The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1944 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 20, 1944
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SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1944 Negro Leader Speaks Tuesday William H. Harrison Will Bring Message ^ On Racial Good Will - In the Interest of fostering better understanding and mutual goodwill between the races, William H. Harrison, Negro lawyer, former special Judge ol the Superior Court of Oklahoma, and one lime assistant attorney general of Illinois, will speak Tuesday night at the Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church, Filth and Ash, under the auspices of the Royal Brotherhood Club. The lawyer has conducted a series of lectures throughout Midwestern and Southern states and his philosophy of racial tolerance based on good will has brought him letters from pastors, educators, city officials nnd lawyers who appreciate his leadership and Ihe help that he is giving his race. The former judge was bom and reared in Mississippi, and received most ,of lik education in Tennessee. Following the acquiring of his law decree, he was admitted to practice in Oklahoma City, Okla., and became a member of tlie bar of the Supreme Courts or Oklahoma, Illinois and the United Slates. Elected by an entire white bar, he served as special Judge or the Superior Court of Oklahoma, and for five years was assistant attorney general of Illinois. He has also served on the Board of Pardons and Paroles of Illinois. . Superintendent of Sunday schools for 40 years, he is now instructor of superintendents in the National Sunday School Congress. He is listed In the Redpatli Bureau of Speakers. BLYTHEV1LLE (AUK.)v COURIER NEWS' '" Talks OF County Agents Heard By Lost Cane Club A meeting of the Lost Cane 4-H Club was held Wednesday May 10, with Tlico Vencli presiding! plfty- flve club members were present. To open (lie meeting. Hie group sang "America" which was led by Sue Vaslbindcr, song captain. The following club captains give reports: Thomas Smith, colton captain, reported five In Ills club; Clifford Veach, pig captain, reported 15; Jackie Lewis, calf captain, reported nine; Edith Gr.-xtson, cooking captain, reported 15; Harold Lutes, truck farming captain, reported one; Dorothy Brady, gardening njirt canning captain, reported 23; Madeline Bourland. clothing captain, reported' cjghl; Anna May Powell, jxjultiy captain, reported 21; and',Mottle Canada, ico improvement captain, reported three. ; Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration' agent, discussed the 1- Club Rally. Keith J. Bilrcy, county agent, gave u talk on attaining success. Before (lie meeting was adjourned, pictures of the group were taken. •NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that Die undersigned, will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the Slate of (Arkansas for a permit to sell beer it retail at 114 W. Main Street, Blytlieville, Mississippi County. • The undersigned states that he Is citizen of Arkansas, of good .moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no Civilian Pilot s Training Here Plane Builder Chester A. Hughes, n civilian pilot of Class 44-2, ATC, bvdlt two airplanes while attending Eton College, N. C. He built them from spare parts anil scrap and was Justifiably proud of his handiwork. But his pals laughed when they saw the two light aircraft. "Yon wasled a lot of lime on (hose Junk heaps," they told him. "Those planes will never fly." "All right, I'll show you," announced young Mr. Hughes. And he climbed into the cockpit of one of his ships. An amalcur pllol, he took his craft aloft-and, while airplane designers found nothing . to worry about in the performance of his plane, it did fly. That was the beginning of Hughes' career ns mi ulnimn. After graduating from college in ISBli, lie won a civilian pilot's license nnd, until he qualified recently as an ATC trainee, lie was a flying instructor COURTS ^ Charged wilh violating a Blylhc- vllle health ordinance which prohibits • the the maintenance of swine within the city limits, Joe Bombolaski was