The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 22, 1946
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1040 BLYTIIEV1I.1,R (AKK.) COUUIEU NEWS Railroad Strike Threat Spreads Non-Operating Unions Favor Nation-wide Walkout, Official Says. CHICAGO, May 22. (UP1- Union officials predicted today that the majority of 1,000,000 non- operoling railroad employes favored n nationwide strike. The prediction was made as officials of 15 brotherhoods and unions counted ballots In a strike vote. Tlic dispute is separate from the one that nearly resulted In a railroad strike last Saturday, involving 250.000 engineers inul'train- inen. Tlie dispute involving 1.000.000 non-operating railroad workers hns not yet readied the strike singe Brotherhood officials said the results of (lie strike vole might not be announced for another month. After that, attempts would be made lo mediate the dispute before a strike date was set. The 15 non-operating unions were granted a wai>e increase oi 1G cents an hour by an arbitration board April 3. They originally liad requested a 30-cent hourly raise. Dissatisfied with the arbitration award, they filed a new demand for an additional H cents an hour on April 15. This Is the demand which resulted in tile present strike vote. Even though tlie 15 non-operating brotherhoods would not participate in the strike of engineers and trainmen if it tnkes place when the present truce expires most, of them would be made idle. Carriers Employ 1.41-VOflO A .survey revealed that a total of 1.414,000 railroad workers — members of 21 different laliov or- ganizationswoultl be atfectec! by the trainmen and engineer;:' strike, including 250,000 of the two slrik- _. hip unions. C This is Ihe cencral labor picture ^••on the Nation's railroad today: There are five operiiliiiE! brotherhoods, all independent. In addition lo trainmen mid engineers there include the Order of Railway Conductors of America, the Brotherhood ol Locomotive Firemen and Engincincn and the Switchmen's Union of North America. unions Many Extortion Note Fails to Worry Boss Ed Crump MEMPHIS. Tenn.. May 22. (DPI —E. H. Crump, 70-year-old Shelby county political czar, today blamed newspaper articles in the Washington Post for a $50,000 extortion note which he said he received. Crump, astute major donio rjf Tennessee politics for almost 50 years, declared that a "scurrilous" article in the Washington Post led to the letter. He said that Mrs. Agnes E. Meyer's articles—"scurrilous, filled with fnbricntlons and distortions of facts" —Inspired threats of death to himself or Mrs. Crump unless he produced $50,000. The letter was signed, "Revised Cupone, Inc.," but Crump told newsmen Inst night, "1 am certain I know tile sources of the threatening, cowardly Ictler which was Intended to Intltnldntc me. "Only a craven coward would resort to the tactics which this Ict- ler reveals." the shabby, silver- haired Memphis Insurance executive w'.io carries the Tennessee congressional vote in his hip pocket, asserted. "The writer and bis backers know lhat an election is coming on and are hoping to disconcert tnc. But it will have no c/Tecl on me in tile least, or any member of my family. "No one Is going to kill Mrs. Crump, or kill me. And they arc not going to frighten me," he added. The letter, mailed at a Memphis sub-station and received Saturday, demanded that Crump be ready to put up $50,000 by May 20. FBI representatives refused to comment, nnd Memphis police said last night they had not heard of tlie letter. No extra precautions wer^ | being taken at the Crump residence j although the deadline had passed. Extortion notes, however, arc no novelty to the rough and tumble state boss. Navy Wants Subs Propelled by Atomic Power WASHINGTON. Mny 22. (U!