The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1946 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 28, 1946
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TUESDAY, MAY 28,' 1940 BLYTHKVIU,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Many Defective Cars on Highways Traffic Safety Group For Arkansas Adopts Constitution, By-laws. LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 28. (UP)— Tlie Arkansas Siu'ety Council today reviewed an Arkansas Slate Police' report showing thai of Bid cars examined in the last 12 New Orleans Votes on Gambling Issues, But It's-AII Unofficial NEW ORLEANS, May 28. (UP)—| New Orleans trouped lo the polls today t<> decide quite unofficially whether it want:* to make an honest woman out of the gambling which long has prevailed. Th e exact question in the referendum election was licensed race horse handbooks or not. But the basic issue was legalized gambling. Formally, the election's result will jhave no bearing on the question. in the last 12 days. | Mayor Delcsseps Morrison, who rode olO were found to lie defective In j lnlo office on the crcsi ol a reform wave, merely called the unofficial committee. And that committee today focused Its eyes on Ihc New Orleans polls. However, not even an overwhelming pro-gambling vote today will Insure passage of the bookmnklng bill. Opposition from church groups and from country parishes has been strong and vociferous since Morrison lirst revealed his plan. Bits of News Personal one or more rcspcct.s. Frank Mcdiulxmy of Hie state police made the report at the conncll'.s second meeting in Little Rock yesterday. The council adopted n constitution and by-laws, and heard a report on President Truman's Highway Safety Conference held in Washington earlier this month. Highlights of the Washington eon- refcrendum to get public opinion down In Wack and white. Mr. mid Mrs. jes"o Province spenl Uie vM'eUeiul In Memphis vlslUnn relutlvi-s and atlendcd the Memorial .s?rviee Sundny -aitemoon. Cadet David Mooiv luis arrived And home from Lebanon. Teun..' where there was no indication that it will taper oif. . Military Academy, to -The anli-uambling forces have .summer wilh his mother, refused to accept today's referen- [ M. Moore mid family. He was nc- he was a student at Castle Holehts -'iid the Mrs. N. duiu as a test of public opinion on the question. Predictions were for a Uttlit vote today, Mayor Morrison himself in- stnall voti\ Use result fcioucc. were reviewed by G. D. Sonthcimcr. Little Rock, of the Jn- Morrison thinks that the public wants legalized gambling, not only jdicatcd he' antieipated a to try its luck upon occasion but but he predicted Unit also to remove the temptation ot i would show a two to one margin in corruption from police and city of- . favor O f legalized gambling, ficials. | Meanwhile, as the city debated Originally, the question of city i the issue. New Orleans 'was shut owned and operated slot machines down tight as far as gaining was was to share a place with the concerned. Police swooped (to'jn on .handbook matter in this election. | Morrison's inauguration day. and terclate Commerce Commission's However, the state legislature quick-I have kept the lid on since. traffic, division. ... Hy killed two slot machine bills be- | However, it wasn't hard to Hurt McGibbony told the council that'f 010 t ne ell - v couk > evc " vote °" i th e whir of the roulette wheel or the state po'lice will examine '?5 000'"'e Issue. »>c inornliiK line at BelmoiH. cars In the next three weeks' His' On the other hand, the IcpUla-I Gambling in adjoining parishes records showed thai 157 people have ('"re sent a licensed bookie bill to boomed more than cv died on the highways in Arkansas Commands 'Sally' this year, as compared to 86 at the same time in 1045. Census figures indicate a continuous increase in the percentage of women between 20 nntl U4 years of age in the labor force. Z # HARSH wltfc KiKOJ . Aouaconirollcd bleach, that varies in strength from one bottle to the next, may ot'trblttifb your cottons and linens. Fabric direads fray out, as sho\vii above. GENTLE with Controlled-Adion Parcx livery bortlc of Purex has the .same sticngth,chesarnecorrcct bleaching action.Used asdireaccl, Furcx HiTfrovcrbEcachcs. It provides COLItrolled Action because iris purified and.stabitized by ihc Intrafil Process J — txfliisiie with Purex.j