The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1947 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, MAY-H tenghai Labor ension Nounfs Series of Sfrrkes Threaten ro Break • Wage-Freezing Policy SHANGHAI. Mm- 10. tijpt— Ten«™. ovor the COM ',,r livlll ,„„;,„,'. <iI m Miuiijjliai yeslmiuv as Inhor ii^y?'' 1 ' lo brcnk tliro »eh the M^Jr- " ! '"' >1 '""' of m »Jor sti'iTte-s i.iip!vm.,T thousands of workers. -m?HCyps of the Chinese' Government Radio Administration, ami the • n.-iiiRlini Telecommunications liu- leati went on n 24-hour hinder s rue :„„) -slow-clown." They threatened ;, complete wort stor'- )>:if!c unless their demands for a CO wr cent pay raise were iiui mer to- Kai-ller, s.OOn .slcikli]» bits nnd Micet ear workers of the French iwver company singed a parade. I lie power workers demanded a !>••>!• r.iiSf. and "uni-ree7.hu>'' of the cost of living index by which Ihcv urn paicr. Ill Nanking, iho cabinet <if><-lclc:l t" raise the pay scale of civii rer- vants and army personnel. Thi? de- e!sioii «lll cost the Chinese i'ovein- ment 380,000,000.000 rlollars (W "00.000 nl the official rate) I'l-emior chan» Chini told a row- mittee from the people's Politic*! Council that he opposed a "dmn;>- m<4 system for lowering prices He advocated, instead, radoninn of loofl and cotton. -Mcaiuvliile. most of Sliaivhai's "ep shops were closed todnv by merchants who feared public retaliation for Ihe raid by 300 rice dealers on (ha H\va Hsin Bronclrisiing Company. Tniman to Make Quick %lin to See His Mother J>*A8HINGTON. May 0. (IIP) — I "t^fiH Truman will spend about lhri-<? hours w jt|, his mother at Gramlvlew. Mo., on Mothers Day, Ihn white House suld today Affcr attending the gridiron c"| b dinner here tomorrow night. Mr. Truman will board his special plane early Kumlny for a -flight to Missouri. He will land at Grandview's airport and KO immediatelv to the cottage where his 9-1-year-old mother. Mrs. Martha E. Truman, has been recuperating from a broken hi]). After spending about three hours in Oradvipiv the president w-ijj fl>' back to Washington in time to join his wife at a reception to be given at the statlpr Hotel by Harokl Talbm-t, president of the'Gridiron Clnl). I\ Till-: I'KOBATE COURT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY,. AKKAV- S.'.S. CIIICKASAWBA DISTRICT I" t'-ir. ,\l:il(er of (he t.'stale of fi. C. Wadlcy. Deceased. NOTICE Notice is hereby given Uia: I will as administrator of the Eitats of O. C. Wadley, deceased, between th' hours of ten <10:00> o'clock i-i the fnic-iv^ and six (0:00> -/clonk in the aflfruoon on the tweitth Ovjthi day of May. 1!)47, offer for sola the following described personal prop- city on the premises of th,i homestead formerly occupied by the deceased n. u. Wndle.v nt -105 North Sixth Street. The purchaser r.t saH sale shall be required to pay ciish for same and Immediately remove samp froin said premises. PROPERTY One 19-11 Chevrolet Two-Door SL- d;in One 1947 I'.j Ton Chevrolet Truck. One Lot of Tin Rooting. One Case (Six-Cut) Combine. One Poison Machine. One Two-Piece Living Room Suite One End Table. One Cane Bottom Rocking Chair One Cabinet Radio. One Wool Rug. One Nine-Piece Din'.riR Room Suite. One Oil Heater (new). One Four-Piece Room Suite. Tlirce Extra Chairs. One Butane (Gns) Cook Steve and Water Heater. &!e General Motors Refrigerator. W.-:e Washing Machine. One Four Piece Dcdrcom Suite (Mattresses and Springs). Two Iron Bert Steads vv'th Mattresses 4ttrl Springs. One C?S-'st or Drawers. One Dresser. Three Linoleum ntigs. O. W. BAR.HAM Administrator. HE'S UP! HE'S DOWN! | We Guarantee I | RECAPPING I i with : ' i • Hawkinson Treads J 1 J J Lcf Your Next Tires Be J I GENERALS j j Cos! More — Worth More'! ! j ! MODINGER TIRE CO. • ! 