The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1947 · Page 15
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, May 13, 1947
Page:
Page 15
Start Free Trial
Cancel

BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1947 : Trips on President's Calendar lit in Election ; Conservative Parly ; |n Britain Seeks • • To Regain Controls <VMDON, May 13. (OP) — Britain'* Conservative Parly, with an •ye oo the next general elections, announced today that It was cm- hufclnc Bunder the leadership of Wtatoa Churchill on a campaign t* wrest control from the Labor- ttec. 'letting forth a new industrial conservative leader, R. A. por^r, B conservative IKIUIM, it. «• Batter, told the press that Church- Pi wa» "just about as tough today u he's ever been in his life, and we anticipate no change in l>i»'ty toidershlp." Butter said that if « .general ele<iion »ere held tomorrow-, the Conservatives probably would most of the 100 or so border seals in Commons. The Laborites, Butler tawt doing most of the lalkin shwe the end of Hie war, but now on the Conservatives .propose to make themselves heard. '< Explaining the statement on con• ajmatlve Industrial, policy. But t r (*Jd: T ^ '.'.'.' I."The Conservatives arc "devoted adherents" of solidarity of the ig nations, nixliRTo.w Britain's • future depends on •-American icooperalions. ie~ U- S must accept' rcspnn- as a leader of world trade. "America must behave as Britain •4 »hen we controlled world trade " " fc-Tfie conservatives have no f- l»l««olicy regarding anolher loan fr»i« the-United Slalcs. "We must McLaughlin AsksTranstcr Of Cases to U. S; Court LITTLE ROOK. 'Ark., May" 13. (UP)—Henry Donham, Little Rock atlorney, said todayihe planned to ask Federal Judge John E. Miller to lake Jurisdiction In the bribery ease against ex-mayor Leo P. Me- Laughlln of Hot Springs. • i The 15 charges of bribery and non-leasauce In office were returned in Indictments by a Special Garland county Grand jury. Special Judge Maupln Cum- 1 tilings of Fayelteville Saturday dented a motion by McLaughlln's attorneys to transfer the trial to Federal Court from Garland Circuit Court where Itr was scheduled originally to be tried- The special judge earlier had dented a motion to quash the indictments, and the Arkansas Bu- premi! Court upheld the .ruling. Tlic arguments were that the r'eg- ar grand jury was not legally cm- nelcd, and that the special and 'jury was "packed" with owed McLaughlin enemies. Elephants do not drink through eh- trunks. Babies Get New Sh' " Mup shows President Truman's tentative summer travel schedule, which is contingent on official business at home mid foreign developments. On his Might to Alaska and Ihc 1'adllc northwest, lie cxpccls to use rv new. bigger, more luxurious "Sacred Cow" plane thai will travel 100 miles per hour faster than his present one. Doctor Says Bearing Babies Does Not Harm Mother's _,»ie-Unit- ...... f try to get solved as many o\ nif-'own problems as possible in o»r-"own-way." i>The> would not. de-nationalize •»«ythlng mimedlateiy, because ilut- would upset British'economy, tal ire "dead set" against ntillonal- kavUon of iron and slccl, land, tho Industry nnd gas. and Guard Officers Discuss Encampment l^fTLE ROCK, Ark., May 13 (UP)—Officers from Fourth Arm Heidguartcrs will meet at Cam Robinson with stale National Guav officers May 20 and discuss detail tl the Summer cncampriient. , . 8Ute Adjutant Ocn. Heber McAiister said that 10 army of! eera will make the trip by air. The will discuss supplies and the are of the camp to be used. More thn J.POO men are expected to the* encampment Ai'g : ' 3-17. • '.McAlister also announced a Jogistic team trom the Nation Guud Bureau in Washington w tli BY- HAKMAN' W.-NICHOLS Unilcil Press SUIT Correspondent Chicnso, Miiy 13.—A country doc- or snid today Unit a woman can live as many children as she ants without injuring her health. As a matter of fact, he said, p.vins babies is a healthy occupa- ion. Dr. Ernest E. Davis, in saying so. new full well he was slicking out lis professional neck in a speecl: eforc the 107th annual meeting of he Illinois State Medical Society I ciiiuql sp-'ak Tor all doctors of course," Davis said. "Bui at toast that lias been experience. I can name ' at le.is line women who have born 12 o nore children and arc exceedingly well.. I have never in all my yours Country women are/ :i lot moi icnlthy than their city sisters, 1 said. NOTICE' OF FILING OF AI'l'l- CATION FOR LIQUOR I'ERMl Notice is hereby Riven that t uiicicr.sigr.cd has filed with I Commissioner .of Revenues of t Slate of Arkansas for permit to s be' here May 21. Unit commandcro being invited for a discussion of • National Guard transportation fit TRUTH ABOUT ^•J>MM M ma*:am>^BaVBaaa\ AA aK of