.TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1946 ' BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COirRTER NEWS Court Hears Election Case Decision Expected In LitHe Rock Early Next Week. LI'lTLE ROCK, Ark., July 2. (U.P.)The Arkansas Supreme Court Indicated todny thru a decision win b(! i,aiulcd down next Monday on K n appeal of H. E. Fisher of Ulythei-illc, asking that P: the Mississippi County Democratic Committee place his nnme on the primary ballot. The case was submitted yesterday morning by oral argument. S. P. Cooper and T. J. Crowder represented Fisher while W. Leon Smith represented the County Committee. Fisher, seeking to run a.s a candidate for representative, apiwnlccl to the Supreme Court after the Mississippi Circuit Court, refused to mandamus the commit tea to place his name on the ballot. The committee refused to place his name on the ballot after Fisher's mother signed his party loyalty pledge in his absence. Fisher, a sailor expecting his dscliurge. was at sea at ihe tine or flliii« UN; pledge, and Ins mother netod upon Ills power of attorney. Bob Hope Day Is Observed By Memphians MEMPHIS. Tenn., July 2. (UP) — Today is "13ob Hope Day" in Mem- Phis and comedian Hop? has an afternoon and night dale with Memphis Inns. This afternoon Hope will tafce part in an exhibition golf match at Colonial Country club and tonight. ' will present Ills Hollywood show nt Crump Stadium before an expected 20.000 persona. Smart Papa Ohio Governor Urges Strike To Curb Prices COLUMiBUS. O., July 2, (UP) — Ciov. Frank J. Lausche today asked Chilians to declare a buyers' strike on everything except Items essentially needed Tor their health and welfare. Infantile Paralysis Victim in St. Louis Hospital, Shows Much Improvement A dream Is coming true for Hubby Joe Thompson, who left, Illylhe- ville recently lor the Shrine Ho> pilal in St. I.onls to undergo operations and treatment for Ills c:-lp- plctl foot. His foot has been crippled since stricken wllli Infantile par.ilysli when 11 .small child. "Moral twisters" arc Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Thompson, rmd brother, \vlio have gone to 31. Louis to be near Unbuy Joe. Mrs. Thompson, in a letter to ' Courier News, wrote that tti.-y couUI 1 see Hobby Joe only on Sundays and : were allowed to carry him nolhinK •other limn Mowers, She believes his condition is much 1 improved and Hobby Joe Is n.ippy with the i-ealb.-.Uion that perhaps roon he will have two normal lejs just like "the other fellow:." Too Latt to Classify PACT TIT* For Sal*. ial( l.illll. I'" 1. linn -:t- uilli li:il( I>:i1li n Ul-illnl, *;IKJI!. *i">-ion n i- *:< mum I,,,l,-,.. ,,.,,•,].I,.,,. | lllt |, Hmi»» i'.ilii|il..[i'ly riiini~li.il I'li.-vil t.> *rll Illl,I I,...- ill. I! I [,.. ,11.., timm I.,,.,..- „„,! linili h ,,,|,.,......1 l!..m .\ ui.-.. imiiu- ;:.-u, \V.. !...\. MIIII,. in.-., viicnm ,.is [.,, Imllil- If silf* 0«i-»r Al..xiillili'r, Itallli.v VV.M Mi.ii-. Plum., sl'.ll !!.|»t.-" i.AXP KD1I SAI.K 1 l.nv.. Iji-uvi^i ill' « In i-(.-•• mi.I ..[ Hi, riiirsi <-y|nv«« lyin' li.n.l >ih III,- l.^tilv* ..f ill.I l.lltl.- Uivi-l-. M"fS nut nv.'iTti'U. i'l.,... In UI.Mli.- YI]|.>. v..iy I>.M i.l iiu|ii»v i-iii*. iin i,,,i,i 1,1.,,i -.1 i i,.... ,,,n i.i-.ii.. iiu.i nil liinisi's vvii.il (.., ,.!,.,.|i;.ily. Cm li,- xuia ill III, SO. Ill" :i,-i... >ir Lur^.'i il.i I't |.,. HI in .,[ I', y.M. you WMII II f I (arm li.'in.-, T", i."ill ul v, l-il." ItlAI.LS I.AMI COMI'ANV. Hnl.. Hl.li!., n|i|.o-ii.. Cil> Hull, lilylli. • vlll... A.k, 1 -M-!--. Call 1..-0 r. SI.-.ill.-us. ri'i.iil|.|i|... I.l.on.. :i:>7r., "I h.n II. llniiiii.T. -Jl'k-1 •i.Uy Oliver Kissel! Weds Vera Odgen of Memphis (^- In a ceremony June 23 at the first Christian Church in Memphis. Miss Vera Odgcn, dixiighter of Mrs. Cecil OdKen of Memphis, bo- Toting Junini iirnis arms proved an irksome diorc for this ixip;i nt'Nag's He:>;:., M. C., so he. r,ot smart, took IP-> unby's i:uto scat out of. his ci;", hoolte'd it onto liis shoulders nno" of! they went lor a beach stroll—botli \''cry co-v.lo: table. came the bride of Oliver C. Kissell. sttn of Mr. and Mr.s. H. A. Kissell of Osceola. The -Rev. Mr. Whitaker, pastor, j oificiftted. Tile bride wore a two-piece frock of blue eyelet with" white accessories and a shoulder corsage of gardenias. Mrs. Kissel] was graduated from Central High School of Memphis and Mr. Kissell was discharged in December from the armed forces, after four years service. He attended Osceola schools. