The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 9, 1946 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 9, 1946
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TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUIUEIl NEWS Minnesota Backs Sfassen Favorite Concedes Defeat to Thyc in Race for Senator. Reception Held for Newlyweds In Club House in Osceola Mr. and Mrs. George A. Oeorg?,, of Luxora. enieitiiliied eundny night v. it|i one of South Mississippi G'6u:i_ ty's outstanding rociul iilfulrs of the summer when they conii))!- mcnled their son, Fred George, iin<l Itis recent bride, the former Miss Lorenc RUchey of Ulrmintshain, Ala., v,H)i a reception at the Com- MINNKAPOI. IS, July B, CUP)— miniity Club House In Osceola. en. lienril: fhipstcad. K-year-old | The guests of honor were married '"'"''•"'list senator from Minnesolii. | June 26 In a ceremony nt St. George Church In Birmingham. The 200 guests at Die formal reception and dance had a setting ol flora) arrangements, balloons anil crepe paper sticamers. ' Guests were received by Mr. and Mrs. George, the bride mul bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Ferris RUchey >t:lrndld people ol ci Birmingham, parents of the tiio Semite. I am hiiile; Miss Mildred Ritchey, s'sier lo the people ol of Ujc bride, who was licr maid -j" hnd tlio privilege honor, and F.divard Shlbley, cousin is ihem for 21 .rears." or the bridegroom, who served |ib Sl'.lpMnrut said in a • brief best man. 7:24 a.m. . I The bride and bridegroom led th; .iipvmvtui! by Harold Ulanee, for which Dul:c Doyle Lee tfcat in the Primary lo conceded Republican senu- Gov. lid.vurj J. his d torn] \ Thve. "C^ov. 'j'hyc ijj apparently win- niiu; ihi> iinmin:itlon. HLs election EccjM:; assured. I ji( iul hitii my eon- lo si,] vi '" ' " Mimii-oU deeply the stall Of KI'I'V •Senaloi- Klnlcineiil at ID v.-j K. Etiiracii a |,,| his victory b:ilsicrccj jnncl bis orcliestra provided nuisU Stawen's KH!i Presidential hopes I Wearing a blue net evening go'.vn and was considered un I'lidorsenieiii by Minni'sdi.i voters of the United Nations principle. _ • . Will. i:m pi'oclncls out of Ihe 3.1U7 rtixirted. Tbvr had 122,11!) voles to 74.!'M for Shipstead. (-•oincldenlally. Thye's running mate and ihe oilier Rtassen-ixicki-d enndidaie, I.uthei' w. yomisdiilil. :«!)[ieai'rd rs.'-ul'i'ci ci! tile Rnpnljli- c:!li gubernatorial nomination. Wllh l.:ni prccitiets. he had 12D.-!i7 vun-s lo UU.275 Inr Fljalmar Peterse-i. Pr-torsen luid t-onduclrcl a iinr- linilailv vidiiilit; e.iinpaign against tht- ailinini.sti'atirjn of former c;ov- cinoi 1 Slnsxen ;\\v( Tliyi:. with drop shoulders, the bride's corsage of white lilies touched with red. Presiding nt the refreshment table were Mrs. Louis George ol Csccola; Miss Elizabeth Shiblev of New Madrid, .Mo.; Miss Alice Saii- ha of Blylhcville and Miss Eva |Ciear(*e and Miss Kdnn 'George, bnlh [or Lusorii. ( Cllier gnesls includc<l Fred, Hrn- sincl Mrs. A. 1 11. Hiuiiru and Mr. '"d Mrs. Sinn Ihimru or I'ortiiEC- 'Ille. Mo.; Mrs. W. lUunrii and danthter, Miss Maxlne llumra. it A'nriloll, Mo.; Mr. mul Mrs. Kliourio uid fnmlly or Hayli, Mo.; Mi'. i'"d is. N. Kouiy and fnmlly of Sleek', Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Ak'c. Bnliba and family 01 Lepanto. Mr. mul Mrs. N. S. Salilv; and family of Joiner; Mr. and Mrs. :)ifliaid Akle and Huiillv of Joiner; Mrs. ticorge shlbley or Copper Illh, Tenn.; Mrs. John Sanaha of Tuckahoe, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred .i of Memphis; Mr. and Mis. Clunk's Corey, Mrs. Nftth Moore nnil family. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. U. Ealibii, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shili- ley nnd family. l>r. and Mrs. .1. ;/. ; a!lba and family, Mrs. M. George :md family, Rene Gc'oriie. Mr. and ry and Sam Eltns Jr.. of Cairo, 11!.: Mrs. A. Slckorey and sons. Charles and Fred, of Lilbonrn, Mo.; Mr, Mrs. Fred faliba. Miss Sallie Sallba, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Moses. Miss Mable Simon, Tom and Mike Simon. Mr. mul Mvc. C. AbrnlvA'.u. Mitchell Johns, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ci. O. Saliba Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Marney Manning and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Ueal. nil or nlylheville. Joe liitchvy and Eddie 1'urro, both of Birmintiham; Miss Helen llamra of Caintbersvllle; Mi>. llondi'na liinnrn and Mrs. Shole Nasal, buih ol Portngeville; Mr. and Mrs. John ytiibley, Mr. and Mrs. Edward shtbli'V, Mrs. O. SliilJ. ley and fiimily. all or- New Madrid, .V.o.. and Waddell Sliibiey of Se:i- atli. MD. Servicemen Ma/ce Greater Use of VA Contact Ottico A total of 379 veterans and members of their families vblU'd tin. 1 Veterans Ailininisti ndon Contact Olllce In niythevlIlL- durin;; June, lU'cnrdin;'. to \Vylnnir II. pops, or the Velcrniis Admlnlstnillou Ollk". DurbiK Muy U2J veleruns rejoivod informullon and counsellnt; :it - >'<c office. Lust month the olVIci- prcpivied 105 applications for Government benefits, including applications for relnstulcment and conversion of National Service Life Insurniico, free edHcnlionnl nnil trnmint; bsneiils. ami other inallei-j udminlsU're.l by Ihe Veterans Adminlslrullon. During May the contact of lice prepared 88 of the applications for its clients. fn addition to malntnlnlni; in: office "in Hlylhevllle (In- Vclvrnns Ad- mli'Jslriitlon nriiresiminllvf n'.al:e: periodic visits lo Osceolu and Mn- I'lon In order to serve the vcli-runs In those coiniminllles. Fruif Stand 'Holds the Line' I'iEU-EFONTAINE, O. (UP)—If? lot ilinl P.lice Chief A. D. Paden or Delk'foninlne is ppposcd to mat- ilmony or wedding celebrations, but Dulles dcllnlte'y hqvp.bccu -l"PI"';l In uc'lcfontnhie. —' chiefs bun on ciich pryaOes followcil n noisy tuiir of the town by n cnnivfin or moru Until .'u curs IIH (lie prlm.'lp.ils of the lock: hi triumph 011 u French Pleased Bfide With America Howard Hughes Battles for Life Fol[owing Crash Senate, House Conferees F/na//y Agree WASHINGTON, July 9., (UD — Senate nnd House conferees have HKVERLY HILI,S. Calif.. July 0. tUPi —S!mrt«m«ii Howavcl HusliR.s fought stubbornly for his life today whi'it a special coips of hospital oflicials slrnsBletl almost as stiib- ] 1)c approved by the House and Sento keep dozens of business atc |)Cfo) . c bemg scnt lo thc w ,,i tB room. | }j ou ,j C The measure simply au- i reached atjfeemeni on a 5til5.30o.070 rivers and harliors authorisation bill, largest of its kind sinM 1041. The conference yersipn nov/ must ^.'ycenilcs a.