The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1946 · Page 3
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May 7, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 194G BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NKW8 PAGE THUSE Half of Tag Team Disqualified In Match Here Leo Ncwmnu was disqualified in last nlelil's wresUliiK niHtch Rt Uie Amrricnn Legion Arcnn Joifclling Hie bout to Tex Riley and Henry Havre!. Chris Bclkas, Newman's partner for the bout, bccniuu so disgusted with tlte apparent Joul play that he would oTfer no assistance to his partner. After the match, Promoter Mike Meronay said that the disqualifying of Newman would not be charged to Bel- Russian Troops Move Out of Iran Official Confirmation V Eagerly Awaited by • Security Council. By SAM SOUKI llniteil Press Staff Ciirrespcmlent TEHRAN, May 1. (UP)— Irun looked today to Premier Ahmed Ghaviim for official confmnalioii that the last Russian soldier left the country before midnight last niRht. the deadline set by the So- vict -Iranian aureement. Prince MozafTar Fironz, Ghavam's sjxikcsiiian, said the government was awaiting confirmation from the Russians. He said a few hours before the deadline tlint "as far as WR know" the Red army evacuation was complete. He promised a definite announcement ns soon as the fjovern- mcnt had something definite to report. (The Firoux statement was issued a few hours before Hussein Ahi, Iranian ambassador to Washington, informed the UN Security Council | made his way to his corner New- City to Spend $625,000 for Street Construction I MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 7. (UP) —A postwar city Improvement program was launched today with announcement by City Commissioner p. P. Williams of a $625,000 street fonstructlon program. Scarcity of tnatcrials will delay work on other projects, Wllllinns said. Deposits, iu Wyoming bunks showed i> gulu of more than $42,310.000 during the past yeur. Read Courier News Want A<ls IN TUB PKOHATK COURT FO* THE CIIICKASAWBA IUSTK1CT Of MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. In kits. A new referee officiated in place of Mcroney who received an injury to an "old break In one of his ribs last night. The new man was Jack Toone. He was initiated in the best roughhousc style belli;; thrown bodily from the ring two times. Belkas appeared to be a-s clean and as skillful as any matinan to appear here before. He vefviscd participate in any foul stunts. Newman pinned both Harrel and Riley in the first fall of the main event in 30 minutes. In the second fall Harrcl had Belkas secured in an armlock and when Bclkns Public Health Officers To Meet in Little Rock LITTLE ROCK, May 7. (UP) — Dr. T. T. Ross, state health officer, announced here todny plans for the first ix>st-war State Health Department Conference. The meet, is booked for May 23 and 24 at Camp Robinson, near here. Dr. Ross estimated that more than 300 public health workers would gather here for the conference featuring addresses by out- of-state public health leaders and slate health department personnel. the Matter of the Kslale of l.en£ Ciray, Iteceased. Irene Ciray, Kxrculrix. NOTK'K Notice Is hereby given that the l,asl Will and Testament of I.enn Gray wns probated in common form by the Probate Court for the Chlck- nsnwba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, on the 201H day of April, A. D. 1946. An appeal from such probate cun be effected only by filing a petition, staling the grounds of such H|>penl, with Ibis Court within six (6) mouths from the dale of 1 notice. . WITNESS my hand mid se«l this i2ml duy of April, A. 1). 