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WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 19<M DON'T QUOTE MB- Fulbright Leads Opponents In JLU. Vote Pol! Adkins Press Agent Says The Governor A Cinch To Win Hy JIM IXIWVING Umlril t'roxs Staff Correspondent UTTLK ROCK. May 30 IU1>) — Gleeful .supporters of Congressman J, W. Hill FulbiiKht were crowing (!iis week over the results of a recent University of Arkansas student poll taken by the Arkansas Traveler — (lie student weekly — which gave Piilljriglit a whopping bit; majority over Ills opponents in (lie senatorial race. The newspaper reported its findings ;after polling Olio students nn Ihc senate ciucstlon. Fiilbrighl received 338 votes and his nearest rival. Sen. Ilattie W. Caraway, polled twelve. Oov. Homer M, 'Adkins followed with nine, Col. T. H. liar Ion of El Dorado took seven, and J. RrjEscr Veniiblc received none. Political observers made no effort to weigh the significance of Die poll, except to point out that Fulbright—whose home is in pay- cUcvllie—was president of tlie University until ii e was dismissed in 1041. .shortly after Governor Ad- Jiins took office. There being little in the way of real political news last week, candidates and their representatives relieved tli c tedium by forecasting landslides ami interpreting the breezes to their own ends. Like Glenn A. "Bud" Green, for Instance. The astute state publicity! man who is Governor Atlkins 1 nominal press agent, asserted that "the bass" was "the nearest thing to a t 'ad pipe cinch you'll ever see in rfcansas." Newsmen asked for details. "Well," he said, "everv person of consequence who was with the BOV crnor the first time lie ran is with him right now in this senate race. "Not only that, but he has a lot of other people wiih him now. His record In office Is his bs.st hole card in thi s campaign. The people know he has given them a good administration. "Furthermore," Green said, "you will see his strength increasing as he gets into the campaign. Right now. he is actually too darned busy I working at being governor to do a lot of politicking." "I'm 11 chosen man—a cinch. I'm (ho best innn in Arkansas 'for yoil to bet your money on. They can't stop me." So said Clyde E. Byrd, incumbent state senator from El Dorado who is .seeding re-election. ""Ilus is going to be the easiest campaign of my career," he said. I "I'm just the same as back in of-' fice for another four years." Reason for allj;)ie sup,er-p|)timism. •—he has no opponent. Ben Lancy cliosc an interesting .spot for his campaign-opening address— Conway. Reason is that Con- wa v is the home town of Col. H. L. McAlislcr, campaign manager for David D. Terry. Laney's opponent ijl the gubernatorial race... im\ veteran political observer, says Ine manpower situation is causing some concern among candidates. They are having difficulty getting office staffers and stenographic help where in the past there was plenty available. "In past years." the spokesman said, "candidates could get all the help (bey wanted merely by providing the campaign headquarters with lunch money and carfare and a promise of a job after the election. "Nowadays, with good jots waiting for anyone who wants one. the competition is pretty severe." One candidate said he expected to have to pay. some salaries but probably would get at least part of his help via the carfare-lunch sys- BLYniEVlLLE (AKK.)! COUU1BB NEWS . .. .., . .... ...., , ... .... of a Jap torpedo homber, shot down as it made ;i wave-lop-Jove;! U. 3. Pacific Fleet. (Navy pliqlo from NBA) ..j nil. marks the path of death allack on a idime currier of the Gunner Asks Buddies To 'Pass His Toes' As He Sticks To Job Ky (Jniled I'rcss A few minutes before tlic battle had been hot. But now the bomber was riding easily high over Germany. Suddenly, a calm voice spoke over Ihc inter-phone system. 'Bay, Bud," said the waist gunner, "look around for ;v>mc of my toes, will you? They're bound to be in the plane somewhere.' 