The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 9, 1944
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TUESDAY, MAY •), 19.],] Office Opened For Fulbright Stage Being Set For Opening Of Campaign Later This Month iP» H.V JIM DOWNING IJnilcd Press Shift Coi'rcspoiiilciil LITTLE HOCK. May 9 <U!>> — As Rep. j. William PulbriRlH returned lo Washington from Ills education commission jamit to England, his campaign.workers back home in Arkansas were quietly selling tile stage for opening of. activity .sometime Iliis month. J. K. "Pal" Garner, Fort Smith radio limn, acting as advance "agent for Fulbrlgiu, opened a temporary office on Markham street here and went off to Northeast Arkansas where Fulbrighl has been reported picking up some strength in recent weeks. . Gainer said (lie congressman probably would come to Arkansas in ft couple of weeks to gel thp ball rolling. No campaign manager barf been nnnouiiccd at mid-week. There appeared (o IK.' considenililc' iloubL that former Gov. Carl E. Bailey would actively manage Hie FiilbriglH continued to make 1 headlines during his London trip., for which Arkansas partisans were: gleefully clapping bands. Odds were being offered in some quartets Ihis week Dint Sen. HaUie) W. Caraway and Fiilhriyht would face efieli other In the runoff for. (he scnale seat. Tlie bettors had I Col. T. If. Bailon of El Dorado running third and Gov. Homer M. Adkins fourth. But there were no publicly-announced takers, most wise-money men asserting (hat it was far too early in (he campaign to risk folding money on gucssses. Moreover, Governor Atlkins was doing little if any active caiiipaign- (fe. He went lo Kansas City and T-!ilsa ihis WC ek and activity in his behalf was being carried on almost cnlirely b v a few friends and ap- . pointees. At least .one department head was out soliciting campaign funds from business interests which have benefited under Adkins ad- BLYTllEVlLLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS "Rhythmic Pick-Up (VSAAF iiliolo from A't'/l) The striking photograph above shows natives of Nigeria, Africa. Retting mlo (he swing of Iheir ' wrjfk as, chanting .1 rliylhmic Nile river boat song, they help build a base for the Air Transport " .-Command.. USAAK. , WE FILL AU., nocTons 1 PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONEY S T E W A R T' S Druj Stor e M«lo A Luke Phone Z8M Adkins adherents in the stale- house said the -governor had licen approached on the question of taking up campaign funds from slale employees — i. c. "pulling on the Ing"—and were turned down cold with the flat assertion lhat he would have none of it. Officials of one deportment who tried to pay his filing fee were given an unequivocal "nc." Most candidates appeared to be shopping for campaign managers this week, although no new ones had been announced up to Friday. Principally in the market were Ben Laney. Bryan Sims and Will Steel, all gubernatorial candidates., and all of the senatorial hopefuls. | Sims' effort to get a western Ar- ] kansas administration opponent as Ms campaign manager failed lo jell, intimates.said. Neither Laney. nor Slcel had any announcements along thai line, pave Terry, however, was taking his manager, Col. H. L. McAlister of Conn-ay, on some of bis field trips. Most observers here expected Dr. J. S. Rushing ot El Dorado to handle his own campaign. Lieutenant Governor J. L. Bex Shaver was standing in a hotel lobby the other night, searching vainly through liis pockets for a match. A friend approached and thoughtfully tendered a book of matches. ly at the legend "LEE UAKBIl TOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR" on tlie back, Ihankt-d liLs benefactor for Ihe light, am! strolled off He took the matches with him. Sen. John L. McClcllan came to Arkansas Wednesday to attend Ihe Army-Navy "E" award ccrcmoiu- at Owirk ordnance Plant ul El Dorado Friday, lie was expected to talk briefly with Ben Laney in Camden before returning to Washington. Laney supporters will not say whether .they expect an open endorsement for iheir candidate from McClcllan — although Laney was McClcllan's financial manager during his campaign in 1942. : signed has never bee,, convicted of JUST RECEIVED! / 2 Carloads of 6 Foot CLIPPER COMBINES On Rubber — With Motor RED TOP GIN or Write Vox. 7!)