1940. T. W. POTTEll County and Probate Clerk lly Elizabeth Blyllie, D. C. d./E. Keck, II..a. Paitlow, i Attorneys for Executrix. IN TliK t'KOKATt: COURT FOR TIIK CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT ' OK MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. In Die Mailer of thr Kstate of l.enu (Iruy, defeated. Irene Gray, Kxeculrlx, Box 317, K. F. 1). N». 2, Blvthrvilk, Arkansas. NOTICK OF ADMINISTRATION Notice i:i hereby given that letter te.stuiiH'iitary were limited lo thc undersigned upon the estnle of I.cni Gray, ileeeasi'd. on tile 20th duy o April. A. IX 1U4C, by the Prolwlc C6url for (he Chlckusiiwba Dlstrlc of Mississippi County, Arkansas. All persons hnvirm ehilins ov do In New York that Iran had been unable to confirm the evacuation because of interference to government aKcnts in the "autonomous" A/er- Uaijan province). man refused to be tagged and help him out. Belkas was eventually pinned some 15 minulr.s later. Then Riley and Efarrcl made short work of Newman witll airplane spins. Firouz said it was up to the Rus- I kangaroo kicks, and a double jack sians to inform the Tehran govern-I knife, mcnt officially that all Soviet troops I Newman was disqualified In the hart gone home. Last Cnnvny Hushes North? An oflicial British source in Teh- third fall giving the match to Riley and Harrel. In the first preliminary Belkas ran reported late yesterday that it | pinned Ilnrrel in five minutes. Ri- had received news that a Russian convoy presumably the last Red army troops in Azerbaijan had been seen racing madly north in an effort to cross the border before midnight. This convoy was seen between Zenjan and Julfa, small towns lying f u "*.wccn Tabriz, the A/erbatjan cap,1. and the Soviet frontier. It con- ,lccl of 128 trucks and halltraeks. r -~ tanks and four staff cars. I A survey reported by the British yesterday afternoon showed Russian vehicles moving toward the frontier from Maraud, about 40 miles northwest of Tabriz. An Englishman who arrived by air from Tabriz yesterday said Russian tanks and trucks passed under triumphal arches in Tabriz, during the evacuation. Huge pictures of Premier Stalin and Jaafar Pishevnri. head of the self-proclaimed Azerbaijan regime, smiled down on the troops. Gen. Mikhail Glinsky, Red army commander in Azerbaijan, left his card at Allied consulates in Tabriz according to diplomatic etiquette with the initials P.P.C.—pour prcnde conge (taking lcavc.1 ley took 10 minutes to Fort Smith Bus Drivers' Strike Enters 4th Day FORT SMITH. Ark.. May 0. (UPi —A strike of 58 Fort Smith bus drivers went Into its fourth day today with no plans for re-opening of negotiations between union and company officials. The drivers left their buses unmanned at 4 o'clock lust Friday morning in demand for raises of 25 and 38 cents nn hour and contract provisions for vacation with pay. The Twin City Coach Co. ol- fered raises of six and 13 cents but balked at th c vacation-with-pay contract clause. Newman in the second. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Studcbaker Service WE BUY AND SHU, GOOD USED CAHS Lex Chsimblm (Sill Chamblin Phone 2195 Railroad & Ash Sts. DARA — is Everything Yon Desire hi it SII A M POO You'll he thrilled with your very firsi DA It A shampoo . . . because DAKA—with six-way, hair-t>eauiy act ion — leaves hair a^low \vhli beamy. Your hair will be more lustrous, and more ^lamtmms than you ever dreamed possible. 