1 Ills right boot was soaked with blood, but he sat there in the plane, with a sandwich in each hand, and refused first aid until the plane had fought its way through the German fighters. Three of his toes were gone, and half of his foot all the way back lo the arch—was smashed inside the fleece-lined flying boot. ' B(it the waislgunncr wasn't the only calm wounded man aboard. The radioman also had just refused first aid and had patched up a dozen cuts in his own leg while staying at his post. "Both of those guys ought to get medals," said the pilot, First Lientenant Richard W. Trelcavcu of Oak Park, III. "They didn't even tell me they were wounded-until we cot into comparatively safe territory." The names of the wounded men must be withheld until their families have been notified, biit their fellow crewmen «,told- <Jiow!i they stuck to their Jobs on the .Flying Fortress which raided Cottbus, southeast of Berlin, yesterday. "Just north and east of the target 20 German fighters came nt us from all angles," said the navigator. First Lieutenant Harry B. Seraphim? of New York City. "Tiles- put fibcnt 20 holes in the plane-all within 20 millimeters and most of lliem on the right side." "Those two men must have been hit right then, but they kept on lem working and shooting (heir wins, and \vc didn't know il up front, added the co-pilot First Lieutenant William li. Lawlcy of Dennlson Tex, "Why. Ihe radio man just ke'H Icllint; me about the weather, Tra- leaven said. "They knew it mi.sn", safe yet, because we had lo fight our wr.y back. We- were cut ofl from our formation nml were out there with nobody on our side riyht then except ourselves." It was nearly 10 minutes Inter when the gunners had ceased firing that the radio mini told the "ilot of the wounds over the in- ler-plwnc and Treleavcn .started lo clircci someone ;o give him flr.« aid. "I offered to BO back," said the bombardier, Second Lieutenant L»- roy N. KreiiK-v, of Chjirlcslun, Mass. "But the waist gunner broil'; into the conversation and said 'stay at your gun. rm nil riylil. Wait until we get out of enemy territory.' There sttll was danger from enemy fighters then." After leaving enemy territory, the engineer was sent back. The engineer found the waist gunner ;.) '"" scat at the guns with n sandwich in each hand and his injured fool held out straight. Anti that's when he made the crack about looking for his lots. 111. Mr. J. S. Rushing, El Dorado dentist-oilman and candidate for governor, is reported reliably to be bringing in a Chicago advertising specialist to handle his campaign. ... .1. Bryan Sims continued to assert last week that his campaign manager had been chosen but could not be revealed for the time being. . . . Many state newspapers will be hard put to find room for extensive political advertising this year. Keeping Up With The Men In Service Motor-machinist's mate first class Cecil Vernon Council, son of Mis. Emily H. Council of BIytheville, has recently been advanced to his present rating because of outstanding courage and devotion to duty when, serving as a member of a boat pool. he assisted successfully in evacuating a battalion of Marines from behind enemy lines without loss of personnel or boats, despite heavy machine gun, mortar ami artillery fire from the enemy. Tills announcement was made by Eighth Naval District Headquarters in New Or- loans. ierjit. William \v, Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William W. Johnson of G0f> N'oidi Third St., 'Illytho vlllc. Is completing Ills training as a gunner n board one of the Army's Plying 1-VirtiTsscs at Clovls Aniiy Air Field, Clovls, N. M. J. C. Uroke Sr., whu.se wife lives ill 719 West Ash. Hlytllcvlllc," II- ccnlly was enrolled in a month's radio refresher course at. the. I'rc- lliuliu Navnl Training School located at .