The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 16, 1944
Page 5
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' TUESD'AY, MAV 10, 19-M' Negroes Would Vote In Primary Leader Tells Group To Avoid Arguments ,^ If Denied Privilege LITTLE ROCK, May 16—Calling Die recent United slates Supreme Court opinion iiflccling Democratic primaries iu Texas "n staggering Wow to traditions that have become fixed iu southern life," Hie Arkansas Negro Democratic Asso- clalion Monday declared "(maimed Negro Democrats" would atlcmpt to vole in Ihe Arkansas primaries this Slimmer. Dr. J. M. Robinson, Little Rock, president of the association, told the nearly 50 delegates lo the croup's convention hero they were eligible lo vole under the court opinion. "While Primary Out" He reviewed efforts of Negroes to vote in Arkansas primaries since 1028 nnil asserted "the white primary has been ruled out, by the highest court iu the land." Dr. Robinson warned the Negroes who intern! lo vote lo do so In an orderly manner. "If you are <lcnicd"tlic 'r'giil lo vole," he said, "don't enter inlo any argument! Report tlie matter to officers of tlic association and we shall take the steps necessary to seek protection of our constitutional rigbls." J. K. MeConico, secretary, said ob- Jcctlvos of the group were recognition of the Negro as a of Arkansas; to impress on Negroes the Importance of voting; wise use ol the ballot; party alignment, and to emphasize the Negro has no desire to "rule.or ruin." "There are nnproxlmntcly 500.000 Negroes in Arkansas," MeConico declared, "with si potential voting strength of 100.000 lo 150.000. The ( only elections in the South of any .•flfiporlancc or force and ciTect are ~c primaries. Will Support Candidates "Under the rule of limiting the vote to white people only. Negroes have been disfranchised so long that millions of Ihciii liavq never seen a ballot, much less voted."' The association adopted a resolution pledging support to the Democratic cniulidales selected in the forthcoming Democratic primaries and "in every way attempt to comply with the rules and. regulations governing the Democratic Party of Arkansas, and «'e shall pledge our support to tire presidential candidate selected by .the forthcoming Democratic National Convention.' r Demonstration Club News Notes Members of" the Yarbfo 'llotnc Demonsiratio'rr'CHiir nre'C Tiiestlaj afternoon.- at the home ' of; Mrs- Dave' Abbott, • The devotional was given by Mrs Ross Moore, followed by a poem read by Mrs. Abbott, entitled, "To A Friend". The: 16 members present answer •ij rail call with a thought abou i~ther. Mrs. Walter Barnes led the group Political Announcements The Courier News Has been »u- thorlzed to announce the following candidacies, subject to tta Democratic primary In August: STATE REPRESENTATIVE - ALENE WOKD (for re-clcctlon, Post No 2) W. J. WUNDERLICH (for re-election, Post No. 1) J. LEE BBARDEN (for re-election. Post No. 3) LUGIEN E. COLEMAN E. C. "GENE" PLEEMAN ' (Post No. 4) SUEKKF AND COLLECTOR HALE JACKSON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTS' TKKASUKKH » . R. B. (SHEET) STOUT ' MISS DELLA PURTLE COl/NTV JUDGE ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) CIRCUIT COUUT CLERK HARVEY MORRIS (For re-elccllon) COUNTY CI.ERK T. VV. POTTER , (for re-clecllon) '• , I3LYTIIEV1LLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Point-free HufflKo is a shortening I HumKo, }ha Dainty Cooking Fat lias power to do a better job for every cooling purpose. This extra power means that it goes farther, and assures you better and moro mooting. iMrnjyo and conserve! Will Keep Serviceman's Dog Nicotine Sultate Spray Kills Plant and Vegetable Aphids BY HKNRY L. ... WrllUn lor NBA 'lhc llllle pinkish or green nplilds seen on inosl unrden plants and \ f egelnbles nrc gnrrtcu enemy No. I. They atlnck in overwhelming numbers nnd do considerable rtnmftEC in n short time. They rtrtiln the life from the plant by Inserting long bills Inlo slems, buds and foliage nnd sucking out the snp. They often Inoculate plants wllli' poisons from their snllvn nnd liilroducc diseases sucli us mosnlrs mid Ullglits. A single nplild cnn In two weeks become the cenler of n colony of 50 tj) 100 olliprs. This plienoincnn occurs In spring after DIB first ueii- crnlton haichra from the ovcrwin- !''il»e clius. When aplilds are found, do not wrdt until they in- crease—spriw at once. A|)hlds arc not hard lo kill if spiaycd \viur nlcolliie snlfwic (Black Lcnf 40). 'Hie iwojiimeml- M mixture for the home eurdencr Is l!