The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1946 · Page 7
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TIIUKSDAY, MAY 30, 19-10 BLYTIIEVJUJB (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Bankers Elect Marianna Man Elgan C. Robertson Named to Succeed . R. H. Dickenhorst. HOT .SPRINGS, Ark., May 30. (UI>>—Klj;iiii C. Robertson »[ M:ir- iannci \\as clecU'd pre.'jkU'iU of the A r k u n .s a s Hunkers Association meeting here yesterday. He succeeds 1(. II. Dirkenhorsl o! M.»r- rillon. Other officers named were Tom Stone of Hot Si>riiiRs, vic=-presi- dont; Berry Vanuhnn oj Puycttc- villc. treasurer; and Jeff IMirnctl of LitUo Rock, re-nppointc'd secretary. Four Arkansas chairmen of Hie American Bunkers Association named were Hal-land Hurt of Canutcn, National Hank division; II. E. Hurley of El Dorado, savings division; E. J. White of West Memphis, slate tank division; and J. H. liowen of Little Rock, trust division. rAGEBKVKM Labor and Management Agree on Settlement - 7 Films Get Oscars For Safety Lessons CHICAGO. (UPl — Pour motion pictures and three sound sllclclllius wem "Safety Oscars" in 13-15. The National Committee on Films for Safety, representing 17 national organisations, made its annual awards in the fields of home, traffic, occupational and general .safety to: "Service with Safety," commercial vehicle movie produced by Intercity Coachlinc, Lansing, Mich. "Safely in Air Depot Machine Shops," industrial occupation movie produced by U. S. Army Air Forces. "Happy New Year," industrial occupation slidefilm produced by Zurich Insurance Co., Chicago. "Teach Them to Drive," traffic film produced by Pennsylvania State College for the .-.mericnn Lcyion. I "Traffic Jam Ahead," traffic Klidcfihn produced by the National! Safety Council. I "Home Safe Home," a National 1 , Safety Council home safety movie.] "The Pall of Man," slidclilm pro-j cluccd by Zurich Insurance Co., in the general safety field. I Officers Hope Flashlight ty Prove Valuable Clue In Search tor Murderer ' TKXAUKANA, Ark.. Mny 30. (Ul'l .—'1'he principal cln« In the quest f,>,- nvxurkann's phimlmn killer wus placed before the public here tmlny. \ Clllxcns of th<> fmr-rldd<>n Kimlh- yest Aikunxux border liiwn where •live, lien-oils have tllc<l with bullcU in Ihi-lr heads and u Mxth has bi'cn Wounded, will Ixi asked l<> tdeii'lfy Ii lliishll|<lil believed dropped by Ihe killer. A picture of (he motul UnshipDl 'ill H|)|>r»r on the front, mine of the 'cxnrknnn Guxoltv In color lodny. nd Chief trinity Slicrilf Tllhmui ulmsim of Miller county. Ark., lm.j ppi'nlcd lo residents lo Identify il iii said Ihe llglit is » tyixs rni : .> in he urea. II b<jre no nniiorprluU OfHcers suld U 10 llnshllnht wiis Implied by the killer four wveks R» nfler he shot iind killed Vlr«ll Slnrkn and woundoil his wife nt Ihelr arm home tienr heqp, * Labor nntl in-irayemmt shake hands in Wii.shiHRt.jn, D. C., after John U. Slci-linnn. I'usldentlnl Lubor Advisor, aimoimeed Ihat Hie mil st-'.'lkc lir.d been seltleci. Scllkunent canu »l. the very end of Ihe lime llmll 5cl by the President ami lie was advised of the stride's end while in the middle of his ftpee-.-h to a Joint. iessicn of Cansixsii. Pictured at the Sluller Hotel In Wishln B (oii. where the neuotiiilions look |)lucf, ere, left to right: Alvunley Johnalon, president of lh c Btotheihoixl of Uiiihoad •IViilninc-u; J. J. Policy, preni- tlenl of lhc Afsociulion of Aincixnii Railroads aiulchief MCKOItutor for the iiiiuii-.tcincut uronp; and A. K Wliiiney. presicleni of Ihe Brotherhood cf I.ocoiuolive Engineers. i,NKA 'iviepholo.l Blasts Critics Lincoln Folklore Just That, Authority Asserts DECATUR, III. (UPl—Dr. Lewis Warren, founder of the Abraham Lincoln foundation at Fort Wayne. Ind., recently challenged much of the folklore surrounding the life of Illinois No. 1 citizen. The Rutledge romance in Abe Lincoln's life was "pure fiction from beginning to end," Warren said. II was true that Lincoln had a love affair in Salem, 111., he explained, but it was witli a Mis;; Owen and not Ann Rullcd'je. Miss Owen turned down the opportunity of becoming the wife of the Great Emancipator. Warren said. The report that Lincoln's home life witli his wife Mary Todd Lincoln was unhappy has little basi.-i in fact. Warren declared. She was an exceptionally well-educated woman, who did much to help Lincoln, Warren said. Folklore also has me youthful Lincoln pictured as poverty-stricken. This was untrue, according l.o Warren. Lincoln's schooling compared with that of oilier youth of his day. Warren said. And the tale that Honest Abe picked up a scrap of paper on the ! train going to Gettysburg to write Ins now famous address is again just so much folklore. Wan-fin d'_'- clarccl. Lincoln wrote the speech weil~».i.advance of Getlysburgrund its excellence was not just a stroke, of luck. It resulted,- Warren snicl,' from ycp.rs of trainini; in oratory, nnd n stvle (hat came from studying the Bible. Township Folk Plow Land tor Sick Farmer ADA, O. (UPl—Fanner Georfie Stoll was ill with rheumatic fever