The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1947 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTIIISVILLE (AUK.)' COU1UEII NEWS FRIDAY, WAY 9, 1?47 Court Test Looms On Laney Vetoes Belated Action by Governor Slated to Get Judge's Attention LITTLE ROCK, Mny 8. (UP) — Validity of Gov. Ben Lnncy's veto of two bills passed by (lie recent legislature was apparently headed lot a tot in Arkansus' courts today. -The two measures—the so-cnlled Reed liquor bill and (lie Carpenter Independence County salary-act— were vetoed 'by the governor nfier the ESth General Assembly adjo-jrn- e^. Proponents of the two measures insist thai the governor acted too iate nnct that the bills nclunlly IK- came law. The Reed bill would remove much of the discretionary poutr now In tbc hands of the revenue commissioner concerning the issui::t; or revoking of wholesale liquov Hccr.fccs. The county salary act would rcprml the initiated salary act in effect in Independence County ana set county salaries up on a fee b:i:,it The court test—tlneidenctl by R*p. Guy Reed of Millc.- County on the liquor bill—apparently will conic oil the salary act, fallowing the announcement that Independence County Judge Forrest Jof- f«ry has found himself unalk to draw his salary. . County Treasurer Norman Gray, a, lending sponsor of the "Cnri>o:uir Salary Act." refused yesteidny to transfer $200 from the county raSary fund to pay Judge JeMery's fni'iry act. Gray asserted that tho "Carpenter. Act" is now in cifecc and that the county is operating imcler t£e fee system, without.a t.i.lary {urid. ' Gray said lie is basing his ac(!cn on_ a ruling by Attorney General Quy E. Williams in which Williams said that the governor's viilo of the t^il came too late and that the :ic'. now is law. -Judge Jetlery contends that the Initiated county salary law rcnninr, in effect until the Supreme Cmirt rites on the validity of the repealing bill. ; A court decision on the; salary art would probably be interprtted to apply to the liquor bill no both wcic vetoed under identical circumstances. Band to Present Concert in School Auditorium Tonight Hendrix College Choir to Sing In First Methodist Church Here J. Glum MeU'itlr J. Glenn Mctcalf. associate professor of music at Hendrix College, Conway, director of the Hendrix Chapel Clioir, will present the choir In a concert free to the public Monday night, 8 o'clock, at I First Methodist Church and a prn- 1 (jrnm earlier In the day at nlythe- ville High school. Mr. Metcalf is a native of Batesville and received the Bachelor ot Arts degree from Arkansas College, Batcsville. Following Ills graduation, he studied piano under the late Henry D. Tovey at University of Arkansas, Fnyett«WT:. goin? from there to the University of Illinois, in Urbana, to receive his Bachelor of Music degrrc. Ho look graduate work In music at the American Conservatory In Chicago and at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The latter school conferred upon him tile degree Master of Music. At present, lie Is organist and choirmaster at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral of Little Flock and dean of the Arkansas Chapter of American Guild of Organists. The Chapel Clioir is a group of students chosen from members ol the Choristers. Chorister members are chosen from try-outs before the CAR!