The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1949 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 10, 1949
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TWO BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURICT NEWS TUESDAY, MAT 10, 194» Pickets on REA Project Arrested Union Is Charged With Violating , Court Injunction FAYETTEVILLE. Ark., May 10. (/Tj—rive pickets and the business manager of an APL union were arrested here yesterday on charges of 'defying » court order against picketing at * local construction project. Sheriff. Bruce Gilder identified them as C. B Games, business a?ent for the International Hod Carriers Union. J. L. Kreltzer. Pay- ettevllle, J. M. Thornsbcrry, El- kfns, mid Jack winters. Robert Enton mid Jessie Barnes. Sprhwdnlc At a preliminary heniing. Chancellor John K. Uutt. who last week temporarily enjoined picketing ftl construction of an REA office nnr warehouse building fixed bond* of $500 each for the six men nrid set th* 1 cases for trial Miiy 17 Sheriff Crider said the men indicated they would not nltrmpl to make bond. Snys IVeliverles IT;iltrd • Carl Tune, Pnvcltevlllc. rnnlrnc- lor on the rtHA ImlldlnK. som-h "the injunction, dalmlna 'hat plok- eLs were prevontlnc tleliverv of mn- terinls to Ihe )pb. .IiFler Butt Issued a temporary Injunction Five unlnn attorneys 20 dny.s tn file an answer. When pickets appeared »' "" construction nrolecl Uili mornlnri '.he jrnlrre Informed Sheriff Critle It'wS.vhis duty lo see Ihnl the or der neafiist riickctine was enforcer Sheriff C:',der snlrf that Kielt- ze.r. Tliornsberry. Winters. Fnton and Barnes were arrested ns thev anneared at Hie construction |ob end that Carnes was arrested nt union headquarters. Carnes sRirt picketing was ordered because the contractor was not 'employing union labor. Construction on the PEA bulldlnr; Is lusl starting and Tune said when Ihr , Job got underway he would "hire " iw-.-body who wants to work." Involved In the controversy Is the protected «r>,0<w huildliie of (he O7,»rk« RutRl Electric Cooperative Corporation. Lad's Day Dreams of Finding Mother Come True for Young Pennsylvanian LATROBE, Pa., May 10— VP}—It 0-year-old Andy Tempos, Jr., d«y dreamed at his school desk todnjr, 10 one could blume htm much. When a guy's prayer* for the -eturn of his mother tre answered, readln', wrUIn' and 'rlthmetlc ust don't seem no Important for lie moment. You see. Andy had a mother all along, but five years ado she disappeared, leaving the youngster to ive with his grandparents. His father vanished before Andy was xii'n, Pour weeks ago Andy thought of .he Enster rabbit and—filled with the infinite faith of childhood- wrote a tetter to the Pittsburgh Sim-Telegraph. Everybody who ha« » mother has good luck." he wrote. "Maybe my >aby brother. Thai's why Andy Tompot, Jr., probably didn't hsve hl« mind on ils school work today. Easier bunny mother." will bring me my Andy's letter was printed and miles away—In an unnamed city— the little boy's mother read thai letter In a newspaper. "I Just went limp all over." she salii Inter. "I've never forgotten the boy. I never could." She snt down and wrote Andy letter, telling him she had a new rtaddy and a baby brother for him AiTOiiKpmrmls were made for And\ to fly to a Mother's Day reunloi with her. He look him the Mother's Day card he could fine and signed it- "I love you. Andy.' And now Andy l.i bnck at schoo In Ln-robe. He'll stay here unti the summer vacation, then he'll re Join his mother, his new father ano brawling Actor Ready To Resume His Career HOLLYWOOD, May 10. (IP) — Robert Walker, boyish-looking ac> .or who wound up in a psychiatric clinic after several brawls with po Icemen, Is completely recovered and will resume his career, so says his studio. The young actor has been under treatment for six months at the Mennlnger Clinic In Topeka, Kan Melro Goldwyn Mayer officials said yesterday that Walker will return here next week. He is slated lo start work next month on a movie with Deborah Kcrr and Peter Lawford. Arkansas Jewelers Hear Business Outlook Report LITTLE ROCK. May 10—M>)— Arkansas jewelers were told yester day thai