5CK Alio available In Ihre* ' fnmily iii»»i He 1.50 2.50 DAKA instantly produces A rich, bubbling lather in an) 1 kind of water, •fr Unlike soap, DARA never leaves a dulling film. it Unlike soap, DARA never requires a special rinse. -fa OARA removes all loose d.ndrurT—right away, •yt VJAKA leaves hair sod and manageable — right after ihampooing. if DAKA reveals all the glorious natural lustre. Git four DARA of any dr«j «r <feportm«»r itor*. minds ugulnst said estate must present, thetn, .duly aulhe'ntlcatcd, to he undersffined Itii 1 allowance be- ore the end of .six li\onlhs ; from he dule of the tlrsl publication of his notice, which Is April 23rd. A. D. 1946. if not *o presented within such time, they will be forever baited. The address of the under- sinned Is Irene Gray, Box 317, R. P. 1). No. 2, niylhevmo, Arkansas. Duted this '22nd day of April, A. D. 1M6. Executrix of the btate of Gray, DecmtMi O E Keck, H O Attorney*. Electric Rate Cuts Loom for Many Cities 1 LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 7. 1UE>( —Plans were made today to efTcc tuate annual savings of Si'20.000 to c^;J.omers of the Arknns:\s-Misso -x^jivev Co. . while the state Public Sccvice Comniis.siqn extpntlecl its rate-reduciiqh ci'ackdowii to a second utiHty comriany. Tlie commission^ set May 1G for n hcariiig oh thc ArkansaK-Mis- soilrl company's new rale sci^eclxilc aprcecl to I'ccently by tnc comiiaiiy after an inforinnl rsite, investigation by engineers and accountants. The commission ordered the reduction, and the company accepted by telephone seconds before a deadline after which thc commission planned to issue n show cause order. Thc company aiso agreed to a Rat 10 per cent reduction in the pric" ot electricity to cooperatives, commission Chairman C. C. Wine .said. The second company to come under the commission's campaign to equalize power ratc.s was the Southwestern Gas and Electric Co. of Shrcveport, La, An engineer :uul an accountant today began another al investigation of thc com- r.y's rate structure which Wine was "out of proportion with rales charged by other companies," Among the cities in the 15 western Arkansas cities served by Southwestern are Fayettcvillc, Rogers, Booneville. Waldron, Mena, Dc- CJuecn, Fulton, Eureka Springs, Springdalc, Green wooci, Nashville Ashdown and Texarkana. Wine said the Louisiana Public Service Commission had been invited to participate in the investigation. KIRBY DRUG STORES MAIN AT SECOND - BROADWAY - DIVISION We Deliver at 11 A. M. and 4 P. M. MOTHERS DAY... SUNDAY, MAY iMi Toiletries say , "stay as sweet as you are" . '•••'. eliarm . . * whispering flower sccnta gently touched with tender magic ... all cxquisit gifts for this, her shining hour. Texan Elected President of. Central College CONVVAY, Ark.. May 1. IUP1 — Dr. Robert U Wliipplc of Marshall Tex., htis been elected prcsiden of Central college. Baptist Jnnio College for women here. Dr. Whipple. vice president psychology instructor of East Tex as Baptist College, succeeds Edvvi S. Preston, who resigned, effectiv June I, to become head of Cumber land University cit Lebnnon. Tcm Thc appointment was announce ^:.<tcrday by thc Rev. Harold B Tillmnn. First Bnptist Church pas lor at Con wo y and members of committee apiwinted to consider a new president. (ft a o '— -^ iR MODERN MO Do YOU suffer from f CRAMPS NERVOUS TENSION on "CERTAIN DAYS" of th« nw«tti? , If female functional monthly tils- , turbnnecs nmke you suncr crsmps, ; headache, backnche. weak, tlrc<l, ncr- vou». cmnlcy fcollnEs—at svicll times . —try Lyrtln K. I'lnkhiim'r. Vegetable . Compound to relieve such tiy.nntonu. ' Taken thrutut the in.«iih---Plnle-, liam's Com pound helps hvilld up re- elaUnoolEiiliut iurl, symploino. Alsi j tronM>.lo*i" > Mc tnnlnl Tm'.