(r toiwiwonsftil (o a gallon of soupy water. Kotenone. pyrelhrum or oilier cotitncl ' sprays do not seem to be effective. A second mid tlilrd spraying may be necessary 1C Hie Infeslallon Is heavy. The main inlus Ls to sprny the minute tiny Insects are found. ClennliiK up (ho isnrden In »u- liiinii Is itiost Iniiwlimt In iho fi s |i( HKiilnsl (li e aphlds, II Is Ilicn tlud, (liu egn liiylng wlnijcd fvmulcs u r c born, 'ihose nnd Ihe i'Be« nuiKt be tlciitruynl. The eusjs me lukl on (rush of one Mud or nnollK>r n boul (ho yard iimi if everything Is clo«n- i'd up nnd destroyed, Ilio iiplild ejjgs lire loo. And In lhc denning mnny olliw Wmls of Inset'l • posts nrc nlso destroyed In the process. Aphlds nwy ijc found on t\\i\)its beans, pcuches, enbbaRe. mdnnsi CKKpliinl, pens, iwUUoes, tonmtoes. roses, splnncli, lurniiw. chrysan- Iliemums nnd eucumbers. Ordinarily nicotine suluile muy lie used without, Injury lo plants, but ctiu- (Ion Is ni'i'di'il on n very hot day In tlu> Kiirden. Hi) sure In K \wny (lie initli-rKlilo of (lie Icni'o.s wlicrc Hie apliids live In lii'eulest mim- bors. Cull 2H2 JUST RECEIVED!^ • 2 Carloads of 6 foot CLIPPER COMBINES On Rubber — Wirh Motor !'"' RED TOP GIN ; or Write Boi7&'* Six years ago, W. Elkin of Fort Worth, Tex., .started "Dogville" In order to give homeless dogs a place to stay. The project started as M hobby but grew so fast he luul to move into larger Barters In order to care.for his numerous pels. His latest efforts turned into keeping soldiers' pet dogs and finding (hern a home until Iheir owner returned Corp. A. L. Ncal brought his dog lo "Dogvllle" and Mr Elkliw found a home for Hie animal. Mrs. u. D. Witcher of Fort Worth Tex is shown with the serviceman's ,log "Foo" wlilt-h she .will keep until "ihc Cor i)0 ral conies inarching home aflor the war. (NEA I'hoto) singing, and prizes were won by Mrs. Elza Wheelcr^and Mrs. Clinton Abbott. Mrs. Cornelius O. Scherer gave a talk on India. During the recreation hour, club members had a grab box will) proceeds going to the flowers fund. Mrs. George Bunch, president, asked that each member turn in her better home report nt the next meeting. ' Roses, Iris and tulips decorated the home, and a dessert course was served, The next meeting will be Mav 23 with Mis. Clinton Abbott, with Mrs. Zoc Thompson ns eohostcss. j|4 DRESSES MINOR WOUNDS., ^ sfcsaysfto ME RUE SAVES GASOLINE Siimnicrizc is the seasonal change-over service your pr needs to put spring in its motor, and clear away the sluggish effects of winter use. Winter oils and greases will not stand up in warmer weather, and a poorly lubricated car wastes gasoline. Winter use may leave spark plugs fouled, filters dogged, and water system: choked with rust and sediment that would overheat your motor and waste gasoline in summer driving. Get full mileage from your rationed gasoline, by having your Magnolia Dealer Snimaerize your car NOW. ENGINE: Dirty, thinnccl-qut winter oil drained and replaced with fresh dependable summer MOB1LOIL. GEARS: Dirty oil drained from (r.insmission and differential... replaced with fresh summerMOBfL Gt'AK OILS. CHASSIS: Complete AfOBILUORICATION of all vital pus, for protection against friction and wear. COOLING Cleaned out with MOBIL ft ADI A SY *T*M: W^h^S^S^'^ ing system clean. ""•"CCU Cleaned and rcnartnl n-.'.i, BEARINGS: SPARK PLUGS: FILTERS: d ' Clca " cd ' Ait Cleaner washed and rc-oiled. Oil Filter checked for effectiveness; replaced if needed. BATTERY: clltcli "i; Hydromctcr-tesied, cables In jpcctcd, terminals cleaned. TIRES: Inspected to discover hidden I Serial story of the boy next door lo Soymond Grom Swing, New! Ar Nelwork-Monrfoy [944— MoBr>oIio Li's Don's slory. Bui lhc name could jiisl as well be .Wall or Jim or Bob or any olhcr, • And, of course, the fifth en(ry in lhc liltle acldress book really hnsu'l been written yet. But it will be — and we hope to have a hand in making it conic true. • When Don nnd millions like him wcnl lo war, they were given the besl weapons and equipment in the world. Equipment lurned out fust by machines ihat were turned by plentiful, low-priced electric power. • When these boys come marching Home again, electric power will be ready and wailing iu even greater abundance — (p serve new industries and create new opportunities. For power nialies production — and production makes jobs, • The electric light and power companies are pre- {tared for peace as they were for war — thanks to foresight, planning nud sound business management. • They're keeping rates they're supplying well over 80% of America's electric service — the best, as well as the most, that any, nation in the world enjoys. ^ • Hear "Report lo the Notion," oufjlondmg nswj program of lh» every Juasdoy evening, 9:30, E.W.T., Columbia Broadcasting Syjt«m. A »ON'T WAJTI IISCTR1CITY JUST M C A U » I 11 , 11 N'T, R A T I 0 H I D t

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