The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 24, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 24, 1948
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MONDAY, MAY 24, 1D48 (ARK.T COURIER Tribunal to Rule On Closed Shop ^Validity of Nebraska Law Curbing Unions To Be Considered WASHINGTON, May 24. CUP! — The Supreme Court today agr to rule on the validity of the "anti- closed shop" amendment to Nebraska's state constitution. It was the tilled .such state law appealed to the supreme court by the American- Federation of Ijibor this term. The court already lias agreed to rule on nn amendment to the Arizona constitution and on a North Carolina statute which outlaw the closed shop in those stales. Nine other states have similar laws. Tho Nebraska amendment was nriopt" 1 by state voters in 1946. 'J I case was brought In Litr • an AFL affiliate which hati union shop contract with ' the Northwestern Iron & Metal Co. When an employe of the company stopped paying union duos, the union demanded that he be dis- ch£*jert. Tlie company refused, siv^Fg the constitutional amend- in (fat made the union shop contract illegal. The legality of the amendment was upheld by the Lancaster County District Court and the Nebraska Supreme Court"Union security goes to the very existence of labor organizations and their ability adequately to function on behalf of their members," the A PL. appeal said. "The abolition of that institution without any equivalent substitute, sreiously impairs.. .the right of organization itself." That's Palestine ChiW ;« Jnmes Akin, sged tliree. son of Mr. and Mrs. E B. Akin, 513 Norm ''irst SlrcK, suffered R luic-e injury estenlay In an automobile accident it Seventh »»d Main Streets. He was knocked to llu> pavement At was about to enter a cnr ojx-r- ated bv Larry Henri), Witnesses said that another cnr bm«i>cd the Henrn car pushing it forward a few feet. Tlie child was taken to nly- Iheville Hospital for treatment mid later removed to his home. Obituaries Colemon B, Hall, Former Missco Sheriff, Succumbs OSCEOLA, Ark., Mny 24.—Klim-- ral Services for Colcumn BrklwcU Hall. 82. will be conducted at the Swill Clmpel here at 2:30 tomorrow by the Rev. L. T. Lawrence, pastor of the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Hall, member of a Missls- county family, died at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis Sat- I cral services (or John Robert Dune- State's Colleges Turn Out 1,300 Graduates in '48 By United Press Nearly 500 proud Arkansas college graduates received their degrees yesterday, and morn than 800 others \vi!l get their diplomas within the next two weeks. At annual eom'ncncouienl exercises yesterday, Arkansas Tech at b'ew people realize how small Palestine actually is. As this map shows, this trouble spot is liUle bigger than .Vermont, one of our smaller states. Yet Ibe Holy Land supports 183.33 people per square mile, compared to Vermont's 37.38. Jurors Called In Civil Cases In Osceo/o A docket of civil cjises work III Hie cotton field* here, died suddenly lust night at Green's More lu Huffman. YOUIIK Giigsby lu\d joined l group who were chinning (hem- selves on (he ectKe of (he store porch ami hnd eliliined himself four or five times when he crumpled lo the ground. He wns taken lo the Wntls Hospital here In Blytheville, Inn was dead before Ilicy reached the hospital. The body wns (nken to the Cobb Funeral Homo and aiTftntiemenls nmtc lor Ihe body to he returned lo his home In Uussellvillc lociay Survivors lucltiue his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Lester GrtRsby of Rlissellville; three brothers, Wilbur, Arvie Dean, and Wlllinm all of Russellvillt'; nml five sisters Mrs. Raymond Morgan, of Niim- Ijcr N'tne, Mrs. Jam^.s Moore ol Huffman, Mrs. l-eo Number Nine; and Evelyn" mid Wll- mn GrlKSby of liussellvlllc. WilLtuct Cirlbsby bud come will Ills ffttbur and anotber brother to work In the collon fields. John R. Dunehew Dies; Funeral jRites Conducted i OSCEOLA, Ark,, May 24.