>>~ The Navy has asked Congress for funds to develop atomic enemy Plants as a source of power for propelling ships—particularly sub- innrlnes. Ctipt. R. D. Conrad, director ol scientific planning for Die Nnvnl Office of Research and Inventions, urged Hie House Appropriations Committee to granl $1,500.000 for the necessary rcsc'arch. He said that submarines will soon be "obsolescent" unless greater power Plants can be developed. "Tlie course of Hie British and American development of antisubmarine equipment during tlie late war \\-lll render a submarine obsolescent unless power plants of appreciably m'caler capacity can be developed." he declared. Tile immediate problem, he cou- .tinned, is fundamental research into basic atomic theory and liuo i great many scientific and en- ncering problems which do not volve use oil. 1949. Hosl« Leo I.IUleJohn Administratrix. 518-15-22-29 Knights of Pythias Awards Are Announced • LITTLE HOCK, May 22. tUP> A Carthniic. Mo., youth won the Knights ol Pythias lU-stale regional speaking contest here last night in the opi'niiii; session of the annual convention of the Arkansas iirniul lodge. He is Lloyd McMlllnn. Second place'went to Miss Joyce Gray of Denton. Tex., and third to Dick Finch oi Ltiltc- Hock. Officers from Texas. Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Louisiana, Indiana. Mississippi, Arkansas, West Virginia and Minnesota held a regional conference before the contest. A|)])llcnllon Is for penult to be sued for oiK-mllon Ix'nlnnlnu on Ihe I day of July, l»4ii and to expire on the 30lh day of June. 11117. Crawford M. Noble By Jessoe P. Slid. PAGE yiyp 'i'he Ini'Kesi hotel nnd the greatest inolov-niakiiij; factory are In Chicago. NOTICE OK ADMINISTRATION On May 21, 19411, letters testa- mi'inaiy upon the estate of J. M. Henderson, deceased were uninli'd to the underslijncd. Linda lleiulcr- Mm. whose address Is lit. I, lilvlhr'- vllle. Ark. All prrttODN hiit'liu: cliilni.s it|!iiliis'l said estate are required lo exhibit the same to the executrix, properly aiillu'utlnili'd, within six month's I lorn the date of Hie lirst publication of tills noiiei', or limy will be burred fmevcr and precluded from any beiu'Ot.s In sucli ostute. Dated this 21 day D! May, 19-lt). Linda Henderson Hxeculrlx. Slayer of Five Being Sought In New Orleans NEW ORLEANS. May 22. (UP> — The hunt for the Ph'antom Killer .- , --- ., - of Tcxarkann, Avk., returned here conductors belong lo the tnunmcn \ y?ster<1ny after n.tnan answering Ui Membership in overlaps on ninny these roads. inanv engineers arc members of the Firemen mul Enyincmen. Some men hokl cards in two of tli brotherhoods. A]] five operating brotherhoods arc Involved in was»e disputes. The trainmen and pn^inr-ovs have culled their postponed strike for Mny 23: the other three nre petitioning individual roads for a wage Increase, nbove that given .them by a recent arbitration hoavd. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILT, Notice is hereby given that thy Last Will and Testament of J. K. Henderson was probated in com- description of the slayer of five persons was seen leaving an in- bounri Louisville and Nashville freight train. A detail of detectives from the city police force searched the rail yards but found no trace of tlie suspected murderer. A ynrdma.stcr reported to puiicc thai he believed the man was hiding in a freight car. New Orleans was alerted ;tbout a week ago for the Phantom Slayer. WARNING ORDER The defendant, Rachel Gosselt, hereby warned to appear in the mon form by the Probate Court of ; Chancery Court for the Chickasow- Chickasawba District of Mississippi County on the 21 day of May. 1946. An appeal from such probate can be effected only by filing a petition, .stating tlie grounds of such appeal, with this Court within six months from tlie date of this notice. , Witness my hand and seal Uih 21" clay of May, 1946. '' T. W: POTTER. i. • Clerk of Probate Court. 