Yes—I'urcx bleaching T is ns easy on linens 35 / juit plain washing. Jobs of 78,000 War Veterans Endangered WASHINGTON, Mny 28. (UP1 — 'Selective Service officials todny feared thousands of veterans may lose their jobs because ol the Supreme court's rejection of the principle of "superseniority." The court yesterday decided that the veteran docs not have an absolute guarantee to his old job for a year under present draft laws. The ex-GI can he bumped from his position by a • non-veteran with | greater seniority In slack periods of employment, it lield. The tribunal found that the vet-' eran is entitled to work only so long as there is a job open for a man with bis .seniority, which includes time spent in the aimed forces. Veterans' groups estimate that only 18.000 veterans .would benefit from "superseniority." Selective Service warned, however, that mnny other veterans got their jobs back only on the basis of voluntary compliance with a rigid interpretation of re-employment rights. Tlie American Legion planned to ask Congress to write "super- Iseniority" into law. The Veterans of ,Foreign Wars, the American Veterans Committee and Disabled American Veterans,' however, took the view that veterans neilhcr de- terve nor want more than n return to the status they would hnve held but for the war. It was believed the high court's rilling may force Selective Service directortcwls B. Hcrshey to revise his whole concept of the Veteran's Rights of Re-Employment. He had; gone down the line with supersen- iority and olher "narrow" interpretations. The decision, for instance, might iffect Hershey's view that a vet- ran can not be forced to join a union even in n closed shop. Labor organizations, which have maintained that tnu • sanctity of collective bargaining agilemcnts was at stake on the "superseniority" issue, praised the decision. Ccn. Albert W. T. Osbovn, above, of London, has been elected international conimahdci'-in-chict of the Salvation Army., He says that the problems of youth will get his fii'sl consideration in his work of directing the Army's religious and welfare work in 07 countries. omimiiled by his brother. Naif Jr., rom Nashville, whiTi- ho wont l<> I ncol. Duvld. ] Miss Lmvno Hamilton and Mi-« ii'orgln Hudson \\viv in Memphis c'slerday to nil end the Arnold ialr Dressers' convention', at Hoel Poaboily. Mrs. 11. \V. Wyllc and daughters, leiuxl uud nora Beriiice,. will I'nvo tomorrow for a 10-day vncu- ioti to be spent wilh relatives in reenville, Miss. W. D. Cliamblin Jr., has arrived } ionic tram New Orleans, where lie. attends Tul.ine University, to spend Ihe Hummer vncciinn -with his uirenl.s. Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Chmnblin. He has comi'H'lod his junior wurk In . (lie schcol ol Medicine and in Si-pteinber will jegin his senior work th^vc 1 loadinn to his griiduntioti next year. Mr. and Mrs. Clnud Hurv and Mv. uud Mrs. Ralph Darr and two daughters. Patricia and Linda. :md Mrs. Homer Cant, all of Cleveland. Miss., spent the weekend here with Mr, and Mrs. R. W. Uivett and family. They came especially for graduation' exercises of lllythevillc lllvih School senior class, of which Edna Lovell was a member. Larry Dypr. son of Mrs. Pai'ris Dyer, Is speudinK the week with his grandmother. Mrs. Hi hi 1 1' Oytr. near Holland, Mo. Jack Saliba Jr., has arrived to spend the summer wilh his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saliba. at their home. 1124 Chickasawba. He was a student at Kcmpcr Military Academy, BoonviHi', Mo., where lie plan.-; to return next Fall. Mrs. Pearl Hires has returned home after having been the i;ue.« of licr daughter. Mrs. ,1. \V. Diuv.v Jr.. and family in Union Oily, Tcnn. Harrison High Class Ot 1946 Is Largest In History of School Wlion Ihc 20 iji'iiiliinlfti of Iliir- li::«ll Nemo High Hi'lWKl I'CCTiVP l!u-ir illi>lomus Kl'Uluy uU',M, H will ho the litrisi'fit t'loup rvr>\' : iniHiiUfil from tills lilnh school, il \v:is pointed (nil ("liny by Ul'oinc i:. n.illis. |n'lLU'l]ul. . 'I he class toii.riii Hs'dvst public' "1 pi':u-;ma> Siuulay nfti'i'iumn but ch"sirij' p (if school activities Nli\vlc<t Ian Aridity wlic-u the 1'liysloU Ftl- iics!-, Ai'livlUes were lielil in the *-'-hnol I'iimiMis ns n pnrl »f Clnss Day oxoix'lscs. > .iinary :unt 'olcmrntiiry cxci 1 - clscs wrri> held lust nlKht m Ihc silxiol auililuilnin 'Ihc Choral Club will present a iHii.