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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - November 3, 1944, Blytheville, Arkansas Kiu play Nove Meek 3, in i Blythe Ville Ark courier a a Aue Ink. E Bonds Best buy for Farmer Gates gives three reasons investment is opportune now War Bond Sellers have three great opportunities for Selling the e Bond to Arkansas Farmers during the sixth Ward it an. Nov. 20-dec. 16. It was pointed out at a called meeting of the state agricultural advisory committee of the War finance committee held this week in Little Rock. Aubrey Gates chairman of the advisory group pointed out these opportunities As follows % i. Farm real estate values have More than doubled since the 1910-1914 period while farm prices Are Only one and a half times As great. Prices cannot support investment in higher land values so the War Bomi is a Fine investment for Farmers to hold until land values Are More nearly stabilized. 2 wit i Price rises outstripped by article Cost and farm employee wages tripled the e Bond is an investment against the time wanted articles Are Back in production. 3. With renovating and repairing materials hard to get the e Bond an investment against the time when these materials Are again available w. W. Campbell. Chairman of the state War finance committee presided at the meeting. G. K Wilkerson executive manager of the War finance committee Headquarters Moody Moore Industrial division director Ted Morley com returns to California Cooter mo., nov 3�?mrs. Evelyn Blessing has returned to her Home in Venice calif., after having been called Here by the death of her Mother mrs. Claudia Lee Cooper 58, wife of m. B. Cooper who died sept. 22, at the family Home near Cooter returning earlier to their Homes after having attended the funeral was another daughter mrs. Gail Willard of Little Rock and two Brothers of mrs Cooper Brown and Carl Peery of Centerville Ienn. They joined or Cooper his three other daughters mrs Loraine Durham and mrs Alice Todd of Steele and mrs. Daisy Locke of Blytheville and a sister of mrs. Cooper mrs. Carl Cooper of stede funeral services were held at Oak Bridge methodist Church with burial at the cemetery Here. Mrs. Cooper born at Centerville came to Cooter 32 years ago with or Cooper. She also is survived by one son j. D. Cooper of the Navy stationed at Pearl Harbor three other listers. Mrs. Clyde Delott and miss Linda and miss Virginia Peery of Nashville Unity division director and Harry Marsh agriculture division director for the committee also spoke. Ross Floyd. Regional Field representative for the War finance division of the u. 8 Treasury department. Attended. An Institute on training Bond Sellers for the farm to farm canvass was held during the afternoon session. Present were representatives of the agricultural Extension service of the University of Arkansas the farm Bureau and aaa soil conservation service. Vocational agriculture department and the farm Security administration. Soldiers hold ring matches at air Field act Charles Davis. 145-Pounder, hashed an unceasing two handed attack to decision pvt William Hill 145 pounds in what was by far the outstanding bout of those held at the a of rec Hall wednesday night Davis Short and harmless look ing never stopped smiling during his Jirec round scrap with the tall and lanky Hill the latter however. Found Little to Grin about. He bought a wonderfully aggressive Battle never willingly yielding an Inch to the Stocky Davis. But the air Crew trainee kept Hill off balance during most of the scrap with n Rushing offensive that succeeded More Titan once itt breaching the 015 guard results of other bouts were sgt. A j Cherokee Hendricks 160 pounds deals toned act Henry Camelot 160 pounds. Tech Sergt. Frank Alexander 165 pounds won to third round to Over Arr Bill Anderson. 165 pounds act Walter Field won a close decision Over act Irving Tessler. Both men weighed 165 pounds. Sergeant Salvetti deals toned act Robert s. Martin. Both weighed 145 pounds. Act Irving Silver deals toned act John Parsons. Both were 145 Pounders. In tile first boxing bout act Robert Buckbinder deals toned pvt. Robert shucker both men weighed 135 pounds results of the wrestling bouts were main event pvt Leo Ca Miglione. 185 pounds pinned at Quot Nieh Feria 215 pounds in 6 minutes and 35 seconds. Semi final pvt. Roy Wellons. 