fined $10 In Municipal Court yesterday. Among other recent cases heart ill Municipal Court were two which involved charges of petit larceny Clara Edwards and Thomas Austin were each fined $10 In connection with the theft of households utensils from a farm south of B!y- theville. Melvin Smith plead guilty to a charge of leaving the scene of. an accident. He was fined $50, of which $25 was suspended. Charged with vagrancy, C. B Harris plead not guilty. Pound guil ty of the charge by the court;-h was fined $25 which was suspend eel. Mark Barpinger plead guilty ti .the same charge and was fined 510 Junior Long forfeited bond on .driving while intoxicated charge Also forfeiting bond was Joe Sharp .who was charged with u traffi •.violation. Charged with disturbing Ui peace, Red Sanford apd Earl Shep pard forfeited bond. New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Long hav nj^ihcir guests, Mrs. Long's moth E^Mrs. W. B. Hill and her sister Mrs. J. E. Morgan and Mr. Mor gan, and Mr. nnd Mrs. A. A. Long all ot Bormlngham, Ala. •' Mrs. W. S. Aycock: and children 'Dale and Bobby, returned to thei home at Parma, Mo.. Tuesday, aftc visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aycocl • and family. 'I J. M. Aycock, who lias been un 'dcrgoiiiE treatment at Walls Hos pital in Blytlieville. has been re moved to his home to recuperate VV. T. Pillow, who is stationed a Camp Shelby, Miss., is spendhiL several days with his parents. Mr and Mrs. D. C. pillow. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Barber o •Milan. Tenn,, spent Wednesday with-her sister. Mrs. D. Garrat ;and family. They came especially 'to sec J. P. Barber nnd Mrs. Barker, at Steele, where Mr. Barbei is ill. • Mrs. Eugene Williamson and son .are visiting Eugene Williamson ,seaman 1-c, at Brooklyn. N. Y. • P. B. Jarralt is in Jonesboro at ;• tiling a district conference o Churches. Skidway Club Meets 'Hie Skidway Home Demonstra- . lion Club met at the home of Mrs George Farley. May 9. The roll was called by Mrs. Ned Klce and 12 members answered. The group sang "The Old Rugged Cross" led by Mrs. Parker Osborne. During the business hour, names of service boys were turne In so Mrs. Allen Holt could send greeting cards to them. A talk on remodeling old clothes was given by (he clothes chairman Mrs. Byrnn Oscoine. A tour of homes was made on May 5 and pictures were made for the scrap book. • During the social hour the hostess served a dessert, course with tea. She was assisted by Mrs. J. W. Osborne. The next meeting will be May 23 at the home of Mrs Tom Steele. NOTICE OF FlUiVG OF APPLICATION FOH LIQUOR PERMIT Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the Stale of Arkansas for permit to sell and di.flmse vinous or spirituous liquors .for t«verage at retail on the premises described as 112 w. Main St., Blytlieville. Application Is for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the first day of July, 104'!, and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1945, as prescribed by Bulletin dat- >d Jamiary 7,1938 and Supplemental Regulation No. 19 effective July 10, 1937. Buford Martin & C. A. Martin. Farm products are moved by ap- yroxlmately 1,5 million trucks from 1,000,000 farms. license to sell beer by tlie undersigned has Iwcn revoked within live years last past; and Hint flic undersigned lias never been convicted of violating the laws of this stale, or any other stale, relating to the sale ot alcoholic liquors, . liuford Martin. Subscribed and 'sworn to before me tills 19lh day of May, 1941, Betty Hall 'Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires February 12, 1018. Mmilage licenses Issued' through tlie local Mississippi County Court Clerk's office during tlie past' 10 clays Include the following: Minion Miller and Miss sylvln Shivinlln, both of Ulythevillc; Ormond \V. Eiek of Dycisbmg, Tenn., and Mrs. Gladys Billow of Annawlale, N. J.; Corp. Christopher C. Scallsl of New York, and Corp, Wumtn b, Miters of Hooks. Texas; Wilbur Crabtrce of Tulsa. Okla., nnd Miss Toinmle Adams of Fort Smith, Ark. . Martin S. Ball of Coello, 111., and Miss Kntlicrliie utwii of