The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1944 · Page 8
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BLYTHEVILLE (AUK') COURIER NEWS Life Model Of FlipCorkin Returns Home • / ' By United Press , Colonel- Philip G. Ccchran, colorful chief of the First Air Commando Force In Buima, lias come home to report on air-borne operations In Far Eastern Jungle . The War Department announces that C Cochran .will report to General Arhold, Army Air Force com- riiarideiyon his mission in Burma— now completed. Cochran,' the real life model for Flip'Corkln of the comics, brought & new perspeclive of the future of sky -borne armies. He says, "We have : only scratched the surface of (lie possibility of ' moving . armies by air." Cochran added that his air commandos proved lhat armies raii be placed in .strategic places by air. His glider forces recently flew British Chlndlts deep behind enemy lines. '.The 'colonel also told of the fierce : touch and go of jungle > fighting. He said often one end of an air strip would be held by the British and the other end by the Japanese. A plnne taking off at one end, he said, would sometimes be shot down at the oilier end of the strip. Another . battlelront observer, Nelson Johnson. American minister to Australia, also has returned hoinc with a story to tell. Johnson, who toured the New Guinea baltlclront, says he was told fewer Americans were killed in the entire New Guinea campaign than at the Aralo beachhead In Italy. He described the Invasion at Hollandia like tills: "It actually amounted to the lifting of a city the 'size of Madison,. Wis., with Its utilities, restaurants, police force, hospitals and transportation, protecting Jt from the enemy, and placing It down 500 miles from the starting point. Four warehouses In England are required to,store Hie gilts of knitted garments scnl to the troops by Canadian women. HIGHLIGHTS FROM Of EST~BOOKS Seven Of Hitler's Generals Get X-Rayed In New Book "Hitler's Generals," by W. E. Hart (Doublcdny Dorau: $3,15) provides a valuable close up of seven of Germany's leading generals and two admirals—men who symbolize even more than Hitler himself the forces the Allies will soon face on continental Europe. Rommel, whose reputation as the' wily "desert fox'" wits so well played up that even his crushing defeat In Africa did little to deglamorlze him In the public mind, appears at a distinct disadvantage in Hart's book. The author, a former Qcr- man officer now In England, and who served at one time or another under the military leaders whom he sketches, pictures Rommel as not at nil cagey or even a good general, but a smart politician, deft at ballyhoo, who hitched his wagon to Hitler's star, and by that alone reached his present rank. General von Prltsch,. who supposedly was killed In action on the Polish front, died quite a different death, according to Hart. One narrow and highly dramatic escape from Hitler's henchmen was followed by another trap, but this time the jaws'did not miss. The book is more tlmn n series of profiles. It Is the story of the struggle between the old-line military and the Haul upstarts, of plots and counterplots. But despite the internecine warfare, all of these "supermen" had one goal In common; German domlmillon of the world. Of particular Interest Is Hart's evidence confirming the early suspicions of the. more far-sighted —that Germany Iwgan rearming ul- jnost as soon as other nations hud laid down Ijiolr weapons at^h'e conclusion of World War I. The book Is important. Gen. Dwlght D. Ktsenliower seeins to agree, ns a copy of "Hitler's Generals" was reported'recently as being on his desk at the Allied Command Headquarters. ' " .•*«*• niKKCHANT MAKINK SAGA "Battle of the Oceans" (Live- right: $2.50) Is the story of the gallant men and ships of the British merchant navy. There Is no more dramatic and poignant talc of heroism llufu that of tho men of the merchant marine, and the author, Warren Armstrong, has chronicled their life with the authenticity and color which only a seafaring man could do. The author sets his tales of the deeds of the merchant seamen ngnlnst tho historic background of England nt war from the bleak days of 1038 to 1043, He shows how Hitler's plan to use U-boats to cut Britain's supply lines was courageously thwarted by the British royal and merchant navies. The rutlilessncss and cruelty of the U-boat commanders Is vividly portrayed by the author's description of England's struggle to clear Hie seas of this menace. The role played by the British seamen In the evacuation of Dunkirk, the landing of Allied troops In North Africa, find the convoying of men mid supplies to the Allied tuitions is described with dramatic force. Having lived, worked and fought with Britain's merchant Bcamcn of both World Wars, the author sets forth his hcltcf that these men arc the real heroes of this, and the first World War. * * * You do n lot of thinking about where the "crooked candle" comes Into tho story before you finally find out that it plays the major part In the solving of "Tho Case of the Crooked Onndlc," by Brie Stanley Gardner (Morrow: $2). • Book Is the usual clever plot of the writer built around Perry Mason, his fictional lawyer and crime solver dd luxe. The murder itself takes place aboard a yacht, and involves karacul sheep, oil promoters,'.'the usual bevy of beautiful gals, and the crooked candle. Try to figure out how the candle plays such an 1 Important part In the solution of the mystery be- foro you're halfway through the book. It's a long!ile. -•-.•«» C'AVAf.KV CAI'KltS Another In a series of Ixwks describing the life of your son.and mine In the armed forces Is "He's in the Cavalry Now," by Brlg.-Gen Rtifus S. rtamuy (McBrlde: 52.75).' First off, you probably have the Idea that the cavalry Is still a horse-ojicra branch of the services But you'll get a distinct surprise hi learning how K has been modern- iMd through mechanization. Sure the boys still know how to ride horses, but they also know how to move with trucks, jeeps, amphibians and execute all the frontal and Hanking maneuvers with mechanized power that made the cavalry so famous back In the days when the horse was the difference between winning and losing a buttle. General Fiamey, lop word In cavalry strategy, has gone to great pains to tell how youngsters are nut through the rigors of .present day training. And you cap. be 'assured that, after coming out of this course, our cavalrymen are more modern and belter conditioned than imy others, and llial they are following a tradition that has been one of tho most Illustrious In the armed forcer, of the country. • * * • Little, but, oil, my! That brlclly descrlljes the subject of "Microfilming," n little book that, tells n'hlg slory about the photographing o,f V-mall and Important documentary statistics in miniature form. WrU- tcn by Ralph De Sola, it is'pub- lished by Essential Books, and'sell.