The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1945 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, MAUUH v ./Juu PACE THHKK Back Red Cross, Rooseveit Urqes u-> Need For Its Service Never Greater Than Now, President Says WASHINGTON. Mar. 21, (UP) — President Roosevelt says the need for the Red Cross never was greater than it is today, and it will not soon be less. In a radio appeal to oversubscribe the $200,000,000 Red Cross fund the President points out that he does not know when victory will come. But he adds: "I do know thai tonight there are over seven Americans afloat in this great war. I know that Red Cross Show Will Be Offered At High School A benefit sliow lor the Red Cross will lid stayed at Dlyllicvllle High School iiucliloriuni tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, by members of tlie high school jjlce club niul the band, under sponsorship of the Red Pepper Club. One hundred and 25 school students will participate In tlie show, which will include comedy skits and plnylels, as well as n number of musical selections. This will mark the first Joint appearance of the band ami glee club in the past several years, It was slated today. All proceeds of the show will go B. F. Tclii The World He's A Proud Father "Have gone to Uttle Hock, am about to become a father" \vero words on a card left at the cafic •indo'.v of Farmers liank and Trust lompnny where B. I' lUogilun ransncts business with bank cust- imcrs As an afterthought the words It's a red headed boy" were written cncath and so news of Mr. anil Mr.s irogdon adopting a baby became mown. Fellow workers made the an- iouncemo.nl in this unique manner liter Mr. and Mrs. Urogdon hud sonc for the baby. Tiie flx-monlh-old son now Is at he home of his parents, 1112 liearn His name? Why. Benjamin T lirogclcm Jr., of course. »•— • '-^ , and one half million to the 1945 Red Cross War Fund, overseas or fighting there arc nearly VO.OOO Americans in enemy prison camps. And I know there is nothing unpredictable about their need." He goes on: "We can bo proud of all that the Red Cross has meant to Ihcm. From personal observation abroad I can testify to the usefulness of the Red Cross in the battle zones. II has reached through the barbed wire of enemy prison camps with millions of parcels of food, and clothing and medical supplies. "It has supplied refreshment, entertainment and gond cheer. H has served as 'a link between the fighting man and his loved ones here at home." The. President continues: "Never, in the annals of voluntary service to humanity, has an agency performed so maiiy tasks so well. "This is no call for charity. This is our chance to serve those who serve us. "As their commandcr-in-chief I call upon you, my fellow Americans, to over-subscribe the 1945 Red Cross War Fund. We cannot give too much 'Miracle' Drug Now Available In Local Stores Penicillin, the new "miracle' drug found particularly cffcctivi in treating various types of toxii poisoning, lias been placed on sal in Hlytheville. Received here Thursday, this the first time the drug has bcei available, except in emergency orders to hospitals. The drug can be purchased without a prescription at doctor's orders. Membership Drive Brings Recognition Of State Department Suspect lo Face Murder Chai Qsceolan Is Wounded Staff Sergt. Paul E. Amiable, son of Mrs, loin Annable of Osceola, has been wounded in action 601110- where in the Pacific, the War De partment has announced. to those who have given us the heroic hazard of their lives." SPEAK FASHION'S LANGUAGE WITH .. i TUKF TAN BLACK CALF With square (and debonair) toes; with perforations clcnv through the lining; witli voguish "in-between" heels these pumps, in polished cnii, speak Fashion's language authoritatively. Escaped Convict Now In Washington After Arrest In St. Louis WASHINGTON, Mar, 21 <UP) -Joseph Medley, '111 years old. wa.s held without bond in'the District, of Columbia jnil Tuesday lo face charges of mui'dcTing rcdlmired Mrs. Nancy fioycr, -15, in the kitchen of her swanky, sound-proof apartment in Washington March (ith. The sharp-eyed escaped prison, was brought to Washington by tialn Monday from ' St. Louis, where he wns arrested