The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1941 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1-941 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK:) "COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Uncle Sam's New Air Infantry Travels High, Far and Fast Resolution Offered Group Today In Memory For Former Member of our sympathy lor them hi. their bereavement. / Thuti these resolutions be spread upon the records or this court, and a copy be given to the press. CLAUDE P. COOPER. Z, B. n'ARHl:3ON VIRGIL GREENE S. air infantrymen trained in snappy loading, board a huge transport plane at ^ort Sam Houston. Tex. Quickly loaded, the plane takes off. They can be landed behind enemy lines for attach or sabotage or at a. combat front, Members ol the Jjlythevllle Bar chutes are discarded, worn for protection They're Important stances. n*\v a*r nl transport tli -v infantry is coordination antler adverse circum- linc un—reartv for battle orders. '\ of tt ai»-.'«»> n» line' jic|:ly. debarkir.e'''rom Dive bombing .. . parachute trcopr, . :!•. mechanized attack . . . 0113 by one Uncle Sam learns his lessons from Europe's war.-• Latest '...project ;; of..tJ.-S.;Army is lavga-?cajc .aerjal transport, of 'inCamry • witn full, .fight-ing equipngut. . Unlike : Ra^achutc troops, 'who jump irom flying" planes to take up their'-positions, air infantry uses ]anes merely a.s a means of transportation, parachutes'merely as a safety measure. : Success of experiment at. Fort Sam Houston. Tex., by the Second Division tropes pictured above, is expected to lead to extensive use of aerial transportation. British Recapture East African Fort Senator Truman Will Preside At Meeting STFELE, Mo.. Jan. 21— Harn, S. Truman. United Stales? Senator of Missouri,, will preside as Grand Mnstef over the 51st District Masonic Association which 'will convene at Steele Saturday. The program will start at 4 o'clock at the Masonic Hall witn an exchange of fraternal greetings., followed by business meetings. The Eastern Star members will serve a "Plum" supper at 6:30 o'c!cck when hundreds of Masons, their wives, widows, mothers and sisters throughout this district wiH be guests. A program will follow in.which the school band will give a concert and operetta after wiucii an-address will be made by Grand Master Truman. NOTI.C HE SURE TO BRING YOUR nemoralizing Mr. E. E. Alexander, association member who died hist Nov. 2(5. with Judge G. E. Keck .Tosiding nt a special session before Circuit Court opened today in BlytheviUe. The resolutions and notes ol thu neetlng, us ylven to the Courier News, arc us follows: 1 ** IN MEMORIAM EVERETT EDWARD ALEXANDER \ On January 21, 1D41, the following proceedings with reference to the rlcath of Everett Edward Alox- tuider. n member of this b.ir. wore had in the Circuit Court for llu- Chicknsiiwbn District, of