116 K. Main Vbont ZZOi ! BLYTHEVIU.RJARK.) COURIER NEWS CHURCH NEWS I'll.C.KIM UIT1IKKAN CHURCH Walnut and Sixth Mrv, Robert Jjcjrr, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 11 n.m. Prayer, sermon topic- TUESDAY Sunday School Teachers' meeting, 7 p.m. ( Adult Bible Class, 1:45 p. in. I I-'1K8T VKF.SBV'I'KKIAN CHUKCll llarvry T. Kldd, pas tar Sunday School, U:45 :i.m. Morning Worship. I! a.m. Young People. 0:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. County School Supervisor to Fight Ouster Move Born Without Fact, Girl Takes First Stens at ?2 CHICAGO. May 10. (UP)—Betty Jane Lnmnc, pretty blonde, took a few halting steps yesterday and eoncludetl that "walking j s n wonderful thing." MIPS Inmpe. born without teet. walked for the first time In her 22 years late yesterday when J;n.\l fittings were made ori a new pnir of artificial limbs. "It K-HS wonderful, I never hyl such a thrill in ,j iy ii[ C ." she siiri .15 she primped for n phntographer- "Be sure my stocking seams aie straight." "And \vhen I get married,'' she 'i-N. Ai-k., May 9. (Up) -_ LJ. Q. Coleman. former county ed- x^tional supervisor of Hot Spring rounty, planned today to ask the Arkansas Education Association to 'ntervcnc in what he claim s was in "iilefral" election that ousted iiim from office. At a called meeting in Malvern estcrday .the County Board of Education named Harvey z. Snell of Donaldson to succeed Cole-man. Tile bombshell came when Coleman issued a statement, charging fraud in the voting, since only three member; of the honrcl were resent. The former supervisor quoted Act 27 ol 1941. a legislative provision, vliicli stater, that all board members must be notified in writing of any meeting. He asserted that \vo board members were notified, '.nd further tlmt he \v:is not even isked 'to attend the meeting, which -ie said was a violation ol Sec. i2.i A?t 357 of 1011. I Colcman's statcniont concluded,! "I am asking the A FA and the^ National Education • Association to investigate the election." o Tricky Thief Beat At Own Crooked Game as Victim Gets Last Laugh FORT WAYNE, Ind., May 10 (UP)—Herbert Williams yesterdn.v was trailing a couple of bloodhounds he hud trained to trail people. The hounds were stolen from his backyard in LaFoJIette. Tejin four days nKO. The alleged culprit. Claude Hodges, an ex-convict from Fort Wayne outfoxed a posse le.i by other bloodhounds but finally was captured, minus the dogs. He wns taken back to LaFolleltc. not for dog- iiapning but o n chavRes of stealing some chickens and a car. Williams wanted his <logs so he went to see Hodges in jail. The dogs were for a price—a good, sharp hacksnir. Williams later slipped him the saw and was told his clogs were at an address in Fort Wayne. VV|- liams came here, but the rtogs were not here. ^Williams headed for home today ivifh some consolation. •He had taken the temper out of the saw. he .said, and it wouldn't cut butter. said with confidence, "I'm to ti.incc nt my reception.' 1 Rsccm Sweet Potato PSanfrs $4.50 Pe/ Thousand D. T. INGRUM Holland, Mo. •ME SERVICE & STORAGE CO. is pleased (o announce that Mr. Richard Holt lins joined our staff as :ai'pentci- and maintenance man. Call us to do that job you can't do or don't ivinit to do. Telephone 2801 Twin Gables — OsceoJa, Ark. To our Friends and Customers: For your Convenience we arc now offering CURB SERVICE? Plenty of Parking Space in rear . . . We special- ize in Ice Cold Beer and Delicious Sandwiches. Open 9a.m. Til 12p.m. Proprietor O. C. St. Clair TWIN OSCEOLA, ARK. DON EDWARDS "The Tjprwiler Man" ROTAL, SMITH, CORONA end REMINGTON PORTABLE HO N. SECOND ST. PHOTO £5 (Every Trunsiictkm MUST BE SATISFACTORY) CAI.VAUY BA1".