The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 20, 1947
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.FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEW3 Minister's Son Shoots Mother 12-Year Old is Held After Admitting Act Following Reprimand GASONFA, N. C.. June 10. (UP)! —Tow-headed 12-year-old Johnny Wcavg* son of a Baptist minister was iSKJ^i jail today and Sheriff H. T. K^t said that the youngster admitted the fatal shooting of his mollier because "i was so mail, j didn't, know what I was doing." ! Mrs. Weaver, mother of six children was shot shortly after John- py wa s reprimanded for opening his slstcr's^nail. - The s evclHh grader cried a little as he was taken to jail. But he didn't appear to be much u»set q/cr his mother's death. His fattier, the I!cv. Cari Weaver wa s gricf- strieken. PAGE THREE 'Loan Sharks' Again Doing Big Business LITTLE HOCK, Ark.. Jim fW (UP) — Residents of Arkansas today were warned against "loan sharks" by an official of the. state John I/. Carter, assistant, bank commissioner, said that many such agencies, particularly aiilo loan a- ycncies, are exempt iroin regulation by the State Hank Department. And he said that many such agencleJ av e flourishing attain with the Increase In commodities following the | war. *< •'•Of | Carter recommended that- when borrowing money yjn deal only wUh la licensed agency; that you undcv- 1 stand all terms of any contract J'oU sign; and that y>n refuse lo ila business with an ngcncy unwilling to submit to regulation. Negro Members Of 4-H Clubs Enter Contests Negro Saved from Mob Sentenced to 20 Years I'HENIX City, Ala., Juno '20. (UP) —Jimmy Hauls, 19-year-old Nettro who was saved from n lynch mob thai already had a noose around U. p. Gilssby, Nccro county a-|' lls " nk «'«s sentenced yesterday gent lor South Mississippi County. lo 20 >' enl '» '» prison, announced today that ten stale- | 1I "' T|S Pleaded guilty lo charges wide demonstration contests «vc of «s™ult willi intent to ravish. 01*11 to Negro 4-11 Club members T|1C ">"» ral'l'irod ''l'» after he In Arkansas. The boy or girl winning first place In the leadership and contest will receive a J25 war bond. ' allegedly entered the home of HurLsboi'o woman ntul attempted to criminally attnck ht'i'. The town's mayor calmed the mob and hustled Other contests offer a $25 bond'for [Han's off lo prison. rst place; with second place win- | T1 '« B''««<l Ji»'V '" reference to er to be awarded $10 and third i 11 " 1 Lynch mob said: 'lace $5. he said. Those contents "Conceivably one or two persons re for cnniilni;. gardenhiR and dress »i'B"t llnvc '"en B">lly «f conduct evnes for girls- fat burrow, field wll 'eli would have made them subject to Inilictiuent for misdemeanor. Hut our considered judgment Is that such action Is nol necessarj for the public good." Highway Maintenance ^ollcitor Busil Whitencr determines what iirtion shall be lak"ti. Under North Corolina Law u child under 15 must i,c tinned over lo juvenile authorities. Mrs. Weaver died shortly after she cried "Johnny, you've shot me." Construction Completed On Big Flood Control Unit LITTLE nCCK. Ark., June 20. (UP) — lilne Moiiniain Dam in LOKIUI and Yell counties — i unit of tt\t? Arkansas river flood control system—has beer, completed, n c- ijording to Col. Gerald E. Qallowny. district engineer. Galloway made T final inspection of the structure and said that ihc work i||s completed on time ind in a "Highly suncrior manner." rrhc & m ' looatwl on Prtit J"?.\\ River \\8ir Boori^vilfe, was started before the war but work was sus- i pendcd for four years during the recent conflict. Us total cost was $4,950,000. (UI>> — Ilifiliwny Director J. C. Hake: 1 has announced the resigna- lion or n. 1!. Winfrey as slate nuin- Icnance engineer effective July 1 and the appoinlmenl of C. C. White as his successor. Winfrey has accepted a pnsltlov wilh the Oklahoma Highway Department. K. M. McMurray wis named to replace White as supar- vlsor of District No. 2 with headquarters at Pine Bluff. Too Late to Classify Read Courier News Want Ads. Services ail Hill Davis for painting ;m<l decorating. Servic< !