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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 8, 1950
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.PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1950 London Marked By Pageantry And Pomp for King's Birthday LONDON, June 8. W) — London'' »parkled with pomp and pageantry today ss King George VI marked his official birthday by creating gevcn new peers and bcslowcd honors on distinguished Britons. Around the wonci British dlplo- maU and governors entertained at flnnua 1 - king's birthday receptions. Though the monarch actually was born Dec. 14, 1895, the anniversary officially Is celebrated today because Britain's June weather ts more pleasant. Within the capital the high spot of the day's ceremonies was "trooping the colors." by crack army units dressed in colorful uniforms dating hack lo Ihe Napoleonic wars. KInf Names List Those named by the king to his birthday honors list Indiided political figures, actors, musicians, factory workers, a motorcycle racer and Britain's HCC steeplejack. The steeplejack. Sidney Larkins. last November brought down a policeman's helmet that unidentified pranksters hung atop the 310-foot spire of the House of Commons. Today he was awarded tile order of Ihe British empire for general competence as an Industrial worker during a venturesome career. Field Marshal's Baton To Australia's most distinguished soldier. Gen. Sir Thomas A, Blarney, 'went a field marshal's baton. He was the second soldier from outside the United Kingdom to be so honored. South Africa's Jan Christian Smuts was the other. Three of the new barons are labor party figures no longer in the House of Commons as the result of the last election. They are Lewis Silkin, 'forme: minister of town and country planning, whom no labor party ; district organization would accept as s candidate; Lt. Col. Harry Morris, who resigned his seat in favor SHE'LL TAKE TAME Y-Sally Ann Wood, II, of SmitnlJcId, S. C., turns lo her pet rat, Tamcy. when she wants to nlav molhrr. Tamcy holds bottle, and drinks milk IhroueK a niplile. of Solicitor General Sir Frank Sos- kice after Soskicc's detent in his own district, and D. R. Rces-Wil- liains, former junior minister defeated In the election. Other New Barons The other new barons are Sir Cyril Hurcomb. chairman of the British Transport Commission; Dr. E. W. Hives, managing director of the Rolls Royce Motor Company; Ernest Greenhill, n member of the Glasgow Corporation since 1D33. am Sir Gilbert Campion, clerk of th consultative assembly of the Coun cl! ol Europe. Uruguay Invites UNESCO FLORENCE, Italy. June 3. Itfl— Uruguay yesterday invited the Un . ited Nations Educational, Scientif ic and Cultural Organization ( ESCO) to hold its 1052 genera conference In Montevideo. THURSDAY NIGHT! 8 P. M. American Legion Auditorium DON'T MISS IT Three-Time-Loser' at Crime r s in Dutch y/ith Law Again LITTLE HOCK, June 8. (/T) — DOR Boy" E'al Roberts, who won rccdom from Tucker Prison Farm *'hen he and his bloodhounds hclp- d capUire a group ol escapees last winter, Is In dulcli with the law Cain. Roberts, a three-time loser from Sebastian County. Is back In Jail — icld In connection with burglary, arceny and embezzlement in both title Rock and Norlh Little Rock, le was arrested at Pine Bluff Tuesday. Held in North Little Hock, lie has >cen charged with embezzlement nti Is to have n hearing In municj- lal court tomorrow. Officers said ther charges would be filed. Having served at Tucker off and on since 1937, Roberts' job was lo ctive for bloodhounds vised to track lawn escaping felons, It was in this capacity thai, he climbed int<i the imcliKht last January by helping officers nab Perry Williams. Jack Rheiiark and David Dyer, three o( "our convicts who shot their way out of Tucker Farm New Year's Eve. Industrialist Asked To Handle John Lewis As Chief Negotiator PITTSBURGH, Would you take June 8. on the I/T) ticklish The «le will beheld upon Auc- | „ UMrict to be