The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1946 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 29, 1946
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SATURDAY, JUNE 2!), 1940 Child Labor Law I; Violated Enforcement Check Reveals Unusual Number of Cases. LITTLE ROCK. Ark., .June 29 (UP)—An unusual number of child labor law violations dnrin» the month ending June 25. today wrought a warning to employers in Hie state from Labor Commissioner M. E. Goss. CJoss, in ids monthly bulletin released today, said thai his mvesli- BiUors inspected 255 business es tablishmcnts and found 395 viola- labor' laws' 5 ° f " 1< '" 1 ° f "'° Chilcl The commissioner warned employers not to hire any child under H years of age, and told them u, a t no juvenile under 16 can work in a place dealing in u quo] . OUlcl . restrictions include a six-day week nnd no work for boys under 18 after 10 p. in. or girls under 18 after Labor Department investigators interviewed 582 employers and em- Mciia. Port Springtime. ployees in Atkins, Sinith. Faycltcville. Uentonville. Sheridan, Hcber Springs. Blytheville and Little Rock The report showed that 159 industrial accidents occurred duriivr the month. Department safely engineers visited 120 plants, inspected J.703 machines and ordered corrections of the following hazards- Saws and machines, 22: guards not placed, «: stairs and handrails 6" miscellaneous, 21. ' The report shows a slight decrease in number of workers employed for the week ending. May r, with a drop from .14,203 in April to •I-U47 In May. Total payroll in the stale also decreased 1.4 per cent dropping from 51,309,389 to $1,378\_812. ' ' At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. James Miller, city. Mrs. Varnal Deal. city. Mrs. E. n. Akin. Rl. i. city Mrs. L. G. Russell, city. Robert Lee Burton. Stcele. Mo. Mrs. Louise Chapman, Armorel Dismissed: Marie Koontz. Rt. 3, citv. Jimmie Kennctt. Leachville. Mrs. Joe Richardson and daii"h- te]\ city. Mrs. Harold P. Ciirtwright uto- wah. Mrs. Byron Weaver, Stcele. Mo. Mrs. E. H. Crook. Rt 2 city D. G. Gracy, city. ' - Hljthcvillc Hospital Admitted: Perry White, city. Mrs. Aubrey Bruce, rBmdclte. Mrs. C. M. Hughes, Manila. Dismissed: Mrs. Gallic Moore. Gridor Loy It. Welch, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: I. Kamor. Steclc, Mo. (' Memphis Methodist Ilostiilal Admitted: Lee Ell'is Hastings, Wilson. Mrs. Mclvin Estop, city. Tug we 11 Takes Professorship At Chicago U. WASHINGTON. June 29. (UP>- Kcxford a. Tugwell. governor of Puerto Klco, snld after n conference with President Truman todav Hint he will resign and become nrc- fessor of political science nt (lie University of Chicago on next Mon- Tugwell was one of tli= orl»ina New Deal braln-lrusters. lie has been governor of Puerto lilco foi five years. Expressmen's Strike Hits New Yorkers NEW YORK. June 29. (U.P.)