The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1949 · Page 5
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_THURSPAT, NOVEMBER 8, 1949 S.R. Guggenheim Dies in New York Member of Pioneer Mining Family Noted For His Philanthropy PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y., Nov. 3. OT—Solomon R. Ouggeiihelm. 88, senior member of America's great mining family, died here early today at his Long Island estate, Trll- BMTHEiVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS lora court. The multi-millionaire copper king was active in the family business until three weeks ago, when ^ his health suddenly began to fail.'His condition worsened early this week and his three daughters were called home. His wife, Irene, was with him when he died, and a daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Henry »pbre, of Baltimore, also were pres- ."cnt. His oldest daughter, Countess Castle Stuart, was reported flying home from England. Guggenheim was the senior member of the firm of Guggenheim Brothers, and was the last survivor of the si-ven sons of Meyer Guggenheim, who started the family in Hie mining business in North and South America. He also was a generous art patron, and had been a collector since his marriage In 1S05 to Irene' M Rothschild, a young art follower. In 1937 he formed the Solomon R. Guggenheim foundation to encourage and poplari7.fi art—especially in its modern furm of nonobjective painting. His own personal collection ranged from American landscapes to the Barbizrm School and primitives. As head of the family firm. Guggenheim was a director of a number of metals corporations, includ ing Kennecott Copper, . Br.\den Copper, Pacific Tin. and the Nevada Northern Railway Co. He also was one of the major stockholders In the huge Anaconda Copper Mining Co. Guggenheim was Born Feb. 2 1861, In Philadelphia, the son o! a prosperous embroidery manufacturer. He WPS educated in the United States and Switzerland. His father early became interested in Colorado mining, and this end of the busi liquidated the embroidery firm ar concentrated on metals The family developed vast hold- Sharon Rnzcr. _. Attendance Is Announced For Six Weeks Perfect attendance records for the first six weeks at Lange School Is announced .today by Mrs. E. E. Hardin, principal. First grade, Miss Halstead, teach- jr; Ronald J. Burnett, Monroe Grain, III, Jerry Wayne Hill, Ron- lie Lee Knight, Jackie Wayne Noll, iarold Floyd Sharp, Vaughn Riley Shivley, Lee Cox Thompson. Linda Joyce Fisher, Margaret Edith Hoi- brook, Patricia Marie Medlln, Frances Gammill, Pamela Craftou and James Bonds. Fh'st grade, Miss Wlllycrd, teacher; Janies Harold Ashley, Bobby Ray Harden, Clark Hllliard, Tommy O'Connor, James Ronald Pow- ;rs, James Lawrence Young, Re- Kcca Callihan, Martha Boone Gamble, Barbara Lee James, Karen Jane Miller. Second . grade—Mrs. Hancock, teacher; Linwood Craig. J. B. Fisher, Darryl Henson, Garry Sparks, Freddie Steadman, Phylis Boren, Prances Helms, Betty Alice Lashbrook, Ginger Sims, Susan Smith and Jane Yancey. Second grade—Miss Warren, teacher; J. L. Austin, Dennis Baker Johnny Baxter, Billy Boone, Mickey Fisher, Tommy Gammill, Thomas Seay, Larry Watson, Elolse Bailey, Barbara Bradley. Marilyn Sue Human, Norma Kcncaid, Margaret Thomas. Third grade, Miss Outlaw, teacher—Clyde Fisher. , Ronnie Hucy, Boyce Moore. Richard Smith, Alice Gail Arnctt, Betty Baker. Sandra Lynn Crawford. Leota June