The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 6, 1946
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MONDAY, MAY 5, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Moslem Women Maul Policemen British Again Targets Of Demonstrations by Arabs in Palestine. JERUSALEM. May 0. <UPt — Hlaulc-veiled Moslem women todny mauled British policemen who tried 10 break • up « • parade of several thousand Arabs demonstrating ajjainst the Anglo-American commission report on Palestine. Three hundred women led the march of thousands of Arabs. They headed for the JnfTa uatc, bent on demonstrating at Hie residence of Lowell Pinkerton, American consul general. The procession was halted nt Hie sate by |X)lice. The women snnlched up-banners tarrying such legends as ."we will (lt!ht for Palestine to the last drop of om blood." They us«l the standards to Hail the pu- Itcemen impeding the march. A hurry call brought polite reinforcements, ami a senior offtcru filially persuaded the nngry women to send a delegation instead ol marching en masse: A commute" was selected and taken by automobile to Plnkerton's residence. Pinkerton received two of the . women, who protested against American "disregard of Aral) 'rights li this country." Satisfied, IM crowc at'Jailu Bate dispersed early ii the 'afternoon. Who's Who Winners in Blytheville High School Chester C'uldwell r Leaders Report 'Activity By Yarbro 4-H Club The Yarbro 4-H Club met in I he school auditorium Thurfidaj lor the last meeting of the school year. Ellis Rny Swain presided. The group W as led'by Jo Alice McGuiri. in singing. During th c business session Billie Faye Shanks, gardening chairman, reported eight members l:i her group and all gardens planted and radishes and onions in all of them ready for eating. The clothing; groups, whosc"cnp- taiits are Millie Ann e Mallory and Jo Alice McGuire. announced the skirts and samplers being made bv the girls were finished. Work will begin soon on the fair exhibit projects. 'f'he sixth grade girls reported on nn extra social and work meeting at the home of Mrs. B. A. Bugs, their .sixmsor. Mdntroe Holland, captain of the swine projects, told about Joe Bymun receiving his registered Poland China pig. Erpecial guide books had been distributed with directions for plant- Ing hybrid seed corn for demonstrations. Five boys, with Virgil Handley as group captain, arc following these directions. Frank Maxwell was appointed new captain of the poultry group. Barbara Anne Johnson, secretary, gave n report concerning the County Council meeting held April 17. She was in charge of the following program observing National Music Week. W. O. Hazclbnker. assistant conn- ty agent, explained the state and . county prize winning projects and m the summer camp at Fnyetteville to ~ be held in August. Helpful and harmful insects were discussed by Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent. The club made plans to meet during the Summer vacation. Twenty three regular members and one new member. Billie Mae Presncll. were present. PAGE TtlEKU Labor Troubles Cause Little Rock Newspapers To Miss Sunday Issues 'UTPUE KOCK, Mny 0. (UP) — Two Utlle Rock iiRU'spupt'i', tl»'.- Arkansas Qawtte uiul the Arkansas Otmoi'i»t. iKiiinuHl publluiillon today nfU'r net(leiiu>nL ol u slerco- typcrs strike »->ilcli prevenfod )iub- lli'Utlou of rr^uliir Sunday editions and union lutlves uimouiu'rd last nlijht lluit Lolh fiu-llona had t^rtr<\ tu uvbl-' trullcn u[ wugn uiiU eoiUtuct Ult- H'rcnci'jj by aeiK(« I>ule of Ohtaig'), rhiihinun of the Ainerlctuv Ni'W.i- pujH'i PublUlu'U A.sjKK'lulton. and l.L'o J. Uwkluy or New York, (ires- Ulrnl of the InUmuUoiiKl HU'ii'o- t\|M'is »n<| KlCTlfUtypttii Union, nn AF1, ulYllliiU. The i:ynt)a£t will U rclruclkc to Store Your Clothing Now 2 Phones 474 anil 475 Our unexcelled COLD STORAGE facilities guarantee ABSOLUTE PROTECTION for ALL of Your Furs, Woolens, and Household Linens. No Charges Due Until rail March 1, the date the present contract explicit £lereclyu«rK of both pullers, v.\wnn combined Sunday circulation .U more tlian ItM.COO, [ailed to report to work Saturday nlfcht while union officials and publishers discussed dltremuies—u wiice. IncrcuM and length of contract. four States to Hold Party Primaries Tuttday WASHINGTON, Muy 8. lUP) — Four Him CM hold primary tlectlom I tomorrow with Ohio performing In llif spot HijlilcU {.niter ring. The oilier iM-lnmry stales me Alabuma. Klorldn und Indiana. Ohio is lop* despite a .spiritless primary campaign In which two of I he major' candidates urc without opposition. One of them Is former governor John W. Drickor who will receive tlie Ui'publlcim senatorial iioiulnutlon loinnrrow. He hopes to win the- Ci. O. 1'. piTshlcntlul nom- millun In 19411. R**4 Courier ItaM Wan* 44* , Refrigerator Sanrk* Washer, IreiMr md Got Engine Sehrkt Vacuum Ctfuwrt, Pvu, Iron* and Small AppUaacc* B*- ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY, Inc. • J. W. Adams, MJT. Ph«Be 2*71 ZM-M W. Httn NU-WA Launderers Cleaners 218-220 North Second Street ELECTRICAL CONTRACtlNfi Let us figure your total contract includ ing labor. • Service and Repair on wiring and