The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1946 · Page 12
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PACE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Voters to Pass On Big Issues Legislative Matters ,', Up for Approval in November Election. IJTTLE ROCK June 6. (OP) — The deadline less Uiaii a month •"•y, eight proposed initiated nets and constitutional amendments hive been suggested to the public to be voted at tlie November gen- enl election. Petitions for initiated nets must contain 17,348 signatures and for constitutional amendments 21,085 signatures. The deadline before which they muet be filed with the Secretary of State is July 3. . The 1945 general assembly proposed two amendments. One would permit counties to increase the ad valorem tax from three lo 10 mills for road purposes. The other would r»ke salaries of all constitutional officers, circuit judges and chancellors. •Secretary of Stnt c C. G. Hall said today he understood iielitions are being circulated (or submission of three oilier amendments and three initialed acts. On e initiated act would consolidate a large number of rural school districts. Another would provide for legislation enabling the state lo Issue $150,000.000 in additional road bonds for a complete revamping of the state's highway system. The third would propose a community property law which sponsors say would reduce the payment of federal income taxes by residents of the state. The amendments would permit counties to vote additional mlllngc for recreational purposes, permit counties to vote up to two mills ta« for libraries, and Increase (he terms of all constitutional officers from two to four years. «. University Trustees To Select President ^LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. Jims 5. (U.P.)—Gov. Ben I,ancy said today that the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees probably will name a president to succeed Dr. A. M. Hording within the next 10 days." ."Returning this morning from a meeting with the trustees in Fayetteville yesterday, the Governor told his press conference today that the field had been narrowed (town to about 25 applicants. 'Read Courier News Want Ads. Hollywood Import Touted as the' movie screen's next big heart-throb is Louis Jourdnn, above, 25-yair-olcl French actor, now in Hollywood 1 to make his first American (Urn. Selznick tnlent scouts spoiled him in England, where he was "making ;i French movie iiboiil French and English paratroopers. RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on make or rnr W«*r)r.maTiship. Armed Might THURSDAY,-JUNE C, 1946 any able Reliable f HONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Callihon Electrical Appliance Co. Motorola Radto 8»J*« and Rerrlec I»« South First St. Dial 474 wd We'll Pick up Your • DRY CLEANING • LAUNDRY NU-WA LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS 218^20 No. Second Case Bill Veto Move Ofset by Newest Petition WASHINGTON, June 6. (UP) — Rep. Lylu H. Boieii, D., Okla., an-lllie floor of (he house licciinsn "I tionnccd lod:iy thai ho secured feel thai Uic President i s licarlnu 116 Congressional signatures in less from only one side on this niatlcr." than half an hour to H petition He was refcnhiK 1° '•<• l>ctitlon ch- President Truman to sign culated )>y a pro-labor bloc- itreiiiB the Case Bill into law. Boren told re|X)rlcrs that he had less than half an hour and just that," Boren said. I did Ice patrol vessels of the U. 8. the President to veto the Case 1)111. Coast Guard cover a radius or from - . "I l)et that I conUI Ret at least 5000 to 0000 miles In their scared [Started to circulate the petition on' 100 signatures lo my petition in for Icebergs. Carryinf! lop wcighl, 130 pouiids, including Done Hudson, concrdinR 10 of linest linndicnp horses in country from seven lo 28 pounds, Calumet Farm':; Arm<;<l, all four hoofs off track, luft forefoot curled up under him, lonn tail flowing in brcc/c like Whirlaway's, Hashes neross finish line lliree- lun^ths \^'int\er of 70th running of famous mitc-and-a-fttiai tur, $00,500 .Sin Durban Hat^dicap at Bel- nionl 1'ark. Vulcran horsemen consider five-year-old brown sun of I3»ll Lea-Armlul by Chance Shot yrealcjl gelding since Exterminalor. FOLGER SCOFFEE HUMKO SHORTENING CEYLON for fragrance.., SOUTHERN INDIA for flavor NORTHERN INDIA for color Three fine teas specially blended for more fragrance, fuller flavor, richer amber color. Enjoy belter iced t«o from er color. Enjoy belter iced tea I Kroger'j. I SPECIAL OFFER Lo'"' « PRINCESS PATTERN TEASPOONS | 2 '» 25 C '• Mail 25c and box top to: KROGER WITH KROGER Box 1122, L TEA BOX TOP Cincinnati 1,O. • mm mm mm mm mm mm mf MONTGOMERY WARD THE WHOLE TOWN'S^ SVMU WARDS IKING ABOUT DON'T FORGET FATHER'S DAY, SUNDAY, JUNE 16TH f 35* Country Club Whole Kernel Golden IJantiim. 