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^ SATURDAY, APRIL 8, i!M<i Will Address~~ Baptists Here Little Rock Leader Here For Campaign All Next Week ,-. The Rev. Edgar Williamson, secretary of the department of religions education oC the Arkansas State Convention, with headquarters in Little Rock, will be guest speaker at the morning services tomorrow at Fust Baptist Church. He «lso will direct tlic Sunday School enlargement campaign to be held at the church throughout the week. The Rev. Mr. Williamson wll\ be assisted in the campaign by the Rev. Wilford Lee, pastor of the First Baptist Cliurch, Crosselt, Ark., who will l>e leader of the adult classes; the Rev, H. o. Barker, pastor or the First Baptist church of North Little Hock, who will lead Hie young people; Mrs. A. C. Kolb or Hope, Ark,, state approved worker of Arkansas, who will be In charge of the hitcnnerll.ites; Miss Jean Roop [>f Kansas City, a Missouri slate approved worker, who will lead the juniors; Mr*. Joe Fred Luck of Magnolia, Ark., state approved worker of Arkansas in charge or the primaries, and Mrs. Edgar Williamson, also an approved worker of Arkansas, leader of the beginners find cmdlc roll. . The schedule of services to be held each evening at the cluircli is as follows: first class period, 1 to 1:45 o'clock; inspirational period, 7:45 to 3:15 o'clock, and second class period, 8:15 to n o'clock. IN TOE MISSISSIPPI COUNTY CHANCERY COURT. State ot Arkansas, Plaintiff, v. No. 85GO (194U Tax Suit) Delinquent Lands in Mississippi IBlythcvillc Dist.) County forfeited fnr non-payment of taxes nnd'sold wlie State of Arkansas Defon- dSnts. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given thai pursuant to Act. No. 119 of the General 'Assembly of the State of Arkansas of 1335, there has been filed In the afflcc of the Clerk of Mississippi County Chancery Court the Complaint of the State of Arkansas' to Quiet and confirm in said State and/or redeemers, purchasers, do- nees and. assigns, the title to certain lands mentioned in said Complaint and lying in the County of Mississippi and State of Arkansas. All persons who can set up any right to the lands so rorreltccl and sold are hereby warned to appear in the Mississippi County Chancery Court at Hie September, 19-11, Term, atter the publication of this notice, to-wlt on the 4tli day of September, 1844, and show cause, if any there be, why the title lo said forfeited lands should not be cotifrmed, quieted and.vested in the State of Arkansas and/or redeemers, purchasers, donees and assigns -in fee simple forever. VTlie description of said-lands and. the names of the persons, film or corporation last paying taxes tliere- ofi are as follows: V Township 11 North, Kangc 3 East Unknown Original Survey SE E of Old Levee 16 18.02 • 2.10 Township 15 .Vorth, Kan;o 9 Eusl J. W. Cowan Prl. SK- NE 21 22.50 9.46 Big Luke Lands J Hucklobee E of Fdy. S'/j NE 25 80 6.H Township 15 North, Ilimgc 10 Kasi Charles Holbrook W 10A .: NW NE 8 10 4.42 Township 15 North, Range 11 East Unknown v Bal Lot 26 SE 17 Lot 7.20 Township 14 North, Range 12 East Unknown NW NW 16 40 8.29 Township 15 North, Range 13 East Robinson & Thomas Frl. All SK NE 4 20 G.07 TOWN OF BIjYTHEVILLE Bader Addition (o Blytheville Earl Snider .... 1 32.41 larron & Lilly Addition lo Blyiho- villc iijfi Evrard .... 4 H 10.49 ^ugg Addition lo lllytheville H. M. Ratcliff -.8 2 S.52 Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. 2nd Addition to Blythcvillc, Revised Tlat ?}>,(• of Blks. 5 & 6 J. W. Alexander 1 6 8.01 Chicago Mill & • Lbr. Co 10 6 130 Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. 3rd Addition to lilylhcvillc John Landrum .. 5 3 10.48 •BLYTHEVILLE (AHK.)