190 pounds de Visioned pvt Relf Abbott 155 pounds in the preliminary matches acts Dick Boyle and c i Smith both 150 Pounders Drew acts Fred and c. D. Smith both 160 pounds Drew and act Walter Melandry 160 pounds do Visioned act Joe 8 moot ii amp a judges for the boxing bouts were maj Harold Arthur lieutenant Huffmeyer and or. La a to viol it Blytheville Tito announcer was Sergt malty kaascwit7 Lieut Allen a Hurley assistant physics. I training officer a in charge of the sports feat or wit assisted by staff Hergt. Dirty Belkas wrestling instructor. Staft Sergt Jesse Clements boxing instructor and Sergt John Lerum Huv assistant boxing instructor tile 651st Aap band playing Lunier the direction of Chiel warrant officer Bernhardt m Krachel furnished music. Temperatures Waun Ino intern in the chancery court Chili Kwiw Atlanta 51 in District. Mississippi minty Auk Roll 7fi 52 i arg to Iise s. Birmingham 78 fat i James h Hudson. Plaintiff a i it t lest on 73 56 i is no hh25 Charlotte 71 53 Mary Frances Hudson defendant. Cha to Annona. 76 43 the defendant Mary Frances Chicano. 76 60 47 Hudson is hereby warned to a Cincinnati 11 Pear within thirty Days in the court. Denver 57 32 named in the caption Hereof and i Detroit �7 answer the complaint of the Plain Jacksonville 74 66 Tiff lame la Hudson the Hama sue 77 69 dated this la Day of october 1944 Kansas Ciu 72 44 53 Harvey Morris Ink. Macon. 75 by Doris Muir i o. Memphis 78 5h f c do Gina atty far Bitt Miami 77 66 i f. Cooper atty Tut item Montgomery 54 to 1320-27-it 3 new Orleans 77 65 a i new York 62 19 w a in Iii Dudik san Antonio 11 64 Iii the i saurers i Milt Chickasaw Tampa i ii in District Mississippi Multi. Washington 67 b 5 Arkansas. Dallas i a3 Percy p Lance. Plaintiff Jackson 62 54 is no 8706 Little Hock to 60 Helen Lance defendant. The defendant Helen Lance is Ireby warned to appear within thirty Days in the court named in uie caption Hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Percy p. Lance. Dated this la Lay of october 1944. Harvey Morris clerk by Doris Muir d. A Frank c. Douglas. Atty for Pil Claude f Cooper. Atty. And item. To 13-20-27-11 3 2 drops in each nostril open clogged nope you breath Freer. Caution us Only a directed. Penitito nose or opt notice to property owners termites May he ruining your property. Coll me for Check up without Cost or obligation. Rath mice and Koach control guaranteed Wurr Complete Auto repair service a him be Elv is now in charge of our Mee Annleal repair department we guarantee Robert Watson la in charge of the body and upholstery department. Satisfaction shop located in rear of Martins cafe in w. Main phone 565 new York and Philadelphia have been the capital of the United states in addition to Washington d. C. H. C. Blankenship of r. Renta Eky Phene us cottonseed bags a and soybean bags see us before you buy j. L. Terrell office 111 s. By. Phone 2631 Arkansas editor declares president Roosevelt not be permitted to stay in there a there is at least one Man Iii this nation who is obviously concerned with the outcome of the presidential election on november 7. A and that Man is candidate Franklin d. Roosevelt. A at the outset of the Campaign or. Roosevelt was not going to conduct a political Campaign in the True sense of the phrase but merely depend on the dignity of the office and the will of the voters. A that Resolution was quickly scrapped following candidate Dew eyes Oklahoma City speech. Roosevelt today is not Only campaigning in the True sense of the word but is running for a fourth term in a triple role. That of commander in chief of the armed forces president of the United states and As a candidate for a fourth term. \. A was commander in chief the president last night claimed credit for the entire War Effort including the magnificent manner in which the american doughboy Are conducting themselves at the Battle front the splendid performance of the medical men whom before the War he tried to regiment and numerous other successful phases of the War Effort. I a Brut the most obvious exhibition of concern Over the election was his attempt to appease the business men of the nation. A being forced into the position of having to bid for the vote of the business men whom he has heckled tormented unduly restricted and otherwise bullied for the last twelve years must have been a bitter Pill for or. Roosevelt. A and the moral to this bit of Campaign strategy is that when president Roosevelt starts praising business men they had better something is cooking. The Only other occasion in the last twelve years when he promised to give business a breathing spell he almost choked the life out