12 Oz Can 14 16.75 SCHOOL DAY PEAS No. 2 Sieve No. 2 C'an 16' LIBBY BEANS Deep Rrown M Ox. C'an 10 BLENDED JUICE Florida Packed 'U> Qt. Can 39 C MILK Country Club 3 Tall' : 29 C SPECIAL! SPORT COATS OF 100% VIRGIN WOOL! Men, here's an outstanding example of Ward Week value—specially purchased — when you want them most! Just sae the roomy, casual styling expertly tailored into their plain backs, easy-draping (hree-butfon fronts—and you (and your friends!) are bound to admire the new, 1946 versions of window-pane checks, bold over- plaids, atlractive solid colors you'lt find in these coats! V- C. C. Corn Flakes. .18oz. Pkg. 12c Post Toasties 11 oz. Pkg. 9c Kellogg's PEP 8 oz. Pkg. 10s Skinner's Raisin Bran lie Kellogg's Rice Crispies 12c Kroger's Wheat Puffs. . . .4 oz. 6c GRAPE NUTS ... . 12oz. Pkg. 14c Kellogg's Asst. Cereals .Pkg. 23c Betty Crocker Breakfast Tray 23c PRODUCE Sweet, Juicy Florida—IMesh Granges 8 Ib. 65c Hcd Ripe for Slicing Tomatoes ... Ib. 19c Guaranteed Ripe—Sweet Watermelons Ib, 5c Packers Orange Juice . .46 oz. 39c ' Duffs Hot Muffin Mix 14 oz. 22c V-8 Cocktail 18 oz. 15c V-8 Cocktail 46 oz. 30c Calumet Baking Powder 16 oz. 19c INSTANT POSTUM . .4 oz. 24c Larson's Vcg-AH No. 2 Can 16c Oliv-ilo TOILET SOAP . . 6c TREET-12 oz. Can 35c KOTEX Pk 9 . 22c C. C. MILK 3 Tall Cans 29c C. C. SPAGHETTI DINNER 11 Vz oz 25c Avondale Cut Beets, 21/2 can 14c C. C. Spinach No. 2 can 11 c Trump Fly Spray Gal. 69c MEATS ESQUIRE SOCKS IN SMART NEW PATTERNS LIGHTWEIGHT SLACKS FOR SUMMER COMFORT 3 hr MO You don't have to pay fancy prices for Fancy Dress Hose at Y/ardsl Soft rayons in assorted patterns and colors. Cotton rein* forced. 10 to 12. 4.98 .You'd stay cooler on hoi summer days in these rayon, rayon-and- cotlon slacks! Gabardines, tropical weaves in stripes or plain shades of blue, brown, tan, grey. Arkansas Grown Peaches .. Ib. 15c Sweet Dark Red Cherries .. California Hinu lb.-.49c IF. S. No. 1 Red—Washed Potatoes lOlbs. 45c Juicy, California Sunkist Lemons Ib. lOc Fresh Trimmed Gr, Cobbcge 5lbs. 15c Tcndt-r Well Filled &>rs Green Corn . each 5c Baking Hens Ib. 43c Skinned Weiners Ib. 37c Calf Brains Ib. 19c Sausage 1 Ib. Roll 39c Pork Kidneys Ib. SKINNKI) H. & G. Whiting . Ib. 22c Red Salmon ...... Ib. 39c Cod Fish Fillets Ib. 39^ Fresh River Carp Ib. 17 1-2 GIRLS' COOL BARE FOOT SANDALS U9 Good looking, and sturdily mada j of supple brown lealherl Rubber heel), leather soles. 12'A to 3. PIGGLY WIGGLY WOMEN'S COTTON ANKLETS FOR ONLY p<m 15< For now and through Summer— sturdy cotton In all your fovorit* colon, whites. 8'/i lo 10 T /Ji FOR SPORTS AND STREET IT'S WARDS PLAYSUITS 4.98 The skirt goes smoolhly over the shirt and shorts—and preslo — you've o smarl dress! Fine cottons In ploids, ilripes, prinlll Don't miss theml I2-I8» 3.69 COLORFUL SPORT SHIRTS IN COMFORTABLE STYLES luxurious, smooth-textured rayons..; sleek rayon-and-cotfon blends in handsome, skillfully tailored models. Extra full cut to provide the roomy comfort a man needs, whether he wears them for active, fasr- , moving sports or for leisurely "time-off" relaxing! Styled with a neat } convertible collar that looks smart with or without a lie! Bright plaids' or clear pastel tones—all the summer favorites. THIS SUMMER LETS BE COOL AND COMFORTABLE! MEN'S TIES IN BRIGHT SUMMER COLORS, STYLES 1.49 1.50 H'j easy in one of these airy, smartly sly fed straws that lei the breeze re achy out head but word off the burning sun! Your choice -of colorful bends, tool The swelleit summer selection* yet—big, all-over fioral and geometric patterns ~m vivid, eye- catching colors! Every one mad* to knot and drape perfectly I ; r \' SWIM SUITS A-PLENTY AT WARDSI 3.98 One-piece or two-oiecel In gay cottons, sleek royoru ;.. p'infl and plains. 32 to 40. | WELL FITTING SLACKS FORTHE COMFORT LOVER 4.98 it ';, ' They're comforfablo for active pfoy or just being lazyl Welt tailored imooth rayon in say pastels, dark colors, tool Take your pkltl Sizes 24-32. j STURDY SANFORIZED SHORTS, JUST Collon twills in pleated and boy ilyleil Pastels ai y<ell a> white, navy, brown. 12 to 18. MONTGOMERY WARD

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