The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 8, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 8, 1947
Page 7
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TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS PAGE Another Wildlife District Is Set Up Smith to Supervise Game Activities in Northwest Arkansas LITTLE KOCK, Ark., July B.(UP) •—The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission yesterday announced the addition of one wildlife district nrui the i-eorganlziUloii of the state lo conform with the seven Congressional districts. Tile new district, No. 3. Is made up of Benton, Carroll, Boone, Marlon, Baxter, Washington, Madison, New- Ion, Senrcy and Van Buren Counties. Emmclt smith of Mountain Home, a [ortner game warden anc Wildlife technician, was appointed suiiervisor. The re-organization was In con foi-nilty with a 'aw passed at the 56th General Assembly. Other districts and supervisors are: Dist. No. 1 — E. B. nicks of Wes Memphis: Clay, Greene. Cralgheac Mississippi, Polnsett, Woodruff Cross. Crittendcn, St. Francis, Le and Phillips. Dist. No. 2 — O. C. Swopc Mammoth Springs: Pulton, Ban dolph, I/ard, Sharp, Lawrence, | Stone, Independence, Clehnrne, Jackson, White, Prairie and Monroe. Dist. No. 4 — M. D. Cummlngs of Murlrec.shoro: Crawford. Sebastian, Logan, Scott, Polk, Montgomery, Howard. Pike, Sevier, Little River and Miller. Dist. No. 5 — H. E. McCrackcn of Ozone: Frntiklfn, Johnson, Pope, Yell, comvay, Faulkner, Perry and Pntiiski. Dist. No. 6 — Joe Felion of North Little Rock: Garland, Saline, Hot Springs. Grant, Jefferson, Arkansas, Lonoke, Dallas. Cleveland, Lincoln, and Dosha and Drew. Dist. NO. 7 — E. A. Hollings»-orth of Hampton: Clark. Hempslead, Nevada. Ouaclilta, Calhoun, Bradley. Lafayette, Columbia, Union Ashley and Chicot. The districts were reorganized so that each supervisor will be responsible to one of the commissioners who are selected by Congressional districts. Picture With a Splash 'Star' Witness Sleeps Through Political Row In Which Man is Killed COUCHVILLE, Tenn., Jiuy 8 < U P) — One man was dead and another seriously wounded in shooting spree over a political argument here yesterday, but a third man who would have been the star witness, slept through it all.' J. C. Warpoole, 33, was shot to death and his political enemy, Benton Spain, 37, was seriously wounded when a word battle developed into fisticuffs ' country, store. i.'it Will ;IIH! To.slamont. or I.ucl-i such np)ie:il, with till* court with- cculorn. A. Kwhllu wns probated In COMI- In six (6) months'from the date of mm loi'm l>y tho Probate Court this nolle*. the Clilckiisiiwbii District o( ,ttrslsii|i|)l County, Arkansas, on Ihe .I4:l\ n:iy of June, ilH'l. >An i-.ppoil from such pro'jalc run he cllrcleil only by Illlnti a lu-iilioii, »tatt!iK the ri'cv.iuls ol Witness my huul «Jid teal this (Mi ilay ol June, 11*41. ELIZABETH BLYPHE, Clerk of said Court. Mucus Kvruril, attorney for <:"• BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH u Phone ^151 PHONE 524 . A * c |Cab Company v Courteous Service : ' fc The Old Swiinniini} Hole was pressed into duly when Chicago siill'ernl lYnm :i rcvnnl '.