The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1944 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX, Garland Officials LeaVe Muffler Myttory To FBI HOT 1 'SPRINGS.'Ark., May 10 (UP) ,— 'tire ,mur<ier mystery of Frank - Atroatte whose body was foujid, April 22'is' at a : standstill. And If the Federal Bureau of In- -vefctlgatlon doesn't take over It seems -destined to remain a mystery os to who killed Mnvfor police officials of the Garland County dp not appear' willing to assume jurisdiction. The officers says they nre' handicapped because evidence is- Insufficient to vairant extradition proceedings against Mrs. Abbate. And they realize t)iat considerable amount of money Is required to engage competent investigators and run (Jo 1 * n whoever is responsl- l))e : .for Abbaile's death. ' It is not known if the FBI will iake over the investigation or not. but they have done quite a bit of work on the case already, It Is believed that Mrs. Abbatte is on her way to Hot Springs to claim the: body of her husband. But coroner R. W. GrfcjwoUl has declined to relinquish, the body by saying Ihat officials' have not completed their investigation.- And he did not Indicate when the body would 'be released. Cancer Control Program ; Planned For Arkansas LITTLE ROCK, May 10 tup) — The tiimor clinic, of the University of: Arkansas School of Medicine is going to sponsor a cancer control education program in Arkansas. Dr. Carl A. Rosenbnum, director, says lie wlli seek 'co-operation from the Arkansas Board ot HcnUji, cotmtv and city officials, the Ar- kftVisas Medical Society and The American - Society for cancer control. Rosenbnum says the main objectives of (he campaign Is to focus attention on cnrly diagnosis for .cancer. Send Hero's Widow $1,045 BOSTON (UP) — Shipmates of John McHugh, 21, believed the first American sailor killed on Japanese soil, have sent his Dorchester widow and Infant daughter a purse of $1,045. "\Ve want a memorial to liirn ,and you and his small daugh- ter-whoni he loved so much will forever "be that memorial," the shipmates wrote. Political Announcements Tbe courier New* fii* txta «• thorized to tanounce the following candidacies, jubject to tile Democratic primary In August: STATE REPRESENTATIVE ALENE WORD (for re-election, Post No. 2) W. J. WTJNDERLICH (for re-election; Post No. i) J. LEE BEAI^DEN • (for re-election, Post No. 3) ' LDCIEN E. 'COLEMAN E. 0. "GENE" FREEMAN. -(Post No.; 4V •:''-- • •-.. SHERIFF AND COLLZCTOB : HALE JAOKS'ON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) • WATSON COUNTY TEEASDHKB • R B. (SKEET3 BTOOT I MISS DELLA PURTLE ' COIJNTT JUDGE ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) CIRCUIT COURT CLERK • > HARVEY MORRIS (For re-election) COUNTY CtERK T. W. POTTER ! (for re-election) COUNTY ASSESSOR ' : OSCAR ALEXANDER E, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS of alcphpjtc liquors. Altle Sweat. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9 day of May, 1944. ,„ , Oscar Alexander <kfal) Notary Public. My comniljsslon expires 3\U-lBi5. N 0 TI C K Notice Is hereby given tjiat the undersigned will within the time tod by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to, sell beer at retail at 304 K. Main St., Blythe- vllle, Mississippi County. Tlie undersigned stales that he is a clfen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five 'cars last past; and that the under.- Igncd )ias never been convicted of -. am^t—jua ^ T H< tjp^- t >' The long bomb trailer above- is pictured ,15 it leaves .in ammunition ' uuimmg at an n/\r Mitchell bomber base in England to load US •! Dum u-l5s for tiieir trip over Hitler's forlress. As the trailer' ^ achc s e«>> Plane. " section is shunted off to load it up; - NOTICK Notice Is hereby given thnt the undersigned 1 will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the SUilc of Arkansas for n permit to sell beer «t retail at 211 West Main, Blylhc- vllle, Mississippi County. T|ie undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; Ihat no license to sell beer by the undersigned )ms been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws ot this stale, or nny other state, relating to Ihe sale of ntcohollc liquors, Fred S. Sallba. Subscribed and sworn lo before me this 4 day of Mny, 1344. Oscnr Alexander (Seal) Notary Public, My commission expires 31H[l<H5. N' O T I C !•: Notice Is hereby given thnl the undersigned will wllhin Ihe lime fixed by law apply lo the Commissioner ot Revenues of the Stale of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at etall nl Mnln & Division, Blylhe- 'ille, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is n citizen ot Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime nvolvlng moral turpitude; thnl no 'icense to sell beer by the under- ; ' i YOU CAN'T BUY ^ moro in aspirin than tbo assurance of quality and purity guaranteed \vh>m you buy St. Joseph Aspirin ^no/Id's largest KllcratlO;. Demand Si.Tteeijh Aspirin. 