} OP THANKS I We wish to exp:-cs.s our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for their kindness durin:; th« illness and death of J. W. Shepparh They will ahvas be gni'.cJully rc- , membciTd. Mrs. Myrtle Maul?, daughter Mrs. Stella Thompson, daughter Mrs Pearl Quails, daughter H. 13. Sheppard, nephew music faculty and those showini exceptional ability are given membership in the Chapel Choir. They will be honored by the Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church with n luncheon Monday and will share honors with high school seniors of the church at, a dinner Jiat night- Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Phone 2043 1044 Chickasawba Livestock Lumbermen Elect Officers At State Meet lit Blythevillo Hlyh School auditorium. "From Bach to Boogie", is the slogan for the concert, directed by Karl Wiulrnpl'uhl, baiul master. Pictured nbove the band is ready for marching,, led by drum major Marilyn Ueen. Other majorettes are. left to rii;hl, Jo Ann Shanks. Willagcne Daws, Julia Ann Woodson, June Uuchunan ami Mary Lou Joyucr. clay's festivities as queen.' , Dale's home is in Alaniogor- New Mex. ,i:iied members of Blind Official Due Home With Seeing Eye Dog - CARUTHEHSVILLE, Mo., May 3. —Rouss Johnson, city assessor and local coal retailer, will ;urivc Friday from Rochester, Mich., with hi5 "seeing eye" dog, believed to b= the flrst in Caruthersville, and possibly Pemiscot County. Mr. Johnson left Michigan Thursday, where he had spent the past four weeks at the Lender Dog JLeague School, and acquiring the assistants of "Rudy," a large German--shepherd. They will fly to Memphis, where the family will "meet Mr. Johnson and Rudy Fiiday. LITTLE RCCIC. Ark.. May 0. (UP) — A Jonesboro luinl.Tnr.au C'.autlo Honcli, Inday headed llic Arkansas Asscx-lation of Hr.ubLU' Dcatcr.s. following his election a the end of the group's convention yjjstcrcliiy. •Named to serve with Roach were J.- R. Hartsell of El Dorado, first, vice president; J .R. Grobmycr of Little Rock, second vice president: James L. Gardner of LiUic Hook, third vicn president; Dctnatt Henderson of Little Rock, .secret ur.v; and A. C. Davidson of Little Ro:k. treasure!'. In a concluding address yesterday. Author and Building Analyst Ray Wcnzlick of St. Louis asserted tliat real estate prices in the L 1 . S. were sliding downward. He predicted Hint a stable balance would be hit by 1!«0. and Unit the crux of construction costs would be seen this Summer. annual Sprint; commerce day witi i speaker at Col. T. II. Barloii. president of thc|<jcnt s and Lion Oil Company of El Dorado, as o'clock tills morning. their guest. ' I : Mis s Frances Dale, a senior In Col. Barton was the' principal the college, war, selected to reijn a convocation of stu- laculty members ut 10 ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- 1 YARDS. May 9.—(UP) — (UEE'A) — Livestock: Hotj.s 6.160; salable 6.530; market fairly active; harrows and gilt- 1 ; mostly steady with Thursday's av- i erage: sows, mostly 5Dc lower after few early sales steady. Bulli .... , I soocl and choice 170 to 240 Ibs o in ,he concsc of businesT'ad- j *«°^,»f' ^P 2 «£ *° 3 $ ™ ^ration" were Martha M= Crary[ ^^'^.Tew \^ 3 £. ^oJiW 360-103 2125: 130 to 150 Ibs 22.10 to 13.75; 100 to 120-lb pigs. 19.00 ro 2125; nood 270 to 500-11) sows, mostly 18.50 to 19 50; few choice to 20.00;heavier weights, 17.50 to 18.00; stags, largely 14,50 to 16.50. Cattle 2.850: salable 150; ealvos CCO. ali salable; meager supply of do. N Wl mi. of Lonokc. Tom Pat 'Cook of Hone Mary Ellen Cook of Rnssellville, Lamar stScniu'r of IXltle Rock. Tom McCortE of Heber Springs and 13111 Meets of Little Rock. nrrKir NIMV.S Want Adds cattle comprised of about 40 per cent cows; other classes in negligible numbers. One load of top medium steers, 22.75; odd lois! yearling steers. 21.00; good and choice heifers an ( i mixed yearling. 