The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 10, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 10, 1947
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THURSDAY, JULY 10, 19-17 COtMURH NKWH * Congress Hears Adjournment House GOP Leader Says All Important Work to Be Finished CONGRESS NEARS 34 WASHINGTON', July [0. (UP) — House Republican Lender Charles A. Halleck tocliiy reitonUCil h!s confidence that would meet Us July 20 iidjourninem clalu and still have ample lime to deal \vith miy presidential veto of the revised tax reduction bill. If nocessury. Halleck said, the House will |jc nsked ti> men early and work into the right In wind up all "must" legislation by July 26. He thought House committees would have most remaining major letflsia- tion nut of the way early next .veek, Other Republican leaders said efforts were being made fni* another Joint meeting of the House and Senate GOP steering committee:; before the end of the week to work out the remainder of the lei'isliiHvc pros ram. There appeared to !>!> no di.srjosi- linn on the part ot the House leadership to take up the controversial Mil for tlie admission of •iO'J.Oil'.l displaced persons during the next four years. The administration is especially eager to act action on .such ;x bill before adjournment. It was partly to urge such action that President Truman invited the cont'iessioiml "Bix Six" leadership to meet with him on Monday. One Republican leader said the displaced persons bill was so controversial that it might better be held over until the next session. Commissions Still Debating Building Sites LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. July 10, UP) — Dr. H. C. Chenault ami Dr- George W. Jackson today ;ir<? studying the possibility of constru::tiuR nn Arkansas medical center on in? Ultle Rock "rounds of the -SUito Hospital for Nervous Discuses. Dr. Chcnniill is head of tho University or Ark a lisas Medical School ivhilc; Dr. Jackson i.s superintendent ot the mental institution. The proposal was mrulc tit n meeting of the boards of tho I'.vo inslilutions at Cummins Prison ' Farm yesterday. The plans culls for moving L!in medical school from its present East Little Rock site to the hospi^'.i grounds in West Little Rock. It also provides for the construction of .: proposed memorial hospital at ;hi* nervous institution grounds and ;i request that tho veterans administration build its 58,000,000 hospiUU in the same area. Results of the study will bo reported to !lie combined boards in some two weeks. The board Jiieeting followed a gathering of some 225 honorary board members for n Eet-acrjnain'.en meeting at Cummins yesterday, under the direction of Gov. Hen Laney. Kiwanians Hear Reports Ot National Convention Reports of delegates to (he Kiwanis International convention at Chicago -last week were heard by members of the Kiwanis CUib at their weekly meeting yeslr-rday noon at the Hotel Noble. The reports were Riven by .iiin- mie Sanders, president of the club, Stuart Preiman and Graham -Kud- bnry, lieutenant governor of Khva- nis District !<;. Guests at the meeting were P. D Foster and police Chief Charles Short. But Why! Preacher Who Chained Girl Gets $50 Fine KNOXV1LLK. ,'Iinil.. JlliV 10. (UP)—William Massenelll. 50-year- old part-lime preacher, wns fineil S50 in Juvi'iitlo court her? yoslor- d\v lor rhnluins Ills 18-ycnr-old daughter. Gernldiiie-, lo u bed|>osl last iveek. A shnllnr fine of SGO on chare- os of criminal neglect ami abuse- of a minor \vi\s favU'd on llu 1 rli I Ill's slepip.ot-lier, but wns suspended. Juvenile Court Jiulijc 11. U. Webster raid custody of the girl will l>c settled liter. At prc-enl she Is In u Juvenile IIDIIW. .Many, offers of nld mid .several requests . lo tuloiH her have come from nil sections of the country. Invor.tlwtliU! officers recommended Unit she he- removed from )ti>r parent*''custody'. Tlie slltilillv-biilU Gcinltliiie siiki, "I just \v.»nt (o slny with sonie- bodv who will ''c pond lo me." She acquired n nice Inn mid I'nlned three pounds on n, weekend excursion lo the mountains u-'iinh police financed. Hrv fulhi'r I'dmiUed ho wus - In the h^hit iif whlpplnu her with bells niiil didn't nllow her lo no Mvlminliiy, to movies, cr to keen CDmpany :wlth otheiv.younK people. • „ "'^ They-l-e Qff... in Paras Intrepid Coast CHiiirclsman Letuiy Webb uses a paddle in an attempt (o rescue a hr.lC-drowncd sltunk caught in Ihe flood near Prairie du Itoehcr, 111., while: oilier rescue workers maintain a discreet place to windward. Cut the slumk just wouldn't be rescued. Princess Elizabeth Engaged To Former Prince of Greece : I.,OMDON, July 10. (UP)—Tile engagement of Princess Elizabclli, heiress presumptive to the British i!..