\ay from his ^, '['hey didn't gel much coopers- ' lion from Uu- -JO-year-old nnilli- millloiiiiire »iipl»]ie designer and! movi<! jiiaE;er. wlio cra.shc<I Sunday ' night on a lesl flight of his now XF11. At'jiiv aei'ial reconntiis-sance plan;'. He wanlcd lo Itirn his-<ixy- Bcn lenl. inio a business office. A Iini;ho:; spokesimiu- sukl there was litlle change in his conilliion, "eit}H'i- up , ; v down"—and that his condition .slill v\as critical. "i'ho next 2! hoti:-, pivbably will tell the story," hr said. Htighe.v fivst, concern on regaining was for anyone Viho mf<;]it l^nvo h^en injured when iiis piano struck two hc-usss • ancl plowed inlo a SICO.OBn niaiislon in the exclusive Bel Air residential district. Me dispatched Walter ReynuMs of iluRhes Productions, Inc., to the scene of the wreck but was assured 1hat. no one was bint. Hughes said l'-c kneu' ];e \vas in trouble half hour before he crashed. ?lo Mealing a parachute,, be added, but ^decided to stay with his ship. Liixora Society—Personal The Rev. Aubrey Hill of Jacksonville. Ala., v.ill be the speakei tomorrow morning and evenim at I.uxora Churcll. The Church has not had n min islcr for thc past several months ,sincc the re.siioialion of ihe F 'o. G. ItickK, HOW pastor of Ilar burg Baptist Church. LINCOLN, Neb. (UI'i- Seven 4-1 club girls strved notice to tin Cass county boys they \vil have plenty of competition i n babj beef shows (his fall. thorix.e.s the projects; Congress must puss separate legislation lo appro- riale the actual funds. The bill would mithome n loi-.g- ,inge program of constrnciion and epair. It carries no funds for the rojects, bnt'merely ftuthori/!es even- ual conslruction. Aetual work xviil ot start until Congress votes the lece.ssaty fmuls. ' •. The. confcrenee accepted nil mendmcnis recommended by Ihe Senate.'which raised the Dill's au- horisuitions from the HOUSC-DP- iroved total of $517.145,070. Supreme Court Revarnps Rules On Admissions 1TTU3 ItOCK, Ark., July 0. (Ul'i—In its linnl session ot the Summer. thi> Arknnsas supreine Court yesterday atu\cnince<l change.s In two rules for admission lo the- slate i)ar. The court raised from three lo four years the lime an aUomey inust have tjccn admitted to the bar of another stale before applying for admission in Arkansas, and ordered that the jipplicant IIIUKI have practiced for ut least three years. IC.M'oplions were yranlL'd, however, to men in the armed sei-v_ ices. Thc other rule change raised from Sh) lo S50 thc fee which must ac- coinpany ihc applie.alion rf an cut-of-state atloriiey in applying Tor admission to the Arkansas bar wit ".cut examination. ' MCNTC1CMEHV. Ala., July 0. lUI'l--'!'!!!! IIIHI uttrnctlvtt, 21-yonr- i'W Mnrle Alhadeff. u i-Yeiich war bride who eliitnis she saw Ihe N:i/.l l ; li'l|l Mmslial Krwlu Itommrl (he day he. was falnlly shot, Ihlnks here's "m> place tike America— especially Ihe .Souili." aomellnies she |;el.s lonely lor nor family in praiiei'. but 'when -he reciills her life under N;i/.l dom. iiiallon jilie stntl).-; am] feels lhat '•he's lucky l:eliin in America. Mnile's life i.-; like : , story bi>ok. She was ("reed lo work In n lierlin luclm-y sleeping ;> lop ,\ (rl|ile-dcclc cot In ii church housing s'ave la- J.prer.