Moore Nancy Ruth Mullins, Judith Slavens. Wanda Janet Webb, Barbara Ann Webster. Third grade—Mrs. Fentlieretonc, teacher; Hubert Henry Baxter, Jr., Alve Ray Bills. James Travis Marshall, Byron Eugene Moore, Jr., Walter Harold Pulley, Jerry Lynn Adams, Josie Fay Crews, Carolyn Ann Holmes, Edna Earl Jones, Eddie Muriel Jones, Cllllcla May Penn Janoel Smith, Lydia Jo Sudbury! Fourth grade, Mrs. Cooper, teacher—Horace Bccknell, Lee Moore, Robert Lee White. Roy Zeller Carolyn Bounds, Shirley Ann Marr Alene McDade, Roria Fay Meadows Linda Painter, Louise Stafford .Fourth grade,Claude Farrish, Mrs. , Gammill, William Hanl'ey ness prospered so that the sons Harold O'Neal. 'Bobby Richardson . Bruce Thompson, Robert Watson Joann Kincaid, Virgie Lockwood Fifth grade. Mrs. Hardin, teacher, Lou E 'len Ze'ller ings in the United States. Mexlc and South America. _.„,.„,„, „. „. „„„,..,.. Guggenhelm was . liberal with I 'V, Charles Davis, Fred Hardaway charities, and supported many Jew- Wayne Holbrook, David Lee Holt -~- o -i ••+*i- ^iiiivjiii, icrt^ui:.!.. Smith Taylor Brackln, J. c. Conel- , „..„ ..v.jjj.-j, ..^vt ,nni,j utw- -• —j ••'-' i*v*iknuun r -Uiiviu jjCe riult, IUOVJM, ii-uim utitiL, tJninny IjGG jHQl- Ish and non-Jewish institutio'is. Kenneth Mae, Johnie Priest, Frank" brooks, Hal Parkinson, Mickey Shiv- Wltll nip hmfh*»r« Vie hui'f **-n «.-. Kiinrb*: a n (< v> ^ » .. «n j. *-m_ _. nlnti r>u«^i^_ n-i „ • ">• a.iiu iiun-utiwiaii lllalltUllO'lS. "•*=!! net With his brothers, he bui!t an an- Sparks, A n t'h o n y Wherit Ethel nex to the Mt, Sinai Hospital In Fisher, sherry Kay Hudson Doro- New York as a memorial to his "'y Jones, Carol Sue Kimberland Barents. Oletha Lanlhrum. Filth grade, Mrs. Brantley teacher-Rodney Adkisson, Billy Deal, „„.,.., -„„„»,„ OI Qavy Hnrdin, Arthur Houston, Billy nice Crump Judy Hurt, .Glenn Ladd, Robert Robert- Moore, Cuplm rflk NOTICE OF ACCOUNTS OF EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS FILED nuri.. uienn Land, Robert Robert-1 Moore, Cunlm Mullir Notice ta hereby given that dur- son, Michael Shelton, J. L. Thomp- Owens Gracey Owens ing the month of October, 1949 the : following accounts of Executor* and Administrators have been filed for settlement and confirmation in the Probate Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas and that such accounts with their respective filing dates are aa follows: No. 1902. Estate of Edgar E. Swain, deceased. First and Final report, of Letha Swain, Administra- trix filed October 25, 1949. All persons Interested in the settlement of any of the above estates are warned to file exceptions thereto, if any have they on or before the sixtieth day following the filing , of the respective accounts failing • »'hich they will he barred forever • from excepting! to the accounts.' Witness my hand and seal as such Clerk and seal of said Court this the 2nd day of November, 1949, " ELIZABETH BLYTHE, County and Probate Clerk By Stella Bohaning, Deputy Clerk . 11I3J48 ——--_ WEW Box Opens Week Daj» 7:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday & Snnda;» Mat.