'By Elizabeth Bly'thc, D. C. Vircil Greene. Attorney for Executrix. District, of •. Mississippi County Arkansas -.within Thirty •' (30) day.^ from the date hereof to answer tlic There are more telephones in Chicago than in Norway, Sweden and Denmark combined. FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. (il at Stale Une I'lion: Biythcvillc 711 complaint' of Gossett, filed Court.,. .• ,-: Witnc.^si'niy liand and the 14 day ol May, 1946.' HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk W. Leon Smitii, Atty. ! . . i . .. .; . 'V.•'., 5J15-23-29-6I5 the plniiitin, P. E, against her in said seal Bring Your Poultry To W. T. DAVIS Poultry Co. WE PAY HENS --Today-- COX 24c 15c Trices suhjrrt to Market Changes Note Our New Address Highway 61 North Phone 528 COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE IN ONE AGENCY AT Lower Cnst United Insurance Agency A. K. Dietrich, Manager niylhcvillc'.s Only Exclusive Direct Writing Agency ot Leading Companies 20!) Yi West Main S(. I'htme 51(1 1 RADIOS! RADIOS! We hnvc just receiver] a shipment of Table Model Radios—Ihe best quality we have .seen since the war. Also a few Record Players. Sec Ihcm at once—only a limited slock. BUY YOUR RADIO ON OUR BUDGET PLAN BLAN HEATH AUTO & HO MB SUPPLY 1'hone 328 !!!> West. Main St. s' TIIK PKOBATK COURT FOU T1IK CIIICKASAU'BA DISTRICT OK MISSISSIPPI t'OUNTV. ARKANSAS. i the matter »f Ihe Estate of Anderson Bullln.s, Deceased, No. 1B02 Rosle Let I.lltlejohn, Administra- trix. N O T I C ft Notice is hereby given that the ndersigncd, as Administratrix of ic Estate of Anderson Hulltns, De- eased, will apply to the I'robate ourt for the Clilckasawba District f Mississippi County, Arkansas, at 's next adjourned day after tlie ex- iration of twenty (201 days from lie 'date of this notice, for authority o sell the following lands belom;- iB to said estate, or so much there f ns may be necessary, to-wit: Lot | Twenty-two (22). in Block Two (2), f the West End Sub-Division to tlic ;ity of Blylheville. Arkansas. Said sale is made for the purpose 'f paying the debts of said estate. Dated this the 7th day of May, NOTICE ()K KII.IN«i OK M'l-l.l- OATION roil I.KJUOU I'KKMIT Notice Is hereby given thai the undersigned lias llled with tlic Commissioner of Revenues of I lie Slate of Arkansas for permit to si'll and dispense vinous m- spirituous liquors for bevcni|;e at retail on the premises described as Hroadwav & Walnut St.. Dlythcvllle, Arkniisns. Ihe dipt Ion hereof and answer (lie complaint of the plillnllR Flossie Oicen. Dated this 21 day of May, 1010. 1IA11VEY MORRIS .Clerk Hv Mary U'e Jarriill, D. C H. G. I'artlow. Ally, for PHI. (lent- K. liradloy, Ally, ml Lltein. HiiUc NOTICE OF CLAIM Stutrs Department nf thi> \VAKNrNC OHDIJIl lii (lie riinniTry C'ourt. <'lili-k:i- sawha Dislrld. Mlv,!sslii[ii ('nlliity, Arkansas. I'lossk- Green I'lalutllf. vs. No. SOOO Intrrliii', (Irncrtll Land Oflkr. hiKlcm 25, D. C. Notice Is hereby Klvi-n (hat Drainage District No. 17. of Dlyllievllle, Arkansas, has riled application 07U1U. Cl. L. O. series, under section •I of Ihe net of February 2s, 11129 i-ITi Btat. M10), In iMirehase the S'C- N'4 Sec. I. T. 15 N., H. 1) K.. 5th IV M.. Arkansas. All persons clulmlnn Ihe liiml adversely will be allowed milII June 111. 10-lti, lo iili' In this Olfli'e tbi'ir objections to the issuance of a patent under (lie aforesaid application TIIOS a Aejlni; Assistant Co Cleveland zoo director Fletcher Reynolds stales that peanuts fed by /.on visitors cause more sickness anil death amonp. animals, luclud- Cliinles Oicen Di'Ieiulaiil. |' ul! '"onkeys, than ally other om The defendant. Charles Green. Is hereby warned to appear within I thirty days in the court mimed In licnd Couiler Want Ails Baby Chicks Sl.OO to S1Z.OO per 100. 