The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1944 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 15, 1944
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U>. 1944 DON'T QUOTE ME- ladio Preacher lot A Candidate McKrell Decides He Will Not Make Race r Governor's Job , I!V 3I51 "OWNING . ,' 1 '™ ss Sf:lfr Correspondent | .LITTLE HOCK. Aurll M (UP) IJames "Uncle Mac" MncKrell, wh • , - -••"- .-.LIV, ivmur*.! L'U, ttllU |\ad professional politicians guessing during months O f apparent pre- I aration for a sho t at the govcr- Tior s race this year, Has quietly oidcd hts bureaucrat-baiting soap- "xs and bowed out of the campaign. I am definitely out of the gov- |nioi-s race," he told this writer loday. •! reel that I can best serve •no people of Arkansas by preaching tlic Gospel, rather than by at- ^empling t 0 oiick something that is "w, too big for one man. '1 "till feel very strongly against nsnington bureaucracy, but the U Supreme Court has held the A constitutional, and my hands Ire tied." . i 1 MacKrell said ills decision was not kcasioned by failure to get enough. •Jioney to finance a gubernatorial rampaign. "In fact, I had belter than $20,- LONDON, April 15. (UP)-Mill- tary authorities and war correspondents have'arranged In advance of the forthcoming western front Invasion of Eurojxj what should be the best news coverage of any campaign In history. This front will be covered from the moment tlic first Doughboy or Tommy sets foot on the fust laud- Ing barge. Press arrangements are ns much a subject of security as op- crnllonnl plans and lo give the number of correspondents, radiomen and photographers Involved might tip the scale of the undertaking. H can he said, however, that plnns drawn by public relations officers of the Bj-ilislj. Cnnndian ami American forces overshadow any similar organization in (lie past. Corres|»ndents familiar wilh war coverage arrajigeiueuls since Ihe "little DEP" went to France In October, 1839, believe that, the program will operate with a minimum of delay and difficulty. Most of the correspondents assigned lo the Invasion have had front line experience. Some, like Edward W. Benttic of the United Press, have covered five or six .wars. Field conditioning courses including such training as map reading have been available to others. ., -• - —^.^. MMi,, s>^",- Newsmen have gone ashore with yum which to start," he said, every American or Allied landlne fc !?, m ,°- rc i ll hils l)mi «»™t«l' since offensive warfare "went am ^nai nis Little Hock radio nrnt/ram<: i phibious" at r! ""' | « t "- i ""' c-:...n... Invasion Hews Coverage fb Be Handled By Staff Of Veterans a month , m i voluntary contributions from his listeners. Refused Commission I His recent efforts to obtain an Irmed services commission as a trotind instructor in navigation, or * chaplain's commission, also have •alien through, he said. • 'However, his retlrciaent from the gubernatorial race was not cxpect- cl to mean an absolute hands-off Iqhcy in regard to politics. He may lie expected to give at least tacit ' io some other candidate. ver, some or his more en- husiastic backers may give him a on the preferen- . 1'Senatorial Aspirant David D, Ter- mr has been shaking hands in north- last Arkansas recently, covering Iround already well trodden by |wo of his opponents, Col T. H. Barton and Rep. J. W. Fullirlght. A report was making the rounds Wednesday that Terry might be Irged lo withdraw from the sena- lorial race and launch a new cam- •aign in (he governor's race. 1 Asked If he had any comment to •lake on the rumor, Terry said he •izeablc write-in •ial ballot. |adn't heard it. "Then there's nothing to II, as ir as you are concerned?" lie was Isked. I "No," h e corrected. "I said I had- I't heard the rumor." | Works For Fulbriglil I Preliminary campaign headquar- jrs. a prc-campaign office, wlil be •pened for Congressman Fulbiight lithin the next few days under di- ectlon of. Pat Garner," Port Smith •adio man-, -who' 'has- been' doing arrangements will obtain this time. It is certain that during the first Phase of the consolidation of beachheads all copy will be pooled, Elaborate arrangements have been made to Insure good transmission. This has been notoriously had at the start of the early campaigns but was excellent in 'the recent Italian operations.