The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1944 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 3, 1944
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 19<M G - »• Edwds, chrolling officer, - S. Maruimc Service In St. Louis, in .111 Interview today Uiat between 2ti nnd 50 arc 's, would not have been adc- , nccllslrlbulloii Sln- (tie number of niairliiKes peilonn iii ouv. UIIUVL me MUI can or snouia oo "'K ly^va, woino not nave been adc- I). settled by collective bargninlng. This Quale to deal with depression de>i* nilp^Mnn jc Mmnlv .Holil »/i,,r ..^ ti.n mnmlc nn.l en rii.. n .... nA . i , . ,. . on No. 2 In Miami Henri), and Is - ecl line before all of tho niljolnlnu qucsllon is timely right now us the mantis nnd so disappeared, to IK signed to Ihe station's permanent Uuhlcjilnist; up on received his M.A. at 1 ""'" .11, , ,., .. . .. I'lCKl. th Baylor Unlvcralty, and his Masler All of these developments emphn Moody, Ella Mac Dixon, Donna Hose Slni- Imons, Marjorie Nell Koehler. Sadie IIYances Goff, Betty Lou Harris. I Annette Whistle, Mary Frances I Crawford, Delores Mosley, Ann Mc- IDerinotl, Jeanette Harris, Charlie IRtilh Blankenship, charlcne Arm- Istrong and Vcrncll O'Neal. I f*la Mac Dixon, winner of a |practicc contest conducted by Miss I Jones for her pupils, will b c award- Icd a musical mccial at the close of I the program. \Littleton Rites Held JONERBOHO, Ark., May 3—w |R. Littleton. 75, planter, died Pri- • day nt Osccola following a stroke |of paralysis. He was a brother of • BtfOHH WASHINGTON U. S. Mar/time Service Seeks D --7—1 — Men For Ships Bar 9« mm 9 Stops Where? V liv l>i."rt.'ir s.'i\u/iv iilmic Mn.~.. ii._ BLYTHEVILLE (A1!K.) COUHJEK NEWS BY I'KTKK KDSON Courier News Washington Correspondent *,u, ii;a^iujiiit.lll i-bu main LIILLI, IL Was [\(101J No one argues against the prin- national policy, nnd (lie clples of labor unions and collective "' " ' "' forces, guaranteed niinlmuin weekly "•- u. .m..™.- UUVVIUIJHUHHS i-mpim- Wiit-e, vacation wllli pay, sick leave, size 'he importance of tills question severance pay, higher pay for after- of wlinl constitutes the field of col- noon niKl night shifts, time and n >""''»"> Jtiv»-,i,.i..,. half for work on six holidays, removal of geographical wage differentials, equal pay rules Tor crnml work, job reclassillcation, clieck-oIT of union dues, common labor pay for learners ami the institution of a group Insurance plan to give every employe 51600 minimum coverage, phis disability Insurance nnd hos- pftnUzalton. It Is an Imposing list. In arguing against some of these demands, steel company representatives may well say in effect: "Wail a minute. What is this? Arc we negotiating over wages and working conditions or are we considering u social security program? What's going lo to the iwlicy of the country and of government on some of these tilings? Will there be increased social security as n matter of national policy or arc these things to be left to private employers? If the latter, how arc the weaker companies lo institute these reforms on the same scale as the stronger? And If tile government is lo broaden its social security coverage and benefits, why are we talking itboul them here? Is this not more of a subject for legislation than for negotiation between labor and management?" AND HOW ABOUT THESK DEMANDS— Specific demands which might be classified ns subjects for nalional policy determination and outside the scope of collective bargaining might thus include: 1. The proposal for creation of a trust, [uml for the armed forces. 