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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - March 13, 1945, Blytheville, Arkansas Tuesday Mauch Bijj 1915iu Ati in Ville Cou in Kun news Tage five lawmakers hear mrs. Roosevelt first lady discusses rehabilitation needs of returning y cts Raleigh n. G. Mar. It mis. Franklin i Roosevelt addressed a special joint session of the North Carolina general Assembly yesterday afternoon. Ami approximately boo people who crowded the i lower House were in for a Surprise. For the first lady substituted the usual Brief formalities with a constructive discussion on americas concern and obligation to returning i veterans. Among the obligations she stressed were for a wholehearted Coconut Ion by each Community i throughout the country to prepare j for the Homecoming ols. She says they should be Given every Educa a Lineal Honpor Tunita. According to mrs Roosevelt one i of the biggest problems will be re i habilitation. Not on the part of the Serviceman but on the part i of the civilian. We must treat i them As nun who will some Day t leaders in their Community she i said she added that following i tile last War Many solders found themselves out of a Hospital and j into a Veteran s Home. A tilts time the boys must get i Hie bet possible rehabilitation Cere in hospitals so they can fight whatever Battles they must in their own Community not in the confines of a Veteran s and she urges that each Community make it its concern to see that the i Bill of rights moans something to each Soldier. Quot the i Bill wont do it by just being there she said another obligation of civilians she mentioned was the beforehand training of soldiers quickly planned and employment opportunities for this education. Mrs Roosevelt pointed up her address with a moral she Learned while overseas. During one of her visits to a Hospital on an Island in the Pacific she asked one of the patients what lie was in for the Young boy replied a to for something that should have been done veers ago instead of now when i have to go out and services held at Leachville for mrs. Pierce refuses medal describing the Bronze Star he was awarded for courage and leadership in Battle an a will conceived sop to my conscience a sgt. Joseph Kusaila above of Waterbury conn., refused the medal. Kusaila now recovering from wounds in Louisville ky., called the award a a reversal of decision of the fort Benning ga., officers training school where lie was washed out. Luxora society personal new Hampshire Chicks popular characteristics give this Type preference by broiler grocers the new Hampshire Breed of Chicken is rapidly becoming popu j Lur tor broiler production in a i i j Kansas report r m. Smith of the University of Arkansas College of agriculture the apparent reason for thai growth Iii popularity is the tact that the customary Price discrimination against chickens other than those w it ii yellow Shanks and White or barred plumage has not been in Force during wartime marketing. Also the recognized characteristic of this Breed for rapid growth makes it desirable for broiler production. Tile growth in popularity of the new Hampshire for broiler production has been the origin of numerous Toque to for information i rom the College on the Economy of gains of this lived As compared to established Breeds such As the barred Plymouth Rock and White Wyandotte feeding trials conducted by the associate Anima Husbandman serve to illustrate the rapid growth rate and Economy of gain that May by expected from the new Haip hire Breed. These feeding trials were made with Grout of too Chicks each. All groups were managed uniformly 12-week a it clod. Results in Hie Hie Hie the show a significant difference weight at 12 weeks Between barred Plymouth Hock and new Hampshire and Between barred Plymouth Rock and hybrids of either Cross. Re from the hybrid groups were proximately tile same. On the basis of these trials the increased interest Iii the new Hampshire Breed for broiler production from tile standpoint of economical Grain is wet founded under pre Cut marketing conditions in which plumage color docs not influence Price i tic batted Plymouth Rock male crossed with new Hampshire female hybrids Are All barred and Are regularly accepted on the live j Dei poultry markets As a Plymouth Rock Quot chickens. In the reciprocal Cross lie males Are barred but the females Are Black both in plumage and Shank color tile continued popularity of chickens having other than yellow Shanks and White or barred plumage. Smith said depends primarily upon the extent to which prewar Market Price disc against classes Tiet nos effective a marketing regulation. Sergeant Irons is Given award a a Quot Tiff Bronze Star Sergt Hendrix Irons son of mrs i Ltd urn Irons of Caruthersville. Mowa awarded tin Bronze Star Fin Hen a achievement in action on it it it t in 1144 near Niver Gano Italy while crying with the a Titi army fur keeping lines of conic Nurica Lions open from a Forward Obs i a i Ion Post to tile command Post Ain to companies on lint during he All night action and while in hell fire. Sergt Irons was employed by the no Ison Coal and feed company when tic