practice known a case of serious lllncs due lo bearing several children." Davis came to the meeting from Avon, ill., (pop. 8CO). He was lakinp; slmrp issue with rv rioclor who wasn't there. Dr. N J. Easlman of .Baltimore rcc'cnllj recommended that women l>c llm- . itcd to a maximum of elslH clill- ! riven as a means of reducing ina- ernal inoiiallly. Eastman, Davl s said, maintain lint a woman should be In per feet health at the lime of concep .ion. The Baltimore specialist »r Hint if Ihal were true woulc liavc a 25 per cent reduction i mr.tcrnal deaths. Dr. Davis disagreed. "Good licalth," he said, "is fine thing. But the real clango: dispense vinous or sflirituo liquors for beverage at retail the premises described as The Li lie Shop. Hotel Noble Bldg. Bros way &. Walnut, Blytliovilic, Arknn- sus. lApnllciiliou Is for permit- to be issued for operation bCBinninK on the 1st day of July, 1041. and to X'lirc on the 30lh day of June, 018. The Little Shop Jesse F. Slltt, manager 6-13 NOTICE , Nollce is hereby cvicn that the | .idcrsiKiicd will within tlie time xed by law apply to the Cominis- oncr of Revenues of the State 'if .rkansas for a permit to sell beer I retail at 452 W. Ash, One Min- tc Cafe. Blytheville, Arkansas,Mis- issippl County. The undersigned slates' that he s a citizen ol Arkansas, of good noral character, that he ha s never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude: that no license to sell beer jy the undersigned lias been revoked within five years last past; 1 that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other sliite, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. K. S. RO3SIE Subscribed and sworn to befori me this 12lh day of May, 1947. ' Elizabeth Mason (SEAL) -Notary publi'; My Commission expires 4-28-50. Aissco Draft toards A and B ToClosc May 23 Liquidation of selective service boards In Bltheville will be coin- id by May 23, It was announced *lay by Roy Walton, head ol llytlievllle local boards A and B. Mr. Walton stated trial lie had ecelved orders from the stale dl- ector'.s office 1" Little Rock, that all records of tlic local boards are o be shipped to the Office of, Se- cctlve Service Records in Liltle Rock by May 23. Bolh Blythcville boards have been on i stand-by status sine* March 31, when selective service was killed by congressional action," he said. E. L Compere, state director, announced that 33 of the 94 local boards in Arkansas are already osed with the remaining 61 boards be closed by June 1. LMaU * Lent Dfctaoec Mtrtol PnaprtMl Halp aa« ««alpat*a4. aaataly l^aarad fHalran* HJ an4 Ulaa. BOTIM. •MM Mrrloa k ln-to ••. Fao» 1801 . nt* revralod Sr rcMnt medi- . Oof out of ««rr thrcp r/Mplo - , found to bo » Victim at n lrh without-sujpcclins It} _^ r Infection, can cause real I if necleeted. teh for th« ^rannurc «Isns that Hi-Fin-Worma—<*i>mi«ll y J lie aij- -™r—,JT-r«cU] l«h.'.C<*.JAW'* P 1* 53Hsfc*r«T4--! > [W.-i. ».:picdic«jly ««."n.l AaaatdMt baaed'on an bflStiAlly Tnotiniua i_J hiiUr «ff*eUvS^druc'-'clcmiiit. Tl>« Zaad. cur-to-UVe P-W tablets work in rt L^i-1 va y to icmovu Pill-Worms easily aMaafetr. 33 your dmrctsl: f-W for r-n-Worinal With of a these joyous shouls Jup youngsters in a Tokyo schuol luiil arrival shipment of shoes for distribution to puijils. They prefer hipme western-style shoes to the traditional wooden clogs, worn by Nipponese children for centuries. Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Savings Low Net Cost Protection For .Service W. L. TAMKE 408 K. Davis SI., P. O. Bin *31 Phone 2487 Blythcvillc, Ark 6et Welcome Relief FromStonuchGiJ, Sour Food Taste Do you i«l bloaUd and ml»*r»bl«' ev*ry mtal? K ao, here U bow ' rid joutMlf of tbla nervoua Thousand* have found It the way to 6« well, cheerful and happy ft* 1 ?- „ Everytlme food «nt«r» the itomach a\ *ltal gastric Juice muat flow normally to break-up certain food particle.: «!•? «>• rood may ferment. Sour rood, acid Indigestion and gai frequently ca\u« a morbid, touchy, rretiul, peevlah. neryoua condition, low of appetite, underweight, restless sleep, weakness. To get real relief you must Increaas the flow of this vital gaatrlc lulce. Medical authorities, In Independent laboratory tests on human stomachs, have by positive proof shown that 5S8 Tonic Is amazingly effective In Increasing this flow when It Is too little or scanty due to a non-organic stomach disturbance. This 1s due to the 8SS Tonic formula which contains special and potent activating Ingredients. Also. SSS Tonic helps build-up non- OTganlc, weak, watecy blood In nuurl- tlonal anemia—so with a good flow of this gastric digestive Juice, plus rlchred- lilood you should eat better, sleep better, fee! better, work better, play better. Avoid punishing yourself with overdoses of soda and other alkalize™ to counteract eas and bloating when what you so dearly need Is SSS Tonic to help you digest food for body strength and repair. Don't wait! Join tht host of happy people 888 Tonic has helped. Millions of bottles sold. Get a bottle of SSS Tonic from your drug store today. 