The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 15, 1949 · Page 2
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mo Bi/rnreviu,E (AMC.Y couxncn raws MONDAY, AUGUST 18, IMt Legion Program Aids Many Boys Commander Reports On Summer Activity ; In Field of Athletics I 1 Approximately 200 boy« of Bl.v- theviSle and vicinity participated in the American Legion's summer program lor boys, E. N. Shivley. commander of Dud Cason Post, hss reported. The rffuiar Junior American Legion bafeball program was handt- opped due to the fact that heavy rain* caused postponement of many home sr?.mcs Thirty-three boy? were enrolled In this program. The Kiddy Baseball League, which was co-sponsored by various churches, Included 167 boys and was composed of nine teams. Representatives in the league for boy.s under the age of H included Luxora. Dell, Gosnell, Yarbro and five teams sponsored by Blytheville churches. The season was climaxed lasl wetk when an all-star group played the First Methodist Churcli team, which was league champion Cost of the program. Mr shivtey said, wa.s approximately $1,600. Oil bills have been paid to date, he said. "We want to thank every contributor to the American Legion's Youth Program and we think this activity Is in some way responsible for the low Juvenile delip.qiic.icy rate in Blyiheville. We fee! fully repaid lor our efforts," Mr. shivley stated PADUCAH, Ky., Aug. IS— (ft— "Opration Veep" went, off on schedule here yesterday—without • hitch, romantic or otherwise. With upwards of 10,000 persons on hand for the rededieatlon of t h e Paducah-McCracken County All port a« Bark ley Field, Vice President Alben Barlcley made no ref- eruce to his rumored romance '*'ith a St. Louis widow. Instead, the 11-year-old Barklcy made jocular reference to his romance with Mrs. Carlcton Hadley. St. Louis widow, while crowning his six-year-old granddaughter, rjorolhy Anne Barkley, "Queen of Queens." he solemnly told the crowd: "I was quoted as saying that 1 was going to crown a queen of ruy own sotne a*y. 1 couldn't say then what I had I" mind, although there was much speculation." Then, pausing dramatically while Mrs. Hadley sat Intent on the i -speaker's platform nearby, he con- into the in:]x>rl and exports of wild tinned: • iiy-ij A • I aimnnLs and to consider desirability: "I am happy to announce that To Protect Wild Animals > u r irnposins stricter control, if not here Is the little queen of my own," a total ban on the trade, because and smiling broadly, he stood and LITTLE ROCK, Aug. l.v-f.-iv—! SINGAPORE iAP)—'Hie Malayan ' of the mortality rate among export- placed a crown and a kiss on Aided by the new drug, annnop-| Vegeterlan Society seeks lo save ( ed animals. granddaughter. term, six-year-old Mike Connelly's . this land's wild animal life by con- j Surprisingly two wild animal ex- body put up a valian right against j trolling exports. The society said it i uo ,. t( ,, s who "appeared without announcement at the meeting their vole? in support of the re.so- •ution The exporters succeeded PARTY LINE—The rising cost of puppy biscuits in Holland, Mich., poses quite a problem for Beauty, who' recently became the proud mama of an even dozen pups. The white registered collie ha* • near-record number of mouths lo feed and should be boning up on the thought that "They come cheaper by the do/en." Romance Plays Second Fiddle: 'Veep' Crowns His Queen—A Six-Year-Old private plane lale yesterday. Later the vke-piesideiit flew on lo Washington with Mr. and Mrt. Max Trultt, hi! son-in-law and daughter. Governors to Meet MEMPHIS, Aur. 1*. W) — The Memphis Atlantic Union Committee honors two governor! arid A metropolitan opera star here tonight. Governors McMath o' Arkansas Arkansas Boy Loses Battle Against Disease .Malayan Society Seeks leukemia. j hart ueen lold mot a large num- But the dread blood disease cuus- ; ber of monkeys exported from Ma- 1 a severe brain hemorrhage yes- i lava died on ships carrying ihem. levday anrt Mike died at the home | Also. i,hr group said, the one-horn- McMath Raps Mistreatment Of Prisoners LITTLE HOCK, Aug. 15. W) . Arkansas pen&l Institution officials j have been warned that Governor McMath will tolerate no mistreatment of prisoners. j In a letter to all officers of the state's penal system, sent from the governor's office Saturday, "inline- i diate administrative action" was j promised if the order Is violated. Notice also went to State Police : Director Herman LIndsey that the governor's policy includes "any per- , son arrested or detained -nd sus- i ' pected of violations of any law.": The announcement came only » . few days after a grand Jury in- j y-stigation of conditions at the j Piilaski County Penal Farm, over , which the state has no jurisdiction. McMath said he had not had any reports of mistreatment of state I prisoners. ] of his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Connelly, near Little Rock. H.s physician said the boy rou- linued to develop normally since lie began taking monthly treatments in St. Ix>uis last May 8. Last February, a brain operation ',vas found necessary. Mike apparently had recovered from that, but Friday he suffered a slight hemorrhage, and yesterday a severe ed rh'.noceios Ls now practically extinct becarsc of hunting and exports. The society adopted a resolution The crowd roared Rnrklcy's remarks that some day cast he "might crown a queen of my own" was made when he crowned the queen of the Culpcpper, V rim, however, in having the word bicentennial celebration vccenUy. Jonesboro Woman Dies *f Grease Fire Burns iy The Awx-Sated PTM. A SS-year-old Jnnesboro woman died last night of burns she received when her clothing was ij- lited by burning ireese (rom a cook stove. Mrs. Sara Shirley died In > Jones- x>ro hospital. Her husband, W. c Shirley, Is being treated for severe burns on his hands, which officials said he reflved In attempting to extinguish Mrs. Shirley's clothing-. and Browning of Tenntuee '111 Join singer France* Greer as gumU of honor at \ specm dinner meeting of the commute*. Twenty-three of the M men who signed the Declaration o( Independence had -'tended collet*. Trans-Jordan became a sovereign independent state in March. 