The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 29, 1947
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THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1947 BIA'TIIEVILUO (AUK.)' COUIUEK NKWS 'Voluntary' Rent Hike Predicted Two GOP Senators Think Increase May Get Approval WASHINGTON, M ny 23. (0i=)- t\vo ««i.l>lic:m senators predicted ooiiy 1{J, Senate woimlcl approve vokmtaJV is per cent boosts in •cm ceilings in cases where laiut- <>rc. and u-tianl « Br eo on a xtotidius; througn ig.ja. Sen Alton w. Iiawkes. R., N. '-, told n reporter he will In- "seit such a ivnl-liUTcHsc |s;> ir tl) 0 i>emlin« Senate Soldier Freed PAGE THREE "pra- reni '. He tho'jRhi it would be adopted '" <l"l Sen. C. Douglass Buck. H I'M., who win manage the Senate ciit bill on tlie floor. 1 Haivhcs' amendment would :•.]- mv rent increases of 15 per cent .'Vrr September, 194U levei.-, mulei ( . voluntary lease arranf:enicnl. A imilar provision is contained louse-passed rent legislation. .lie Senate was scheduled to be- in debate on renewal of federa eot control today, but there is : ossibillty it may act on the treas- iry-post office appropriation bil 'irst. Present controls expire June ?,3 i There are dinslic differences lie S?nr>le :ind House rent bills Uit Ruck said the Senate may -4 long with a House decision t rop government building ontmis in hopes of gaining hoira cree.ment to the Senate rent co:v i-ol bill. Such a compromise automatical!' wild kille a House provision where y federal rent control would civ i any city, town or county who.* ;>cal jroveriiing body decreed i • p «s 'ft longer needed. Theyvjjmate's bill renews rcn ontro'^^r seven months, but put ' on a ne\v hometown basis. Vol ntaiy boards would be set np i ;ach area to 'iu:i" rent eontro 'hey'd have authority to recom ;iend area-wide decontrol or re:i . loosls. But their main job woui c to supervise swift and fa: 'hardship" relief. Ycrtcrlck W. Wade, 30. left, of Tncoma, Wahiiiglon, was tree, from .eavcnworth prison on hubcas corpus writ, because Rirhard T, licwstcr, right, of Kansas City, believed he was innocent. Former \riny Major Brcwster defended Wade til court martial in Clermany •here Wade was charged with rape, llrewster, now out vf the si;r- iee, has continued the fiylit to clear Wade. (NEA TELEPHOTO) Ouster Heqring Set for M. & A. Line Receivers l/ITTLK HCCK, Alls,. May W- 'l 1 ) — A I'cili'i'al Court liearinn on Ilu- stale's ijctitlon to dismiss l\™ Harrison nu'n as receiver:; of I lie st:ikcboin: ( | Missouri and Arkansas Itiiilrcmtl will \>- liekt in roil smith JI:HO 5. 'Hie diti- was set Tuesday by I-Vderal Judnc John K. Miller and anninnu-i'd hi'ix 1 Ijy Atly. Con. Guy i:. Wliliunis. Tile sl'itc seeks to have C. C Alrxaiuii 1 :' mid W. Sain \Valkev, both of Hurri.soii, dismissed as re- eeiviT.s. They \von> muiu'd in Feb- viuuy by Jiirlm- Miller at the rc- rtui-sL of Kastom MUL'klmlckTs. 'Die state also askeil Judnc Miller lo appoint- a new '•iuiijarllal" receivei 1 and inslnic'l him to take irincii>lcs of the Potsdam decliira- lion. ! J. S. and tutorize New 3erman Council BERLIN, May 29. (UP) Brita IH\ the United States handed tl iennans their greatest ];ost\v; eoiiomic power today by creatii n all-German economic cour.c ? direct reconstruction in the no lo-American occupation zones. •A joint, announcement hv Gen. .