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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 27, 1945
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JTUKSIMY, l-'KJJKUAlty 27, 1945 World Security McCiellan Topic Three Great Powers Must Work Together, Senator Declares LITTLE HOCK. Feb. 27. (Ul'i- Arkiinsas' senior United Slates senator, John f,. McClcHun, says -i third world war will lake place un- IP.S.S niissln, KiiRlnml ami the United Stales use their joint powers to build u lasting niul permanent peace McClellan says that wilh the tlnee Brent nations workliiB logcther to keep the would-be nijgrossor nations disarmed there will not lx> another war of any yreal innjjnltudf. And he added: "Tl>p rrri-iit conference at Dumbarton Onks and the one just !in- ishcd at Valla are steadily | mi ld»)l! toward an inlernalional security pruuram." McClffllnn declares that under war conditions nmcli of (lie ,, OWPr VPsU>(i in Cont-ress by. the CoDstiliitlon 1ms been passed on u> various l-'cclcnl AKCIICIW; and thr- executive branch of Die government, Hut says that once the war oml.s. the Senate and House of Ucprescntatives must act at once lo reclaim this power Speakint; before a Joint session of Hie Altai,.™ leslslnture yesterday afternoon, McClellan put hhiiseir »n record as being opposed to any move to end free enlerprise. liut he said tie government will have to take its share of the responsibility in providing employment for war workers and returning service men I lie Arkansas senator said improvement of higliu'ays, development of water resources, soil conservation and Hydro-electric power could be sponsored by the Government lo aid in the employment program. C/0 Plans Dr/'ve To Organize White Collar Workers Of U. S. JLYTIIEVlLLBCpUlUEll NEWS .' HOltGMS UKSKN NKA Staff Correspondent State Bar Association Dues Arc Payable Now LITTLE HOCK, Ftb. 27 <UP)~ Ai'Kim'ns lawyers have onlv one morc day j,, , v lii,.h („ ,,.„,' tlldl . Bar Associntion clues. Carl Slcraison. clerk of the Arkansas Su|>rcnicn Court .says fiiat after Mr.rcli 1 a ,,,, nalty gocs into effect. «n all association clues, llinl have not been unid bv Hint time. The one-dollar a year M KS go to nnyiM.; expenses of the Bar Assoclnlion Rules Cominiltce i According to Stevenson, some 300 ! Arkansas lawyers hiu-e /tilled (o ' pay their dues .so far. ire says -PC members of Arkansas- legal profession who are in the armed services are beiiie carried as "paid-un" members until they return to civilian life. "'fiiiiiiMUi; tile millions of whltc-collnr workers Into u muted front to battle- the eost- of-llvlng foe will bo one of the major iirotsrains O f the CIO within n few months, National Director of Organisation Alnn Haywood h;is revealed. Although not stated openly u Is known Unit Philip Murray CIO president, sees Ihls potentially powerful group as a serious political threat to the rest of lubor. He Is worried I tint management, will play one group oft against the other claiming tluU labor cosls tire so terrific that office workers can't be Bivcn more money. Or. Hint other white-collar groups will IK prona- gimdlMrt into believing they have been neglected because of tlie liog- Kisimess of labor. On the record Murray says that the existence of this huye block of underpaid workers nets as n drag on the whole economic structure. Pcrhsps because (hey are aware of the real seriousness' of this situation, CIO leaders arc cmbarklnp on an entirely new line of attack to work U out. They state openly that they aren't interested In new