The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1944 · Page 3
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.WEDNESDAY, APRIL'5, 1944 BLYTHBVILLJE (ABK.)) COURIER NEWS i EAGE THREK f truck Operators Hay Get Parts !.• Two Federal Agencies .; Tell How Essential V Parts Can be Gotten "tuudrcds of broken down trucks and buses arc lying idle throughout the Southeast because their owners and many small garagc- nien have not yel learned how to K> about uetting the critical parts Deeded for their repair, the Office of Defense Transportation nnd Uie OUR MEN IN SERVICE ^v.v*>A,^ U? S^'U '•*.* War Production yesterday. Board reported • •'In a joint statement, district offices ot llic Iwo federal agencies pointed out that despite wartime Scarcities, parts are now available (p keep essential vehicles in operation. ? However, lh c Iwo agencies pointed out .many small [ruck operators, Including a large number of- fann- ers, liavc not yet learned how lo go about getting the needed parts. •('Here are the rules listed by Kob- I ei't T. Lawrence, ODT District Manager in Memphis, and Memphis WPB District Manager John K. | tester for lhc guidance of garagc- ijien, parts dealers, and owners of essential vehicles: •- 1. Do not attempt (o get a needed part if the old part, can be repaired or reconditioned by local or riearby facililies. ~;2. If the old part cannot easily Ije reconditioned or repaired, con- |-wct all local and nearby parts distribution jabbers, dealers and used parls dealers. _ 3. If the part cannot be located, tJien have a dealer, jobber, or parts distributor fill out a WPB "Certificate for Emergency Repair Order" and forward it alone' with ills order to the manufacturer of the part. This WPB Order will receive a factory priority over all stock or- di r s and delivery wilt usually be ^de within two weeks. Sometimes, however, lhc needed part has gone out of production or oilier circumstances prevent the order being immediately filled. In this event, operators of commercial motor equipment may then: r : 4. Appeal to Ihe Maintenance Specialist at Ihe nearest District Officd of the Office of Defense Transportation. Through an elnb- 1 orate system set up for searching for critically needed parts, the ODT can usually locate the wanted part -within several days. If the district office is unable to locate the part, it will forward the request to the ODT regional office, which will, in cooperation with the War Production Board, take steps to expedite delivery from Ihe factory. However, the ODT points out. ODT service is strictly an emergency measure and will be made available only after other attempts to locate Ihe part have failed. The service is for essential commercial Vehicles only and not for privately owned passenger automobiles. (. So narrow arc the streets In La iCuira, Venezuela, that passing automobiles use the sidewalks on each side. Pfc. Howell D. Richardson, son of Mr, and Mrs. G, W. Hlchaidson of Dlylhcviltc. has been awarded the Combat Infantryman )iadge for sallsfacloiy jierformance of duty In action against the enemy during a major campaign. Private Richardson, a veteran of Guadalcanal, Is a jncs-scnger in an infantry regiment, and now is serving at Bougainville. Aviallon Student Bonnard ONeal. son of Mr. and Mrs, H. H. O'Neal of Route 3, Dlytheville, has arrived at the SOtli College Training Detachment located on the Campus of Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls,. Iowa, for a course of AAF instruction lasting approximately five months prior to hfs appointment as an aviation cadet In Ihc AAP. For exemplary conduct in combat, Staff Sergt. Orover Fra/Jcr of Osecola has been awarded the Army's newest award for Infantrymen, the combat infantryiuai bnclgc. Sergeant Crazier Is .serving on Bougainville. The husband of Mrs. Janieccv Frnzler of Luxorn, Sergeant Finder lias been over- sens since May K. 1842, and hus been stationed on Ihe Fiji Islands, lutulalcanal and Uic Russell Is- ind.s, and is a veteran ot Ihc New Georgia campaign. Seaman 2-c Wallace Hny, son of Mr. and Mrs. D, S. Hay. 1ms recently completed his boot training and Is attending nn armed guard schoo; at San Diego, Cnllf. Upon completion of this course lie will be promoted, to the rank of scamar 1-c and assigned lo a merclmnl marine vessel or patrol duty Charles Aflllck Jr., sou of Miami Mrs. C. W. Aflllck, is Blntlonei at Kcesler Field, Bllo.xl, Miss., whcr Students Begin Study of Cotton Educational Program Sponsored In Schools By Cotton Publication MEMPHIS, April 5.