The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1947 · Page 6
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June 6, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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BLVTHEVILLB (ARKJ COUKDBK REWB FIUDAY, JUNE 6, 1947 Report of Grand Jurors Denied " Laney Refutes Probe Group's Charge in Liquor Permit Sales BASEBALL STANDINGS | Con«rac«or Killed SOUTHERN UUGUB New Orleans Mobile Chattanooga . Atlantu Nashville . .. i Birmingham {Memphis . Little Rock .. 33 19 31 22 29 26 26 26 24 24 25 30 21 29 20 23 moral character, that he lias never been convicted of u felony or ior»l lurii- ^641! here today for Ciuuli-s Ccdrlc " u "f; «.«.. uu .i.^.se w> soil tx-cr 685^ Turner, 21-year-old El uorndo! ,.L. ',,, h , , ?' s , bccn "' JS'ffW-^^ ^"s 1 !™ -«^ ^ .500 .453 .420 .377 repairing a s ing UTTLE NATIONAL LEAGUE ROCK, Ark, June 6 ' Brookl S'l8* B«n Laney, ba« chlcagJ0 2418 tHM this w«k, denied thai there is '^osto,^ 1 ' ' 23 20 •« connection between the State • clncjnn i u ".";;...;..:. 20 25 •ttenue Department and any law- .pmsburgi) If} 23 ftr stttone Arkansas 1 liquor per- .phnadelpbia ." 19 25 •"* t , St. Louis 18 24 O0mmenting on a Sebastian O«nty grand Jury report which IM charged certain attorneys with MQing their "InflueiKe" instead of tMir "services," the governor asMfted: "I assure you there is no connection between any lawyer •ad the granting authority'' in Ar- AMERICAN IEAOIIE W. Pct. .581 .571 .571 .535 .444 .439 .432 .429 Pet. ^e\!ndor^ li fe!i\^ '^rn 12'tcT .o^hc Brouni ^ '» l "« ^ of alcohol li- Pauline Turner Subscribed and swirn to before me this 511) (lay of June, 194,7. Percy A. ~~ Ung ccrtificrs), state and local goi'- I ernments ,nnd non-profit Inslllu- tions. On June 22, and for the following ten days, the buildings which have <SEAL) Notiry Public not already been sold to priority] My Commission expires 3.-20-48. holders will be offered for sale to veterans housing certlilcrs and NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the veterans housing bids receiving undersigned will within the time first consideration. | "x«l by law apply to the Commis- Tlicse buildings arc Die only sloncr of Revenues of tlic State ol ones on the center which have Arkansas for a permit to sell beer persons without priority, with the bids NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that tiie undersigned will wit.hln the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail at City Service Station, State Line, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted ol a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating I lie laws of this state, or any other stale, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. T. <B. Odom Mrs. E. B. Hawkins Subscribed and sworn to iwfore me this 6th day of June, 1947. Elizabeth Mason (SEAL) Notary Publis. My Commission expires 4-28-50. NOTICE .Notice Is hereby given thai l'io| undersigned will vrilliln the lime, lixed by law apply to the Connms-! sloncr of Revenues of the Slate of Arkansas lor a permit to sc>ll beer, ut retail at let W. Main, lilythe- ville, Arkansas, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that '10 is a ciliz3n ol Arkansas, of ijood oral character, lliat he has bcri convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpltudj; not been sold by the government. Laney admitted that the present la* under which liquor permits ftre laMted l »nd reveled is faulty and uM."However, the last legislature refused to accept recommendations lot' improvement made by myself and Revenue Commissioner Otho A. Cook. "We're doing the best we can nrKfcr the present law," ho said. The governor declared that the t»tj "missed the boat" In criti- clltog the Revenue Department on man ythings which he said could be corrected through action by the ton Smith City Council. fThe proper place lor the jury to |o is to the city council ; or the l«0slaturV. he said. "We" did not nuke the laws. We only operate under them." Answering charges that permits hw! been issued to. "straw men •etuis for Individuals who had lost their permits, the governor pointed out that permits are issued on •worn statements. Th,e governor repeated that he JMM no .control over the fees collected by lawyers and said "there to not a lawyar in Arkansas who e*n tell you he can walk in and |ll a liquor permit at any time." iDctrolt •New York v 24 18 Cleveland W » 'Boston 21 21 Philadelphia : 21 21 Washington .... 