The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1946 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 26, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Radio Station's Future Debated Owners Asked Permit' To Move Station to West Memphis. , WASHINGTON, June 20. (UP)— The Hot Springs, Ark., Chamber of Commerce today refused" to abnndcn Its contention llwt ratio station KTHS should be nllovyed to move from Hot Springs to another part of the state. .The chamber formerly owned the station but sold it to Rndio liroatl- castiiix 'inc., In 1942. The present ownership Is chiefly in the huutls of John D. Ewlng, Shrcvcporl, La., newspaper publisher who also Is part owner of KWKH there. President Williiun A. Seitz o! the Hot Springs Chamber of Coni- incrce, testifying nt a Icdcrnl communications commission hearing on the details of the 1942 sales contract, called It "the best deal we 'could possibly make." He said the chamber took blfls for KTHS after being notified by the PCC that it would no longer be allowed to operate the? station. The contract provided Hint (lie buyer would ask the FCC lor ainn- ority to increase the station's power and move it out of Hot Springs. • bu l nn|, out of Arkansas. Ewlng now has applied for permission to-operate from West Memphis. Ark., on the same frequency of 1090 kilocycles with a power i>! 25 kilowatts at night and 50 kilowatts in the daytime.'He also Is asking for authority to' bulk! another station in Hot Springs I" replace KTHS. It would operate on 550 kilocycles with power on on 1 ; kilo'.vntt at night and five rlnrini; the day. Black Market Forced on ' Retailer Says CHICAGO, June 20. <UP>— Patsj D'Afjoslino, new president of the National Association of Retail Ciro- cers. said yesterday that virtually all the nation's grocers would be forced Inio the black market un*, less meat and dairy controls are lifted nflcr July 1st. D'Agostino estimated that 9fj pet- rent of livestock and dairy products already were going IhrouRlt th,; black .market. D'Agostino said members ,->f the association who have beqn dealing legitimately had indicated' they sojn would be forced into the black market "to retain the customer's >rev Walker Park Tennis Courts Ready for Play Tennis courts constructed at Walker- Park by Ihe Blytheville "Y" have been put in class condition by grading nt ihc sldrs and ends and the addition or new. concrete, it was staled yesterday \ by Russell Barham, "Y" president! "These courls arc now tlicrcinnl' of any In Ihe city," said Mr. H-ir- hain. ''And we hope the pi-oplc ul Blythevllle will use Ihem to the maximum. The cotirls have been constructed ns a part of l.lic "Y" program, of service (o the community and no fees are nil nulled to their use." An hourly schedule/ for use ol the courts Is inaiulained at the "Y" nncl reservations may be marie for any hour of the day by slat- ply calllii!; Ihe "Y". A minimum of regulations and rules have, beeo dn.wn u|i (o govern use of the courst. as follows: 1. Individuals or parties mav reserve a court for a period of one hour per day, for slni'lcs or doubles, except durlni; tush hours, when double;, only should br played. 2. Mnko reservations by telephoning the "Y". Playi'rs may use he courts without a re.-;erv:ilion nit, only wilh the iinsler.slandluj: lhal they ran be replaced b jersons having a re.'ervalion. 3. Certain hours, to |ji>. aii- lounced laler, will be reserved for lennls Instruct Eon. If you nlcresled In securing lltis insfruc- tion. notify some meiuliei- nf the •Y" staff.' Plans are being formed lor a number of tennis events Inter lit the season, Included will be a lennls tournament for Hlylhe.vilie and vicinity and probably tournaments for both boys :ind girls. Aspirants for honors should lur.ln lo lake their tennis siriniislv in preitaralion for these,'. Sally Rand Outwits Eagle-Eyed Officers On Their Third Visit UMW Organizes Mine Foremen Pay Increases May Eliminate Need for Draft \Prisori Trustee Rides Away From Tucker Farm 'WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 19-10 WASHINGTON, June 20. <U1'> — The Army and Navy today hoped that pay boosts for service