!) N O T I C K Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will within the lime fixed by law apply t 0 n lc Commissioner of Revenues of the Slule of Arkansas for a permit (n sell beer nl retail at 182 W. Ash St., Blytlie- ville, Mississippi County. The undersigned slates that he is a citizen ot Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; (hat no license lo sell beer by the undersigned lii.s been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relating to tlie sale of alcoholic liquors. Tom Xenos. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 0 day of May, 104.1. • Eunice BroEdon <Scal> Notary Public. My commission expires l-l<i-'47_ N O T 1 C E Notice is hereby given lhat mo undersigned will within the time- fixed by law apply :to!.the Commissioner of Revenues of the Stale of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail at 400 West Ash, Illythc- villc, Mississippi County. The. undersigned slates that he is n citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, lhat he has never teen convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked wiltiin five , sale signcn nas never bee,, convicte violating Ihe laws of tills stall any oilier stale, relating (o Ihe of alcoholic liquors. v N. S. Rossle. Subscrllx'd and sworn lo before me Ihls 8 duy of May. 104.1.'ai 1 Alexander (Seal) Notary Vnbltc. My commission expires 3-l-t r lfl4S. N O T 1 0 K Notice is hereby given "that the undersigned will within ;the ;' time fixed by law apply lo the Commissioner nf Revenues of the Slate of Arkansas for a permit lo sell uecr at retail at 813 South 1st SI., Illy the- villc, Mississippi County. • The undersigned slates llml he Is a cilizcn of Arkansas, of good moral character, thai he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; thai no license lo sell beer liy the undersigned bus teen revoked within five years last j«isl; nnd that Ihe undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of (Ills stale, or any oilier state, relating lo the sale of alcoholic liquors. Polly Merrcll Subscribed and sworn lo before me this S day of May, 1044. Oscar Alexander (Seal) - Notary Public, My commission expires 3-14-1945 "6 DAYS«WEEK WE 'CLOCK IN' AT IHE PLANE PUNT ON TIME.., 011k.. V'Sure glad I've ot a FORD!" M." WIUIAM W. HARRISON Aircraft I'tatit (; m ifi Siiptmtor Iltirlant, California Millions of Font owners are enjoying just such gratifymir nir performance as this. It has come to he expected of Kuril cars. Re-liability ami economy have always been outstanding l-'onl characterises. And with efficient I'ord Protective Service available everywhere, it is small wonder you so often hear people say..."I'm sure glad I've not a I'ord!" "MV 1936 FORD CARRIES 5 OF US TO WORK ami his never I'.iik-d me. And though It's n case of lichling Inffic nl! the w,iy, } still get go<*3 mileage. The finish is fine, .mil the i.ylc smarter ffocm mart) 1 n ne«-er car.' 1 •WWIFEmPSAT THE4TH FIGHTER COMMAND USD days » week, r'nl'mg (o uork witli me first, then taking .he car. It's my fifth l-'ord. I u>cd to be a repairman, s o 1 know How Fords are built. That's \yhj I drive one." "A GOOD CftR DESERVES GOOD CURE, so I sec (Irnt mine ^cts reeular grcas- nij, mrch.inging, nghicmng nml ,id- jusiing, as wclj as frequent washing. Such protective service keeps a 1-ord, or any car, in good shape." mWS NOTES — Hit Kouge plan) of f or( J proaVei corf me, enough - tleom lo heal 350,000 ftomcr-jove, 25,000 B o«oi» of fuel O yf pf , de, Ly burning coal l ar . F 0 ,a"< a ; anf ptanl tapaf ;, f » Wall/ devoid lo doilcning Ihe rfa/ of Viclory. . 