The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 14, 1947
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, MAY M, 1947 BLYTIIEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Board Gets Finance Report Committees Named, To Carry Out Plans For Year's Activities •Appointments of Ulyllievillo "Y" convinces to serve for Hie coming ycanww a monthly financiiU statement ^Vving tluil the "Y" is Mill operating within its 1011 budget were disclosed yesterday afternoon by General Secretary J. 1>. dar- rott. Tlie treasurer's report, for last month .shows that the "Y' p had on haml us of A»:ril '30 funds totaling $4li8.21 inchidinj; a balance for April of $1737.71. Since the first ol the year, the "Y" ha s acquired $7475.48 und has entailed t.\;:oiidimre6 tutaliiiK $3-!5t.5'J Tor the first (jUiirtcr. The "Y ' is operatiiiB this year on 11 budget, set at $11,5CO. 'Receipts for .April were S21S.B1 as compared to expenditures of $841.44. Expenditures usually exceed receipts dm'ins most months after the annual "Y" financial campaign is finished, it, was pointed nut. This statement \va s submitted and eommitteemen named at the May meeting of tlie "Y" Board of Director:, Monday nisht in the "Y" rooms in City Hall with Chairman Alvin Huffman Jr, presiding. The following appointments were made: Finance Committee — Kendall lieiry, chai. .--. -.n; Heimon Carlton, J. I,. Gunn, P. I). 'Foster, Rosco Graf ton, James Terry, A.^R. Wel- Southeastern Greyhound Drivers to Get Pay Hike LEXINGTON, Ky,. May 14. <Ul») —The approximately 3,000 employes of Southeastern Greyhound bus lines In fire states will receive wage increases as a result of a new contract, between the company and the Amalgamated Street Railway aim Motor Coach .Operators (APL) union, It was announced today. 'Richmond Goodrick, commissioner for tlie U. S. Labor Conciliation Service, announced Into yesterday a new contract had been sighed, replacing Hie one which expired May 1, ami affecting drivers, maiu- iennnce men and garage, station and depot employes in Kentucky. Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and Florida. Goodrick said the amount of Increases would not be disclosed "un- il nil concerned are notified." Goodrick said the amount of In Arkansas Needs Workers LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 14. (UP)—Numerous Job openings In professional, technical and skilled positions In the Little Rock nreii today were announced by the Employment Security Division office. State Administrator purifoy Gill said that demands were heavy for highly-skilled carpenters, electricians, bricklayers, plumbers,, qualified stenographers and clerk-typists, body and fender repairmen ind specialized mechanics of nil kinds. •, . A division report showed that in- for tod ness sake HunKo COOKING FAT Je'stiJonderfttl! cnkamp ami Mrs. W. L. Homer. Property Committee --Oncar Alexinder. chairman; Wilson Henry, [arvey -Morris, J. \V. Adams and Ed Ferguson.* Personnel — Ros s Stevens, chairman; Jack Thro, the Rev. R. S. Baird. the Rev. E. C. Brown and O. E.* Program—J. W. Adams, chairman; Mrs. Marvin Crittenden, J. L. Gunn, Wilson (Henry and the Rev. Allen D. Stewart." Hoys Work Committee — \I. L, Gunn, chairman; R. A. Nelson. James Terry, Jerry (Poc and the Rev. H. T. Kicld." Girls Work—Mrs. Marvin Crittenden. chairman; .Miss Winnie Turner, Mrs. Roland Green and Mrs. Glenn O. Ladcl.. Public Relations—The Rev. R. S BairJ, chairman; Kendall Berry Jack Thro, George Stilwell and James L. Vcrhoeff.* Membership — The Rev. E. C Brown, chairman; Mrs. Rolant Green, p. D. Poster. R. A. Nclsor and Dr. Alfred Vise.