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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 13, 1947
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BLYTHEVII,LE.,(ARK.) N.BW8-. TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1947 Tuneless Tire for Autos Gets Special Tests AKRON, O~, May 13 (UP)— The L P. ODodrleh Co., .announced U>- fcy it Jus de\ eloped a Is no» undergoing ai » taiicab tleei ana state polled J- Newman, Goodrich ent, snid the new *' r « Vk»s Mri«cted after more than thrw y«Lrs of engineering He suld it wnbtafs the safety <<alur«s ot plWftiMt-seallng innler tubes witli improved riding qualities, hie'' .bruise resistance and retains Its $500,000 Fire Hits Coney Island 43 Firemen OvcrcoMC •y Sfttolte as Flqmet Sweep Amusement Park NEW YOUK, Mny 13. (UP)—Con- M-ssicm ownc'rs estimated Die duin- age at $500,000 loclay from :i nve- alarni fire Unit burned out a squcre block of the Coney Islam! amusement section. Tiie flrc started in a nibble!) pile behind the three-story Klllsuney's Irish House nrul swe]>l the black Iwmuleil )>y Surf Avenue ami the Bowery and West 12I»> and Henderson's Walk. Such landmarks as Llie Rli.imrock .House, the Hluc Bird Casino, the Wpuderlnnd Sideshow and Harry's Poker Game as well as a half dozen one-story frame buildings housing shooting (galleries, penny arcades, phulo studio; and souvenir shops burned. . The scene was only a block from tho skeleton of Jjiuin Phrk which burned In Aimnsl, 1044, ami was swept again by lire last October. The (Ire blazed for live hours, Forly-lhrce firemen antl two civil- inns were overcome by sjiinki. The ciHisc -smoke clouds from larivau"! roofs lloaLinf; niiJe.i over Urooklyn drew a ur^wti of V5.000 to watch the flro-fightcrs. fulloe rlos(d nil exits of (he Beit Pstikwny lenri- iiui to Coney Island ami ',\vo brld|;es over Coney Island Creek, but the crowd continued lo pour in from the subway station a half-block rtway Courtroom Drama McMothWages War Against Punchboards Slim Silhouette .For mafficaily slender illusion . . . choose tin's half-size QUEEN MAKE Fashion, trimmed with white crocheted edging. i n Everfast Eriir", guaranteed washable, a crease-resistant fabric. Aqua- tone, Heaven pink, Airway blue ami jjokl . Sixes lC'Xi-2'l'X;. The New Yoric Store Nearly a Million Babies arc Born In Three Months WASHINGTON, May 13. (UP) The nation's birthrate was almos three times us high as the deat rate during the first three .month of 1&47, according to preliminar estimates of the U. s. Publi Health Service. The rcpcrf. based on regislra lions, showed that 973.COO babie were born during the first (iuai tcr. The number of deaths was cs (imatcd tit 3Bfi,.QOO, about the sani n s in the corresponding period las year. •Births during the first Hire months last year numbered G64 000. Lucille Clanton 1 , 10, left walks past her father, Llody Clanlon at Los Angeles coroner's injuest where the girl testified how she otiiul her 'mother's body in their Norwalk, Calif., home. Clanton, who gnored his young daughter ' during the imiue-r. had confessed to tie sholgun killing of his wife a few minutes alter Us occurrence. — (NBA Telcphoio). HOT SPRINGS. Ark., May 12 — Punchboards used for gambling purposes are prohibited by law and must not be displayed In Hot \ Springs or Garland County, Prose- | utlng Atty. Sidney S, McMath declared yesterday as city and county officers continued their visits to afcs and cigar stores where boards ire frequently found. "Punchboards used for purposes of gambling will be picked up, and operators of the boards will be arrested and charged with gaming,' Die prosecutor emphasized. "Any punchboard that pays money In return for a winning number comes within this category. Officers from both the city and county are in the process of notifying establishments known to be operating gambling boards. "No arrests have been made as yet. but I feel certain the l>ersoiis who are displaying these boards will stop .using them of their own accord, and \vill co-operate with authbt iliesli Slot machines arc definitely