of it a few weeks later. A for our part we Are stringing along with those who Are of the opinion that or. Roosevelt has made a great president and performed a splendid service to his country. We believe this so strongly that we think a just Reward would be retirement from office and a Well deserved and earned rest. A frankly we done to believe that president Roosevelt wanted to run for a fourth term. We believe he was sincere when he said he preferred to retire to Hyde Park. His wish should be granted. He has earned the right to a rest. A president Roosevelt a decision to seek a fourth term no doubt was influenced by the feeling that As a political Boss he owes his political associates some sort of obligation to stay in Power. A in fact anyone who has listened to and seen late pictures of president Roosevelt must reach the conclusion that he is a very very tired Man who wants a rest very badly but who is willing to jeopardize his health if not his life in a weird sense of duty to those who have been faithful and Loyal to him and who Are not so tired and weary of Power and reflected glory. A to us it seems a shame and indeed would be an act of ingratitude on the part of the american people to Force president Roosevelt to remain in office for the Benefit of Sidney Hillman Secretary Lekes Harry Hopkins and others. A president Roosevelt deserves a Reward. Not punishment. And that Reward should be for the people of America to Rescue him from the selfish designing groups who no doubt influenced his decision in seeking a fourth term and permit him to retire for a Well earned rest. A there Are few people in this country friends or foes of president Roosevelt who believe that he can serve another four years without a Complete break in his health. To those who have seen newsreels of the president lately it does no to take a medical expert to convince them that president Roosevelt is breaking rapidly. That he is a very tired Man who should not be permitted to stay in there and take any More of what he has gone through in the last twelve years merely for the Benefit of the Hill mans the Ickes and the Hopkins. A what do you think a % Walter Sorrells in the Pine Bluff Ark commercial Issue of october 28, 1944 give Roosevelt the rest he needs elect hos. E. Dewey president of the u. S. How much does it Cost to move apm Republican state committee Ort a War map of tile South Pacific the Little red White Loci Blue pins March steadily Westward. Tarawa. Makin. The marshalls. Saipan. And each move brings the pins closer to Tokyo. And each move is mighty expensive business. The Cost is High in dollars. And the Cost is High in men. To Plant the stars and stripes on Saipan Cost the lives of More than 2000 american boys. Plus some 12,000 wounded and missing. Naturally these losses cannot be summed up in dollars and cents. There is not enough Money in the world to bring Back 2000 dead americans. But in guns ammunition and other equipment it is estimated that Saipan Cost us Many millions of dollars. Each of the Many stepping stones remaining be tween our forces anti Tokyo May Cost As much or More. Where is the Money coming from its coming from you and millions of americans like you. From the taxes you pay and from the War Bonds you buy. And while it May Pinch a Little buying those Bonds is the smartest thing you Ever did. For the dollars you put in Bonds not Only help win the War. They come Back to you later a and bring More dollars with them. In this postwar world we re going to build be the most valuable dollars anybody Ever owned. Get All you can of them now i War Bonds to have and to hold this space is a contribution to americans All out War political adv Arkansas grocer co. L. K. Ashcraft co. Joe Atkins machine shop l. H. Autry Burdette a. S. Barboro t co. Barksdale mfg. Co. Blytheville water co. The Crafton co. Delta implements inc. Loy Eich Chevrolet co. Him a Ani Gay amp Billings inc. Guard s jewelry amp optical store halters Quality shoe shop Happy hour grocery amp mkt. Hardaway appliance co. Herrick jewelry Hubbard furniture co. Hubbard hardware co. Huddleston in co. Jiedel a Langston Wroten co. Charles s. Lemons planters hardware co., inc. The new York store Pat 0�?Tbryant Palace cafe j. C. Penney co. Phillips motor co. Robinson drag co. I. Rosenthal inc. Tom w. Jackson rustic inn a. G. Shibley wholesale grocers c. G. Smith Floyd a. White Zellner Slipper shop to pm whim ii ninth in i Tim in limit no or feb

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