Christopher, 111.; Denlley Doyle of Steetc. Mo., nnd Mtss Dorothy Tinier of Curutlicrm-llle, Mo.; Ilelna Glen Jones and Miss Anna Liuifi\ Crawford, both 01 cooler, Mo.; \V. H. Burgell nnd Miss Hi'B«ie Unwell, both of Slcele, Mo.; Henry Dlnnell mid Mrs. Lillian ulnncll, botli of Carurhorsvlllc. Mo.; Boniface Moll ot Chester, 111,, and Miss Lornlim Rolllmuss of St. Louis. Joseph A. Day of t'orlagevllle, Mo.. ,ii»l MI.NS Thelma E. Simmons ul Manila, Ark.; Ftoresl M. Davis of Lancaster, I'n., and Miss Knllierlnc StiKvcll or Hlylhcvlllc; William c. Mclnlyrc nnd Miss Imogenc Scolt; both of 1'ascola, Mo.; J, \v. Cooprldcr or Scotls- biire, Ind., and Mrs. Effic I'rosscr Williams or Charleston, Mo.; Fred at one of Die Army Air Forces primary schools. Now, lie lias no time for nlrplnne- builditig. lie's loo busy training tor the privilege of Hying one of Uncle Sam's IransporLs hi a combat theater. Culvln Parris nnd Miss Norn 'Callls, both of Slkcjjlon, Mo; Pallas Edward Wheeler' of nroufjhtdn, III.i ami Miss Lena Clerlne Prlt- chetl of Mci.ainsboro, 111. Wj'nU I,. Bwl of Holland. MO., nnd Miss Ida lx?c Burton ot Hteelc, Mo.; Harry Colbert and Miss Evelyn llalnes, lv>lli ot New Madrid, Mo.; Hugh Oroncr of Dexter, Mo., nnd Miss Aisle Mnson of Kcunelt, Mo,; Chnrlcs.M. Wnde nnd Miss Cecil Titylor, 'both of Pmls. Tcnn.; Wayne Brooks nnd Miss Emm Riioads, bolh of Matthews, Mo.; Leonard Kyle nnd Miss Josephine Mavy June Tucker, both ot Cariilherscvllle, M;>.; O. H. Crlppen. ol Mounds, 111., and Miss Jones Vaughn of Cairo, ill. Emll Chartrand nnd Mrs. Gertrude Baker, bolh ot Mnplcwood, 111.; Russell Eugene Ijirkln and Miss Ida May Hutchison, both of Charleston, Mo.; Sherman E Cha|)|icl of Cnruthersville, Mo., and Miss Blanche Nicholas of SI, I mils; Marlon D. Oakley ot llayti, Mo, and Miss Wnnda C. Touip- klns of Steele, Mo.; Pmil w. Kcllw and Mrs. Idell Lnclmnce. both or Si. Louis. Missouri,Flier Among Civilian Pilots At.BAAF Joe Frederick Burlpn, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Harry 11, Btiilon of Stct'le, Mo., Is unions the civilian pilots of .Class •M-2, A'TO, who arc striving for appointment In Ihc Army at graduation exercises at the BAAP May 20. . Mr. Burton, n Dying'Instructor In civilian life, Is u former .student at the Stale Teachers College at Ciipo Qlrnrdenu, Mo., mid lived until recently, in Btcelc. where lie iimcli 1 libs home with his fuliicr, it cotlon ylnner there. Half Moon News Miss Eiilnc Richardson has returned to her home In Memphis after a visit or two wi-eks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson. Mr, nnd Mrs. '['. Alexandra have gone (o Memphis for n few days where Mr, Alexandra will undergo a checkup nt Campbell's Clinic. , Klmo Jones, seaman 2-c, who is stationed at MilUnglon Nnvul Training School, together will) Mis. Jones, spent, the weekend with Ills NOTICK Ol' FIUNU ()!•' Al'1'1,1- OATION I'OK UQtmU I'llltMIT Notice Is hereby given that Ihe undersigned lias-riled with the Commissioner of Revenues of the Stale of Arkansas for permit' to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for bevernije ul retail on Ihe premises described ns '120 Asii Street lllylhevlllc. Application is for penult to be issued for operation beginning on the first dny of July, 1014, and to cxpiri! on the TOlh day of June, 11M5, parent*, Mr. nii ( | Mrs. N. J. Jones, Members of the Women's Missionary Union of inminnuel Hupdst Cliurch met Wednesday with Mrs. Jake Richardson tor an nil day .soi'lal. 'llic lioi'iil.Service Program was given. Mrs. clniirt Duncan ot- tered Ih^ (levollonnl and the lesson was (nughl by Mrs, Oenrgc llugg, wllh six members Inking purt. Klglil new members were added to the membership, nnd ut noon u luncheon was serve*!. us ui'cscrlWd by Bulletin diitcd j'nn- iinry 'I. 1038 niul Suwrtomnlal Hegii- lutloil No. 10 cITccUvo July 10, 1937 Eufoid Martin & 0. A. Mnrtln. NOTICE OK FILING OF AVI'1,1. CATION KOK UfjUOB I'KKMIT . Notice Is hereby given thai "the umlerslgiicd liiw nied wltli the Commissioner of ncvoiuies or the Stntc of Arkansas for purmlt, to sell nnd dispense vinous or spirituous liquor* tor bcvcrnijo nt rctnll on the [>ieni- Iseif described us 220 K. Main St Blj'lhevMo, ! Application Is for permit, to be Issucil for operation beginning on Die first, dny of July, 1014, nnd to expire on the 30lh dny of June, 1945 us prescribed by Bulletin dated Jnn- imi-y 7, 1938 nml Supplemental ncs- uliUloi) No. lit cJIccltve July 10, 10^7. lliirvcy Sloivmi. N O T I (; K Notice Is hereby nlvcu Hint the undersigned will within tho lime fixed by law npply to tho Commissioner of Kevenuea of the State nt Arknnsns for u permit to ncll Ix'rr lit rolall nt 400 North Clh 81., Ulylhe- vlllo, MlKslaslpj)! County. 