—Nearly one million students In 10,000 Junior; unit senior hluli schools ttirouuliout Ihc Cotton licit lire being (jlvcu nn opportunity to study cotton In n Sonlli-wirto cilucnltoniil program IH- nuiiiirntccl by The Collon Triulo .lournnl, Francis O. llickirmn, publisher, announced loclny, : Launching of Ihc "Field To'Loom" cotton cdiKiiUounl program throughout the Cotton Uclt was urged by IcacliTs of the cotton I rude following the successful completion of the tuiuieimil program in Arkansas last. January, he Is taking Ills prc-fl'lght trnlnlni "By focusing the iitlcntlon of the as an aviation cudct, ' ....--,.. Lieut. Hal Moore, son of Dr. and Mrs. I,. H. Moore, who has been stationed :it Austin, Texas, with the Army Air Corps, has been transferred to Alllancii, Neb. Sciences. »li;n«l lo the MWC»1 iftlutal! crnft cnulei Fifteen hundred cash invimls Imvt' staff. Uculenunl Sponcor wlH\ii,s- cine. / been' set flsMc for \jr\?c winning slsi Meiil. Cecil 1. Clnrrlsou, n'iul ' essays. ApjJiuXiiiiately 100 prlws lire Uciiii'imul Sliiiic'l will aid I.leul. available lo (wti Stale for students Qucnlin I'lnncr wllh the officers' mid schools. Kneh State IVpurl- Mein of lidhcnUoii directs the ills- irlbutloii of nwimls In his aialc lo reach the most students. A grimil 'prlne will be awarded the studunl whose work Is licst from nil Hi states by The New York Cotton Kxcluini;e which will give nn nil-expense trip to New York as their i>ncst. Slates which have already orunu- I'/ed their plans and are nuly to begin tlio study arc: Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas, youth Carolina, North Curohmi, Vlrijlnin, California. Missouri, Arl- iiona and New Mexico. p. T. clussra. (2 In Hie Pa"ft , The llcv, mill Mrs. 11. A. West wve received n Idler from their on, l.lcut. I'nul West, Idling them of hl.s nnfc'nrrlvfll In England. Candidates Unopposed At Caruthersville, Mo. CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., April 5. —But little interest was manifest here today in the annual C;ty Election, with none of the candidates bcliiE opposed for office. This was perhaps the first lime in the history of Caruthersville city politics tlml there liavc been no contests. Unopposed candidates seeking reelection Included Chief of Police Albeit Walker, City Collector R. L. Tinsley, City Treasurer Earl Bennett, City Police Judge O. E. Hooker, City Attorney Sharon Pale, Al- dcrman Wyman Dillman from Ward 2. . New aldermen unopposed are John Ahern, Ward 1; Luke Van- Ausdall, Ward 3; Dr. .C. P. Cain, Ward •(. netirint; alderinen in lliese wards who did not seek re-election arc Van Johnson, Ward 1; John M. Nelson, Ward 3; Percy Cantrell, Ward 4. liea Holt and G. H. Hall. Ralph Hutchison announced llial he had filed as a Republican can- New instructors Added For Physical Training Seve nil Instructors liuvc- ,r | , , , • IlliUIWl IMlLfti. II I.IILb Litll in. IU1JLU1, diddle for nomination for Congress- 1 a wm hcl ,, t o glvc lllc u nl i cd slnl(!s "^' f ™ m . hc ,™ U !> ™ sl ^ 1 - ™» i «H"id,r financial tooth,, for post- office Is now held by Orville Zimmerman, Democrat of Kcnnclt." At The IfespiUb . ' Ill.vlhcvillu I Ins |il l:il Admillcd— Mrs. Audrey Barber, Dell. Dismissed— • T. F. Pox, city. Walls" llosiiilal Dismissed— Mrs. J. H. Allred. Osccalti. Mrs. Clyde Bunch nnd.baby, Yav- Read Courier News Want Ads. bro. • Mrs. John R city. Hellon and baby, Mcinvilm .Mclluiilisl HusiiiUI Admitted— Mrs. Olivia McMcans, Hnyll, Mo Delegates Instructed CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., April 5 —Republican delegates to the Stale GOP convention, to be held In St .ouls April 12, were Instructed bj Pemiscot County Republicans in county convention, to vote lor, Barak