and was worried because he could not get his spring plowlni; done. The word went around Ihe town- ip and one aflernoon tractors began to pull In at the Sloll farm's front gate. The 53-acre farm was plowed in three hours and 15 minutes by 19 tractors; Another 37- ixcrc tract owned by Stoll was handled by another crew. Friends, neighbors, crnngc members and church members all helped. Nacadoches, Tex., reports plans for a sewage disposal plant, water pumping station, swimming- pool, and stadium. War Veterans Coached On How to Get Jobs HOSTON (urt— A uroui) of for mer servicemen have established school lo (rain velcrims in the techniques ol joU-hunllug. The en dcavor is sponsored by lhc Greate lioston Veterans' Service Center. The school which lasts only two days for the course, shows veteriuu how to plan I heir job-lmnllnK hnv, to develop lists of prospects, tin best methods of approaching pros pcctlve employees, and technique for handling job 'interviews. Al participants attend job forums t gather current Information aboil business and professional Ilelds. $1,370,000 American Loan Sent to French WASHINGTON, May TO. (Ul'l-- Franco today received a 51,310.000,000 American loan which may encourage the French iwoplo lo shy away from Communism. Announcement of r.io liei'.il amee- nu'iil ninii! Just lour days before the French nallcuml elections when the French will decide wlielhi'r On Ir Uovernnienl will move lo«ard Ihe rl«lit- or left. 25 Apply for Liquor Permit; One is Issued A liquor permit luu been Issued to J. M. and C. O. Si»clc ol Frenchman's JlHyou, It h»s been unmmnccd In 1 Hcvenuu Commissioner O. A. Cook. Mr. Cook tiidd It would bu the only retail outlet in lliu South MIs- I'lssippl County Iowa and udded the permit was the only one approved out of '.'ii applications. Refrigeration Air Conditioning The Ultimate in Mechanical Ability and System Designing M. D. TULLOS 'IVIoiilumc 2200 t-X Mm^tt BHin* BCX^TON, (UP)—The only - md mlJal who*u*e> (our X'« to «p»ll hi* name ha s retired Irom Uw Navy. , Rear Adm., Felix .Xfnwt Ojrgax was ccmmandaht of the Jlrst Na- vtil District here until h« quit re •• cently upon reaching the retire-, inent ug;. , Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Service Calta a *t*t til Kv|U)irs to Electric Appli- ancw Fully Guaranteed BLYTHEV1LLE SALES CO. (When Ocutety U N»t a MM»rj) 11» K; Main SU PiMOM S«l« Approximately '^,500.000 tons of Arkansas coal are marketed annually. HOT'S BODY SHOP Roily anil Fender Specialist. Wrecks rebuilt. Guaranteed Work. Reasonable Trices. Free Estimates. 4I2-E. Main St. Ray or Phone ;M5f» ;I.ed by Ivlrs. Julius Young Tal- ' ^nndge, above, of Athens, Ga., . 'president general, the DAR Con- ; ^tinenlal Congress in Atlantic : iCily, N. J., voted to outlaw Rep. ; : Clare Boothe Luce's "Committee • ; Against Racial Discrimination in ' Constitution Hall." Mrs. Luce's i group sought deletion of the J "while artists only" clause from • contracts renting the DAR- : owned auditorium. Mrs. Tal• matlgo assailed them as "dis- \ loyal" and charged "politics anil',: publicity" motivates critics" o£ '' ' . the hall's management. Gives Spike in Museum nEL-LF.vUE, O. <UP>—The nickel lilat,, spike used to join Uie last section of track together which the Nichle Plate road was inn through Bcllcvne in 1882 has been put in a Museum. • The spike \vas given to the Nickel Plat c museum in Cleveland by Walter P. collopy, veteran locomotive engineer, whose family had kept possession of the spike for the past G'l years. FOR BALE CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL SIZES Cheaper Than Bridge Lumber OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Phone 091 Oaceola, Ar*. J.LOUIS CHERRY New York Life Insurance Co. Ark. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Slt-.clebakcr Service WE HUT AND SELL GOOD USED CAKS Lex Chamblin Bill Chn.rn.blin I'lione 2195 Kailroad & Ash S(a. SATURDAY BA KERY ^ SPECIALS 7-fnch 2-Layer CCGQANUT CAKE ON SALE SATURDAY ONLY Sorry—Just 1 to a Customer Don't Say Bread . . . Say HART'S Bread Rlythcvi.-'c Owned — Employing Blythcville People /^\A/V\AA>/\/\A.AAi INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL' V Let Your Shoals Make Hogs of Themselves INTERNATIONAL SWEET MAK-MEAT HOG FEED Select only good stock. Feed is scarce and should be used wisely. Feed Sweet Male-Meat Hog Feed. You shorten the feeding period *rhen_you feed for fast growth. Produce profitable pork with Sweet Mak-Meat Hog Feed. Always INTERNATIONAL SWEET MAK-MEAT HOG FEED AT YOUR DEALERS ICK.... Celebrates National Automotive May 29 to June 9th BUICK... A Pioneer Since 1903 . . . Today, "The Sensation of the Nation" Cooperate with your Local Safety Council in Preventing Afddents and Deaths \ • • * A Check-up Today May Save a Life Tomorrow! Langston-Wroten Co. Sales — BUICK — Service U. S. TIUKS '. Phone 553 Blythcville, Arkansas MOBILG.4S RED HYDKR and Coming Events ^POLISH WEOrtES,\ BY FKED HARMAN OVER YOO; MfLUON BZk.GS ALREADY SOLD -'-THEV^ *AUST BE SOOty" v

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