(he U. s. Nnval Armory In Michigan City, Tncl. His radio ability was discovered In ji series of »p- tttudc tests given during hts recruit training. Successful completion ol the short course scuds Hie Bluejacket on to an advanced radio school where iie is eligible to win n petty officer rating before being sent on to active duty. Lieut. Herbert Kugcnc Ilargett. son of Mr. and Mrs. .]. P, llmgctl ot 1MO West Main, Hlythcvillc, haf nrrlvwl at Garden City Army Ail Field. Kansas, for Hie second phase of his flight training. A former student nt Southwestern In Memphis Lieutenant HargeU, was gradualccl in law from the Tank Desti'oyei School at Cninp Hood,,Texas. He completed his primary pilot training at Cinianoii Field, Oklahoma City, and soon will graduate into i; single or twin-engine advanced school of the AAP Training Com mand. James Harold Frazier, son of W. I. Frazicr of Liixora, has been pro muted to the grade of stair sergean at u Terry and Transport Basi "somewhere In the British Isles.' Formerly employed as a sales clcrl by Ihc H. C. traylor Co., Scrgcan Frazier is now a crew chief and awial engineer on multi-cnglnc air craft of the U. S. A graduate o Liixora higl. school, Sergeant'Fra- zicr has a brother, Stair Bergt Oro vcr Fruitier, who is with the infati try somewhere In the Aslntic-Pnclfli theater of operations. Tlie promotion of Howard * Mi.ycs of Lcachvillc from the gr.-u,, of stall sergeant to that of lechm cal sergeant has recently been an uounced by the Headquarter. Squadron of the Ninth Air Porci Service Command In England. Tin son of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J. Mnye, of Hayii, Mo., Sergeant Mayes wa; -in attorney In Lcacliville prior ti entering the armed forces In IftK He received his degree In law » University of Arkansas. Faycttcvillr where he was a member of Sigi Chi fraternity. Staff Sergt. Harold L. Haiiiilloi formerly of Decring. M o ., assislan radio operator and right waist gun nor serving wilh a 15th Air Fore Liberator squadron based In Itah de ma Cassino—Wiped Off the Face of the Earth been awarded (he first Bronze hns xii Oak Ix-iif cimteV'ttV'hls'at. ,„„„„, lor meritorious achievement while 'artlclpallnn in suxlallied aerial at- iifhs against (he enemy In (he Hal•i"is, Auslrh ami Northern Italy," he award was presented by Lieut Col. jccimclli A. Cool, communclcr n» herm-anl Hamilton's group at Ceremonies held recently. Tech. Beryl, John li. Wcditiiinn, PAGE FIVE,,; " "lees, execylcirs, creditors,' utu'1/ur known, Hie D'UIIIIM ._ persons being as follows, (o-wll: c. K. Dilvls, Manltn, Arkansas; it' Is IwiTby ordered lh«t Ihe nbove nutncd nun-residents defendant.'! and llm unknown heirs, dlstrllmtees, devisees, MVP TO! In the European wtir In Ihc United !!'(> Wslrlcl of Arkansas, Joncsboro . United Slates o[ America, er, Vs. No. J-270 Civil, 337,H3 icies of land, mmo m i m> B u, m | ( , ti Mississippi County, Slnlc of Ar- uinsns; Htley Diinkln, et ill., Dofrn- iants. OHUHH OP I'UDLICATION. •>P<"i application of (he plalnllu, hilled Stales of America, duly verified. 11 appearing tlml the United Slates of America has commenced In this Court a stilt lo condemn niiil enforce a legal claim lo certain Iracls of land lylim mid being stt- I'ale In Mississippi County, Arknn- sns. said hinds being specifically ilescrlbcd In pliilntllfs complaint us follows: Tract No. E. 1001, The frae- llmial south half ts',i) ot Ki'cllou Twenty (20), Toivnshlp Flflcen (15) North, HaiiBC Nine (0) Fast of Hie Fifth (5th) Principal Meridian, Mississippi C'onnly, Arkiinsiis, lex* nnd except l,ots Four (-1) and Fivit (5), and ii parcel of land lying in the southeast corner containing ilve- lenths (0.5) acre and described an being one hundred live (105) feet north and south by two hundred len (210) feet east and west, containing in (lie aggregate, two hundred ninety-seven and Ihlity-llncc hundredlhs (201.33) acres, mom or less. Tract No. K. lOlli, The northeast quarter <NE >,',) of the Northeast quarter (NEW) of Section Tlilr- ly (30), Township Fifteen (151 North, Illume Nine (U) fCust of the Fiitli Principal (5th) Mevldiau, Mississippi County, Arkansas, containing, In the aggregate, forty (HO.O) acres more or less. The combined acreage nf these tracts Is three hundred thirty-seven and thhiy-lhi'ce hUndrcdths (337.33) acres, more ur less. Said suit being nn action of llio United Stales of America to condemn said Innd for tlic use and bcnenl of Ihe United States of America tor use In connection with Ihe establishment of Auxiliary Field No a, lo IJIylliDvlUe Army Alrlicld. Illy, lucvillc. Arkansas, a nilllliiry purpose vltiil to the successful'prose- cution of the war, and It appearing to the court that the following named defendants, an dthclr unknown heirs nl law, to-wll: Kansas City Life Insurance Company, Kansas City, Missouri; J. M. Moll, 215 North "13" Street, Poplar Bluff, Missouri are, not Inhabitants of and are not found within this District, and nre nonresidents of Ihis Slalc, and thai '.hey have not voluntarily entered their appearances herein, and tlml personal service upon said above named defendants cannot be hud, and it appearing to Die conn, thai the persons named hcrelnbclow are deceased, mid Hint the names of tlielr :> hcirs, distributees, dcvlscs u lcg Ancient Roman ruins stand as m UUor desolation is the scene Jitter .. '.. ._ !).p'<?s, and left only legatees, executors, creditors, and/or assigns nf Uio above named deceased person, and each of I hem, appear, plead, aii- wcr, or demur lo Ihc said complaint, lied by the petitioner, Untied Binles if America, on or before Ibe 74th day of June, 1911, nnd In di'fault IheK'yf that llio court will proceed lo ft hearing nnd adjudication of published In u newspaper of general -•Irnilalluil in Mississippi County, Arkansas, once a week lor four con- sewitlve wi-rks. Tills 17 day of May, IIM'I. (s) Thomas C. Trimble, Jndgu. A true copy I certify, Clriuly MlllrV Clerk. By: ulxio N. Tollr-wii, u, o. 6-2^3l-(j-7-i.( In the Unld-d Sillies District Court, liustein District ol Arkansas .lunvslxuii Division. United States nf America, Petitioner vs. No. j-ays Civil, lit) acres of land, num: or less, In Mississippi County, Arkansas, ami K. 1!. lloyd, et al., DefeiHlants, or dor ot Publication. U|ion application of Iho pliilniur, United Stales of America, duly vcrllied, It appearing that the United Stales of America IMS commcnci'il In tills court u suit to I'omlmin and enforce- u legal claim (o certain tracts of land lying and being tiltutdc in Mississippi Cnunty, Arkansas, said lands being specifically described In plaln- tlll's complaint us follows: Tract No. H. The Southwest Quarter (SWH) of Sedk'ii Twcnly-KlBhl <-'ft); Hast Hulf (!•:',';) of the Northeast Qunr- ter (NHVi) of Scctlim Thirty-Two Ihe Northwi'st Quarter (NW 1 /,) of Section Thirty-three (33), Township Plfteen <l!i) North, Hangc Nino (U) Kast of Ihc I'lflh i6lh) Principal Meitilliin. MLssKslppI County, Arkansas, cunliilnlng In llio nijgre- gute (Inec Imndred Iwcply (320) .., ••,-<.- ^. less, Trncl No. K 1005. '« Wkl Ilalf <\V',i) of Hie North- CJ>st|j!<JjKuler (NK',i) of Section 'riil|ty-lwo (32), Township Fifteen (15) 'Nu'rlli, numjo Nine (9) Hast of Ihc Fifth <(ith) Principal Meridian, Mississippi county, Arkniisus, conlatnlng In the aggrcgalo eighty (HO) acres, more or less. Tract No. F. 1007. The Northeast Quarter (NF, VI) of Ihe Norlhwesl Quiuler (NW «)» of Section Thlrly-livo (32), rownshlp I'lllcun (IS) Norlh, Uanuc Nino ((I) Kiwi of the Fifth (5th) I'rlncliial Mrrlillun, Mississippi County, Arkansas, containing In the aggregale forty MO) acres, more or less. Bald suit being an action of tho United Slates of America lo condemn snld land for Hies uso and iKiiclll of the United Sliiiiu of America for use In connection with Uio estaWlshnieut of the Manila Auxiliary Field No. 3. to the Advanced Twin Knglno Training School Airfield, Blyiliuvlllc; Artauisns, nnd It "'Inn lo (hu court that Ihc fol- --.., nnmed defendants, and their unknown heirs nt law, lo-ivll: