The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 8, 1950
Page 5
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, DECEMBER g, McMath Lists Schools, Construction And Highways as Three Big Problems LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 8. (AP) — Governor McMalh wound up his conferences with meiiiberi of the "61 Legislature and again listed -ols, construction and highways the three principal' problems ^r-ing that body. In effect, he confirmed reports that a t20.000,000 bond issue for nev buildings, supported by a two mill property Jfax, and an increase of two cents a package in tlie clg- «rette tax are being considered. The bond Issue would provide for wnstruclton of a new Little Rock unit of the state hosplal, the state medical center, 19 new armories and possibly some buildings at state colleges. Reminded that there lias been persistent reports that a bond issue would be proposed, McMath replied: "I've heard It discussed." Supporting Tax 2 Mills "Have you heard [my discussion about the supporting lax," he was asked. "Two mills," he answered. In reply to another question, he said he was "preffy ,surc" (lie legislature will Increase the clg- aretle tax, which was reduced Iwo cents a package In 1MO. He eslimaferl Ibat a lu~o mill . stale properly lax would produce « 11,200,000 annually and a Iwo cenl ncrease in the cigarette tax »l)oul 52.000,000 a year. In listing schools as Hie legislature's No. 1 problem, McMath said it \vould have to find "suflicicnt revenue to keep them operating for the next two years at the present standard." State supported colleges are asking about *2,000,000 more money llian is now in sight and the state a possible aource of th« remainini, W.500,000. Lcflalature'i Pr«Nm "That's a problem lot thi le«i»- lature," he said. The construction program ne listed In second place, saying the medical center Is neded If the university medical school is to main- lain Its rating, and that new buildings at the state hospital are «n absolute necessity to replace the present "lire-traps." McMalh listed re-surfacing at Highway «7 from V»aJ-kan» to Lit tie Rock ind Corning and Highway 70 from Little Rock to Memphis u necessary. He said about"o*,«OOJOO would be neded for tha work en Highway 67 and about »6,000,000 on Highway TO. That money Is la sight, how-aver. He Mid ihe state will Have I3S.WO,- 000, exclusive of maintenance' and turnback during Ihe next two yean which can be used for that purpose. Cosmopolitan Kris Kringlc Brings Weihnacht Joy to Kleine Maedchen DAYTON, o.. Dec. 8. fAP)— Only persons who don't believe there 1« a Santa Glaus need read on. Three-year-old Margery Bidstrup obviously was frightened by the bristling court-like setup Santa had in the gaily decorated department Henry Bidstrup luck comforting was her store. Mrs. having no daughter. Margery watched the line of children file up to see Santa— and sobbed. Finally, her mother leaned down and whispered in tones easily heard by Santa. Quick as a reindeer's wink, Santa beckoned to the damp-eyeci little girl: "Kommst. du hier, klelne Maed- strup chen." Margery's sobs «topped. Her eyes widened. And in half a reindeer's wink, she was in hi* la'p. A feu 1 moments more conversation, and Margery rattled off her Christmas list: "Ein Weihnachtsbaurii she just couldn't remember Christmas tree) ... a plale . . . and a sfcillet." She was all smiles as she waved tarewell to her new-found friend. "Au/K'ledersehn," he called out with a Jolly wink. Margery winked back. "So different from last Christmas in Kiel, Germany," said Mrs. Bid- *500 Sale Baby' Gets Reacquainted With Family as Foster Parents Sob department of education \vants :m additional t8,500,(KX>. The cigarette tax would produce about *2,OM, n her own family af*r a court order but the governor would not hint at'took her "from her bitterly sobbing , BESSEMEn. Ala., Dec. ». Jewell Viree Edwards, "$500 sale baby, today got reacquainted with SKYLINE LAST TIMES tONITE Adults Onlyt Adm. 50e Love Mad Youths Traveling the Rood to Destruction ... GINGER BRITTON in "SOULS IN PAWN" —PLU; 2 Especially Selected GERLESK" Short Subjects SHOW STARTS 7:00 P.M. Lost Times Tonite Big Double Feature Program MJJLM Also Cartoon SATURDAY IS BUCK NITt Brin9 All Your Friends. $1 P« f Vehiel. Double Feotur* Program FUN M4 EXCITEMENT! 2 COLOR ORTOONS foster molher. The chubby 4-ypar-old child was carried sway by licr natural parent. .Mrs. Viola Edwards, who refused to accept the toys and clothes offered by Mrs. Evelyn Sessions. 