-,COURIER NJ3WS Try our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn Across from Illjh School Electrical Repairs & Maintenance HOUSES EXPEKTLY WIRED J. T. (Charlie) Stalcup Phone 2993 or 2538 REFRIGERATION SERVICE Repairs On All Makes I By Expert Workmen. T. F. WARREN Phone 3310 FOIl SALE CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL SIZES Cheaper Than Bridge Lumber Osccola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 601 Osccola, Ark. Model Service Center Tackles Problems of Mustered-out Men BY CAROL HERMAN NEA Slaff Wrller NEW YORK,—When GI Joe is mustered out, he Isn't going to be shifted from p'lllnr to. post here while lie tries to pick up the threads of his civilian life. All llic nformation he needs about Jobs, ifins, medical care, educational opportunities, will. be wailing for him —without red tape and in one place at the Veterans' Service Center. Organised ns a GHQ for solving :hc veteran's problem in n single interview, or directing him to the proper agency when he needs subsequent service, the Center's progress is being watched with interest by all communities anxious (o give returning servicemen the best possible break. So for the New York Center differs from veterans' services in other places in (hat It has been set »P with Army and Navy ciicoiir- iigement under auspices of the War Manpower Conservation Committee, on which all public and private, federal, state and local agencies Concerned with problems of vct- :rans are represented. It is being privately financed by these agencies. OFKKIt MANY SERVICES Thirty persons under Louts L. Bennett, executive director, staff the Center. Trained interviewers have been assigned by the 0. S. Civil Service Commission, tlie Re- Employment Service, the U. S. 1mb- tlitation Division of the N. Y. State Department of Education, and the New York City Board of Education. A panel of doctors has volunteered to be available foil consultation. An intensive newspaper and radio drive is expected to direct returning servicemen to the Center. When they conic in, they will tell their stories just once. There will be no painful .rehashes. Information n-iii be recorded and passed along to any agency whose business it is to know it. If llic serviceman wants his old job back, is fit for it, and is having difficulty, the Center will sec that the re,-empk>ymcnt division of •Selective Service legally charged with reinstating veterans In former JO)K helps him out. If he wants his job back, but is not quite ready Tor work because of physical or psychiatric disability, he will be directed lo agencies thill can provide care for him and financial aid for his family while lie i.5 being made employable. If ho doesn't want his pre-war Jgp. or is physically incapable" of Vuul V. JfcNnll (ipfu, chairman of Die War itf:ui|ioircr Commission, anil llmwril Ilarwli are pictured ;is they fonfi'rreil dininj,' Ilii; opening of Ihe Veterans Service Center ill New York City. doing it, the Center will sec that. he consults a vocational guidance counsellor who can evaluate his experience and skills, apprise him of (lie labor market and of available raining courses. Once he decides, lie will be directed to the u S Employment Service (In the same building) charged by Selective Service wKh placing veterans in new jobs. The Center also will have a research and planning committee to s uciy (he labor market and available community resources 'for serving Ihe veteran. This committee will make recommendations for in- i " UCS ns il fl " ds lhem It is not intended tlmt the Center continue indefinitely as a newly-Informed agency, Director .Bennett stresses. "It is .in the nature or a demonstration." A ( ((H . thc :r points tip the need for this of approach lo veterans' ms,.it is hoped that some ex- el h, e j"!