25 17 .-595 Ijast >' car 50 ° buildings at the Ccn- Chicago St. Louis 18 20 20 25 •16 23 .474 .444 .410 tcr were sold, mostly lo veterans • certlfiors and to the country school districts in the area. The ecntcr was used during the war to house Japanese cvacucc s from the West Const. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN Mobile fi-6, Memphis 2-5. tNcw Orleans S, Little Ilock 6. Chatlanooca 2. Atlanta 0. Nashville 22, Birmingham 1. NATIONAL Cnclnnatl 5-6, Philadelphia 0-3. Chicago 5-3, New York 1-9. St. Louis 5. Boston 3. Brooklyn 3, Pittsburgli 0. NOTICE •Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State ol Arkansas for a permit, to .sell beer at retail at Ifi33 W. Haw St., Bly- thevillCj Arkansas, Mississippi Co;i;i- ty. The undersigned states that ho a citizen of Arkansas, cf good AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington 3. Cleveland 0. Philadelphia 5.' Chicago 2. New York 7. Detroit 0. Only games. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at Mobile. Chattanooga at Atlanta. Nashville at Birmingham. Little Rock at New Orleans. Death Penalty Does Not Halt Crime, Survey Finds ATLANTA, Oa.,.Jnne 6. (UP)-The Georgia Parole oard, last rc- »ort to escape the electric chair, dtocioscd a nation-wide survey today showing that capital punisn- nent does not deter crime. .The board made no recommenda- UonVas to whether Georgia should atolUh death penalties meted ouf JOT armed robbery, kidnaping, rape nitirder and arson. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Lous at New York. Chicago at Brooklyn, night. Cincinnati at Boston, night. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, night AMERICAN LEAGU* New York at St. Louis, night. Washington at Ciiicago. night. Philadelphia at Cleveland, night Boston at Detroit. 36 Relocation Center Buildings to Be Sold WASHINGTON. June 6. (UP) — A total of 36 frame buildings suit able for housing will be offered fo sale to priority holders at til ;The Board said that Georgia had Rohwer Relocation Center nca tht highest execution rate whereas the capital offense rate is lowest tit the six states and one territory Which do hot impose the extreme penalty—Maine, Michigan! Minnc- «3t», North Dakota, Rhode Island, Wisconsin and Puerto Rico. •Georgia executed 53 persons with- in'the past fouur years, including tts Negroes in one day. McGchce, Ark., on June 12, the DC partment of Interior announce yesterday. For the ten days following Jur 12 the following' priority holdc: will have an opportunity to,, hi the buildings: Federal agencl including the Reconstruction P nance Corporation (wliich won resell to veterans emergency hou retail at 112 S. Fifth St., Ely the- ville, Ark, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good mora [character, lhat he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; thai no license to sell beer oy tho undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; a"S that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this slate, or 'any other state, relating to the sale of alcohoilc liquors. Howard Bevill Subscribed and sworn to Ixiforc me this 6lh day of June, 1947. Elizabeth Mason (SEAL) Notary Public. 'My Commission expires 4-28-50. ""croRY o*'" ON SENSATIONAL NEW CARGO MEN'S DEODORANT A $2.50 VALUE FOR $1.50 BUY ONE CARGO SHAVE LOTION AT $1.50. G£T THE NEW CARGO DEODORANT WITHOUT CHARGE SPECIAL With Each Of The Following Permanent Wavtvs We Are Giving a Free Manicure! Reg. $12.50 Realistic $10.00 Reg. $12.50 Eugene $10.00 Royal Machineless Reg. $12.00 $10.00 Reg. $10.00 Balm Ray . . $8.50 JANIECE'S BEAUTY SHOP Ingram Bldg. Phono 2690 that no license to cell beer by tha undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; ancj that Hie undersigned has neve^. been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other stale} relating lo the sale ol alcoholic liquors. : , Moses Simon i Subscribed and sworn to before me this Slh day of June, 1947. j Ellzibcth Mason { (SITAL) Notary Public .' My Commission expires 4-28-50.' VISIT OLE HICKORY INN For it Old Fashioned Pit Barbecue •k Home Made Pic •k Fresh Frozen Ice Cream lA' Ice Cold Beverages Take Home Some Ice Cream 25c Pint Stays FRESH Longer! 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