by G-men and local .Hillce after his recognition by :i Washington psychologist who was h St. Louis on business. Handcuffed lo two FBI agent's Medley was wan and haggard from loss of sleep. He glowered at one cameraman and grinned at an other. He was taken before U. S. commissioner Ncedham Ttivnage foi arraignment and formally chargec with premeditated murder. Turnage entered a plea of "no guilty" and continued the hearln: lo March 2Blh, by which time Med Icy said he would have "conUiclet a few friends and arranged fo counsel.'' Medley admitted knowing Mi'. c Eoycr and suid he had taken he out "several limes" after they wer Introduced at a card party. Temperatures Atlanta . ... Birmingham . Charlotte . . Chattanooga Chicago . .. Cincinnati . Denver . Detroit . ... Jacksonville Kansas City Macon Memphis . . Miami New Orleans New York . . San Antonio Savannah . Tampa Washington . Dallas Shreveport . MANILA. Ark.. (March 21— The Herman Davis Post 107, American Legion, of this city lias been awarded n "Special citation for .Most-Distinguished Service" by the American Legion Department of Arkansas, according lo a letter received by Juck Tipton, commander of the. local post, from noil Wesson, department adjutant, tlu' award is being made to tliti Post for re-enrolling for 19-15 the equivalent of (lie li)44 membership by November lltll, 19-14. The local post Is nlso being awimled a "Go-Getter' Citation by the department lo nil posts Unit reach their 1915 quota on or before ov. 1). In a letter received this wee): •oin Kdward N. Schelberllng, Na- onal Commander of Hie American cgion, Mr. Tipton was asked to onvcy Hie National Commander's iei>'onal llianks lo every member I (he local post In achieving this el (]itola so fur ahead of the Irmtsticc day deadline. The letter cad In purl: "Under your able cadership your' post has already nrollecl for the year 1DJ5 the qulviilent of all Its 19-1-1 members iy last Armistice day. This evl- ienco of your aetlvlty- and suppm; s greatly appreciated by me, and 1 want to express to you and Hie ncmbers of your post my congrat- ilnl!on-» upon Hits great nclilcve- nent. . . • your early record Is an ndicallim that your post Is dolins Is full share In the advancement of the American Legion Program $20,000 F;Ve At Monticelh MONTICELI.O. Ark.. Mar. 'Jl HIPl—A ,'iieelaculiir fire last nl<;tU drstroyed n two-.slory bik'k bullil- Juu (iceupled by an automotive <r<!iil]>mciu ilriile/r. The InilldliiR was I'H'atixi on |hc ntii-thwe^t eoi'nei' of the Monticello city square, I New men-handlse and slock valued at some y.I'MQ had Just been K'u'lved by the More. And dnmi is e:;llinaU'd at $2I),OIM. | Apartments on the second flocu were occupied by four fnmllles. All !'iiinlshlni;s were last and a l.iun- dry IIIKI fervlCB .station next lo llu automobile More .suffered heav.t wnler diuiHi);e. Orlidn nf the lire has not bm 'termlned. Girl Scouts Present A Pageant Of Flags' Girl Scouts of the fiudbiuy Troop, uU'r direction of their leader, Mrs. :. 1!. Slant, yesterday presented "A 'iiMi'iuit of Flags" at Iho luncheon iccting of members of the Lions Hub, held at Hotel Noble. Chester Caldwell, president of lh<' lull, announced (hut the minimi jiullcis Night party will be ht'lil m-xt I'uesday nl|jhl, rrpliu'lng tile regu- ar weekly luncheon meeting, Guests present were V. Cl. Grant >f Memphis, Lieut. Col. John lien liomiir of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Alex S. Hill of Little Dock. His Own 1'liriniin GHEKNVILLK. N. II. (Ul')-Clyd Eaton of Greenville discovered chimney fire, ut his humu and ruslicd out in rlni; in uu alarn rinding the I«)X wouldn't work, h nulled loMlic lire stiitkiii. look th ngine lo his home and had th li.w under control before volini eer tlremen iirrtvixl. Laney Signs 3 Measures, Vetoes Three HiLo' . CO 4 . C8 44 . 82 59 .. OS 44 . 40 34 . GO . OB Former Screen Star Injured By Sv/ordfish HAVANA, Cuba, Mar. 21. (UP)-Tim former screen star, Constance Talmmlge, is Mriu treated for an ankle wound In a Havana hospital today. The aclrws was struck by a .sword- llsh while wadlii;( In the ocean. And •lillu huriiillul auhtorltles rcjiort tbat Iicr condition Ls not serious, they say an opei'atlon'lfflii sary to remove br'6keh • bar Tlic world's largest textile school h at* North' Carolina State College, Ralctgh; N. C. ; . WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY llcad Courier News Want Ads, Lemon Juke Recipe •15 . 