The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 10, 1946 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 10, 1946
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Union to Save Political Fund Whitney of Troinmen ' Soys Truman Doomed To Defeat in 1948. WASHINGTON, July 10. (UP> — President A. F. Whitney of tlie Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen said today he Is so confident thai President Truman will he defeated In 1948 that "we wilt 1101'ncca lo spend" any of the $2,MO,000 lie 1ms pledged ns on nntl-Truiunn fund. Testifying before a House v JLt\!*jpY' subcommittee, WhltnLv rriteriiUd that his union had $2,500.000 which would be devoted to fisUtlnij Mr. Truman In event he Is n cur.cUrtat'j fpr reelection In 1948. '•' i^'But I am convinced Ihhl lie \\ill jiot need to spend any money lj defeat President Trumun fltouki lie become a candidate," ho added. Whitney, n leader in tho recent nationwide railroad strike, originally made his pledge in protest against wnat he considered unfair Irral- mcnt by the President in settling the walkout. Whitney bitterly rcvlMvoJ (lie history of the strike, which caiiu 1 to a climax when the President; apnnarcd before Congress on Mny 25 and asked for power to draft strikers against the government lino tho Army. He said the Presidi>i\i'^ action r.lded a drive by Industry to smash unions through a conceited campaign "while the treasure chests of the corporations are s^lll inflated with tremendous \var profits.'' ' "They reached a tnumphiuit climax in their'efforts when the President of the United SliiUw actect swiftly and decisively in their behalf to break the striVj of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and the Brotherhood at Locomotive Engineers," Whitney said. The subcommittee is Eludylng the "basic causes" of indiiiittiiil unrest with a view 'to recommending i>er- m'anent labor legislation to the next session of Congress. V/hliney snid that a great deal of btanii! lor discontent among worke.'s c^uld bfj laid at the door of Congress itself. "They (the workers! fear thi.i. Congress by passing harmful legislation and refusing lo pa*; |;ood legislation will undo the hrjndhvotk ai great lenders of the people and reimpoBe slavery x on American labor," he said. In Hollywood hy KKSKINK JOHNSON NKA Stuff Correspondent HOLLYWOOD, July 10. (NEA» — Hedy Lamarr was Allowing us som- home movies the other night tf her year-old daughter* Denise Hed. v.'ig." "Quite a .scene - steaU'er," we coimnented. "Yes," sold Hedy, ".she's theonlp dame in Hollywood who can upstage ine without a IlL'lil." Mnrquee sign on Sunset Blvc!.: "She couldn't Suy No—He Stayed for breakfast."., .Laralne l)ay'» asking-price per iiicturc. now that she is free-lancing. Is exactly the total of her full year's snlary nt M-G-M. where she Just broke her contract.. A salvage crew cleaning up tl>e .Briltiiny beaches has rejwrledly discovered Hie lull ol an airplane which has been Identified, by its numbers, as the out the late Major Glenn Miller was aboard when he disappear^,!. Dec. 14, 1944, on n flight from England to Prance. Infant note: Dottle Lnmour's son Is cutting Ills first tooth—on onu of Dottle's $2000 gold lockets .. Sign on a shoe-shine stand at the Sinn Goldwyu studio: "Slioc-shln- Ing and /rec-lancc acting.. .Tlvit new Hurry Von Zcll-Pcte Roberts tune hits a new high In lonesome- IICKS—"Even My congressman Won't Write Back." FEMININE ANIMAL Al'FEAI, Maybe they Ilguie the public will buy more tickets to see boys with girls' names—Lassie is a boy dog. and a new M-G-M horse star. Onllnnt Bess, Is n boy horse...Red Skclton's^ new name for Bikini— "Nothing Atoll." ...Dick Haymes Is Incorporating because of his radio, recording, and film activities. In "My Darling Clementine." Linda Darnell nets thrown Into a horse trough by Henry Fonda. The studio took no chances. Thi 1 trough was lined'with pneumatic rubber cushions. • • • Ann Miller's