- Ncw \ork further tightened Its bell locluy as the walkout of 10,000 railway express workers curtailed the rood- 0 ' fish "' ld ° tller " C1 ' lshobl = All railway and air express shipments in nnd out of New York weic stopped for the third dav as the members of the Brolhe'rhoort of Knllwny Clerks (APL) declared they would not, return to their jobs until the company changed its wurk- uifc,' rules. Thousands of suit cases and trunks were piled In railway terminals. Fifty tons of fresh fish and thousands of cases of fresh fmii.s and vegetables were in danger of spading, officials said. Officials said more than 1000000 packages a day move In'and OKI of the city, 26 per cent'of the company's national business. The Railway Express Company placed an embargo on the acceptance of express shipments to or from New York City, Long is-am, anu Hudson county. New Jersey Tlie embargo on air express liait- . 3.000 shipments a day 01 emergency drugs, machinery repair-- f fwcrs ami other special se.vlce ms, the company reported. IN THE CHANCERY COURT or MISSISSIPPI COONTY ARKANSAS * Senate Elections Committee Meets WASHINGTON, June 20. ^ TWO Senate committees' meet today to consider demands for investigations of senatorial primary elections in Mississippi and Montana. The Senate Privileges and Elec- ' ' Bo, 1 lio.ird of Directors, st Francis Lcvce DUlrlcl ,_ T,T ATMTII-I- No OU16 ------ .— II-AINTI11 H " 11 ". " •!. >n<l CorUtn ent Lands, Town j, ots Railroads, T,,n,road s ,' LI,,,,, Tclcgr.,,1, Line., nd lo .....C er Li . DEFENDANTS. ' ''" NAME' ' ' Lot Block Total Tar -5r/ r Penalty Cost To. Taj, Penalty " S ° /J'J! , * Lumber Co.'3 Tlilrd Addition lo Blythcvllle M. AlcFnrl.ind <> -I ">.. r iO ] :18 '"I 7 n „ ,.? m Additio » to BljlbKllle . II. K.iMbnrri d PI.M 5 swns .''Ada To B 'y lll " 1 »e ,,.,, HVi I.,,i 7 „„,! eges an ec- tions committee scheduled a closed meeting to hear Sen. Glen H. Taylor. D., Ida., urge an inquirv into the campaign activities of" Sen Theodore G. Bilbo D. Miss. The Senate Campaign Expenditures Committee was to hold an open session to consider an appeal from Sen. Burton K. Wheeler, D., Mont., for a checkup on tile primary situation in his state. Wheeler forwarded his request from Montana, where he is now conducting his campaign for reelection. ev Snlif,,, ,|o n 50 I ij't •'-> ' .. . n,,, ,o n 50 Huddle Heights Addition ilc.-r I'lnl "f r.-iilr I" -I 0 ;(.oo "•ill IT- l.»il i, tilxos .ind r •••I ol land nnd BlyttieYlMe 5 -IT, 4.00 >;ilisfv s«i,l .s line UL., jinrfltr i'/irri nri.I cvrry .cparnlc ,Trscri,.li,>n ul. Iraniroiitl. t,.|rgmr<li Jino hnr and power line. *s i; ri .--aifl itticrtjc, for ^hicli ^if] WI'TXKSS <:ii'l C'cturt < 1010, A. I). ! sonl i of Jui HAIIVKV MOHItIS Everyone Loves the Luxury of Fluffy Towels . . . and your Towels and Linens done the BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY way are an Inexpensive Luxury. Rich, luxuriant towels . . . sparkling linens . . . these arc the things that every woman wants in her home, and can have, if she sends her laundry to the Phone 418 and Our Driver Will Call Bits of News' Mostly Personal Mrs. j. -p. Ashley nlu | Mrs. C. 11. Bean jetl yesterday inornlni; rm- f ot Spriiii{«, where (hey will spend Ihrce weeks. Mrs. w. D. Godwin and daughter, Onll, of lllooinfic'ld. Mo -xic guests of reliiiivrs. Miss Mnry I.ynn Bran, (hiiiBhlor or Mr. and Mrs. i^ 0[ , Be:>ni ls ,„ Holly Spi'lntis, Miss., a.s the miesl of Miss 1'euKy MeCall. Miss ijciin and Miss McCnll wore students ivt Southwestern, Memphis. Mr. am) Mrs. j. a. Walker invn iclniiuul to Blythevllle iiflor ImvliiB made their | m in c f or Uio past two yenrs at I,os Angeles, Calif., and Tnc'son, Ari/.. They are now »t home at 212 South Franklin. Mrs. Wnlker also has .spent sonic time with her sister, Mrs. Joe T. irall and Mr. Hall, ul Dyer. I'enn. Mr. mil has been .seriously Marlon Handolpli Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph smith 1000 West, Ash. lias e one to Menu. Ark., where lie will be (lie [jiiest of his nnde and num. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Smith Jr. JHTorc returning home, he also will visit in Hoi Springs. Mr. and Mrs. R. li. stout left yesterday murnliiK for Little lio.i-k. where they will be nursls of her brother, Vied E. Bailey, and Mrs. Bailty, and |,er sister. Miss Mnry Bailey. They were accompanied by Mrs. R. c. Norton of Little Rock, who lias been here us guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl linuklcy. Mrs. Norton's diuighter. jane, remained for an extended visit, with the Binik- Icys. Mrs. Louise Chapman Is undergoing treatmenl nt Walls Hospital for a nose infection. Mr. and Mrs. w. M. McKen/.lc. j20 N. Sixth, hiive returned from Atlanta, Cia.. where they were guests of their sons, Bill, Sam and Jitn McKcnzie. "Mr. nnd Mrs. Doyle Smith ol Te.xarkana, Ark., arc here as guests of her mother, Mrs. Vera I.cdueUcr. They will visit friends and plan to remain In uiythevllle through July .j. Mrs. Smith is the former Miss Lillian Ledbelter. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert. Seymour, IC38 West, Walnut, have returned from St. Lonis, where they spent several days. The Rev. K. c. Brown, paslor of l-'ii'st Baptist Chinch, has re- Beauty School Graduates Class of Ten Ten students of l-:a,;le Heanly behool were Kradnnied today, upon eompletlun of the six months course Of the (iioup, nine will KO lo Little lioek tomorrow to be examined before the State Hoar ul another member was licensed this week by the Missouri Board. Tlie students t ;nlii|; to l.ltlle Hock will be accompanied by Mrs. Pilmorc C.ilpsou, head of the sehoul They will return Tuesday, Graduates are: Misses Kdllh nnd Berniee Wilson of Warden, Mo Mrs. norotliy Kvi'lyn Utley of Steel-' I Mo.. Miss liowenii Tomllnson of Melburnc. Ark.. Miss Mellle Kus- .sell of Klytheville, Mrs. Nellie Wll- banks of Luxorn. Miss Cieneva Ash. ley of Blytheville, Miss Mlnm» ! Brown of lllytheville, Mrs. norotln-, of Blyllievillc. and M!s.s Loin Mlllltinn of Maiden, Mo., wiio look the Missouri examination. Fabric Producers Hold Back Clothes, OPA Says WASHINGTON, June un. (UPI •Fabric producers awaiting the fate of the OPA extension bill I, ^ !'" withholding shipments to I clothiiiK manulaclui'crs lor several weeks hi nnlicipallon of lifeher puces, an OPA olllclal said today •i'heocloie G. Maynard. e.ssisl'a'iu I chief of oPA's clothing mid textile, said the withholding, practice will lead to ne.v clothing? >hortaj;e.s at consumer clothini; levels "in the next few wecl-.