The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1946 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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BLYTHEVILLfc (ARK.) COttttffift THURSDAY,-MAY 9, 1948 9 Heroes i Atfcletk Field To Memory of Pupils Wke Died in Bottle. Echool*ihJldr*E wSo uie the Alll- oi-Harrfc Athletic «.picld at Holland, M*, in years to coqe »U1 remember former :>utdenls who died io'keepjlhe rl«ht for children to pl»\ in 'a tree land—tlie men to whom thit Ufkl .Is dedicated A marble monument »U1 be | circled at the field entrance bear^,! ing name».-.gt thaie nine men J T Allison,i Andrew : <Alljion, William (Harris, 'all-of whom were killed at tPenl Hjrbsr; Leslie Saijllord, Den- yell LoVelt.--.Jotn-, Flowers/W.*xl- 10* Biopks r ;Billy fowler and Elijah The School Agriculture 'Dep«rl- inent has Planted tree* aftovind the field, which* will be well equipped. Tlie .five-acre playground was dedicated Friday, afternoon in a I ceremony sponsored by ' Holland [Federated -Woman's Club .and car\ i led o'A in co'-<>pttM<xi *lth the i school faculty, and'students. ,i ill", program •: took place on the school yard with students, parents and otl*r gil'ests attending. On one ide of', ihe v speakers 'stand was Male Shoppers Seeking Shifts Can Blame It All on Coal Strike BY r*tm WOOD Staff Correspondent Under n proposed move by Britain'!! Labor government, John \»ilmol. abtive, Minister ef Supply, will (jet eonlrol of all Brit- isli atomic energy studies and clan*. 3-Year Old Safe, Bpt Search for Companion, Man ot 23, Continues , N. C., May 9. (Ul'i —That k>n«-aw»ite<3 shift will have lo wall much, much, longer If tho pre««nt coii) mine strike conlii«u« another month, W. P. Jacobs, pies- dent of the American Cotton Man ufacturers Association said hen: today. Jai«bs said thai "If the conl sliorlaie continues at M- 1 * present rat« for another month, mo.sl <>: the MMHhs textile Itidnslrit's «ill have to shut down." Since the mills buy llielr fii'^l directly from the toal inlnt-.s. uml ttot from the retail dealers, .I-'cobs said, th« strike had nrrcclwi Ihert much sooner than those concerns which purchase on 11 rtlali oasis. This was tnie, he said, becansi the detlers were able lo slam up coal where the mines sold out :u- rrt<wt as rapidly a« It was prodiieeu. Jacobs said that already a nuir.- bsr of mills in the south had i:cu:- lorced to curtail their operation i. and several have shut down lions. He Mild Iliat the association wW not In on the strike negoti«tioh«, d therefore knew little of what ,. ,.s isoii!!! on. However, he did s»> IhRt the association had discussed '.lie mutter with the Solid Pueis Administrator in Washington mil Is in sympathy with hl« position. Since tlie coal supply Is not R»aU- iible to everyone, he said, th* ii«- ditstry was not ask I IK favors. PBOPO.SED COHBTITUT10KAI, AMENDMENT KO. 91 SUBMITTED BY rf.rirTH GENERAL ... •It IIKSOI.VKI) JIY TI1K of llio );c««tcllvB eouitltl. ani ,,,),,. r pnrim.', l»J skull W 'collrrlril In (J;ill.-il Sl«le» currtiicr 01 iny »-urf»nl« l*n«lly <ir«»ii on nen if « in^rllj of ,J,rlOgi { i or ' KK IT KKSOI.VKI) JIY THK fiKN'ATK *";it t«M (unii if • lil^rll)- of ir.« AHU HOl'HK Oil IIKl'ItKSJKNTATIVKS <|iinlific-il i-l,',-uirK ul Kuril .'iiuuly fliall (>? '1'iir STATIC OK ARKANSAS. » l'»v.. vol.-.l ijnWIc ro».l l«s it i«s liUllirilr nf all lh« inetnl)CT» cT^clnii U |lC""Crill rlfrllon for .Stall mild counir t.th »iuu«<- nirwi'lnB llnrotoj ,«ffi€crK [.rn-cJins sucli . levy >l »>•>. Tkm ids fullowing in Jiereby jirojitjuuil Mrrllon.. II<I)- llio k t' 1 "' Arkansas, srttt U]>O it(rtl lo lite nteeiorK of tu Kl«l« fur «|i|iriiv»l or rrjccllon it Ii, iic<t ^.'riir.