accessories. • ; Appliance Repair, > WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 111) S«>. S«T. Phone 8371 standing honors with those at the top of the list Miss Ann Weedtnan. Miss Frances Field, Miss Rosemary Johnston. Miss Marilyn Deen and I Miss Frances Shoiisc. Chester, a senior, placed first us Mr. B. H. s., Most Populiir. One That Means Most to B. H. S. and Most Handsome. He received second place in divisions of Most Courteous, Citizen and Most Striking Personality. He placed third in Best All Around. His brother, Dan, a junior, was first in the Best All Around division and tied \vith him in second olacc for Most courteous and Most :triking Personality. H c also was second in Most Popular and third Best citizen. KrancM Shouae. Miss weedman placed first «>> best All Around. Best Clllztn, ilp-sl Helpful ami one That Means Most to B. H. S. She placed second In divisions of Most Courteous ami Most Striking Personality. Miss Field was ' chOisah : MW1 B. H. S. Miss Johnston, Most popular and Most Striking Personality, Miss Deeu, prettiest, a|id M'V Shoiuie, Best Dre&s«d ufid Best Figure, Miss Field plucetl second as Best Dressed and Miss Deen, second »3 Most Popular and Beet .Figure, ijhe was third in Best AH Around and Miss B. H. S. Miss SlibUse placed third In Most Talented and' Most Popular. • •'.,-,' COLD PREPARATIONS liquid—Tablet* — Salve — No» Drop* Hat satisfied millions lor Coalisn Ui* cnlr ol dll«1ed Ann Coveted honors in Blytheville High this I 3 Craighead Citizens Die Of Poisoning School Who's Who contest, 'ear were widely distributed. Chester and Dan Ciildwell led the boys division, both taking several first, second and third places in numerous contests. JONESRORO, Ark.. Mny 0. (Uf) f—Three Craiyhead County citizens died last week-end from drinking denatured alcohol, which officer? said was purchased in small ! amounts from a drug store, A number of girls received out- ; Tlu , <]e;K , nl . c Hel . hcrt Green, 34, Luster)) .Green, 45, and- Mrs. Orn Green Muttox, 52—all rp'embers o(. Ih'e 'same'Tamlly. ,-••-••?: Officers ut first attributed • Herbert's death In natural causes, l>"t after Lester's death an InyentUfB- lion was ordered. Mrs. Muttox, before her death, told uut'hprltlcs that her brothers hart been drinking, and hud offered (trlnts to u number of neighbors In the ' Oak Grove Community, where they lived. Plastics covered with metal will make up much of the costume jewelry or the- future., ItY KXI'BUT MECHANICS' For All Makes of Cars Our compU-le service includes . .. Motor Tune-Dp, Motor Overhauling Urake Adjustmtnt und re-llninit- Kloctrival Repairing, Hurtlator Repairs, 'and Oil Chanice, Don't Wait! We will pay you the top cash price Tor your car. Drive In today. CJet the cash. We Are Approved Blytheville Dealer* DESOTO - PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry B complete Htnck of Genuine Chrysler and I'ackurd Parts SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SEYMORE—Owner Corner Franklin & Walnut Phone 8KG or 3531 It's amazing how BERLOU KILLS MOTHS! Yes, and i like i 5-YEAR written GUARANTEE! OIIP swavinar with BRRT.Ot) Molhuroof nroleels cloth!nir. furs, blankets, rues, furniture for 5 vcars. or BERLOU navs for the damage. BER- I.OU fives -sure, low-cost moth-nroteclion . . . onlv 25 cents i«r vear for fur coal! Not affected bv drv-clcaninsr. HUBBARD Hardware Co. 213 Wist Main Phone 3*15 What Kind of Men Do Men Copy!... FRKS1I DRESSED DAILY FRYERS CUT UP . Buy the cntlr* Fowl »r Jiut the PtecM'Yoir W*nt Auk 111 (or Our FRESH Infertile Yard Feji. Garden-Fresh Produce Received Daily We Stock a Wide Variety of Pickles, Olives, Jams, Jellies Cuts JLQDJIDJlfHIC All Green and Spears HOr fHIHUUd All White Sl'KARS Tim Variety Orowry- -Tome and S«« Pickard's Gro. & Market Plume 20 III tOU Chlckasawba Ave, USED CARS WANTID We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. If you are Roin); (o keep your present c»r let us give you an cslimulo on reconditioning your motor, body aiul painting. Credit terms tan lit; urrnnged. Tires, Tubes nn(? aulq und home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Old.sniohile Bast Main St. GMC Trucks Phone 519 Well dressed men, with their clothes clean and well pressed, with that extra point, a white handkerchief in their breast pocket. Just look for a successful man, you will find him well dressed, and C L E A N—with clothes that fit.' We Specialize in Alterations Better Cleaning Costs No More OUR 8-HOUR SERVICE Is Geared to Meet Your Needs. HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER 320 West Main St. Blytheville, Ark. TAILOR Phone 2612 BERLOU Is It Out of Order? • Our mechanics are Not Factory Trained—hut They are GOOD! • Their work is GUARANTEED! • Their Trices are REASONABLE! • They are well equipped to dp Ught Repair Work on any make of Cnr or Truck! • They Guarantee to SATISFY! NKWT SHORT in Charge of Garage. MARR'S Auto Service Prompr Road Service Washing, <i reusing, PoHshlur All Standard 1'ro^ucts Phone 2611 Ash at Second EMERSON ATTIC FANS Are Available Again AT PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO I NC

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