K, u. Huyd, Tyrony.a, Arkansns; Jewel <lny of June, isii, and In default'' thereof lhat Hie Court wllJ'proccVrf ' lo « hearing and'adjudication ol • salt! suit, nnd that this order be published in'a ncwspajwr of general clrculalion In Mississippi County: Ai'ktDisiis, once a week for four con- seculivo weeks. Tills 3rd 'day^'of May, 1011 (s) Thomas O.'Trimble,"' Judge. A true copy I certify, arady • Miller, clerk, jiy Dbjlc N. Tolleson, " " • < 5110-17-24-31 . O. siil* Sf.lt, OS THK ' D Allt NOT USING ««r -««hl Also liberal tntie-tn aU*wm>M t<* Inmlturt 'to new. Alrin Hardy Form. Co;' '7 K. M.tn rho« Ml ({odgcis, •;{. Margaret Aslinurnimcr, AiRiinsiis; ' Manila, .mill Hank of 81. I/>uls, Missouri; flnslws.1 Men's Assurance Company of America, Kansas City, Missouri; Land Dank Commissioner,, of 81, Louts, Missouri; liussell C. Kieeman and Dorothy D. Klocman, hts wife, Lake I'lovldeuce, lx>ulslana; J, T. AshnbnmniT, single, 370l)-lliS7, CM C, till TO lln. Al'O 201 1'. O. Sail Francisco. California; Hay D. Asliu- hrannor, 1'fc. sliiKlc ASN a020!),Vlt), 3rd Company, KCPC-SCbU-irj'J, Camp I'.'dwards, Massachusetts; arc not Inhabllnnls of and nro not found within this District, and arc nonresidents of this stale, and that Ihey have not voluntarily entcn'd their appearances herein, and lluit persmnil Mfrvlrc upon said aliovo named defendants cannot be had; II la hereby ordered that llio above named nonresident defendants, 'mul I'ach of them, appear, plead, answer, or demur lo the suld complaint Mtod by the petitioner, United States of America, ,on or hcforu the Kith She's a disease-carrying Quick I Qcl llio FLIT, Suva yontscH from tlio bilo tbnt brings bllniliig-cliilllnK miseries of innlnrin. Ycsl Fill kill) Anopheles, llio imilarin inos(\ullOj ps surely ns it IIIO\VB down common liaujoliold inosqultiloi. So wily tnko n clmncu? llulp protect your fnmily from Ibis winged scourgq . , . buy a big muuly of Flit, May! FLIT kills tiles, ants, tnotiis, bedbugs and all mosquitoes, C*pi. mi, Eunc,, lnccip«ri BE SURE IT'S FLIT! ASK rOt (HI YlllOW CONTAIN!* WITH INI1UCK BAND! 8PTICBL STORE i-et UH Help SAVID YOUK EYE8I , 2<>a W. Main St. I'hone ?»12 WE FH.l, AU, DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONET STEWART'S Dm, St*r e i«»tn A IJtkt Phoa, jj WANTED: Bring Your Leftover ' SOYBEANS tO US. : ,',.,/ V Blytheville Soybean 1800 West Main riumu 850— sS?: "'.' • Try our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn fr«m High HchMl OLIVER ••-;": KAUM HQUH'MENTi •; •••'"• Sales and Scrvlcn H ARR \ SO^'•••••? AUTO ['ARTS -CO: •"•'"• 511 W. Asli , . I'hDDo ,2552' ANNOUNCEMENT UNDER Having purchased that part of the stock owned by Mr. Tom A. Little in the Corporation formerly known as Tom . : Little Hardware Company located at 126 W. Main Street/ . BIytheville, Arkansas, the owners herewith make formal announcement of change in name.of the Corporation, which in '" the future will be known as PLANTERS HARDWARE COMPANY, Inc. There has been no change in the operating personnel of the Corporation except the election of R, C. Farr to off ice of ' President and General Manager, succeeding Mr. Little, and Chester Caldwell as Treasurer, office formerly held by ; M'r. Farr in the Corporation. Other officers are: Fred Fleeman Vice-President; H. W. Mahan, and A. H. Webb, directors. We solicit the patronage of the community served by our '- : store and pledge ourselves to maintain a line of hardware • that will enable the public to obtain as many critical items as' •our supply houses are able to furnish, in addition to supplies on which no priority is required. Investigate our Budget Plan service which is available to qualified customers on purchases that wouid be a burden to handle in one payment. J. Wilson Henry, Store Manager, with his years of experience in the hardware business, will gladly help solve your hardware problems if you will call on him.

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