-:. \yhile on n pass from Germany phe fled the Gestapo findin.; lier- Bclt in Normandy when (he. AUU'it invusinn came. And she met her Ol husband, a former ir.Cunlryiimn allaehecl to a medical bultalioti. at u canteen while wovkliiu (or the AiiH-rlciin I'.cil Cross in Purls. Navigation on Ouachita Jo Be Discussed Tonight ARKADELPHIA, Ark.. .July D. fUP>—Plans for Hie dcvclopincnt :>r nnvigatloiv' on the O\iatihitr> NORMAN. Ofcl.1. (UPI—The Naval Atr Techntcal Tiulnini? ceutrr at Norman will KO on a slsimi-by basis June 1. it. «a.s annoimoed by cnpt. II. II. Hopkins, comnii'jitl- Inc olficer. 't will here River as far as Rockpo :iif:eusscd at a meeting night. A nine-foot channel . to Camdcn id n six-fool channel from Cnni- dcn Jo Rockpov! lias been endovse;! ijy three groups—(he Onachlta Vol- :ey Association, the Ouachita Area Development Council and Uic South Arkansas Planning Association. Read Courier New? Want Ads RELIEVE THAT TORMEHTING PIN-WORM fl^F^P I • ••• •• • • ^. •• • • 'T** • It is no ton cor nocoasnrj- tn'rut UD with the trouble causal by Pin- Worms I A highly cffoc- vc vrny to <Jeal \\ith tins Infection FIRS been csLabliHliciJ. ^Vsk your rlrunKist for P-W, iHu Pin-\Vorm taU&ts developed in the laboratories of Dr. D. Jayue £ Son. The urnatl, essy-to-t ako P-W tablets act in a special way 1q remove rin-Worma. So don't take chances with the embarrass ina reclfll itch anil other distrna causeil by these crpaturca that Hvc inside the human lody. lif you suspect Pin-Wormg. ict JAYNE'S P-W and follow the directions/ Your driicc Est k nowa : P^W for Pi n-Worms 1 CAKI> OF THANKS We wish Lo "extend our sincere thiinks to the irtuny friends who were KO nice- al Uic time of Llio rccrnt tlen ill of J^i'ck BnTih:!. Wife. Mrs. Jpck HnlilKi Chile! re n, Bnvbara Jean and Jack, Jr. FIREWORKS Crisay Cold Fruits Vegetables, Watermelons Grocery Announcement The Little Shop In The Noble Hole! Is Open - wilh ;t complete line (if jjontl Liquors, Wines and Cordials V. Arthur I 1 '. Stilt :nnl Kanilstreet Oniu-ra Harold 'Frog' Schoenficld Gat 6 days plowing in only 5 days I'rcsklcnl Truman's plo;i U> prevent ninnwny prices niter Ol'A'sj (lentil, linl|)li Merson, Now York prniliica mnrkct owner, l>uls up :i slj!ii pledging low prices. Al rli;hl, ;m nssisliml signs on toinnloi.'s, reducinu their price live rents a puulul. \Vlu>ii. u- ijow-jiropnsi'd Hiannel In 111" (lull . . ™ ii enifii!l'.'l»d. New Oi'lcan-. will ji' oj!f of the l'e',v poll:; in v.urtd which Is fvrvocl bv bull rivi-1' Tliln utent iiiwllrliio In lawmt* to o puln. nervous dl^ln-tui inul , minky.'iliajir.tit (nil' ol rxnih rillldlniml llionlhly Nr\vs \V:mt Ads. Bowel Cleaning Power Of Inner-Aid Medicine Civo 1 to 2 on iiny We'll Make H Worl Fred Callihan Phone 2642 \V«> Call Kor anil l)ollv«r H:i.!l,. S;ilfN mill Sri-ri 1(1(1 Souili l-Nrsl St. Appli- Join ferric* tfafc (Tw« 8«rr«t« €*•» » T« Repairs In Electric ancen Fully BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. (Where C*wt«*y I* N«4 » MmMry) Bt rhyM »fl* USED CARS WANTED * We wi|l pay you the full Of A Ceiling plus your extra equipment. !f >oii M ro f:<)in^ to keep your jircsenl cur 'let ns von an I'sliiiinlc on rocinnlilloniiit; your motor, and piiintlntc, Cri'ilil (finis c»n be nrnin|fe<l. Tiren. Tub*t» »n«l n nil hiiinu riullnH fur Lee Motor Sales, »qU» [Trndui plto«i«'SJ» One ninti ircenlly look 1NNUR- AIIJ Ilirci' <lnys iiiul .suM uflcr- tt'nrd lluit he never wimlil luivc hli> ijcnly conli'.Lneil KU much llHI'.y Milisliince. He imys his stDiiinch. UUesUne.s, Ijowels mul whtile .system were sui th(]|'tm r thly clcnnscd Hint his consliinl heiul- nclic.s ciiniu lo uu