'Sheriff deputies and attorneys for Mrs. Edwards entered Ihe Sessions home to carry out the court ruling yesterday. Jewell Viree had cried to Mrs Sessions, "I don't want to leave you mama." but chcrred up'later r.'hen she met > baby sister. Sandra Lee and a small cousin. They soon were playing together. .Mrs. Sessions and her husband now dead, adopted Jewell Vlree from the Edwards. Leamon Edwards, the Stlri's father, was charged with selling her to the Sessions' for $500 when they adopted the girl. Father and foster parents denied the money wss part of a ssle Mrs Edwards. won a supreme tourt fight for her daughter. The mother wilted in i car while the party entered the Sessions home. Mrs. Sessions already had told Jfwell Vlree she was leaving, and asked her to "be a good girl." "I couldn't stand It if I ever knew she was spanked," the fosler mother said brokenly. "I want my mother." the child said as «he was handed to Mrs Edwards. "This Is your mrrfher." Mrs. Edwards replied. "Don't cry. honey. Lucas Sees Okay For Yugoslav Aid WASHINGTON. -,Dec. 0. t/P) — Senate Democratic Lucas of Illinois predicted today the Senate will approve a $38,000.000 food aid authorization for Yugoslavia. 'Arranging to have * committee approved bill called up, Lucas told reporters he sees no.barriers"ahead to speedy Senate action on whal some administration experts have called the_ calculated risk of giving help to Marshal Tito. Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sal. A Sun. Ph. 58 Friday 'ONE NIGHT IN TROPICS' Abbot! & Costello Saturday Cow Town GENE AUTRT Saturday Owl Show 'BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND DAWN" EBMUND O'BRIEN Sunday & Monday "Return of Frontiersman NBWi Porogould Trial Near* Jury Today PAHAGOULD, Ark., D«c. I. (AP) —The aecond trial of Daniel Monroe Scott, 1», for the slaying of his father may reach the Jury today. The father, Willie Bryant Scott, SO, was shot to death on June «. 1MB as he and the son worked in a field at their farm, A former trial .of young Scott ended In a mistrial. Two sisters and a brother testified for the delendant. „ The slate completed Its testimony late yesterday. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday & Saturday "Cherokee WHIP WILSON AUo Cartoon & Serial Saturday Owl Show Holiday Rhythm Mary Bclh Hushes W»lly Bernon BOYS, GIRLS Under 12 Years You Get in Any Theatre Listed Here for only and both ends (2) from Blue 1'late Margarine carton MOX RITZ ROXY STARVUE DRIVE-IN SAVOY THEATRE 2019 West Slain Open Weekdays 6:15 Show Slarlj 7:00 Salurdiyf A Sundays 1:99 Always a Double Feature Luif Times Today "Broadway Big Shot" —PLUS— Cartoon *• Sport News Saturday Trigger Man Johnny Mack Brown Raymond Hallon —PLUS— RAGING riiCA ADVCNTUKC! Sat Owl Show 11:30 *< ^•"Vife*. RF.iNNBtr' rm The Home of Honest Values Proves: You SAVE MORE a* Your Thrifty Black & White Store These Prices in Effect Friday, Saturday and Monday Tn is Wise Santa Went to Thrifty B&W With His $' s LADIES SUITS AS IS. Our buyer look a look at (lifse and just couldn't resist 'em. They're imperfects, but they're 1 n KUW\ buy at this low price, UHVOIIS in solids and checks. Sixes 10 to 20 While they last... $ 10 LADIES CREPE BLOUSES Famous imtkc blouses, including Frtiil-of-diu-l.oimi and Chesterfield, You'll find a good selection' of styles'and colors in siv.cs ,'!2 to 4-1; regularly priced at up to 52,'IS af this thrifty price... ' $1.88 1 LADIES CHENILLE ROBES \ - Washable cotton chenille that's ever so practical, Rose, blue, maize and aqua in sizes 12 to 44. Keg. 53.98 value " . CLEARANCE MEN'S HATS Men's Fell Hals.. .Odd lots and sixes in genuine fur fell hafs, including vaiucs to .$7.50. They're slightly soiled, but while 31 last, they're just,. , $O.OO BOYS "MACKINAWS Heavyweight, 32 ounce, 100% wool mackinaivs In red, green; blue, or brown pliiids. Si/.es 6 to L8, $7.95 7 PART WOOL BLANKETS Heavy, dorflile blankets of !)5V'c cotton, 57; \vool thai are salin bound, lilnck plaids of blue nnd while or rose and while. Full, double-bed size... $^.98 3 LADIES FALL COATS Soft, ci-c:isi!-ri!sislanl gahnrdine coals (hat irt fully lined. Sizes 10 to 20 in grey, K r*cn, brown or'win*. I lie \;iluu i s up, bill ilia pi-ice is n low... $ 10 LADIES SKIRTS •Except lil your thrifty Hl,, c k „,.,! White Store, vou wouldn't expect to fiiul a value like this. You'll have n grand surprise to find Wool and rayon tweeds, rayon failles, rayon gabardines. Icgrj, fabrics, suit- SifesT? '.;'„'" ilUmi> 8 atllc "''. »«• Pilled styles. $ 2& $ 3 WEAR-A-YEAR SLIPS Thai's rightl Famous Loomcraff cotton glim. »r» guaranteed to wear a year. It's the slip that gmile. a lime! Eyelet and ribbon (rim at top and he" Sizes 32 to 40. Sanforized, too... In Whltt OnJ" $ 1 .98 Men's Flannel Sport Shirts Soft cnllnn shirts In bright, bold plaids. Popular i. way collar. Sanfoii/.ed, Small, Medium and lar E c sizes... $O49 2 HOSTESS BOOTS Children's Rtid Ladles' Kites. .. All first quality. Hi own or red. Flat heels only. Sizes 5 to 3 for children, .1 to |« f,, r ] il( |j cs $O.99 2 QUILTED COTTON PRINT Famous Amcrilex cotton prlnls quilled on soft, white cotton is ideal for rolics and ?iireads. It's a Sl.-y vuJue. ,'iC iacJit's wide. Ked, green or blue.'. 59 yd. Important! Save Th;ifty B&W Sales Slips! Save thrifty I! & W Sales Slips When they lolal $20.00, yon can get a beautiful 21 |iiec<> SilvVrnlale set for only S2.-I!). See tlicse hcaufiful sets on display in our store, OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE SAM SHAINBERG DRY GOODS CO 305 W Main Blythcville

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