The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 22, 1946
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 19-16 Bl-YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUUIEIt NF.WS Navy Budget Cut $!,000,000,000 House Appropriations Committee Slashes Amount Requested. • <J WASHINGTON. May 22. (Ul'l - P^liie House Appropriations Committee yesterday recommended an appro- prlatloii- ol $-1.689,059,000 for Mie- Navy in lhe fiscal year beuinnhi" 8 ra «lualc of next July than $1,000.000,- °"''""' '"'"" 000 less than the Navy originally requested. The committee restored only S374.- 2GO.OOO of the approximately $2.000,000,000 clipped frinn the naval bud- scl request by the Budget Bureau. Most of the. restored funds were for research and the Iralnlnt; of ru- servos, rather-1111111 for actual fleet i) pe rail 01 is. The committee said (he $1.1)39,059.000 .would provide a licet of 2<)'l major combat ships, with -12 ships in ready reserve and C32 more u» inactive status. ft v/outd provide for -JJ7.000 Nnvv enlisted men und a7,H(IO officers. THc Navy's air strength would he 8,4fJO planes, including 2.500 spares. The committee reported that it vas dilficult to decide just liow nuch the Navy .should have for its irst full year of postwar opera- ions. "If it were~ possible to Know at his moment \vhat effect, for exam- lie, the atomic bomb may have on "mure modes and methods of warfare, a line of approach could bo devised thut would provide the ne-;:- essary men and facilities to serve the pattern of the new era," ih.n committee said in its report accompanying the appropriation bill. ''The war just closed has taught us certain object lessons lhat sve dare not ignore. Tt established, for example, lhat the measure of efficacy of, our Navy is not to be set within the limits of what other na- vle.s of jihi! world may have. "The-old cntch phrase, 'a Navy second to none' has now ceased to be anything but a useless shibbo- ili'ih. pin- Navy, In fact, is lo'day yrenler ^ than lhe combined navies of the workJ.'but that in itself 'means nothing." Veteran Gets Promotion by Power Concern liernard E. Jaggers has been pro- moled lo merchandise manager for the Arkansas-Missouri Power Company, It was announced today from the office of Joe T. Hughes, commercial manager of the company, which has Us head<iuiirlers In! Mr. Jaggcrs is well known locally having been reared here and i graduate of the Blythevllle Hlgii School where he starred in foot- boll and other sports. He Is a vileran of World War II. Prior to entering lhe service Mr. Jaggers was merchandise sales representative for lhe electric coin- Night Baseball Can Offer Some Puzzlers When Lights Go Out pany with which he been employed for the past 10 years. After three years in lhe Army Air Forces, a part of which time j was spent as aerial engineer on a 13-17 bomber, he returned to work for the company as merchandise and service .supervisor for lhe Blytheville district. As head of the merchandise de- Hirlmcnl, Mr. Jagger.s will have charge of matters pertaining lo securing new business through Iho sale of electrical appliances. A large purl of his time will also be devoted lo carrying out the company's program of cooperating with electric appliance dealers in order to help t-ftem increase their sales und in promoting adequate wiring, it \\as announced. League pttcli«d » no-hit dame aiuj lost it G to 5. and Art Doll Of the Tallahassee club In Ihc Ueurciu- Florldu l-eague has appeared «s both a pik'her and a t-atchei' In the sume game twice. But the best one happened lhe other nltjbl In the Sally Uagur'. Over at Columbia, S. 0., the Columbia lieds liHd the