The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 14, 1947
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1- Vt"* ' ? FACE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, J.IAY 14, 1947_' five Arrested for Robberies * \ * ' " * Officers in Molvern Nab Quintet Credited With Dozen Crimes MALVERN, Art, May U. CUP) — foot tmi-age youths and their «-ye«r-<ild leader were In jail here >4Mtey at the end of ft haphazard %nr of the United States punc- ' tinted'with a dozan robberies whlcli detted 11,1*1. ; The three bojs ami two girls, U- ten into custody yesterday, were Ktantifled by state police as Eugcii «Wbreath, 21, Jim R. Doyle, 16, an. fall H. Burdicit, 10. nil of Detroit Mich.; Dorothy Mannahan. 19, o Chicago, and Betty Jean Isenhour fe. of Springfield, III. • Police found three pistols ami hl*h-powered. rifle in the stole Officers quoted the group ' admitting homing up service sta- Governor Soys Rcrfe Decision To Aid South LITTLE HOCK, May f H. (UP) — Gov. Ben Lancy to<l.\y linllcd n U. S. Supreme Court decision upholding lower fielBlit rates in liiu South sis a trend towiini wiping out "sectional favoritism." Tlio decision, said the Bovc-'iior. is Hie beginning of ;i muvu to plncc Southern Industry mi an equal basis with Industry In the Northnust. "The Sonlli has never requested an advantage i" freigh; ra">s—we have wanted only cqunltznliou. I believe thai Hie jlny ol special privilege n«d favorllism ought to b? ;i tlilnc of the i»sl." Umey saltl. The 1 to 2 decision Monday upiiek an Intel-stale Comnieica Cciiinils- 8ion order for a 10 per ecu I, I" crease In certain rated tn the Nmlli- cast mid a 10 per cent, decrease ii the South. It followed a r.roloin'K fight which began In 1020 with th lotion Carnival Crowds To See Sub Take a Dive In the Muddy Mississippi MEMPHIS, rcnn., May 14. (UP' iki£,iyii in*', i»-' ' . jor $j, LJr. n. n. itijiwi •^o.ou, rvillEl- —The U. S. S. Conger, one 01 lilt e) . 1||C T1 i O i npso n »5, Balluv Tnrplcy Navy's newest submarines, ll c rc «' j 2i nu( j Wilson $50, Cllflorcl Wnt- wrtlc4l>ale In the Mcmnlils "> '.» kins $10, V. J. Wolf $5, Frank .J. larnlval, will make an exhibition Wtt( , ll( , r $IO Marlon Williams 550 iJi£, uw"-t> "r* , •uns at 'Hope and Arkadelphla, Ark., which netted them $102 and Jd to their arrest. i Galbreath, considered by ArKansas tiplice as leader of the gang, said tie tour started when !>e was employed to drive a used car from " campaign of the Greater Lltllc U'jcl, Chamber of Commerce. Noel Short $5, Raymond Soluriuck $25, M. L. SunwnN »5, Gcoigo S-.ili- I ba, Jr. $20.25, R. D. .Turner $25, James Terry $50, Tcrrv Abstract and E. M. Terry $50, Robert, Taylor $3, Harmon Taylor $10, J. M. Tay- )br $5, Dr. H. A. Taylor $M.<JO, Kulli- livo In inovrow. 'tlic Mississippi R'ver to- JHUW. . N .. The 300-foot undersea fighte/ will have 100 invited guests aboard when it makes Hie dive. SCHOOL FUND Two brothers. Mike and E° Giivhark, American league basebal catchers, had identical batting averages in 1!M4. Detroit dealer to a Los Angeles, Calif., customer last April 1. t ' T- He said he picked up Doyle and wholcsu i c food prices in Burdick and robbed n Detroit service station Ware starlini! the Uip. nine months. Continued rrum 1'age 1. $5 Hoone Cleaners 530, V/ushcr- clte $10. William JJiiiiistcr $7.50. Kaymniul O. Delkir.^.1 $7.l>5, Kllwi- bclh Hlythe $10. KUIIIC.I: BroBden SU, C. S. liuggeU $(!^. A,v>iiyinoH,i $170.20, Ulillc Bclcw S5, Hoy E. IJaker *J, W. lj. Burnhain $5, j'ulni U. Burnett $20. Mrs. A. M. 'Bull ?50, Mrs. J. O. lionrliind $50. N. 11. IJI»; S.>, Bvt-'hl & Bnkcr $5. Moss Bryan $11! Tim Brccden S5. Uick Urown S5, Win B. Byrd $1, I'Ved Bojct-l S10 Andy Blaneliard $5. Curl Bryant Southern Auto $15. Cnldwcll lleaulj Shop $10, Marvin C. CrlUeiulaii $10 . P u Cooky v^o. vV. II. C.impbel , $50, Mr. Curler, Coca-Cilia $5, Arils tlie next. B _ Christian'$5. O..M. ChrlslUn $5 Mrs. Allan Walton $10. G. T. Wicker $5, Jesse Webb $91.27, Mlllon Webb $10, Clarence Webb *1C, Loy Welch 25. C. H. Wallace $10. Wonder City afc f5, Mary Wright $1. Floyd White $50, M. Webb $50, Tom Xuncs it), Morris Zcllner $50. J. II. Folcy $5, Eniesi Plagg $5 oel Francis $5, Frank A. Grecr 025 Mrs. Genildine Green ^5, H. M. Clarici S5, f n ellx Gregg $5, T. E. Hal er $22, Eugene Hood $5, Mrs. An- 1CC &t'^Llull. yvivji^ u~.