T. Mattingly. lor National' Conlmitteeman. O. E. Hooker of this city was "keynote" speaker for Ihe county convention, and dele-. gates/named to the State convention were M. Hooker, T. A. Haggard,! J. W. McCloskey, John Tant, Paul 1 L, Horner, J. H. VanAusdall, George ) Klinkhardt, A.. B. Rhodes, J. Ralph ; Hutchison, Mrs. Paul Horner, Miss We in America think of soybeans as a new development, but the Chi nesc grew them as early as 2838 B. r: More than 41) tons of Ink wcri required for the printing' of all purpose ration books. young people of the Sonlli on collon as it nllccts Ihe economic life of everyone In Ihclr section of Hie country, it Is hoped Hint corrective ineiisnres will be tnken now to avert the aftermath Unit follows wars," Mr. Illi'kman snid. "What Ihc whole trade is searching lor is a mcfins of riiUlug l«llcr colton more cfll- cicnlly that can lie suld nt world markol prices. If this can be found, s footing for post vnr trnde.'.' Hccognl'^ing llic value of such a ilnii to Us youth, ench Stale Dc- larlmenl of Education (of the Colon BelU has InslituU'd Ihe "From .''it'ld To I^ioin" program on a slnlc- wlcle bnsls under Ihe personal supervision of Us commissioners who arc formulating. Ihelr own plans ndapt- ible lo their school systems. An esr say contest on the subject, "The Contribution Cotton Is Making To The War Elfort," Inlliales the study —and Is Ijeing made a rcRiiliir part of the school curriculum this semes- ler and will be nn English requirement for the year. The collon study \vns Ijcgun tills Spring to accord with planting time, so thai .students may have an opportunity to got first-hand Information on seed, field preparation and cultivating. With the beginning of the Fall term they will observe hai- veslinj!. processes, visit gins, oil mills, compresses arid warehouses, foot! mills and collon exchanges. Classroom work will include.Ihe subject of cotton In jom-nnllsm and English, Speech, Ihe Social nnd Domestic been added to the BAAF physical training department. Lieut. Alfred Kllng hus been Iransferreil here from Nashville where he was stationed since March 1043. Tile officer Is a graduate ol Tenchei's College al LnCroii.se, WIs., where he participated in gymnast Its, football, and track. He won the (jyiunasllu championship al Milwaukee will Ihc very good Individual score ol 07!t out ot a possible 100 ]K)lnls Lieutenant Kllng will bi- In charm of the Intramural program and wll' assist Lieut. Allen Hurley wllh tin enlisted men. Lieutenants liarl W. Spencer am Itoland P. Stand, two graduates o 4-1-0 have been temporarily as nctid Courier News W»nt : Ad«; St Joseph A»RIR|R ^.V, (Mint LtittiT uuip uw Holland News The llcv. and Mrs. 11. A. West and daughter, lielly Catherine, visited i i lends and relallves hi Tennessee I'rldny mid Sulunluy. rcluinlni; homo Saturday ulijlil. Alton Kcnluy, pharmacist mate l-r, has wi'llU'll Ills father, Sain touley, llml In; Is aboard an air- FEE t NERVOUS RESTLESS HIGH-STRUNG On "CWMN DAYS" Onto MM n« fmictlmml pcrltiiUc OktuilMiicea mil he you led neiviniB, crftnky, kti- table, lulycly, tired it ml "drugged out" —»t Mich times? Then iilnrl at once— try Iiydln K. Ptnkluun'jt Vegetable Computing to relievo nucli symptoms. L'lnklhninV Comiumud Is /arnoiM not only lo hcljt ri'Hcvt? monthly piUn IniL also nccom- ItimyltiK wouk, llrcil, nervous reelings ol this nature. jTufciMi TCKiihirly — Pliiktmm'fl Cottt- lionml liclpn build u;> icnlalnnco acnlimt uuch Byiuplonui. 1'or years Ihounnmlii u|>on thmisnmlri ol women and girls tnivc iTporU'd tK>ne(U8. Follow Inbel tllicctlonu. Well worth Iryinyf LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Honoring Company M Home From Alaska , . . DANCE Company K Armory, S. 2nd St. Thursday Night, April 6th <J III! one p. MUSIC HKVliN 1'lf.CK Allt HASH OltCIIKSlltA Admission $1.10 1'or Couple j ' Cabaret Style You breathe freer almost instantly n,s iual 2 drops Penetro Noat Drops open yourcold- clogged noae to give your head cold air. Caution: Ugc only oa directed. 