- for'jl.50. .: The book Is another of those.of especial Interest to photographers, professional and amateur alike, since it gives a series of highly specialized formulae for developing and printing these miniature negatives, and explains the hun- drcd-and-one uses the process can be used for. : I.lglil Research WORLAND, Wyo. (UP)—A columnist for Worlnnd paper has a new comment on college degrees. She writes: "You've seen learned men and women with all those Initials after their names: MD, DD, L.LD "I Just found out whnl they .stand for: Malrzy Boats, Dozy Douls, and I,lddle Lnjnsy Divey." .. Honey • Brook Is the name of n community In Pennsylvania. FRIDAY, JUNK 2, 1944 Chancery Awards Father Custody Of Daughter Custody of the 13-year-old daughter has been awarded to the father, and her . elght-ycnr-/>ld' brother will remain with his mother In the divorce stilt granted A. J. Scott from Ida B. Scott In Chancery Court recently. The divorce was granted on grounds of Indignities: • Two other divorce suits were also granted In Chancery Court on grounds of Indignities. They were Floyd Ooswlck vs. Stsscl Go.swlck, and William M." Davis vs. Clirls- teiie Davis. . Filing for divorce were the following: Wilrmv Pauline Carter vs Ralph' Carter; Silas Lester vs.' Cclia Ann Lester; Ella Phillips vs. J:IKICS Phillips, and'fhcodow (James li.i Greer vs. Rosa Grecr. In «••' restraining order granted lu which Annie Meyers was named as plaintiff, she was granted a temporary order restraining 1 and enjoining lite defendants, Mux Meyers, Adol|ih> Meyers, Sophia Meyers and Mrs. Goldiua liaxxcll from entering lier home or disturbing her In any manner. !n llic Chancery .Court Fur Tlic Chlckiisau'bii District of Mi.ssis- .sippl County, Arkansas. Curl Lawrence Pleasant, Plaintiff, vs. Ellamay Pleasant, Defendant WARNING ORDER Tlic, defendant, Ellamay 'Pleasant, Is called to appear in the Chancery Court-of the Chlckasawtm District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, with answer to Complaint of the plaintiff, Carl Lawrence Pleasant. Witness my hand ami seal of said Court thereof, this Jst day of June 19H. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. I5J2-0-1C-23 N'OTIG'K Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to. the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for n permit to sell beer lit retail at 109 So. 2nd, Blythcvlllc, Mississippi Coiinly. Tho nndi'i'slgncd stales thai he is a citlWMi of Arkansas, of good moral characler, llial lie has never been convlclcd of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license lo sell beer by the undersigned lias been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other slate, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Russell K. Marr. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1 day of June, 1944. Oscar Alexander 'Seal) Notary Public. My commission.expires 3)14-1945. NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR PERMIT. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of tlic State of Arkansas for permit to sell and ' dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as Russell Marr's Liquor Store, 109 S. 2nd., Blytheville, Ark. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the first day of July, 1944, and lo expire on the 30th day of June, 1945, as prescribed by Bulletin dated January 1, 1938 and Supplemental Regulation No. 19 effective July 10, 1937. Russell K. Mnrr. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given lhat the undersigned will within Ihc time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell bee,' at retail at 300 E. Main, Blythevlllc, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of goad 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 years last past; and lhat the undersigned has never been convicted of DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Night* 9:30 to 1 O'Clovk In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 65c Inel. Tax CHICKASAW West Main Near ZIsl St. Bat starts 12:45} Bun. starts 1:45 Night shows 5:45 Except Monday, opens 6:45 Continuous shows Sat. and Sun. Friday and (Saturday Double Feature "LAW OF THE SADDLE' with Boh Livingston & Al Si. John and "JUNGLE SIREN" with Ann Corlo SKRIAL: "Adventures of the Flying Cadets", Chapter !. \ Comedy Sunday and Monday "KING'S ROW" with Ann Sheridan & Robert Cummings Universal News SHORT: "Soldiers In White" violating the laws of this state, or any other stale, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. G. C. Hawks Subscribed and sworn to before me this l day of June, 1944. Oscar Alexander 'Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires 3|14]1945. One species of mushroom, Amanlta Phalloidcs, Is one of the deadliest of all poisons. There is no known anlidotc for it. NEW THEATRE Manila's Finest Shows Nightly at 6:30 MATINEES Saturday & Sunday »t 1 Friday THE BIG SHOW with Gene Autry Serial & Short Saturday 'WESTERN CYCLONE' A P. B. c. Thriller SERIAL & SHORT Saturday OWL SHOW "JAMBOREE" with Michael O'Shca & Susan Hayward Selected Shorts Sunday and Monday "BUFFALO BILL" ~ with ™ Maureen O'llara & Joel McRea, Fox News & Short r for youri. Summer wardrobe aer mesh coo/y tailored in the famed shops of HART SCHAFFHER & MARX Exclusively in Blytheville at You'll be hot and uncomfortable this summer unless you are wearing an Aer-Mesh Weave suit, by Hart Schaffner & Marx. For in Aer-Mesh cooling breezes filter in through 18,144,100 open windows, (there are approximately 3,000 pores per square inch that ventilate the zephyr-weight, all-wool, allcool, fabric of Aer-Mesh Weave suits.) So if you're literally sticking to your regular-weight suit, plan now to change to Aer-Mesh. Available in cool summer tones al only =• V

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