-il i'li-clion for. RcllreRenl* »l STnnl'in, If « inslorltc 0 oting Hu'r*'»>n, M RUeh <« iil ^it«>L sinrntlrnenl. tn lipiL! tx^ouie A {tarl of tlio Cou __ _ _ nf (he Ihe c-lpr1nr- HAFtRISON, Ark., May « —Boone and Searcy county off! c ide oi.tne spf*i.fi* ain.iu -.00 "; C | U | S todny-were stlil searching for (jroup o< veterans and on the other i 23 _ J , e . u ._ 01 ' c j Aionzo -Stephcnson or 'ide. Boy Scouts, i Harriett, Scnrcy County, In connec- I Joe CoiieU.' gave^! the Call to tloti with the dlssnpncarnncc "' Osccola PCA Executive To Apanage Lepanto firm Frank Hell, formerly 111 charge >l the Planters Production Credit Association (if Mississippi County in Osffolu. Is now office manager of .. the Poiiis Mercantile Co. .office In U-panlo. ' Mr. Hell who recently returned to civilian life after 45 months In llio Navy, succeeds Carl Bass of I*- pantu, who Is entering private business In niylheville June 1. Koiul Courier News Want Ads, > vH; SKl'TION III lit till* KUU- 01 lo reu.l ag fo£. ol !>!(• Hlatc i> t.vku] HOI c* • H nil t\VI- l-l ili >l.:ill Ii: (•cjinf li'Jl (Hills atnUt- iirajJiTly °,,ti^ vfhii-Ji *k ,-,,»my iu-J.1 I ySr ... ii. [h? office <jf — r oil tlir 20lli <iny lit M«rrh, 1»1-. ijli-nA my linnil Kn.l fital of offira ils (In- 'J'jlli d:iy vf fc'ebruary, iy«4, •<:. (i. Hull. .Sct'reUry at .SUr« Timothy hay was named for Timothy Hansen ,who iritrodxiced this Kuropeati grass Into Maryland,' in 1720. Read Courier Newt Want Ads. ml The B*auty Nook I 111 No. First J Phone 894 t Helen LM(er * Isabel Farbw »«•••••••••••»••••••• I Arms nhd'the-Rer. Marvin Niblack, i pistoi- of the Metlwdlst Church nt i Steele.-'jsaid the invocation. W. I.- Myers, school superintendent, presented fhe dedication, sjieech : and'the audience Joined in singing "America !he Beautiful." tnd "America Dickie Hiile. 3-year-old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Hale ot Harrison. After he hn(l been missing Irotn his home for several hours, tlw child was found ill the bus station at Miirshull. Ark. Stephenson took Dickie for a walk alter vlslt- „,.- m * - 'irijr the Hale home Sunday, and The Memorial address Tias given! lhc parents, conlnctcd nutlioritles by the '.Rev. George Bugg : Joe Cor- | in EcmC y county when the two rell played_ tape to conclude the . r ai i e(l to 'return, program. .< - It was reported that Stephcnson Holland Field Day also was ob-1 and the child were riding in'the served Frid«y as a part of National j back of a truck iror.1 Marshall to Youth Week- ward Harriett, when one oi tlie •various ex- occupants got suspicious and re' authorities were contacted. and fdllowing the dedication program aj« 1 'o'clock, tf o ball games " by boys and girls were played, teams.' Helena Woodworkers End Three-Week Old Strike *• • HELgNA, Ark.,., May 9. (UP)— Millwrights, machine sho^ crews and firemen returned to work at Lhe criica^o Mill: and Lumber Co. in W«st Helena* .today. foUowirig settlement • last "night ot a three- weeks-bid strike. C W. Carter, secretary of the International Woodworkers of America. tGIO) : arinouneed aceeptshcs by the* union of the company's ot- fer of; a V^cenU an hiw raise across i the board for all hourly lated *mnlpje6'ab soon as they re- uirn t'n wot*' • Chancellor to Speak On Juvenile Delinquency IAJXORA, Ark.. May 9.—Clwn- ' cellor Francis Cherry of Joiiesboro. j will be guest speaker tonight lit the meeting of the Luxora Kotar- inns. Chancellor Cherry will talk on Juvenile Delinquency, In tlie high school auditorium at 8 o'clock, .The public is invited and nil par- I ents arc urged to l>c present, It I was announced. Radio Service Loct R*f rigarator Service •fni Lawler Washir"/ I ro lie r and Qos EnaiAe Service . ' rhffl* Tnt _ i ''ft .' - Vaduum-, Cleaners, Tans, Irons anil Small Appliances Rel AOAMS APPLIANCE toMPANY, Inc. ^. W. 