- Eventually it is planned that these facilities include air, sea and land couriers, radio, cable and voice transmission. Correspondents found voice transmission facilities set lip by the U. S: Army Signal Corps at Algiers during the North African campaign were of immeasurable assistance when other channels often were erratic or overloaded with official business. Similar facilities nt Naples Ifiu'e been helpful to news agencies and newspapers. Censorship, which will be centralized for all phases oi the operation, .will be under the direction of men who Know" the problems of Twki censorship or who have been doing censorship in London lor a long time. United Press invasion coverage will draw on a pool of 35 experienced correspondents, the great majority of whom have already been accredited and are available for field service and sev.ernl of whom have had long experience in land, se'a and air warfare. 'It! practice, the nlmioer actually afield with the various forces would never approximate such a total. The remainder would be devoted to supreme. Allied headquarters, desk WQi'k^ and available,, as ^n renlace- >me spadework for Fulbright. • merit"pool as't'h'e"operation grows in Garner said Fulbright would Me scope. lack in the United States in about I -month after completing Ipri as head of the Allied Educa- lon commission in England. I He released tills copy of the let- Br sent to Fulbright by Secretary f .ate cbrdell Hull in connection the mission to Britain: 'In connection with our recent >nference. let me say again liow lappy I am that we are to have Tie benefit of your wide experience hid knowledge of Foreign Affairs h carrying on Ihe important mis- Jon of collaboration with the Ailed ministers of Education," Hull Irote. 1 Colonel Barton •leaking engagements in western fcunties this week, to end Satur- Jiy night at Harrison where he •ill award the Barton Trophy for Krieulltiral leadership. J Governor Adklns spoke In LittJe lock -Wednesday night and was lo Teak at graduation exercises later .1 the week. I Sen. Hnttic W. Caraway, contact- Is supporters in northwestern bwns, had steered clear of Little In addition, the United Press maintains a Inghly-exgerienced list- The overall coverage by the United Press will be directed by vircll Pinkley, vice president and general Eiii-opeini mannger, whose- personal pre-war knowledge ot Europe Inu Ixen engaged by coverage ot campaigns In the western desert, Tunisia and Sicily. 1'lnkley's right- hand ninn Is Clifford L. Day, as- slslant European manager, with : longer experience as n foreign cor I'csjxmdcnt thnn ,,,)y American Ji London. Their staff Includes such veleiai correspondents as: Benltie, who has covered war in China, Ethiopia, Finland nnd France, wrote from London during the battle of Urllnln nnd covered the Gcrmim debacle nt Tunis Richard O. McMillan, fnmous'fbi his coverage of the British 8th Army's battle across ,Nor(h Africa from El Alnmein. who also covered the first HEP in Prance, Ihe cviicun- tion at Dunkirk, the evacuations of Greece and Crete- nnd the first phases of the Italian campaign Waller Cronkite, who has covered tlic air wnr from Britain since the first flights ot the American strategic bombing furee nnd wiio has made several operational nights. Phil Ault and John Pan-Is, boll, veterans of the Norm African campaign since assigned to London. . Leo Uislier, who was decorated after being wounded at Orsui in nn Allied attempt lo smash Hie harbor boom nml who recently covered the attack on the Tirpilv. with the British home fleet, his Invasion assignment. The U. S. staff in general includes jnen vJho speak German or French or both ami who hnvc kept in close contact with European problems. WFA Appoints Agents To Buy Arkansas Eggs The- War Fuod Administration has further expanded Us egg buying tirogrsjii in Arkansas (oday, with the appointment of