The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 14, 1946
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TUESDAY, MAY 14, 194G BIATIIBV1MJB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Dwner of Spring Seeks To Insure Water's Flaw; , Wants $1,000,000 Policy LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 14. (UP)—Lloyds of London culled upon the statfi of Arkansas today for an Opinion. liui-old Foxhall. director o[ Ihc stall; GeoloBV Department, snid hove that L. P. linwlcy of chicnBO, vice- Litchf ield Cases To Be Reviewed European Theater Commander Seeks Details on Brutalities. FRANKFURT, May 14. (UP)Gen. Joseph T. McNarney, European Theater commnndjtr, today ordered a thorough review of the Lichfield brutality cases "from the day the first complaint was received." "I am determined that no one who may be culpable will escape being brought lo jnsllce," McNnr ney said in an interim report on the progress of Hie trials. The cases involved charges that officers and men were brutal to American military prisoners at the Army's 10th replacement depot liable Information stockade at Lichfield, England. McNarney said that an Investigation made by Maj. Gen. John T. Lewis, western area commander, revealed "mishandling" and "failure" on the part of some Intermediate commanders to "recognize the seriousness of Ihe situation." He added that the officers in charge also nei;Iecled to direct a complet n investigation of brutality complaints and to take "prompt corrective and punitive action as required." As a result, McNnrncy said he has directed his inspector fjenernl to undertake the review of all phases of the trials as they occurred from June. 1944 to the present time. The inspector general also was ordered to "closely observe" the continuance of the trials with the aid of a special staff. president of All-Risk, Inc., and a:i underwriter for the famous English firm, asked his opinion on risks involved In Insurance against stop- paye of flow of the springs of the Mountain Valley Water Company nt Hot Springs, Poxhall added that he understands the company Is attempting to insure Its springs, from which It bottles Mountain Valley Water, for $1,000,000, The geology director said that he regarded the risk as slight, but he advised the insurance firm to hire a consultant geologist to make an on-lhe-spot lest if thev wanted re- Sheriff's Slayer Denied Motion for New Trial NOTICE Notice Is hereby given thut the undersigned will within the time flxeil by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer ut retail at Highway 61 N., Blythcvlllc, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that lie Is a citizen of Arkansas, of uood moral character, llwl. he has never bci'ri convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude: that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within live years lust past; and that the uiute.-- shjned has never ibeen convicted of Violating the laws of this state, or any other stats, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Twin Cables By J, J. Hurgett (owner) Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13 clay of May. 1946. W. IAJOII Smith (Seal I Notary Public. My commission expires 3-l-'48. NOTIOK Notice Is hereby ylvcn that the undersigned will within the lime fixed by law apply lo Ihe Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit lo sell beer al relnll at 500 Elm Street, Blythe- Money Matters In Foreground Of Road Issues r LITTLE ROCK. ARK.. May 14 , iUP)—The problem of revamping the state highway commission as suggested last week by Oov. Ben Laney's highway advLsory committee, was placed today third on the list of jobs facing the committee. The Governor said that the com- vllle, Mississippi County. The undcr&ijjiicu states thnt he Is a clltacii of Arkanys. of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude 1 that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned lias never been convicted of violating the laws of this slate, or any other state, vcltUtoH to the. sale of alcoholic liquors. Compress Cafe Llnnle Smith. Subscribed and sworn to' before me this 13 day of May, 1946. Ell/.ubeth Mnson (Scan Notary Public. My commission expires 4-28-50. NOTICE OK KII,INci"T>F APPU CATION KOK MQUOK PERMIT Notice is hereby jjlvcu that the undersigned has filed .with the Commissioner of Revenues of the Slalo of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on (he premises described as 100 South and St., niylhcville, Ark, Application is for iwrnilt to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 