b.i«ji loiuled iiy HAIKU i) FOIM:MA\ Tnited I'n-ss Spoils \Vriter ATLANTA, Cm., May 22. (UPI — It has often been said thai anything can happen In baseball and lhat most everything does. No truer words were ever spoken. Players h;ivc been traded for broken bats; guys have been Pined for hitting home runs; pitchers have lost games without pitching a bau; butters have hit home runs antt have failed to score on the blow, and who can forget Babe Herman sliding into third with two of Ills mates already occupying the bag? A few years back. Dutch Mele of the Hirminglmm Barons was waging a bank- for the Southern Association home run crown. Toward the end of the season It looked like lu l might win out. with only a few games left to play. Mele clouted one out of the llaron park bul some joker In a llaron uniform who was already on base forgot to touch second anil Mele's homer was null!- double cleaning the bases and the Tied. Mele's home run production I ileds went on to win 12 to 1. ..The iii the liisi liming with two out '•-:' a game with Jacksonville. Ted Klii.smveskl was trie butler for the Keds anil hit Ihe second ball pitched—tin easy grounder lo shortstop nick Klaus of the Tars. Just as Kluus was about to Held the ball, every light In th« park i Admitted-' " went out. When the llnhU cainr Mrs. T . ,,. r i m ,, milll , ,. Hv . on live minutes later Klus/^wrskl wus perched on flrst. Afler a consullatlon, the ui|iph''.'S made the runner* return lo their bases and Klusiceweskl bat over again., The next time Ted hit a line \nucd tbl: At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Floyd MlehU', Cooler, Mo. Mrs, M. o. Mcl'i'ters. Kiccle. M'l. \ Mis. T. \V, Muikhuin. Uixuru. I.. It. Matthews, city. Dismissed; Mrs. T N.. Johnson, lit. I. cily. Mrs. Herman Turner und son, diy. Mrs. J. T. Olover. lit. 1. city. Mrs. Melvln Hlurlon. Curulhers- vlllf, Mo., Iliyllirvllti- llospllnl Admltle<l: Hetty Kay Wilson, city. Mrs. M. I,, earner, city. Mrs. 11. o. Wickhaiu. cily. Dismissed; Mis. Ham Johns and baby city. Clara Ma,. Wlndluuil. oily. Memphis' llitpllst Arkansas Furniture Dealers Plan Meeting ., Mysterious Malady Takes Lives ot Four Babies on "Brides" Ship 1/1'ITLE ROOK, May 22. (Ul'l furniture <Umlers all over NEW yoaK n (UP)-Tlio A|-kaiwns Icdiiy eomploted plnliu lor , fourth of 1!) bnbles .slrlekcn by u lhe Arkansas Hi'lnll Furniture iiiyslcrlous'nxilmly alxmnl the bride Ui'iilurs Assoelallon eoiivenllon her-- ship /cbvilon Vanco died today as May 'J8 and 'JU, doctors foiiuhl lo save the lives of Scheduled speakers mv J. T. j three others who still were In a critical condition. New York port, of embttikatlon authorities, awalltng the results of Hyiin, scorf lai'y-manuger of Hi •Soulhern Mamifuclureis Association: u. Hamilton Moses, prcsldcm f llw Arkansas 1'owcr and l.l^lit ;o.; WIHIunia Hulpln. u f lhe N,v- Icnal Uelnll Fiu'iillurc IX'alei.i As- oclallon; Waller Wood, of lhe K. L. il'.R'i' Lumber CO. In Memphis; W. V, Morrison of llu> Nallom.l Itelull .._ _ urnlture Dealers Assoclallun; and I K, Mount, Itout St. Joseph llnspllal Ailailltcd: Waller Lcsler. Coolei. Mo, Lidice Slayer Of 300,000 Put to Death LONDON, May 22. (UP)— The Prague railio said Kntl Hmnntiu Frank, Nazi "protector" of Bohe- ]iiia-Morftvin during (he occupation, \vas hangeil toduy in the couilyanl of Piinki-fic Prison 'far uliolfi-snlo ill- incilies inclncUng^ the clcstricution ''' r Tjchcc. He v.ns convicted ye-stor- 'i IK; Czechoslovak radio In reports recorded here Hashed the first word lhat the tloatji acntcuce given Frank by'thc jicoplo's court had IJPPTI ciirried ' out- The court turned clown nn appeal by Frank's