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MONDAY, Aim.. 17.' irkansas Guard |s Strengthened Battalion Activated; Capt E. A. Rrcc Gets Another Assignment B1ATIJEV1LLE (ABK.) -COU1HKB NEWS . J HOCK, April n.-ncuvti- ion ol Die First "Separate" Bat- tillon of the Arkansas State Guard fommanded by Maj. R ttlu j 0 |p h M ' Koc, at Pine Dluff brings the Ar- lansas Guard to full strength as fccommcndedby the National Guard Bureau of the War Department, ex- lept, for a medi.-al unit not com- llctcly organized. Col. Hendrix lackey, Slate Guard commander, Innounccd yesterday. J Several officers imvc received lew assignments an<l several companies in the basic regiment have, lecclvcd new letter dcslgimllons in lie new ballalion, In three battal- Inis of the original Sixth Arkansas Infantry regiment, and in a "pro- llsional" battalion of Hie four milts |i Greater Liltte Rock, i Major Roe was promoted from •ommumler of Die old Pine Bluff Bompany to head the new biittalion. i'irst LI. E. \v. Freeman was pro- Biolcd to captain and plr.ced lit Command of the Scparalc Battalion Jeadquarlers Detachment. Second A. Lloyd H, Pond was promoted 0 captain and given command of foiniiiiny D of Hie new battalion at fine Bluff. 1 Other units and commanding of- iccrs of the First Separate Bat- kilion arc: Company A, Helena, Capt. Austin M. Coatcs; Company E, Marianna, Capt. Ben H. Vownn- Bompany C, Monticcllo, Capt,. Rob- Irt E. Crump. 1 Additional rcasslgmncnts arc' llaj. B. A. Brooks, itlle Hock, ti-ans- Terred from Inspector General's Dc- lartmenl to Officers' Reserve list, Ind Capt. E. A. Rice of Biytlicville, tormcr regimental inlclllgence of- *-«r, assigned to succeed him in the Rector General's Department. Instructors, 'in Promotion vt Field Here J Eight second lieutenants of the Blythcviile Army Air Field have Icen promoted to first lieutenant ccording to announcement today ly Col. Kurt M. London, cpmmand- hg officer. All are flight instructors, comiiiissioned a year ago, and In duty at this field since that Imc. J Four are Hying training squatl- •on commanders: Lieut. Kenneth I. Bunker, of Mount Vernon, N. Y.; lieut. Donald R. Maudsiey, of |loomfield, N. J.; Lieut. Charles Vogeley, of McKcesport, Pa., Uent. Carlttiti p. Wells, of outh Deerfield, Mass. J Four are flight commanders: •ieut. Pred S. Andes, of McMinii-. lille, Tenn.; Lieut. Charles H.' Barnes; of Little Rock, ArkX; Lteut.-a J'Corge B. Hutchison, of Wllfcfns- •urg, Pa., and Lieut, Pi'hncls E. ^tultz, of Hagcrstown, Md. len In Service . J Lieut, L. c. Poscy Jr., son of Mr. IntSJrfrs. Poscy Sr., of Blythcviile, I;U~ been Jiromoted to the rank If first lieutenant. Now in India litli the Army Air Forces, Uonlcn- Int Poscy has been In service for horc than two years. • I Another son of Mr. and Mrs. Pos- Si., Pvt. Herman Cross rosey, no;v stationed in New Caledonia, member of the infantry, Private |ose v has been in the armed forces lir the past 10 months, and reccnl- !• wrote his parents that he lifccs I is station and goes swimming ev- Vy day. 1 Mr. and Mrs. B. F. fjoflin liave bceived news of tlie safe arrival li New Guinea of their son, Tccli. liltli Grade Paul F. Lofiin, who is In accountant with the Medical Torps of the Army. Mr. and Mrs. loflin had not heard from their pn since March 1. I Mrs. E. c. Hnrper of Blythcviile as received n letter from Chappin n. C. Clingman, somewhere the Southwest Pacific, congrat- lating her on-? the promotion of er son, staff Scrgt. William El- rgeant Ellis has been hi the almost three years and in lie Pacific for the past 18 months. |n the letter Chaplain Clingman ij's "He hns been doing a splen- J job in his company and is well Dan Vitamins Restore Color to GRAY