The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 8, 1947 · Page 3
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^TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1947 I Colorado Man Heads Teachers ' 3,000 Educators in ; Cincinnati for Annual ( A. E. A. Convention 'CINCINNATI, O., July 8. <UP>- Morc than 3,000 delegate, most of , '"cm classroom teachers, today '""led to nieelings devoted to th.- Problems of universal military traln- »>E. tax support of parochial schooh lencheiv strikes and salary demands' after the National Education Association's election of offices was .At the opening O r (he live-day "pin annual convention last ni™:i' Eugene Herrington of Denver Ras jymied president. Other officers include R. L. Booker of Mobile ,v-i a vice president. The national science (cache's association's elections made Dr. Morris Meister of Bronx, N. Y , 1'resi- ;Ur. Hanon Wehlj of Nashville Tonn, was- named e e,,enu vice pr e The Department of Home Fcc-in- mlc,s elected Muriel McF'ail.md of Lafayette, ind., president: Dr. Ella J. Hose of Minnenrjolis V j cc president; Leila Tomlinso'n of Bat- op Rouge, La., treasurer Nick Smith of Atlanta, Ga tary. Mary secre- Mystery Ship Towed to Port; Crew Vanishes MIAMI. Pla., July 8. (UP)—The disappearance of Robert Conner; of Fort Worth, Tex., lone crewman aboard the disabled motor yacht Gypsy Mid. today increased the mystery over the 65-foot craft Of unknown registration, the shin was taken into tow in the P'orida Straits by the a. S. Taskaliisn/yes- terday and « motor beat brought the Gypsy Mid into port at Marathon, a tiny fishing village south of here. Connert, left Marathon shortly after landing. Texans Confer With Dewey In Oklahoma SAPULA. Okla., July 8. (UP) — I wo Texas Reixibllcaii leaders will launch a campaign to round np Southern convention debates behind Thomas E. Dcwey's Ciimpalgn for the GOP presidential nomination, It was reliably reported today George Hopkins, Texas Republican state chairman, and W F Briggs. county leader of Paducah'; lex informants said, told the New (to li B ,°. Vcl ' nor yesterday they would Sen. Robert Taft of Ohio received a good portion of the southern delegates' votes in 1940 anrt 1944 and his supporters have claimed the South Is lined up n imoYso- lidly for Taft for 1948. Dcwcy refused to comment He said he was just here to visit with his wife's parents. "I'm just relaxing and having a good time." he said. The governor and Ins parly will journey on tomorrow, continuing his unofficial, unannounced campaign for the nomination He will spend the night in Kansas City before continuing on (o Denver and tile governors' conference at Sn!' Lake city next week. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' CpyglER N EW8 Communist Riot in Venice Governor Asks Co-Operation of Medical Centers '' •SflMXll illld UlC SI llC lloipltl) fOl MTVOIIS Dlsuiscs Ulc ill Die dl> uuslon HIM., Gouiiior Ben iicy salil La- Read Courier News Want Ads. Well now, we don't really put your car in a washing machine ... or hang; it on the line to' dry. But, we sure do know how to WASH CARS . . . clean the' old great**, ^ «-xfl dirt off the engine—and get it thoroughly cUiS.vi^. . f LIQUID GLAZE OR PORCELAIN!ZE A scientific treatment that cleans, polishes and renews tn» automobile finish. Removes scum and dirt and gives ait weather protection against fog, sun, grease and makes it easy to keep up the appearance of your car. Let U« Liquid Gljxe or Porcclaimig Tour «r. SPECIAL PRICE NOW $15.00 CAR ANY MAKE LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. Walnut at Railroad St. Phone 578' Pine Committee Against Hike in Minimum Wage WASHINGTQN. July 8.' (UP) — The Southern Pine Industry Committee saki yesterday that increas- in B the minimum wage at this time would be putting the cart before the horse. The committee's position was outlined to a. House Labor Subcommittee by Chairman c. C. Sheppard. The subcommittee is considering legislation to raise the minimum wage from 40 to GO cents an hour Sheppard said that while his in-' dustry agrees that high wages contribute to high living standards minimum wage standards have not achieved this result. industry has been irked by the arbitrary, prejudiced and unreasonable manner" in which the wage-hour law has been administered, he added. Sheppard conceded that the theory that a high minimum wage creates purchasing power "sounds good." then he added: "But It puts the cmt before the horse because production furnishes employment through which wages arc earned. And purchasing power Is directly dependent on produc- -That means that the cmplia E i5 should be on incentives to production in order to create purchasing power." a Joins Air Force Billy D. Lindsey, son of Mrs Carrie E. Lindsey of Luxora, has enlisted for three years in the Army Air forces, staff sergt. Don. C Seal of the Recruiting station here announced today. Read Courier News Want Ads. JNo matter liow new or how .smart the rest of your clothes • arc—your shoes tan spoil the Jwhole