first c.lft for he" baby was from Kccnnn Wynn — u brltfred muslaclic-cup. Kecnnn swears li was the cup he used as a baby.. .Buddy Honors may mirchns:! some of Deann;i Dili bin's old nlc- tui'cs, for remakes starring his 15- year-old .singing discovery. Nit.i Hunter. Jimmy Dunn will bu slur. red in Vivian Cosby* glory, "The Pitchman." IHSAI'I'OINTINO DKIUIT Jose Ilurbl'ti two small granddaughters were disappointed v,'lien llley snw tht'in.selvos on tlie s.ieen for tlie first time in "Hejldiiy in Mexico." "Wo thought." they said, "Unit we would look like Margaret O'Brien.".., Promised and hoprd for: Jimmy UuriiiUc'ti impersonation of p. Sinatra in "It Happened in llrooklvn.".. .Patricia Morlson has dropped 42 iiomuls for » itlam- or-glrl comeback. . • • • New twosome: Roddy McDawall and Ann Blylh at the Blltmorc Bowl'. ..Hcd Skellon nnd Frank Boraigc have become golfing pals since the director married Skelton'.s cx-wifc. Edna ..Jeanetle MacDonald will viind up her tour of the British Isles July 13. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1946 said, estate arc hereby notified to' exhibit the tininc to the nnderslimed executrix, properly authenticated, within six months from the dutc of the first publication of this notice or they will be barred forever nml precluded from any benefits In such estate, The address of said Executrix Is I30S West Ash Street, Blythevillo, Arkansas. Dated (Ills the 1st day of July 1040. Dorothy McKiiignl Fox Executrix of the Estate of Thomn.s Frederick Fox, Deceased. 7(3-10-17 Mrs. Floy<| stride, fifth grade: Miss Nadine Grable, sixth gradrt. and Mrs. Flora Mae Tluton. seventh grade. Mrs. Don Tatuin Is assistant supervisor of hot lunch department. She is assisted by Mrs. Viola Mi- Donald, Mrs. Mary Glover. MM. Mae Davis and Mrs. Rosctia Hedge. Hilcy Powell Is It; school'* carpenter. IN THE I'HOBATK COI1KT FOIl THE CHICKASAWItA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. In the matter of the estate of Thomas Frederick Fox. deceased. NOTICK Notice Is hereby given that Letters Testamentary were granted to the undersigned Dorothy McKnirjiu Fox on the 1st day of July, 1940, upon the Estate of Thomas Frederic!; Fox. Deceased, by the Clerk of the Probate Court for the Chli:Kasawh:i District of Mississippi Coimtv, Arkansas. All persons having claims against Read Courier News Want Ads. Save Money Today, Any Day STOP AND SWAP KI.UEUT HUFFMAN'S 401 K. Main Phone 859 You Must Be Happy nr Nt> Deal IN Till: FKOHATK C'OIIKT FOR TIM-: CillCKASAWMA OlSTIUCT OF .MISSISSIPPI COUNT*, AK- KANSAS. In the Matter of (he Estate of Thomas Frederick Fox, Deceased. NOTlCi: OF 1MUWATK OF WILI, Mallei' is hereby given tliat the last will and testament of Thomas Frederick Fox was presented in conmum farm,to the Probate Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, on the 1 tiny of .July. 194Q. An appeal from .such probate cnn he affected only hy filing petition, staling the grounds of such appeal lo this court within six months from the ctatc of this notice. Witness my haiid and seal this the 1 day of July, 1910. T. W. POTTER, Clerx Hy Elinabflh Hlylhc. D. C. 1J3-10-17 NOTICK OF CKANTIN'i OF 1.IQUOK PERMIT Notice IK-hereby given unit the Commissioner of Revenues of llic State of Arkansas has issued a permit. No. 182 to Buford and C. A. Martin to sell and dispense vinous or .spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described us 112 West Main Street. Blythevillc, This permit Issued on the 1st day of July, 1940, and expires on tlie 30 day of June, 1947. liuford Martin Permittee. 113-10 NOTICE OF GRANTING OF LIQUOR PERMIT Notice Is hereby given that the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas has Issued a permit, No. 184 to Buford and C. A. Martin to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as 420 West,Ash Street, Blythevillc. J. LOUIS CHERRY Kcpreientiiif riew York Life Insurance Co. Bljthtvllle, Ark. Manila Schools Begin Term With 7 New Teachers - MANILA, Ark., July 10.