Mississippi County, Arkansas, Honorublo G. E. Keck, presiding: Mi*. Claude F. Cooper addressed the court us follows: May It please your honor: I hnve been designated by the Commit UM; ju Resolutions appointed by the Blythevllle Bar Association to pro- , itint rht? following resolutions adopted by the association in memory of the life of Everett Edward Alexander, who departed this lift. 1 on the 20th day ol' November, inio. Resolutions Mr. Everett Edward Alcsundor was a native of the Mute of MLs- -ouri. born on the 17 day o! .-fiptcinbiT. 1891, at Fruitbiul. a small village in Capo Ginirdeiui County. Missouri. He received . hi!- aciulcmic education nl Jackson, Missouri, and later In Ihc Unlvcr- I sity of Tennessee af LCnoxvilli 1 , vlinv he received his L.L.B. do;roe in 191M. In 19QB he was mnr- iod to Mies Quincy Tipt.on, and ocaiccl in the City ol' r^ythoviiu 1 \vhero he practiced his profession in til the time of his death. In 1915 he became a mumhiM 1 of tin; Arkansas' Stale Leui.slauiT. and served Ms state In trial capacity for a period ot twelve years, uunriii, nil 01 wnich Lime ho wu,s recognized asuin outstandlnu leader, and through hi.s ability accomplished much. "good, tor the lii.ntc. Hi.s attitude upon all mutters involving public Interest wti:; 1'nu* irom compromise, and ne was never afraid to,express Ills opinion. On the other hand, he was broad niiiuka; generous, and thoroughly .cm.ueraU* of the rights; and privileges of his fellow man. It was never his dc.sire o do harm u, anyone, not even nis fMU'nus.i. .£;•*• wa-s free irorri. criticism 01 other people, and was. always able to sue and recognize, the good deeds of other people. He possessed :i wonderful, and unusual, personality, and was much beloved by his fellow man. As a lawyer he possessed n comprehensive knowledge c/ legal principals, and a ke:vi discriminating mind. His judgment was excellent. As an advocate before the juries he had few equals. He was aggressive and- resourceful, cut conslaertue and fair. THEREFORE, be It resolved, that in the death of our be'ovcri friend and fellow lawyer, Everett Edward Alexander, the bar has lo.st a distinguished member, and the community n useful nnd beloved citizen. That a copy of these prozcedlm.s be prepared and transmitted to' the members of his family as a token of the high esteem and respect in which he was held, and WAKNINO OBD13 Board of CvmmiNiiionere .of i'avlng 0i»tHa .No, 2 of BlyLhevilk', Arli»D«»»i, HI id Boiinl of CotuiniKcloncrs ot PiivliiK. .Dlnlrkt. No. 3 of. Blythovillo; Arkiriiaa, , Vs. Xo. 7405 l'nliiirjiio»t l^undK, Ulockfti • DC'-I'urccta' nf Land, and ruilroml trurkh uixl rigt.t-of'wny; hi sulrt Plaintiffs, Dr. F. C. Maguire Begins Work Tod ay; Plans To Hold Series of Clinics rv county Ihi- Mrsl here DefendUjUs. ' AH prrKmiM, finn*. or contorntion* hiivlnp or cliiiminif «» merest in ooy* of the following doKmhijil lundw, lots, blaclu, or p«rc«l» at luud, railroad (.racks unit 1'lKlit-of-wuy, (tro hereby notified un<J warned llwl bull is pending |V ilio Ohuiii'i'ry Court for lliu Cluclfusuwbit Dltitrict, MimsiKKlppi. County,;'Arkan- .si*},, lo unfgrcit Hie collection ot wrulu paving UXCK or asHCfcs'menU'on the Mib-j<iiii<?