The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 9, 1947
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WKDNFSDAV^APKIL 9, 1917 World Houms orcl's Death Family in Dots-oil Receives Message from President Truman United Tress Sl:ili Oinvstiondcsit DETROIT. April 0. <U1>1 -Tho kbotiy of Henry For:! lay !>i f.uito 1 Woday in tin- rc'Civ-.tin.i hall of Grwnfic-W vilhu'.i 1 , his museum of iiiiiy AHiiTk'aii l','o, MofsiiKes o'.ur til Hi? l'~orcl family from all pa'.'. 1 ; of HIP n'orlil from political le .utcrs, KiniJK'liiors, Julioro'.s and old fn<?iK's-exiJK-fs- i:»: condolence :IIH! trilimc lo the imia'.tnr'.Hxt «-lm -Ji"il late Mond;iy night at the ni;o of 83. Mineral SOVVii'Os \\\'\ 1)0 hold at 2:30 ]). in, tomorrow nt .St. Paul's Kpif.r;op:il CiUlicslral l'i downtown Detroit, nnd i.Uf viilirc nuto Industry will halt opeiaiion.i then for a muiupjit of silciwa in trlhuto to the pioneer of ni:i?3 production iiiti'ifil .services will be private. The body will ho interred near Greenfield Vil'.h;;o in a small family plot in wiiicU his only child. Edscl, ind hi;; parents, William nnd Mary Kuril, .ire !>ur/rd. The body will line in slate today from 8 .1. in. until 10 p. in. j A spokesman lor Die Ford 13111-1 fly flnid the filing of the industrialist':; v.'i'.l in- probate wo'.il'l not he roii;-.ii'':ivd :il Icn ;t a week. He ta'-ti the nmoii!,t :»' l-'ie Ford forli!::e \vas "anybody's * tfut'.'-s," foul the value o/ the {;i.*U'.f, industrial eaipive has been rsti- innlecl at *.l.fli'OJ)OOefl& or more. At the ti:ne of his ilcalli Ford was in ^oinot'.-to ivlircmcrl. ie- tainini; only ilivcctoishipt- in ;he Ford Ai'.ioi Company and tiic F::rd Cs.i'ijri iv nf Cmmln. Jlis iA'lcatli IcTc his a<i-;<c:i.'.olcl arard- "son, Kcnrv II, >viio \viis elevated *.i the prosi icnry of tl(e parent corn- j.\'ij)v Sei>f. 21, 1315 in complete control. I One or the mi'ssivjes" of cuii-! dolence '/> Fori'.'s witiov; eanie frcm President Tinman. The piTMdinl telegraphed: , j "In the se.'rov; vvhi-'i tt".s vvitii such ciitideii and uncxiicclcd force 1 offer to yen ar.-l nil who inonni \viUt yoir this assurance of deepest symp-,!.iy." Ueuth ot tii2 a;;cd inaustrial:.'! came -sudde'ily from cerebral hemorrhage. Ate hod planned a tour of his flooded properlk-5 in the Detroit area yedrcrctay. Presumably the Ford fortune <n>? Mrs. Etlse) Ford children, his only Mrs. Clara Bryant, when he die:l in his suburlian home. BLYTHEVfLLE '(AnK.) COURIER NEWS Passenger Train Derailed PAGE THREE-/ 5 Employment In Little Rock At High Level I'ifteen persons were injured when Pennsylvania Ra Irond's Ciotham IJmiled slnu'k .1 .switch .11. C'ohtnUil.i City, Indiana, and jumijcd the tracks. The train ".a: cnrDntp lo New York and hud slowed down wlm-* passing through Columbia city, rtn inspector tairfs a close look at n rail which has passed tln-oui;n the baggage car. tNEA Telophoto.) Sinatra of Swoon Songs Swings Mean Fist and Writer is Felled hc.'re tc his wi.lovv and her four close relatives. Ford, his wife at his bedside jrm-iv.iulcd The United siates often has 4,000.000 cases of malaria a year, . witli 4000 deaths. tt |YALINE |>IOSBY (U. I'. Holljivooil .C'uircspoildcnll ; HOl.-r,YWOOD. April 0. <UP> — Crooner Fi'ank Sinatra felled New Yoik Colinnnist Lee Mortimer with one winch in the foyer of Giro's, plush film-colony nightclub, oe- ciuisc, he said today, the writer insulted him. "He called me a dago ," the .'/pindly singer said, "so j let him have it," Mortimer's report to the sheriff's office didn't exactly jibe with Sinatra's version. The l'J5-tr-ound, five-foot seven- inch New York Daily Mirror columnist said he was leavintf the nightclub with a friend, Chinese Singer Kay Kino, "just minding my own business," when he ran across the crooner. 'iBoiore I know what happened, Prank hit me on the left side ol I lie head and knocked me down," lie said in a sheriff's report. Mortimer said Sinatra's companions held him down while the singer pummeled him "two or three more times." tliej -,He said the next time he saw and me, he would kill inc." Mortimer told sheriff's deputies. Mortimer said he had witnesses io prove that he said nothing lo Sinatra aiu! didn't, even know the crooner was in Giro's. "T was hit from behind'." he said. "The medical report will show that I was struck behind the left ear. The first thing I knew, I was on' the floor and a couple of guys were holding me down and tliere the ' He sain crooner'.; I hat "Sinatra can't s he nlso lw ( | crllidzi'd political viows. iMortimer was treated at Wc:st Hollywocil Emertveitcy Hospital n »il stiid he wonUl see the disui-t