833 Tonic helps Build sturdy Health. NOTICE Notice is hereby .ulvori thai the mdcrsigncd will willitn the time ixcd by law apply to t.hc Commis- stonc-r nf Ucvcnues of the State of Arkansas for n permit to ECU beer it rcl.nl! at Hotel Noble, Broadway and Wahmt St.. Blylhcvillc, Arkansas. Mississippi County. The undersigned slates that bo is n citixen of Arkansas, of good moral character, thai lie has ncv. been convicted of n felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; thai no license to sell bc'er by the undersigned has been revoked within five yenr s last past; nnd NOTICE Notice is hereby given that 111 undersigned will within the time fixcil by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas fnr a permit to. sell beer at retail at 103 W. Main St., Bly- thcvillc, A r k iv n s a:», Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citiron of Arkansas, ol goo'd moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five ynrs Inst plist; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or 11117 other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. G. G. SALTBA, Jr. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12lh day of May, 1947. Elizabeth Mason (SPAt,) Notary Public My Commission expires 4-28-50. In both maternal and infant mor-, that the undersigned lias never talily comes nl the end more than. been convicted of violating the laws of ty i at the start. "The responsibility ot this condition rests with the physician delivering the baby. Hope for improvement lies with better obstetrics by " the.• Soncral 'practitioner, .since all Infant's ain't ,bu,*orn in m'odcrii '"hospitals with n specialist in charge." Having babies in Ihc country "> best anyway, Dr. Davis snid. this stale, or any, .other slate, relating to the sale? 'ol alcoholic linuors. HOTEL NOBLE Jessco F. SltU, Mgr. Subscribed and swprii to before me.this Bth day of M*iyr,1947. ..''-• Max B. Reid (SEAL) Noltiry Public My Commission expires Feb. 10, !B49. WORN WARTIME TIRES ARE NOT SAFE FOR HOT SUMMER DRIVING DON'T TAKE A CHANCt mm We will pay top prices for the unused mileage in your old tires ...TRADE THEM IN NOW Equip your car with extra safe/ longer wearing, high mileage THOROBREDSxf Practical, low-cost, ill• teel buildings. Ea»y to erect; will not *a$, warp or rot. Permanent, fire •afe construction. Call today for lull details. UTILITY 1UIIDIN6 j IAIN • CARACt * OFFICI \ SUHMIR <AMT * STORAKf f TOOlSHOP-MANUrAOUKWC f ^33 Homi r NEW TUBES PROTECT NEW TIRES. Buy th« amazing new Thorobred Butyl tubes. Hold air many times longer than ordinary rubber lubts. A DATE WITH DAYTON AT T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. tow-cosr, AU^nii The B a k cr Implement CompaTiy, Kcnnctt, Missouri, is now erecting Uic famous Quonsct i\ll-slcol buikliug Cor the Hayes Im- pleme.nt v Company at the casl ciul of Walnut Street in Blythevillc. Call or \vrilu the Baker Implement Company, Kcn- nelt, Jlisso'.iri, for information regarding Quouscts BAKER IMPLEMENT COMPANY Kcnnctt, Missouri 121 E. Main Phone 2122 Those ctifls llint beautify licr locks Came from a bemily parlor's sliclj; She blushes from n /Jl/Ie box, And paints a smile to suit herself; Her eyes are warm, awl gay, and blue- She puts her lashes on will!glue! YES American women spend lots of time-and light a loo-waft bulb for 3 hours. It will bring _ _ _ .T r . l- _... . • i f__ .* billions of dollars a year —improving on nature. And the results arc easy on tlic eye. It's a fact iliat American women spend more money each year for beauty aids llian they spend for the electric service that mates their homes so comfortable. Now this doesn't mean women arc cosmetic-crazy. Not at all! It merely proves that electricity docs a lol for a little! Every penny in your electrical budget buys you plenty of dependable, labor-saving service. It will I*-, f.... Km .Mric M*.-*. HOW Of CHAW*. *~ln WO KM, »T, Ott. you the finest radio entertainment for an entire evening. It can swish the dirt from 3 large lubfuls of washing —give you the correct time for 4 days — run your refrigerator for 5 hours! Yes, electricity docs many, many more chores for the average home than it did 20 years ago —but it does twice as much for the money as it did then! And how dependable,it is! What other item in your household budget gives you so much for so little? M-MOPOWERCO. __ Your husiness-manascd electric company

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free