several Arkansas dealers to act as agents for WPA in tlic purchase of current receipt 'eggs, Ernest P. Franks, Area Marketing Supervisor of WFA's Office of Distribution announced today. di Appointment, of agents was made by WFA Administrator Marvin Jones to further assure Arkansas farmers n minimum price of 2fi cents per dozen for eggs, Mr. Franks said. At the same time h3 emphasised that WFA and Hie Olficc of Distribution was continuing its buying- program on a graded basis in as small lots as 10 cases. Mr. Franks said the WFA purchase program was designed tc relieve the present ovrrcrowrtcil innSet and 'that*WPA' would pay its agents 29 cenU a dozen for the ungraded eggs, provided that agent , furnished a certificate that Iho i, n~ '";; producer had received a'minimum handles all European' of 20 cents per dozen. and many non-European languages and which,keeps a close check on all Axis radio broadcasts not only for military news but also for political trends. Rock on her latest swing through the state. Senator Caraway's Washington office has mailed out a brochure of laudatory comment on her activities in the upper house. It contains 37 Items, mostly reprints *-i"urcJHS .) I ILeir had scheduled i from newspapers nt n fit ii'nr-f-AP.-I I «t*«^t*«j. The Office of Distribution's Area Supervisor emphasized that this augmenting of buying' in no way affected the programs already in effect, but was a supplementation to those. - Egg prices have improved during the past'week, he pointed out, and WPA Is striving to assure every producer a market price of not less than 20 cents per dozen for his ungraded eggs, Mr. Franks said. Some 25 dealers have either Try our "Own Made" ICECREAM Ule Hickory Inn Across from High School Elmer Cunningham VULCANIZIRG Tire & Tube Repair I Cotton Belt R.R. ft 8. Bwj. «1 • (Formerly with Englcr AM. Ft*,) BOB MlWl |PUster, Stucco, Ceuut W.rk Pkoae 882 PLUMBING and Heating Service JESSE PROVINCE 1127 E. Vine Phone 1 2719 efoe Furniture Co. E. .Vain DM 3221 Wanted: Dscd Fumitnre. Also yon can trade your old Fnmt- turr. In on now. "SQUARE DK,iL" No. 101683 Minnesota Slate Champion 1942, Senior Boar Phr All American Champion, 1912, Senior Boar Fir FOR SALE A few choice FALL BOARS sired by SQUARE DEAL. ( Thick, smooth and well grown out, with plenty of quality. JOE T. CAGLE S. Hwy. 61— Phone 3390— Rt. 2, Blythcville Arkansas Bases Need 175 WACs Recruits Assigned To Specific Field After Basic Course Openings at llircc Army nit-buses In Arkunsas lot an ninny ns 175 Air Wacs In more limn 15 different job classifications were aimounccc today by the Air Wnc Section of Arkansas WAC Recruiting Headquarters, LiUlc Hock. Women from W lo 43 years old Inclusive, \vlio cna qualify for en- rollnienl In the Women':; Anu> Corns as Air Wncs nnd for the unfilled nil-base jobs ran be assured of returning lo n specific Arkansas airfield for tlielr Initial - inent after completing/the five weeks of basic training at Port jilcllioriio, Ga., Air Wnc Ifecrillt- if Officers Raid. Tin; airbascs arc nt Walnut Rld(jc, Ncwiwrt and Stntlfiul. AIHODB Hie loll classlflciitions, in which there arc openings, arc: Stock clerk, vehicle driver, nurse's aide or practical nurse, mimeograph operator, message center clerk, administrative clerk, clerk-typist, general clerk (no typing), stenographer. Link Trainer instructor, airplane or en- mechanic, radio mechanic, supply, draftsman, motion piclurc projectionist, teletype opcralor, parachule Huger n nd repairman, swllchboard npcrntor, camera technician, photo laboratory technician, and weather observer. These nml many oilier jobs are open for Air Wac recruits at scores of nfrbascs in four other slates of the Eighth Service Command — Texas, Oklahooma, Louisiana, and Neiv Mexico. Where openings exist and WAC applicants can qualify for them, the applicants can be assured of being sent lo those stations. WAC applicants mny now select tlie Army Air Forces, Army Service Forces or Army Ground Forces for service, The Air Transport command hns announced a need for enlisting 5,000 Air Wncs for overseas duty. Openings exist