>lione WX « 20 pk 7 20 For Sale 1-1J H mi-Jit ai*[jK<y cast-. Als" "11 Mori' fixtures. Hc.liljina HrothrrK. Ok Oau H'lO (i. M. C. lone wlii'i-l-lia half |..n i.ifli Hi. Iruck. lli.ikli-y Kl<>: n n.i. West of Ilulhiiiil. Mo. tops, hybrid crops, hybrid corn nd tniclor maintenance for boys; ,ml poultry for both boys and girls. An additional contest offers $50 cholarshlps to one boy and Birl club member. entering. misl be eligible for hlt'h school, mil have been an active club mem- jcr for al least Iwo yea;s. Recognition also will be given his year to four .oulstar.tllnc Ne- KTO clubs .selected from the County }hnmpton Clubs. The stale Negro 4-11 cjno ramp s scheduled lo be held August 18. Delegates lor the camp win be rlio- sen according to tlielr oucUanrt'nK club work in the county. Winner:: ''f he state dress revue will oe selected it lhat time, he said. On Arkansas Assignment DLOOMPIELD. N. J.. .lulle 20 (UP) — Wcstinghousc Lamp Com- NATIONAL WINDOW GUARDS 7h»i# sturdy nd dependabla Ndtla^al Window Guardt will taep your hom» •ecure «very t«cond of ihe nighf and day, I Th»y actualTy b«"auttfy your homo while iitiing a' itrong barrier «gainst prowl•n or burgfen . „ . yet are economically priced to fit your budget, Phon* today «nd lei m give you *H FIRESTONE . Main Phone 2102 5 room' house and bath wit! two lots. Practically new Possession with deed. I'ric «, 1500.00. Good old house wull located. Possession in few days. 4 bedrooms. Small rent house in rcur. room house in Pride Addition. Small cash payment will handle. Priced SISOO. room house. Corner lot on North llth St. Terms can be arranged. room house wilh two lots on West Cherry. 51,000.00 cash will handle. Resident grocery store for sale. Fixtures, stock, building and two lots. Terms. ISO acre farm with three houses and two barns. Has electricity and can he bought for SiKUJO per acre. S'ice Duplex Apartment, one side vacant. Two rent houses on same lot, rent will make all payments Terms. KiO acre highly improved farm wilh lights, water and on good gravel road. Terms. Have (i acre Industrial spot located between two railroads. Has good income from rentals. Rood Business Location and small stock for sale. Rent cheap with lease. §3500.00 will handle. DAVID KBAI, ESTATE & INVESTMENT CO. Phone 3633 !i 20 ck 24 For Rent Every Saturday Night 9 'til 1 Air Conditioned § Mirror Room HOTEL NOBLE Adm. 60c Incl. Tax For Your Children's Summer Sunsuits Visit The TOT SHOP Negro Electrocuted NAS1IVII-LE. Tenn., June 20 (UP)—-John limlgc. Jr.. 28, David son County Negro, died In Ihi electric: chair at Hie slate, prism yeslcntav for raping a while wo in;in while lie was a trllsly on thi state prison farm at Fort Villow. Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- YAH15S, June 20. (Ul 1 )—Livestock: Hoi: s (J.810. Salable ti.500. Markel .meven; \i drills 100 Ibs up fully steady witli avenige Tnuvsd.iy; ighter wdxlils weak to 25c lower: sows 6Cc to lower; bulk good ind I'hotco liifl-2tO Ibs 2460-21,'ft; lop 24.75; 250-270 Ibs 23.15-21.SO; 470-3CO Ibs 2i.7b-23.75; around -DO Ibs 21.00; 130-150 Ibs 22.15-24.25; 100 120 Ibs 1975-21.15; good 210-450 ID sows 1815-19.15; heavier weights 17.00- 1B.OO: 6lat;s mos'.ly HOO-1C.OJ; few Ui.50. Cattle 3,300;.salable 1,100; calves 700 all salable; trading gcnemlly slow and about steady at the low] ixjint of week; limited supplies Include only few medium steers and small iiumlxT s of butcher yearlings; uboul 55 per cent of run cows; little ol n value to sell above $22 OU in steers; odd head yearlings reaching to '24 03; common and medium beef cows around 1'J.OO-HJ.OO; canners uml cutters O.CO-12,50; good sausage bulls to 17.03. a (inc-lliic note from an