counsel to let him Hvc in prison to observe tho ef- frcts of Na*il policies on Europe and write a book on ihp siihjeet. Askcu if he had anything to sny, v:\nk replieti only that lie con- ijrrod in tl^e attorney's appeal. IT<^ '.IMS led from the courtroom before lhe announcement that the execution was imminent, lo be informed later in private. Frank^ former Nazi minister of stute for Bohemia-Mora via, showed no emotion when he heard hi 1 ; doom sealed. His testimony had made it plain he realized he \v<«.s the most haled man in Czechoslovakia, anci had no chanco. At his trial beginning March '22, Frank admitted that lie ordered S3 troqys- to Destroy Lidice hi reprisal for the fcssassination of Rein- hnrdt Ileydrich. "jirotector" of Bo- hemin-Moravia. Grand Jury to Consider Vandalism Charges LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. May 22. (UP)—Four Little Flock youths', laced with vandalism charges, headed lhe list today of coses up for consideration by lhe Pulaski county grand jury, which convenes next week. Judge Lawrence C. Auten said •here that the wrecking of the Ouk- iurst School last Sunday. Mny 12, lad top billing on the list of crimes that would b c taken up by the ;rand jury. The four boys charged with ransacking the building and destroying foodstuffs In the school caleterin were Oeorge Phillips, 17. Pnul Sliep- heard. 16, Andrew Shepherd, 14, and G. W. French. Jr., ll. Judge Autcn said that . Phillips was at liberty on bond, and the older Shepherd youth was in the county jail. The two younger boys are in custody of juvenile authorities. fell off after thul and he fulled lo win lhe home run llllc. This season a Soulhern Association pitcher tossed up lhe resin ban Inslead of lhe ball during a regular Heds scored live runs In Hint llrst Inning whereas If lhe lights hadn't i;one out. they probably wouldn't have scored any. All we're wailing for now • Is :v le-agne yame: Bill Fuchs of the L)e- game to be called oti account of land club in Ihc Florida Slate dayllyhl. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sludebaker Service WE BUY AN!) SRLI, GOOD USED CARS Lex Chamhlin Hill Chamblin Phone 21'.ir, Railroad & Ash Sis. The lleutity N(M>k 111 No. FlUit l»houo 801 Hl'li-H I.llstlT I-sabcl I'uilnis lalioriHory U'sls of food and water aboard the ship, announced the names of the dead babies. They were: Mary Jane Mount. Uiree months Rico. Francos Kotcts, thrt« ___. daughter of Mr And Mr* JotaTX, Kotd.v. 12 VkM-y St -• Itrvlck, , kup duuifhter'of Mr and Mr* Lervicfc, Rout*' T, Treasury Secretary To Address 0aplcef* . MEMPHIS/. T<W> Mejr 22, <Uf> -KecrcUry or the Treuury Fted M. vinson will addren the T«n- nc&see Bunkers Ajwoctatkm whleht o|Wis Its annual couv«nUdn bete tomorrow. Vlhson will upetlt at uh I. !•). Dill ol Dulhu. rxmillvu v >ir;:Klnu ol Die Arkmuiiis and 'IVx- assoc'latlon.H. > HI Jl J U111 EC IVIUUIll, HJl tX IIIUIII MS I •••••vi i w>'< n^«.»..» •!< «i« •III. iliMHihlcr of Mr. mid Mrs Jolinr v *" lll|! ball( l u et on tht Britl«h Union citv, 1 !',"" 1 ' ">e world L • • ' ' '' "" budget. •rvmi. AllgrllUl Onw-lloilrlxilCi'., He veil months, rillll<jllll>|- (if T-0 Hlid Mrs. NoUerto On«-lli><UiKiic/, or Puerto Read Courier News. W*nt For River-Washed St. Louis. Mo., is not ill St. Louis county. Mo. The city constitutes the district of St. Louis and St. Louis county lies to the west of the city. SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt tor Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. K. M. Lnrliin Hulme* Rice Growers Begin Three-Day Convention HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. May 22. IUP>— Rice producers from southern slates. Puerto Rico and Cuba will :Monrt the 47th annual convention t the Rice Millers' Association opening in Hot Springs today. The three-day session—with 300 delegates expected has been tcriTi- od the 'most important session ol the asaotMation in recent years. J. T. White of Jonesboro. Ark. associntion president, anci John R. Nttbcr. Washington representative, will make their annual reports this morning..