The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1947 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1017 BLYTHEVIM-E (AUK.) COUU1RU NEWS Mclaughlin Case Ruling is Delayed Former Hot Springs Mayor Seeks Writ to Nullify Indictments i.rrrr.v HO-K. M ;I) i. IUP) — CliLi'f J;:sike Grilfm iiiniili uf Hie Arkansas Huure.'iic Courl snkl u>- ^VJLlua u cU>:-isioii on the Leo P. S^Jtashlin ru.«i' will not be haii'i- ('<! ilbu-n t..'101-o Friday and possibly nr;t until next Moiulay. Tlit 1 c-ourt lu'iuct oral arguments .Mur.day on M -L-.iugihim's applica- liun for a writ prohibiting the Gin-land County circuit omul 10 iry him on 14 indictments chari'- IMV. bribery and nonfrasuiii-e ju .Jnstive Smith s'.ird that Assomto Jnr.tier. Mim.r \V. Millwee li-.ul noil had lime lo study the, 1 records, and I no action would be taken on the' ai-P-i^ttum bfffJi'c :i conn conler- eiu-e Friday. He indurated that ihe drujiion may be returned at the tor.it'-, regular .Monday meeting. When ihf case caniu uj> lor trial, ul ra veil evi lie. denied a defence HH !ii,r. lo qu;:.' h the indicimcnl.s. M;l/ui"Jihn's attorneys contended that the regular grand jury had not been properly discharged. tli.it t In 1 .siicrill had no authority to iMMparu-l [lie sp:\-ial ^rand jury, :uui iliat the <jr:mr1 jury n 1 turning i )H' indu LinoP.ts v;as "packed'' wiUi axo'^rci rr.emiL-s uf tho loniR'r iiiaycr. 'I lie .vainc argunients were usetl "urioi'L' the EnpitMne Court. Pnwwiaor Sidney S. McMaili an.<i lii:; hr.v ixirltier Nalhan Sche- f'.iokl, cleniid any irivguJaritios in ilio indictment, proivi'dinga. A lu'vv date Lor the LiiaL is hold tLl. PJ-'iuUiij: Lire .Suiii'finc? Court.'.; 'O.-i-ion. ui tli r e\ p cni the action j-i'AV:.v<,i';ib] i; 10 McLiiLiKhlhi. Hey, Fellers—LOOK! PAGE ELEVEN linl\ Different Mass. <ui>>-Two Run-a-\Vay Muh Blamed Babte»-Th For Death of Fanner ' OAMIIHIIXJK, I Nlejnun l-'ellow^ In Jniiniiillsin, who Ml'Kl :il l-:ri:c:(0, •IVnn., Mas — •— ^ 'I'"' 1 A "ii-veav old furtiior ' Wlr'at: \ValkiM-, \v:is killed Mnllday I «!!< !:;:.„.!, w!ii-n ilraiu;ed lov sevi'l':il | nuiuiii-J yaiils by a rulia\viiy mtlU'i '•' ! '- !:n-in near lielv. ' | >!;' .;..-<! a tew luir.utes iiilov Ills ™'" c l» Hnrviml University to sl " ll >' economy ami gov- cinmeul. huve turned up Inn course on Hie (lt!velo|iiiK'iil of the child. Several GI-stud*nts are In the same for the same reason— H new baby in the home. !^'e:i I'l.LiuU-hililrell-" li tin- inn.iies sell "l-'rindshlp, 1 Ki'Vni:,ii wt ;i u-reive l!ie liieoine coin ttu- pun-reds. JL lie L/ o o o i li c ^ai* eein POWER MOWER ' ' x f Chicago Man Killed in Collision of 2 Light Planes AUGUSTA. Oa.. May 1. (UP) — Robert 1) Morrow, 22, of Chicago, V.YIK killed yesterday, when the small IHatie lie \v« piloting collided with another. The Uvo occupants of the .second plane landed safely in a wheat Biggest tbrill of Jimmy CarricU's 10 years of life is pictured nlim'e as the Pitl.slnivgh youni'sler walks unaided for the first lime in eight years, fol lowinj; an operation in Rhriners' Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Jimmy, Navy Seabeo mascot, was stricken with