The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 3, 1946
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-_ WEDNESDAY^ JULY 3, t<M(J (ARK,) COlttilER NEWS Tennessee Riot Trials Moved Defense Attorneys Protest Transfer To Lawreneeburg. COLUMBIA, TehifY, Jhly 3, CUP) Defense attorneys, for 25 Ne- Sroes Indicted for attempted mur- uor in colmection with Interracial clashes liere last February, todny protested a change of venue which would move Ihe trial to Lawrenceburg, Term. Maurice Weaver, Clmttinooga, only while lawyer in the legal quartet defehiUhj the "Negroes, said the order by Judge Joe M. Ineram moved them from the frying pan Into the fire." He said the state had "particular reasons" for selecting Law- reiicoburg, 34 miles from Columbia. "If there Is any sentiment against the Negro race in Maury comity (Columbia). it. is doubly so in Lawrence county (Lawrence- bitrg)," Weaver said. "My clients would be moving from the frying pan into the fire." . Tile defense lawyers had asked I fc change of .venue .on. claims that' the Negroes would not get u fail- trial here, but they withdrew the Plea when District Attorney Paul Bumpus recommended Lawrence county. Ingram set August e as the day for opening the hearings of the Negroes. Lloyd Kenney and Willie Pillow, Negroes charged with attempted murder-In another phase of the race riot, will go on trial July 5. PAGE mt Yarbro Couple Observes 50th Anniversary of Their Elopement CrawfordsYille Veteran Selected to Attend Meeting With Bishops Charles Joiner of Crawfordsville. son of Mrs. M. G. Jollier of Blythe- - — ville, was elected by the Official i'he two sons and two daughters Fifty years ago. J. w. SUIIIngs and pretty Etta Burnett started ou ffli Sunday School in he ;'oung farmer's buggy, but instead of going to the church as was their custom, they drove on to Oseeona to the home of Justice Jim Hnle, and there were married. This was one elopement which resulted in a happy and successful marriage, for on Friday night, at their oak-sheltered home in Ynrbro community, this couple observed their golden wedding anniversary. With them were their four sons and daughters and 24 romping grandchildren. The celebration was intended by Hoard of the Methodist church of Crawfordsville t u be a delegate to J the Bishops' Conference with return •ifced veterans, to be held tomorrow ^g through Sunday in Columbus Ohio Sponsored by the Council of Bi( - shops of the 'Methodist Church the as n "surprise" for the elderly couple. Not a word of their plans wns whispered in the presenc; of Mr. ind Mrs. Stallings. But the secret apparently was not well guarded. In Inter years there were good time '"'"'' ..... " ...... '••" - '•-• "— ' •— • conference bring together thousand veterans from all parts of the nation for three days discussion with the bishops. The purpose of the meeting is to clarify the relation or the church to veterans, the contributions veterans can make, and the ways the church can continue the re-integration of returning servicemen. Crawfordsville Methodist Church «as designated by Bishop Paul B. Martin t l.COO send one delegate. Only the 42.000 Methodist churches in the country were given is privilege. Mr. 'Joiner was , discharged six months ago after having served four years, eight months in the Caribbean and Pacific theaters of war. 'Treasury Raid' Proposal Held Revolutionary WASHINGTON, July 3. iUPI — Six Republicans on the House Ways and Means Committee yesterday denounced as "revolutionary" a committee proposal to double the federal grant for old age and blind benefits to 11 low-income slates. They issued nn angry minority report describing the plan as "ail opportunity for certain states to make another raid upon the treasury." ' The full committee approved the plan -yesterday in reporting out the Social Security bill. It provides the "way and got married," Mrs. Sttil lings remarked to a Courier New reporter. Her dark' eyes sparkled n she told of the courtship so loni ago when she was a girl of 18 an< her successful admirer was a IHh young farmer of 20. Of course, they hud their trou bles. Plenty of them. Right afte they were married even, things wer difficult, because the bride's par tuts were