2. The demand for guaranteed work week and minimum weekly Icctlve . This docs not ulloniut lo be any kind of answer. H merely states the ease. Where do you i;o from here? Does the government take over more of these problems or Is the hoi-potato of responsibility to tx> hunded back to piivnle Industry? willi in -W7-"*-*'-'-"! "ensign t<j atiu ou arc *-M"--J wi niuui umuus ami eonect. . . ... „ Jiiost urgently needed to be train- bargaining any more, but there Is Ploynient Insurance phins. con'sUler- froni Army' | jg^anj." 1 ',,* 16 " 1111111 Mnrlnc ' SaU1 sti11 ll I" 05 , 1 , 1011 Ol whether every Is- ed by^a few companies in Ihe boom- Jtou^Stnllan , carry small nmounts of war supplies In a short period of time, the real bulk of Die job lias to be done by slut), in addition to the contln- Jietl delivering of ammunition for fhc air blitz am i keeping Ihe boys p" all fronts now established go- I lug, we arc going to have to get {lie materials neross lo Ihe Invasion a ni ,i eSi Each nnd cv so ,_ tiler upon landing on foreign soil fieeds from 5 lo 12 tons of siilp- lung immediately and, iu order to Keep going, must )lare an ad<i: _ (lonal ion of shipping every two weeks. Keep in mind the number 1 01 men already overseas and Uien I jiou- many more there will bc when I Ihe job is miner way, then you'll PC able lo undcrstiind why we hnve I the lnrges( quoins we have had in I months. When the War Shipping 1 Administration announced two weeks ago (hut we need 10,000 men I Immediately, they were not over- I estimating the sllualion an iota." I; Edwards concluded by stating lhat the opportunities for volun- j leers lo advance themselves in the I .Merchant Marine arc very good. Piano Students I-To Give Recital I At Del I Thursday , Miss Minnl c LCC Jones will pre- I sent her piano pupils from Dell In I n recital to be given Thursday § ht, 8:30 o'clock, at the Dell high ool auditorium. Assisting on the wolfram will be Miss Josephine Slublcy, vocalist. Miss Earlene Sullivan, clai-inclisl, and Miss -Cliris- I tine Hnmplirey, lap dancer. The program of piano duels, trios and solos, will be presented by the I following pupils: Vircna pay. 3. The demand with pay. for sick leave Tlic demand for dismissal pay. 5. The entire proposal for establishment of an insurance plan with hospilalization and disability benefits. The entire subject of veterans' benefits is now before Congress and will bc determined on a national basis of equal bonus or pension for emial service and sacrifice. All the others are topics which are under study by Congress as part DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission (,'5e Itiel. Tax for workmen's compens , ployment insurance, and old retirement benefits. TENSIONS NOW A NATIONAL 1'OLICV— Before the depression and even before World War I, many of the st-ranger private employers had made starts nt settiuu up pension NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail at N. Highway 61, Blythe- villc, Mississippi County. The. undersigned stales that he Is a cilizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or oilier crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned lias been revoked within Five years last past; and that the un- of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors.' Twin Gables Norman Bunch. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25 day of April, 1044. S. P. Norris, (Seal) • Notary Public. My Commission Expires Sept. 8, 10-10. 