The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1945 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 20, 1945
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TUESDAY, I!' In Berry Ceiling"-" Congressmen To Talk With OPA Officials In Washington WASHINGTON, Mar. 20 .UP) — Forty Senators and ncprreenl.itliri from .str;i\vberr y producing sl:itc's IJlnn to protest 'tlic new straw berry ceilhi!,' price. The Oftice of Price Administration ha-, announced thai tlio new Pice of $7.80 for 24 quart crates will bo effective on May 2nd A meeting called by Bc-nater Tom Ueivart. of Tennessee was attended ay members from Arkansas. Michigan, Virginia, unaware, Man-land and oilier strawberry .slates. ' The protcslanls elected Stc-ivart. and Representative Graham A Harden or North Carolina to confer v/ilh Farm Bureau officials and the OPA on the po-sibillty of retainhv Hie present price of $H.S8 per 21- <|(|iiart crates. The uroiip plans to ask the llmise Agriculture. CommiUee to hold hcav- )»KS on (he lowered price ceilings r,"t'!i,!".i SCC What <:;ln 1)C clo! * t« letain the present ceilings. Stewart says thai Immediate ac.- llon is iioceji-ary ixcniise the (Vaiidi'. ern slrawbi'iTy cro]i will matu 4 Negro WACs On Trial For Sitdown Strike .FORT UEVENS. Mass. Mnr . 20 <UI>)_Wltnesse-> have testified Ihat, four nesro WACs who participated ID ,1 hc.s.wlnl sitdoivn strike refused to return to work even when Ciyen a direct order. All four are on trial before a court martial. The sltdown strike was singed .March lOlh. The neyro WACs contended thai white WACs and clvil- mn workers received preferential treatment at the hospital Army official: admitted'ihe press to he conn martial, proceedings of which usually me secret, . The four defendants' appeared in uniform mid pleaded Innocent An Army spokesman says the pen- a ly for the offense Is death or S nch other punishment as (lie court may ! Whitsitt House SoW For Paragould Clinic PAHAGOULU, Ark., March 20.- Miss Belle WlillslU ami Miss Alice WliKsill, both of Jonesboro, have sold their two-story residence In Parassotlld to Dr. R A. Pile, who will ndtl four rooms to the I0-room structure to make it into ii flve-bed medical and maternity clinic about Jan. I. Upstairs of the house will be used for residential quarters. NEWS Three Members Of Tennessee Family Killed RTI'LEY, Term.. Mar. 20 (UJM- Three member.'; of (he same f:, m - ly arc dead as a result of nn ac ciclcnt on the liijjlnvny near Rip. They were killed when the automobile In which they were ridine crashed into a parked lumber truck earlv today. 'Hie accident, victims have been identified as Mr and Mrs II D Caldwell and their jailor-soil rinl>-' by Caldivoll. All iverc from Rmtev 'Ihree other person a-' C in'lios- l»ta s with :.erions Injuries .suffered in the ear-true); collision Tlicv are Bobby Caldweirs wife mid 'baby dnushter and Mrs. Allen McMalicn Hot]) the ear and truck were demolished. Dell Man Wounded Pie. John A. Burns of Dell was slightly wounded in action in Germany on March 5. according to a messages received Saturday night by his parents, Mr. and Airs" .Joj,,", M. Burns also of Dell. College Official Dies At Little Rock Saturday r,iTTi..E ROCK. Mar. 20 (UP>~ Funeral services were held Monday morning for Guy R Smilh dK- binsing agent ,,f , hc Arknnsns fatalo Teachers College, wlio died nt n Little Hock Hospital Saturday Burial was in Pine Bluff Smith, In ill i,callii several months, WHS taken to a LHtle Rock! hospital a week ago. He suffered n heart ailment and pneumonia. He was Cl years of ago. He joined Teachers CollCRc in 19!8 as registrar. He formerly (might In Ashley county and was m the real estate and abstract business at Hamburg for several years. Survivors include his; wife, a son, four brotlicrs'nml a sister. Former Y/ilson Teacher Freed From Prison Camp Among the civilian internees liberated from the Japanese prison camps In (he Philippines was Miss Nellie Dyer, of Port Smith, who tauBhl two years In Wilson High School. After resigning her position as leacher several years ago, Miss Uyer went