-one. and Ll. Philip Moimtbat- leti, (he former Prince Philip of ; Orcrcr-, was announced last nigUt lr; Knckitig'naiii Palace. I The lons j :iwiitcd royal engagement was announced in ti court circular issued last night. The circular .said"Ii is with I lie grcntest pleasure tl::it Hie King and Queen announ-' cc the hetrothnl of their dearly beloved daughter the 'Princess Eliz'- abeth I:) Lt. 'Philip •Mountbatte-i R N.. !'i'. of the late Prince ami Fri:-,ccss Andrew nPrincess Alice of Eiiten'jurgi to which union the Kins has gladly given bis consent." Both Princess Elizabeth and Philip were at Hiickinghain Pjlace while Use formal announcement was being prepared. 'Philip drove i:p to L-jndon yesterday after ob- taininp "extended Summer leave" as an instructor at the Naval Training College in Cosliam. Pliilip renounced all claim lo tl-e Greek throne several months ar.o when he up his title to l-cccmc a. British subject. No definite plans for the mar- i'i}?e -.vere announced, but it was aatefl unofficially that it would come -bjfore next Spring." It was lindeisioocl Lhe ceremony probabl} would lake place at Westminister Abbey. ' May Marry in Octuber Some informed qiuivler.s believed the marriaije would tf.ike place, in October. Princess. Elizabeth, who is 21 years old, reportedly was askcc by her father some time-ago to be sure that she was in love with Philip before thinking of marriage. Before the royal trip to Soutl 1 fri'Jj earlier this year she was seen with guards officers and selected noblemen,- but it became evident that her heart belonged to the -handsome young Philip, who e up his' chance for a throne to become a British commoner. It .was learned that Philip guvi Eliz'.ibeth a large -three-stone dia mond ring sonic time ago, but the princess has not yet worn it h public. Philip, who became 26 years June 10, was ediu'ited at Cheam an Englisii prep school, at Gordon stoun, a Scottish public school, and later at the Royal Navy College at 'Dartmouth. He .made .life 'home with his uncle, Admiral Viscount MoiintbaUeiv who now is viceroy of India... Philip's mother, -Princess Alice of Battensbnrg. was the eldest daughter of Prince Louis of Bat- Charges Against, Arrested ere lll'.LKNA.i Ark., July 10. (OP)— A vnrliHy 'of cli!ir[;i's totfjy' nre liicliu; four 1'hllUlis County youths (;; their' mvrfit lii lUlytfin- fllle and l ; \)rdyt'e.' The. 1'jds 'were Idci. .'f;,v ;.s' i, .Sullivan, '41, Icnucrly of -Helena; A. .B. ; Bo<iic niul Rcyce Clafoom, both 18 and Ijc-'.li <it Methvood; nrtd Bob Jrai- kiiis <:< r-Vinlyco. . ; 'i Siii'i-Kl Kdi;?r Hlcxey saUv ,U |il1 Hulllvnn niul Jenkins will t»'charif- cd willi llieft gf «n Ok'uhoina car I'nil tliui all four-ft-lll lx! chari with f!(i l :illhx' ?lx- trailer tlrea".'.U Mvllwunil and l.iiconltx Circle. Sull- Ivun, iliodii^ nnrt Olaborn iv'so-tice a kldnnnpllin cliai'gc.' It'Is 'Me Hie mini lnr>k two toen-'JEd K i;u!. or I'nV conuly ngalnsl Uieli Stee/e Man Enlists Hnllstment of on of Mrs Stella* l^bs 1 ot Sttc e to for threp jears In the Ami/ •led leal ^Dep^rT'meni^was*"8iinojJi- cd today 'ay Stall STgt /DaiXS' ?cal of • bh« -"Recruiting-- SUH«n ifre. . Truman Signs BUI Giving 4 Federal Groups funds • '' J i' i \ WASHING'rON. Julv 10. (UP) — Fr'eslderit Tmmaii yo^terdav slRiied ill oarrylns. 5551,275.932 In funds tlscal '1948 .operations of'-lbe Stale. Justice and ' Cummerde" 'pc- liai'iiiienls -^nd the Federal jud!- ciury. It includes Ji/nHod funds for tlie 1-jte 'DcparLiuents' coli + rovel^ial "Voire of America" broadcasts to Itussia and" oilier" countries. ' Conlestiints set nut from the Champs Elysees m 1'uris in t|u i annual 'I'uui' de Kjatu'i' liicycle ruce. 'I'lie noss-ccnmli y inriralhuii will lusl until July :M. !