4!2C-5i3 plans. When the whole country recognized the need for such old e insurance, it was adopted as a ml policy, and Ilic private disappeared, Private unem- Chaplain Tull Assigned To Miami Beach MIAMI HEACII, Fla, Miiy 3 Chaplain (Caplaln) James K. Tull of liurdelte, Ark., WHS transferred Barboro Wins Decision In Federal Court Federal Jud^e •riiomns C. Trimble held In Federal Court April 2, r > that the A. S. Uarboro Company, Inc., was not guilty of negligence in connection with an ncddenl near (he Ramey store al New Liberty on June H, 1941, it was here learned today. Five Missouri people were Injured lu the collision of a Delta Implement Company truck and a passenger car. The c.isc was taken lo Federal Court by the Bnruoro firm after Ihe Slate Simreme Court hud reversed the decision of the Mississippi County Circuit court which awarded the Mlssourians, W. M. Holland, \v, A. Cox and Mrs. Pearl James and her two minor daughters, a total of $16,000 hi damages. Damages were paid the Missouri people by the implement concern's insurance company, the Maryland Casually Company, which in turn sued Barboro for their contribution to the $10,000 judgment, Barboro and Company was represented by W. Leon Smith. Attorney for the Maryland Casualty Company were Reid and Evrard.' Political Announcements Tlve Courier News Has been »u- thorlzed to announce the following candidacies, subject to tho Democratic primary In August: STATE REPRESENTATIVE ALENE WORD (for re-election, Post No. 2) W. J. WUNDERLICH (for re-election, Post No. 1) J. LEE BEARDEN (for re-election, Post No. 3) LDC1EN E. COLEMAN E. C. "GENE" PLBBMAN (Post No. 4) SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR HALE JACKSON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY TREASURER R. B. (SKEET) STOUT MISS DEL-LA PURTLE COUNTY JUDGE ROLAND GHEEN (for re-election) CIRCUIT COURT CLERK HARVEY MORRIS (For re-election) COUNTY CLERK T. W. POTTER (for re-election) COUNTY ASSESSOR OSCAK ALEXANDER MEXSANA SOOTHING WEDICATED POWDER Soothes and prolecli boby'i fender irritated skin. Sprfnkte on freely afler every change. 0. P. A. Release of {No Shoe Stamp Required!) Over 300 pair ol children's shoes included in this selli ng - Brokcn lots and sizes (many arc of pre-war construction) Values to $2.45 60 per pair 1 and up to I All Sizes—But Not [n Every Style I Rosenthal, Inc. Main at Railroad Phone 2662 , ....... „ ,,., n 1111311:1 i i;vi from Army Ai r Forces Redlslrlbn- ,,„.. „ No j m At ,. U)|lc CJ|J1| P.AGB Couples Flock Here fo Marry; County Issues 1100 Licenses With more limn 1100 mm-rlngi: licenses Issui'tl In Mississippi County during the flrsl four months of Hits year, Hlythcville bids fair lo become a On-lnu Circcn us well us a popnlnr resort for 90-ilay divorce seekers. Hume come back after their wod- illngs -for divorces, lleporti'is limk- Int; over divorce records f:<Hnc>tlni<> n'ciill n nniiie vii'KUcly n.'iin>iMlviv<l and n flu'ck n-voiiis llify wi'n> |iiiiinlp(l licK'-somcl lines a fi-w "'ohths before or perhaps longer. In Ihe im-nnlline, mlnistcis mid Jiihllt'i's of Hie peaew lire keiil busy perfiirinliig ceremonies on an a|- mnst 21-hour sclii'dnli-. plelcd, MIR ticiunnii will spend a pi'ilod of leave at home. Corn, I,. I.mujloy, son of Mr. unil Mrs. 1. J. Uiuijluy ol Kl. ', iilj'llicvllle, hus been assailed ) (lit! chemical wnrfaro section al i« tasle jiltot school nt Newport, ,--- . ..i:iiuui ill, iNewiJOrt, ' **'wj' viiinu Ark. Corporal haimley aticiKlcU; Iw ' cl an, service, untie achool mid was cm|)l«ycd*^i.._^___ '"~— ' i ,;,.£ m ' ) ., m ' iiiiic ! 