1846, under t treaty with Great Britain. MAKES 10 BIG COLD DRINKS 'to* Modern Home FOR SALE Beautiful 3-bedroom home In nice residential irea. Has 1 baths, 2-car garage, OK heating system, complete insulation, very modern kitchen, large breakfast room, full size dining room. Urge screen porch, servants' house. In Central School district. Can be financed by FHA. Shown by appointment only. Call or see MAX LOGAN Phone 2034 eliminated 'rom before •'mortality rate" in the resolution. asking the Singapore and Malaya Eepcutation on the vice president's friendship with Mrs. Hadley arose after he attended a baseball game with her some time ago in St. Louis. Mrs. Hadley and her 17-year- New replacements ir carnauua ; Federation governmenLs to inquire ™* '" Polishes for automobiles.; ,.,,-. . nf ° wood, leather, etc., are said to oe | old daughter, Anne, were Rliesls ot ~ ccoiiomical and. when properly j the vice president here over the one brought death. blended, to give hardness, texture, i weekend. funeral services were to be held ! a n d melting point equal to' 'Hie vice-president and Mrs. Hart- here this afternoon. caniaubn. ley returned to St. Louis in his Loney Hits National Democratic Committee UTTLZ ROCK, Aug. 15—f/py— _ Former Arkansas Governor Ben j Laney has fired another blast at j Democratic National Committee ' Chairman J. Howard McGrnth. McGrath Saturday banned States ] Rights Democrats from the meeting 1 of the Democratic national Com- j mittec to select a new chairman. j "Such action is typical or the ] arrogance «nd dictatorial attitude | used by the national party leadership recently," said Laney, leader In the slates rights movement last summer. - A dog can detect the difference between notes only one-eighth of • tone apart, according to the Encyclopedia Brttannica. BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 1$ THE LATEST leek fer ffceir trucks ea tite streets There's » reason! °Voft- Ratrd" trucks fit the job. They reduce operating costs . . . last longer . . . and arc more depend able. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. "Sniith'i FInevt Srrv1c«* see us for 0 0 a Frozen GET BOTH IH 7 CU. FT. FBOSTAIH'S cold comes from the w'alls, with no waste space. Room for everything from tall bottles to plump melons at handy reach- hi-level. Air is always motionless, always moist. Foods can't trade tasles. Everything stays fresh in uncovered dishes. Five trays fnst- freeze 90 cubes, three times an DUPLEX 3.5 CU. FT. ZERO IOCKK Constant zero cold keeps food frozen-fresh for months. Quantity purchases help save money on food. Twin bins store 130 Ihs. of meat or SO (jts. of fruits aud vego- taljles. At a New Low Price $449.50 A Product of DEEP FREEZE Division Motor Products Corp. h.ighl, «9'/,~ — Wnilh. J3V,"- Another New DEEPFREEZE Product TWO COMNtKSOK Two refrigeration units insure correcl temperatures in each compartment. You beticEt hum maximum ecouoiny and depend ability. JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO 301 East Main 'See Jimmie First" Phon. 2487 I Tuesday, August 16th "Oscela's Most Unusual Shoe Store" ZELLNER'S SHOE STORE FAMOUS BRANDS "Opposite the Courthouse" FOR WOMEN WHO WEAR AND WANT FINE FOOTWEAR Specializing In QUALITY SHOES • Current Styles • The Names You Know • The Shoes You Love! Every Pair of Our Nationally Advertised Shoes Are PERFECT QUALITY NONE ARf FACTORY REJECTS OR DEFECTIVE SAVINGS OF 40 Per Cent TO 60 Per Cent OUR UNUSUAL POLICY What Ar« Cancellations? Why Can W« Sell Them at Such Tremendous Savings? BECAUSE many stores cancel tlieir shoe orders from tirfie to time because of a slight delay in delivery. . . patterns not made exactly as ordered. . . buyer has over- botigrrit and cancels order while slices are still in work. \Ve cordially invite you to see these famous brands of women's slices. .. . any time. Our resources do not allow us to to advertise their names or the original price of their shoes. Our resources do not allow us to display their famous names in our windows. These famous brands are sold by leading stores all over America. \Ve cany a wide variety of sizes, including "hard-to-get" sizes . . . huV not all sizes in all styles. Sixes 3 to 11 AAAAA to C widths. BUT. . , for the first week ol the opening.of this stoic, the factories are giving us permission to advertise the name and make ot these factory cancellation shoes. Just to mention a few brand names, we will have !. Millers Palter dc I.eso, de I,eso Debs, Selby's arch preservers, and many others. OPENING DAY ONLY One Pair of 51-15 Sheer Nylons Given Away With Every Ladies' Shoe Purchase. SAMPLE AND FACTORY CANCELLATIONS ZELLNER'S SHOE STORE 211 W. Hale "Opposite Courthouse" Osccola

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