-.'ST CIIUUCU llitli ana Chlckusawliii Uev. 1>. II. Jrrnlftiiu, pastor SiiMtl/iy School. 9:4.1 n.m. Morning worship, 11:00 n m. li. T. u.. 6:-),7 p.m. livening \v r or.sl)l|), 8 p.m. I-L/.T I,AKK CHllltCll Itay L. Mcl.fstfr, ii:t*it(ir I si, :ii-d nnd 5lh feumliiys: PrpjichiiiK Sci'vlcr.s, Ei::$o n.m. Siindny School. 10 n.m. 2iul nnd 4th Suntluys: Sunday School. 10 a.m. FIKST (JIlltlsriAN ClUlltCH I!. S. lialrcl, liastur Utble School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 1C:5(1 n.m. Evening 'rrnliiliiu for nil ne grcmiJs. r>:'M p.m. Eve-Ding Woishlp. 7.-.TO |3.m. LII.I.V STKKKT HAI'l'IST D. 11. Blcdsoe, pastor S'.mday School. 9:10 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union. Q:30 p.m. Evening Worship. 1:30 p.m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Allen I). Stewart, pastor Church School, Q;45 n.m. Worship Service, 10:50 n.m. Senior M.Y.P., C:30 jj.m. Intermediate M.Y.P., 6:30 p.m. Worship Service. 7:30 p.m. Choir practice, Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. TEMl'LE ISRAEL Or. Alfred Vise. Kalihi Woman's Cluh Sunrfny S:hool. 3 p.m. Service. 4 p.m.. toilowed by Mother's Day program nr.d social hour. Worship Service. II n.m. Sunday Sehool, 9:30 a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. I'lUlHCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST "Adam and Fallen Man," is Ihe Mibjeet of the L?.s.son-Scnnon which will be rend in all Clmrc'.ics nnd Sociclies of Die Church of Chj'ist, Scientist Suiiuuy. The Golden Text is: "As uy one man's disobedience many were in.irie singers, so by the obedience of one shall many lie made righteous." IANI , Mlri' IIa > I.. Mel.i'Slrr, pastor IM, ,!i,i am! r,:h Kiindnys: i iv:ieliln s .sei'vln-s. n n.m. Sun,t. (v school eveiy sinnliiy. 10 -JW :md Jlh Stindaj-s: 1 ie:n'hiin; services. '7 p.m. " ; H. COSITI, 'IAllHtv.U-I.K ^ '*- H- llnrmon, pastor •'•'nd".y ,<-' ( .|iool, ,1-15 n in. MI. mint; Worship, n Q ni Vuin« I'eople. ti-J") jj DI I'-vi'iimg Worship. i : ;jo p . n ,. f ! AT i: \v A V T A BKM N ACI.R 'Iduiiril Strefl If"', i,. <i. noriih, puUr .vorvice, 0:45 a.m. Kycnli^ Worship.'1:30 n'm. Clmrrh Service. Wconesday y, 1:30 p.m. Mid FIRST •n- TIIK NA/AKENB l):iniel Slad'Brils. l>astor Simtiny Sehool. n-.w H . m , Mimilnx Woi-shli), n a.m. Voiini! i'eo|)l(>'s moctlnif, 7; is n.m. Eveiiini; Worship, a p.m. "wlWMlny pmycii- services, 7:30 I.AKi: S'I'Ul-ET SI'-THODJST I'llUlt*, 1 !! «rv. II. II. I ... v ins, |,,,s(i,r 'Mlieii .Sriiool. 9;S(| ,,.111. Movnlni: Worship. Hl:r.O n.m. Kvciilnir Woi'.lilp. 7 :30 p.m. Mrlluullsi Youth Fellowship, 0 Mil. I'rayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7 ASSMWi.y OF (iOI» (.HOItCIl !..(.'. Kaiiucy, imslor Siimluy School, 0:45 n.in. Wiirnlnt! Worship, n a.m. ClirlM AniljHfBaUor services 8:30 p.m. Children 1 * church, 6:30 p m. Evangelistic Service. 7:30 p.m. >*>^fx>>>cJ>.»v-«--.>--«:>-v.>>'>''» >. riKST KAI'I ISl i'llUltCII ClKhlh niul U'ulnut K C. llruwu, pisttir Simdiiy School. 9MO a.m. Miming Worship, 10:55. Sermon by Dr. Kdgur Willluiiisun or Little Keck. ADthcm: "Yun TutiRhl M» How to Hruv" by choir. 