k t „ 11( , uldalcd Sh 2S o'i i«o!Tn the ol! | <*»«<« « the bidder is awarded fice of Supt. of Schools in Armo- | <h° sale of the bonds and fails to rel, Arkansas. Each bidder will be; complete the purciiu-tc. Checks of required In file a certified check in) unsuccessful bidders will be return- the sum of $200 OJi a bank that Is ' cd promptly. Tiie District reserv&s a member <>! the FniO. payable to , the right to reject any and all bids. For further Information addre-s th» GIVEN this 23 day of May, 1950. ARMOREL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9 OF MISSISSIPPI couN-ry, ARKANSAS ny E. L. HALE.. President and ARTHUR VANCE, Secretary job of handling John L. Lewis at coal contract time for from ?5Q,C(K to $(15.000 a year? That's the question a Pittsburgh industrialist is debating these days He is Henry M. Moses, picked by fellow coal operators to head a new permanent association of coal mine owners. They want a central figure to take over the task o! negotiating with Lewis, president ol the United Mine Workers. Moses, boss of most of the United States Steel Corporation's coal mining operations, hasn't said yes or no. But his friends and associates in tin coal Industry predict he'll take the job. W ALL Y FOWLER W>TH HIS GOSPEL & SPIRITUAL ALL-NITE SINGING All-Nite Singing Concert GOSPEL AND SPIRITUAL FEATURING THE LARGEST ARRAY OE QUARTETS EVER TO APPEAR IN BLYTHEVILLE • Wally Fowler and His Famous Oak Ridge Quartet from Nashville. • The Original Blackwood Bros. Quartet of Shennandoah; Iowa, • The Sensational Happy Goodman Family of Mayfield, Kentucky. • Fred C. Maples and the Harmoneers Quartet of Atlanta, Georgia. • The Original Rangers Quartet of Raleigh, North Carolina • Manual Battles Quartet of Kennett, Missouri • Sponsored by Boyd S. Tomlinscn and his Calvary Quartet Only a Few Special Reserved Scots on Sale at Owens Drug and Rothrock's Drug Store $1.10 Including Tax GENERAL ADMISSION AT DOOR ADULTS 75c Inc. Tax CHILDREN 50c Inc. Tax DONT MISS IT! Arkansas Methodists Add 5,527 Members HOT SPRINGS, Ark., June 8. (tPl —The Little Rock conference of Methodist Church has added 5.527 members during the past year. The additions were reported here yesterday at the annual conference convention. The Little Rock District added 1,704. and the Camden District. 1020, Other district additions included; Arkadclphia, 1M; Hope 627; Monticello, 650, and pine Bluff, 733. The conference today was to consider a proposal for consolidation of the Little Rock and North Arkansas conferences. The convention will end Snndas with announcement of pastoria appointments for the next year NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BO.S'DS Armorci School District No 9 ol Mississippi County, Arkansas, hereby gives notice thai it will sell to the highest bidder for cash lls proposed issue of $10,000 in 3.35% school bond* dated June 1, 1950 Interest payable semi-annually, and maturing serially on February 1 of each year as follows: $250 in IDS! to 1955. Inclusive 500 in 1956 to 1965. Inclusive 150 in ISC6 to 1070, inclusive These bonds will be payable In Uic first instance from the surplus' revenue derived each year from the ] fourteen mill continuing building! lax voted at the annual school' election on Sepiembcr 27. 1049, for the payment of a $65.800 refunding and construction school &ond issue dated October 1, 1919. maturing serially on February 1 o( the year,' 1951 lo 1070, Inclusive. The Dislrlcl will agree that tn the event it calls any ot the boiuls of the October 1. 