* (•Indicates eommitteemen no! members of the Board.) The attendance report for -Apri showed that a total of 47 sessions of regular and special "Y" activities were held and that 3111 members participated in them or used "Y" facilities. Since one member may be recorded as participating iu several activities this figure is not indicative of actual membership. dustrial employment comprised of Pulaskl the area, and Saline countie.s, still stood at 68,100 nt the end of April, a fioiirc similar lo the March level. 'Gill predicted that lliere would be no marked change employment In the urea duriiii: Ihe next four months, but thul gains up lo 760 would be noticed by August. Construction employment remain- high level, although Ihc ed at pace In residential building has slackened. This, Gill suld, is due chiefly to buyers' resistance lo high prices. Comnirecial buildint, has been stepped up, and If l"e- buildiiiE schedules arc main- ealcd. As for unemployment, Iho total Hi the area In April WHS 7,100. n ilight Increase over one inontli ago. That fiyure was predicted to rise slightly because of school-line workers I hat, will seek jobs during the Summer. I'he 'American ivory-billed woodpecker i s on the very vi'rgt! of ex- linctlon. Only about two dozen birds ure believed to exist today. Livestock PAGE THKEE Governor Pays Off for Overtime Parking in His Old Home Town •MTIU: HOCK, May II. (Ul>)- Clox. lien I.aiwy smd today that he piiid off after rcccivln,', a piirkhu', ticket in his hometown of Canulen yesterday, .'fli^ K ovcrnor ivceivetl the ticket for jwrKlni; longer tliiin 00 minutes in front, of the Unity building. The fee was $1 ST. LOUIS NATIONAL Y'.VIiDS, III., May 14. (UP) — IUSUA).- Livestock: Hogs 0.000; nil salable; uneven; wcijjhts under 240 Ibs steady to 25c higher; heavier wei;:hl.s 25 to 5'Jc lilRlicr. Saw-, steady to 50o higher. ICO lo 40 Ibs 24r>0 to 24.75; lop 24.15; 250 to 270 Ibs 24 OD lo 2-I.5U; 170 to 300 1'JS 2U25 lo 24.03; ]3[) to 150 Ihs 1253 lo 2400; 273 lo 300 Ills J325 to 21.00; 130 lo 150 Ibs 22.53 to 24.25; 100 lo 120 llj |>I';S 13.53 to 21.75; good 270 to COO Ib sows lil.OJ to 2053; heavier welKhls 18CO to n.OO; stags 15.CO to 17.00. Cattle 3.330; salable 2,500; calves 1.200 all soluble; moderate lo light tallied, an over-all increase may effected by July, the report supply of cattle opening steady with Tuesday. About 30 loads of steers offered with cows about W per cent of receipts. A few medium 'to Kooil steers 22.00 lo 24.15; some held higher; iiood to low he! choice heifeiv and mixed yearlings increases would not be disclosed "until all concerned are notiiicd." Too Late to Classify For Safe 2'2.CO lo 24.CO: medium to low good. 18.5D to il.oU; jioml rows 1H.CO to 19.03; common and medium beef cows 15.00 to 17.fO; canncrs nml cutters 10.50 to 14.50. TO CASK •I room residence, 1 acre n^nBuJBOR SORFNCSS ground adorning city Km- ^'g^iY.«« »{£ its. Trice >«J,ll>lM)l). ICimS. ilH W holo.somo mUisuitLics and nii- H (' Campbell 1205 2ml t»rc aiding modicntlon. Nothing else »». v>-~ r- |- * 4 L- 17 "*° '*•—HothiiiK so comforting—or St. *> *'* CK l t pleasant for exLerimlly caused skin troubles. 30e, Get a. package today. i'.Ull) OK 'I'lliVN'KS We wLvli to tliank each .ir.d everyone win) expressed (heir nympalhy (lurlni; ilu> sorrow and loss of our loved on,., a | 5 muleiii^y acknowledged and deeply ,i;)picelalcd. W'j ni'vi'i forgel anyone for Iho will comfort you g,i ve us; .ilso, the Iwati- 'r ,t fiimlly tlful llnurrs. * Mrs. J. W. Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP ZELLNER'S __-s r ^^ —— tAn til KAAfR.1 202 W. MAIN . Blytheuille, Arkansas At DREIFU5 ,1 wca' il? Hiioi/g^ Ihe vi Ihol il il o lic,b,pgci ol goo Si<x>« oi ycxn bi,lh mo^ts. If yoy o,c Mo/* <hild ... ITic Emfiald >1 yow gk>«ing symbol of good lutk. BIRTHSTONE RINGS Open an account TAY AS IOW AS *1.25 A WIKK * . . . ijgged. maiiiye cri • • -1OV yellow gold. Aoreol v-'.- ' ,. 