'I'] ailing Union, 7 p in. r.venlni; Woishl)). U p.m. Sermon by Dr. Williamson WEDNESDAY Teachers' mid Otl'iL'cVs' meelins;, 1 p.m. PAGC THKKB CHURCH OF TSIK IMMACULATE CONCKFTION Kev. II. Franc-Is MiOfvltl, p:i.st»r Itev. full) nujarskl, »sslntant puitui Sunday Mnsso'i '1:^0 nnd tu::i" p.m. \Vcekdi\y Mass«, s p.m. 1MMAN11K1, HAl'llST CIIDIlCll A. M. IMuslim. pasicir Simdny School. 10 n in. Morning Worship, U n.m Trnlnlitir Onion. 7 pin. Evontny Service, 1:;«i ti.m Wednesday nl^hL pniyer servlri' 1 n.m. <'lll!ltCII III- CltltlSf K. \V. Slovull, iiiiKliir BiniiliiV Hehool, D:. r >li n.m Wnr.shln Rrrvlne. in-^n «. in Ulblc study, (J.-4S o'clock. KvenliiB fiurvlcu. H 1) m VAItllitO MKTHOW1ST C1UWOII Ituy I'. Slflx'stcr, (iHsltir 1st, 3rd uml 5th Bimdnys: J'raichlng Services, "I:'M \*.m. Sunday school, 10 n.m. 2no nnd 4lh Sunday: IMeachliiK StTVlues. 11 a.m. SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPKOYtft AKKSOY '""•'EARLY MATURING . Foundation Slock-Direct From Breeder .:' Recent tost proved yields 3 to 5 more bushels per ncre ;iiitl -stands up better than Ralsoy. ' Blytheville Soybean Corp. infill \v .«..:„ * » \V. Main Phone 85C-857 ATTENTION FARMERS You Can Now Get 100% Coverage On Your Crops Against Hail Storms! This may l,o n ycnr of lioavy liail storms. We represent ho lurtwst am olilest llnil Storm Insurance.Company and with lh<j lushest ruling. Special _i'f|»r™niil«tiv«> wilj i, 0 in Blytheville and vi- cmit.v lor a limiled time to tnko applications. Call, wnle or phone NOW ( O r particulars-No obligation! ED INSURANCE AGENCY NUMHEK SINK UAl'TIST CIIDRCn llowaril II. Klntr, |ustnr Sunday School, 9:<5 R-ni . MornhiK Worahlp, 11 a.m. Tralnh.K Union, 7 p.m. Kveiilnjc Worship. 8 p.m Wednofrtny, prayer meeting, 8 p.m. | Save 50% Chopping Expense ••• c >; 1'1,-int Chvmk'ally Delhitvit. Knr/.-Froo COTTON SKKI) 't' Save Money—(i to 10 Ll.s. per Acre. Any corn, pi'ii in- "• x licitn planlcr will plant those smooth, .slick colhui seed. ;»: Can bp plowed 5 (o G days nfter pliinliiiK. mnvnuN ,111? _ STONKVII.I.K 2c — i> p x-1, 11 For Sale Ity fSLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. Phones 856-857 e re sorry we can't handle /mother's Day greetings by Long Distance This Siinilny ih.-H y<ni <lo mil (listniu-r. of {lio lc!<!|i)ioiic strike, we :isk folhcr's Day gr«;clings hy ] on g I.iniilcd forces at the suilchhoarils will conliniir to «?o their hesl to Iiaitillc cmergeiioy long disl.in«- calls as I<mg U.-S live slrike roiiliuncs. Your help anil greally ii]>prccinlcil. iliiring ihis perioil arc SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY I'llOIR- , r )10 A. V. niBTHICH,'. Over (inard's Jewelry Store "KvcrythinK In Insurance" AAAA CERTIFIED BABY CHICKS A complete line of poultry feed, Buttery fed fryers • buy them on Tool. . WANRD: fuck load. i i J Phono !)ll) c , - v » vi iiviv JUctU. -.. , ..,. ., Saturday evening 8 to 10 a. m. Sundays Plenty of Parking Space LEWIS POULTRY 410 East Main St. Ark.-Mo. State, Line ;;o« the left at, the Arch : .^^. :t;t ^^.^^^^ : ^ GATEWOOD GROCERY Hi f\7r PRODC 7/J 7 Crown Kinscy Schcnfey Philadelphia Three Feathers Hill & Hill Old Taylor . Four Roses Pt. .35 .35 .35 .35 .35 .40 pt. 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.75 4.35 2.85 5th j 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.40 690 4.SO Beer GAS, rcg. Cignrcffes per Case $3.35 | Ethyl 19.9c | per carton $1.55 | "For Work Done Right" CALL 474-475 Cold Storage for Furs and Woolens NU-WA LAUNDRKLEANERS KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 "I'h.- (Md Reliable" G. O. POET2 Source <,i PETROLEUM 0»l>lr .Seme, I'UODUCTS RR .",' OfBre Road Gravel Available in Yard or Carload Lots -DELIVERED- Phone 721

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