•licius D. Clay and U. Gen. Sir Irian Robertson, the American nd British military governors, em- ihasiz^ct • the new council's polEcie.s .nd actions will be subject to an- roval by the AiiKlo-Amcrican mil- ,;>rv Hnvi^.nients. The twiWowers at the same time cnewed their previous initiation"; or Russia and Franco to join in lie economic merger of occupation DUOS. Clay and Robertson stressed in heir announcement that. the •ouneil was forme;! under the Eyes BeSmont Calumet Farm wins tha big ones, and with Faultless vun- jiing kindly, its famous trainer Don Jones has his eyes on <;1QOOOO Hcltnont Stakes at ' ^ Bclmont Park, May 31. Memorial Day Flowers for Friday, May 30rh • Cut Flowers • M|!^C up Boxes of Blooming Plants • Geraniums Other Fiowers •for the Occasion H EATON'S Home of flowers S Reminds You--- B1RTHSTONE RING $1.25 A V/oek 19.95 His birthstone handsomely mounted in massive 10k gold setting. Choice of simulated birliistone. Outstanding value. BULOVA VMTCH Year to Pay *71 50 . The gift of a.lifetime. Arislo- cral3c,accurale timepiece from the "Excel!ency" group. 21 jewels. Smart basket weave band. ROMSON LIGHTER Charge II *S^° Smart smoker's favorile everywhere. Quick one-finger oclion. Press, it's lit... release, it's out! Sure lo please. DIAMOND ONYX Use Your Credit $42 50 He'll prize this gift above oil. Flashing diamond set against rich onyx, massively mounted in 10k gold netting. PARKER "5V 1 PEN and PENCIL SET $1.25 A Week $ 17 S[) A v/riling set makes Itie perfect gift. Parker "51" . . . Ifie world's most wanted pen. Writes dry with wel ink. Give Him a RADIO For His Very Own Divorces Divorces I'.umled recently In l!lv- lliuville follow: lleliua Uobbins vs. Earl liobhin.s; -I,, c. I'niitt vs. Glumay I'niiu; .Mayolii' Trotter Kvmis vs. K. J. Kvaus; A. A. Wood vs. Liiinio Wood. 'Hazel Mi'liuoMi vs. Floyd A. Mc- Intosli; Wanda Louise Oooch vs. lluri'lbon Oooch Jr,; King 11. Mat- thcws vs. Ruby (!. MaHhew.s; Gertrude Cliainn vs. Karl Clmnln'; Klisc Hurt vs. James Leon Hart; Ger- nUI G. Costlier vs. Holand Odoir. Costtur; M.,i staples vs. Carrie operating the idle short liiu-. Williiuns Conuuoiv.' Miid the InterstuU' (.'omiiiissloii, which I;; coiisldcriiiB u ]]eiiUon to nbiuuliin llu- riiilroiiil. luut urautod the slulf ;l ao-duy exlcnslon to July 2 '.ll wlilrli In lilr briefs. The hue hus bi'eii Idle slni-i; H (riilmm'M's Mi ike ],>st Seisteiuuer. Sliuic thoii j| i, ;ls been .sold lo Knslcrii i:iteresl.s \vlio phin to ji it if !iiey ™i ijct TOO n]irovnl. Ht;ij>les. Divorce suits I lied follow: Jos- pliino II. Iliulnll; vs. Cli:ules U Iliulnlk; liiittle Kayo Hubli.s vs. 1)111 Kditnv llubbs; Verley'Akerson vi. H. 1C. Aker.soji; I ( >,L-JI Leinley \:\. Hetty hi'uiley; ICllen Aiislibriinner \'.s. Culvhi Asliiibr.intu'i 1 . Clu'Stei 1 C. Cruwforft vs. Herthu M. Cruwlord; Clviii'Kp Hmllli vs. Oliira Hnillii: J. W. Ooforlh vs. Ti'iihi Josephine Cloforth; I/incl.vs liir.vlett vs. Jhn J. Uuwlell; llvulitii Kiithei-iiu- elJulon vs. Husy.ell W. Deulou; Mary Kiiilly l!:)i;lKiin vs. l-'riiiik 'Hi-lchaiu. Mciriis Asklns vs. Jnlm (1. Askins; Kathleen C'ronch vs. Huy Crmicn; Uuiu- l/)llhi vs. !