oiul, several iilm- l>ly skin erni>nons on Ills fuel; dried up ovcrniyht. nnd even the rlieumalli: pain;; In lib knee disappeared. At [iieBent he. Is' an :iltogether different mini, feeling linu In every way. INNER-ATD contuins rj Crcnt Ilcrhs; they eleiuise bowels, dimr l!iis from Ktonineh, :,el on slii«i!lsh I'ver mul kidneys. Miserable people sofin reel different nil over. .So don't no oi\ .siilTerlnc) C!et INNKH- A1.D. Sold hy'iiii dni[; slnrcs hero in UlytUevilln. INSURANCE... For Your Freshly Washed Car! 24 Hour insurance—25c 11' it ruins within 2'I hours afler you'have h.-iil your 1'iir washed at our station anil you are u holder of our Cnrd, juHt present Curd widiin .18 hours and we will vviiiih ii ,it, > n SPECIAL! Wash & Grease Job— $1.50 'S AUTO SERVICE Your One-Si up Station ASH and At the Armory Sponsored hy Catholic Altcir Society Roseland Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS OPICN SUNDAY — GAS 20c ~ CJcorjfc Davis, Manager Hiwuy 18 West Top Prices for Cattle, Hogs Short haul -^--Uess shrinkage and no commission means more money for your livestock. LEO SWIFT Phone 3458 CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale sec me. I linve buyers for homes. List your properly with me. My commission is 5%I have no sidelinea. H. C. CAMPBELL Ofrice 120 So. Second Tlioneg f46 o The sclf-clcaiiiiis OPEN CENTER keeps luffs o])cn at bolh ends. Gives cacli lug an entering cdj>'e to slarl (he bile. So, the whole lug digs down deeper, }?cls more ;rrip. Ask any neighbor now using Hiirc-firips. He'll confirm what tests prove . . . You gel iip lo 22% more work with less fuel when you use Goodyear Sure-Grip Tractor Tires. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. CARTERS INSURNCE 2311 f.2G North 01 Ii Open 7 Days a Dial For Complete Protection • ACCIDENT & HEALTH • HOSP1TAUZATION • FIRE • AUTOMOBrLB • LIABILITY • BURGLARY • PLATE GLASS •TORNADO • SURETY BONDS • AVIATION STUDEBAKER FIRST NATIONAL Wo Biiy ;md Sell GOOD IJKKJ) CARS J.LOUIS CHERRY Representing Life Insurance mylhcvirte, Ark. INSURANCE AGENCY 108N. 2nd CIIAS. 15111 NEB Railroad & Ash Sts. 1'hone 21(15 Little Beaver onjjxe Iran J.iM ) «C RED RYDER VfEAH. HICKS/ SS » BUZZARD "APP W 1rt' CORRAL <{ Y013 ON W HEAD BO lEttf WHE14— K V HE COULD 'DOCTOR HIDE it GOOD ! >i * ^^^--V. v j, +-~t\*' *'*V't'< T.ESLIB TURNED WASH TUBES OKW, WE'LL DODGE INTO THERE'S ft SEASON WHS I CjWT LET THW WOODLUW VENRN WHERE IUOO>\ 10 KE^IER S«N<E HlW, THEN" WOrTiX VOU CARE THEY'RE ..V WTERIH'SNRONS GLJS... "YEP. ONE Of THE»A FELLERS I HEARD TW.KIN' >,BOUT VOU... LOOK,?N?P; HERE'S THATTHOR- OUSHBREP MAT 15JST 90U3m! MR.WMW! THOT MAN WITH THE UMBRELLA! UK WMCHiNS .W6 FROM. BEHWP A TREE " BUT IT'S IS\PORT(\NT THAT I EIUD6 TM05 C'JAON / CUTHBSRT. I WE'RE GOIN' \ HOWE NO\M! Minnie Lee Jones Music Stucfip ENROLL NOW for Summer Classes in Piano Phone 2994 or Write Miss Jpnes 807 Chickasawba fvlllr, Arkansas Join the Ark. Automobile Club . and enjoy it's many benefits. YOUR MEMBERSHIP SAVES YOU 20- ON AUTO INSURANCE Ivan R, Van Patten Your Safes Representative 418 S. Luke St. Residence Phone 2409 .•;.). No Woiting/ No Delay! in Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Writ* ' FLORIDA REAL LOAM COMPANY ANDREW J. FLOUIPA, Vice-President PHONE 210 Mississippi County Bank Building Osceola, Arkansas

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