• Tomorrow's program in- cUules ad(h-esses by Watson Ho^er.-; of Washington, presklent of the Nntionat.TciXl Brokers Association; Fred J. Ros.siter of Washin^lon, liead of Ihe Rice. Oils ami Pats division of the Office of Foreign As- licuHinal relations: and Leonard l>. Ellis, also of Washington, who will defend allocations and scttliif; aside of rice. Clayton Raiul of GMlfport. Mls.>. will speak at Ihe banquet Thursday night. LIGHTEN , TOO DARK' . OCtY, TAMMfD S K LN Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Service Calls a Year $1) Repairs (o Kleclric Appli anccs Fully Guaranteed BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. (Where Courtesy is Not a Memory) 138 K. Main SI. Phone MIS One Slice of Bread! During this emergency created by the shortage of wheat. Hart's Bakery asks you to buy only the amount of bread you really need . . . never to waste it .... never to throw it away. You can keep bread fresh and moist days longer if you put it in the refrigerator—No special wrapping, just the regular Hart's wax wrapper—It will stay fresh and flavorful. No Matter When You Serve HARTS BREAD It Is Uniformly Nutritious — and Delicious. . . and It STAYS FRESH LONGEST! Buy Only What You Need —Don'* Waste It! HEART'S BREAD Is Too Good to Waste! You bet it pays to }-ct the real 111 parts for your tractor. You can't beat them. They are made in the same plants, by the same men who build them for the original tractors. They will fit and wear and give the &am,e long satisfaction as the originals. So why take a chance on substitutes? Give us a list of the parts you need and we'll get them ready for you. DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blyth.vilU, Ark. McCORHICK-DEEnlNG MACHINES, PARTS AND SERVICf IPs; In Sun Hum UscSkol- Xpose - Jan Elizabeth Ardon Sun Tan Oils AM KIRBY DRUG STORES ' j MAIN AT SECOND — BROADWAY-DIVISION BLYTHEVIL£IT< ,^ > i^ittteNSAS <ftqency JDrtuj St«rc Poloroid^ Sun Visor I''l)l AtltlW : V'or Day Orivinj; $4.95 ASPIRIN TABLETS 5-GRAIN, 100's Hnt Site MILK OF MAGNESIA 33 C (Limit 1) 7ie fotfte BAYER $ 1 IRONIZED YEAST TABLETS ' 25c Glycerin Suppositories Infant or Adult 25c Tittlt ZINC OXIDE OINTMENT WAX PAPER 25-FT. ROLL . . Moilet Tissue Facial Quality Carton of 50 BOOK* MATCHES 14 c (Limit Z) 75c Air Wick Kills Odors 69c LEATHERETTE Zipper Foot Relief J. D. FOOT IALM 45 s Cools hoi feet. ISc Bubb«r KURLASH REFILLS . Cuticura Soap *9c $115 SWAMP ROOT SI.OOJERGENS LOTION 75 50c Site PEPSODENT TOOTH POWDER 39 C SOc Sfw CUTICURA OINTMENT 39* (Limit 1) (JOI.I) MKDAI. on, CAJ'K CJ OK I'INKHAiMS VKCETAI1I.1 $1 50 KOLOR BAK I'OISON OAK LOTION KKI.f.KH'S SUN IUIRN LOTION KELIKVKS 'I'lli: HUIJN & IRON SAYKKOOK'S SI'RINC fox of 12 KOTEX NAPKINS With Dcotlorint 25c Cade PACKER'S TAR SOAP SI 00 MBLES NERVINE 70c Slit VASELINE Hfir TONIC 2Se MENNEN 50c ATAimiNK, FOR MAI.AKIA if, TAHI.KTK iCE CREAM CLEANSING TISSUE $(.00 Silt WILDROOT CREAM-OIL Kiddie HEAT POWDER 25c Cut Out Squi ASSORTED SUN GLASSES Assorted styles Fit socomlorlahly! You'll Lit. Thit EXQUISITE STATIONERY N t W , W Pi <="i«: J - &4 i- »f PAPER HEAT I CUPS POWDER A. lOc IN AYTtUL t-Vttimi* • CAPSULES 22 RUBBING ALCOHOL 7O% Ethyl 23 e

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