In many job classifications in the ATC. , • Women interested in further details about Air Wac jobs should contact the Air Wnc Recruiting Officer, 500V. Center, Little Reck or the nearest, Air Wac recruiting learns now working out of Port Smith, Blytheville, Bntcsvllle, Hot Springs, Texnrkium, Catnden nnd El Dorado. Night's Slcci) Wasted KANSAS CITY, Mo. (U P )The heart of the Kansas clly po- licc .unto theft bureau'would hnvc had better luck in tracking clown a stolen car recently if he had Just gone home and sat there. A cm- was reported stolen from a pnrk- niB place one evening, and the bureau staff spent most O f the night broadcasting- descriptions of the missiiiB vehicle nnd searching the nearby area. Finally, 'when the bead of (lie bureau arrived homo in the late hours, he found the stolen car just across the street. Most U. S. soldiers gain about 10 pounds during their first three months In the Army ten named as agents or have been recommended for such HIJ- pointmcnts, Mr. Franks said Every typo heel Is repaired ori attached here—[ the work Is done perfectly, rea-' sonably - and, if^.-y,...-,—.-.—„ you wish, while you wait. Complete Shoe Repair Service here. QUflLITY SWOG SHOP [REFRIGERATION SERVICE Repairs On All Makes By Expert Workmen. T. F. WARREN Phono 3310 Arkansas State Certified D. & P. L No 14 PLANTING SEED $125 Per Ton ALSO D. & P. L. NO. 12 ALFALFA HAY ROSELAND GIN CO. Roseland, Ark. ATTENTION SERVICE MEN: Please bring proper identification papers from your commanding officer when buying badges, ribbons and medals. We have complete stocks. For KHAKI and TROPICAL shirts and trousers, see us. HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier PRESCRIPTIONS Frwhest Stock Guaranteed Best Price* Kirby Drug Stores Midwest ICE CREAM Pints 20c; Quarts 40c When You Buy Your Groceries—Take Home a CarIon! CECIL LOWE Grocery & Market Wo Deliver _P«k & N. Hwy. 6L PIionc'597 JPJQH IN WASHINGTON BV I'KTKK F.I)SON C'cwilcr News W ^ou don't have.lo go beyond iho second sentence of Secretary of Slalc Coi-dcll Hull's latest speech on foreign policy lo find wlmt started much of Ihe recoil control', crsy on (his subject. Foreign policy will tile secretary Isn't n mysioi-I- ous games played by diplomat In "irelBn offices all over the world. Hut to many of Die sclf-nppolul- ed experts' who are ilivily kibitzers 0" the International sllundon foreign affairs arc as simple us n game of bridge, KIWI they criticize every piny, a rent 13rllnln, Soviet Russia, china nml the United Stales mnke up (he (able. Tlic stakes arc Germany. Great Drlltilu is vulnerable anrt chlnn hns scattered strength, 'fhc Unllcd Stnlra opens the bidding (for surrender of Italy) will n few clubs, but, Ihe bovlel hns grent strength In spades nnd wins the bid, Bni-ly in the play, Great Hrilnln nnd (lie Uuilcd Stales, as partners llint they Imvo strength ill the King (of Italy) nnd Aco Biidogllo, and (ho kibitzers nil yell What business hnvc these partners bdeling such cards In their hnmlsV Then when Hie Soviet nuleily Irumiw both Ace nnd King (by recognition) die klbllzcrs yell sllil more loudly, wanting to know why '.he partners didn't think oi trumping their oivn high cards, Prom .he dlsmny of (he kibllwrs hand (Wine, rubber, mulch — the whole • arn wnr hns been lost by bad play. IB of (he diplomatic gtunc But great grief I is this Just bridge? it mos i decidedly ikn'l. Uil.s- Is wnr, nnd It's played tor DIPLOMATS ON "IlK DEFENSIVK Ucpartmenl of Stata 1ms been under terrific criticism [rom the' Klblzers. Not being in u position .0 tell siicclflcnlty what It was do- iiB 1" every situation because of the close tie-in between diplomacy and the nclunl fighting Hie de- JnrlmciH hns Mill tried to Justify vhnt It hns been doing, using bread n-lnclples and generalities, The result so far is that almost every attempt to explain has stirred up More criticism. The 17-poli lt defense >' u. S. foreign policy, culled from "acK speeches nnd declarations nerely put the Stnlc Department 'milier on (he defensive. The conference \vllh the frcsh- nen Republican congressmen was another effort of Die same kind, "lit it went sour, it cnn uc shown '.lint disclosure of Hull's confidences a tbnt meeting actually en ve alii lo the enemy. There yon Imve the key (o this whole .business. The Department, state can't mnke an open book' of everything a | 5 doing - in wnr-1 .