-Sun. 1 p.m Cont Showinc Manila, Ark. Shows EVERY NIGHI Last Time Today "HOUSE OF STRANGERS" with Jennifer .lones . and Edward G. Robinson Also Shorts Friday 'ADVENTURES OF GALLANT BESS" Also Shorls Saturday "CARSON CITY CYCLONE" *ilh Don Barry Also Shorts FOR SALE CONCRETE CULVERT' TILE Costs you less TCI lasts lon*«i than any ottiei budee material Sizes .S-ia-lZ-li-IJ-ji.ji.zj.Moi mchci CONCRBTE SKIVER TII.E • Kcsl rrleei Sizes l-6-» Inchei CONCRETE SEPTIC TANKS • Wf A. H. WEBB Illghway 61 al sia(e Lint 1'hone 7U ltehi F ' R n h TION-"Watch out ,„ tnat firsl A 8 eil be lhe wa ">"»B to visitors to Ihis dwelling near Angeles. Construction of a freeway forrM rpmnv~r ,£ Kiwanians See Film Of Reclamation Project A film, "The House In the Desert," filmed under the auspices of the United Palestine Appeal, was shown to members of the Blytlie- vllle Kiwanis Club by Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of the Temple of Israel, at the club's weekly luncheon meeting In Hotel Noble yesterday. The film (old the story of the fight of the Jews to re-convert the vast waste lands of the Dead Sea into a fertile farming area. Guests at the meeting included: J. J. Holloway of Little Rock, secretary-treasurer _of the Arkansas Economic Council, Sgt. Percy Little of the Missouri state Police, Bob Black of Vicksburg. Miss., Col. H. V. Logsdon of Jonesboro, o, H. Sperling of Cape Girardeau. Mo., T. J. Bailey, J. B. Russell and Wagner Adams. son, Janies Tremalne. David Warren, D. L. Webster. Janet Boyd Peggy Crews, Shirley Davis, Barbara Graves, Lois Haynes, Rene Hays, Sandra Jarrett, Toby Long, Mann Miller, Bonnie Whisenlvunt . Sixth grade, Mrs. Slauder, teacher—Eugene Barty, Wancn Lee Davidson, John Deal, Jimmy Lee Hoi- eley, Charles Thompson, William Via, Frances Jones. : Sixth grade, Mrs. Penn, teacher- Bobby Bratten, Ralph Michales, Max Porter. James Pringle, Claude Steele. -Barbara Chennowch, Ber- Michel, Susan Cmo A Long Way from Home But Keeps His Job FRANKFORT, N.V., Nov. 3. M>,_ Joseph Camarala lias traveled about 1.160,000 miles in the last 18 yea,-s between his job in Indiana and his home here. Camarata retired last week after 32 years with the New York Central Railroad. He started "commuting" Jn 1031 when the railroad moved its Frankfort foundry, near Utlea to Elkhart, Ind.. n distance of cad miles. He didn't want to give up his Job as molder's helper nor did he want to move his family. So he made the round trip of 1,240 n.Uc's every weekend. the Courts Chancerj: ' Helen V. -.Williams vs.. Pied D Williams, suit for divorce. Louie K. Isaacs et al vs. Noel J Todd et ux, suit to foreclose on property. Lot 8 of Block 2 of the Chicago Mill and Lumber Company Third Addition,-to collect on SI650 note. Express Company, Insurance Firms Sued for $100,000 H. J. Frllzius filed stilt In the Civil Division of the Mississippi County Circuit Court here yesterday seekng damages of $100,000 from Hie American Express Company and four insurance companies. In the complaint, wlilch was filed for him by W. Leon Smith and James M. Gardner, attorneys, he alleges lhat "the defendants willfully and maliciously and without cause conspired lo cause his Indictment by a grand jury In October, 1947, In which lie was charged with embezzlement of $11,235 In funds of the express 'company." ' The complaint had been a'genl for the express company at the time file destroyed a store which IK operated here. At the time of his lndic!m?nt he had a suit pending In federal conn 10 collect (lie'in- surance, and later won th« suit. The criminal charges never were tried and court records reflect they were dismissed for lack of prosecution. In the civil action, Mr. FriUIus sosks $15,000 as compensatory dam- ngcs, and |25, as punitive damages. Pretzels get their gloss from being dipped before they are baked in a soda solution, or a very weak solution of lye water. THE GRAMS COMPANY \\i \n or\s Real E*tat<,.