day uf July, 194G ami to expire on the 30th day of Juno, 1!H7 Russell K. Marr. PAGE TOW NOTICI: Notice Is hereby given thai lue ilei-slBiH'il will within , (ho lime nxcrt by Inw apply to the Commissioner of Hevcimes of the Stale <>t Arkniuuis for » penult lo sell beer' lit relnll nl 109 South Division, Ulyllievlllc, Mississippi County. Tlic niKlerslKiicd sdites Ihtil he !s clllwMi of Arkunsus, of [jooil inorul haiwlcr, Umt he li«s never been convicted of n felony or olhor crlmo Involving inorul lurpltucU'; thnt no license to sell brer by the umtvr- tlRned luis boon revoked wllhlu five >'<!nvs lusl pust; mid thut the undersigned tins never been convicted al violating the liiws of this state, or liny oilier slnle, rclnltui; lo the sale of alcoholic Illinois, Crosslown Ciife Walter Hullnnl. Subscribed and sworn to betoro me this 13 day of May, 1940. Bll/abelh Mnson (Seal) Notary rubllo. My commission expires 4-13U-50. NOTH:K~'~ Notice is hereby (ilvcn Ihnl the undersigned will wllhln I lie limp llxed by Inw ii|>[>ly to the Commissioner of Ucveiuies of the Slnle o[ Arkansas for a penult lo sell beer at retail ul 217 w. Mnln, lllythe- vllle, Mississippi County, The undersigned staU's that he Is a elll/en of ArkHnsus, of good moral chnraelei, Unit he has never been convicted of u felony or other crime olvliiB moral luvplludc; that no Icenso lo sell beer by the under- lljned luis been revoked within five years lust pusl; and tnut the under- tunl has never beeil eonvlcteil of vloliUtut; the l«\vs of this sltvte, or my other slale, relating to Hie sule of alcoholic Illinois. ' a. L. l.uijun. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13 dny of May, ItUO. Aiidrcanel Freeman (Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires July 0, 1040. CASH BUYERS for YOUR MtOffftTYt,, ' For • qukk mle see me. I have tapir* far ••••» List your property with M. My <*M»ieeieB fc 1%. I have no aUeline*.. H. C. CAMMELL Office 1M 8*. BrniA PILES Hurt Like Sin! But How I Grin Tluuipnmln clmunc Kl'onus lo ^rhis. UKO t n>nl fioctui'*' toiiimlti (in- illsln'sM i>l [illi'a: MJlt illuuKd-l.-* by iLutt'il 'I'liuniltm it. Minor Vlnifi'. Hliriul»liiK QUU'IC luillln- tlvo rollcf of ijiiln, lull, MHVIIVIHK. llcllis poflen liiii'tl |>:irlH; d'thlH lo Hln Ink ttw<^fl- Ini:. U^i' <!<H I'irs' M'ny liKlny. Ci'l iuljo 'J'honhlcn X- Mfnor'ti Iti-rlnl olnliiLonl nr Tlu>l'nl«ll (1 Mluur HiTUt Htl|iln»ttnr|['», b'ollow Inlicl illiTctlului. 11 not ih>ll|;lili>(l, low n>j>l will IKI ri-fiindoil on ri'MiK'Pt- A.l nil i;ol.*l .-inli: atoi'V.* o MALDOURNE. Ark,. May 14. (U.P.)—Kulxrl Byler was encouraged by his attorney today, after he lost his first round in Ills bnl- tle for a re-tvlal In tzarri coimiy Circuit Court here yesterday. Byler was convicted last month for the shotgun killing December of Izard County sheriff j. Lawrence Hnrber, and he was ientencetl lo die In the electric chair May 31. After the Circuit Court decision yesterday, Bylcr's lawyer indicated le would take the appeal to tho Supreme Court. Grounds for the re-trial were based on claims by the defense that Presiding Judge John Ij. Bledsoc was related within Ihe fourth degree, by affinity, to the late sheriff; that two jurors in the case previously expressed an opinion as to Bylcr's guilt or innocence; and that some of th* jurors were not properly paneled. at retail at N. Highway 61. Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned lias been rcvpkcd within five mittee's two main jobs are to deter- | years last past; and that the undermine how much money is needed signed has never been convicted of to rebuild the state highways and where to raise the money. Laney admitted that changing Ihe commission's organization to ?tagger the appointment of commissioners might be a good idea. I am interested in anything that violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Gamp Moultrie . J. L. Moultrie. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13 day of May, 1046. will get the job done on the state I Elizabeth Mnson and farm-to-uiarket roads," he! (Seal) Notary Public, said. [ My commission expires 4-28-50. The Governor indicated that he is not expecting federal aid in rebuilding state highways torn up by' wartime use. 1 The' committee appointed Louis Hurley, El Dorado Banker, to look into the possibilit;, Marvel S/oyer Ordered To Serve 70-Year Term HELENA, Ark., May 14. (U.P. —Hal Scaife. ex-sailor from Mar- vcll. Ark, today was ordered com . v.iitted to the slate penitentiary by • jmlgc E. M. (.Pipkin in. P<Hi|vpp< ^ County Circuit cotift here, afte; lie was convicted in the knife slaying of his';wife at their Marveil home in December, 1943 . Scaife had been at liberty since His conviction two' years ago, a 1 stay . of- .sentence having been] granted him by former Governor, Homer M. Adkins until such time as a second murder charge agains', the sailor was disposed of. He wJi> accused of killing his molhcr-in- law, Mrs. Susie Davis, in the same row in which his wife met her death. Judge Pipkin quashed the second charge, and ordered Scaiie committed to the penitentiary [ June I to serve the 10-year sec-1 oiul degree murder sentence. NOTICE I Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State ofi Arkansas for a permit to sell beer • v v Mother's Friend massaging preparation helps bring ease and comfort to^expectant mothers. M OTHER'S FRIEND, an exquisitely prepared emollient, is \ificlul In all conditions where a blatui, mild nncMlyiic massage medium In Ekhi lubrlciittou is desired. One condition in which women lor more tlmu 70 years have used it is an application for massaging the body riuring pregnancy ... it heiyis kttp thn skin soft antl piiahlc ... thus avoiding unnecessary discomfort due to tiryness anrt tightness. It rcfrcshea nr.d tones the Ekln. An ideal massngc[on lor thQ numb. UnGllnE or burning sensations of the sfctn ... for the tired back muscles or cramp-like pains in the legs. Quickly absorbed. Delightful to use. Highly praised by users, many doctors and muses. MlUions of botUcs sold. Jusl, ask any drugnlst for Mother's Friend—the skin emollient nntl lubricant. Do try It. Mother's Friend for the big insect season approaching. Have Your Property Sprayed With D. D. T. Like the U. S. Government Uses Boyett Spraying Co. is equipped to do just that. You can help rid your community of pesky insects by calling Phone 3602 BOYETT DDT Spraying Co. Offices Temporarily Located F 7 J f. Vine St. Geo. (Buddy) Boyett—Owners—Fred Boyett Jr. HOW'LL YOU HAVE YOUR EGGS? •This weather-beaten trouble-shooter isn't worrying about your eggs — or whether you want 'em soft boiled, fried, scrambled - or if you like eggs at all. But he is worrying about keeping your electric service flowing along as usual. If that means eggs for your breakfast, okay then, that's why he's up on a storm-lashed power pole. And, he'll slay there till he gets your line repaired —in spite of hot* wires sputtering around him. In spite of rain . . . lightning . . . tlvunder . . . and a high wind howling, "Watch out, fella, we're gonna hit it again!" You 'don't have to send him a check for his trouble. You won't pay any more on your electric bill -to cover his hard, wet work and the materials he uses. Chances are you'll never even know a line went out. This kind of service is routine stuff for the trouble-shooter and the electric company he works for. Storms -the repairs and cost — are all prepared for and handled in a businesslike way. But it isn't an easy job. Keeping your electric service dependable and cheap is the result of careful planning and sound business management. • Hear NELSON EDDY in "THE ELECTRIC HOUR" wM Kahtil Aimbruilcr'l 0/e*ei/ro. 5ujiJa/i, 1:30 F. M., £OSr, CiS Uclwoik. POWERCO. s Our Business to Serve 3/ou _ CAN WATER AID IN KIDNEY-BLADDER DISOftMRS? VKS-lt It'i MwuiUte V*tt*r Mfaiml Wi*fr. UM f*motu mineral water frm HOT WUNOt, AM. MOUNTAIN VALLEY — HELPS SUnMlat* KUner Acita — ffiilhV , Bladder IniUU*»-C*«tat Uric AcMMr ' ' " CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOT Main and Division BtytferiBft, Alfc. EMERSON ATTIC FANS a Are Available Again AT PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., INC. Farm Ditches and DITCH BANK LEVELING Ne\y i Draglines and . • ' ' Tractors with Bulldozers /mmmfiata Service FREE fstiimrttf S. J.Cohen Co. ENGINEERS — CONTRACTORS Phone 3646 or 2525 Room 30, Lynch Bldg., Blytheville, Ark. USED CARS We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. If yon arc going to ke«p your present Cfir let as _ you an estimate on reconditioning your motor, body and painting. Credit terms can he arranged. Tires, Tubes and »«to and home radios for sate. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmnbile CMC Tracks Kast Main St. RED RYDER Interference BY FRED HARMAN TlVlMG A QUICK LURCH BACKWARDS Your Time Is Valuable .. . Our Service Is QUICK! Call 2611 • for Road Serrice Anywhere • Tires Repaired—-any Kind- ';' • Batteries Charged—Qukk or Stow • Washing and Greasing ; • All STANDARD PRODUCTS • Mechanical Reperin. , MARR'S AUTO SERVICE YOU KNOW WHERE

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