'Adams, Mgr. 2W1 2»6-M W. Mate REPLACED We have just installed the latest machine to make Keys. And we carry a complete stock of blanks. When you need an extra Key, sec us. BLAN HEATH Auto & Home Supply Phone 82g 419 W. Main A«k Vi for Oar FUSE •Infertile Yard Ec(*. . POULTRY FRESH DRESSED DAILY FRYERS CUT UP Bay the entire Fowl or Jiut the Pieces Von Wan* Garden-Fresh Produce Received Daily We, Stock a Wide Variety of Pickles, Olivet, Jams, Jellies C.ts and Speare ASPARA«US All While SPEARS Tbe Vvkty Grocery—Come and See Pickard's Gro. & Market Phone 2043 1044 Chickasawba Ave. USED CARS WANTED W« wHI p«y you the full OPA Ceiling p4w yowr extra equipment. Is It Out of Order? Our iiH'cluinics nrc Not Factory Traiutcl — lint They are GOOD! Their work is GUARANTEED! Their I'rices ;ire REASONABLE! They arc well equipped to d'j l.i^lil l{e|iaii- Work on arty make •if Car (ir Truck! 'I'hoy Otiiiraiilec to SATISFY! NEWT SHOUT in Charge of MARR'S Auto Service »•-» "°°"°-«° phone 2611 Washing, Greasing, 1'ultshln A|l Standard Products Ash at Second SATURDAY BAKERY SPECIALS Beautifully Decorated MOTHER'S DAY CAKES 75c and $1.50 CAN WATER AID IN KIDNEY-BLADDER DISORDERS? YES—If Ii'* Mountain Valley Mineral Water, lh« mineral water from HOT SPRINGS, ARK. MOUNTAIN VALLKY — HKLl'S Stimulate Kidney Action — Irritation—Combat Uric CROSSTOWN WHISKEY Main and Division Biythevirl*, Art. Don't Say Bread ... Say HART'S Bread HART'S BAKERY Hlytheville Owned — Employing Blytheville People EMERSON ATTIC FANS Are Available Again AT PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., INC. PRICES ARE LOWER AT HUBBARD'S KY EXPERT MECHANICS For All Makes of Cars Our complete service includes . .. Motor Tune-Dp, Motor Overhauling, Urake Adjustment and re-lining. Electrical Repairing, Radiator Repairs, and Oil Change. Don't Watt! We will pay you the top cash price for your car. Drive in today. Get the cash. We Are Approved Blytheville Dealers DESOTO — PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry a complo'.e stock of Genuine Chrysler and Packard Parta SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SEYMORE—Owner Corner Franklin & Walnut Phone 886 or 3534 .liilti- Not Kvaclly as Illustnited. A MODERN BEDROOM Three Pieces For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam " and Dirt for Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. M. T.arkin Hnlen Holm™ If ye* M« J0« Ml •Ml CmKt i to keep your present car .let us give ite ea reconditio«Hig yo«r motor, body W •rranged. Tires, Tubes and auto far sate. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. ( GMC Trucks Phone 519 '•MM**. Special 1crms to FARMERS Buy NOW PAY Next Fall! Terms On Any Purchase Over $40 .1 Sturdily Constructed! Richly Groined Walnut Finish! • Full Siml Pane! Hed • 4-Dra\ver Roomy Chest • Smart Drop Center Vanity with Hound Mirror Here's a womterHtl bedroom buy. Smnrl modern styling combined with tlie i-iclily grained wtilnut (iuisti on all lliroo pieces make it outstanding at this low price.. USK OUR EASY TERMS for Yonr Purchase HUBBARD FURNITURE COMPANY 401 West Main Street HAYS IMPLEMENT CO. 2*0 K. Main, Blylheville, Ark., Phone 2M1 SALES AND SERVICE OF J. f. CASE EQUIPMENT Just Received a shipment of CASE HAMMER FEED MILLS 8 Inch $105; TO Inch $129.50 FOR SALE! 16 Ga. Corrugated Steel Culwrts in 16 Ft. Lengths wilh Connecting Fmnds. They're Lighter than Concrete, Easier to Install and Will Last a Lifetime. CALL OR WRITE — LEE WILSON & CO. Phen* 18 Wibon, Ark.

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