The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1944 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1944 Lu Fores Well With Squadron He 'Adopted' AN AMERICAN AIR BASE Clilna, May 1 (Up)-Tlie enlisted i of an nil 1 force squadron In ' lf> > hnvc a new interest In life, a little Chinese boy named Lu. It seems that Ui, clad only in a duly sweater, took a couple of soldiers in hand after they drank too much Chinese home-brew, Lu sol the men to suikc him to a meal. In return, lie led them back to their barracks. S,-,The' next morning- it was discovered that Lu had made himself nt Jiome. He made it clear lie had no intention of returning to tlic glace where lie had been living and said he liked the squadron mess Jlnc. { So the soldiers held n bo.ird pipeline, antl decided to make the vest of things. A detail was as- §tgncd to bathe Lu, while the rest chipped in to buy him clothes. , Pfc. Paul a. Williamson of Buchanan. Va. says, "We dug up 4000 Ohlnc.sc dollars mid bought him a suit, underwear, cap and shoes. Bui lie wouldn't wear the shoes for fear of scuffing them." i Tlie situation was tense when word came that the squadron was moving (o Hie front. ! "What can 'you do with n kid like that?" says Pfc. Robert Ashton of sallna, Kansas. "You cnn't Just toss him out," : Finally, after considerable wire- pulling. Lu was permitted to go with the squadron. : One of the men made him a regular American uniform, complete with air corps insignia, and staff sergeant's stripes. Another soldier cicvoles his spare time to keenini; Lu's clothes mended. :- Lu does his part, by calling the boys to attention every morning at roll call. - , N' O T I C K Notice is hereby given thai the nuclei-signed will within Ihe lime fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the Stale of Arknnsns for n permit to sell beer at retail nt 401 w. Ash St., Biytheville plssissinpf County. ; The undersigned states that lie is a citinen of Arkansas, of (joocl moral character, thai lie lias never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving mural turpitude; that no license to sell iieer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; :md that the undersigned lias never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any oilier stale, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Marie Abraham. Subscribed mid sworn to before me this 12 day of May, 1944. W. M. Williams (Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires July II, 1940. . There is no combustion, at the center of a Ihune.,,.^ j.'.; , Political Announcements Tte Courier News lias been authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Demo- jBp 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) LUCIEN E. COLEMAN E, C. "GENE" PLEEMAN (Post No. 4) BHIRIFF AND COLLECTOB HALE JACKSON (for re-election) ' W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY THEASUHER R. B. (SKEET) STODT MISS DELLA PURTLE COUNTY JUDGE HOLAND GREEN (for re-election) - CIRCUIT COURT CLERK HARVEY MORRIS : (For re-election) COUNTT CI.ERK T. W. POTTER (for re-election) COUNTY ASSESSOR OSCAR ALEXANDER 24 HOUR TIRE SERVICE Volcanlilnf — Tiro and Tube Tractor Tires Onr Specialty. AU Work Guaranteed Alabama Kcd Ash Coat N. Hwj. 61 Ph. Z29J Fine Workmanship by Expert Photographers. No a p p o i ntment Necessary, Proofs Shown F o r Satisfactory Selections. O'Steen's Studio 105 W. Main LLK (AHK.) COURIER NEWS No!Ice of Sale (Ai-kniiins). Notice is hereby etvcn thnt llie undersigned mortgagee in n morlgngc executed by Walter Smith to the United States on the 4 dny of April 1944 mid duly filed In Die o/flce of :he Recorder In antl for Mississippi County, Arkansas; the snid Walter Smith-having wnlved nil rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the State of Arkansas; pursuant to the powers (,'ranted under the terms of the aforementioned mortgage, mul bv llie laws of the Slate of Arkansns will on the 15 day of Mny, 1944, bc- tiveen llie hours of 9 o'clock In' the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said