-i." Maynaid noted that oi'A's c-u- fnreement bnineh Is not larce enough to cheek inventor; violations of the whole textile industry He indicated, however. Hint action would be taken against sumo lahric producers. PAGE TORE* Montgomery Retains Lightweight Title NEW YOUK, June 29 (Upi-- Ommplon l!ul> Monlp:omery. apparently weakened by weliilu-nmlilin., Mail lo Moor AllU. stol* six (hues Jasl night before retaining: his New Yoik-!Vnnsylvani:i version of (he Islilwelghl title (,n a I3ih-roimil ktiuckoiil over the inline but finite- challenger. Htol/, imorly conditioned after a four-and-a - half - months lay-olf that include.! a hcineymonn,' ran »>il of ge.s after Ihe second round. However, the brown-haired veteran from Newark, N. J,, rccelv.M tlnui- dcrous cheers Iroiu the 10.11":! funs n Madison H(|iiinv Oardi'n heemin- IIP sluggercd to his fert live (Imei nnd foiiBht back with desperate bill generally harmless Hurries. Horses From 73 States Exhibited in Nashville es ul Ihe rest of (lie llve-stutn Held I" the hunter clusses. With Mil eiiell llobrrls riding both liorses, Anderson's Danny Hoy won llrst nnd Niirihwnods second In Ihe handy himln-s class lust nluhl. On Thnrs- duy nlphl Norlliwoods Inn! won Ihe ope" Jumping, with Uamiv Jloy seeond. I Hip. Kliol, owned by Karah Kllxii- Ivlh WllhUe, Cookevillc. won llu> open line- liiiinrss class last night to mutch Its blue rlljlHin victory Thursday iiinlu In Ihe ladles 1 fine hmness class. rrntlon ni Memphis Baptist HOB plliil nnd -will undergo treatmen for at Icusl two weeks. The 0. s. birth rule dropped from 40 J)cr 1000 jwpillutlon in 1000 to 10.7 per 1000 in 1945, The first Cnnncllnii Expedition ai'y Korce departed for Fnincc WAKXINd OHI)i:i[ Paul K. Johnson is hereby warned lo appear In tla> (;iuincory Court for the <;)lH-ka>,aWll.l District Of M|.;sls- -sippl (,'onuly, Arkanijiis, within lhir-1 ly days and miswcr Ihe coiuplaint Illcd intittn:;! him tlierein by I'aullim N. .lulinsiui. and upon his failure' no lo do. Mild complaint will be lalu-n as roulesM'd. Witness mv hand as Clerk of sal I Court and the ;i ,.iil thereof Oils Vii day of June. Mini. IIAHVUY MOlilUtt. Cler'v. Reid, Kvraril ,t |(,,y. Allys. for I'llIV Oscar I'Vndler, Ally, ml Mlem. lilt!-10-22-20 NASIIVILLK, •IV-nn.. June »!) (ill-, — Kxhlbltors liom i;i slates invin,' entries in the annual Nashville IHII-SI. show, which lias •iltraelcd some 10,00(1 spectators In two nlelils laomned their mounts loilnv i,,, : the eliampionsliiii classes shiled fur tonight's closing pcrrninmiici' C'haniplonslilj) slakes nre M hcd- nlej for live-united horses, (hrce- tinlied hog-ses. Tennessee w:,lkln r lioiscs isliilllons or K,-ldl,i,.si and Tennessee walklut: mare-i " ' Meanwhile, a pair ol' Jmupers si^^v^&'u^: «r-ii,"i^'^m 'r Undergoes Operation 1'. Homer Wrd of Paranould Kiiililoyinenl Seem-lly Meld 'l(cp I'l-M'iilnltve, will be unable to con(net emplnyers in Ilils scclioi seheiluled lor the next tw'i> weeks Refrigerator Service Fret! I.awlcr ADAMS APPLSANCE CO., Inc. J VI. Ailinu.s IMcr. Phone 2011 JJOU-OJi w. Main FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. GI at Slate Line Phon: Hlytheville 7M • For Your Stanley's Household Cleaning, Chemicals, Furnituro Cleaner, Window Cleaner, AVoo'd- work Cleaner Can MRS. ALMA SCIIKIIER Resilience 1'hone 830 WASHER SERVICE PMIip Frcl lr,.,,s a,,,l K. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. •'. W. ADAMS. Mtr " llc - 071 =0(i-OS \V. M.i!n Radio Service "I'lB" Angel ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. .T. W. Adams, Mcr. I'hollc 2031 20C-08 W. Slain neacl Courier News Wnnt Acis. liiinrd from Hiujlics, Ark., where he conducted ,ui cvanuellsti.: inecl- '»(,' "t tile First Cliureh. Phone 931 for better TAXI SERVICE Tor IOIIK trips— n ur morn (n Mcinpliis nr I.iltlo Kurk, near train fare fur rumid trip. LOCAL CALL . . . Twin Gables. . ...35c Midnight Inn . . 