—Manila Public Schools began the regularly scheduled . 1940-41 term Monday wiih seven new teacher^. W. W. Fowler, superintendent, announced. - They arc: J. Bruce, principal or the High School, and band director; Mrs. O. O. Stivers, supervisor Home Economics and hot lunch and canning program; John L. Bunker, coach and social science: Mrs. J. Woody stovall. Home Economics; Miss Fannie Haddock r thiru grade; O. O. Stivers and yoy Evans. Veterans Agriculture Department. Other teachers are: W. W. Fowler vl superintendent: Mrs. Opal Bone, . supervisor elementary department; Miss Chqloa..McCorn\lr.k. intermedlrtte""gfades: L- K. Holt vocational agriculture training pro. gram; Mrs. Elizabeth Miles, commercial subjects and trade and Industry; Miss Thelma Fowler, social science and senior Enpiish; Miss Ruth Horner, English * and Journalism; Mrs. Hattle Mae Grimes, Music Department: Miss Nola Jean Guntcr, (irst grade: Mrs. Joe Osborne, second grade; Miss Katherine Grable. fourth .grade: Need a . 24-hr. Service ( TAXI!! Call Bonded and Insured 968 Bill W under lich LUMBER-All Kinds! ( . 6" & 8" center match ,. No. 1 red shingles ( . Composition shingles ,. Weatherboard drop siding ,. Framing, all sizes v . Flooring/ Plywood , Tile beard r masonite Our Ivly Special: Aluminum corrugated tin $10 per square We make cabinets, window frames & door frames to fit. SMALL BROS. LUMBER Phone 46, Senath, Mo. This permit issued on the 1st day of July, 1940 ami expires on the 30 day of June. 1947. Bulord Martin ^utmlltce. 1J3-10 FIREWORKS Crispy Cold Fruits Vegetables, Watermelons flADTPDO Grocery K UAH I ClfO Market G2G North (ilh Street Open 7 Days a Week CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. List your prop«rty with me. My commission U 5%. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Of fire 12« So. Sec«nd Phones 44C «r ti Roseland Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS OPEN SUNDAY — GAS 20c George Davis, Manager Hi way 18 West Yes, Folks! Come and Gel Them! We have a Good Stock of All Brands of Cigarettes per carton Tax Paid. V\\ Let's eat...Have a Coke Dancing Every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Marie 67 Itofce Doyfe Le« and his 7-Piece Band For Reservations Call 3984 TWIN GABLES CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We Bity and Sell GOOD USED CARS Bill Chambiin — Lex Chimblln Railroad & Ash Sis. Phone 2195 ... making lunchtime refreshment time America's noon hour! In they go in gay groups to enjoy lunchtime. And along with the eats there will be talk and laughter and happy sociabil- ity. Of course, Coca-Cola will be there otFering sociable refreshment to jnake lunchtime that even more enjoyable moment—the friendly pause. IOTUEO UNOtl AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COIA COMPANY BY . COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. ot BLYTHEVILLE Coke = Coca-Col a | M Coca'CoU"and its abbrevia I'Coke" arc the registered tr Imarks which distinguish th /ucl of The Coca-Cola Company. Radio Repair All Makes — All Models. All Work Guaranteed » ATTIC FANS * Record Players RADIOS Electric Toasters Electric IRONS and many other Hard-to-Get Items in everyday use! NOTE: Even though O.P.A. price controls are off, our prices still remain the same. ! CAFE and SERVICE STATION Approved A|\A Station Highway 61 at Holland — 3 ] /2 Miles North of State Line RED RYDER 101) BY FRED HARM AN ETrtiCT F6.L1CFF KOR5t= ? 1 SHORE DID, SOS: HE JWBE ? J .V.WENT THATAVW C HI.AFALCF 50U1?. - .W.J f\= !«CM WHO \S\ D1R1Y WORK Attention, Farmers We have for Immediate Delivery Butane OF Propane Gas -for Cotton, Corn or Cane, Priced at . $ 395 These Cultivators should save their cost In Four Days Use !* APPROVED, INSPECTED AND BONDED BY .jr THE STATE OF ARKANSAS ARKSDALE MANUFACTURING & MACHINE WORKS Phone 2911 — Blytheyille, Ark. „* -.-<*

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