22.00 to 24.CO; odd head cows 17.50 to 18.50: common oand medium beef cows quotable Irom 14.50 to 1650; canncrs and cutters 10.50 to 14 CO; most cows steady but bis packers not particularly active in early trade. Good beef bulls 17.00 to 17.59. Local A Lonr Distance Mnvlnj DoapettBt B«lp UA •qalpn taktalj !*>Har*3 Gnulttd *n6 Ulio. Bitvlcea H&nllai r Pkr.no 2601 Read Courier News Want Ads. U. of A. Business Students Hold Commerce Day FAYETTEV1LLE. Ark., May tUP)—Students in the University of Arkansas College of Business Administration today observed tlruir Too Late to Classify For Sale School I'arade Pictures - Ciniif dr O'.SU-L-n' lure inarclmi^ in T] • O'STEEN'S ""M!,'!"^ sinall .1 llus II IJuycl Lnri.-.. D ).ii..-.. Adilinf r..Arr cil vn Vlioml' li!lf"5"iu'i'"i iiir.mnilv M [>'u CJ<ilir llunkcr. Hi: nn-TlirriH 1 Will li.nl : iimrUiiii *"r'r'i'si..''i V i nily'iiUli •105. .1 In si'.- V STUDIO nil M:rr ..i llsl Nrll. *Jt v . I f >n»'na. Mu. irjili'r. At-. onu i^r Sv LMrnnis. "%, ;"";[,'!, skirl nn,^ ; foiir-sli -•'.« i.ur |iii" mil.-. .-.:o rl-l'.l ., i.y i; 111 \\'rit*' r.il) -pk- 11 1, 'liliHcs rii'.i-iik-": 1....-.I i»i ,1 DillilS. i:'ui..s •.,.'y Vl"i|.'- ^||V^ U.I,. b'''-c'i'll Female Heip Wonted : Commfivcinl sales man for well cslablishec local tire firm. tJcneroii salary an<\ nommission. Vel • eran's Trninini? «vail:iblc Experience necessary. Tel , all first letter. Uox "A" c-o Courier News. Our cm ployees know of this nil. 9-ck-l Bizerte is a town in Africa, sit of some of the last World War 1 battles on that continent. CLUB 61 (Formerly ^liihiHe Inn) OPEN NIGHTLY FOR DANCING Under New Manage- ment. Coll 944 for reservations. Couples and Parties ONLY/ Owned iV Opcrtu-il by Getirgc I'oi tl ;ind \V. A. "Red" »ic!.cisl;i(T REVIVAL Emanuci Baptist Church Half Moon May llth to 17th Rev. Percy Ray of Myrllc. MUs. Services Lvcry Ni^lil at 1:30 Once you've laid eyes on' the new Lester Betsy Ross Spinel, you'H'know that your search for a really fine piano is ended. Streamlined styling to fit in wilh any dccorolivc scheme.,. wood graining and color tone to "work-in" with any color plan. Backed by Lester , . , builders' of finer pianos for £8 years, ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. 208 West Main Phone 2071 Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Savings Low Net Cost Prelection For Service W. L. TAMKE 40X K. Davis St., I'. (). Ilo\ i:il uiic 2487 Blytheullc, Ark. Open at 7:00 p.m.; Starts 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday "Lone Texas Rangers" Wilil I-iM Ellititt as Hcil Uydcr ami Bobby Blake Serial: "Daughter ot Don Q." Saturday iMidnifc tjjtt "HOT CARGO" \VI!lhim Also Shorts RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday and Saturday (In I'inecolorl "WILDFiRE" with Hnt(liv Slrole anil I : .(lit lOiti Clnplcr "Fril. Opn Also Shortj ic Dtsin ruior !IS" WASHABLE SPORT SHIRTS by MCGREGOR -- ARROW -- MANHATTAN Here arc full-bodied sport shirts for casual or active sports . . . good to wear, too, when gardening or raking the yard. They are tailored of soft, washable materials, In comfortable long or short sleeves . . . All of them icprcscnt most remarkable values. It It's For A Man, Mead's Y/ill Have It 3 50 «o!2 50 MEAD'S SATURDAY OWL SHOW "Midnight Manhunt" with Willimn G;irpan aiitl Ann Savas Also Short Subjtil New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVF.RY NIOHT Matinee Saturday ft Sundzr Boi Opens Week I>ays 1:W p.m. 8»t--Bon. l p.m. Cent. 8how1n« 321 MAIN STREET a<;-* s Friday 'WINDJAMMER' willi George O'lliion Also Short Subjo<-1s Saturday The Hcpublic I'icilire "Riding the Lone Trail" Also Short Subjects SATURDAY OWt, SHOW "Cry of the Werewolf" wild ; ! Nina Koch. Slcrili''" Cr.lin '[ Selected Shorts '

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