>- r i.r> d;-»iTC! liciit \v;ivc. The. boys nbovo arc cavorlini; in a cool pool on the "Westward-Ho Gull' Course, \vhm-, iinpiu-uniliciTil l>y iiurh Ihinfis ns suit's, llicy m un aged to keep comtorlable ikspile Hie soaring Congress to Have Full Summer Program of Varied Probe Work BY Gil ANT DILI <M AN , (United Vrcss Stuff Correspondent). WASHINGTON, July 8. <U?J —| Congress, even during the Sum- , mcr recess, is fining lo help kcepj alive the promise of Rt;p. Clarejicei Brown, B-, O., with a prayer a probe. lo open each 'and dose it in an imporUint bearing, on the 1911? presUlciitinl election since they will center on administration poUch'S and programs. Others will be routine checks of executive offices. The House UnAmcr.can Activities Committee is saving until laic September what- Chairman J, Parnell Thomas terms "the -b?.st show yet" The hefty Chioan promises car!yi—full-dress public hearings on al- this session that the GOP-controll-l !eged Communist infiltration of ed Congressional committees would and sltooting>at;ia The shooting occurred as the men turn the spotlight daily on every phase of the pnst 1-1 years of Democratic administlMtion. A survey todny disclosed that several investigating commiltcos will continue their work throuijh the Summer and Fall, even though Congress has set July 2G as 1U target for adjournment. | Some of these inquiries may Invc approached their autos after K beer- drinking session. One hour later. on r a routine , search of the cars police discovered Travis Myers asleep in thesbark seat ot the dead man's anto. "Sliobling? Fist light?: said. HP, the Hollywood' 1 movie colony. This investigation a T so wlU look into charges that "White House pressure 1 ' during the Roosevelt administration was responsible ' for (lie filming of pro-Communist mo On the other side of the capHol Sen. Owen Brewster's War Invcs tigalitig Committee will check intc reported irreguiflrities in Wiirtini government contracts. It also wil continue Jts inquiry into the Per sir\n GuU oil cases. " In connection with other wa contracts,-- the"- Maine Republica s.iid 'the comniitlee will try to fin YOU'LL SAVE MONEY AT mm TRUCK HEADQUARTERS WITH... Trigger PuJicd Accidentally, Jobber Insists MIAMI. Fla., July U. (UP) — JA 'O-year-bld carpenter's helper last night told jKilicc how ho robbed iind "ncciilenlally" shot lo, death taxi tlrlvnr Gluts T. Theodorons. son of H Lowell, -Muss., ulci'Eyrniin, Friday ultilit. The youth. Wilbur Sullivan, related that his trigger rimjer .srnicez- cd too tightly while attempting to remove the ignition key from the car after robbing the rah driver; the bullet entered Thcodoi'ous' side. I never lull-mini to 1:111 him," OK NOT1CK (IK ClIlANTINd I.IQUOIt Notice is hereby Klveii Hint the Commissioner of Rcvinuics of the Slate of Arkunstts has issued n IK'rmit, No. 190 lo Welch Foster to .^ell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for Ixivcrnuo nl retail oil the premises described H.S 10 N. liroudwny, Hlylhcvillc, Arkmi- Aa.s : . t This permit Issnetl on the 1st (lily of July, 1S47 und expires on the M day of June, 194B, Welch Foster Permittee NOIKr. OF (HtANTINCJ LIQUOR 1-KltMIT Notice Is hereby r;ivcn Suliivnn said, "bill wlinn hifi fell In my l;i|> I t;ul ixt'lU'd." • The yniiUi S)irt lie Jlrctl tlircc olhr;r slio'.fi. t\vo of which entered the cMibbie'.s licml. He Rnid lln cli(^ not know rxiictly why lie klilcH the tnxi (Srivcr, (>::ciH thai he >lm<l been drlnkitiK licnvlly niul did nol iheadj Commissioner of Elcvcnues of the Stale of Ai'kinsu.s hi\,s i.ssned licrmit, No. 201 to Ash Street Whiskey Store Id .sell and dispense vinous or spirituous IL(|uars foi beverage ut retail on the premise* described, us 420 W.. Ash St. Kythevllle, Ark. huve any money. Sullivan said tin I ho hart misled! 