30,000,000 etas AND TKUCKS HAVE Biff/ BUILT KY FORD N o T i c i: Nolice Is hereby given lhat the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply lo the Commissioner of Revenues of the Stale of Arkansas for a permll to sell bcei at retail al 214 East Main, lilythe- ville, Mississippi County. The undersigned stales lhat he l.s a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, lhat he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no lit-ensc lo sell beer by the undersigned lm.5 been revoked within five years last past; nnd that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating Ihe laws of this stale, 01 any olhcr state, relating lo the sak of alcoholic liquors. Mrs. O. L. Richards. Subscribed nml sworn to before me Ihis 8 day of May, 1044. Claude P. Cooper (Seal) Notary Public My commission expires 5-25-'4f. N O' T I C K Nolice is hereby given that the undersigned* will within the lime Mary Henson wishes to announce the REOPENING of MARY'S BEAUTY SHOP 1215 AY. Main I'honc 2842 Klmer Ctmntnghazn VULCAN1ZIRG Tire & Tube Repair Cotton Bell R.B. & 8. llwj. ll (Formerly with enjltr Am. PU.1 PRESCRIPTIONS Freahest Stock GDarmiteed Besi Pricw Kirby Drag Store? 24 HOUR TIRE SERVICE Valcanfclrjj-Tlre and Tube Ktpalrinf Tractor Tlrei Onr BpecUIt,. AU Work Gnarantttd WADE COAL CO. Alabama R«d A»h Coal N. Hwy. 61 rh. 2291 : u b>- tnw apply (o the conmiis- loner of Revenues ol Ihe Slidfl ot Arkansas for u permit lo sclllk-er'ui etatl lit Yarbro, Mississippi County 'I'he unilcrnlgncd slates (hut he Is clllwii of Arkansas, of good inoi luracter, (lint he has never Ix-en •onvldcd of a felony or other crime ivvolving moral IvirplliuU-; Una „„ Icenso lo sell beer by Ihe undersigned hus been revoked within live •ears Itisl past; nml Unit the iinili-r- I«ncd hits novel- been convlcleii of 'lolnling the laws of this .stale, or my other stale, relating lo lh<> sale if alcoholic linuors. Dailey's Cafe Mrs. Sum l)ulli>y. Subscribed and sworn lo before no this 8 day of Mny, 194-1. Samuel l-\ Norri.s •8c«ll Kolaiy I'uhltc. My commission expires Sejil. B, S'O'l'lt'K Of FIl.lNCi ()!• Al'l'l.l- OAT1ON l-'OK LKllfOlt I'lHtMlT. Notice Is hereby (jlvt-n that the luulorsigucd lifts Hied with the Commissioner of Hevemies of the State of Arkansas for permll to sell and dispense vinous or .spliltiuius liqunrs tor Iwvcraue at retail on the pivin- Iscs dc-scrilwd as 1 [2 North 2nd SI Hlylhcvllle,' Ark. A|)|)llr»llon Is for penult (u (x; 1s- siifd for operallon bp|;lmilii|i on the first duy of July. 1(144, imd to expire on Die 30th day of Jmie, I!HS, as prescribed by liullcthi dated January 7, 1338 and Supplemental UOBU- lallon Ho. 19 elU-cltve July It), lti:n. Philip Applebiuun, N O T I (! K fj-'llei-.s- of AdmltiKtratlon upon the estulc of W. A. IMckard, Sr., de- leased, were urantcil lo tlie mider- ilgncd on (ho 1st day of April, 1014, by the Probate Court for Ihe Chlck- isawba District of MIxsKslppi Coiln- .y, Arkansas. All persons Imvliti; claims against >nl(l esta(c arc required lo exhibit tlicm, iiropcrly uutlienllcalcU fur allowance,: to the uuderMgned, us admhilslralrlx of said estate, before the end of ono ycnr from the tlnlc of the grahlinB of the Idlers upon sold eslnlc, nnd If such claims arc not presented, they will be forever barred. Dated (his 3lst duy'of March, lil-M, LUCILLE PICKAFID • Administratrix of estate of W. 'A.' Plckard, Sr., Decease d. 4-ll-18-ffi-5|2-!) ALLIED oftiniivt almi lo cut path through northern Burma (o open Ltdo Road link which connects with Burma . Road lifeline (oChina, Q JAPo(fcnilr< ohm ot Imphal, klg Allied fupply baio and al Kohtma, (o get botci for ollackton Bengal- A»orn loilway. RALLIED oi.bomc u n d (n KotSo area cut rom rein- from loulh Burma, Receives Commission Richard Nathaniel Ware III. son- of Ma), ana Mrs. Richard N, Wwe •/';••.,° c 'lallulah, La, formerly of'" Uiythcvlllc received the Army -Air *• Corps silver wings and thq cpm- JiiisAlon of a Accond (leufcnani «£*"' gruduallon exeroiscd Jielul April as (it Luke Field, Ari/ > , „ A gradintc pf^lfeourl kflllarj'- Academy; LteutchiOit Ware was"ft""' student at University of Arizonft-".