members. What they arc striving for is the creation of a sort of legislative council composed of all whlte-co tor organizations to cooperale o united action. No organization wou lose Its identity or be urged affiliate. Preliminary step was taken at Wlillc-Collar Conference held b the CIO in Washington recently which a score of indepemlen groups were invited. Heprcsente were such organizations as the VO-H erful National Education Associn lion, with a membership of approx mately 000,000 tenchers, nnd oth< scientific and educational groups WANT l\t)EI>KNI>EN'CK James Carey. National CIO sei rotary and treasurer, was given tl job of organizing for future nctio Representatives, to the Conferem were told what could be done wit cooperation and urged to return an talk it over with their organlza tions. That is the stains of th drive now. Murray's plan was received yei warmly by most groups and 'th prospects appear to be good for direct action. Even if the independent outfits are recalcitrant, CIO allillatcd groups arc strong enough to make a loud note by themselves lliese include i; lc powerful United Federal Workers of America anil the United Office arid Professional Workers of America. As ball for the National Education Association, federal aid to education was proiwscd as one of (he (list Items lo be taken up when joint action would get under way NEA ofTielnl. Dr. Donnkl DtiSluim- after the Conference, was enthusiastic over the Idea bill was firm about his group maintaining complete Independence. hours in the death of my dear liu.-, band and father. May God bless a of you. Mrs. J. C. Privett & childre CAK1) OF THANKS We wish to express ollr si ,, ccre thanks and gratitude lo each and everyone for the .kindness ami sympathy shown us during our sad FOR SALE CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL SIZES Clicaper Than Bridge Lumber Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Ph °ne C91 Oscwl*. Art Slop worrying aboul starting your car. Prepare for power today with a stronger, longer - lasting A11- Wealher battery. Faclory-frosh All-Wealhors are beller and bigger in capacily than mosl "original equipment" batteries, give you starling power when you need it. Measured in miles, or months or dollars, it's your best bailery buy. Slop in today and;" perk up your car wilh a lasl- starling, low-cost Goodyear All- Weather battery. "«>r ik .1 yyur lies II 45 OTHER GOODYEAR BATTERIES FROM 7.80 &OOD/VEAR 'HO W. fllain Phone 2492 Engineers' Day To Be Observed University Students Will Pay Tribute To Profession's Leaders PAYETTEvUiLE, Ftb, ^T — Although the festivities of the dnw »ill be Brcally subdur d uecniise of " lc »'? r ' sUKlcnU in the University °f Arknnsss College of Engineering will observe their annual Engineers' Day on March 2. , °" , Ul . at . 1 <*W H»c cnelnecrs pav special tribute to the leaders of their profession and Initiate (he engineering students Hearing griicl- '.1.11011 Into the order of St. Pnt- ricx, the patron saint of engineers. PnTri' r 8 . , S WC1 ' C nomi "nted as "St. Pntricm. to reign over the En K i- b i , • bu the winner of the honor will not^bc nnnoiinccd uiitil Engineers' «™ 1 T| Cl ," 0ni " Wlcd for «>c honor were Llbby Womnck of Port Smith " ^'"omofc In (he College of Arts . nd Sciences; Shara Collie of Mal- Ars' an rcqsl ! m: '» '"the college of Arts and Sciences; Marjoric Mayo. of asccoa a sophomore in the ° ^ rllS and Sciences; and nce. Raymond of One™ Fin ' Bod Dog May Keep Mailman From Your Door WASHINGTON. 