[! _~~^\ Lovely Compacts . . . $3.75 to $4.00 Dainty Box Soap . . . $1.00 to $1.50 Gift Stationery . . . by Montag . , . $1.00 to $2.50 Bill Folds. . . by Eiigcr Kress .... Thc Newest Idea iu Ladies Bill Folds $1.00 to $5.00 Choose Her Favorite from These Nationally Famous Lines Kirby's Drug Stores arc known for llicir selccUon ol' favorite Toiletries. Here are a fesv of the top lines we carry: REVLON Nail Preparations, Lipsticks, Rouee and Powder Color Chest—6 bottles of Polish Match Box Polish. Lipstick, nouble Feature Polish Adheron ... si.so , .. 51.13 Aclhcron .... 73c .KNTHERIG Perfume .. $1.50 lo SS.OO Sachet $1.00 Ta lo «0c Soft Focus Make-UP $1.30 KARI.Y AMERICAN Olrt Spice - Friendship Garden. Bjlth Powdtr ...... $1.00 Bath Salts ........ si.N Toilet Water ...... Jl.Ofl KIAZAHKTH AKDKN Main and Broadway America's Foremost Toiletries Rluc Grass Cologne $1.50, 2,50, Sl.r.n Toilet Water S5.0II Sachet Powder S2.00 Sachfl Pillows $2.W n^th Towder $1.50, SZJM Perfume .. S1.Z5 lo $S.SO Sets $3.25 lo S15.50 Balh Sails SZ.5'1 Chen Yu Double Feature .... "!5c Lipstick SI tin Match Set $1.75 Cloud Silk M a ke Up S2.0U MAX FACTOR T,ip Sticks, RO»ee, Fncc Powder. Cream, Pan Cake Make up. KVKNING JN PARIS Perfume—Toilet Watjjr— Cologne — Bath Salts — Buhhle Bath r.UCIEN LELONG Terfume .. S1-S5 In S12."* Colofrne .... 51.25 lo $3.50 Solid Colosnc KM Cream Saehcl S1.6S Toilet \\xler S2.50 lo S3.50 Bath Powtlcr $2.00 lo 53-50 BLMO Mar^o I>usl rowdcr $l.r>0 Balh Powrier $'-W Cologne SI-'O Astringent . $1-00 lo 52.W \VEH, Cobra nnd Cnss^tuiva. Perfume—Toilet \vnlcr CT VIliKANT" Matched Make Up ANKLETS I REDUCED FOR WARD WEEK I Brighlly colored, rayon 'n'collon unhlels for woman and Elastic cuffi on somol 7-10'/». TWO-WAY STRETCH ROU-ONSI ON SALE I CHAMBRAY-YOUR . FAVORITE WORK SHIRTS KNIT SHIRTS FOR BOYS, 57c Slashed for Ward W«ekl Handsome, sturdy colton—Ihey're «ai- ilv washed, slow lo soil! "• : " "H Sturdy All Melal Stool! 1.49 1.05 Firm for figure control • • - »tr«khy for comfortl These features make V/ardi roll-on* th« moit popuTbr girdlai In town I Glrdl« ( pqnty ilyteil S.W.L $1.59, Relax at your worlt with 1liii ron- venlcnt stoolE Sice I coi^1rui:rion bnked enarrieL finish! Sale! Knob- type Wh.el Spinners Only two to a cuttomw—biri who* a lot of w«or you'll flnd pochtit Into Iwo of Ifwi* njggtd, full cut blue chambray ihlrtsl Sanforlxtd for accurate fll. POUSHED BRASS TABLE LAMP wTiD.^ 12.44 For eosler driving, parking ... a big help In traffic! Plastic knob; chrome-plated boiel Savel Juil the thing for yoxir Fiornc wark- honchi The 2'/i-inch jtnvs open lo 2 inches. Gel your* nov.- and save! 5% DDT Spray Reduced! Special Purchase! Pre-WarChic*. ity! Comp'ore the $ \ 9.951.S«pir bran VrifH JfOM finioL reflector light A Valu» at Wards! SWING AND AUTO SEAT FOR BABY 6.49 Ql. 62 C A film of DOT givei protecfion to roorrii wcck^ aflcr sproyfng! Kills Pics, clc. Follov/ directions. Save! Galvanized aEI-slccI prop won't sag, bend or snapl Special clomp keeps fopc secure in heavy winds. Kromex Coke Covtr Reduced! Double-purpose swing for UM while in the home or driving.... Us? it in the stand or on bock of car seat. Sturdy metal stand . . . attractive play tray with beads. A Value Buy at Wards! REDUCED HEXAGON SHINGLES Built to take fhe roughest weottier . . , and stiH retain lhat bright^ new appearoncel Ceramic Gcon- ules from a cotorful flre-rMOlont surfoce. Get a free .' today! -~ J .'', ,88 Gleaming chrofnium-pfated cover keeps cake ffcjfi! Cteor, ipark- ling glass serving plats included. Heavy Duty Farm Pa<k. Sal* PricxH A39 Ward, famous "1000 hour" farm pack—cut priced during Ward Week. I'/iV. "A", 90V. 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