KnjilMi- man readlniv, "The only goud tiling you brought over was thai selling <>f eggs." Exclusive The human body Is about 79 per- Tho ilul exclusive Jewish clly C -"' Wat ° r ' Ij, Only about V5 iier cent felled Ircc. becomes usable lumber, i tants. l<> be established In the world Tel Aviv, Palestine. It la a thoroughly mudorn city near Jaffa, \ I 1 of a contains more than 40,000 Inhabl- pany has announced the appoin 1 . mcnl o[ Frank A. Newcombe, man a^cr of Its parts inanufaclurinu dl vision here, us superintendent o the proposed incandescent lam]) plant In Little Rock. The appointment was announced bv Ralph C. Stuart, vice president of the _com pany. ' Eggs Brought to Britain By Henry Wallace Hatch LONDON. June 20. (UP) —Moid- ton Farm Institute officials reported today thnt 48 baby chicks had been hidchcd from the 7H <'nn>> | bronchi to EnRlund by Henry A. Wallace lust April. The chicks were of n strain developed by Wallace. Ditrlni: his controversial speaklni: tour of ICiiRland, Wallace received BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 ftcforc you throw away a | ill shoes bring Ihe/n to ns *nd we'll till you what w« can *o wHl> Ihfm to m.iuc Ihun you more wear. Mlsfil Khoen often h« made. cum(ttrt%blo A little cost, loo,' HALTER'S Quality Shoe Shop *•••*•••••••••*»•*••••« FOR RtAl MSXCVRy S£W/Cf ALWAYS YOUR Still & Young Motor Co: Lincoln-Mercury Dealer I'hone 317i) lilythcvillc Ark. 112 Walnut St. DINE IN COMFORT Hotel Noble Cot fee Shop Complete Sunday Dinner $1.25 Cream of Chicken Soup Choice of Barbecued Fresh Port Ham, Hot Sauce i Barbecued Fresh Pork Ham, Hot Sauce '' i Individual Chicken Pot Pic, Flaky Crust ' Choice of two Mashed Potatoes Garden Spinach Buttered Carrots Harvard Beets Cheese Salad Hot Dinner Rolls vhr-rhcrt Ilot Mllf{in * Fruit Jello ' Ice Cream < Coffee or Tea WHAT DOES YOUR MIRROR SAY? Lovely! I.,et us give you a face-matching hairdo! Spend the summer cool with a gentle upsweep coiffure that will bring compliments from everyone. You'll find just the style you want SPECIAL! al our shop. Reg. 5.50 Machines Waves Cold Waves - - - - -only $3.50 - $7.50up * BEAUTY FORM REDUCING * ELECTRIC VIBRATOR MASSAGE * TURKISH BATHS WE FEATURE HOUSE OF SHAW COSMETICS, We're ready and willing lo do our part, in reducing pi'iccs to levels where you can buy with confidpiico.'If you've waited for (iOOl) furniture. w bo hn»or in price, clon'l wait nny longer, us in some I-HMCS, tliesc prices nvu tlisin replacement costs, .lust 11^ low Hems uru featured hen; '. . . there are many more. Knch one repri-sonts VAMIK, and u big saving on furniluro that in in "keeping wiLln our iliiiilily standards. The Perfect Livinq Room Suite 196°° Come In and See It! FLEXSTEEL Unconditionally Guaranteed For 25 Years! jH!!!ihl'°»mr V colo l rS 'i'-'hrics "^ M '" <] tunMu™! Cowl <le.sign . . ; KOO,! work" i.... : , '..•'..,*?'!" |(1 "l<i"g suite, and the inner workmanshln is • wlint 313 N. 2nd St.—Gussic Bean, Mgr. Phone 3302 l ( workmnniiW|) is • w h,»t lL', so tluit it will K ivo yon years and years of COMFORT. We've Slashed Prices On Bedrooms Too! 'Hundreds of. our customers liavc ashed for (!f)()l) bedroom |;rou|is jit a moderate price. They're right on our floors, and one glance at thi! quality, the styling AND tin: price tag will provn conclusively that prices are really DOWN. Don't, wait though, for many are one-ol'-a- kind. • Modern Suites 9 Water Fall Suites The Most Popular Sellers Arc Yours At New Low Prices! Tlireo major pieces plus fine quality fipring and mattress . . 5 PIECES $120.85 Platform Rocker I « Here's a roomy cliifferobo with single or double doors or \vjlh draw ;rs. Mailu sturdily. Y $29.75 >; Smart upholstered platform rocker ;»; with oltuniiin.A real investment in ;} comfort. Sec our fine selcclion! up ALVIN HARDY Furniture 113 East Main 'The Store of Better Buys" Phone 2302

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