—Pilil- Memphts; a son, J. B. King of Mem>his; her mother, Mrs. W. K. Sharp or Pine Bluff; another ilster Mrs. •Yank Bowen of Hollywood, Cnll- !ornU, and unolher. brother Wll- ilam Mlsho of Fine Blulf. . • • G. W. fowlitr, Coot«r, Dies; Rite* Tu««d«v Pnneral servlcrs: toi' a. W. Fowler, 82, of Cooler. Mo., will be conducted , at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow In the First. Methodist Chinch In Cooler. Burial will b« In the Mount Ziou cemetery. Mr. Howler died at midnight last night at lib home in Cooler following a long Illness. He was born In Lexington, Teim , and had lived In cooler for 50 years. He Is survived by his wife, two Chapel. Burlnl was lu the. Maple less to th* County Council next | Grove cemetery. month. L'vti Aslmbrunner, killed In action til Southern. France Oct. 30, 19-14. wa.s (lie fh'Kt N'orlh MIs-slss^ipL County war casualty lo be returned lo this country for li'irlnl- CiravesUle military services were concluded uy members of Co. M,' 'rests by the American Medical As- D«af«n«d How Hear Whisper* S F««t Away ed oy n Ift'Jrd Infantry, Arkunsus Guard milt of Blytheville. Rurml C/ub Women Attend Annual Picnic A]t]>roxitnutoly 30 metnuer.s of the comuy counell foi 1 tile Home Demonstration Clubs of North Mississippi County mot at the Fairgrounds Saturday tor n picnic mid to nuike final pliuis for fnrnLslilMK llielr recently-neciulri'd club room sons, Odls Fowler of Cooler and t at the falrgrounds. Edgar FXiwter of Miami. Flu.; six daughters, Mrs. E. H. llnvrtll of Tyler, Mo., Mrs. Mae Sheppherd. Mrs. Lal« Wlnelack and Mrs, l*im 1 l)edsi)rea"iis""trdrn feed sucks, .so lluil Hudson of llaytl; Mrs. Mivttle Hnr- n, e members roiild nmke the rims rls. of Ciubtn, Ky.. and Mrs. Harrell needed for their elub room. Ml«v Gertrude Hotul. home demonstration nui'iil. domunsliaU'd ru^s fvojii tiutlup .sacks uiul urclay of a heart ailment, which has tept him in poor health for several •ears. He wns taken to the hospital ast Wednesday. Mr. Hall had spent the lust '20 years ol his life in New Madrid, Mo.. mving gone there from Mississippi . Memphis, the Rev. D. County, where he had lived since \ Portageville. Mo., and hew, 75. of colcwan Lateral near here, were conducted this afternoon at the finptist church in Kelser by the Rev. Frank Anders. The Rev. Mr. Anders was assisted by the Rev, Krnnk GJllcsple of G. BUBB ot the Rev. L. Davis of niylhcvllle. German Funeral Home of Sleelc, Is In charge. ... Military Burial Grvtn B/xtfievr'J/* Veteran Military Inneral services for I*vL. Alfred Glenn Ashnbranncr, 20. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur G. AsliA- Dranner of Blythevlllc Route '3, were conducted yesterday .aftcr- ncon nt the Cobb Funeral Home Th« IjcnchvtUc chib will be lio.s- Natioiml fioclnllon's Council on Vhyslca Medicine .show Hint science has now enabled deafened people to hear fulnl sounds, lo easily understand whispers from 5 feet away, aided by 11 liny hearing device so light yon bardly ktiow yon are wearing it, With it thousands now enjoy music, .sermons and friendly companionship. F'inger tip controls let you adjust 1L Instantly to .sound eondllions. No separate bal- lery pack, wires or harness lo wi'l^H you down. The makers ol 'leltone, Dept. 25, 1450 W. 10th St. 'o'hieiiRo 8, II!.. are •<> proud ol Die 11 1 achievement that they will • i; 11 idly .send you u fi'ce tics crip Live; booklet and explain how you muy test- this remarkable tlevlcs In your own home without risking n, penny. Write Heltotie today. FREEBOOK-On Rectal Troubles Why Neglect May Uad to Associated Ailments „ 40-!