( °'' 1)riviUc " BCI1C V wl " emaige its scope to carry this ser- as part of jig regular program Male Daniels Addition to Blrthevilic W. J-, Wright .... 3 i ' 10 .4,, Park Addition to Ulythcville A. D. Dowland .14 5 20 44 Edwin ^Robinson Addiliun to Ulytheville Lillian Freeman 12 10 1 79 TOWN OF LEACHVILLE Smith Addition to I.cachville W. G. Haney ..; 9 W. O. Haney . . ]0 " thc crfiCE of nkt., n c crfiCE of Dminngc District No. 17 at Blytheville. Ar- t'ZT' ""? are Q|lm for l"' Wi <= i»- A set of Contract Docu" y hC ° btaineii at thc "f- . . W" G. Haney . . W G Haney ..14 .. S. E. Naltey .. S. E. Nalley E E E E H H 1 SB 1.66 1 OS 166 166 1 66 TOWN OF MANILA West End Sub-Division to Town of Manila ^ Carrie Higginbotham ____ 6 (J.97 WITNESS my hand and seal this the 28 day of Feb. 1914. HARVEY MORRIS Chancery Clerk. Guy E. Williams Attorney General. Quinn Glover Assistant Attorney General. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIOS Drainage Clean-out Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Commissioners of Drainage District No. 17 al its office in the Lynch Building, Blylheville, Arkansas, until 10 o'clock A. M (CWT) April 12, 1944, for the following proposed work: Excavating approximately 40,000 CUbic Yards of earth in Ditch No. 38, located about 7 miles East of Blytheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Total distance of work 6'/, miles. Copies of plans and specifications Elmer Cunningham VULGARIZING Tire & Tube Repair Cotton B«U E.R. ft 8. Hwj. fl (Formerly with Rnjlrr A»- fu.1 8PTICRL STORE Let Us Help SAVE YOUR EYES! 209 W. Main St Phone 2912 Every type heel Is repaired or attached here—| the work Is done perfectly, reasonably - and, Ifj you wish, while you wait. Complete Shoe Repair Service here. H-H LTCFTS— QUflLITY SHOC SHOP 121 .W.' MHfN -ST." Spring and Summer ri/NF-UP Save Gasoline . . . Save Tires. Gel All-round Better Performance! T I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dcalrr P»rt« A 8«nlc« Ul W, Ath • Fhme The Bo.ird of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids nnd to waive Informalities Drainage District "No 17 nf Mississippi County, Arkansas. By B. A. LYNCH Sccretary-Trensurcr, NOTICE letters of Bflmtnislration on the eslatc of Lcla Blythc, Deceased, were granted to the undersigned, on tiie 31st-day of-March, 1044 Iw the Probate court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Ar- AIl persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit «.hoin, properly authenticated for allowance, to the undersigned, as administrator of said estnle, before me cud of one year from the date f M ^"""e of the letters upon said estate, ami if such claims be not presented, they will be forever larred. «"ni.i Dated this 31st day of March, 10« MARCUS EVRAHD Administrator of thc Estate of Lela Dlythc Deceased. 4)1-6-15-22-29 CLOCKS~~REPAIRED" Electric or Stem Wind. Worfc Guaranteed. A. B. F 0 R D At Pat O'Brj»m'i Jewelrj ATTENTION SERVICE MEN: Please bring proper uleiitificalion papers from your commanding officer when buying badges, ribbons and medals. We have complete stocks. For KHAKI and TROPICAL shirts and trousers, see us. H UDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier Midwest ICE CREAM Pints 20c; Quarts 40c When You Buy Your Groceries—Take Home a Cart on 1 CECIL LOWE Grocery & Market We Deliver Park & N. H W y. 61 Phono 507 • PSOH IN WASHINGTON Why We Need No Job Draft EAGE. TIIKEE BV 1'liTKIl liDSON Courier Ncns Washington Tills present manpower crisis over the ^0-year-olds—which by rough fount would be manpower crisis number l-t If anyone had Inkcn Uu; trouble to keep a llsl—tins brought to llgiit more conlllcllni! Information than anything yet, Two years iigo Die exports on the Wai Mimpowcr Coining ;lou were i ivliiR tlmt the