<l limn of luuils, cuch^ Kupi»ottcil owner having been MCI opposite lii^ or bar nr Us lauibi, loyotlu'r \\itb Ll.e tiwcumtx Hevi;rti!!y duo front each towit: DIfft. No. 2 DIST No. 3 Ownor '• Lot Blk Tax Penalty Tax Penalty 'Total Barren mid Lilly Addition ':;• : • \\'. K. Kyl.H! """""I_-I.<I.,,I...ll A Mrs. 0. I'l. Stow-nrl -..»-_.„,...^13 U U. J, gpuuuur -.--, - .~J8 B J. U '\Vri«iit ... .. i J 1 ' Misslspinpl county hsxri health oiricer today for limo slnco last Doc. 20. Dr. F. C, Mnnulrc cunu: Monday from Clarendon to duties todny. Thf ntnv oUlcinl and Mrs. Maauh'R (\'« rosidlntt ttnnpar- arily at Wnlnut nnd Ninth streets. Dr, MiiKriro fnrmofly was county henlt.h cllU'er tor a throc-counly district with hwuknuirters nt Chr- ondon, worldnu In the coiniHe;; of Monroo. Pnilrio iuicl Arkun.sn.s 1'vcnn Dncombcr. Jf)30 to Jan. 10, 1940. Tic \VI\H to liavo ronu v hcvo earlier, but wns 111 witli Influenza for ; more Hum a week in clarendon. 1-Ie is :il years old and received his medical (.mining at tin 1 Unl- vorslty of Arkansas and at Ihc University Medical School. Little Rock, «ointi Into public houlth wnvk In N rvx 'o\\i\M>v, l^'W. r\itor u 'period of prlvnlu practice and work in CCC (-limps. Ho took over the job cf health olHcor in lu,s formci territory ul'lcr s>j)ondiiif; a month at Morrllllnn in n training school operated by the Stixti* Board ol Health. Dv. Mi»^ulre b iv First UeuUmixnl In the Rosrrvc Mccllcnl Corps, •-ommisHlon he has hold for five venrs. Ho snld he hod no l f U*n n 'o whcthfi he would be called foi army .service. The now hen 1th olllcor plnns Lc hold c'linicr, periodically fit; varlouf ccvnly pnuils. inchuiinu •Unit's, cIlphthfM'ln immuni/,i\tlon prR-nnt»i clinics, "well chlUV" dlnlc nnci oxnminatlons nt. sclionls. atnnnn mnny other duties. His of lice, force consists of a r.lork and two nurses in Blylhuvillo nnd a rlcrk and slnyle nur«e at C.-iceola. Oirls working \mdcr tAic NaUonnl Youth Administration also aro used in the office. Mrs. Irmn Bunch is clerk and secretary hora. • Dr. Mnguirc. who orlguin-lly IK from Augustu. Ark,, thlnlcs h« nnd Mrs. Mnyuh'c will ilko Blythevilie- just »s soon HS they become "set- Wed" nucl he nccustoms hiniBelf to his new uKlcft and duties in Mississippi county, MoPowoll . Mrs.. <:. \V. Blytho Addition linsnttll KMUIO _____ ... N. :....._ 1:1 21 !>a lluynct. .............. ..„ T.. \V Mi>. Mrh. Mrs. J, T. J. T, U. tt. Mw «i,iltlt ..... r...- ............ 7 23 Jil" Molt ....... - ____________ M 2(1 hln Mini l!ii/..'l Mlll.