dale, nt Missco, 9 miles West of Wilson, in the County of Mississippi, State of Arkansas, offer for sale lo the highest and best bidder for cnsli, the following described property, to-vvll: 2 bay horse mules, 1 Jersey Cow, 1 sow, 2 shoats, 2 sets harness, 1 Wagon, 1 Cultivator, 1 middle-buster, 1 Planter, 1 Turning Plow, 1 Double Shove!, 1 Harrow, 1 Cooker. Witness my hand this the 12 day of May, 1944, United States of America, By Robert W. Downs,.FSA Supervisor. Nolice of Sale (Arkansas). Notice Is hereby given (lull the undersigned mortgagee in u mortgage executed by Luther Craig to the United Slates on the n day of March, 1944 and duly tiled in the office ol Ihe Recorder in and for Mississippi County, Arkansas; Ihe said Lulher Craig having waived nil rights of appraisement,, sale and redemption under the laws of the State of A kansas \ ,, eranlcd under tlie'"-(ei'nisi > of the Aforementioned mortgage, mid ijy the laws of the Slate of Arkansas, will on llie 15 day of Mny, 19-M, oe- Iwccn the horns of a o'clock In the forenoon and 5 o'clock In the afternoon of said dntc, «t Mlssco, 9 mill's West of Wilson, In the County of Mississippi, state of Arkansas, offer for snlc to tlie highest, and besl bidder for cash, the following described property, to-wlt: l Gray Horse Mule, 1 dm* Hiiy Horse Mule, 1 Black Jersey Cow, 1 Planter, 1 Cultlralor, I mtrtdlebiister, 1 Turning Plow. 1 Gee Will/, 2 sets plow gear, 2 collars, l Shovel, 1 Cooker, 1 Harrow, l Wagon, l Single Slock, Witness my hand this the 12 day ol May, 1944, United States of Amerlcii, By Robert W. Downs, 1 P SA Bnpervi- Notice of Sale (Arkansas). Nolice is hereby given Hint the undersigned mortgagee in n mortgage executed' by John Southard lo Ihe United States on the 23 day o! March, 19-H anil duly Illed in the office of tlm Recorder lu and for Mississippi County, Arkansas; llie said John Smiltnml having waived nil rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the huvs of the State of Arkansas; imrsnnnt to the powers granted under the terms of the aforementioned mortgage, mxt by the laws of tbe Slate of Arkiinsiis will on the 15 day of May, 19-14 be- Uvcen the hours of 9 o'clock In the forenoon and 5 o'clock In the afternoon of said date, nt Missco, 9 miles Wesl of Wilson, In the Comity of Mississippi. Slide ot Arkansas, of- bidder for cash, the following described property, lo-wll: i Day Home Mule mimed 1'cte, 1 Bay Horse Mule iwiiiert Ned, 1 cow, i white sow, 1 Wagon, i Turning I'low, t collars and '2 sets plow gear, 1 Pi-mure Cooker, 1 mlddlebusler, 1 Cultivator, 1 Hill-row. 1 Planter, l single Stuck, small tools. Witness my hniid this (he 12 day of Mny, 19-14, United Slntes of Amcrlm, By Robert W Downs, FSA Supervisor. Notice Is hereby given lhat Ihe undersigned will within the time liJied by law apply to the Commissioner of Hcvenne.5 of (he Sliito of Arkansas for 11 permit to sell beei- nt ri'tnl) nt I Iff nnllrond St., Ulvtiic- vllle, Mississippi County. The undersigned stales llml he is n clllMii of Aiknusiis, of good moral character, that he lias never been convicted ot n felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; thai no license lo sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within live yeiiivs lust pnst; mid that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating (he Inws of this slale, or any other stnlc, relating to (he snlc of nlcohollc liquors. Marie Abraham. Subscribed nud sworn lo before me tills 12 d;iy of Mny, 1844, W. M, Williams <Senl) Notary Public. My commission expires July 11, 1040. _ _ — ... ,,t...o.jui|/|,i, uuuc UL mKiinsii^, Ol- u*il«i Visit PI .ursnant to the powers fcr for sale to the l,i B lic«L-mil best tolngIflio The Statue of Liberty National Monument In New York "" ' was visited by 395,63:1 persons Notice of Sulo (Arkansas!, Nolice Is hereby tjlven (lint the undersigned morlt!Ui;ee In a morluugu exi-- cuted by Wi [.;. Maitin lo the Unllod States oil the 17 tiny of Mardi, ion mid duly filed in the utllco of tin, Recorder in and for Mteteliinl County, Arkansus; the said W !