[me because practically everything -hat It docs is n part of iiill|t»i-» operations. " " QUESTIONS ARE UNAN'SWKItAHLK NOW How can those things be answered now? How can the location of :very boundary, the formation ot every government; be'determined at, tills singe of the wnr? The Dc- wrtment of Slntc can't answer llioso questions and Di'llhci' can anyone else. Foreign policy, except .on the lii' of principles as rc-stalcil In (he last Hull speech, lion always been n.Jiiattci-' of 1 expediency, and In war (ho nclors, Ihe scenes and the situations clianye fust. No olhcr nation Iws minutely detailed foreign policy set down In black mid while. Why should we? A change In die political complexion of (he Unllor States this fall might call for a cliungc In U, S. foreign policy. Why Bet (he country out, on an Inter- imllonnl limb? Change Is possible In other countries, ton, Bucli clifinges could conceivably cause dningcs In U. S. foreign policy, Viewed -from these angles the writing of n .wcinc foreign policy (or every country, underground movement,- biillruv government or absentee political facllon Is Impassible. Thai, however, Is n hard hill ul goods lo sell. Secretary Hull's speech will therefore be crlllcr/cc 1 by (he fclljlters for weeks as offer- Ig nothlni; new. It doesn't, llut hoiv could II and what of it? Brown 4-H Club Meets The Drown -1-11 Club met Mon- diiy with Wllda Matthews presldlni- 'Ood Uless America" was SUIIK by tlv! Broup led by Mrs. llullon, The ru|lou-lng group cnplalns cave reports: IMauchi! ThrelkeUI, poultry captain, reported eight in her group': Freda day Wagner, gardening captain, reported 10; Freda Wiiguer, calf caplnln, re|)«iled two; Joe Keod Thvclkeld, pig caplain, reiwiic'il 12- Tula Mae Onllegly, clolhint; cap- lain, reported seven, and Kuthryn Walson. looils and cookery captain, reported K. Miss Cora I/;c Colcman, county home demonstration agent, showed the islrls how lo make measurements In cookery and showed the captains how lo keep rcimils. Keith J. Ull- brcy, county ai!ent, dlscus.sed hybrid seed. A report of the County 1'lay Tmir- niimenl was (jlven. i\ O T I 0 E letters of administration on the estate of l.ela Ulythc', Deceased, were (iriinlcil lo the iiiKlerslgned, on the aist day of March, IfM-l, by the Probate Court for the Chlckiisawlm District of Mississippi County, Arkansas. All persons Imviiij; claims auai said estate arc required to exhibit them, properly authenticated for allowance, lo the undersigned, us administrator of said estate, before the cud (if one year from the date of the granting of the letters upon said estate, anil If such- clnims he not presented, (hey will bo forevei barred. Dated this Hist day of March, 10'H MAIICUS BV11AKU Administrator ot the Ks- tntc of Lc]a Blylhc, Deceased. •ijl-8-15-22-20 'Pepper was worth Its -weight lii gold In (indent, times, mid onlj the richest of men could afford It Have Your CAR and TRUCK MOTOR and CHASSIS Motor Only ... $3.50 Motor and Chassis $5 toy Eich Chevrolet Co. Phone 578 Holds Breath, Wades Out Of Deep Water Weighted down with pack rlflo. ammunition, nnd two reels of wire- Sift. Thomas J. oration, '21, liltk- iiwin, Ky,, iveiit straight to the hot- join In eight feet ot water when he Jumped from his barge during a landing on tiiv sonlh const of New Britain, "We were a full 200 ynrds from shore when svo hit « reef," he told a reporter. "We were ordered off, and Just as we plied out of the bulge, II slipped from the reef nnd we Innilctl In deep wulcr. "I WHS so weighted down I hit Hie bottom and stayed there. I held my breath and kept walking unlll my head popucrt out of the water, the fellows on the oilier barges said onr rifles stuck out of the wn- Icr like submarine periscopes." Croflon, a member of.