furious over their elop'-' ment, and It was not until severa months Inter that they "made up. because when ihe Stallings clou as. embled. their cars creaking under loads of bulging ice cream freezers and r, box containing a big white cake from the bakery, the couple met them at the door, beaming with happiness and dressed "for company." There was Mrs. j. A. Haynes of Clear Luke, Mrs. Richard Haynes Of Yarbro (they married brothers). Clay Stallings. of Reece community, and Wesley Stallings of near Blythevllle. These four children ot the couple were accompanied by their wives and husbands and youngsters. -. - Survive Many "Troubles" For Mr. and Mrs. Stnlling.s, it was a heart-warming climax to the horse-aml-buggy romance that 1low, ered so many years ago when they were young people on neighboring farms in the old of Noclena. river community ami bad. Farming is just that way But the stallhigs smiled in thei days of happiness and kept goln in times of sorrow. Mill Active As Fanners Tcday, this elderly farmer "an liis wife, still remarkably .young looking i], spite of their 70 and & years, reside in n comfortable horn at Yarbro where they still carr on their farming. Both have spent most of tne lifetime In Mississippi County, a though both were born in Midd Tennessee. Mr. Stallings, whose pur cuts were Mr. and Mrs. JoSej: Stallings, came to Arkansas wit them in I8b2. He remembers oro: sing-thi: Mississippi River nt Piu' Point | aboard a steamboat whlc ferried the family's livestock ai household belongings. Mrs. Stallings and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Burnett, moved to this state a year later, both the Burnetts and the Stallings taking Arson, Looting : o//ow Indian Cult Warfare BOMBAY, July 3. (UP)—Arson, oting ntid slabbing flared ahew dny In Ahmldabnd where 33 nti 1 ins were reported killed and 'J50 jured iti bloody religions riots. Soldiers fired at those attempt- g to loot and scl tins to uuild- gs, a noon communique from Ihe p en commander reported. Home Mlnbtcv Mom'rjl Dcstil left obna by air for Almiedahad today aid lu settling the religious riots nd street fighting between Mos- ins and Jains, n dissenting Hindu c't. Too Late to C testify iedriHiins I'hone ! for Rent for Men. Kims. Burnished re-decunitvd bed room willi or without kiU'lu'n privik'tfcs. i!18 K Davis. 7-3-pk-7-l HENRYS Tttacket 309 NORTH 6th ST. Eog/e Stomps With Every Purchase Big News! Important News for Food Buyers! You Will Find Here the Finest Selection of ^•-V/T-V- T "v •\\ W'^'-v-^ •tf&M. Baby Chicks, All Summer Heavy breeds^ 3 to 30 days old. Prices reasoniBle. Good supply feeila (\nd poultry supplies. North 4th at Elevator Feed Store. Radio Service "rig" Angel ADAMS APPLIANCE - CO., Inc. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Phone 2071 200-08 W. Main "We've never heen sorry \ve ran up farming around Nodena. Maid Who Kidnaped Employer's Child Gets 7-Year Prison Term ASHEVILLE, N. C., July 3. (UP) —Lorettn Brozek. 20-year-olrt farm gii'l, • who kidnapped n four-year- old child out of n craving for affection, w .is scheduled to leave here todny in the company of a U. S. mnrshall for the federal prison at Alderson, w. V&.. where she will begin serving n seven year term for the offense. The former Nebraska farm girl, who v;as hired by Mr. and Mrs. most generous states with the Income. The Republicans said 5 federal benefits to | Ant| rew Taylor, 'of Charlotte, last tie lowest per capita'. Fel) ruaiy as nursemaid for their two children and a week later ab- the proposal to give the 11 poorest states — most of them in the South— twc federal dollars for each dollar put tendeie l o the kidnapping charge, up by the state was "revolution nry." Highway Traffic Predicted for Holiday LITTLE ROCK, July 3. (UP) — An estimated 40,000 Arkansas motorists will take to the highways today us they begin their celebration of the first peacetime Fourth of July in five years. The State Highway Department reported today that most of the highways are in fan- shape. Read Courier News W»nt Afls. ducted the couple's child, Terry, to Annapolis, Md., was given the sentence after pleading nolo con- NOTICE OK GRANTING OF LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given Unit the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas has issued a permit, No. 194 to Phil Hassell to and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as 315 Main, Blytheville.. Tills permit issued on the 1st day of July. 1946, and expires on the 30 day of June, 1947. Phil Hassell, Pcrmittu?. 