as a Methodist missionary to Korea. After the Japanese invaded Korea she was transferred to the Philippines and was held n prisoner there. Jonesboro Youth Burned Climbing Telephone Pole JONESBORO, Ark,, Mar. 20 (UP) —Twelve-year-old Arthur Bosche remained in a serious condition at a Jonesboro hospital this morning as a result of ieverc burns received Saturday night. The youth narrowly escaped electrocution when lie climbed a telephone, pole near a light cable The charge struck his body when he oucbcd a wet transformer box knocking him to the ground. The charge burned bis left arm and stomach so severely that It was necessary jo pul him , m d cl an oxygen tent. His father, n. R. Bosche operates u Jonnsbnro laundry. An average sheep yields about, nine pouiKls^ofjvool at a shearing. WAKNINO OIIUKlt In Mm Chancery Oimil, flilrl<a- sawlia District, Mississippi Ciiim- ty, Arkansas. Robert P. Mueller, Plaintiff, vs. No. 90-17 Nancy Bruno Mueller, Defendant. The defendant Nancy Bruno Mueller is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court nameil Iji the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Robert I'. Mueller. Dated this 17 day of March. 13l!i HARVHY MORRIS, Clock By Doris Mulr, D. C Percy A. Wright Ally, for Pltf. C. P. Cooper. Ally, ad Lileni. l,ANUb IN .MISSISSIPPI (Ulythevilte Olst,) COUNTY TOHFKITUU fblt NON-l'AY- AiBNT 01' TAXKS AND SOLD TO THK STATIC OP ARKANSAS DliPlONDANTS N D T 1 C K Notice ts hereby given (hat pursuant to Act. No, ll!i of Ihe General Assembly of (he Slate of Arkansas of 1035. there has been -filed In the uirk-e of (he Clerk of Mississippi Counly Chancery Court the Complaint of the Slate of Arkansas to quiet and confirm in said state and/or redeemers, purclnisers, do- nees and assigns, the title to certain lands mentioned hi suld Complaint and lying In the County of Mississippi und Slate of Arkansas, All persons who can set up any I'lKhl to the lands so forfeited and 1'. .1. O'lliJcu Snb-l)lv. In lllylhovllle •Mrs. Anthony 20 'a 2.-I9 I'tlwln liulilnson Addition lo IllylliBvllle While .| .| 3.05 Line Wilson 21.0J 1.C3 i.ea TOWN <)!•' MAMI.A I'iirkvlnv AiWIIJon (u .llunlla . !•:. Knlder ' K. Snider ........... STATK OK AIIKANSAS COUNTY OF I'ULAMKI C K H T I I'M C A T E I. Claude A. Ranlihi, Cimiml.Mlon- i i>f Slate Lauds within and fur the Wale of Arkansas, do hereby eeitl- 'V dial the foregoing one page, of Uivwrllten mutter contains a com- l'«'le and accurate Hst of all lands and town lots now belonging to the felliirc foe non-payment ol taxes. U'AltNINC OKDICIt In the Cham-cry Court, Chlcka- saivba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Kenneth J. Daircl. Plaintiff, vs. No. 90^0 Margaret Mullcr Baled, DefennVini. The defendant Margaret Miiller Balrd Is hereby wai-ncd to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and 'inswor the complaint, of the plaintiff Kenneth .1. Balrd. Dated this n day of March, 10-lj HARVEY MORRIS. Clerli By Doris Muir, D. C. Percy A. Wright Atty. for Pltf. C. P. Cooper, Atty. ad Lltcin. 3j20-27-1[3-10 IN THE MISSISSIPPI COUNTY CHANCERY COURT STATE OP ARKANSAS ••••• PLAINTIFF v. No. 9040 (19-11 Tax Suit) ami vested In the State of Arkansas ami/or redeemers, Durehasers. donees and a.ssluns in lee simple forever. The description of said lands and the names of (he persons, firm or eoipuution last paying lanes llierc- BII me us follows: LIST OF STATR LANDS'IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY IIIA'THHVILLK DISTRICT FORFEITED 1'OH 1041 TAXKS p " rc p (t a ^ o -t n vnMiii! 1-1 Nnrlli. Kantfe R Hast Sam Jones NK SW 4 •)« :tl.M HIC1 LAKE LANDS 'Pawns-Mil IS. Nnrlli, Katme. !l Knsl Unknown SE SK 1 -10 2.10 3. TOWN OF 11LYTHKV1LLK Ordinal Survey li> lllythevllle. Mrs. Kale Ferguson •!(> 21.03 O. E. Stewart 07 15.00 illlfsim Addition to Hlvlhe.vlllc Will Moss 'i n B.iyt H.-irrmi * Lilly Addition lo Hill Vanbibber M 12 .j,2f) Carrie S. Grlmmntl 10 II 15.5(1 Carrie S. Grimme.ll S',0 II II 1.7!) Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. ItevLsvil IMal NJi lliock 5 .V C lo Illyllu-villi' O. S. ndllson n (; iDo O. S. Rolllson 12 |> MID Cliickasawba Gardens' lo Illythcvillc T. E, McBride 7 2 13.02 Mnrris Aildllliin to Illylliftvillc \\'. T. Matthews i A 3.05 For Men of IN WITNKSS WIlKllKOK. I have Jieri'iuitn set my hand and infixed tin- seal of my office at Llltle Duck. Ai'lisnwas on nils (iu> 25 day of Jaii- w:iry, l!l-ir.. CLAUD].; A. UANKIN, Cummissliiiier or Mlute Lands, W'lness my hand and .seal Hits lh> !'•! day ol Mai'di. 10-15. IIAItVKY MOI1I1IS Chancery ulerk. (SeaO fiUV !•;. WILLIAMS Attorney (ieiieral CJUINN Cil.OVI-.'R Awlslant Attorney rieiicrnl. Expert Auto Body Repair * * FLOOR MATS We've just received a shipment of Hour mats—front and rear mats fur all makes iif cars. * * Lee Motor Sales 305 E. Main Ph. 519 Senate Decides To Investigate Food Situation WASHINGTON. Mar. 20. (UP>.~. The Scimle voled iiiiunlinousiy Monday for a Ihormujh InvesllKalton of the nation's Increasingly critical food situation. TakhiK connl/.ance of new cuts In food ijuolas for civilians. Ihe cluiin- ber passed a resolution by .Senator Kennelh S, Wherry of Nebraska iiuUiorliiliiu a Elenatu aurleuUure snbcodiiiilltee lo luvesltitale till phases of Ihe production and distribution of food In (ii,. United Stales. The subcommittee was ijcanled $5000 for the Inquiry ami itlven broad iiuthorily lo Inquire Into any phases of the situation II desires. ' The Senate acted shortly utter a resvliilioti providtnn for a similar Invesllaatlon by (he House Anl- cnlttire Committee was Introilueed in the lower chamber, Meanwhile, KOVerniiicnl olilclnls said the nation's food outlook can be described by one word—"l>ad." English imported woolens, London shrunk; Famous "President" patterns (only 12 released each season); priced $50 to $100 ... A suit from our swatches will REALLY fit, and will last much longer than one bought from stock that doesn't fit so well You're not hard to fit here- we've made a specialty of made-to-measure service for years. Swatches for Spring and Summer 1945 have jusf been received. Quality is still high, but quantity is strictly limited—choose yours now! Spring Fabrics In Pastel Woolens & Gabardines for Ladies' Suits & Coats Cleaner-Tailor-Clothier Oratorical Contest Finals Set March 26 jITTLR ROCK, Mnr. 20, (UP)— i> Arkansas state finals of the leilcilll Lci;lcn National Ilijji! iiml Oralorl--al conlctt will be held In North Little Rock March Hnto C.'ontost Chalrinnn E. c A|i])ler says u ltf Aiknnsan chain- Dltm will romjirle In Ibc regional I'lianiploiivlilp nt Kan Antonio IVxns, April 10. The renionnl wln- nei' will tin n commie In the sec- tlpnal ehi'iniiliiji'jlilp at 81. f.oiils Aiirll 13. Ami (he nnllonal, finals will I)-.- lield In Iiuffalo, New York April HI, ' ' l r h-sL prize in tlu> national com- 'Illinn Is ;.. stflOi') seliol(trslil|>. Din-lnr? World v/ur r, the annual cosl of. tlic llilthh Ministry of In- loimntion ;\[if «::Mo.[)iJO, Selenography )., j],,. , s |i,dy ,,r moons' physical feiiture.'i. from loss of BUMMRON? Cllrliii Womonl If you loaoao miicli diir- UiB inontlily ptrlmla tliniyoii wel wuik ilraKiicd mil"— this mny Im ilun lo low lilooil Iron. Bo try Lydtu |{. I'lnklimn'n— ono of tlio best, hainu wuya 10 lielp Inillcl up red blooil In (mch nueo. i'tnklmni'BTiibleUiitro onu ol thuartuU csl hlowl-lron tonka you i-mi laiy. ' lydiaE.PMham'sTABICTS PAGE THRICE , -' l.'iOd.OOO solillers rc- i [,.,-t, ,,f wli'K, pipe and other die,.] products Fxtra fed Points COME AND Gra 2 red points for ever/ pound of used fats you bring to your butcher! • SAVE USED FATS-FOR BATTLEFIELD MEDICINES LOUIS NI' W YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. d, Ark. rf 4 GUARANTEED THEE RECAPPIKffi 24 Hour Service, •mo — Vulcanizing « m | Tlrt K*|uM> • WAPE COAL csv ^^ ^^^ **•**• \W ^r« N. llwy. Kl CKIUNG I'KKJKS HK-J The Books Are Now Open for the Payment of On Real Estate and Personal Property Penalties Will Apply After Penalties may be avoided by paying at one-fourth of the total annual tax before April 16th. SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS

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