>«KC PIIKK BOOK—tell* JacU about Piles, Kcctiil abscess. Fistula und other rectal autl colon disorders; alKo rcialetl ailments and latest cor- K'clh'c treatments, Thornton tt Minor Clinic, Suite 1772, 926 McGee, Kunsas City, Mo. 1835. While living In Mississippi ] J- Smith of Kelser, County he served two terms us ! Mr. Dunehew, father of Xtrs. f!u- shcrltf. He was bom in Owensboro, nice Hodge of Blythcvilie. who hart bceti a farmer and merchant near Osccoln for 20 years, died al his home Sunday afternoon. Survivors Include his wife; three sons, Blrrieth W. and Delmar K. Dimehew of Memphis and Slcgcl Dunehew of Kelser; and five daughters, Mrs. Webb Johnson of Pascagoula. Miss., Mrs. Eunice Hodge of Blylhevillc, Mrs. George W. Klr-el of Detroit, Mich., Lucille Graves of Osceola and Mrs. Jewel Johnson of Memphis. Burial was at the Krman Cemetery with the Swift Funeral Home in charge. He is survived by hl.s -son C. B. Hall of Osccola. Active pallbearers will be E. H. Riley, Milton Pope. Louis George, Dave Young; Garner, Earl, and Guy Robbins. and W. \V. Prewitl. Final Rites Conducted For Harley C. Holder Get the New Look Charles W. Light of Paragould is presiding over the court. Hearing was under way this afternoon before Herbert Me Adams of Jonesboro as special chancellor in a case in Mississippi County Chancery Court in Osceola in which two Little River Township membe Mississippi Circuit Court Ihs week with a jury to report Wednesday conferred degrees upon J morning, it was announced today 3CO graduates, Arkansas Slate 1 by Harvey Morris, circuit clerk, af- lisy-riers College at Conway handed | ter the opening session bad been (9f 150 degrees, and the College of devoted 10 hearing motions. Jud; the O/.arks at Ctarksville graduated 14 senior students. Ouachita College at Arkadelphir. conferred degrees today upon 'M graduates, and Henderson College, also at Arkadelphia, graduated 69 students. The University of Arkansas will gi\ - e degrees to a record number of I of the County Democratic Central 685 graduates at the 74th annual [ Committee arc questioning the Spring commencement Sa tu r day, . right, of tlie committee to appoint June 5. bringing the year's total Lo [ three additional members to the 977 graduates. A total of 292 degrees j committee to serve in Little River were conferred at the Midwinter ; Township. The action named the commencement exercise, officials of the county committee as For the first time in the history of the University, the degree of doctor ci medicine will be given at Fayetteville to graduates of tli3 medical branch' in Little Rock. Heretofore, graduating ceremonies for the medical school have been held in Little Rock. The University will give honorary doctor ol la\vs degrees to four persons, doctor of medicine degrees 10 Last rites for Hurley Clarence Holder. 65, father of Prentis Holder and Mrs. Herman Beshnrse of Blytheville, were conducted nt Die Cobb Funeral Chapel yesterday by! " * " the Rev- H. s. McDonald of corn- Mrs. Georgia G. King in the Osccola Division of the ; j ngi nssistcd by the Rev. H. T. Kidd =__, „=._.. = . ~. . .. ....... of Blytheville. Burial was In Die Maple Grove Cemetery. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erven Holder, of Ottaoll, Ind., were unable to attend the service; however three sisters, Mrs. Raymond Billings, Mrs. John Bi it tain and Miss Grace Holder of Ottwcll were in Blytheville for the funeral services. Other out-of-town relatives here for the funeral are Mrs. J. W. Jones, her son, B. J. Jonc.s and bis wife of Washington, Ind., Prentis E. Holder of Clark&vihe. Ark., Mr. n:vl Mrs. Edward, Cancel! ol Memphis and Mr- and Mrs. A. C. Sanders of Helena. 55. master of arts or master of science degrees to 75. and biiche- lor of law degrees to 28. The remainder arc various bachelor degrees. Three .Autos Damaged; Police Seek Jeep Driver Police today are searching for (bE^d river of a Jeep which y ester- c(b mommy sicieswiped the parked cjvr.s of '..hree BlytheviUe men. Deputy Sheriff Erxvin Jones stated that the Jeep sidesAijied cars belonging to Bill Godwin. E. M, Terry Jr.. and Frank Pope. The car- wore parked in front of ths 1 deiemirmUs. Jesse Taylor of Blytheville is chairman of the committee. The committee was enlarged at ?. i recent session in Blytheville by naming three new members to serve with Ed Brown and W. A. Miuheny, wiio were elected