country couljl never jet by without imlloim! service legislation. Tlie While House is supposed to have thrown cold wat-.'r on I the proposal at llial limn, to WMC got busy mid tried to work out Ihe program hy voluntary controls. Today Ihe While House'favors national .service legislation uml the manpower lx>ys arc saying that the -nmlry can get by wllliout It. Politically you might Ihlnk th.it llic clmnccs for any general national service legislation being passed before llic elections would tic nil. On the other hand, there is some opinion that when the Invasion of Eil- )pe begins and the casualty UsU pile up, tlie country and Congress will be thoroughly aliirmcci and will pass national service legislation in n linrry, Ignoring political considerations. This lust argument may be in thc I uluie of trying to persuade Con-' _rcss lo take acllon immediately. But Iho reluctance of Congress to rush through any national service legislation now Is perfectly understandable, for there Is perhaps less agreement on. this subject than on any issue ill Washington. WHY AM, TIIK mmiiun? The bitterness of tlic light over ncn of 20 and under who have teen Icfefrcd because they arc in esseii- lal Industries would seem to IK all out of proportion, lo (he number of men involved. There are less than a million such men, 500.000 on farms, 400,000 In industry. If Selective Scr- 'ice averages on rejections would ipply, over a third would lie found unfit for military service. Employers arc still too prone to hoard physically acceptable men, Industrialists are wanting to keep lliclr young technicians, farmers arc wanting every man they can get. Yet if tlie armed forces say they need these men for active service, who can dispute it? This conies first. It should be made clear, however, that Ihcse men arc needed as replacements and not, as additional manpower requirements. The goals of 7.100,000 men for the Army and 3,000,000 for the Navy, set for attainment by July I, still stand. The Army program Is .understood to IK up to or niicncl of schedule. The Navy prog ram lags a little, partly because ships have been built and put in service faster and in greater numbers than had been believed possible. Quotas ot meil being asked for by the services now arc to replace bailie casualties and men discharged from active service for other reasons. Even nftor the 11,300,000-mcn goal Is reached, replacements will still be necessary. Till: MANPOWER SUPPLY IS ADEQUATE On the home front, the war ,1115- iluction front, goals have all been met. Even ;"irjn goals. In munitions industries, over 200,000 men have already been laid oft. Therf are only Tour tight Industries inso- far as manpower rcqulreinenls me concerned—conl mining, longing, lumbering and railroading. Nutlnu- iilly, the supply of manpower Is vdi - f|iuitc, though in speclilu liH'iililu-.i and Individual factories or Imlns- tilt's Ihe supply may be short. Moving the .sitrplu.s men mid «•». men to Ihe shortage ureas takrs managing, but lo say that this country of IM.OUO.OOO people faces a manpower crisis wllh a breakdown of the civilian services Is much like the other iiltempls to make crises ou( of (lie draft of piv-I'onrl Harbor fathers or of 18-ye»r-uWs, In achieving (his iniiiiiiKenirnt <<f manpower, War Manpower Commissioner Paul V. McNilLI, who Is nl the center of nil these crises, lakes a good bll of kicking around. So much so that one wag the oilier day nominated (he governor lor tlie order of (lie purple bottom. Radio Experts Senior Class To Offer Plays Here April 27 The Senior Class of lllylboville High School will present two one- act plays at 8 p. in. on Thursday, April '27 in llic high school auditorium. The leading roles of "The Nine Lives of Emily" are taken by Mary Clray Gray I 