•'. K. Kiwi'; S)b.-l Kenan vs. Willlnin C. ni'niin; I'.velyn M. I/uiusb'.H'y vs. C. Lunli'r l.aun.sbni'y; Oeori:e '\V. (r, ! J)cnve'i vs. Hi'rnky Heed llowen; ii. 1C. Midoin vs. CSItiitys Miilnin; CJ. w. Oioies vs. •liU.-Ulu Onnes. The oldest o;ik fiuesl in ICuvope Is Miintlhiit In Oldenburii. norlhern j (iernuuiy. The tree:; dale buck lo llic Middle Aiji's. Woman Charged in Art Gallery Thefts at Spa HOT EPUI'NOS. Ark., May W. (UP)—An Infornmtion was on file In Giuland Circuit Court licrn In- tliiy cliartjliii; j>rclly Mrs. Eleaiuir Clnsliolin 'Mnxwcll with c()ini)llcltv ill llic rccout bold dnyliitliL robbery of Esskny Art Galleries. •Airs. Muxwcll Is believed lo be In liostoii, Mus., mid ProscctilliiK At- HOME SERVICE & STORAGE CO. is pk'H.scd lo iiniioniu'c Hint Mr. Richard Holt lin.s joined our stuff an carpenter and mnintcnmico mini. Call UK lo do that jol) you can't do or don't want to do. Telephone 2801 lorncy Sidney McMalh said she woiiiiui bo cx(,raUlted to Arkansas- to stiir.d trial. Three fen, Including her hiishiind, were arrested after the robbery. • ' DOCTOR'S DISCOVERY FOR BACKACHES DUE TO KIDNEYS • K excess acidity of your urine make* your Ixick nclie ED yoti groan ... to yott Rd up 3 <ir 4 times a night to past water. now be of Rfjotl cheer. Three Kcucrntiona ogo a funoui doctor noUcct] UinL liunilrcda of his patientt had thiibacknchc. He com pou titled * medlcin^ mmtc of 10 [herbs, roots, vrcrlablei, bal. fc-Liiu — truly Nature's own way to relief; Millions have uwcl it. The medicine ii Ur. Kilmer's Swnmp-Root. Instantly you tnkc kl, it stnrla to work flushing out those excess neuls ihnt may cause your backache ... incrctisitiR hlie Row of urine to help ea«» (hot burning sensation when you pat* wiitcr . .. fmd that bladder irritation that tunlu-D you v.'l up niKhts. Caution: take •• iJlrtcIct). You'll Bf y it'a marvelous. For free trial supply, »«nd (to Dept. V: Kilmer (k Co., Inc., Bo* 1255, Sramfoid, Conn. Or— K tt full-sized bottle of Koot today at your drugstore. Choose From these Famous Makes: RCA Emerson; Tele-Tone I. Rosenthal Offers Unheard of Values In This -SPECIAL CLEARANCE •100 Dresses - Values Alii i i j Regularly Priced to $9.95 j [ If yoiTr« short mi niniii-v hut still .vuni value I c this is your chance lu buy something n-;illy nice i • ... these itrrsses arc practical anil inetly tool [ i tictuhiK's lielk'vhiK ut this luvv prk't— i | 69 2-Piece Dresses i ! Spring and Summer Styles J ('mil spihiK and SIIIIIMHT iirellll'S 111 yilllr favnrUi: I slylc'.s anil ni Mrn:iU. C.irilr eartv fur nond si'lcr- I linn of .slylr ami .size—ilu-y'll n» fiiiil at Mils [irlei-— Sale Price $2.50! Values to 14.95 $4.95 62 Spring Dresses Values to $12.95 Strirlly liKhtivclthl ami riuil . . . (liesc name ihe.ssrs nnisl KIP In inalii! w:iy for new incr- fliiinillsf. It's nut l<isn anil a nuuil |iii:kup s'avliiBS for ycju. Hrc Iliinn! Sale Price $4.95 36 ONLY CHILDREN'S DRESSES - VALUES 1.98 up 3 to 6x 98c SHOES LADIES READY-TO-WEAR MEN'S AND BOY'S Men's Biack Kid Gaiters S'!.7;i cjuality in :i gnltei -style oxforil . . . Salr 1'ricc $2.95 Men's Leather Sandals $1.99 and $2.86 $9.00 Quality Men's Shoes ItrtMvn :ind White Oxfords m two styles only, A guild lluy ..... _ only $6.75 Patents, Kid, Calfskin Sandals — Military ;ll "l Hi^li I.iiu. IMK!I ;ntd \vi:cl/-,e SaSe Price $3.98 INFANTS and CHILDREN'S S;uuhils and ()\ fouls — llic most rnniplntt* line in to« N n, too numerous to C|iiotr, liul prices :irc rij;ht — lutcst styk-s — quality bc-jl obtainable — sec us fir.sll Ladies Sandals Von must sco Uu'se s:intl:ils to Hpnrcchilc (b« Utjrh i|ii;ilily — ^ooil v:iliiu tilTrrc'l hern! Kr£. ?M:i All Leather S;iml;ils, White, Tan .uul Kcd only. . . . $1.49 Closeout $1.98 SANDALS ODDS AXI) F.NDS TN Al.I, SI/,r;H $3.98 to $6.00 VALUES OXFORDS AND PUMPS I'Meiitx Kills anil ( alfsUins \villi inrcHutn, lijfih n ml sjirctiiUir herls — in \vliitr, rnl. t,\n and or cumbinatiDii ulillc and l;ui, white and red or while niul Maek . . . SALM PKIC'K $4.95 t... — ... -------------- ......., ( I Extra Special! ! | $3.98 White Moccasions HCNI iiuiility soft Icallicr, while soles— ] SAI.K ritlt'K TOO New Mayflower Dresses iinil Iti'inlii'ii; sliccrs— Wiislialjlc liciiiillful iiiillvrns In liilosl styles. ' $7.95 $8.75 $9.95 A dress you'll live in! Ladies Bembcrq Dresses Sizes u|i In X, l',i-;iul!lul I'rlllts :ilu] u.islliililr— Only $9.95 Jerri - Sue Terry - Suzy Que Junior's original* in these famous names—advertised nationally ailil c.v- clu.sise ivilh us. $6.95 to $15.75 300 Sheer Blouses Values up to $5.95 Sale Price $2.98 Girl's Dresses ' Very l;irfir .selection horn (} months (n 12 years—they arc surgeon 1 * u.v- clusivc.s. .98 and $2.98 RAYON PANTIES SHe value in si/rs I tn 1(5, M'ili'il lli[iiu;;h liarullin.L;. 69c GIRL'S COTTON PANTIES 25c All Si/.es, LI 25c 69c WOMEN'S RAYON and COTTON PANTIES Shop Worn—but Good Quality 25c Men's Work Clothiers runts'Vnlucx to $3.55. Sale Price Jp to $3.55 WORK SHIRTS Sale Price $1.98 Up to $4.20 WORK PANTS Safe Piicc $2.69 Up to $3.98 WORK SHIRTS $2.50 Boy's Work Clothes Reg. $2.54 ^, __ WORK PANTS $1.75 Sale Price Reg- $2.54 WORK SHIRTS Sale Price BOYS BLUE JEANS Extra Heavy Riveted $1.95 Reg. $3.45 Men's Blue Jeans Only $1.98 PAINTER'S OVERALLS Whilr, Kvtni Quality Sole Price $2.95 For Father's Day KcRtihr Sl.")0 NVI.OX TIF.S Sale Price $1.00 Men's Pants; Young Men's Slacks A very extensive line of p:mls— high grade liiilurins—new styles arriving daily. Si/es 27 to 52 " r ' $5.98 to $7.95 BOYS and YOUTH'S SLACKS Gabardine and tropicals Sizes 10 to 18 only $4.50 Sizes 6 to 10 $3.95 Boys Broadcloth Shirts Best Quality, all sizes MEN'S SPORT SHiRTS Short and long sleeve From $2.98 MEN'S PAJAMAS DHEIFOS TPR> llrrifnr: . . . W«ar Itinmnnds ill, \\r!>l VIAU ST $0 QO REG. $3.98 PRINCESS SLIPS <C1QQ * A 4>£"TO ' Thisis ROD.I v;i!ii(-ln slips, com.!., si.os:!' lo3S «»nly- *P ».7U S5.!l» Qmlilj in 5 co,i pajamas. >)^1 | These arc rcrhtmlv a uuy at T • • I. ROSENTHAL INC. 226 West Main St. Phone 2562

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