25c.2V2lfmc3 na much for BOc. Get i'cnctro NoHeDiopg SEED and FEED Complete Line of Field Seeds. "SPEAR BRAND" Poultry, Hog, and Dairy Feed. SOYBEAN MEAL Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main St. Phone 856 or 857 We Give Eagle Stamps! Only A Hare's Breadth o/ Time ... To Do Your Easter Shopping! W * • HIGH shall it be ... the Easter Parade or the wife's (or the girl friend's) tirade? You have your choice right now . . . and don't say we didn't warn you! With only three days before Easter it's time to make a selection. Remember, he who hesitates is bossed. Come in today—see, feel, and marvel at the new lightweight woolen suits for Easter and Spring. Inspect our fine stocks of nationally advertised shirts, ties, socks and accessories... Choose your Easter finery from our complete showing. Curlee Suits $35 & 36.50 JOE ISAACS, Inc W 1 N (J S Shirts and S|iorlswcar. I.A FLAYA (By Marlboro) Sportswear. In Blythevillc Since 1902 GIFTS AND CARDS FOR EASTER Choose From Our Newly Arrived Kclcrllun . able For Hvcry Memlwr of HID t'tunlly. Honicllilug Suit- The Gift Shop Hrjiin Phone BINGO PARTY April 6th, 8 P. M. LEGION HUT Admission 35c FARM PRODUCTS FOR PRIZES Sponsored hy lU)'lhc)lllc .!unl«H CliiiMiljei o[ Commerce FRISCO LINES . 1ST LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO RY 358 D. P.L.I4Cottonseed 1 3/32 to IVa Inch Staple ALSO ARKSOY SOYBEANS 2913 See Dell, Ark. Phone 635 EARL MAGERS Macoupin Seed Soybeans Germination Average 88-5% R, D. HUGHES GIN CO, Soulh Broadway—Illylbcvllle Easter Flowers! For I-'ustcr ,u;c wuuld .surest Dial you place ynur order early. Telegraph orders iiiust 1)R In by Thursday to insure delivery. We will uii|ircclut<: Illvllii-vlllc clll- ,zt;ns calling.curly anil plachiK Ihclr : ordcrs for— Cut Flowers, 1'nlli-d Plants (Including imlled Easter. UUes,'Yel- low Ciillu I.Ilk* uml llydnuiRCiis) and Cnrsagc.s . . . Give us lime on corsages and don't be disappointed. We will ha\c Orchid, Gardenia, Sweet l'e:is, linscs and Curiuitlim corsages, Visit Our Greenhouse and Flower Shop H EATON'S Home of Flowers Davis at Franklin Phone 549 E. H. FORD, General Agent, National Equity Life Insurance Co. Telephone 3185 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flaweru are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Lot our expert -testgners help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Servlco W« Deliver Anywhere Ph. ill Mrs. I. M. (Mao) WlUiarni, owner Qlencoe Bl<f. Genuine Oliver PARTS & EQUIPMENT Combines - Disc Harrows - Hay Rakes - Walking Plows - Planters - etc. PLEASE RETURN EMPTY BEVERAGE BOTTLES TO YOUR DEALER To be nblc to f.sj-va you boiler, your dealer needs cmply buvci'iigc bollle.s. There are plenty of bottles IF Uiey are kept moving. Won't you please return empty boltles to your dealer :il once for your deposit or, belter olill. for credit on full bolllcs of your fav- orilc beverage. Iloyal Crown Mottling Co. Dr. Pepper lloltltnR Cn, Pepsi-Cola liolllins Co. Midwest Dairy Products Co. Cora-Cola Hottlinf Co. '•• UADDICAH A " TO PARTS nHlf KldUnl & GARAGE Expert Auto Repair Work 517 W. Ash, Phone 2562. FELLOW FARMERS: Vou can not alToril lo plant gin-run, untreated, low-yltldlnj seeds wlicn you can get our certified, pedigreed, Cctesan-lrt»tt4 (cotton), hljli-jlclrtiiiff seeds at these prices, F. O. B. Borde.tte, ! •DcHapliib—DPL No. 13, Stale Certified, treated, 55.00 per t**' Ibs., SM.OO per Ton. , '. 'i-. ' AS (New Dcllapinc that led our lest last two. years) treated cottonseed S5.00 per 100, $90.00 per Ton. ' • •••• • State Certified Mcltaplnc—DPL No. 14 collonsccd, SS.OO pev 1M Ibs. $120 per Ton, HaUioy (New Improved Arksoy 2013) soybeans, State Certified 53.25 bu. Not certified $2.75 bu. Dortch 110 yellow hybrid seed corn, flats $8.00 tu. rounds S6.W hti. Tennessee 10 white hybrid seed corn rounds only S7.00 tu. Delta Prolific seed corn flats $3.50 bn. . Bring your bulk cottonseed lo us and we will trade our certified, Ccrcsan treated I)PIj No. 12 ami A5 seed for your untreated seed on the basis ot 2 bushels of treated seed fur 3 bushels of untreated seed. BURDETTE PLANTATION > BURDETTE, ARK. 8 ml. South of Blylheville on Hwy.'Sl

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