6|27-7I3 CITY GARAGE & Welding Shop Auto Repairs, Welding Ph. 874 '100 1C. Main Refrigerator Service Fred lawler ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., |nc. J W. Adnus Mjr. Phone 2071 2W-9S W. Mjin f K you me suffering torture with crotch t'itcli, Cpruitus) Itching fcul or toes, nth* Tletc'3 foot, fnctorv Itch, none itch, Tjcr'd itch, ringworm or llching-burnjiiij ^kln when line to n futlttus Infection. «ct a Imltlc or BON'OEASE todny. The very Jirst application should give you soothing relief and a few treatment.: prove that you have nl last found :i "really sat is In c to ry relief from your tol- lure. BONDEASE Is a itainlcss liquid: <! clo«s not contain mercury. UONDEAS : costs only 50c. If yon nrc not nctu.illy nmnrcd at the relief the first belli.: brings, your money will be refunded.— : Adv. ROTIIKOCK DRUG STORE 2«S West Main St. We Haye Them! . . . n Bathinette's "Babee Buoy" Bathers FREE Gift Wrapping TOT SHOP Phone 23M 105 South Second MILLIONS TO LOAN 4 % Farm Loans "G.t." City Loans F.H.A. Loans Also: Conventional Loans 5-7 & 10 Years on Good Residence and business Property. W. M. BURNS REAL iSTATE and INSTANCE COMPANY PHONE: 3361 Why Mountain Valley Water Is Recommended for Arthritis-Kidney Bladder CONDITIONS This natural minera.1 water from Hot Springs, Arkansas, helps to— Stimulate kidney function. Soothe bladder irritation. Neutralize urtcacidlty. Discharge poisonous wastes. MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER From Mot Springs, Ark. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main & Division, Blythevilte, Ark. V&w*w J&&*m ,?*i \S "</* f •* '41^' ^'* X 'H ^% VltAM 1 * TIME-SAV/N6f Displayed in the Most Mo dcrn Case in Blytheville Strawberries, Lb. .......'.'...... 69c Blackberries, Lb. ;..,.,. . 59c Applesauce, Pkg. . ...... 36c Green Peas, Pkg. . .... , . . /. 29c Broccoli, Pkg. \ .". . ."..'.' ....."....', 38c Asparagus, Pkg. 39c Cauliflower, Pkg. 39 C Rhubarb, Pkg. .'...::.... 24c ICE CREAM, Taft Moody Pints 24c this Weeks JACK SPRAT TOMATO JUICE - - 46 oz. 24c JACK SPRAT Grapefruit Juice - - - 46 oz. 27c MONARCH JARS, CAPS, IIDS * RUBBERS And follow inMrucliontin - Ball Blue Book. To get your copy •em) IQc with yowrnime and addmcto— Ult MOTMHrS COH?*NY, M»ntk, Iml. Kroger Stores Will Maintain Present Prices! KROGER STORES WILL MAINTAIN PRESENT TRICKS m:- SPITE EXPIRATION OF O.P.A., ACCORDING TO MR. G. K. BERG, BRANCH MANAGER IN CHARGE OF KKOGKK FOOD STORES OPERATED IN THIS AREA. "JOSEPH B. HALL, KROGER PRESIDENT, HAS OKI>i:KI-:i) THAT PRESENT PRICES BE MAINTAINED DURING THE INTERIM PRIOR TO DECISION OF CONGRESS ON O.P.A., EVEN THOCGH THIS POLICY MAY RESULT IN LOSSKS," MR. BERG CONTINUED. "WE FKEL THAT OUR RESPONSIBILITY FOR GETTING FOOD FROM PRODUCER TO CONSUMER. AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE COST IS MOKE IMPORTANT NOW THAN EVER BEFORE. WE CERTAINLY SHALL DO EVERYTHING IN OUR POWER TO CONTINUE THAT POLICY AND TO COMBAT INFLATIONARY TENDENCIES," MR. BERG DECLARED. ORANGE JUICE - - - 46 oz. 59c SAILORMAN, Cut, All Green ' ~ ASPARAGUS—No. 2 can 34c ARGO SUGAR PEAS,--No. 2can 13c MONARCH P'NUT BUTTER -11b. jar 32c DEL HAVEN PORK and BEANS, No. 2 en Be WELCH'S PURE GRAPE JELLY - - - 11b. 28c OLE TIME Corn Muff in Mix---2 for 19c MISSION Seedless Raisins - - - - 7 oz. 9c POST RICETOASTIES----2for13c MOTHERS, ALUMINUM OATS 3 Ib. pkg. 35c COMET RICE 12 oz. pkg. lOc MONARCH TEA - Ib. pkg. 47c Fresh PRODUCE SUNKIST, Large LEMONS • doz.24c FLORIDA — Best for Juice ORANGES - - lb.9c FRESH APRICOTS Ib. 22c PURPLE— FRESH PLUMS - - - lb.29c FRESH KRISP LETTUCE eachlOc HOME GROWN TOMATOES Ib. 19c HOME GROWN OKRA- Ib. 24c FRESH MEATS BEEF HENS-FRYERS FRESH DRESSED ASSORTED GLASS CHEESE - - ea. 22c LARGE BOLOGNA - - - to. 3Zc ASSORTED LUNCH MEATS BALL ARD'S BISCUITS-can 12c GROUND BEEF, the best lb.39c

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