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES This Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief Many sufferers relieve nneghie Uckftcha *]\ilckly, onco t>icy tltacovcr Hint t>ie real c;iuso of tlitir Uutiljle in;iy IH- tiii-i) Ijlilneya 'J hcl:iiin*.-yaure Mature'a chief M-ny of (nV- m^tliocxccsaacJiIsundu'aslcDiJtof IhoLlooJ. When di&OKk'rof kiiliK'yfunctioirlfenn't'a poisonous mailer tarcruntn in your UooJJt mr\y causL- tui£:i;ini; Itnckache. rhfuinatic imins, It'ii ]ialii3, loss of |J<?|) nnj enurtry uot- Ijrw up iilKJits. swcllinR, DuUJiiess umlcr the cyts, lii-adrichca and dizziness. I-'rofinvnt or ecaiHy pnssjiffCB with Emnrtinir nnil liuniinc tcxnctjnic.i shows them ta soinethiji^ wrunc •\vjt)i yj ir !;Mneya or lilntMcr. Jltm'l waill Ask your.Jniscist for Roan's 1 ills, a sluimlniit diuretic, use.l succcssfull/ ])y rnilnons. for over •iO years. l)oan's give inin»y rrlk-f nnJ will >ieli) the 15 rnites of ki.!iLcytiil.Mfliish«iJi|intK.HH,uawaat«froiii your l>[(xjj. (Jt't DOHII'H I'ilts MILLIONS TO LOAN 4 V " Farm Loans "G.I." City Loans F.H.A. Loans Also: Convent inn;il l.n;in: 5-7 & 10 Yours on (!txu Itcsidcnce nml H 11 s i n o .s s I'ropcrty. W.M. BURNS REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE COMPANY rilONK: ::3IH llli Ill^lhuo .1 • wllli l,:iili. r!n«<. lii « Tlil. ]ir.i]n.ii)- !,.< In. SOD. luc unlcl. >«li> r,i • , W. M. lltlliNM. SK.U.TOlf 1'lniXK :i:ioi. "For Rutf Taken Up '». 'mi- lukyi n|i. Sunll. limivn, wllli \i "" ,;'"",;• '''''"'" • ""'"" raiilufl »l" " K. sn»|,,.. n,mv,i,,,| KM*.'. •ft). I'l am, i ^k.M) Read Courier N?w» Want A<J». Read cxxuler New§ But . Modern Couples Select Furniture "A La Carte" A iccent survey among brides and (rooms In all sections of Ihc country revealed u trend nway from suites In nil furniture. Modi'in young couples who «re uboul to furnish n home prefer to silecl pieces (ruin open stock. Tills premises to be especially true In U'jrt- «x>m furnishings as hearflxxml (Hollj-\vo<xll boils received the lilKM- esl vote. r Insulate Your Home NOW NOTICE of CLOSING In order ro let our employees enjoy the holiday we will be closed all day Thursday, July 4th ( r DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blyth«vilU, Ark. with PARTJEMP FIRESTONE'S Home Insulation )'AKIi;.Ml' will keep your hoase COOLEK ta» the summer anil WAKMER In Uu winter. I'All'I'l'Mr Is :v new type of home Insulation sold exclusively by Firestone. IVtHTKMl' Is Boiuilnc slnple cotton. l-AUTHMl- Is llKht. II weighs less than 10% ns much na some Insulation materials. PAKTKitir ts easy and snfe to Install. It will not, hiirm skin or clothlni;. :r Is Government' Inspected and ap- I'AUTKSH* In Pirc-rcslstnnt. Not even the Jinnies of a blow torch will luntte It. l-AUTiCAU-'ls vormln-iepclliint. "***" Come in or Call Us Today Tlic Aniiiv.in); Now 1'AKTEMI" VKKK KSTIMATIW 0. O. HAKDAWAY I'hone 2101 AVpi. H. I'EASB 207 West Main Street Mea/tsfi'/te Tbtacco . . and in a Cigarette Swm01 S v • •» ^^^ ' met tsjlowatt! it's the Tobacco that counts .0- *he prl™ oJ" cle«::l_::ly Hir.a cosae down-Sike this! This is a familiar tune, no doubt, to all of you who'vr \valchod the cost of electricity come down down ciown year after year. until it's reached a point where actually loday, if you're an average user, you're getting about twice as much for the same amount ol money as you received 15 or 20 years ago. (If your bill hasn't come down during this period, it's probably because you're now enjoying the sweet music of many more time-saving, labor saving appliances than you formerly used.) Our recent rate reduction places the cost of electricity at a new low, at a lime when practically everything else you buy has gone up. up and UP! Ihis, of course didn't just happen. It's the result of hard work and careful planning on the part of your friends and neighbors who operate this business-managed, tax-paying electric company. The good electric service you buy for almost a song (only a few pennies a day for ihe average user) is a product of American Free Mnlcrprise—the thing that made this country great. M1PIOWEEO.
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