The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 4, 1944
Page 5
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THUKSDAY, MAY d, J94i] Seniors To Hear Head 0! College Hardeman Scheduled For Baccalaureate fc - Sermon At Luxora LUXOR A, May 4_ Bacalaureate' ervices «!)] be held here nt (lie li-jh School anclitorium at 11 o'clock Sunday morning, May 14. The Hev. c. Evercttc PiiUon. pastor of tlic Luxora Methodist Clmrch, will give (lie Invocation, and tlic sermon will be delivered by N. B. Hardeman, president of Freccl- 'Hardeman College. Henderson, Tcnn, Graduation exercises will be held Thursday nlslit, May 18, at 8 o'clock, Guest speaker will be Paul Mowers, columnist, for 'J'he Commercial Appeal. Others appealing on the program will be James Brent who will give the salutatory, Frances llvcranl. valedictory 'address, ami 1'ogg.v Harrell, n solo. Mr. Nichols will present medals, and C. I). Wood will present diplomas. The annual Junior-Senior banquet, held here last night at tlic Home Economics building, was the initial event scheduled to mark the closing of (he years school term of the Luxora Consolidated Stliool. Tlic theme 'Starlight" was carried out in the table decorations and program. Toastmaster for tiie event was Roy Owens. Ann McLcn- don, who gave a toast to the seniors, was answered by Frances Liverant, who tousled tiie juniors. Gloria Ashmove gave a saxaphone solo, and Maxine Austin read the class prophecy, R. W. Nichols, principal, was guest speaker and the program was concluded with the singing of Hie school song. Following dinner the group danced at the Scout, Hut. ,vjromorrow night an operetta, '••roily Make-Believe", will be given iii the Victoria school auditorium nt 8 o'clock. Members of tiie cast of Hie two- act play are Barbara Pate, G. C. F.irkcr, Billy Spicer, Cliarles Ilraw- ley. Alma Jean Freeman. Vcrnon Cunningham, Sonny Smith, Edith Clay, Alma Flannagan, Fern Allen, Hunter Aslnnore and Mary Louise Moore. Chorus and dances will be given by grades by pupils from the first grade to the eighth. BLYTnBVILLB'(AUK.)' COU1UKK NEWS EDSON IN WASHINGTON Big Black Market In Textiles even If 100 per cent coniplliinei; could be secured, is not considered the only .step necessary lo slop the Political Announcements Tr;e Courier News Tins been authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Democratic primary In August: STATE REPRKSENTATIVE ALENE WOKD (for re-election, Post No. 2) W..J.,.WUNDERLIOH. Cfor re-election, Post No. 1) J. LEE BEARDEN (for re-clcctlon. Post No. 3) I.UCIEN E. COLEMAN E. C. "GENE" PLEEMAN (Post No. 4) SHERIFF AND COLLECTOB HALE JACKSON (for re-election) '. W. '(BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY TKEASUUKK R. • B.. (SKEET) STOUT MISS DELLA PURTLE COUNTY JUDGE ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) CIRCUIT COURT CLERK HARVEY MORRIS (For re-election) COUNTY CLERK T. W. POTTER (for re-election) COUNTY ASSESSOR OSCAR ALEXANDER 's Day Sunday, May 14th Send her your PHOTOGRAPH! A gift she'll treasure O'Steen's Studio 105 W. Main Midwest ICE CREAM Pints 20c; Quarts 40c When You JJuy Your Groceries—Take Home a Carton! * CECIL LOWE Grocery 8t Market We Deliver Park * N. Uwy. 61 Phone 597 Have Kan & Refrigerator Motors Cleaned For Summer. New Location 116 N 1st J. j T.c (Charlie) Stalcup j Phone 2993 or 2598 New Tire i Rule Will Help Little Release of new tiivs to motorists with 1) mid c giisollne ration books by the Ofl'lci! of Price Administration will moan Hide, If uny, chiingc in I lie tire situation