24 HOUR TIRE SERVICE VnlcanMnf — Tire »nd Tube Bcpalrlnc Tractor "Mm Oar Specialty. All Work Guaranteed WADE COAL CO. Alabama R«d Ash Coal N. Bwy. 61 Ph. 2291 O'Steen's Studio 1CS W. Main 6 PJCTU RES and One Enlargement COPYING and ENLARGING a Specialty. Bring Us Your KODAK FILMS for Enlarging & Printing Wlicn Blylheville Was An Infanl, This Was Our Mollo - - - "ALL THAT'S GOOD IN INSURANCE" - - - It Still ls( Writing Fire & Tornado on your stock of merchandise, homo, furniture, on your farm property. Liability, on Auto, Contractors, public, automobile. Plate Glass, Trucks nnd Truck Cargo, Accident & Health, Parcel Post, In oldest and best of Companies. Just call phone 3361 for binder on anything Insurablo. W. M. Burns Agency Office Anthony Bldg, nnd George Moore. Miss plnys tlic purt of Nnliilte Midc, the clever daughter of a rh talnp&s mini, who IK In luce •Illi her sister's fiance, Douglas Ei'crctl, played by Mr. Moore, lancy McCllll hikes the purl ot :ie sister Emily, who doesn't seem to mliul Ihe fact Hint her Inncc Is slipping Into the clutches f her sister. Other students to appear In Ihe ila.v arc Osivnld nullify, n-f "<e father of these two ' glorified sls- icrs. nnd Fiances UrtaJil, llic nother, n woman somewhat spoll- :d by money. Roy Calvin portrays .he pint of a manly lifeguard, .vliom all the women adore. Vivian Moore makes her entrance us the nmid of this "loving" family. "Tlie Nine Lives of Emily" ils iroducctl Ihrough special arningc- nent with Sainiipl French nnd l.s llrectcd by ML« IAUUI u. Wllhclm :nd studcnl-dircctor, Mice McGregor. The cast of thc second )lay. "If There Were No Const I- lutton," written by Miss Wllliclm, las not ns yet been ninioiinccd. CLEVELAND lUl') —"It's cnslor lo pilot H Flying Fortress oil 50 nisslons tlinu change my son's din- ;cr." Thus coiiuiicntcd Capl. Cllf- 'ord R. Erlksou, 24-ycar-oUl Cleveland youth, home on furlough after a'^ear of action. • Club Leaders Report A meeting of the Plai Lake 4-H Club was held Tuesday, April 4 with Kitty Bell Plunkelt., There were 29 club members and five' leaders present. Aftci the- business session the group captains gave their reports. Bobby 'Kami, cotton cnritntn, reported one In Ills club; J. D. Daniels, pig captain, reported six; and PcfsKy. Hawkins, calf captain; Doris l.oekrldije, gardening arid canning ciiptnln; L'nnscy Manlcy," clothing cnplulii; and Lorcnc Wilson poul- '' captain also gave reports on - ' • winwii Mnvlnos am cumpli'tlng the InilnliiK nl Mliunl Unlvcislly Oxf.ml, Ohio, whlcii will enable ihom lo take ovor lliu hoinc-froui rmlio JoUi now Jit-Id by mule Mi.rlnes. 1'rndU-liin nt (he control board Is uovpural IJm-olhy c, Knnls of Dover, N. J. Wulchlng her w.irk arc I'riviitc l-iiM ciiiNs Normn M. lli-rla of ChlwiRo Hdglils, 111., and Jewdl Slmins ul 21-1 Wuiidnmu Avemio, 1'nss ctirlstlun. Miss, They are now on duly at the Wiirlne Air Hlatton at Cherry Point. N. C. (Official U. S. Marine Corps 1'liutu.) ' • • .. > , . Miss c'ova iJie Coleman, home di'iiionstmlloji agent, gave a demonstration on homo Improvement nnd gnrdcnliig. . .. ,. I'lano I'iirts Drop On Farm ' CEDAilVILLE, O. (UP) — Anybody seen part ot nn airplane fly- liiK iirqumlf At least , Patterson Hold uullioritlcs arc seeking a pHuie of nils ilescrlptlon, since W W, Miller reixirtcd that two large "hpliine parts, believed to have dropped from n circling alrplalno, found on his farm near Ce- ji'e.H cJmnges In (qmpernture or exposure to Inlonee smillEht cannot be wllhslood by sniikcs THE TERMITE AND PEST CONTROL CO. Muslcr Kxlcrmiimtors Allen Hldclle, Mnin«i;cr I'rcc Iiixin'cllim & Ksllmales f-iMT Hotel iiii one 2028 Women Marines Learn To Care For Equipment Trnlnlni! In ri\tllii miiliiti'i«in«-, u lilRhly tiichnU-iil nssluninent, bus hu- KHII