their business for the re tnalner of 1049 should be "very sat Isfactory." The outlook wns voiced today b B. C. Clark. Jr., Oklahoma City, in an address at the convention of the Arkansas Retail Jewelers Associa- \ridegroom Kept Death Of Mother a Secret Until After Wedding was Over LO8 ANGELES, May 10-WJ— ohn Lamer, 24. was a little pale nd nervous during his marriage ceremony, but his bride thought It merely due to the excitement of he occasion. It wasn't until after the reception :hat she learned of the tragedy >vhlch Lacer had kept lo himself so the affair would be a happy one for his bride, the. former Constance Cronk, 20, daughter of city councilman George P. Cronk. and their friends. H« especially didn't want his brother, Louis, Jr., an usher, and his sister, Suzanne R bridesmaid to know until after the festivities. An hour before he had gone to the altar. John had seen his mother Mrs. Esther Lamer, suffer a heart attack and die In their home. Two others kept the secret well too. At Mrs. Lamer's bedside were her husband. I-ouls, and the Rev John Sammon, who officiated at the wedding. Requiem msss wa* celebrated today In the same church In which tht wedding took place Saturday. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense lieer at retail on the premises described as Noble Gill Imitation, 3 miles South of Dell, Mississippi County. The undersigned slates that he i a citizen of Arkansas, of goori 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 has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors Application Is for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July 1949. and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1850 Phillip Banks, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9 day of May, 1949. Mrs Marshall Blackard. (SEAL) Notary Public. My Commission expires: 3-9-53. While to Black In contrast to the snowy owl which Is black when young, there Is the booby, a species ol gunnel which grows from a snow-wlilU ledgllng into a black-plumed adult Courier News Want Ada Squalls Predicted . CHICAGO. May 10. Wi—Prrrpieut i»qualls of uncertain duration were predicted today for the home o TJ.S. Weather Forecaster Oscar K Richard. HI* wife. Mary 28. celebrates Mother's Day by giving birth to triplets. Richard, who is 31, said the show «r of Infants was totally unexpecl ed. From where I sit... Ay Joe Marsh How's Your Listening Time? IJnck Ilimell *nd 1 wrr« In TU1«- ville l«s( week. Dropped in at Boh 1 * diner where some friends wf re «Utin? around talking about whethtr to sell hog* now or wait. Ruck plunge* riffht into the dia- ciURion, He'* lecturing *wjty when suddenly they nil ntnnd up and ntflrt Atonipinff their f««t lik« it WAS nn Indian war dunce. I'm flabbergasted. But Buck only looked aheepifth and explain*, "GucRK I WAR talking again, ifhen I Hhould-of been listening. When a person's talking time geta out of line wlLh his listening time around here, the gang reminds him by •landing up and stomping." From where I ait, that's a good ayatem. Everyone han a right to hU opinion* — but other* hare a right to their*, too—whether it's deriding between tn nell or not to aell, apple pl« or cherry pi*, or a giant of mellow beer or elder. IJfe'a mor< interesting that w»j, and hang it if you don't aometlmea laara anm«- ARKANSAS DIVISION, UNITD STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION »r m*MiD not., intri IOCK, AIK. RENT A CAR IkrJve Anywhere Vnu PLeaae Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 Sleep COOL this summer To the Senior and Junior Girls of Blytheville High School WHO will be Miss Blytheville High of 1949? VOTE NOW for the Most Popular Senior girl who will be given absolutely free—A Lovely LANE Cedar Hope Chest! The III fitting, loose oxford that does not "bus the ankle" Is nude inu« and comfortable here. Finest work at reasonable cost. H-fl LT€RS Q.JflLITY SHO£ SHO 121 W M a I M S T. 1 No more sleepless nights when you have a CoolairFan! FHA terms. Ask for installation estimate. NOW! BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., Inc. W. II. Pease J. 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