<'nburT who clinnifed his tip-no to Mrwntbalten diirlnp. World War I. Phi'ii: al:ri is th* 1 Rreat-grcn- gr^ndson of Qiiceu Victoria, It wos nndcriitnod that Philip would remain at Buckingham Palace for the nexl. few dnvs. lie •>rrlved at tlie paliicc slio'rtly before the announcement was read to court correspondents. 'Philip first sf.w EH'/abeth \vlieji she visited the Royal Naval Galley- at Dartmouth with her parents In July. 1939. Reports of Uiclr love aff.iir beyan circiv'atini; several months later. Earthquake Reported NE\V YOHIC. July 10. (UP) — A sharp earlhtHLiike, believed centered olf tin? coast of Mexico. ..vas recorded on 1-viL'dha'ni University selsiuo- livapli.s rally today. Tlie liev. Jiiseph Lynch. S. J.. said the shocks were recorded ill 7:00'.:i() and 8:or>:Wi ii.rn., EOT. The distance wus 2,:inu miles "niul the tlii eel Ion was described n» "probali- ly Soulhwest" of New York. Tin- new reM'i^'oir crrnled by lloiildcr I.IIIIH holtls l.-ls:i.UI5,lMl,CIi:) gallons of water,, lu'cordinn lo estimates. Arri-Htrd Near Mintlii ,'l'l'« Hire;' mini nocused of kid n-'i.iiu' vvi'R' laken inlo tustoil; Lctwccii Miiuili !iiHi.l.('»chvllle ear Her tliiK week ntlcv 'n clmse li *lil:'h iiflicers repai'tcil Ihc-. sus I'cvlM' cur \v:is .drlvc-ii' svt. a rJt 1 of !0 miles' liur. lliiiiv. The 'l«i lllr'..s vcre In l.lic .car nncl weV Uiriu'd ovi-r In lllelr. pari-nls w'ntle j llu- thri'c iiu-ii wefo 1|0'<1 unlll their delivery I" I'hlllli:s C-'oinity otfl- ct-r:;. 111^ CIIK'KASAWBX ]>K(riC OF Mi8SISSIi*PI CCH1NTV, \ KANSAS. i IhV 'Mittcf .'of'ilVe 'EstaV at Nft( ,Smarl. l»ec«*scil NO1ICE TO:<' Clif!UITOKS Nell e Is hereby i;lve i HIM I nidcrtilgned was'on ,.this day ap- jointed I'.dmlnljtr'ator of. tin Kita'e of Nell Smart DecJjsed All i sens having clalnxi agaliist fi3!d e^ late are hereby notified to e>5;iftiSt them to the undersigned adminis tralor. properly authenticated, \<Ath- In six mcnths from : Ihe da(? ' the first public 1 :lion of Ihls haUc- or they will Iw forever bin red ami preclijdeii ficjn anj benefit in -aW I'stute. The address of i!ie undc-r -lulministralcr Is Illythciille, This tho 0 day of July, 19-17. J. Mcll Brooks Jr. Admin!*"'!-uoi of t|ic ot Nell ?n/J4t. Dccciisccl Hnlbn<l &' Taylor, Attorneys, for Ailmliil.vlrulcr nig n -i Dm In:! tin' first six monllis of l!);t!i, llalthuoie. Mil., was second only lo New York Oily In American shlppini!. ^ ATDREIFUS ' : ' Ex-Sailor Enters Army Vlllls W. Urown of Blytlicvtlle. roiiuiu' aviation orillnanccnian third class in the Navy, has enlisted In tlie Army. Tecli, Sernt. Ollle H. C'.rishum of the Recruiting Slalion liei-e unncutnecil today. Mr. Brown served three years and four months In the Ruroppan and Southwest Pa- ci;u- theaters with the Navy. Daniel Dcfoc based his story. "Robinson Crusoe.' largely on the experience of Alexander Selkirk, a castaway. MORE FUN In Your Vacation Travel WITH THIS COMPUTE PRE-VACATION n for Tune-up the engine Top performance. D Lubricate the chassis. D Inspect tlie transmission a natlilTcreiitiiil lubricants. D Change motor oil; inspect oil filter. D Test lirakes—adjust if needed. D Inspect windshield wipers, lights anil steering. THE PRICE? Probably less than you expect to pay. SERVICE THI PIACI TO STOP BEfORE YOU GO SHELTON MOTOR CO. 110 West Ash St. Pbonc 438 "This Also Has Passed" Now You Can Look Back and See This Wonderful Saying Has Come True You wished that some day the cleaning would reach the state o! perfection, where there would be: ' No Odors * No Broken Buttons * All Belts Returned with Dresses * The Original Luster Restored to Each Garment. In Fact, You Wished for Better Cleaning with the HUDSON FINISH In 8 Hours HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER TAILOR 320 Wmr Main St. Brythcvilk, Ark. Phone 2612 BilL"j'\/A GRUEN-HAMILTON Distinctive Watches Priced Ff#/n $24 75 $ to Prices ind. red. Tax America's finest makes , , . AmCnca s leading values, Thai's what you' in the grand parade of distinctive timepieces featured al our slora this summer. Choose from handsome, smart models for men .... dainty, stunning designs for ladies. Accurate . . . dependably timed. Open An Account No Interest No Carryiiiy Chargo W Smmer Values To Add Zest To Your Vacation Jel onyx dramatizes the fiery diamond in dolnly lelting.

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