HAIR? Demonstration Club News Notes Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club met Monday afternoon at the community kltclien wllh seven members present, including one.new member. Mrs. Herbert Forshea. Tlie meeting opened with group singing, followed by the devotional, noli call was answered with cadi member telliij? what she Is doing for better homes week. Miss Cora Lcc Colemnn, home demonstration ngcnt for the counts- explained the hot lunch project) and a pot luck supper was planned by club members tor their husbands to be held Friday night. Money was collected for the grab box, with funds to go for quilt material for a club quilt. At the April 24 meeting each member will bring a gift for the auction sale. During the social hour the hostesses, Mrs. Ben Ray and Mrs. Tom Hrlttnln served a salnd plate with coffee. Members of the Yaibro Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. C. J. Little with Mrs. C. O. Slmcr as co- hostess. The affair, an all-day meeting «'Kh a |>ol-luck dinner, was given for the purpose of working on a service quilt. Mrs. a. A. Bugg . led in the singing, aiifl ti>e devotional, from tile 21st Psalm, was given by Mrs Ross Moore. Mrs. Lcc Styles spoke on "What the Rural Church' Means to the Community," and Mrs. Little read a poem entitled, "The Thinus That Count." Guests at the afternoon mcetln" were .Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county ho:ne demonstration agent, and Mr. and Mrs. Fi'cenian nob- itixoii. Mr. Rouinsou' made a talk on canning and explained the use of the community kitchens located throughout Mississippi County Seeks Furnishings •».Mr Mrs. George M, I/>c, clinlrmtui of the camp and hospital service of the American lied Cross todny Issued an appeal for furnishings for a day room lor use ol men in training al DAAP. Anyone having a comfortable used tcmiKe chair or couch which they would be willing to contribulc for use of 18-year old youths in training at the field, should call Mrs. Lee at telephone 3353 immcd- Inlely, ns this equipment Is needed at once, Mrs. Lee said today. K«d Courier »eva *»n: »oj> liked b v his, officers and men. William Is a fine young man and seems to be in the best of health. He appears to be'quite happy and enters into his work with enthusiasm and energy. You may be proud of such a son". Corp. Charles Llpford of the Army now is in New Guinea with a hospital corps. Corporal' LJpford is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Lipford 'of Route 3 and has been in service for 22 months. Miss Era Wright has received word of the arrival in England of her brother. Master Sergt, Joe Wright of the photographic division uv ,, , Arm - v Air C( "' ps - Ser seant Wright has been in the Army for 10 years. Mrs. Wright and their J ouug son are making their home in Columbus, Ga.. with her family while her husban d is on foreign which will be free for use of women of the county in doing ihclr Summer canning. Ills, lilacs ami tulips from the colorful gardens of (he Little home decorated the cutcrtalnim; rooms of the house. The next meeting will be held April 25 at (he home of Mrs Spencer Bunch. WARNING OHDKK In the Chancery Court, CI1ICKA- SAWBA DISTRICT, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Lloyd Wyatt, Plaintiff, vs. No. 8584 Mnrgarel Wyatl, Defendant. The defendant, Miu-earcl Wyjill s hereby warned to appear within Ililrly days In (he court named In tilts caption hereof and answer Ihe complaint of the plainUfT, Lloyd Dated this 20 day of March, 1944 HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk Percy A. Wright, Atty. for Pit C. F. Cooper, Atty. ad Lltem. 