1'Vu. 27 (U.I'.) — There's mi old I'ostoffl.i- Department slogan (o the effect Hint neither wind nor snow <>v sonie- Iliiiiij can stay these couriers, el ceteni. liul that inotlo doesn't suy a thins nbon( dons. So If your doi; has u swro t lootli tor mailmen you hud better keep i" Ilie liunsi- during delivery hours. Else you won't be gelling finy mall, 'Hie I'ostofficc Drpnrtmcnl hni reminded i( s |,>itcr nuTlcrs of i imsliil regulation which snyii llnv tlicy are not to delivev mall at homes where vicious dc«s are iil- lowetl to run at. largo, or run nl mailmen, to ], c mn „,„,.,, S|)re |f| c .. 'I'hc reminder Is prompted by (.In fact Hint. 1,259 mailmen were bit ten by (tons last year. A spokes mini jays that wns loo many. "We're r.o.Oflu short now?' he said, mcnnlng, of course mailmen. NOT1CK ()].• SAM) In flm CJiaiicery Oiurt for ( CliU'liiisiuvlin Dlslrlrl of MIs- stlijil ('(iiinlj-, Arkansas. 'I'otn Marlln, und H. li. Crawford. Trustee. ..Pliilnlilts vs. No, d-IM W. A. llulton, vl a! Uefcndants Notice Is hereby given (hat the undersigned, commissioner in Chancery, will, pursuant, to Ihc order of the Chancery Court for Ihc Chicka- siiwba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, rendered on tho 23d day of August, 1014, In cause number 8W9 pending wherein Tom Martin and II. n. Crawford, Trustee are plaintiffs and \v. A. Huiiou. Thclnm Louise Mutton, Mrs Olga Hullon, Mrs. H. D. Alston, Airs. W. A. Thleme. Mrs. Frank Nowlln. Mrs. Clyde MllUgiiii, Kdgnr Hutton, Joe JlnUoii, Mrs. Jewell llutlon and Mrs. H. D. Koblnson are defendants on the laiti duy of March. 1915, offer for sale at public auction, nl the Smith (front) door of the Uoun House for the Chlckasiiwba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas lo the highest and best bidder, the fol- ? Imps in each nostril shrink mcmliranoa.'cole) stuffrd n<Mo ojums.C™- limds an.. ...„, ,.... lnl . -Ulckiisawbii District of Mississippi -o»hty, Aiknnsiis, to-wll: ' •Count one (I): A tract of Inud. one in acre si|Unve, In the soulh- «'nst (HK) corner of lot Him- t;ti in UK- North-west quarter INW.) <'f the-Noith-ensl qtinrtor INK 1 ',) of section Ihtvty-one (31), lown- • s l>lp Ilttcen (1C) north, range nliit- yl oast, which properly lli-s «(!- J:uvnl to the west line of |t u > jWH-oi-wny of Ai-kitnsiis Stale niHhway number IB. ( '<Jimt two (2): One (1) Continental Oln, 3-00 saw gin saws, wllh «»e (I) lluckeye Diesel eiiHlne. lo- ruled on n certiiln raid (|) n m IHol of Ki'fluml on Dalllmore AJ'i--! "no, In .tin-, town of Mnnllii, Mississippi county, Arkiin.Mis, ond known us iiiu WoiKlron-. Hut Uln. Count thron iai: One '.onlal 90 III 1 Buckeye oil 'Cni'lnn «o. M73; Ihrce (31 ..stands'(,r'««. inw Contlncnlal gins, nos.' 2-i:«iii- LM-iaa and 2439U; Ihrce CD MU- ('lioll deaners mid feeders iillnch- «l lo said jjliiK and mnnbrrcd illl'l-9715 nnd 971(!: OIIB (1) pitlr oi wngon scales aim one (1) pair "f collon pliilfonn sciilL-s; also nil shafting, ijell.s and pulleys used In connection with Hit- use of snId machinery; double pivsS "ltd cotton packer; all conveyors I'lpcs anil lutings. Also tin-' gin house and cotton house in which •said machinery w , ls ti )cn nll( | ls now located In Ihc city of Munlln Clilckasawba District of Missis- County. Arkansas on u imcl of huul one (1) iicre S(|iinre, In the- south-east coiner of lot three (3) In (lie North-west <|imrler (NW'/i) of Hie North-eiisl (iiinr- U-r (NEiil. section thlvly-om. 131). township llfteen (ir>l north rniiR« nine (D) cast, which prop.' i-iiy lira adjacent to the west Urn- i)I the rlniit-of-Wiiy of