- I'n.vim.v I'n.vin,-,' •21.00 18.00 W5.7-I a,67 19.SO 14^.82 U.38 145.80 2.43 1J..76 1.9.i U.OO 1.0'J 0.00 1.D5 fUiO '2.38 lti.80 |24.75 $2.47 §27.22 •J'l.tSti 2,4.7 27.13 21.30 3.W. 23,4» 23.7U 2.3S 2.10 2.13 2.10 S-1.00 ae.u 23;10, 23.43 23.10 1,81 i.oa 1Q.87 50.03, 1D.HO ..................... _ i 2 10.50 25.80 2,1.80 .-r _. ................ I ^ _________________ . ____ ii __________ ___________ - 7 ......... ... ..... ________ t ........ ..,*,, ---- -_ ..... 5 0,90 O.flO D.'Jl ft.UO .lift .119 .02 15.90 5,40 ia:ao 11.58 14.53 318.58 1.18 39.07 .90 33.3-i .9t} JJ1.63 •V(5 32.01 J.68 40.8tJ 1.09 1.98 -15.87 21.78 Curri. :i 1 :JJl HI U2 IIU 1-1,41) 11.10 ii.Ol 1,10 Duiihilt ._.», — .,-J'J Knit'lli- .sitiwnn ..„.„,_, _,. - r -,ia l.iiiliiiown Lift S. of Lot .22 VV<ml KiiwIUh __., >-l -V> 2 \V, I), Cnl.) , S& 7 s, i.. nimiihii , K 32* in K, K, Drl\vr Km. .„.„„—,.;. t BlyUio Fourth Unknown ,,, » »_* 11 2-5 B ll<-M l.tiiptiNi Church I 'J lilyiliflvllln Lumber Company First rn ,..., __ ,_ T) 2 lU.lt ...^ li :i \Vinnt . ..,___ o :i Blythovlllo Lbr. Oo. '2ml Addition 1,11 0.00 115 Addition' I 0.00 u.oo 10.92 W. 3), ."..28 20.40 11.10 Addition' 1.01 17.10 lo.r.o 20.40 Taylor _.~- Mury Lou Ifii ttriiy 1 I'll Civuy . Ailn K.iliiiiM It. M. N«u» ^ ,H D«.vtn. 2 10,50 I.U.'i --.--_-.--_- (> i 15ugK Ad flidoit ». „.„ 7 iii.o 21.7K 2 t.OO .54 1.32 1..1.0 2.51 2.51 '.03 .00 .00 2.23 ..00 ,Hft- 1.00 ,515 2.04 l.LL 1.71 1.05 2.04 1.6.1 2.18 2.1.0 tUf Mr;*. Oillc l''rt>«i|iiiiii II II. ll'ittr'n' llatlir. \V. |i. \V. K. Mr.--. ( 0 Addition U HI 1,-lU Addition i M,i Diivln Tliinl AUiUU<m .15 1.42 24.68 23.30 27'.5» 27.50 20.07.' 2340 10.5.6 Ioi.40' 7.50 21.01 22.44 12.21 29.06 1845 22.4-1 29.70 24.00 2J.08 8. ia of, Lot A, (.'ni'i'}' „.. J. L, Guiipl _• _._^.__-. iio.oo UU.-lfl Ul.lli •2U.7D U <).)(.» •J7.0U •^.i i 2.07 U.01 11.71' I.IH1 Brotlvor.H Sub-Dwi»ion \V HI-PI Icy Hoanv u-i>t;iff Addition — » - i: 15.00 UU.IO 10.50 1,1. -10 I 7.»'.t 17.00 I. HO 1.00 i.4.1 1.02 l.f>8 1.7* 1.7(1 1,5.58 U5.77 11.85 -18.8 1 08.01 I Addition. I«.;K Adtlitlon 22. U * v 2 US' While British Army of the Nile drives deep into Libya in the north, recently reinforced British units harass Italians on another front—the Sudan-Ethiopian'border. British troops, above, having •'retaken jTort Ga 1 labat on the frop.tjer, w_at.ch'_aiertly for the^enemy—onjy 200 yards away. Simair Is Owner 0; New Motion Picture Theater-Opening Thurs. LQKOKA. Ark.. Jan. 21.—"Ths Lux." L'.ixora's new picture show wiil.ba opened for the first tdme tc the public on Thursday evening Jan. 23. and will be open everj- uighi in the week with matinees •Saturday and -SundDy afternoon, nl 2:30'o'clock. The ihp.i',ev is io;'LUtxl on M;»i' i't.vcci'. and is complete i" every clc- t;vU, with ull iixluves mm equip meal up lo the minute, the i brine the 'best obtain- blc. Mcacs Simian, owner of the. heater, has !:eon a. resident. of ,n;\ora for niore Llian . 