4|n-24-5|l-8 NOTICE OF SALE. (Arkansas! Notice Is hereby given Hint the undersigned mortgagee in a mortgage executed by Edna Hunt to the United States on the 22 day o f November, 1943 and duly filed iu the office of the Recorder in aiid for Mississippi County, Arkansas; the said Edna.Hunt having waived all rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the Stale of Arkansas; pursuant to the powers granted under (lie terms of the aforementioned mortgage, and by the laws of the State of Arkansas will on the 18 day of April, 1944, between the hours of 0 o'clock in the forenoon and ft o'clock in the afternoon of said date, at Jess Hoggard Farm, 4 miles North of Milllgaii Ridge Gin, in the County of Mississippi, State of Arkansas, offer for side to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property, lo-wit: 1 Iron Gray Horse Mule named Tobc, 1 Iron Gray Horse Mule, named Elic, 1 Moliuc Middle Buster, 1 Molinc Breaking Plow, 1 Avcry 1-row Planter, ] Sliop- madc Harrow, 1 Molinc Walking Cultivator. Assorted Small Tools Witness my hand this the 17 day of April, 1944, .United States of America, By Robert W. Downs, FSA Supervisor. Mr. COTtOH?FARMER: K^- G ^ PLANTING SEED! Pedigreed S N. Hwy. 01 $5 Per lOQppund'bag RED TOP GIN Phone 2M2 KcJi-od ( with gray haired jKopIc, a leading cpinp nvigciiinc. ujmR tlio "ami pray .-ilamin." found &8£ of thoic tcslct] harf mcsucccss. GR/VYV1TA contains the tested tmount of tlm remjrkaMc viLimin I'LUS ISO TnLunilsofBi.CctGIUYVITA nmv. Mdaj ticalmcntSl.50. 100 days' M.OO. Plionc | KIRBt BROS. DKUG STORES PLUMBING and Heating Service JESSE PROVINCE I 121 E. Vine •. Plionc 3719 efoe Furniture Co. E. Main Dial 3221 Wanted! Used furniture. Also yon can trade joar old Furniture In on new. [REFRIGERATION SERVICE llcpairs On All Makes B}' Expert \Vorkmcn. T. F. WARREN Flioiie 3310 CARS In Quality And Low Mileage - FOREMOST With A Guarantee That Counts FOREMOST In Price And Liberal Terms '40 Ford "De-Luxe" Club 5-Pass Coupe Ordinal Maroon Color Like New. Excellent Comliltan •"Ml ApiicHnincc. » Good Tires. '38 Chevrolet "Master DcLuxc" Coach Mcauliful Darh'ttrcen Color. Unusiml J.oW Milcaisc. Wonderful Value I'riccd Right. i"»w.m-. '41 Ford "Super Deluxe" Tudor Sedan Cfourimist Grey Color. Radio and Healer. Onentlcd Only 9000 miles. Runs As New. uj.ir.ucci '41 Chevrolet "Special DeLuxc" Coupe Wa " TirDK ' 1{adio a "d Heater. s and Runs Perfccl. 30. OTHER EXCELLENT MODELS. TRADE-INS ACCEPTED. COME IN NOW. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO Tel. 453 ' Walnut at 5th • PSON IN WASHINGTON The $3,000,000 Question Pointers For Perkier Hats WY I'KTKIt KDSON Courier News Wushliistoii t'orri's|i(ii»li'Mt If you are looking for a quick fiuldc on what's wrong with this country and particularly this government, all you have to do Is gander the list of special investigations Ijeinj; . conducted by congressional committees. It mny lie dull reading, but if you bear in mind that each line is key to n potential bungle or scandal the list becomes fruught with political .slRnltlcance; It sets J'ou back on your heels. Total cost of these coiisresslonal pioblngs for Ihe war years has been over $3.000,000, nt-cordlng (a tabulations hy the Senate financial clerk and the House Committee on Accounts. Got that ngnln. It is costing three million bucks Jusl to try to find, out what's wrong! Investigating costs for the current 78th session is approximately $2 000 000: for the 7711) it was 51.000000 Of the 03 special Investigations now ncmg conducted,'25 arc by standing committees of Ihe Seiw'te, 10 by standing cummUtces of the House 12 by Semite special committees, 10 uy special House ranmlUi'cs THK niSTlWUlNO STATISTICS And here, comrades, Is the list and the cost: Agrk'tilturc-Pour Senate Investigations commodity prices In