50e Golf Club .... 50c Manila $4.00 Osccola .... $4.00 Olhej places in comp.trl.snn. J. R. Payne, manager Lake and Main Special Sale! 5000 Gals. Army Paint O. D. Color Per $,(.00 Gallon We will deliver anything over 100 Gallon Order Small Orders cnn be shipped Aubrey Earls I'ortagcvillc, Mo, Visit Our New Recording Studio! We have installed the very latest Equipment for Kccording Voices, Ifciml a n d Orchestra Htisic and Messages. We also Rent Sound K<|iiipmcnt for Indoor and Outdoor Events. BLYTHEVILLE RADIO SUPPLY Wholesale Only Phone .107 112So. 1st St. I F INSURANCE Dial 2311 For Complete Protection ' ACCIDENT & HEALTH • HOSPITALIZATION • FIRE • AUTOMOBILE • LIABILITY • BUIIGLARY • PLATE GLASS «TORNADO • SURI'TTY BONDS • AVIATION FIRST [NATIONAL j INSURANCE AGENCY 108 N. 2nd CHAS. MrriNER CORRECTION In Our Ailvcrlisfnifiil in 't'lutrsdny's (;oiiru>r News Hit" I'lillowitiu iloius wore wronijlv [>riiTd. l(c'lt)W are (lit- Corrcr! Soiling I'rU't-s. SUGAR CURED Pork Jowls - ib. 24c CANNED FRESH DRESSED , bakers - - - !b. 52c 1 Ib. jar---25c 3lb.jar---73c LIBERTY CASH GROCERY Blythcyillc's Food Headquarters Mujne 27(i;l._ ; DO) \Ves| Mai Main SL We Have Them! . . Bafhinefte's "Bobcc Buoy" Bathers FHKH O'ifl TOT SHOP I'lione ^300 105 Soulh Second Oct. 3, 1914. Every Tuesday Thursday •IMl Saturday Blnslo by /VsJce Doyle tee ' and his 7-Piec« Band For. Reservations Call 3984 TWIN GABLES Need 24-hr. Service TAXI!! 968 Call Bonded and Insured Bill Wundcrlich As a Natural Aid HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE Write Uidny for f, x . c CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Mnin and Division Rlylheville. Ark. FARM DITGH ES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE;ROADS OR ANY, EXCAV/ION 9. J.COHEN ODhtractoi UTNCfl BtOiSiyHtVtLE R. Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! -mhr arra " Se t0 haVC y° Ur rcmembrancoB sent, not just once, hut month after month. Ask about this plan. Ti^WWERSHOP /« i -»n. W * (BUo) WIDlanM, «wu* BMf. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sllle 8 Studelmkcr Service WE HUY AND SELL GOOD USED CARS Lex Chnmblin 1{lll Chamblin t'hone 2195- Railroad & Ash Ste. Join the Ark. Automobile Club ,and enjoy it's many benefits ;„ Y6UR MEMBERSHIP SAVES / k 1j YOU 20^ ON AUTO INSURANCE i Ivan R. VanPatten Your Sales Representative '118 S. r,!ik c St. HcHidcnco Phono 2409 USED CARS WANTED We will pay you tho full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. ff you nrc poinj,' lo keep your present car let us give you Misestimate on recondilioning your motor body nnd painting. d - Tircs - Tubcs and Lee Motor Sales, Inc. CMC Trucka Phone 519 OldHmoIiilc East Main St. CJood, He Sav.s --1PKK... . .__ ._ N1 . TOO JilWr TO PERFORM i.VER LIT YOJ CO WIRE ACT t>CA-f RVFRRD HARMAK \f I CO!1LDN>'7 HELP S&tWA CO^ErWREACQDeMTAMD Suoh a Nice f; WASH TURKS NEXT WORN1S5 MN'T WOR8V, CAROL'.VWBE OUR GOOD i-E^Ts^^ffir^™^ i?^^ \^^™«^'* ss «w™ ! ^ •^- T^^ATHEBOVSOUT!;^ Sflf»S2 «^^"« D3TW ^ WITH' FRONT BY LESLIE TURNED WHEN I GIT TKEVl ~"V ^!.»^ ..*_.' •**•"« \

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