criuDliim spinal ailment when two. Famed 'Jinxed' Hope Diamond Bequeathed to Grandchildren •INSURANCE UNITED INSURANCE fA,iP. OIETR1CH; Mgri WASHINGTON. May 1. (UP) — Mrs. Evalyn Walsh Mi-Ljnn left her taoulous collection of f;eins. inch'd- ins the supposedly jiiixert Hope diamond, in trust for equal distribution among her seven grandchildren, a summitry of her will ro- yealed yesterday. Mrs. M;L;an. Wiishinglori society figure who died of pneumonia last Saturday, speficicd thai if distribution of the jewelry cannot be tarried out effectively it is to Do sold and cash shares distributed criually among the seven grandchildren. The value of her estate was not field. Morrow's plane crashed about mile away. disclosed. Mrs. Mcl.ean paid S180,- OCO for the Hn;:e diamond in 19W. Its present viilue as a collector's item has been placed as hi;;ll as S2.CCC.OOO. iMost of the estate was left lo the grandchildren. She bequeathed to her two sons- John R and Edward B. McLean- the use of her personal propel other than jewelry, until the lime that the estate is distributed among the grandchildren. The rtis-j tl'i'oulion is to begin when the I'ivei oldest, (jr.in:lchiklnm all have passed their 2f>tli birthday. 1 To her son-in-law, tormer Hen. ; Robert «. Reynolds, D.. • N. C.. siie willed the lifetime use of her | VVaslii3n;toii lionie, "Fricnd.sliip." AssiKiale Jtistic'c Frank MiifpJiy of tlie 3n;:ri'iiv: ConrL und 'I'Jun'- niau Ariiotd, former assnciati 1 jus- the of ihf U. S. Court, of Ap];o;i!s, were named executors oi tlie estate. The will, dated last Nov. 13. war tiled for probate in the District ol Columbia. An ;»nnouncenicnl wills respect u the fortune in jewelry said the will provides that it ahull be kept u sa f e r list ody tin t i L tlie I im e tin distribution of the estate lo grandchildren.' 1 - v\L that time tlie jewelry, incUuiiiui: Hie Hope diatnund, the Wt:ir i he Mast, and other renownet !'eins, is lu he di-iti ibuteci with th other jM'C|Tei't.v am out; all sovci Ki'andehiLdren .sliare and shar alike." The .itiuuur.cetuejit saul "Or in t.ic event that MK'h distvi •jutioii in kind cannot lie effective ly carried out, all of the pmpert; STOP - LOOK & LISTEN Do you know how many different items v/e stock in our store for you to select from? Approximately 4000 different varieties, brands and sizes are displayed in our store. Baby Food for babies! Health food for sick people! And all good foods for well people. Lettuce, large hard heads lOc Carrot's, bunch 5c Greens, turnip or mustard, bch . 6c Sweat Potatoes, pound 8c Lard, pure, 8 Ibs 1.98; 4 ibs 99c Beans, G, N., Navys', Limas Pmtoes Jynkei Freeze Mix, 2 boxes .... 25c B^IS Peppers — Ripe Tomatoes Chili, one-Sb can, W. O. Becms . 37c Mackerel, tail cons 21 c Oysters, Nigcjer Head, con ... 49c Paper Towe?s, 2 rolls 25c Vanilla Extrcct. imit 8 oz lOc Toilet Soap, Palmoiive, bafrh . 15c Sweetheart or Woodbury lOc Tomato Juice, Jack Sprat No 2 lOc Mustard Greens, No. 2 can .... lOc Turnip Greens, No. 2 can lOc Grapefruit Hearts, No. 2 ccm . 19c Carrot Juice, Happy Hour .... 