prohibited by law.' Mr. McMnlh pointed out that some of the major complaints against punchboards grows out of the ' fact that minors, especially school children, were playing them- Former Stove Plom Day Of Idleness to Observe Birthday; He W HI Be TOO T«U)., May 13.2<UP> — "Uncle" Aaron Hemphlll, Negro and one-ttflie slave, cuts grass for a living, but his lawnmower and sickle will lie idle touwrrow. "Ise not going to work tomorrow. Jse gonna celebrate," Uncle Aaron told' his customers today, I'll be ICO years old." Hofs Cleaned & Reblock^d The Johns Shop 5*3 W. Main Arkansas Soldier Killed BATESVILLE, Ark., May 13. (UP) Set. Thomas Stevens, about 28, of Pleasant Plains In Independence County, was killed accidentally at Camp Hood, Tex., Saturday, according lo word received by his mother, Mrs. W. G. Stevens of Plensnnt Plains The brief War Department mess- ace said Stevens was killed "In the service of his country." No details were given. He served In World War II mid saw overseas service. Shortly after his discharge, he re-enlisted and was In a tank corps unit. Verdict of Suicide YELLVILLE, Ark., May 13. (UP) —A coroner's jury has returned a verdict o[ sclf-innicled wounds in the death of Frank Messer, 70- year-old tenant farmer who lived four miles West of here. Candles for Europe Osceola Teacher To Retire After 47 Years Service When her resignation from the Osceola school system becomes of- iectivc June 1, Mrs. J .S. McCanls. elementary school instructor, will close a teaching career that has I covered nearly half a century. j She has tautjht 37 of those ! in Oseeoln schools and before mov- 1 ing to South -Mississippi County instructed for 10 years in Alabama schools. Except for brief periods of teaching social science in Osceula HiRh School, most of her work h;is in the seventh nnd eighth Read Courier News Want Ads. • PHILADELPHIA (UP) — Many homes in Europe will be lighted soon by two tons ol candles collected by the Council of Churches been in phllndcluhin. The caudles, new grades. and used, were sent to the church Following her resignation, Mrs. world service shipping, 'depot at McCants plans to r.cst a while and New Windsor, Md., for reshipmcnt looks forward to leading a "normal overseas. life for a change." Low Flier Draws Fine For Reckless Flight OALTjAWAY, Tcnn., May 13. (Uf —iRobcrt E. L'.ixscrly. 28, Navy ve; eran. said today that bis S10 fit for 'reckless IlyinR." the first the state, was an "unfair deal. 1 ' Lasserty was lined yesterday Magistrate A. G. Neville for flying recklessly under 500 feet. Set. P. P. Fransioli and patrolman William V. Crowe, of the State Highway Pnlrot, said they saw Lasserty (lying low. The flier denied it. but said he pleaded guilty ns an alternative lo .cosily court fight. Chief James Phelps, of the patrol's West Tennessee Division, said that "this is the first case we've hnd, nnd we hope there won't be any more hcoiuisc ..we're .trying lo stop (hem from killing themselves." Blonde Tigress Escapes But Soon is Recaptured PHOENIX, Ariz., May 13. (UP) — Winnie Ruth Judd. "blonde Tigress" convicted of the 1031 trunk murders of two women, escaped from imprisonment Sunday night for the third time in eight years but was recaptured after 12 hours of hap- baznrd wandering. Slie escaped about 10:30 Sunday from the Arizona State hospital for the Insane. Officers found her or. the outskirts of Phoe-nix. f CATALOG SALES DEPARTMENT EXQUISITE DIAMONDS and WEDDING RINGS Two British Policemen Wounded in Jerusalem JEHUSALEM, May 13 (UP) — Two British plninclolhcs policemen were shot last night On Ben Yehuda Street in Jerusalem. One was reported dying and the other seriously wounded. nir pressure. The tubeless lire, embodying rayon cord construction, will be offered for limited sale only nt this time, Newman said. FROM OUR CATALOG Our full-cut, blue- while diamonds arc ]>crfocl in nil, color; brilliance, pro- rorlion . . . 1/16 Carat up! Worth Triple Guarantee liond assures diamond weight am! qitalily, satisfaction, anil Inulc-in priiilrgf. 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