11 ""-:':' i ™ rt ' RHEUMATIC PAIN nl Southern Hnullsl cvoly NtllU ' ln llu> Unl "" "'"I Is Ihe son of Mrs J WnsIll| HUon. D. C., In Its "homes" Seminary, lie Is Ihe son of Mrs J. '. Tull of WliiMoii-Salrm, N C His wife. Mrs, Virninln T. Tull Is Chnpliiln -lull W ns on (]] 0 h| c ii sens bound for Manila when Ihe Japs al tacked Pearl Harbor. Ills transport evade,) Japanese warships ami readied Australia, chaplain lull was then transferred to Ihe 2-tvd Fighter Group nnd sent lo India and laler lo China f\>r nine months lie was Hie only Cluip- laln in llmt thealer, and he made n 1200-mile circuit by pl,me, covering any area when- American troops were stationed. He experienced one forced landing nnd went "• 10 enemy bombing raids.' Redistribution station No. 2 Chaplain Tull hopes lo meet lulure returnees with whom he shared the h,i™rds of war In Ihe orient. Tbeim- of the Redixtrllm- lion program is (lie designation of each man lo duly for which he Is bcst " Uctl - Returnees live mulct- ing devoted lo rest and recreation Whisp Resident Dies man, with parents' consent, and 18 and 21 years respectively, without consent of paienus. prospective brides nnd bilde- i grooms. The Ark ii lisas law Is Hi years of age for Ihe bride and in 'for the Men in Service Jiie Kvaiis, ehlef storckcriier in tins Nuvy, who 1ms Ijocn .sliili<inc<) «l Ciimp (Vary, Wllllamslnirg, Va.. lias lici'ii liiin.MVrrcd lo (lie Al«ier.s Nnvid llaso al New Orleans. IH't. Kmlorii Fan-Is of Ihe Air WAO, wlui lia.'i been si intoned ul ]Ki'.v,noui' Tliniiipson Klelil, lint; been liansfcued lo ., Nl , ' 1>lviltt ' l '" n ' l!i ls wllh Louts. Seek Air Taxi Permit LITTLE ROCK, May 3 (UP)-A North Little Rock transportation firm wants permission lo operalc an air taxi. The company Ims askcc the State Corporation Commission's approval of its plan to operalc taxis with helicopters or some other type of small aircraft lliro» B ho»t the stale. The sponsors say their pro- nosed service would offer n substantial saving of lime to travelers. Amazing Way for u RUN-DOWN"peop!e to get Nsw VITALITY..PEP! --Promote fheflowof 1 vital digestive juices in »he stomach w_tnerj'ue your body with 2 RICH, RED BLOOD! 'PIIESE two important steps may •»• help yon to overcome Hie discom- lorts or cinbarrassnicnt ol sour stomach jerky nerves, loss ol appetite, underweight, digestive complaints weakness, poor complexion! -rAi"??™ k vh ?., l! "I 1 """"!! on only a <0 lo 15',t healthy bloort volume or n slamnch digestive cn|iSctty or only 50 l ° m ' c , "t"~mal Is severely himdlcnnnccl . enjoy that sense ol wcll-belin; which denotes physical fltncss . . . mental nlcrt- nc^sl i If yon nrc .inbjcct lo poor tiler 111011 or suspect, dcnclrnt red-blootl BS tile cause of your trouble, yet have no organic complication or tocnt Infection SS5 Tonic may bc Hist what you nccrt us It - up BLOOD Build Sturdy Hcjllh ond Help America Win ??iVi in . n 1 3 °', K| ""»»»i"li "t users have cstlflcd to the bciicfits ESS Tonic bus ouRlil to Ihcm nml Eclcntlno research shows that It gets results thnfs wliy ia manyEny"SSSTonle builds sUmly health -maki-s you lea like yourself ngaln." At drug stores In 10andJOoz.sl7cs^jjS SCo wmc helps build STURDY HEALTH motor pool division. A Iwln lirolh- er, Kuilean l-'arrls Is with the Navy now stiidimi'd nt San Uli'iio, C'ullf., (mother brother, Corp. lli\s- In service with th sel Karris, i of those ii(>|>l.vii))! for l|- lire youiij;er Ibis yeiir than I ' ' "" """ "" in (In; ]KI.S|, mui (In; iniiulier ,,f Ul ' ul ••"""''ry In Hilly, lie ha., been Idvi'i-scus Tor tlie 1-1 nujiillis Tlicij- ii.'irt-iil.s mui Mr, IIIK| Airs J. 1 I 1 .', rurrls, Ocne Iliu'lli-tt, former clilor <ll ri'i'tor ami edilnillonal rllrcclnr , lunmas mui pupas who don't min ' iimiBlilcr nmrrvini; Is not small. Hut even with tin 1 Inw as Ins us In this stale. fr«|iiciitly [icoiile apply who arc muter the It'iinl nai' n ml iniirrhiKu licenses lire dcnle'il, accoiillnj! to -Miss Kll/.abeth lllyilie, ilepuly county court clerk In chunje of the Hlyllicvllli- office, who bils Issued li;tU since Jiui. 1. and 'r. w. Kirsl Dapllsl Oluirch in Dlythevllli who left lii-ie In Kepteiuln'r, l!n;i, lo aciTpl u similar iiosltlon with the Spilnndnle BaplLsl Church In Tiilsa, oklii.. will I'liler the Nuvy a .licnilquortcrj company, in-tho Army for tho past 18 months;.'Pri- 1'iie Grnliam formerly was'stallon- cd at Cimi]) Koncst, Tcnn. Mrs. OrahnH) Is umklni; her home here » A, 1Cr I> are " ts . Mr- and Mr& E. II. Alley while her husband ls : In BCTvlce. lie Is married, SENSATIONAL 1'vl. Hlicriuiin K. Clark, son of Cl. Is wU PAIUCiOULD. Ark., MnyS-riin- eral service.'