89 55 79 , 81 . ~1S . 73 . .12 , 7'l . 84 . 82 . tti . RS . 03 LITTLE ROCK. Mar. 21 (UP) — Governor Laney had a case, of writer's cramps when he showed for work (hi- morning. Yesterdnv he slgnnd 83 bills passed by the Arkansafj Legislature, vetoed three and approved several resolutions. Included In the measures slgnei by Laney was (lie State Police Reorganization Hill. He also approve! the Hanoi! pardon, probation am parole bill. Thh measure. Introduced by Rep. HcarLsIll Ilngou of Sebastian County, places control cl tlie Arkansas parole system under the Stale Penitentiary Board. The parole system previously was controlled by the State Police Commission. However, Lnncy vetoed a bill which would hnvc appropriated t;vo-mllllon, dollars lo the Stale Welfare Department for liicrcn'liiK 5(j I amounts available for old age ami disability grants. (UP) New Laws Effective At Midnight June 6 LITTLE ROCK, Mar. 21. Al! measures passed by the recent Arkansas legislature and approved by Governor Laney will become effective at midnight June 6, if they did not carry an emergency clause. Attorney General Guy Williams says bills carrying the emergency . clause are effective when signed by the governor. ' T J es le bienvenu, vieux frere.,.Have a (GREETINGS, OLD MAN) i i ...a way to show friendship to a French sailor A visiting Preach sailor may not know English, but he is quick to know friendliaess when Le sees it, And he always sees it the minute someone says Have a Coke. It's an invitation chat speaks all languages. There's the good old home-town American spirit behind it... the same as when you serve Coke at home. Coca-Cola stands for the pause that refreshes,— has become a bond of sympathy between kindly-minded folks, BOtriED UNDER AU1HORITV OF THE COCA-COU COMPANY tr COCA-COLA. BOTTLING CO. of BLYTHEVILLE YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. llljMif,«in>, Art. .••'. GUARANTEED Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly II you »uncr Tctini rlicimi-xi tenthu s^ln. u ?A itour liervico si;..,-.-Vulcanizing mul 'I'ir» €0>AL C. you bought your liaslcr dress? eimcy's now (unless ihc answer's YhS!l iii'iml some hcamies iliai are lovely fnsliion news, nd HK!> -i fine .iMorimcnl llim you'll fuul it Inril to choose! lilitck niul navy arc so bright, —so very smart. Yns, dark colors can l»n as guy as pas- wlicin Hicy'rc cttl wiili mi air of Spring—uciUly stjiinrod-ofr slioiiltlcvs, trim swiiyinj; skirts! Misses! Boy COATS 100'.f wtiol in a sinoolli weave. U'illi a velvc.t'-;:n collar antl ]io;irl-lil<c tuit- ions. In rti'/.e:-! from 7 lo H. Tlicy'ro flic newest, Two-piece tlrcsscs witli jackets cut for figure flattery. In lilnck or lovely colors. Sport Notice mil mill Weave its CMK- A HAT THAT FLATTERS! FnuUlcbs Tailoring in Men's TOWNCLAD A bright climax in a colorful fell, .•joften- c(i with a misty veil. Or a dnrkor straw with a provocative brim bedecked with Gabardines Chalk-Stripes Fancy Stripes Tick Weaves Sharkskin Effects COSTUME COMPLETE Superb Town - Clud* Tailoring shows in llu; roll of the hipel, Iho set of the .shouldws. nnd in the cosit front sinoolhiiess! In long-life fabrics for spring. •Reg. U. S. Pat, Off. "Cokc"= Coca-Cola Yoa nnturally licar Coca-Cola c.illnl hy in friendly abbreviation ~Coke". Ikilh mean the quality product of The Coca-Cob Company. Beware Coughs irom common colds That Hang On Creomulsion relievos promptly because It goes right, to the seat of t!ic trouble to help loosen and expel perm Inclcn phlegm, nnd aid nature to soothe nncl heal raw, tender, In- named bronchial mucous mem-i brancs. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way It quickly nllays the cough or you are to have your money back. for Coughs, Chosr Colds. Bronchitis _Q19<5 th. C-CCo. B,-,th shoes are sljng-backs, but different in mood! The little step-in is young,"sure oTTts good lines. The patent leather is dressy, gay! ..>»,• .u .

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