-ik'al tnnliihl "t PIlKi'iin lies! [ Baptist Church, followed by the lini.l program I'rlitny ulftht. The llu['i:lsuu HL'luHil luis 11 NI';UM tcaclnn's. uudcr .supervision 11. Nicholson. supcrlnteiuK'iH piiblk- schools in lilylhevlllc District, with Miss Winnie: TVUIKT clcmt'iitnvy Mipcv- Summer .Band Classes Arranged ot Steele The music deinirtmcnl of Ihc Steclo, MX)., schools will continue band work during the summer vacnilon under Hie dlrccilon or Sum Wallace, llcntmici's will puoel each afternoon. 'Ihe senior bund will meel Tuesday nnd Thursday uigUUs »t l:^u o'clock until an open air iioni't-i'i planned for Ihe latter part ol the summer Is given. visor. Commandry Will Meet lllVthevlllc GVmuumdry will be ussislctl bv Osceolu Commtuulry at the nicctlny tomorrow afternoon. !i o'clock, .'il Ihr hall. There will \x four Temiile dc- •ces bestowed uud a dinner will v served. Help Dud Cason Legion 1'osl wel- iine vcleraiiR of World War II back j Illi'thevlllu by atlcudlnn Wi'dncs- y adernoon's home coiulny events Puti'Bi'Ounds 1'ark. \VAUMN<i Cham'ery Ctnirt, . . . IMalnlllT. Defendant Anna Lcn Hiirtoi In the snxvlvA Arkansas. John W. Jlnrlon vs. Mo. OMl Anna Lee llurlon The defendant is Itori'by warned In. appear williln Miirly days in. the court named Hu [ the caption lierrtjf and answer ihi 1 ! cotniilalnl of Ihe plnlnlill John W. i Burtun. Dated (his 21 day of May, 10115. 11A11VKY MOIIK1S. Clerk liy Mary I.rc Jarrail, D, c, Percy Wrlfilil, AUy. for 1'lf. • CONSTIPATION WITHOU1RUOS 11>E CONTCOUEO. ACTION BIEACH CEKTLE TO LINENS At )0:tr f^cctr'l WARNING ORDER NOTICK "Notice is hereby given that, the undersigned will witlUn the lime fixed by I'RW apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas foi- a permit to sell beer at retail at 1030" W. Rose, Blythc- vilte, Misslssii)|H County. The undersigned slates that he is a 'citi'/en of Arkansas, of ^oorl moral 1 crmviicter, thai he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell Ijeer 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, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Charlie Johnson. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20 day of May, 1946. Mrs. Marshall Blncksml (SeaN Notary rubric. My commission 'expires March D. 1949. '. Bring Your Poultry To W. T. DAVIS Poultry Co. WE PAY HEMS -Today-- COX 24c 15c I'rice.s Klltijtirt to jMnrkeL ChniiKcs Note Our New Address Highway 61 North Phone 528 3 Monetcrs NEURITIS, A ' Main These three monsters hare caused more ptln tnd mj*^ ferine thun all other human tllnwnt* caotMML • -ftfC" during the pnst 50 years Mountain Valley bM foutht ' them duy In nnd day out, »nd h»s to Vt« credit many • notiiblu victories. Probably 5 to S gU«<« o» thlt nat- urnl ulkallnn water may bo the freatect Ht'T*^ T °U have ever known. Try U far M dkjnv, • CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP ' and Division BtyUMTiHc. Ark. Need a 24-hr. Service J% I • • Coll Bonded and Insured Bill Wunderlich Turn to Famous Ceronl for LustiiiK ttollet! You, too, may i;i'l lasthnc i-nllrf, If you Huircr tYom eonstiimtion due lo liH'H "f bulk in tile iliet. 11 > us million:! (lo, cat a ilailu ili.iii f erls|i, delieious KKI.l.OGCi'!! /U.f,-HIMiV, mill drink plenty of wuler. Do this every day, and V"i may' Ticver have to tnlie nninlicr luxntlvc »« IOIIK an you live! /lU,-/JW/liV'.S' imiKie wnrl:s by pvovidin:? Km>llc-ntUi\K Imlk vilii- uc<l in I liu colon to easy elimination. It's it'll a inu'^a- tive. It's a )iit;h)y milritimia vcgu- ]ntiti£ fomt . . . More Nutritious then Wh.l. Wh.all ' Hccnuse AI,L-I!KAN is mmlo of the vittil oilier Inliefn of wlioiit, in •which whole-wheat prntt:clivi; fooil clcir.ents lire ctntccntm (<•</. Ono ounce provides over 1/11 your tlnily iron need — to help make jjiioil, rcil blond. Cnlviuin luul plio!i|>lioru:i — to help Imild Vtoiies iVtul U-uth. Wliolc-Bvnln vitamins — to help Suavd against (ielicienciew. 1'roluin — lo help build body Usunia rastm- tlM for ftro\vth. Eat AIJ.-nilAN tvcni riny. «f tills delicious cereal at .voiir p'ru ccr's. Mmlc by KelloKc'.i of UnU Crctk and Onmtui. CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! l''itr H <iuick sale (we me. I have buyers for hoihea. . List your 'v™\t<'i'^v with me. My commission is 5%. I have no sidelines. H. G. CAMPBELL , Office 120 Ko. Krrond PWnM* 44* ** t*M COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE IN ONE AGENCY AT Lower Cost • ,. United Insurance Agency . y..