1 Room residence, close in. Suitahle for rooming house. H C. Campbell, 120 So. 2nd. St. 5 11 ck 17 Wont to Keep Healthy? urkl-ll I,,III' 11,,' M.ul.l I 'junlitli's »r T«Vo knttivn h,.iillk(, In yui VurH^i lli;Vii» I'ik riuir »>'«ii'in. ruliuv hir trim ami ,,„! like lu-w iiB^lii. I), ("r n .Inlim.,II I,, Ini; WII.T In ilin UJllHll cx|M'lmi toul i Tlieio I,nll» over fi.r ll.oir ., iiuw nvnl1»l)l« In nljlli'.vlll". liii|il\TlLU-B r/nlil lllirLllH. 1ILIISCII- nml niAku ynii l 'Irl.iy. mil at You'll lin li'»l- onlvr at vorjr Artie's Beauty Shop U13 Korlli Hoconit 8lri'«l I'liuni) IIHU Have Suburban (irr.ccry. Uuy stock, rcni Imildin},'. II. C. Campbellj phone 440 or 25)30. 5 11 ck 17 For fiuick Hiilc, 20 acres one mile soulh of town. Well located oast of Highway 61. Good productive soil and'fi room residence, tenant house and barn. Other out buildings. Good sodded pasture. Owner leaving. Priced to sell. Will carry good loan. 5, 10 or 15 acre tracts of land on Highway 61 South. l'/j miles South of town. Good buiMing site. If interested, sec or call Luther Gray, Realtor. Phone 513. Bert Ross, salesman. I'honc 3508. Office with Marion Williams Ins. Agency, 115 South 3rd St. I'honc 2751. 5 14 ck 17 THURSDAY FRIDAY. SATURDAY O N IY tVERY ITEM SHARP LY EDOUj -**ii-.> NO MAIl OR PHONE ORDERS. QUANTITIES LIMITED HURRY Baby Chicks escape coecidi- osiis if they get Coxitrol in time; AAA U'to Uie-hiash. Costs''-</, to'i cent-a chickj Coxitrol reduces losses if given after chicks have come down with the disease. We have Coxitrol, ii Dr. Hess product. Woods? Drug Store, 221 W. Main. Phone 507. 5 14 ck 17 {.Yr.clM'U-'i lalil., nivor. "Xiicturni' 1 ' il' 1 - i-ii;ti. Ufh-OI. i^Ji.lX,. .N'ict- ki,,,|psnl,,, lin lh« liriilr. Mrs. l.vim Vlillliiis. )!l.vlli«- vllk- tj'oiii],rcss Oi.. Htinsi, t':\v. «K. 130 East Davis." Wanted City Property: We have Home buj'crs for choice residence in IJIylhc- thevillc. and. surrotindinii- towns. Alst> for cheap houses and vacant lots. If you have any kind of property for sale, see. write or call— RIALES I.AND COMPANY Office in Hale Rldg., across from City Hall \ Phone 3322 Russell E. Uiales Ben D. Hnmncr R. M. Heck 5 14 pk 28 LADIES Do Your Wash Automatically And Save! 35c up lo !) I.bH Dry \VciRht We Furnish Soap Bleach & Itluin^ Free! THE Washerette Crosstown— Main Division THREE SIMPLE STEPS! 1. Place clothing in Bendix 2. Add soap, wail or shop 3. Take clothes home in 35 minutes. :•: Open till 9 p. m. on IMonday, Tuesday, Fridav USE OUR Pfly-as-you-drive PtAN Whatever service you need,,get it NOW—and pay for .it numthly installiiicnis! There's no need to postpone needed work because it might he inconvenient to pay for it. Let our expert mechanics—using factory-engineered parts — put your truck in "tip-top" shape. Remember—we will gladly arrange payments to suit yuttr convenience! when it's time for service... on tune... see If J t 7 S-PC. rORCELAIH- CHROME DINETTE 58.88 Wliilc porcelain cnnmcl top. . . ')|ICIIH to 40x'l5-in. villi leaves. Chairs in rcil or hi act lulificial leuthcr. Diuthevnie Molor Co. li-ticks PHONE 4-22 iulf Gas Wrecker Serricc fisk Tires Owned & Operated by Tom A. Little jr. IN JUST Factory nnrU . . . expert rcpaiuiiCiU . . . reasonable prices ami speedy service nrc four good icasons to bring your walch to us for repairs, ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTIED Tymnis lid ur.STMAIN r .T \ H HT1WV1LU, «• fllti*J*» Save- Now on Lovely 1 54-JNcTToiLClOTH* ~~ * l i Ilc^. GCc Only llircc days to save on tins liiuli-quiiHly 54* oilclnlli. wide selections of colors and patterns. 2-L1GHT FLUORESCENT REDUCED FOR 3 DAYS! 98 5?.' Adapter type . . ; fits any 4-inch holder! 20-watt •f lnill>g incluiicd! Hurry! / Sale priced 3 days only! HURRY! CUT-PRICK! 7-PC. BEVEKACE SIT Crystal-clear glass; with altractivc 'design. 80-oz. ice-lip pitcher, and six -oz, uiatcliiiig tumblerfc

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