•' Mnrllii having waived all riRlns of npiiralsement, sale and redemption under the laws of the state of Arkansas; pursuant to the jHnver.s granted under the terms of the aforementioned jnojlunsc, luul by the laws of the Stale of Arkansas, will on Hie 15 day of May, Itfl-t between Hie hours of 0 o'clock lu Ihe forenoon mid 5 o'clock lu the aflei-- iioon of said dale, al Missco, 0 miles West of Wilson, In the County of Mississippi, Slate of Arkansas of- fcr for snlc to the highest and best bidder for cash ,lhe following described property, to-wil: l tilnck Hoi-.se Mule, 1 Turning Plow, 1 Iron Master Wnuun, 2 Double Shovels, 1 collar and 1 set plow jjear, 1 'i-unv scl mlildlcbusters for Purmall, l a- row sel planter, 1 Tractor ->-row cultivator, Witness my hand this the 12 day of May, )UM, United States of America, Ily Kobeii W. Downs, I'SA Supervisor. N () T I C K Notice is hereby ulvcu Unit the undersigned will within tin- time Used by law apply to Ihe Commissioner of Revenues of the Stale of Arkansas for a permit to sell boor al retail at, -m W. Ash, niyllicHllc. Mississippi County, , The iimlersli-ned states that he Is n citizen of Arkansas, of B ood mural convicted of n ffyijny or oilier^crime involving moral turpitude; that n<> license to sell beer by thu »mier- signed hus been revoked wlihln llvi- yours lasl pnsl; mid Unit I ho under- sinned has never bvcn convicted of violating Hie hiws of (Ills slut,* or any other stale, relating l« I he sale of alcoholic Illinois. Seld Yuen l/ii. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12 tiny of May, io-H, Oscar Alexander Tomlwiones for AWOf.'s SIOUX FAU.S, «. I). (Ul')-Thu iloux Fulls Army air baso already ins one of the lowest AWOL, rcc- nls In Iho nation. Dut Ma]. 0. T. •'lola. post Judge advocate; was iclormlncd to make It belter. Several tombstones were erected lit l)> 0 (Seal) Noliiry Public. c'harnctet .,,, . . ,• " : v>iuuf (Imt ho has never been principa • •vim J I IIULIL. . My commission expires il'H-1015. N () T1 C W Nolice Is hereby given (hat the uiulmlunril will wllliln the- time Used by law apply to the Commissioner of Kevcmicij of I ho State ol Arkansas for a permit to sell beer ut retnil at 303 W. Muln, Blythi>vllu> Mississippi County, The- undersigned states that he 1: n cltly.cu of Arkunsns, of uood morn 1 clinracter. thai ho luis never IH'I-I convlcled of n felony or other crlnu Involving moral turpitude; thui , K license to «;!! beer hy the under-' signed has bi-cii revoked within five years last past; nud that the mulor- slRned has never been convicted of violating Ihr-liuvs of this stale or any oilier stale, reliilhig lo Ilic wile of iilcolinllc liquors. Klllnlt Johns, and sworn to before me I his 12 day uf May, Itl-l-l W. M. Williams (Seal) Notm-y Public. My commission expires July II, Ml!. il comprises 1'iierio Ulco's (lie!. E I p C T ""''* advertisement presents ilic prize winning editorial in a " ^ niiionwidc contest among high school and college publica- D D I 7 C I lions, conducted by rhc Education Section of (lie War Fiuattcc Division in cooperation with the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, us part of die Treasury Dcinnmciu's Schools-at- War program. It w.ts wiiucti by U.iibiu Drown, Olncy High School, Pln'liiiMphit, for the OI.NKY HIGHLIGHTS, ami wns sc-lcctcd ftotn thouiamli of editorials which wtic siibnliiicJ. Memorial service for American So/diers and Marines killed on Cape Gfoucosler, Now Brilain. Signal Corps Priori Suppose there were no tomorrow— Suppose there were no tomorrow? ... Tliink about it for just a minute .. .No tomorrow for you, or your kid sister at home—or the brother who left for the Army yesterday. Did you ever think that we, who have had so few yesterdays, may have no tomorrows? i It has happened, you know. To Jack Teldman, and Bob Ernest-nnc! fifteen others who sat in our classes just last term... They will have no tomorrow. They died before they ever had a try at living ... so thac we might have our chance. There arc millions who were asked to give up more than a double feature at the Earle ... or a spiffy, new pair of pumps for next week's formal. A soda is a pretty insignificant sacrifice, when you think of— The kids in Russia, who live on a few ounces of cereal a day. They've never seen an ice cream soda. The Polish boys and girls, who would be in school right now, just as we are ... if there were any schools left. The French youths who've never had a hamburger on a date-or any other time, for that matter. They are old, very old . .. older than you and I will ever be... ' There are millions of them ... in Norway '... Holland ... Denmark ... Belgium.. .They would stare in amazement if they could be here to see— A Jalopy painted bright yellow. "The Tin You Love to Touch" printed in big, green letters on the back. A high school senior, uncomfortable in his first tuxedo . . . calling for his <i.itc, looking nervous. Millions of tilings that we take for granted... "Hey, Maestro! Play 'Stardust'!" . . . There is such a feeling of permanency in our tight little world. We'll go to school with the gang, today... and tomorrow... But, WHAT IF THERE WERE NO TOMORROW? There's only one way to be sure, you know- Buy War Bonds... That's a simple little 'phrase. It's the American way of saying what we mean in a few direct words. Buy War Bonds. Yes—you and everybody must buy War Bonds. We've got to buy more and more, and more of 'em. Just get the idea into your head that your $18.75 might—just might end the war one-fifth of one second sooner. That maybe, in that one-fifth of a second, the boy next door could be on the receiving end of a bullet.. .Then you'll know it's worth it!. - We've got to keep on plugging, saving, convincing. Giving our pin money... Tell everybody-sell everybody! We can't take no for an answer ... tomorrow—and tomorrow—and tomorrow. BACKING THE ATTACK! This space is a contribution to America's all-out war effort by Arkansas Grocer Co. L. K. Ashcraft Co. Joe Atkins Machine Shop L. H. Aiitry, Burdette A. S. Barboro & Co. Barksdale Mfg. Co. Biytheville Water Co. The Crafton Co. Delta Implements, Inc. Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Gay & Billings, Inc. Guard's Jewelry & Optical Store Halter's Quality Shoe Shop Happy Hour Grocery & Mkt. Hardaway Appliance Co. Hcrrick's Jewelry Hubbard Furniture Co. r ibbard Hvfcrtti Ct, Huddlcston & C*. Jiedel's Robinson Drug Co. Langston-Wroten Co. J. R os cntha!, Inc. Charles S. Lemons Tom Little Hardware Co. The New York Store Pat O'Bryant Palace Cafe J. C. Penney Co. Phillips Motor Co. Rock Saliba Rustic Inn A. G. Shibley Wholesale Grocen C. G. Smith Floyd A. White Zellner's Slipper Shop rumr ftjjnmm - y*t uvmai mrr-VICTORY i»m caimum bunks of men charged with btlng' AWOL The (jrJni,markers bear-the' inscription. "(Name) ' ifanl- AWOU Icnvlng us tci'ilo.Ills'work as-well sa our own." . ,„.., 'I'ho; laughing Jackass Is-not an .•inltnal.uut, a bird, ,< RADIOS, WASHERS anil REFRIGERATORS Should Bo overhauled For Summer GUARANTEED WORK-REASONABLE PRICES HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. 20R W. Alain . Phone ZOT1 We Pay HIGHEST CASH PRICES \ For CLEAN USED CARS See Us Today! PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453 Walnut at 5th Of All Kinds, BARKSDALE MFG. CO. HlyUicvillc, Ark. PLUMBING AND HEATING I'mnps . . . Well I'ipcs.. . . Slrainuis BUTLER ENGINEERING CO. Osulnlii, Ark. ... ,, ;-....• D. P. L 14 Cottonseed 1 3-32 to 11/8 Inch Staple Early Variety ALSO ARKSOY SOYBEANS 2913 Sec EARLMAGERS A few tons of D. P. L.. No. 14 COTTONSEED and Ralsoy Soybean Seed H. C. KNAPPENBERGER Phone 503 JUST RECEIVED! 2 Carloads of 6 Foot CUPPER COMBINES On Rubber — With Motor RED TOP GIN Call 2M2 Write Cox 799 "SQUARE 1)E Al," No. 1016S3 Mhm&sola Stale Champion 1942, Senior Boar Pig AH American Champion, 1942, Senior Boar Pij 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, Biytheville

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