24 HOUR TIRE SERVICE x — Tire M Bcpalrtfif Trwtor Tire* Our SprcWty. AD Work Gnaranteed WADE COAL CO. Alabama Bed Ash Coal N. Hwy. 6t Ph. Z281 Mary Henson wishes to announce the REOPENING MARY'S BEAUTY SHOP 1215 W. Main Phone 2842 signed has been revoked within five years last past; nml Unit the undersigned has never been convicted of violntltig the Inws ot this state, or any other state, relating,to tile-sale of alcoholic liquors. It, M. Halsell. Subscribed and tworn to.before inc. this Olh day of May, 19-14. Mildred H. Rusk 1 (Seal) Notary Public.' My commission expires 1-20-1946. • N () TI C K : Notice Is hereby given that thcl tmdcrslgncd will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of Ihe State ot Arkansas for n permit, to sell beer at retail ot South Franklin, Biylhe- ville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that lie Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never beeii convicted of a felony or other crime Involving inonil turpitude; dmt no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five 1 years last past; ami Ihat the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or nny other state, relating to the sale' Elmer Cunningham VULCANIZING Tire & Tube Repair Cotton Belt K.K. « H. Bwj. (I (Formerly with Eufler Aa. ru.) BPTICflL STORE , - •" i »^*3iw» Help, Mi' 'SAVE YOUR'fcYESf ~F. MalnSt Phone »12 GIFTS SHOPPING FOR MOTHER IS EASY AT HERRICKS'! Our up-to-the-minute stocks of attractively designed (and priced) jewelry will eiwble you to quickly select a gift for Mother. Though!,' skill and quality materials nre combined in the outstanding assortment. See Our Newly Arrived SelecHon of Women's Leather Billfolds. HER RICK'S i,,.,.JEWELRY STORE violating the laws of tills sta'.c, or any ptlicr slate, lelatlug to the sale of nlcohoilo lifjuors. Buck Mohan;. Subscribed ajid sworn to before me this 10th day of May, 1944. Samuel P. NoiTls (Scal > Notary Public. My commission expires Sept. 8, 1846. WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1944 N O TI C K Notice la liereljy given n, a t the undersigned will within the lime rixcd by Jaw apply to Ihe Commls- sluncr of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell liter at rclnll al 312 B. Main St., Dlj'tlie- viltc, Mississippi County. The undersigned states (hat lie Is a citizen of Arkansas, of food moral character, thut he has never teen convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the under- signed has been revoked ivlihlii five years last past; and thai the undersigned has jiever been convicted of violating the laws of this stat«, pr any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. W. c. Campbell. Subscribed and ssvoru to before mo Ihls 10th day ol May, 1944. Samuel F. Harris (Se "l) Notary Public. My commission expires Sept. 8, Health Workers To Hotd Statewide Conference LITTLE ROCK, May 10 (UP) — A statewide conference of the Health Department will be held In Little Rock on May 25 and 28, 'The meeting will be the tlrst In two ye.irs. • . Special speaker will be senior l sanitary engineer H. A. Johnson ot' Memphis who w!!l-dlscuss r 'thc danger of l!){i-oducUp)'i' p/.'jrppjta). diseases into the United;Statev',~i :;.. The conference -will be attended by Hcajllu.Department personnel and Public Health wprtsers. JUST RECEIVED! 2 Carloads of 6 Foot CLIPPER COMBINES On Rubber — With Motor RED TOP GIN Call 2M2 or Write Box 799 It's still BIG MONEY in our business! | THE ordinary copper penny has lost a lot of its purchasing power, these 'days - and even some of its copper. Bui it still buys as much electricity as ever. For example, right now in your home a penny will toast about twenty slices of bread ,-or brew ten cups of coffee-or clean five big rugs -or^run your refrigerator, for. sey-j era! hours.' Rather startling what a penny will clo when you think of it that way, isn't it?, 'Actually, the price of electricity came 'down so steadily before the war—and it has stayed down so successfully since—that today the average family gets about twice as much electricity for the same money it paid fifteen years ago. / All this 'didn't just happen, of course. jit's clue largely to the hard work, efficiency ; and experience of your friends and neigh, bors who man and manage this company. i That's why a penny, spent for electricity, j^buys so much. •~ J " ' : Even though electricity is cheap. even though it isn't rationed -PLEASE DON'T WASTE IT. Coal, oil, manpower, transports 'tion go into the making of electricity and these are critical war resources. • Hear "K.port to «,. Ka«.»» *v.ry T».,d.y .v. nfBJ , y : 30, E. W. T., n.w, p regr a a af « w«Jr. Sy, tl m. DON'T WASTE ElECTRICITV JUST BECAUSE IT IfN'T RATIONED!

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