0 ' Jii'S'. police in first, .statini; that ho htjcl 30 <I |1 V (lt Juno. sliot. Thcntlorniis in nn nrguincnl over a girl. "I tlon't have a glrK 1 ' Didn't hear a- thing I" •was locked up on a"'drimKc'ruies's j ',^'ii,h out wlij? $40,030,009 of government he siiid. fiinris was spent by Ha»-ard>Hughes[. .R'csiilenls of the siib'.irbun llrtTRft wlicre r 'rin;a(loroils' IKK!V ; R-;iA v charge. for I Tbr House 'labor Committee's in- Structural About-500 Tons in Stock Ready For Delivery How! —Also— Plates - Sheets - Bars (co!d f snish- ed) Reinforcing Steel - Steel Win- dow Sash. vestigation ! of 'James C. Petrillo, president of- the ^American Federation ol (Musicians, also is expected to spill over into the Summer. The committee is investigating Petrillo's allegedly monopolistic practices. Senate Republicans likewise are plumping for a thorough investigation of the alleged Kansas City primary election frauds in President Truman's home political baiihvick last year. limull Isuiid on tbe 1 il»> 1047 and expires on tin ISM 8. Biiford Mnrlln ' PcrmlUc NOTICl-; OF OUANTINCi OF ,,. .- UQUOR the next morning sHunpcd over tiie wheel of bis cxb, nilsUxik the fatal shols for firecrackers. Liquor Election Called DANVILLE, Ark., .lllly 8. (UI'l — Yell County voters will go to the' poils July 25 to decide upon the legal .snlc oi liquor. The petition signed by the (dry intercuts was filed June 25.- You get olUhree with a truck that fits your job— a "o6 •%<*&<£ "truck. We can sell you a truck that fits your job — selected from 175 basic chassis models- ranging from light delivery units up to ' 23,000-pound (G.V.W.) heavy-duty haulers. ONLY DODGE BUILDS T RUCKS mmm BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR COMPANY 217 S. Second Street Phoiie 422 •Read Courier News Want Ads. Cnnniln. MTfinctk on Hoothin jmlc of the cavtb is peninsula, In norlbern Notice is hereby givi.'M Lhul Ih Com ni Issi oner of Revenues of Ltic 1 ' -State of • Arkamns ]j:is is.sttcrl :i licniilL, No. 21Q t» Elves A. 11111 to sell and (ILspetisc vliioic; or .splriL- HOIIS liquors for bnvcnige ut reiaf] OTI UTO prenilsi'w clc.scrlbctl as W, K. Ringecr 121 '1-2 'Muin, Lctxclivi!lc. ' Aik. This permit issued on Iho 1 cl'iy of , Juty r '1^17 nncl expires on Llic 30 ilay oT June, IIMH. Elves A. Hill Pen nil tec NOTICE OK I'llOllATK OK WIIJ. Notice Is hereby ylvcn llial tl»'. Nice Stock of Electric Motors Roller Chains & Sprockets and General Mill Supplies CLEVIDENCE MACHINE WORKS 3rd St. Highway 84 Caruthcrsvilic, Mo. The Smile You Want to Protect IT'S A PLEASURE WHfN EVERYTHING RUNS SMOOTHLY A cranky, troublcKonic car can ruin a perfect vacation. Make sure your car is in A-l condition before you start off for vacationland. Drive in today and let our expert staff check your car from bumper to bumper. Time up Ihe motor, adjust I ho brakes, change oil—do everything .so important to your car's "hcaHli" and your happiness and safety. CMC TRUCKS LEE PHONE 519 OLDSMOBILE SALES INCORPORATED PURE WATER IS THE FIRST ESSENTIAL FOR BABY'S HEALTH During this season of the year, practically all parents take extra precaution in safeguarding the health of their, children. In this health safeguarding program, our part is to provide a plentiful, supply of pure water at all times. We leave nothing undone in providing Blythovilie people with the purest water in the world. Blytheville Water Co, BERNARD ALLEN, "Water I» Your Cheapest Commodity!*

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