at- U'fls Sinatra on top of me." The columnist said he was prepared to swcrir out a complaint agains'. Sinatra, and would reUu'n to the sheriff's office "aller I .Iin rested" to "take care ol that detail." I "If- Sinatra says I called him a nnme he's just plain silly," Mor-j timer declared. | "I feel lousy now, so I don't know when I'll get around to the sheriff's • affi:e ii4jain." he said. I 'Nightclub Photographer Nat Dn.l- iingcr heli>5d Mortimer off the floor, brushed the oVirt from his clothes and loft wilh him. | Sinatra and his party -'.vhieh included a singer, a musb publisher and a Mctro-Golriwyn-Mayer executive—left a'^oui 15 mimites later.. Mortimer denied lhat he made any remarks about Sinatra, Dui said that he has frequently mert- UonoeV in his newspaper coUuvm UTI'LiK IJOC'IC, Ark.. APl-ll fl. I'l'l- Vlucmirto'.iwnt In the I.HUe H;)ik iireti will apparently bo at ;i minimum hi UM7,-. iu'eo'rdtn« to a review of labor conditions r,>- le;tM'd yi'Merdiiy by llie Federal Kt'M'U'e Hark (1 St. Louis. The. :v]iort placed the area, including all of I'nlaskl and Saline C'ntmtle.s. at the highest level ni'y oly in I he IMh tedcrat reserve district. The January employment lil'.ine of 730t'B was the same as iiiiiilni satd he .scni?): Miiitiinev to "aveiii'.e u j): .'aoinil remark." "Ahirtiuier lurned lo his itirl Irlenu niul called me u I3ni!o ——," . c m:itr;\ declared. "l$o then I lev him huve it, 1 saw red." 80 far as Sinaira is concerned, Ihe ineuli'nt is closed, he Ki\M, 'll'e sliijrer branded as "absurd" r(p:nl.s that iinyone hi-!il Mori hurl' v. hiie iurther lilow.s slrnclt. Hi- said he hit him once. Idled him an t i saw no need for more. ttinatta said Me-rltim'r luid tjeen "pickinu on me" for two and a hall 1 years In his column, which lie suid he 'iplaccd on a personal b:i- sis," Lenny 'llcylon, uvletro-Goldwyn- M iyer musical direclor; Music Publisher li-vin;; Weiss and dinner Luanne liomni. U"' ]K'«k <lUI'lllK World' War It.' the report siiUl. With Uii'cc 1 new phvnls In II",' l.ltlli 1 H<;(k region ready to offer work tu I.OCO iiersons in 1!M7, oven fui-lhcr wfurlly was (orraisl. The iv|ioii ooiu-luded thul with liiriscr nnliiiti'3 mill hiroiiii-s ex)i.'cle<l lor (his your, there VTOS n distinct inl-l liniilon ol wo'.kei'S lo Arkunsiis mill to ollu-r .southern s lnt,. S . Ollie." liii-uc clues '..i till! IHil Bl. l/juls, 1 Louisville, Ky., mul Evansi'le, u, Wilson News Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Plerer; u,-e Ihe parents o' a son born April •_', at the Uyess Hospital. The baby i,»s kieen nnined John Tiniolliy. The college Imnio for Ihe Husler Holidays were Hl^alicih Boy)*», College, conway;:John liindur, Arkansas Pol>technls tutc, Russellville, Ark.; TJ Koetzel, ,H5>\drix ,'CgUegf.; . mid Ch»r)ea, BUI tyuncy, UnlveJ- slty of AVkansas,'Payettevlllc, jnd Dick Parker, student at A'.taiisia Slate-College;" Joncaboro. Texas ndoptct) the runoff mnry system In 1918: prl 1 - Gfc'T OGDEN SOYBEANS Red ea tied and Sacked U, WHISTLE Rose!and, Ark. We V/iH be closed from 12 o'ciock noon until 7 Thursday, Apn'l 10th in memory o( our friend and benefactor, Henry Ford. Phillips Motor Company lip Tractor Co. SiU'tU'y yiuir our up for summer lri|)s. [)nn't lot ;\ U'lniuM'sitiuMilnl t'lichn.' put :i wet ])l;in!vo( on yotir I»liins. liriiii; your t-;ir in lor ;i Ihoroii/rli <'lii'<'l( . . . we'll correct till lliiil nils il mid iii.'tlv'i! it run Engine Tuneu'p Brake Check Wheel Alignment New Paint Job v H W;^~-fe.< Drive Safely - In Safety! No Cash Needed! Ji A ]\ T. HANKY, Service Mgr. Dodge, Plymouth, Dodge "Job-Rated" Trucks 1,1? GAS • WKKCKICR SKUVICE ii^="FIBK TIRRS <T\& : * ^.^UvsS^B of Our Entire Stock of Ladies' Spring Coats, Every Garment on Sole! OUIGINAl. I'KIO.S Regular $59.98 COATS and SUITS Rcgijfor $49.98 COATS ond SUITS Regular $39.98 COATS and SUITS Regular $34.98 and $32.98 COATS and SUITS $ SAW'. 1'ItICKS 34,98 AL*FERAT!ONS ARE FREE 4s Usual In This Sale Regular $29.98 COATS and SUITS The SUITS . . . Gabardines, Crepes, Wool Worsteds, nnd Cover! s. Styles for Wear N<i\v :ind Later. JIosl Any Color You Want. 19.98 None Reserved! ORIGINAL rim'i:s Regular $24.98 COATS and SUITS Regular $22.98 and $21.98 COATS and SUITS Regular $19.98 COATS and SUITS Regular $16.98 and $17.98 COATS and SUITS Regular $14.98 and $15.98 COATS and SUITS KALI: VKKTS 16.98 14.98 The Original Price Tags Have Been Left On fvcry Garment, Together With the Sale Tags 12.98 11.98 10.98 The COATS... In \Vo«l Coverts, Gabardines, Suedes, Flannels in ;\ Wide Variety of Styles nnd Colors.

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