personnel and new rcct'ultfng drives will eliminate any need for peacetime ill a I tini;. Congress late yslerclny cxteud- Lewis Gets Head Start in New Field For Labor Unions. WASHINGTON. June 21. (UP) — John L. Lewis has Imuu the big- C.est organizing drive among lore- men In the history of Ihe National 1 abor Helatitins Act, informed sources said" today. The United Mine Workers (API.) pruKldciu was concentrating his ft;:lU In the soft coal industry. He appeared likely lo complete It well ahead of campaigns by Ihe CIO and Independent groups anioiiL' supervisory w'orkers'ln the automobile, steel, and shipbuilding industries. Lewis gained a tactical advantage yesterday ^when the federal district court here upheld the right of ROV- einment officials to negotiate with him on wages and working condi- Inns for the coal Industry's 00.000 supervisory workers. It w:is learned that more than 200 requests for NLRII unvgnlMliiE cleclVns amoni; coal mine supervisory personnel arc IHttg prepared or already have been made. This far rxiTcd.s the number of fore- mertj elrctinns sought by the Poce- meff; v Association of America lln- depnulcnt.) in Ihe aulomoblle and •leei Industries, and Ihe CIO and AFL in sleel, automobile and shipbuilding. The l-'AA, CIO and AI-'L bids for iTTOjjnltion ns bargainlnf! aiienls for supervisory employes are Mill stalled In the . federal eonrts. The ])rlncl|)nl case Is analnsl Piurkai-d- Motor Car i Co. Milch has atic, Is the major stuinbllug refused lei harnaln with the PAA •----••• and has b('!;n charged by NLH11 with unfair labor practice. UTTI.E ROCK. June 20. (UPlT- jfilalc and city police today are sscarclihiK for Homer c. Smith. •!:'year-n| ( | convict, who escaped from j t.l»! Tutkcr Prison l''arm last nlijhl. : Siiillli was suvini; a six-year sen- i lence after bt-ini; convicted in l j u- laski Circuit Court of Brand larceny in (•i.imeution will) the theft I'M a from a fellow prisoner in the North Little ttock jail. Jiue ysieniay cxieuu- j Cupl, i.e c llenslcy, suporinteii- cd (he draft unltl March 31, 1!)17, |<irin, sulcl Smith was dolriu Irustve but ILs members, look, hoped the ''->' 0: 'k on horseback when lie rotlv> ccnscrlptlon powers would not Invi '"lo a «coded area, lie liad n 1 _ to be used. powered rifle and Hi rounds ot The draft extension bill, now on al "'nunHlon. ProsUIent Truman's desk for his action, covers childless men In ir.e lD-Uiroui;li-44 age bracket. In a companion measure, Confess authorized pay increases ol 10 to SO per cent for enlisted personnel and officers. Uoth Secretary of War PaUer- son and high-ranking naval ori'i- cers expressed hope that the nev, pay scale will altruct enough vol- unleers to mtcl nil manpower needy. To Klve Iho vcjluntary program u chance to ])rovi' Itself, bulb the Army and Navy announced a "holiday" on draft calls during July and August. Uolh services temporarily ha c i disconlinued taking dral- tecs thi;> Jitonth. ' of the u. b. Marltitne Coi.1- nissiun. Mellen was named to succeed Capl. Hdward Macauley who resigned recently. • An unUcrgi'o'tiiul (jarbngu receive.' Is now on Ihe market, says Practical Builder. Chicago, which Is ouerntcj. by a foot uedal on a level with the ground, it can be In- stalled right outside the servic entrance. Garbage and odors ar sealed tightly inside, wlille Oog freezing cold and fermenting heut are left outside. Mississippian Appointed WASHINGTON, June 2C. (UP) — Cianville Mellen, president of the C:ulf|)orl (Miss.) Port Commission lor It) years, today was nomln-.Uecl by President Trumnn to be :i mcni. Three Firemen Injured NASHVILLE, Tenn., June :!C 'UPi Firemen poked around lorl.i; In lh<>-wreckage of the upper Moor; of the Harley Holt Fitmllure Bloiv In nn cflorl to determine the causi of last ni(;ht's thiee-alann. $100.000 _fire which injured t|nce lire- men. euro si>ect." "The housewife doesn't where a grocer gets his t. D'Agostino .said. "She doesn't tell him what a swell fellow he is for not having any butler for her." Former Governor Qf. Tennessee Dies NASHVILLE. Tenn.. June "=ii. (UP)—Albert H. Roberts, 77. governor of Tennessee in 1010-31, died last night