23c Tomato Plants, Bch. of 50 50c HAPPY HOUR FOR QUALITY Save Valuable Coupons Packed in 50 tbs PURASNOW Enriched FLOUR Self-Rising $4.30 Honey, pyre, strained 1-2 gal. 1*60 JeHy, 2 Jb ias* (assorted favors) ?.9c TOc 25c 23c 25c 10c 24c See the Rotoflo Power Mower on Display in Our Showroom PAUL BYRUM IMPLEMENT CO. :!l 11;isl Mnili SI. I'liiiin- -11)1 Ulvllirvillc. Aril. Tlicrc lire those who have cars to hoar — yet Uioy he«r not. Eyes to EOC — liut they arc blind to some of the most obvious uiul important limits lU'otuxl tlicia Surely no h:i|i|i!iK-s.i euu conic lo us unless we flrc at peace with the world, antl at pence uith ourselves. There is a radiance [i ml light minimi us if we will hut open our eyes, sharpen our vision, ami i^riisp the etcruitl truth thut we arc hero for a purpose. Ami Unit purpose is to help the other fellow. Uy helping tlie other fellow, we are helping ourselves more than we renli/.e. Life is not vasy for anyone. It can lie very iHm'ciilt at times. Hut we enu fill it with » lot more meaning and purpose if we will hut throw ourselves wholeheartedly iiito the lives of others, into the work of others, and into the problems of other* with an honest desire to he helpful. l''or the happiest man is always the man who gives most generously of himself toothers. "Do Unto Olltcrs ,ti You If'inilil Have Ol/ior* Do Unto You" CUUTlfiS CANDY COMI'ANY CHICAGO, ILLINOIS special WARD WEEK feature! Pen-Jel for JeHies,- box Raisers Bran, 2 boxes The Best Brand Pie Filler, 7 oz Kreme!, Jemon flavor, 3 fosr .. Kelloggs Krumbles, box Sunshir.6 Hi-Ho, 5atge box .. Orotioe Juice, 45 oz 23c; No, 2 !0c O«ts, Goid Medai, lorqe box . . 29c Apples, dne-d, fsnq racked, 5b . 39c Peaches, dHed, lh ............ 23c Pepper, pure ^vhsie, box ....... 19c j DM« Mix, box ................ 25c i White Bread, 2 Loaves ........ 25c I Oleo, o3! broods, !b ........... 43c I Hambisrgerj fresh, Sb ......... 30c | Salt Meat, Fat Back, !b ....... 27c jStew Meat, ^AA" Beef, lb ..... 29c | Bacon Skins, for seasoning, lb 15c \ Steak, "AA" Prime Rib, Club, lb 55c £ HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH HEALTHX _l X J. m r~ Wo have a complete lino of health foods, canned vegetables, fruits and their jniees. filoii!; with other items. AH Ulld or the HAPPY HOUR URAND. Kvcly Hem sold on Riiarnntee. The Haiw Hour Brand nsiuves you of the ljer>t! NO SAI.T OR SUGAR ADDED uu X X Li •< I HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH HEALTH^ HAPPY HOUR FOR QUALITY HAPPY HOUR * * GROCERY * * MARKET 108 E. Main Sr. Phone 814 Free Delivery I'KICKS— l-Vi., Sal., Mriu., M:iy 2. '.'„ :.. --f x ' PRINTED PAPER COTTAGE SETS BOUGHT TO SELL AT 89c A PAIR! while quantities fasti 3/5 Now you can get these pretty, practicnl paper curtains way below half-price ... if you hurry! They'll sell fast for kitchens, bathrooms, playrooms for you can discard them when soiled nnd still be money ahead! They're flame-resistant, fade-resistant and wear for months! This and other patterns in lirifilit, gay colors for early shoppers! USE WARDS MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN TO BUY NEW CURTAINS £oR YOUR ENTIRE HOMEI

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