District of Columbia,, $1000; production, distribution and consumption of foods, $500; nnrnl Electrification Administration. $1500; synthetic al- eoliol ami rubber, $11.500. Three House Investigations: 1'aijm Security Administration, $20000' farm products, $50,000; guayute rubber. $<jOOO. Alcohol—Senate: probe of the beverage Industry. $10,000 Aviation-Senate: airplane disasters, $15,000. House: nir navigation, Civil Service-Senate: opcrniion of civil service laws, $2500. House- civilian employment in government $34.500. Campaign Expenditures of the President, vice president ami senators in 194-t^enate: S'JO.OOO; Communications — Senate: inlor- nntionnl wire and radio, $5000. House: investigation of Federal Communications Commission, $110,- Conscrvatlou and Wildlife—Senate: wild animal Hie, $103,000. House: wildlife resources, SJ500. ^//EXHAUSTION leads .^Headache y /: ^ » :C :<&?* her* Right, Betty I Needless calls to Information tie up tele- photic lines needed nowadays for essc/if/a/calls. Won't all you folks help? Please htk fa the tele- pbtfte book be fore you call Information, SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE CO. Plsli-lct of Coliwibln—Suimtc: die- water system, $5000. E(Iucullon n ml Uilxn— St'iiulo: tmyslcnl illness of (he ch'lllun iiuijii- Intlon. S5000: vlolntli.iis of (lie ilshls of Iiilwr, $201.000 (this Inlter Is (lie old La To) Id 11' raiiiinlttce). Fertonil Oovrrniucul Opcraduns —Sc-nulc: lo oUnln'•fitclunl ilntn $^0.000; iiutlwiily of exeeiilh'i? nr- clers. $5001). lloiisi.-: oi-guiil/nllon ol governiiiont (tciiiirtnioiUii, $100,01)0; nctlvldcs of govcriinicnl i ixij'oml (lieir scoiic, SCO.OOO. HoiisiiiB—House: ilefcmi' pi'OBriini, $10,000. Imllim Allulrs IiivesdRiillons — Semite, 5109,000. House. 416,000. InUnstntc Cumincrro «nd siicli suilf—Sfimtc: supply n m| (lisliilni- tlon of liydi'o-elci'li'lc powc'i 1 . $3000; sliorli\i;c o( ralln-ny of|iil|)me»l, $1500; ccntriillziitlon'of hcnvy tn- diistry, $f,oo«; illslrtlmllim imil use of hiisls west of Iho Miss!,Ml|)|)l, $10.000. Military Alfnirs- Seniile: win- con- Lnicls. $500; niubllliuillnii of tcc'luid- loglciU resources, Sl'2,6uo. House- $I55.0(JO. Niillojia) Defeiwo—.<jcim(c: Tni- mun coniiiiltlee, $'100,000. House; Mc'icliaiit uuirliif iiivestlisiilliin. $77,-' Miislt-Semile: 1'etvlllo billion recordings, $5000. -Naval Affairs—Senate: Iiispcdlon of naval esluWlsliincnls, $1000 Home, SMO.OOO. I'etroleiiiii—ScniUo: rcsoiirres mi(- sUle (lie U. H.. $25,000; BUS mid fuel oil shortages, $22,500. House: $30,000. Post-Wnr ProEnuns—Seimlc: ceo- noinlc imllcy and iilniinlni;, $50,000, House: iwst-u'iir plmmlng, '$iuo 000; inllltni'y (inlicy, J'.!5,000. Piiblte LntKls—Seiiiilc: Admlnis- trnllon uf nutiojinl moiiuiiients, S3000; mineral resources, $8000; ud- mirilslrnllim of public lands, S2r> 000. House: $10,000; Columbia rivei- "nil tj-lbtltiirlcs, $5000. I'nljllt! liotuls—(iennlo:- Ciiiiadlnn- iiiei'lciin lilnliway, ,$'jr>00, I'tit-rlo Klco—Sc'iuite; $X!i,ooo. Utilise; $25,000. Silver—Semite; Klfecls of Silver 1'tli'diaso Act, $10.000. Small Business—Si'iink: $115,000 House; $07,500. Un-Ainerlcnii Activities — Ilousu; Hios eonimlllcR, $-i77,000; iMbvurslvo nettvltles of BOvcmmcni employes $lft.OOO. U lilted Nudons IlclU't mid Keliub- IlitaUun AdinliilKtriUion — House$500. Wool—Henal«: )>v<)dnelion, Iriins- lioi'iiuion and nmrketlni;, $2:1,000. WJmotieof—ficiiHle: for enU'idilu- iiH'iil nI tl]st!n;;ul-Uu'(l visitors, $1000. HIHISO: Joint Connnllleu to iitlenil the I'lirlliiDH'iitiu-y Assot-liitlon of Cuuiula, $1000. New> wuni Wanted! Men and Women Who Are Hard of Hearing l'<i ninVo (lili fini|)lD. no rink liw.rliiR ic,( Ilyii'll iiro lGii>|K>rnrlly drnfrnvd, Iwlticrcii uy rini;liij; Imjzlnj. | lum | naliriiliio ti)lmnl- ciii'il or coniiiiliilrilwux (Mrumen), Iry Ilio vMrluo llomo Mcthml lomllinlno nliiiiy f ni lu>» tiuiUnl llii'in lu Ju.