock, at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wright/906-Wcsl Ash. He was 71. Horn al Amhoy, III., he moved lo Yarbro many years ago whcic he farmed until lie retired because of his aaq. In later years he was a furniture upholslorcr in Blythcville while making his home wllh his son. Funeral services will be held tomorrow' morning 10 o'clock, at Cobb Funeral Home, by the Rev. James A. Overho'scr, pastor ol First Presbyterian 'Chruch, with burial at Elmwood Cemetery. He also Is survived by another son, Hunter Wright of Flint, Mich., v"d H 1 ""! rislcrs. Mrs. Grace IV;)]. Mrs. Maude Sawyers and Miss Carmen Wright of Falrbury, III., July Sep. . $&% Chicago Rye open high low close 85% 85>,4 87 li Negro House Burns A Negro dwelling on Fifth street was destroyed by fire Saturday night. •' The building was owned by Mis. O. Shonyo.

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