3 days to 1 wTeks iihl—At Slore Feeds ajj/1 Supplies. WANTED E:ir and shelled Corn — All Rradcs. One bushel u|i - Oats - Whcal Barley - Alfalfa Hay and Poultry of all kinds. 1'ay lo|> market prices. Elevator Feed Store X. 4th Broadway at KR Crossing- .1- .1. Field, AlRr. Ivan R. Van Patten Your Sales Representative for : Blytheville and all of Northeastern Arkansas The ARKANSAS Automobile Club Affiliated With •? Aimer. Auto Associating A. A. A. _ Residence 418 So. Lake Residence Phone 2409 BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Two s/mp/e steps m fcwMtof YOUNG PEOPLE, especially those of grammar and high school '' ;igc, are prone lo Ix: deficient in stomach digestive juices and <•• red-blood. In such cases Nature needs exlra help. If an oreinic '',*' (rouble or focul infccdon is sus|x:cled, consult your physician, f Tissue foods must be digested and rich, red-blood must be fttt-, : cut to build sturdy bodies. S S S Tonic is especially designed (l) to promote the flow of VITAL DIGKSTIVK JUICES in the stomach anil (2) to build-up BLOOD STRKNGTH M when deficient, li helps nature work fatter when extra help is needed. You can start today ... at drug stores in 10 anil 20 oz. sizes. <0 S.S.S. Co. »UIIO STU«DY HIMTH onj l..p SlAWAIT . Sl(*0» . SlKONO ^O*J^1» ilUf'N PlL> - STURDY HEALTH i You'll see what we mean when you drive with that smooth-powered New Phillips 66* Here's a new labor.itnry-pcrfectcil, tested Phillips 6C> Gasoline ilclibcratcly designed to give you a smoother ride for your money. Mere's a gasoline blenilcc! willi war-tested components to give you even-burning, smooth power under the hood. ; XV'unt to be shown? Just pull in at ihc nearest Ofangc- : :^nd:Black 66 sign, fill 'cr upr-give this great gasoline your own "highway-test." You'll sec what we nieiin! * POSTWAR PHILLIPS 66 HAS BEEN "WEATHER- CONTROUED"TO GIVE YOU > SMOOTHER/MORE EFFICIENT PERFORMANCE IN EVERY GALLON ! PHILLIPS 66 GASOLINE Pause, folks... Have a Coca-Cola JUjLJW- ... time out for sociable refreshment All work and no play is nobody's idea of fun. So the whole family brightens up when Dad sounds off with Have a. Coke and the frosty bottles are passed Vound. Everybody relaxes for sociable refreshment and the friendly pause. After that the job gets easier, goes quicker. lOTTlEO IJNDEK AUTHORITY OF IHF COCA-COI' rOMTANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of BLYTHEVILLE la" and its abbreviation rCoke" arc the registered Iradc- I marks which distinguish the prod- t of The Coca'ColA Company. USED CARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling , . plus your extra equipment. If you lire wring to keep your present car let iw Hire you an estimate on reconditioning yotar motor, body nnd painting. Credit terms cnn he arranged. Tires, Tubes and auto and home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmohilc Knst Mnin St. CMC Trucks Phone 519 HAYS IMPLEMENT CO. 200 K. ninln, Blylhcvllle, .Ark., Phone 2001 SALES AND SERVICE OF J. 1. CASE EQUIPMENT Just Received a shipment of CASE HAMMER FEED MILLS 8 Inch $105; 10 Inch $129.50 FURNITURE Ot course, we don't get nil we could sell/but »s wei get it OUT'' policy.will. 1« Ilrst como, 'first served. : ; : ' ..':;'•' ^'vV,''V/Pv' 'f ili'i 1 Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 Knst Main Phone 2302 All our Km|>lnycc5 are War Veleratu. Where Your Flower* Are— You An! : One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just on«e, but month after month. Ask about this plan. -• SLOWER SHOP r.T.D. . Ul Mn. J. M. (MM) WlfiUiM, nnw U Need a 24-hr. Service TAXI!! Call 968 Bonded and Insured BUI Wunder/icn CASH BUYERS for YOUR PRQPERTYt For a quick sale see me. I have'buyers: for-homes. List your property with me. My commission is &%. I have no sidelines. • H. C. CAMPBELL ' Office 12« So. 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