«r ircll j. K ..,I, r . Vo'i must In™ licllcr alter laMtig Iliii B|IM,,|,J A'"I "r )iu .'u i; 'i y ",'i r """"'>' |iw|1 » i "»=». Ask ulHmtOiirlno Knr Unfa Iwlny nt Stewart's mid dnij; stores overv- wlteri!. If You Suffer'PERIODIC' FEMALE With Its Weak, Cranky, Kervous Feelings II nt BUcJi tlnics you. llko so mnnv woiucii niul ulrls culler trom crninn™, )icndni!)i«, iMtkncfic. non-oils Urcii fcclln|.8. are a Ult liliic-cliiQ to (u., c - tloual jnojitJily (Itsturll.inccrj— Stnrt nt onccv-try I,yd!n j.; rir.!,. l.«m'. Vcwinble Compound to rill"Ju to i,\in'' nl M ams ''"'" /c "" 0i!J not only to liclp relieve monthly rnln Dm MEO ?nS? m P",h?" 1B tlrc<1 ' wrak »«voua reel, 8 „'„ ? * """fo^TlitB is bcciiuso of Its toothln 8 ctrcct on oUr. or wmuWa E?? 1 iwroiiiAHT ono«,s. Tnkn, rc E u- any — I'lnxhnm's Oomnoumi ••bcliM biill.1 up rcjlslanco n B nli«ts«S toim, Follow Midwest BCE CREAM Pints 20c; Quarts 40c When You liny Vdiir (IviH'ei-ire— Tiihe llomu n Curl on! CECIL LOWE Grocery & Market Wfl Deliver ,V N. llwy. ci fl!)? ATTENTION SERVSCE MEN: jnx)]ior I'lcast) iflciiliricalion your eonimaiuliiiB officur «'lien buying lindfjca, ribbons ;iml medals. We Imvc complete stocks, For KlIAKt and 'I'KOL'I- CAL shirls and trousers, sec us. HUDSON luitnt!!'— Tai lor— Clothier ATFOUN7AINS EVERYWHERC TJIUEE " Nlnety-cliOil per 5'u'iit of Lists iu-'s huge fnnii crop was moved, at some stngc of the Journey from to miirket by motor truck'. Head Courier Nuws Want Ads. Kvcry typo heel Is repaired ori iiltac'hed hcrc- tlio work In dews' perfectly, i sonably - mid, lf. you wish, whllo you walUCom- plclo Shoo Repair Service here. "I'M WISE, TO THE BIG SIZE..SO IT'S PEPSI FOR ME!" 1-lntcrntJtiortai Tractor 2-Row Planter. 7 Horscdruwn Turning Plows. 2 Horscdrawn Middle Busters, 1 3-disc Tractor Plow. 1 Bush & Bog Disc. Small Johnson Outboard Motor, OhlendorfGinCo. Phone 8-F2 Osccola, Ark. Read Courier News Want Adi, Try our-"OH'n Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory lnn| ' trom 'lllj^K gch»o)' Ktnier CannlnghaiB VULCANIZING Tire & Tube Repair Coilon Belt R.E.- * g, Hwj. n (Forrarrlj with Ehtler Am. PU.) BOBMALONE Plaster, Stncce, W.rk 88Z CLOCKS REPAIRED Klcciric or Stem Wind. Work Guaranteed* A, B. FORD Al l'»t (VlIrTtDVi Jeielry Electrical Repairs & Maintenance IIOUSIJS K.\l'EUTI,Y W1BED J. T. (Charlie) Stalcup t'linnu 2033 or 2598 Save 50%'On TRUSSES • Sled and Elastic STEWART'S Dr of Store Mniii & Lake Phone 2822 Arkansas State Certified D. & P. L. No. 14 SEED $125 Per Ton ALSO D. & P. L. NO. 12 ALFALFA HAY ROSELAND GIN CO. Rosoland, Ark. "SQUAKK l»KAIj" Nn. 101683 .Minnesota Slate Cliiimiilon 19«, Senior Ik.ir Plj All American Champion, 1312, Hcnfor Bo*r T\g 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, Blytheville SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, arc remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your iloral needs. T^FLOWERSHOP. F.T.I). Service ff« oellver Anywhert Ph. 411 Mrs. J. M. (M»c) Wllllami, owner Gltncoe Kit- Mrs. DALTON C. FO\VLSTON, B.A., M.S.M. • ORGANIST and TEACHER ' of '••.•"' -'.'•> PIANO - ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist & Teacha For Appointment • • , • Write Mra. Powlslon HOI Ohlcfcas»wb» ot Phon« 3M* Pcpsi-Cala Company, I,ong Island Citu, iV. >". Franchisee! Bottler":' Pcpsi-Cbtn"ftolilmg'co. of "Ulylhcville DRS. N1ES & NIES OSTEOPATH 1C PHYSICIANS , RECTAL DSSEASES a SPECIALTY {EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Main Blytherille, Ark. Phone 2921

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