at his.home in Donelson near here after .a two-week Illness. Funeral services will be held Thursday morning j n Nashville. Governor Roberts, ' a native of Overtoil County, had been active in his private law practice until two _wecks ago. • RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Box oflice opens at 7:00; Picture (tarts at 7:15. SAN FRANCISCO, .luno 20. (UPI —Five iiolicomon KmiKi'cl up on Sally lluiHl cavly loduy In jail her for Hie third limn foi- (hinriiii; in llic nude but when six; took olT itoi nimy white dress, thny foinitl she wns biilBtnc In nn IIIRO wlinleboiu- corset. "My uttorttcy tlioimlit wo'd IIM-- ter cover up until we> tlii.-, iiiB In cowl," Klin told :m nucl!- eiicc at her thenlcr-iniMU eluh. Rustling her Rolil-cnlcinM cui'sot nml iv whltn oheinisc she wot-.; im- clcmcnlU. she snitl. "How many Limes do {lie police CXIKKI; me t':i vide In tlmt, wngon?" . Sally wns arrested first .>:trlv yes- Icrdny and npnlu lust nlslit. iil'ihe 9:M o'clock show for )n<li;mu exposure and nn indecent. pt-rl(in>i- nuec. She wns freed on SHOO hnil Ihe first lime itntl will lie aruuunrcl lodny for her sccoiul iiertora'ntiuv But police couldn't lonirh her fnr (Mis morning's peiforninnci- even though Sally's ceiinrouH ctiw.'f strnined the corset almost to tin breaking point. Navy Cruiser Leaves for Italian Port WASI1INOTON, June 26. (UP)-The Navy Department revealed yesterday that the new lii;ht cruiser USS l-'ai'iiii is en ronln Itt Trie-sle --, l-Iurtipean trouble spot whose dispr.- sitlou Is now subject of <t major debate at the HlK Pour foreign minisltns meeting In Pmls. The Navy cleelincd lo say why the Katj'o was making Hie trl]> anil •fusi'd dclalls. it also declined to say wli<i ordered the trip. Trieste, nl the head of the Aclrl- lo ai\ Italian peace treaty. Tltf Russians insist that the cilv. plus all of ils hinterlands, be ylvcn it Yugoslavia. 'The Americans :mrt British are equally insistent th.v Trieste itself, a predominantly ftnl- tan-populated city, be left Iri Italian hands. SKIN SUCCESS SOAP and OINTMENT THE BEAUTY CLINfC Marraret Deea Smith, Oimer Injram Bklf. Phone 3274 Read .Courier News Want Ads. Miss Minnie Jones Summer Classes in Piano Opening Monday, July 1, 1946 807 Chickasawba Phone 2994 Wednesday & Thursday "GOD'S COUNTRY" (Filmed in Cinerolor) with Robert Lowcry, William Farnum. Helen Gilbert, ami Busier Kca(on Paramount News and Comedy COMJXG TO THE K1T7, Saturday IHidnite, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday . Jtme 20-30, July 1-2 UTS MAKE A Call us up soon, ami let's set a day for overhauling your tractor and olUcr farm equipment. Waiting 'til the last minute is miglity dangcrou* business that miyht lead to dclayti Now'* the time to get your name oft GOT idvance service schedule. McCORMlCK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blytheviilc, Ark. IN WOMEN'S AND H»U- SIZES COOL... A ORDER This cfassfc tailored slyle will look smart and appropriate on any colton-dress occasion- Us cleanly designed lines ore slimming to oven the fullest figuie. The fabric h washable woven seersucker and comes in red, brown or blue wilh white $5.°" Women's sizes, 34 ' ^ 44, and half sizes, !6'/i 10 24!/ 2 . See ;f in the Cafa/og in the Cala/og Department or"... Ark. MONTGOMERY WARD CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Cosfi So Little" Week n.tys: Starts al 7:30 p. m. Wednesday & Thursday DOUIlI.k FKATUKE 'GOVERNMENT GIRL' wilh Sonny Tufls and Anne Shirley "GHOST CATCHERS" with Olsrn and .Tnhnsati Also SltorLs Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONEIJ Wednesday & Thursday 'Roughly Speaking' Kosalind Kiisscll, .T;irk Curson News of Ihe Hay; Also Shorts MONTGOMERY WA R D Bra is Spinner Sprinkle do the workl <" « Oiil cnci turn it on . ; . covers o >arq<? area Bumper Jacks Reduced! For cars, trucks, tractors! Double- action ratchet has self-locking fealuro. Got yours now & save! "Is all cars... adjustable v 'ion-proof brackel! Chro:r;o- Jlctcd finish. Get yours NOW! Grey paint on strong sleel; sanitary, light-filling cover. Sturdy bail handle. 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