1049 issue for payment prior lo maturity, it will at the same time call a proportionate amount of Ihe proposed bond Issue (to thr nearest whole bond) for payment prior to maturity at the same time. In addition, the District, will pledge for he payment of % these bonds »U other revenue that may now or hereafter legally be pledged. The buyer may name the place of payment and trustee, and may have the right to convert the bonds to a lower rate of interest, according to tiie Universal Bond Values Tables and subject lo the approval of the Commissioner of Education. The buyer will be expected to pay the expenses of the issue, including the printing and trusteeing of the bonds and the fee of Townsend and Townsend Attorney?. Ltttle Rock, upon ! whose approving opinion the bond's will be issued. The bonds will be I callable for payment prior to maturity in inverse numerical order at par and accrued Interest, as follows: From surplus revenue derived from the fourteen mill building fund tax, on any Interest paying date; from funds from any other source, on any interest paying date on Rnd after February 1, 1956. AMERICAN FAVORITES- Kiugara I'alts, Aeio York'i final tight...anil ^ Croti-ii,- 's jlncst American Always SURE lo "go over big"I That's Niagara Falls Thai's Seagram's 7 Crown, J«asnm's 7 Crown. Blsnded Whiskey. 86,8 Pfoof. 65% Grain Neutral Spirits. Seagram-Distillers Corp., Chrysler 8ldg.,N.Y. Arkansas Men Named By National Sheriffs CHICAGO. June 8. W-)—Sheriff W. H. Baker of : Lewisville, Ark., and former Sheriff Ho'-vard Clayton of Arkansas City, Ark., were named to Ihe board of governors of the National Sheriff's Association here yesterday. The Puiflskl County, Ark., Junior deputy organization won A prize for nn exhibit it entered at the association's convention, which ended yesterday. . OTALTEX LIFETIME NOTICE ' Notice Li hereby given thai the J undersigned has filed with tiie . Commisioner ol Revenues ol the ' State of Arkansas for permit to sell ! and beer at retail na the j premises described R-S Main St., Huffman, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that lie is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has nev- or been convicted of a felony or j other crime involving moral turpi- ' lude; that no to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the la\vs of this state, or any other stale, relative lo the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit lo be Issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July 1050. and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1951. Fiank Moore Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7 day of June 1950. Mrs. Marshall Blackarrl Notary Public My Commission expires: 3,953 6-3-50 JACK WEBB, M.D. Now relocated In the Lynch Building, IHylhcville Practice I.imilcil to Eve. Ear, Nose & Tlirnal U.S.ROYA1S TM OMY jfoi-f&leL IN THE WORLD FOR SALE Canercte c«ltert». 12 Inch to «S Inch, plain nl r«nlorccd Alsir Oncrele Building Blocks cheap. cr than l»mhti fm harm cliic-krn nooses, pomp houses, tenant inol sheds We dcllTcr OSCEOLA TILE & CUIVERT CO. rhonr 691 LOANS CARS, TRUCKS Real KsUtc * United Insurance Agency A. F. (VJcel Dietrich, Msr. Isl * Main—Rear City Drue Rlytiirtvllle. Ark. LOWEST COST PER SAFE IN TIRE HISTORY! i iew EVERLASTING WHITEWAUS! To maintain the spotless beauty of your tires! i PROTECTIVE CURBGUARD! To end all grinding curb scuff and abrasion—all cleaning nuisance and expense! i new 25% SOFTER and SAFER RIDE.' Absorb the road in iilenct, cushion and protect you at any specdl U.S.IWONUFE-TUBES.' For juncture and blowout protection nn'tr possible before! i"i'r« features never known before? UNITID STATES RUBBER COMPANY -lie extreme mileage economy nt llicse ftreat Mit!-Ccntury tires and mountain letting where llie tires were developed —confirmed now by endless safety and miteafte reports from their owners and users. The Mid- I'cntiiry Master ijivcs you, acm- ally, -UUU-F, 1.1VF.S IN ONH —*%i;h great Ircad depth in permit its complete rencwaHilUy At any lime, in mnitrtain Us freshness, newness njul safety —\\Iicn other tirc< arc enjini their lives. This is your economy tire inve'l- mcnl (or years of utninvt safety mileage at minimum cost. Ask for Ihcm on the next car you buy! Put them on your old car today— for years lo come! STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. Walnut at Firtt LANGSTON-McWATERS BUICK CO. Walnut at Broadway

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