-- ^ In their rambling swing across the country and back again, they committed other robberies at Marion, fed., Ontario, Calif., Haydm, Colo, the same 'station at Marion, Hid., •gain, Witchita, Kan., the same date at Haydcn, Colo., again, Wich- iia Palls. Tex., Tahoka, Okla. Clovis. N. Mcx, Hope and Arkadclplna, ^"riicy abandoned the first car and • itolc" another in Salt Lake Oily. '- The boys picked up. Hie hilcli- tiiking' airls : at Hopkinsville, Ky. Expert Sees Food i»riceCutof25pct. In Next 9 Months 'rwASHINGTOST, May H._ <UP)-John L. Hennessy,-board cnairnvm 5l the Slutlcr Hotels, yesterday predicted a 25 per cent drop Sucli a drop, he said, would permit his hotels to cul meal prices up to 15 per cent. Hcnncssy. u food expert anil a special consultant to the War Department on army messes, said nl n press conference that pork and beef will come down soon. He sni'-l poultry shortly will be "staulH/.cd" but lamb w!l! stay about where 11 is now. Citrus fruit prices will decline, he predicted. Jenness ysaid sugar rationing should be extended from the present expiration date of Oct. 31 to July 1, 1948. The sugar'price woulc Jump lo 30 cento a pound. H controls were lilled before then, Hcn- ncssy said, Mr and Mrs. Oakley Cunur.inss $Hi 15111 Critchfieid $5, J. E. Curler $2 J. C. Drokc S^5, W. L,. Davis $25 James C. Davis $2.50. . Farmer England $50, John hlllol $5 Marcus Evrnrd $10, CuuC-y Kalxj $5. Tim Estes $10. Anonymous S25 S C. Owens $50, Lenn Ocnmn« 510 ' lie Holt S5, J. T. IlushJS $11, H. D. Isilford $5, 1), L. Halsload $5, Olin Hiirrlsoii $00, A. O. Hudson $50. O. N, Hawkins $:l), Iwyle licn- di'i-sun $15, Hay Hall S20, Tom W, Jackson $25. H. A. Jones S10. Juan Ice's licauly Sliop $5. SBlgburt Jie- d(.l $20. Lloyd Kolwv.'K SO, Myile Kymcs $2, Don iMlx $10, W. C. Ling Grocery $25, J. D. Lmisfo:d S10. Glenn Liulif $10, Mr. and Mrs. John Lum $25. Ixiiiis I-ansky $50. Wanda Mcllride ^2, Georoo L MuhSlO, llarvey Moms $25, Mur- ioii McClanahiin $5, Hill Malli $8.10, Clay Medlin $5, K H. Mn:<jn SKI, Mrs. Mury McCaughcy $5, Johnny Murr $10, iioyco Moore $25, W. M. McKenxie $10, Jne Mc- Clui'o $5, Tliad W. Nlcol $20, Charles 11. »N'e ,vcom)> 525, Mrs. Roy Ni'lson $!'J.»0, NkKlu Ov.iiul $2'i.-15, 'Li'imard Oldham S5. Observe Anniversary * U. S. 'Petticoat Army' WASHINGTON, May 14. (UP) — WACs at home and abroad today celebrated the _fifth birthday of America's petticoat army." There arc 5,517 women soldiers in the American army today. Some 2,000 of them serve with occupation forces in Germany and Austria, 150 In Italy, 700 in Japan, 300 In Panama and five in Korea. The rest arc stationed in Die U. S. Legislation is now before Congress to make the WAC a permanent part ot the peacetime army and reserves. Hospital Operators To Discuss Insurance LITTLE ROCK, Ark, May' !•*• (UP)—Approximately 85 hospitals will be represented here tomorrow for the opening day of the l 1 "' 1 anrnJal convention of Ihe Arkansas Hospital Association. At the top of the business agenda Is the selection of an insurance firm to handle a proposed pre-pald insurance program in this slate. Moody Moore of Llille Rock is president-elect of the association, I and will be Installed at a final meeting on Friday. Read Courier News Want Ada. Panama Hats Cleaned & Reblockcd The Johns Shop 503 W. Main H1ERE MUST BE A REASON WHY IT'S THE MlD-SOUTHlS LARGEST IISAI-I. VEGETABLE Jim O'Biinnon $5, J. O. O'Stocn 812(50, Pill. O'Biyant $27. C R. Pcnn $50. CIro Pope S15, Delia Piirtle $20, Mrs. W. D. Pierce $5, M. L, Parni^i 1 S5, GcoviTC D. Pollack. Jr. $20. Ernest Roc $!0, Mnrvin $5. Red Hall IW^~' Sl'oii S30. I. Rosentliiil, Inc. SSO. Hnymwul Smith $25, H. O. Slnnhnrd S5. Jolly Sparks $5,'L>ivF.-D. Smilii S25. Ui. J. A. Snliba S2S, Joliu Sparks $1.20 DON EDWARDS;, -The lift writer Man' / | ROYAL, SMITH. COBONA Md BEMINGTON PORTABLE 110 N. SECOND ST. PHONE S383 (Ererr Transi.rtlon ; MnBT BE BATIgFAOTOB'g) See Jimmie First USED ICE BOXES! At Only $19.95 and $22.95 Other Items Priced to Sell at Our Store Metal Porch Chairs ----- $4.95 up Metal Settees -------- $14.95 Porch Rugs, 6x9 - - - ^ ovn $ ?4 Solid Oak Swings ------- $6.95 Few left; red, blue or green. Glider Cushions - - - - Set of 6 $19.95 Taylor Tot -------- $7.95 -Power Mower - -. - - Make Us a Price!!! 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