The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1947 · Page 10
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PACE TEN BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TtfUKSDAY, MAY 8, 1947 Minister's Wife Woman Bound Over To-Grand Jury for $§6';000 Forgeries BIRMINGHAM. .'Ala., -May- » . (Tjp)-Mrs. J. H. Barfield, a minister's vvlfe and former county pub' lie welfare worker^ was' bound over , to the .grand jury yesterday on \ charges'--of forgery In-- connection : with : a~'possible $50,000 embezzlement, of welfare funds iiitendcO for destitute families. Her bond was continued at $9,000. Four witnesses testified before packed courtroom late Tuesd i that 'they had noi seen welfare check's made out to them wliicr Assistant solicitor Cecil Deason ex- limited. Philip Lovoy testified that Hi had cashed the checks at his. gro eery store. He said the checks wen presented bv 'Mrs. Barfield !>»< that be had cashed one or l«i check's a week for her since 194 Mrs. B.ir.'ield. the wife of 111 Rev. -J. H. Barfield of the Wood lawn" Christian Church, did take the s'tand. DPW officials tes titled- thaU she' had been ..emplojv ns a case worker from 1931 to 'Aprn 5, 1947. ' ' '-• ' I City detectives, who estimated that -the fraud might exceed $50. COO. said thuF'Sn audit of all cancelled checks for the past 10 years was still being conducted. One witness: William B. Harrell of Tavrant City, tcstiiicd that he had not been on relief rolls since March IM4. One of the che:ks Mrs. Barfield was 'charged with forging was to Harrell ami dated Nov. !1, 184S. - - Ready) Aim, Fire—No Harm Done Spring Showers )e!ay Farmers Cold Wet Weather Causes Damage in Parts of Arkansas rcslmp bullet pioof \tit he uccntlv perfected, Bernard Spooncr takes jlm and fne.s .it I co Id ILISC. (mploic ot Ihe Spooner Company in a recent demonstration for Philadelphia, I'a., police. Builds dented, but did not pierce, armoicd plale. 72-Hour Work Week for Firemen ;s Held Valid LITTLE ROCK. Ark., May 8 been hold valid by attorney t ral Guy E. V/illiains. The opinion, which went to Smith Cily Atlorney Harrc-ll cr. said the new law Port LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 8. (UP) —Farm work In Arkansas was delayed by sho'.ve»s during the week ending yesterday, the Arkansas irop Reporting Service said today. Soil moisture is ample to excessive throughout the state, with sonic fields under water, renting, which was miller way on au extensive fonsis the preceding week, made but limited progress. The heavy rains and flooded lowlands damaged rice levees and likely will necessitate considerable replanting of cotton, corn and other crops In some areas. Cutworms are causing considerable damage to crops, especially corn and tomatoes. Cotton planting ranges from onc- fourtli lo three-fourths complete with n considerable amount up to good stands. Chopping Is starting in extreme .southeastern counties. Corn planting Is well along with most of the enrly planted up to good stands. Much acreage has been cultivated. I Small grain crops continue lo do well except in some areas where ' excessive moisture is causing some damage, pall scc<led oats are beginning lo head in most areas. Stands were reduced by winterkill in many fields Spring sown oats nrc making rapid growth. Seeding of rice, although retarded by rains last week, is well start- ,jj™j „„,;!'. The first crop of. alfalfa is ready propelling ships. Navy men believe | by atomic energy arc a strong pos- tliat .ships and submarines powered I sibllity. Katydids hear with their front legs. GROCERY and MARKET 211 SO. FIRST STREET 1'HONK 2507 These Prices Strictly Cash & Carry — NO EXCEPTIONS — With all orders Amounting to $10.00 or more we will Give 1 Bar Large Size Svory Soap FREE! NEW WHITE POTATOES Crystal Wliitc I 1 17 C i? HIM.i* Alt Brands mm :fann out her takes over :'•; j'hns lived wit n ' past six years week of firemen to 12 . Harvesting of strawberries, about. valid ue- tUP)—A 1947 law limiting the work. ( . ;H15[ , c ni c .s~ aiv "creatures of the hours -li-vi! leuislatnre and since there is nolh- lo <- ul '» mosl mLns ' the constitution wWcli, P»- ( ^ ^^ j^^. ,, ln]l „..„„,_ js get _ Horn u,uiu , [ln(j un(l( .,. wnv ln (he im|)ortant | While county area. Tickers are he- recruited from wide areas for this work. Mci'lcc.- nl Ion.; LutV'imiaU'.ny 'J;c dojf itnii:!; 1 !.! Hi ttio neighborhood. Slie is a ivnl t).ii"n-yarcl pet ami likE-.s tu h-j .strokcLl, us i:; demonstrated Ly M-. Jr.iii.n Me'jk- cr_ —-NEA 'rdopliov.lo) Pickets Enjoined MEMPHIS, Tenn.. May 8. CUP) — An injunction.limiting pickets and ordering striking telephone workers to refrain from violence was issued by Chancellor Louis Beja-'h yesterday. The order limited the strikers to three pickets at each entrance of the company s buildings. Pickets were ordered not to interfere with workers crossing the picket lines. React Courier News Want Ads, lisning and regulating fire departments, they are absolutely subjei to its control," Remember-only Chevrolet gives you BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST Navy Organizes Defenses Against AiornJc Warfare WASHINGTON, May 8. (UP) The Navy revealed yesterday it has stepped «t> preparations for atomic warfare by organizing groups of experts to study atom bomb defense and ship propulsion with atomic po-Acr. The Navy Bureau of Ships wll operate an Atomic Warfare Defense Section. Nuclear power .section ant Radiological Safety Section, I mimed Cap. Logan McKee coord! liator of atomic mutters. Tli.. Atomic Warfare Defense Section will develop measures to pl'Otrvt .shin; fH'!ijn:H atomic weapons. The Radiological Safety Section will lie responsible for develop- in!; protection or .ships' crews from atomic explosions and atomic ray contamination. 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SOUP, Monarch IGc PUMPKIN, No. 2 1-2 can 23s PORK a BEANS, 3 Ho. 2 cans 39c TOMATO JUICE, No. 2 can IQc APPLESAUCE , 2 cans 25c Peaches, heavy syrup, 2 1-2 can 29c e lib.carton CHOCOLATES for Mother's Day 1 Ib. box 59 c Yos, only Chevrolet B ives you BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST; and only liiis need satisfy you. Visit our showroom, and place and keep your order with us for a new 1947 Chevrolet NEW 1947 CHEVROLET LOY ESCH CHEVROLET CO. 301 W. Watnur Phont 578 BLACKEYE PEAS, No. 2 can 20c HOT ROLL MIX, box 29c BREAD, 2 loaves 25c PEACHES, dried, pound 25c APPLES, dried, pound 38c PRUNES, large size, pound 25c POTATO CHIPS, pound box 59c DOG FOOD, old style, can IQc CANADA DRY WATER, cjuart 20c OLIVES, stuffed, 16 OT ......... 69c P6CKLES, whole, sweet, 12 02 . 29c OLiVES, 5 1-2 oz Queen 39c cans CIGARETTES, carton $1.99 P. A. TOBACCO, carton $1.18 COUNTRY GENT, carton 99c COFFEE, Happy Hour, pound . 48c BROOMS, 5 stmi9 59c MATCHES, carton POST TOASTIES, 6 oz box K. 0. ROACH KILLER, pint PickJes, sour, gallon PICKLES, dilC gallon 5c 50c 89c 89c Thompson Seedless 2 Ib. pkg,

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