Arkansas stiito hlnhwiiy No, ||), ,n I( | f,, r . Ihcr (U-Fciibod as helnn and com- nionl.v known and rctcrrcd (« us the Woodrow Hulloii cthi. b'uld sale will i)c held Ijclwecn the hours of nine o'clock In Hie forenoon and three o'clock m ti M . afleriuiiiu of the date aforesaid, upon (he f»). lowliiu leiius: On a credit of n m .,, iiionlhs. H Is fmlhr-r ordem! ilml said uAderslsjncd coiumlssioner shall nccepl bids upon ,snld Innds mul properly as a slnt;lc nult or In M-p- unile lols mul divisions MS hercln- "A Bettor Place To Eat The New PALACE CAFE —Sli-rtlis, ('Imps. Ki-afoinl. <.'liM(- i-n, Vi'Ki-lalilcs nnilieil Jusl Illn liome. alwve described ns count; one-,-two mill three respectively, 'cither of which ho may accept depending Won which uf Ilia two shall bring the liirt-cst and most amount of money. The purchaser ut such sale will be required to K lw bond, with approved security, ( 0 secure the payment of the purchase price and n lien will be retained on said Innds mid property further ( 0 secure such purchase money, WITNKSS my huiid this 19 day of February, 10-15. IIARVKY MOURIS ' Coniinls.iloiK.-r In Chancery. 2[20-27 WONDERFUfRELIEF 1-foin Bladder Irritations ' Now Open In OSCEOLA! (Jusl North uf Courlhnnse On Old lialluTmiml) WILSON TIRE SHOP Guaranteed RECAPPING & VULCANIZING of I'asseiiRcr Car, Truck ami Tractor Tires GKARf. THKEK TlltKS. TUIIKH and UEl.INKKB (Nn Ccrilllcnlcs llcipdrcil) DON EDWARDS "The Tj-pcwrller Mun" SMITH, CORONA. AND HUMINOTON ITfPEWKITERB UB N, 2nd STREET (Ewrj Transaction Must Hi) H:\ttsriiclory PORTABLE PHONE 338'J THREE IMPORTANT FEATURES Our ycHvs of cxp.-i-ie.K-c have taught UK Uutl you customers deem -service and thrift Iho H, rce mosl im| , 01 . lan , ft ,. Uln . Cs ,„ m)y ( , n , establishment! W u have wo.'kcd to bring them to YOU . . . , JU1I ^ V of mute-rials we work with, extra service even in wartime, incimli.* deliveries, pick-ups and fast work, ami thrift with low price* ;.iul teed cleaning. In A Hurry? . , . Ask For Our Special 24 HOUR SERVICE! Here's a service. Ihal's Reared to (he Im.sfle of busy wartime days Were especially careful lo give garments handled on this r.Mi basis (he same care and attention they K el in ,, ur regular drv in :lllil Three Expert Alteration Tailors at Your Service! Cleaner-Tailor-Chthier I'iimouj doctor's discovery acts on Ihe hiiiiicys to increase urinu and relieve juiiiftil l)| llt f(f cr (rrilalions caused by tsccts ncidily i n Ilie urine '' '""I"'. 1 """ lo >i,rf 01 .,,, __ PAGE FIVH- How Sluggish Folks Get Happy Relief WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you (eel punk at Ilie dlcktns, brings on stomach H, 1 'l?f l> n* 0 n r i 1 ," t f, 1 *""? dl'tOWl'"!. ako p,. 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Crawford Service Station S. Division & City Limifs — Phoric 921 We CaH For and Deliver Cars! Siicciiilisls In Greasing -Tire Repairs-Washing '' '' , r . I-. "Joe 1 CoSncr Don'f Waif Unfil Spring To Have Your lnn . - »™»ng,ur8.v II.IVIIK us check and repau- your tractor now We also specialize in sk,,m cleaning .-.nd Jiiilritlng madMne!? JUST ARRIVED! NEW CROP SPRING GARDEN SEED ! PAUL BYRUM Ailis-Chalmers Dealer II '1-122 K.Alain (Formerly Very Scarce) . STEEL WOOL IN 1-LB. PACKAGES • : Pure Shellac. Aluminum, Paint. Night Latches. Electric Chyrns. Padlocks Electric Solder Irons. Hawaiian Wigglers. Shannon Spinners. —All In 1'lenliful Q«»ti(ilics At ^ '-: PLANTERS HARDWARDE £0. I2G W. Jlalu Complelo llardwatc Store Fhocc 515 ;

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