in Arkansas, the district OI'A oliice has announced. Jt wus explained that monthly tire stabilization of the cost of living. ' N<) I>LANKI:T" INimrr.MKxV " I iaki> euro of eligible appllciml's even Exlenl of lh e black market op-1 Many of the practices of the black before the eligibility icmilreinonls orations Is impossible to determine! market arc not illegal nor outside were litemllzed " The miolti of now accurately, but some leaders in the "'»«•••"•<""••--••••• -•-• - • Industry admit openly (hat viola? tlons are substantial and that there arc few houses which arc BY 1'KTEK Courier News Washington ('oirwpondCJil Black market operutlons hi textiles and clothing, Infecting every branch of the Industries, ar c today giving: OI'A one of Its greatest, enforcement problems, and are providing oiie of the worst threats to apparel black market, mid related Industries are textile These admittedly under extreme pressures due lo war production requirements, restrictions on civilian production nnd higher one-rating costs. Gomeil News Mrs. li. 1,. 'Maxwell was elected president of l)w newly or B anlml CIWH-K Society of Christian •nice of (he uosnell Methodist ''"it'll, «t u nieelhn! held yesli-r- compllance lo existing Bliick market opera- lions arc not confined to bootleg .sales, as In gasoline, but lake In false yardage figures on invoices, payment of cash premiums on the i side, dealing through dummy [ wholesalers, discontinuance of less expensive finishes on gray goods the provisions of the existing rogu- Cirnde 1 passenger tires for Arkan- n ?' 1S ;-i M ', Ve ;ltl ''"I"'' 85 ' 01 ' llli 'l «'» itiiflHB Mny will be M.wr,, or nil ....... increase of 4,000 above April's quoin, es mid cits libutors me crooks and :», OI'A spokesman snld. that the whole industry needs Indictment, would be complelel.v false. The War Production Hoard'Is now studying revision- of Us directives production anil clothing 'e, anci thk Is regarded as necessary by the Industry. Another source of worry to the manufacturers is the Vinson profit-llm- "Thls still means that only the most essential driving will make 11 motorist eligible for new Cirndo 1 (ires, since at Hie end of April we had ut least 5,1100 applications for Grade I tire ccrlilicntcs on llle with the stale's HO local boards," he said. "There are 200,01)0 passenger nu- tmnobik's in Arkansas, many of all price increase. 1 ; resullin; from these practices arc ultimately passed on to ami paid for by Die consumer. KII't.K DAMAGE I'KN'AI/UKS Within the next few months, tiic enforcement division of OI'A hopes that it will be iwssiblc lo break lip these practices by the institution of SAWBA DISTRICT, number of criminal actions lo re- County, Arkansas cover triple damages, as provided Aaron Lee Alexander Plaintiff, for in tiie present price control law I vs. No 8500 ' and regulations, as well as through! Francis Alexander Defendant settlements out of court. ' At the beginning of the year, the textile and apparel sections of clothing is not not even being supplies us there are .-- m. Grade III used tires and is ,i u . <>n S1 ,] t . i,| m .,n v counties, nnd consWercd. Such , hon . m 1K , ( , U ota'restrictions on liihvever, will •be ilho I, ' ' H m> I"" ""' ««'»'«r«f Grade III cmincatcs h k , rn-km n ' M ' 1CS ""'f wllk '" '"«>' '"•• I s "'" 1 - 1! »t i»osl broken "I"-''''"'"'* can bo, lMwril wlll lmvt , ,„ (1 m( m ,„,,,,. WAKX1XG OHDiill Injhc Chancery Court, CHICKA- Mississlppi The defendant, Francis Alexander, is hereby warned lo apnoar checks Percy A. Wright, Ally, for PHI. C. P. Cooper, Atty. ad Utctn. - ' 4jl3-20-27-o!4 „„,, , -..