fur wiiiiii-n Mnrlne.s stntluiwil at- Clicrry 1'olnl, N. C.. the liuui'sl Mn- line Ciiiiis Air iSlntlun III tlie country, iiccorillni! id s«t. Marilyn Blrock now In Dlyllievllli! on (»ni|)urnry m- cniltlni; ilnty. Upon rniupletloii nf (he course they will releiiKc the ciunbnt Mu- rlnes nciw nssli'iied the Imiiurlnnl tusk ol mitintiihiiiiK riulto cqul|i- iniinL (in plimts IniKcd Iliere nnd at outlying MiiriiU! Coi|>s Air I-'iuWs. The woiiicn li-urn Hie use of tools nnd the M/JJ, nppliciitlon, uml (;iirt,- of elcclricnl Itislrimieiitu. They lire Instruiitcd In liming, Instnllnllon, openitloii. und cure ol vurlims types of nircrnll equipment uml mobile ground I'liiitpinenl. They me tnilncd IIH "tnnibli,- slunjler;;.' 1 Defon? tliuy slmi tlie radio iniilii- tcnimce course Ility iilteml nn eluht week convsii »l. the Alrcrnfl Radio School oil the .slnllnn. Studies include clcmiMitury electricity, innlhc- inufles, rniidnniundil rudlo liibcini- (ory IratnltiK, and k-elures und K\K- clnl lubonilory wmk on n dimin different lype.s of rndlo equipment, In leiirnhig n Job thul Is vllnl to Iho wur,'Iho wonir-ii-Mai'lnra also iicinilro ii ImckKi'ouiul for n pluco In the post-war world, Sgt, strock Mild L If JO" w»ni Mb.; nm Wai »nni, HEIJ, OS TIIE rURNITTTBB VOU AKE NOT USING /« e«uJil AI.MJ Ubrr»l trmde-ln all*w*Bc* lot old lumllun.ta new. Altin Hardy Kuril. Co. 101 F, M«1n .. Ph.... tMI There ure more limn MOO specie;] of mils. PLUMBING and Heating Service JESSE PROVINCE ...... Phone 2110 Mra. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, B.A., M.S.M. ORGANIST ami TBACllElt of PIANO - ORGAN nntl VOICK Former Now York Orgnnlst, & Tcnchet For Appointment Write Mra. Powlaton lldl Chlcknsnwb* or Phono 204* Macoupin Seed Soybeans Germinnlion Average 8S'5% R, D. HUGHES GIN CO. • South Broadway—liiytlicvlllo E. H. FORD, General Agent, National Equity Life Insurance Co, Telephone 3185 Genuine Oliver PARTS & EQUMEBT Combines - Disc Harrows - Hay Rukc.s - Walking Plows - I'lanter.s - clc. AUTO PA UTS & OAUAGK Eipert Aulo Uepiiir Work 517 W. Ash 1'iionc 2552 — For a better stand! — — for quicker germination! — — For healthier plants! — •— For more $ per acre! — HAVE YOUR OWH PLflHTIHG SEED GRflDEB, BE-L8NTED AHD TREATED AT Russell Barbara's RED Phona 2142 For Complete Details! We have a limited supply of first yc.ir from pedigreed Stonevllle S-B, «-B and DPI u collon seed. All judcd, rtcUntcd and treated. In 1« Ib. b»i». WU1 trade for your seed. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed lire remembered always. Our ways fresh, and nil work Is guaranteed (o plena, .talmicrs help you with your floral needs ^FLOWERSHOP j^;™;, s rir «M. O , wim^/r; An ^.«... MAKE YOUR TIRES Last As Long As Possible! Rotate Tires e Check Pressure Check Brakes • Check Shock Absorbers • Chock Wheel Alignment Lee Motor Sales I'll. 819 Wo Still Havo A Few Bags of PEDIGREED COTTONSEED MIXED FERTILIZER CERTIFIED ROYAL SOYBEANS Order AMMOHIAN HITRATE Now, J. L TERRELL 111 S - Broadway Phone 2631 DRS. WES & NIES OSTEOPATH 1C PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CAHCER) , OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 pnd 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Main Hlythcvillc, Ark. Phone 2921 PLEASE RETURN EMPTY BEVERAGE BOTTLES TO YOUR DEALER To be able lo servo yon better, your dealer needs empty beverage bottles. There arc plenty-of bottles IK they arc kept moving. Won't you please return empty bottles to your dealer at once for your deposit or, butter still, for credit on full bottles of your favorite beverage. Uoynl Crown Uolfliiiir Co. I)r. I'epiier ISollliiis Co. Tcpsi-Colu Bottling Co. Midwest Dairy Products Co. Coca-Cola Bottling Co.

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