ensemble if their heels are • ran-down or they're in need of Ja shine. Rely on us to keep your ( shoes looking smart. ! HALTER'S Quality Shoe Shop Truman Asks For MidWest Floo<d Control WASHINGTON, July 8 (UP) — President Tg-uman yesterday ordered the drafting or a comprehensive flood control program for the entire Central United Statc.s The President Issued instructions for drafting the prosram during a white House conference with TVA Chairman Gordon R. clapp- Lt Gen. Raymond H. Wheeler chief of Army Engineers; Brig. Gen Lewis A. Pick, division engineer for the Missouri River- Mai Gen Harry H. Vaughn, military- aide to the President, and John R. steel- man, assistant to the President The participants declined to give many details of conference. They said it was ^ general discussion of overall flood control problems Vaughn said that Mr. Truman m light of heavy fl 00( i damage iii the MidWest'this year, called for development or an extensive program which would attack the flood problem not just in one section but as a whole. OF NOTICE OF GRANTING LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the Commissioner., of. Revenues of the State of •Arliansas"ha<i issued' r a permit. No.' 192 to Jessee F. Stilt and Arthur p. Landsireel to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as Hotel Noble Blrig., Broadway and Walnut, Biytheville, Arkansas, Mississippi County. This permit isued on the 1st nay of July, 1917 and expires on tiie 30 day of June, 1D48. The Little Shop Jessce P. Stilt, Partner Permittee Belly Jo Jordan, 11-year-old •Bly- thcvillc visitor. was n hnppy youngster todiy when she brought into the Courier News oflicc n wriggling armful of brown nnd \vlntucl spolte puppy. •Wrpallieii in smiles. Tiellv Jo 'reported Hint her four-week old pup had been returned yesterd.iy by the innn at first blamed for taking it from her parents' truck In front of liic Glencoc Hotel Sunday. Getting her puppy back meant n lot lo ,B=tty Jo. for she is the victim of heart trouble nnd can't pl-iy as actively as other girls her ace. .The ;:up is her greatest source of enlertainiiienl. The happy it-yc.ir-oM. daughter of Mr. nn ( ( M re . u, g Jordan nf Form Wiring House Wiring Motor Repairs Appliance Installation nno N. Fifth st. Hlylhcvillc, Ark. NOTICE OF GRANTING OF LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas has issued : permit. No. 230 to Martin's Wins key Stor c to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as 112 W. Main St Ely thcvile. Ark. This permit isucd on the I day of. July, 1947 and expires on the 30 day of June, 1048. Buford Martin Permittee 7J1-B ON USED CARS! When we buy a used car to sell, we pay a fair Iradc price lo (he si'ller, nothing extra on the aide. In (urn, we .sell („ you at. a small smarknp' percentage . . . keeping the price down ;. s low as possible. This way, you stand to K et a belter buy from i» and >ve are assured of benefiting from your patronage in the future! BUY AT^ BETTER PRICES FROM POOLE POOLE MOTOR CO. ELLIS POOLE, Owner & Operator Highway 61 North at Steelc, Mo. Phone Stecle 49 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' L * ctlllu <> twcen Ihe two 'Institution^ '•If IliB move. In legally possible ''ltd we t;tn gel owr Lhc hurdles l bulict'e it can do a lot for both liistitiilloii.s," Hie governor said, no pointed om tldi co-cpcr;illon •» Hie various sluU! ins lii'd "»l been noocl In the ijeen let oul of the truck ««.s ituife or. the .sin.,,! just picked It lip and lm ,|< || | lomc for J<, Mild []w .Jordan* n . vi'd n Hum) of U'lcphoiu' culls IKHll iV.'r.smis Who hud IC:!d of IllT . hear l»iy (hew) newest, 111111(1-1.1 |>y n ml oilier i:c|iuilly fumuiis timnufiiclur- c'rs. Missing Puppy Returned to Grieving Girl For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop - 6V:-r">^;i; PAGE TBBKJS of the present the ase of a mtntal tne proposed flS 3, »ould DHEIFUS Public: "»°ved my offi« to Kothrock Drugstore Dr. C. E. Wilson USE IT AS A TRACTOR /A : IT AS A RUNABOUT i IT AS A MOBILE POWER UNIT "ml 1 " £!?*"r° f - th<> W '"y'-O»«- 2i" *"., ''•wl'ccl drive make th« Jctp a vehicle of .m.zmg verM . " l "" performance and economy. POOLE MOTOR CO. Jlcclc, Mo. riiunc btcel« 49 BigRt IN THIS GREAT BLANKET LAYAWAY ! SALE! BSyfheviHc, Ark. ons liPM^T^u,™,,™,,; '.27 REG. 7.It virgin wool hlankcl. Amunu Ircalcil, Kiuiiaiik-ocl niDlli.pronf for live years. Paslcls, ni."r, liluc, £rwn, clicrrywooil. 72 x 81 in. - .QWN HOLDS YOUR BLANKET OR COMFORTER UNTIL OCT. 6lh B. Warm filaid blanket pairs in a s<rvic:c;iMc; Llcnil of 5% now wool 95% cotlon. ,'!?i' ll>s. Soli pastels: rose, blue, ccdarosc. Si/.c 72 x. 1! 1 in. Plord pcirs 25% wool, 75% cotton .;.;... .5.87 Wards specification blanket of all virjrin wool. Treated with "Annino" lo i-iwisl nnii hs Weight di/,. Lb.s. Pastel colors. Sire 72"xOO" D. Iinliait design collnn hlankcl pralnminarilly red, niivy or green. 2K ll.s. JVrfccl for knock- nboul use ... or boy's rooms. Size 66 x 80".

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