--- - - | within thirty days in the court nam- OPAs enforcement division did in the caption hereof and •>» have enough personnel to tackle swcr the complaint of the phin'ilf this problem. Today it lias some Aaron Lee Alexander ' ' Investigators making spot] Dated this 10 day of April 1041 , the nidustry centers in HAHVEV MORRIS cie-k New York, Chicago. St. Louis and - - " ' the West Coast. Much of the activity is in New York. To date, about a dozen Ms triple damage actions have been filed by OPA attorneys—one in St. Paul. Minn., two in New York, five in Chicago and four in SI. Louis. From now on. it is expected that a number of new actions will be filed each week. - On the West Coast, most of the cases have been settled out of court, with the recovery by the government of damages from $5000 ( 0 550.000. Settlements out of court in the east linve included two cases for $35.000 and $50,000 in Baltimore one' for $40.000 In Men- York and one for $24,000 in Philadelphia. The treble -.damages recovered are, in each case, three times the amount of over-charge. MONUMENTAL TASK Tile size of the job of checking the industry is almost beyond comprehension. There arc some 0000 women's clothing manufacturers nlone. When textile mills, converters, makers, of . accessories manufacturers will run to 20,000. the number of wholesalers and retailers to perhaps 120,000. Enforcement of existing orders, I present tires to eiirrv them another sis months or a year." Extra FLAVOR •no extra points ^ BACON sum MEMPHIS'PACKING CO.' LOOK DADrHOMERUKI HOPPER IS UP AT THE BAT! OH BOV,WHATASOCKf= fT'S A HOMERUN; BOY, IS THAT GUY IN GREAT FORM .' I'LL BET HE TAKES GOOD CARE OF HIS HEALTH = This Weekend's Specials ENRICHED with VITAMIN B-l FRESH CQCOAHUT CAKES Our Anniversary Treat! 59$ FRENCH BREAD Baked Fresh Every Day! Hart's Bakery niylhevillc Owned—Employing BIythcvllle People " • "r"i' day iiflcnioon. Klcdi'd (u serve with her wi-ri! Mrs. Oracle Jli-vlll. vice president, Mrs, M. K. Cook, .sccivtury, Mrs. I-w Mill, lieasinvi; Mrs. II. 0. Hydo, reporter, and Mr.s. Dt'.sKk' lirlmi's, cori'e.' secivliuy. The S'.i'onp planned to meet ncxl Wednesday nlghl to begin their reuular proiu'iim of work. Any wmiinn In the community who wbhcs to piuliclpatc In this work Is invited u > join the orgiui- l/iillon, Mis. Maxwely announced,. J'opcorn once formed an entire meal nt Colonial' luncheons, >:) EXSANA jjoofmne HEOicMiD POV!D™ Select Your Own Fruits and Vegetables From The Finest V Happy Hour Pure, 8 Lb. Carton 1.35 55 Pound Carton Last week, at this price Peck,45c, Sack . $?« Giant Size,18-oz. 2 for 8 Lbs. $7:65 4 Lbs. 7 Lb. Pkg. COFFEE UDG£ 32$ OLD JUDGE 1 MILK PAGE BRAND 2 ™- 15$ — Shopping's A Pleasure The VICTORY WAGON Way JUST CALL 814—or come in and make your own ^elections -— we'll deliver your .food right ro your door! NO EXTRA CHARGE for this service. 70 Lbs. 25c SUGAR PURE CANE I 5 Pounds 34c ...- 68c Krispy Premium, Princess •% '^* " 2Lhs - 3o<E MATCHES 25<z One Gallon Pure, Strained 5 Pound, REX Glass Jar . Faultless 2 Pound 4-oz.Box Sterilizer Bleach Bottle . . . STEW BEEF, VEAL or LAMB Lh. 25 C PORK CHOPS LB. BEEF LIVER LB. 30 C VEAL ROASTS LB. 25 C *•«/ up CURED HOCKS LB. 23 C BACON /N P/ECE Ib. 32 C YOURBUCKET PURE LARD LB. PURE GROUND BEEF WEINER o, FRANKS ^ 33 C OLEO VEGACO or ALL SWEET LB. 25 C HAMS LB. 33 C PORK BRAINS LB. 25 C 113 E. Main H APPY «OUR QRQCEPY * JL JLMARKET 814

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