entered the service late in it it lie was Home in february 1944. On his lust furlough before going overseas Mardi 1944 and a been serving with the fifth a to in Italy since that tune he has a Brot Lier Woodrow who is stationed with the to. S army in Australia Cooter raises $1,300 quota for red Cross Cooter. To. March 13 cooler is the first Community of South i Yin Scot county to raise ii quota in tin lt4e american red Cross War fund according to announcement made today by Jack hustling drive chairman in Cooter tile sum of $1,309, Hie quota previously set for the Community has been leached and contributions Are continuing to come in. I rustling said coot Al has been among tile first of. Tin Pem Scot county cot Muni tics to reach its quota in each of the win fund drives since Hie win be Gall Over a Leachy ii e. Ark. March 13.�? mrs. Annie Grace Pierce wife of Arch f. Pit Ive died it the family Home in Leachville March 4. At the age of 47 yens mrs. Pierce had lived in Leach Ville with her family for 25 years Corning Here from Senath to. She is survived by one son Sergt. Themas j. Pierce now stationed with the u. S. Army. In Paris France two Dane tens misses to Ella and Betty Ruth Pierce her husband one brother Archie Cook of Sike ton mo., and one sister mrs. Lula Wheeler of Pigott. Funeral services were conducted monday afternoon at the Metho dist Church in Leachville with the Rev. E. H Hall. The Rev. R. E. L. Bearden and the Rev. S. F. B a officiating. Bund was it Leachville Ceme tory with Howard undertaking company Iii charge. I a temperate j tips High Low Atlanta. 70 50 Augusta. 75 53 Birmingham. 62 49 Charleston. 69 56 Charlotte. 62 50 Chattanooga. 60 51 Chicago. 52 29 Cincinnati. 58 in 7 32 by Detroit. V i 52 of 30 Jacksonville. 79 62 Tallahassee. 79 58 Kansas City. 59 39 Macon. 76 53 Memphis. 59 45 Miami. 77 63 Montgomery 72 57 new Orleans. 77 61 new York. 53 37 san Antonio. 77 6 Savannah. 76 58 Tampa. 83 63 Washington. 35 Dallas. 71 a Jackson. 74 a i 55 Little Rock. 57 46 i i Ili members my t tile Wesleyan Guild met in the Home of mrs. Grant Collar tuesday evening March 7th, with mrs Norma Wilson As co hostess. The devotional was led by miss Christine Calvert the program theme was Quot three lives Quot led by mrs. Otis Wilson. Mrs. Tom Dale Wilkins and mrs. Tom Ca his gave talks on nurses from Burma. Manila and the Philippines. Banq1 i t is 111 1 11 on thursday at 7 p. In. March 8 the woman a missionary society entertained the intermediate girls auxiliary with a Kotlier and daughter banquet at the Baptist Church. The table was decorated in Green and White the auxiliary colors with a Centrepiece of White lilies and Ivy. There were places set for 26 guests. Mrs. John Thweatt. W m. S. Young Peoples director gave the Welcome address with a response by mrs. B o Wilkins president of Tho w m. S. The g. A. Girls Sang two songs dedicated to their mothers. A Solo was rendered by Rev. O. C. Hicks with mrs. B. Wilkins As accompanist. Prayer was offered by Betty sue Mifflin. Following the to course dinner an address Quot bes of the Bible Quot was Given by mrs. O. C. Hicks the g. A. Counselor. The closing prayer was by Rev. Hicks. Entertains Bridge i t la mrs. Roy Ware was hostess to the thursday Bridge club with one guest. Mrs. Jack Johns. Mrs. S. J. Smith received High score and mrs. Sam Bowen Cut. A salad plate was served. E. L. Bowles injured in Highway Accident e. L. Bowles of Osceola is recovering from injuries received in a Highway 61 Accident last tuesday night near Luxora. Removed to Campbells clinic in Memphis his condition is satisfactory. He received a fractured knee Cap and severe lacerations about the face and head. The Accident occurred when his car crashed into the rear of another car without rear lights. J r a Lute Hati in i v or s it 0 hold a a i told so skin it sry pm a i 35/, 63/ end $1.00 sizes \ Plu tax i in the Black and cold jars 4 at Beauty salons and cosmetic counters i so skin company Findlay Ohio look girls in to a t7 i limited Supply a a. Hihi i while they last a your name engraved free on these Beautiful Barretts a the latest style craze girls i Only $1.00 each. For Side hair. Bright Beautiful shiny finish non Tarn Shable Metal with clasp. Just mail us Bill your name address. No . So now. This Oiler Good for to Days Only at this Low Price. Order today i regal jewelry co 320 peach tree Arcade Atlanta Georgia Quot a better place to eat Quot the new Palace cafe a steaks chops seafood Chicken. Vegetables looked just like Home. Expert Auto body repair a Mats a floor we be just received a shipment of floor Mats front and rear Mats for All makes of cars. A a Lee motor sales 305 e. Main pm. 519 purple heart awarded Sergt. Edwin Isaacs i he purple heart medal recently awarded Sergt. Edwin Isaacs of Manila tor wounds received in Actium in i ame Bas been received by his sister. Mrs Myrtle Pearson of Manila. Sergeant Isaacs now is recovering from his wounds the round time lie a been wounded since a Day. Read courier news want ads. Of you need of Somo up so a too Dup to monthly loaves of von Lone no much during monthly periods Flint you feel so week. 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