'I'lio iniderHli-iicd stnles thnt he Is ii cltlTOii of Arknnsns, of i;i)(>d C'liavaeier, Unit lie hus never l»fn If means somefhing fo all these people you buy a War Bond 1 f \ ^^-fcv-i WHEN YOU BUY a War Bond, it affects a great many people. . ' FIRST, it buys weapons for the American boys overseas.' SECOND, it encourages our fighting allies, by demonstrating that the Americanpeople are in this scrap to the finish. THIRD, it brings cheer to the starving and oppressed in • Nazi-occupied territories, because it means a quicker end >, of hunger and tyranny. FOURTH, it discourages Hitler and Tojo—and is a punch at the morale of the German and Japanese home fronts. FIFTH, it helps to guarantee peace and liberty to future generations of Americans. AND THE BLANK SPACE? Put yourtdf in that picture. For when you buy a War Bpnci, it certainly means as much to you as to anyone else in the world. It's a wonderfully advantageous way to invest your money. It pays $4 for every $3 you put in; It's safe. And it'll give you a financial nest egg—a nest egg you can use after the war for such things as buying a home, educating your children, and traveling. <,So buy more War Bonds right now—TODAY] ' ^ . convicted of a felony or other crime , nvolvlng moral turpitude, that no license to sell beer by the undersigned IMB bceii revolted within flve ycnii last ml; and that the undersigned has ngvcr been convicted of Howling the laws of this state, or nny other state, relating to the sale, of alcoholic liquors, ' T. W. EskriAge, Subscribed-mid sworn to •'before me ibis 10 day of May, 1944; .„„ .. Virgil'Greene' (Scn " ' Notary Public, My commission expires Oct7' H, 1040. Have Fun & Refrigerator Motors Cleaned For Hummer. ' Now Location 116 N 1st J. T. (Charlie) Sukup I'htioe ZW3 or ZSW ' , OLIVER FA KM EQUIPMENT Sales and Scrvlco HARRISON AUTO I'AItTS CO. 517 W. Ash j-iione Z552 We Pay HIGHEST CASH PRICES For CLEAN USED CARS See Us Today! PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 153 Walnat ,»t 5th PLUMBING AND HEATING Pumps . . . We!) 1'iiK'K . . . Strainers BUTLER ENGINEERING CO. , Ark. ,, hone 610 Logs Of All Kinds. BARKSDALE MFG. CO, Jllytheville, Ark, This space is Arkansa* Grocer Co. L. K. A»hcraft Co. Joe Atkins Machine Shop ... H. Autry, Burdette A. S. Barboro & Co. Barksdale Mfg. Co. Blythevillc Water Co. The Crafton Co. )elta Implements, Inc. ,oy Eich Chevrolet Co. KEEPBACKlNCIHEJfflM! C; a contribution to America's all-out war effort by Gay & Billing*, Inc. Guard's Jewelry & Optical Store Halter's Quality Shoe Shop Happy Hour Grocery & Mkt. Hardaway Appliance Co. Herrick'j Jewelry Hubbard Furniture Co. "'ibbard Hsrdwwi C«. Hudd!e«ton & C». Tom W. Jackson Jiedel's Robinson Drug Co. Langston-Wroten Co. I. Roscntbal, Inc. Charles S. Lemonj Rock Saliba Tom Little Hardware Co. The New York Store Pat O'Bryant Palace Cafe J. C. Penney Co, Phillips Motor Co. .) ; Rustic Inn A. G. Shibley Wholesale Grocm C..G. Smith Floyd A. Whit e • •••~\> Zellner'g Slipper Shop m rnmi ctmmTci - IAJ tAVim FIMJ NOTICE FARMERS *C' ' Since your planting is lafc, plant the best and fastest grower—• 0. & P. L. No, 14 Certified, Delinted, Ceresan Treated COTTONSEED BHK. $120 Per Ton Only A Small Amount Left BILL CRAWFORD Corner Ash & 2nd Sts. Phone 593 or 3258 WELDING! * Acetylene Welding * Electric Welding * Cold Welding I!c.U Jiciuipniciil—Best Machinists—Best Work Delta Implements, Inc. D.P.LI 4 Cottonseed 1 3-32 to Wa Inch Staple » Early Variety ALSO ARKSOY SOYBEANS 2913 EARL MAGERS

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