-fju:.V». .. ! ••<yt,.',. ' „.ra~r*--fr, •,:_. 1 - - 1 /•'- •'f- I .;• V' ?.'?' i' • '>,-' .'-'-I' . :• ••••'• ; A. F. Dietrich, Manager • Ulytlieville's Only'Exclusive Direct Writing Agency of Lending Companies !,2m)'/2 SVcsl. Main St. I'hone 510 FURNITURE Of course, we don't net all wo could s«n, but aj we get H,our tiolley will be first coine. first served. Alyirt Hardy Furniture Co. !I01 Enst Main , Pbone 2302 All our Employee* lire War Veteran*. Grtrnd to« Ivr ning end dinnfccling i Md bathroam Fcr ti IriKWwrfl"kitchen, ftrf tile anti frprcrlaix a 1'urtx "Btnulil!M"!Felte«>uaiHi : Atrtlticm en bcttlt. In the Clianccry Coart, Chickasawba. District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Ben H. Downing Plaintiff, vs. No, 9601 Thelma Ellamae Downing Defendant The defendant Thelma Ellamae Downing, is hereby warned to appear within thirty day's In the court named in tlie caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plain- liff Ben H. Downing. Daled this 20 day of May. 1946. HARVEY MOHRTS. Clerk By Preifla Bright. D. C. Ed B. Cook, Atty. for PHf. Howard Moore, Atty. ad Litem. 5;21-28-6[4-U Help Dud Cason Legion Post welcome veterans of World War II back to niytheville by attending Wednesday afternoon's home coming events at Fairgrounds Park. UPSET STOMACHS YIELD INCHES OF GAS AND BLOAT "I was so full of gas I was nfr^ul I'd burst. Stnir, bitter substance rose up in my throat from my upset stomach nfter mcnls. I got INNER- AID,, and H worked inches of gas and bloat from me. Waistline Is way clown now. Meals nrc n pica sure. I praise Inner-Airt to the sky? —Tlits is an actual testimonial am we can verify it. imvtfH-AID is the new formiu. containing medicinal juices from 12 Great Herbs; these herbs cleanse bowels, clear gas from slomach, acl on sluggish liver anrt kidneys Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffer- InR—Get Tnncr-AUl. Sold by all drug stores here in Blylhcviilc. MOTH KILLER! Have Your Furs and Woolens and all Your Winter Clothing BERLOUED Before Storing Away for the Summer It is Government Approved and is Guaranteed for 10 Years HUDSON Where Your Flowers Art — Ydu Aral One cull to us will arrahge tb hkve yodt remembrances, sent, not just on«e, but rrtonth after rpohth. Ask about Me pl|m 5HOP r'.t.n. fterrle* Ph. •»! Mn. J. M. (MM) Wl WcIMMtr HAYS IMPLEMENT CO. 200 1',. M»in, Bly'thevllle, Ark, Ph»ne 2t01 SALES AND SERVICE OF J. I. CASE EQUIPMENT Just Received a shipment of CASE HAMMER FEED MILLS 8 Inch $105; 10 Inch $129.50 USED CARS WANTED Wo will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment.' If you arc going lo keep your present car let as give you an estimate on recnnditioni»g your motor, body nnd (minting. Credit terms can be arrnngcd. Tires, Tubes *nrt mutn home radios 'for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. CMC frocks JPhoiw 519 Oldsmoliilc East Main St. CLEANER CLOTHIER TAILOR 320 West Main St. Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2612 o o Yes, even the cool colors of these tempting Mayrosc ready-serve meats give a lift to sagging warm-weather appetites. Prepared in Government-inspected, spotless kitchens, these tasty meats arc pure and wholesome for every member of your family! Mayrose-Brand ready-serve meats ace ready-to-cat the minute you slide them out of your refrigerator and place them on your table. As* for MAYftOSE BRAND Of your mart**! , MAYKOSt aAVOKUKN MBSfO KMMC MAWOSt nAVOtlMXN WBMO HAM MAYKOSf NIW ENMAND SKdALTY MAYROSE HCKlt AND PIMlfMTO lOAf MAYKOSE HEADCHHK AND COOKED HAM, MAUNSCHWEMt*, SALAMI, AND BOLOGNA ST. LOUIS INDEPENDENT PACKING COMPANY Look Out for the Tetsi Fly AND MOSdUITOKS, 11RCAUSE the Tetsi Fly causes sleeping sickness and nwstinitocs cause malaria, to_ fake precautions today, and have your home.and property sjirnycd wilh DDT as il kills both 'of these tlan- gcrous insects. II also kills roaches, flies, ants, b«d bugs, fleas, and lice. .'. Hoyelt DDT Spraying Co. will rid your preperty of- these pests. Guarantee your freedom front insects for .'i months. .... ;., „-....,. • Price for Homes $1.00 to $1.50 Per Room Have it Sprayed the Boyctt way. We .*> it Hre Government way. Phone 3602 BOYETT DDT Spraying Co. Offices Temporarily Located HIE. V** St. , Geo. (Baddy) Boyen—Ownen—Fr»d KyHt Jr.

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