(he famous Sxltli Army llushmastcr Infantry iloHlmcnl, was Inking pun, | t , (| 10 establishment of a btinchhend east of Ar/iK-c. Artillery from the base had puimded lh c strong point night ami day. nnd (ho Japs, unknown to the Americans, had ;ic ( | hours lie- fore Ihe landing WIIK made. The J«l« left pile),- of shattered equipment, stacks of ammunition a Hundred weaixms, nml -10 iinmn-lccl dead. Croflon's mitt moved forward Immediately and .sent patrols out for Iho Japs. The palrols, one of which spent flvo days on the trulls, found discarded shoes and equipment mid a few dead Japs who dropped on Ihe trail, um u, c y found no sign of a live enemy In the vicinity ' The sergeant | s u, c SOI1 ot MrSi illle Downing of nlythovlUo Ark ami the bmtlier-ln-law of Mrs. Henry Crofton of Hlcknmii, Ky. CLOCKS REPAIRED Electric or Stem Wlnti, Work Guaranteed. A. B. F 0 R D AJ J'«t O'Bry*nt'i Jowelrj Electrical Repairs & Maintenance HOUSES EXI'EKTI.Y WIRED J. T. (Charlie) Stalcup Phnne Z9S3 or 2MB Savo 50% On TRUSSES Sfccl and Elastic STEWART'S Drug Store Main & Lake . Phone 2822 ^- PAGE THREE' \ Osceola Scfiool ". Sends Musicip'ns . To Band Clinic ' ' ' Osceola.. High School musicians "™ "nnd director were amon* the JOO representatives, who attended Ihe nnniial stntb band clinic yesterday at, Arkansas state Teachers College, conway. Other high. schools represented were Rlson, Hope, Fayettevllle, Rog- S'* - . c , ouway '~ Magnolia, Waldo, Nashville, Port Smith. Forrest City Alma, Mnilanna, Bcnton, Camden, viinilurcn Little Rock Paris, Hot springs. Montlccllo, and Clinton. New Liberty News MM. prvnl Glide of Cnmorlllo, Calif., arrived. Sunday for -a visit with her parents,.Mr. nnd Mrs. J, M. Aycock, 'mid olhcr relatives, ["* Mrs. Orvnl '. Mahon and Infant (lnii«Jitcr, Dolores, and Miss Alice lumsh of. Swlfton, Ark., have returned Ipnic after n visit with Mr. ami Mrs. Clarence Tnrklngtoti. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. H; Cnldweil and BiniiddHUKlitcr, Palsy, Mrs. Essie U'lidonnlo and Mrs. Lngrone Whit- lie spent the weekend In Piedmont, Mo,, with relatives. Mr. and Mrs; W. S. Aylock nnd family, of Pnrnia, Mo., s|>cnt Mon- ciuy witli Mr. and Mis. M. J. Ayeock Mrs, lleulah Lloyd nnd tally of IllyUicvllle spent Sunday wlflrMr mid Mrs. Veslcr Pierce. 'J'he Rev. mid Mrs. Hatc.s Stuidy nml fiimlly of lllytlicville weio tbo Sunday guests of Mr. ami Mrs. P B JiirrnU, : There Is enough Ice In Anlaro- t c« to encase Iho cmlh In a layer 120 feet thick. • 1-International Tractor 2-Row Planter. 7 Horscdrawn Turning Plows. 2 Horscdrawn Middle Busters. 1 3-disc Tractor Plow. 1 Bush & Bog Disc. . Small Johnson Outboard Motor. OhlendorfGinCo. Phone 8-F2 Osceola,'Ark. MAKE YOUR TIRES Last As Long As Possible! • Rotate Tires • Check Pressure • Check Brakes •'Check Shock Absorbers • Check Wheef Alignment Fh. 511 Lee Motor Sales E»rl Stone, Shop For«n»n SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, ts T J^FLOW,ERSHOP « M». J. M. (Mac) Wllllami, owner : ai*no»« Nil. E. H. FORD, General Agent, National Equity Life Insurance Co. Telephone 3185 PLEASE RETURN EMPTY BEVERAGE BOTTLES TO YOUR DEALER 'To he able to servo you better, your dealer needs empty beverage bottles. There arc plenty of bottles IP they are kept moving. Won't you please return empty bottles to your dealer at once for your deposit or, better still, for credit on full bottles ot your favorite beverage. Koyal Crown Bottling Co. Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. Pepsi-Cain Bottling: Co, Midwest Dairy Products Co. Coca-Cola Bottling; Co. Mrs. DALTON G. FOWLSTON, B.A.. M.S.M. OHOANI3T nnd TEACHER Of PIANO - ORGAN nnd VOICE Former New York Organist & Teachet ,. .. „ For Appointment rVrJtc Mrs. Fowlston uoi ohlck&t»wb» or Phon» We Still Have A Few Bogs of PEDIGREED COTTONSEED 3918 FERTILIZER CERTIFIED ROYAL SOYBEANS NITRATE OF SODA J. L. TERRELL JUS. Broadway PhQtm'2631 DRS. NIES & MIES OSTEOPATH/C PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CAHCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Main Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2921

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