! of MLss Nora Thom- nsoii, SO, who died Saturday morn- lug at her home at wiilsp, south of Leachville. were conducted Smida v morning at the Fall-view Baptist Church ni. Wlilsp and bnrhf was in Brown's Chapel Cemetery. She was born in Greene County and had lived at Whlsp for tho past 18 years. She Jen VPS three sisters. Mrs. W. w. Ncivsom and Mrs Lee Slojie of Leachville, aw Mrs. w. A. Pace of Paragould, and 11 brother, John Tlionmson of St known, 1'oller nf Ostwln, Ihe i-| ( -i);. IVIKI.W .'>V. Clark of K(. 3, Hlylhevllte Ims' office Ims Issued 45-1 license* up won the iliihl lo weiir the winps 10 ™<l«.v. mui bnois of the U. a. Army I'aru'- lioopers. Hi- lias complclcd four weeks of jump (ruining at Fort Ht'linlin!. On, Ktielld A. Matthews, husband of Mrs. Mnble Miilllu-w.s of li'O Kiist Vine, Is receiving his inillal nuvnl indoclrliialloii nl (|]<> u, ,y. Nuvnl Trnlnlni: Ceiiler, CiVeul Uikos, 111 i 'We rcmcmbiMcd nlwut (ho nilloii come here lo be nmrrlcil." ,,^ hnve hciirtl It was In Hie centey of Hie cotton country and would be (tin to net tliere," nrc somo of llio w ir| rm!i . oils islvi-ii for cninlnit lo Ibis cx- trauc Doiilicnsl cornoi- of Hie PERFECT FOR DYED OR BLEACHED HAIR .,cc,iai Kuil MIIVO mil "lake" . . . and Itt your swirl. ICKJ! Eacl, CI, a ,,n-Karl Kit Contain! Perm.™.. VV.ivo Solulfoii, Curlers, Shampoo, End TItsucs, W.lvc Sot and Complete llfuilrnlcd )nstruc)/onj Now. Rlyc yourself a cool, imichlaclcsa Lli:iiin-luiil permanent w.ive In complete oKiifoft at home. It's ta ,y nai \ Ba f 0 w |i|, Lliiiini-Kurl. Krii<iit<! no litai, clcclricily, or (iri'vioiis hair waving cxiicritncc The rosult win IK. i»3itlvoly tbrilliiw, wid jonK- bsUiif;, lio. DO IT YOURSELF-flt Home In 3 Ki.irt id/,1 Ui.inii.Kml E !«! you lalutnl l<«'hiii« aiili :intl w;iv.« \vhiclx arc soft and c.iay to inan:ij;(>. Tiy Cluirin-Kud tocl.iy— Hie tcslilt » l:u:iiiiuu-«l In |I|(MM you n> ivcll 01 nny M.CO t'1'ijriiionul t>iHn<intni or your money (jack on K'UK-til. , SAFE for Every Type of Hair i:<inl:iliu iii) hvjnful cliaiikals or nmqionb. ]<t- <l<"U"i no iiMdiliimir ilryen.dnlrnlile for l» 8 Should Use Charm-Kurl , , . 1'iiilni; IJils period of (rnfntni; he I will nmii'iuo 11 series of uplllmle tesi.s in dclcrinliiLi whcllu-r hi- will [» u Niivnl slate. . Sclioiil en 1 In ininii'dhilc Kprvlcu duty ill sen. Ills recruit (rnlnlnj; (•inn 1. HO HARMFUL CHEMICALS 5 >. FOR WOMEN AND CIIILORCH e. NO HEAT'-iiS EtECTR^ITY ' 7. NO MACHINES Oli DRYEIIS REQUIHED ». WAVES DYED HAIR AS mVHirirULLY AS NATURAL HAIR KIKIiY 1)fWCl STORKS Miiln nl IHvlslttii _ nialu ;il Itroadway - Main al Sccoml ORDERSi HDD lOc FOR POSTAC:, KTC, •-——^ Nobody pays more for their tobacco— "The ClifsttTlic-ltl liuycrs know vvhnt Ilicy n'tinl anil liny it. Il's jusl us lim.- ci^nrcllc (ohiicci) us tlicre is ftrnwn anil n'oliiuly pays nuiix- fur their tnhuccu lluui Clicsterlielil." ,-^ ,-. /^^/r Totocco Farmer, Mullini, S. C, 5 KEY WORDS TO MORE SMOKING PLEASURE NATURE AND SCIKNGH unite .in making Clicsterficlds a better cigarette. Nature, with the farmers' help, grows the WORLD'S BliST TOBACCOS. Science then takes a hand and blends them together in Chesterfield's RIGHT COMBINATION to give you the cigarette that's Milder -that Tastes Better. m ; ANOTHER!

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