- Tucson,.iit the- lime of jilif cnllsf-—" Hionl In ,the "Army Afr Corps Llcutenan(,,Waie non, Is"stationed* ""' f\ Kiuidolph ricltl, Texas, where he Is undergoing fuithcr ^riijnlng, *f , •; '• ••' r ~' rr\i~\ , ~t,"~ Modern Hnly hnb nn-nrea only'-- sllBhlly laigcr limn ! that,of ,the > state ot Nevada . .,...,« -.. - T i 1 '1 j One of (he paradoxes of Ihe (l,;hti n| ; (fo | m , on i,, Burma is lhal both Miles are ou ll,e olk-nsivc in ulmosl adjaceiil areas „,.<! ( |, c ,/„•, each is Ihe samc-mainlainlitg supply bases and seizin,, or deslroy- i(j the enemy s. Key towns involved are Initial, in India chief Ui-illsh supply base, and Myilkyina, main. Jap base in „' area WOOD For Sale! MANUTAOTUKlNd CO. 1'hpiic 29U Ni'nrly l.nses ll'A'V Card KNOXVIU.H, Tcllll. UJI'1-.-Thc judge was Kltun|n'd for a while when a man was lakeu Into custody recently, but hi> llnnlly ultrluul'ed It to the gasoline siiortngu nnd chiirg- cd him wilh "driving a mule while driml;," A (Mint iilk'mlunl waggishly suggested (hut lie might hnve taken up the animals h"A"y curd, WATIN INC OI111BK In the Chancery Court, CI1ICKA- SAWUA; DISTRICT, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Ernest Fowler, Plaintiff, vs. No. 8(118 Mary Fowler, Defendant, 'Tlie defendant, Mnry Fowler, Is hereby warned, lo ap'pcar within thirty dnys hi the court named In tlvp caption hereof and answer Ihe cbinplnint of 'the plaintiff, tiniest Fowler. Dated.this 17 day of April, 1044. HARVEY MOnniS, Clerk By Doris Mulr, D. C. Holland 4 Taylor, Atlys. for Pltf. J. Grahnhi Sudbury, Ally, ad I,Item, ... 4|18-25-512-8 EVert Duychlnck, pf Holland, ajie the-. first sliilncd gliiss. .In America of Long Island In is:i5. Stu.Ic.ils lll.l 55() fur Uukc TACOMA, Wash. (UP)—Stlidcilb "Wipe (hat pcncofiil . look oft; 1' ' : . your face!" ' ' > ill .siirburlnin Clover Park hliih school recently paid $50 for u cake unkcd by one or (lie home economics Mmleiil.s for niiMliit) irar Kclicf Crciim puffs wild for nbout a dol- Inr encli nl the auction. mm STORE Let Us Help SAVE YOUR EYESJ I W. Main St. Phone 2W.J "S<HIAKK DKAI," No. 10l(i83 . 'V Mluncsola Slate Clmtnjilnn 19 K, Senior nnnrflg'-,^ All American Champion, 1012, Senior ISour DR 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-f Phono 3390— Rt. 2, Bfy'thevfllf-' You Know the Minuteman.. Mow ... Meet the Missus The hand that rocked the cradle had to have a good trigger finger, because the Miuutcman's wife often did her "marketing" in the forest with a gun. Site was a Jill of all trades, too—cook, spinner, weaver, pork saltcv, candle maker, baker, laundress and gardener. • How arc her great, great granddaughters doing? Very well, thank you. Some are serving with out- armed forces. Some work in war plants. Others grow Victory Gardens, preserve fruits and vegetables, cook, serve, sew... save fals, cans and paper... make things last, wear them out and do without. They carry their own bundles, keep the family cheerful—in a word, they are doing their share to win the war by taking,over on the home front—for their husbands and sons. In atldiUon to supplying Hie armed forces with glider and bomber fusoingo iramcs, wing parts, pin turret parts and foodslulTs, Auhouscr-Husch produces materials which go into the matmfncturc of: Rubber • Aluminum Mumlions • Medicines • B Complex Vitamins • Hospital Diets • Baby I'oods • Bread ami other Bakery products • Vitamin-fortificd cattle feeds . Batteries • Paper . Soap and Tcstiles-to name a few. BudLweiser The u'omoi of America have proved their re- ft/urcejtilness in tl>e~ titcboi in countless ways. Miiiiy have discovered that a glass »/• cold, goldeii Budtuehc-r mates their simple wartime meals taste better, ' A.V74 © 1744 H E U SAINT L 0 U I 5

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