- NforU 'SCEOtA BM 1 HI Mil I Phone 3075 mmr ADVERTISING WINS CUSTOMERS, BUT. . THAT'S THE SECRET • . . which is making OLD JUDGE the No. 1 ceffe« in fh« MiddU W*.» 3-»--—»" ' Catholic Leader Succumbs, in Italy ROME, NOV. 3. (/I 1 ) — Francesco Cardinal Marmaggl, 73, one of the top aclinlnistrators In the Vatlcnn died early lortny after a heart at- •ack. i Cardinal Magmagel, elevated to the Sacred College !•! 1935, was prefect of the Congregation of the Council, lie directed the application nnd enforcement of decrees uf the ouncil of Trent and other church aws. His dc.itli recluccs the meinljcr- shlp of (lie Collcee of Cardinals to 54. The full membership Is 70. The body or the cardinal will lie n slale in a room of his apartment until Salurday afternoon, when the L'offln will be sealed by Mnmignor Knrico Dante, In charge of Vatican ceremony. A lend tube containing Cardinal Mnrmnggl's life's record will be placed in the coffin. Fuueif.l services .will be liclrt Monday at St, Cecilia's Church In Rome, of which Cardinal MnrmtiBKl was titular head. Burial will Ue at Home's Vcrano Cemetery. George to Elizabeth LONDON, Nov. 3.. (A") — The George s. ^aufnuin comedy, "George Washington Slept Here." opened In I/ondon's Strnnri Thciilcr today The British title: "Queen Elizabeth Slept Here." An archecloglcal expedition at -*ei« Gawra, Mesopotamia, uncovered dice estimated to have been used In 2750 B. O. PAGE FIVE In spite of efforts to draft an International schedule, 63 varieties of standard time are In use Izi the world today. Last Day • "Showing Rain or Shine" Open 6:30 Two All Tim* Hits '' '"^'MATW •"'••**"*•'-•;•'*** "•*> FOUR FACES WE u vai!) _ Plus Color Cartoon iVri.-Sat. News M(CR(A DEE IJCt'l' fj i'-ff BLYTHtVIULE'S ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Lasl Day • Two Big Hits Alaurten O'Hara. in "A Woman's Secret" Also Marx Brothers in "A Night at Opera" 1 Kl. Judy Cinova In >AT. "1'uddln* Heail" Tim Holt In "Western Heritage" PICKARD'S GROCERY AND MARKET 1044 Chickasowba Phone 2043 Good Juicv Beef or Uaby lieef CHUCK ROAST Ll , 49° RIB ROAST Lb 59< Round, Loin or Club STEAKS ,, 69' Swift Premium, 10-1211). avg. Fresh.; Firm ;; • WHOLE HAMS Lb ;53 c PURE LARD 8^ $ 1 I^H™ 1 Hoosier Valley " , ' PICNIC HAMS ,, 39 SLICED BACON ,„ 55 133. CRISCO 3 See Our Nice Selection of Juicy, Fresh DATES & FIGS Lb. Can LibhyY Delicious • CORN ON COB Tender-Sweet, Cream Style WHITE CORN 75 Four Ears No. 2'/j Can 16 303 Size, Early Garden In heavy syrup, Hunt's DELMONTEPEAS 21 e PEARS ,.* l>cl Mon.le, No. 30:1 can No. 2 cans, Comstock GREEN LIMAS 29 C PIE APPLES 2 For 35 C No. 2'/i Can, Hunt's All Regular ISc WHITE CHERRIES 42 DOG FOOD 2 ,,,25 2 Bag Limit Maxwell House Z 56 ( l'/ 2 lb. hot lie'syrup j\ o . 2 can, Adams WHITE KARO 19 CITRUS SALAD 21 C I'jbby's , Jack Sprat CORNED BEEF „„ 45 CATSUP No. '/i can 43 Del Monte Sockcy, No. 1 Tall Can G9c RED SALMON ll-oz. |Cc Bottle Id Tall Cans, Pel or CARNATION MILK 2 ( 23 Large box with cup & saucer MOTHERS OATS 46 C Ice-cream mix TEH BLOW 3,, f 69 c Flour ._ WHITE DOUGH 25&T 6 Flour YUKON'S BEST ....25.!& T 5 New wood cream GOLD SEAL Q , 98 e WASHING POWDER Duz-Super Suds Oxydol-Rinso large boxes CASHMERE CAHII BOUQUET 5ofl P O cakes Vtth O ukes SUPER SUDS large VEL S 17 C AJAX \T I /

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