25 years, always identified with progTe-ssive movements ol the to r ,vn. civic and educational, The Beating capacity f.oials 450 persons. . . Circus cornels but they prefer ?re fed on Hay- rough thistles. Memphis Patrolman Was Brother of Local L. •). Faught. 63-year-old veteran Memphis policeman, and brother of William J. Faught of BlytheviUe. died in his sleep early Monday. The patrolman had been on the police force for 21 years. He was ;tr;cke'i with intlurnza recently. member.s ol his family said, and !*<•.<! not appeared to be. ill. Read Courier want ads. FRESH DRESSED POULTRY AT LOWEST PRICES You Select them, we dress 'em free! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Free Delivery Phone 154 L. H Ashcraft u Oo. AT OUR NEW LOCATION 112 E. Main, 2 doors cast of BlytheviUe Bakery ger's Os mm TUESDAY BARGAIN JSs 15c: Nlcht WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY \V||«wn ,V- Co. .-.>_.'„,". '._ 12 Illglilantl Placo Cli»ml))ln -.,..'.....,.-.- .', {(.00 . ..00 Addition ,7. a P I I. II 12 12 L2 12 12 12 1B.72 20.52 LG.f.0 10.50 Iti.5^5 -I'-^.NSO of N^O' 8 12 .1.32 -1'hllltjiN -^' riiilii),H ._._„ J&\^ a 12 4.:sa Jaiucs ,Addition i, r _• f liM: 2 A Holic'risoii „_...._- r -~r- 7 , H 13.18 ^.^..i_^_'s. ;,_ -9 B 18.-18 , _N 1-3 f> G 0.00 ._ tt2-:< (I C 12,00 ..__ t ;.:N*l-;l 7 «j 6,00 Jolty Addition [.II ,' _„_ .1 17.82 JOUOB Addition — li 1 , 10 V Addition . . — 3 2 Brown* , i 2 y It row n .-- .5 2 Kninny I'/siuti- . U '- Kiiiniry Kslnlii , . 7. 2 Marsh Addition 1.S7 2.05 I.OS I.Of. I.till .1.1)0 1.IV2 .13 .:ta .11 i.ys .00 I. 'JO - .«JQ 1.75 i.78 LO.O'J 5'2.72 11.10 1,02 7.02 9.1)0 0,00 10. U 1-1.02 o.tto 13.)f8 •1.80 1.00 1.27 1.12 l.li-t. 2.1JO .79 .70 .uo 1.6 L 1.40 1.37 112.37 40.t$5 aa.63 13.15 13.15 17.95 l!J»23 23.23 2.5.7 12.93 15.71 0-90 37.75 115.75 14.19 28.25 - .11.4.6 1.15 32.21 0.81 7.50 '. _______ liVi U -1 10.02 ____________ . _______ l'-l -l.ai.7U Morris Addition . . . _______ _«>i 0 ii 7. HJJ ____ ....... S.'.-i 1« B 7.33 Original Surrey Nt>lM>n ..... _ ........ ___ E-14' S j 19.80 Nelson ______ - _____ ......... E.I.T-D iz.oo A. Stubh ____ - _____ s,- ........ 29 ' \V. A. Griininott _________ _ ------ ^0 \V. A. Griinmnu ....... --------- HI C. JiihiiMinn ..... ________________ 50 HHi Onlrji! .................... »>7 HIM! Mnry Knn-y ..... ------- 711 .74 .74 13.32 y.30 13.20 1S.78 19.1-1 l.QU 7.2'j 2.L7 18.3C .93 1.32 1.53 1,5)1 .73 1.84 1.98 1.20 7.02 25. it) 25.1(5 25.40 25. SO 24. GO 22.3G Tark Addition I'rioln :l 1 i - -I 2 Workiuim 10 2 ~ 2 .t Co, 10 -I C«. U 4 & Co- ------ 12 •! 