oom- mUteenifMi in that township two years ago. Increased voting .strength of the township since the last election entitles the townslr.p to a Jarger representation on the connty committee, Mr. Taylor indicated RussetlYillc Youth Dies Suddenly at Huffman Wilt a rd Grigsby, 18. who came from Russellville last Wednesday lo Buried in Memphis Services for Mrs. Georgia Gvos- Burth King, 48, formerly of Blytheville and sister of Mrs. A. R. Coalter nnd M. K. Misho of Blytheville were conducted nt Ihe J. \v. Morris Funeral Home In Memphis this i morning by the Rev- C. M. Plckler. ' Burial was in the Forest Hill Cemetery Mrs. King died at the St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis Saturday morning, nfler nn of night months, fihc was a member of the Boulevard Baptist Churcb. Mrs. King wns born lu Blytheville in 1900, and moved to Memphis about IS yc^s ago from Paragoulci. where her late husband. Joseph B. King, was in the advertising btisl- ne.'y. Survivors other than Mrs. Co.i> r and Mr. Mlslio include two daugU- tcis, Mrs. O- F. Misho of Detroit nnd Mrs. James T. Glnscock of EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING ! Fitzpatrick Jewelers Blvthrvlllf, Ark. VLUSATILK PRESIDENT Theoci ore Ro os evelt was pe rh a ps the most versatile "man who ever has been president of the United States, in the estimation of the Encyclopedia Britlanica. He was eminent as a naturalist, .soldier, orator, and historian, and was one of the most widely-read men of his time. iiome.s. Tlie driver of the Jeep apparently wns intoxicated, Deputy Sheriff Jones staled. Aitention Graduates! Here's Our Special Offer to you: PORTRAITS 2 - 5x7 7 s 3 - 4x5 7 s In Cap & Gown This Month Only Cullison's Studio 100 W. W.lnuf Ph.nt 2460 Across From SUM and Young New farm telephones At Kirby's Three Stores Pscitic Jugs 1 Gal. $2.95 with Spout $3.49 XPOSf SUNTAN LOTION ?>ofnrt tof/lt.. Aiutint 'Go/c/i#* SUN GLASSES A Mtiitii ELECTRIC •-In. FAN 4?i U-L approved Sriirl* Shampoo Spray 1.25 to 2.00 It's New !N8ECTO*UTK It's New A D.D.'I'. Khudii-Kitiips on :my li^M nl«l>e. No KHTiiy—no powder—no muss—no (rouble. Kills moths—insects—silver fish etc. Not poismums lo Ininmns or pet.s. (!oo<l for one season. Ideal Cos porches nnd close Is. 97* Evening in Paris Bath Powder and Cologne Both for $1.3 5 Fitch Shampoo with Shower Spray Both $1.19 Cotton Bale Souvenirs of Blytheville 25c & 49c Marm Clocks - 2.00 - $1.50 leris Hair Tonic Offer - 76c ICE CREAM Pints 25c Flavors 30c Only the KAISER and FRAZER have it! Some 'NIW like iliii and some 'NIW" sedtroom but no headroom V It's a common sight lo see new telephone pole lines at the sides of rural roads in many of Southwestern Bell's exchanges. They mean modern telephone service is on the job lo make for better farm living. You will find quiet, two-wire telephone lines replacing noisy "ground return" circuits in these areas. Convenient handset telephones are taking the place of boxlike wall instruments. Farmers need dependable telephone service. We're doing our best to provide it for them—fast. In the past two years, we have connected more than 80,000 additional telephones in the rural areas we serve. SOUTHWESTERN BILL TEIEPHON£ CO. headroom but no seatroorrt plenty of headroom! plenty of seatroom! TRUE FUNCTIONAL DESIGN True Functional Design is beauty with a purpose. For example, Ihe STREAM-THRU fenders of Ihe Kaiser or Itie Fiazcr are a style feature olhers have atlcmpted lo copy. Bui Ihe real reason for Ihe design has been overlooked. The true function is lo provide more usable space withoul increasing over-all width. Only Ihe Kaiser and the Froze/ have more usable space. MORE SEAT WIDTH/ . . . MORE HEAD ROOM) . . . MORE 1UGGAGE SPACE! The Kaiser and Ihe Frazer aren't Ihe same old girls in a new dress — Ihey're new from Ihe road upl Best of oil these modern cars from Willow Run are yours al no increase in price! "61" Motor Company North 6th Street Phone 2142

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