1 7 20.70 21.00 18.12 23.82 4.ti» JACK OAKIE JOHN PAYNE ALLEN IEKKIf'5 . r.STHEB RAf.STON U1CJIOLA9 »i10t»i:RS BtN CARTtP «. tOit, C-r-r-.r t,. T,,,,,. of i c\vs Time. & March Phone Ritz 224 Phone Roxy 322 To Happy Hour Grocery & Market FORREST CITY BKTNJ1LEY S2.50 THEY.._AKE WORTH Each on a pound Folger's Coffee A P P Y GROCERY 109' o r K MKT. .our !f> TO DISTANT UTTIE ROCK ... HOT SPRINGS ... GUFF PORT MIAMI NEW YOR K LOS ANGELES ... POINTS $3-5-') 84.55 $7.90 SH.30 Sln-20 $31.23 LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a.m.—12:45 p.m.—4:30 p.m. OX Y ,N10«' U On SCO' (5 Co. ....; SCO 1 7 Co. 1 Co. 3 Richards Addition ft K. \V. GDoiliuiin... 0 A . __„ X'A 2 U 4.'SO 12.72 One Way Fares Shown Greyhound Bus Terminal 109 Tso. 5th St. Ph™« 600 LAST TIMES TODAY £ ligil in tfie Might' wi(h Carole Lombard, Brian Ahcrn & Ann Shirley Also Fox News & Comedy TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY BARGAIN NIGHTS lOc & 20c 'Three Faces West' with John Wayne. Charles Coburn & Sig-rid Curie Color Cartoon & Odd Occu- Unknown „_ A. H, Ui»rlii»r A. S. I3orhor ,\. Fislicr (it'll Fisher S. 11. Unll L : nhny«'n Hin l[tilil>nnl A. .S, lturbor«j A. iS. liurboro & A. S. Barboro S: P. 0. Hanlmvay IJiiknmvn . . , .. l.loyil Stirkniiin Sti:rnlierir -. - - L!'\vd Wise Mrs.. J. S. Dillalmnty ;_ Mrs J. S. Dilhluinty .__ El-i 6 i 2.jl Irregular Lots Sac. 1045-11 i> (flembcVi; Gi'i) _^~-,-.— I ;i (S>.crnl>crp Gin) ._.:._. " \Vnrd Coinp:iiiy '.-- « 'S'.'j X8S' 1 Irregular Lots NWV'i ^, : 12 R. A. Nelson Sub-Division (Trreg. 2.07 2.10 LSI 2.;>3 1.27 1,14 .47. .17 1.4.10 15.78 8.5!? C.72 10.33 ,7.10 7.43 I;').30 12.30 4.6S 5.82 S16 15.00 Smith ____ \V'-i S',i 4 B SutJ-Divlslon, SW'/i SW>/4 .-Id l~.5K 24.30 1.1.-16 10-15-11 .B't 1.41 1.5S ..86 -.07 1.04 .71 .74 1.5.4 1.2:5 -4" .58 .82 .67 L50 2.02 l.rti 14.65 10.23 l7.a'6 21.05 -17.26. 10.B7 44.00 8.13 a.13 21.91 •2,7.03 27.68 27.94 •2a,as 27.06 25.15 2T.26 32.01 3161 37,29' 1.J5 •tl'.42 S~17 26! 07 10.30 11.55 S.9S '7.39 16.50 24.62 2.6.73 12:61 12 :34.32 SudbUry Addition '- _______ - ---- --« 3 , 4.3S -t.5ti 7.26 ff.30 3.18. 9.06 ..73. .93 id.qi Wilson (fill _'. Unknown 17.86 1.79 lfl.67 154-.62 13.45 1.7LV.03 20.40 2.W 22,4:1 9.0G :.l»l -9.9" R. Hantler Sec. 16-15-11 '••• •-•'•• :" 6S.3G 6.64 73.00 Lot 1. NWV' 4 Sec. 16-15-11 )* V_ 66.1i> tt.fiV! •;-.•;. 72.77 'l7-15"ll '(Eice-Stis Addition) . , . ' -\ ':• 1 i - '56.76 5.Bji "62.44 Homer Addition V. „ 3 123.48 2.95 .-' .. Irregular Lots Soc. not virioas NOTE: The above deliwinent list docs tofore dellaq.uent and sold to the districts. .- . •' \ "'• -;." . AH persons, firms and • corporation* . interested, in any of said,* property ore hereby wurnuil and notified that . t hoy ' are required b y _ Iiiw to within four weeks and make- defense of baid suit, or 'the sam« .will -be »K confessed 'and final judgment will b? cntert-d . directs? the sale of s U for t!iv imrpOH- M'' volluotins; siiiji). tases ur- assessments. - together ' for I'iic'i triict. Uatsd (SL\L) 14-21-2S-A Uiis Jauaarj- luth. 1941. KAJiVllV Ciel-k of said Court.

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