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BIATHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIRR NEWS SATURDAY, TONT, 8, 194f Bill y Be Killed S*H. McGroth Sayt 1 Majority Fccli Act {-It Unconstitutional • "•' ' Bty Fred Mullen CMU4 Preo SUM CocTr.pond»rl) WAWnNOTON, June 5. (UP)—Ai .dminWration apokesman forecas od«T that the Mundt-Nixon Com- auniat-Oontrol bill will die In lenat* Judiciary Committee, i B»n, J. Howard McOratli, D., R I,, who la al» chairman of the Dem teratlc National Committee, satd hi btUtTM » majority of the 13-inan Sommlttet opposes the House-ap pnttd bill as uncorutltullnnal. !-steQr«th made the prtdlctlo •Kortly after President Truman s»l In a Chicago jpeech that th« sprea W Communists cannot be stoppe fby p««lni a law sgnlnst It" 1 The best way to halt commun Ian, said Mr. Truman, Is to "adop jefisla'ion that will provide our ctt Mm with the home: they need, th Bible School Director Mrs. J, D. Stafford of Vivian, I*., h»» been selected ai director t the Vacation Bible School which will be conducted In the First Cliurc of the Naz»ren« starling Monday and continuing through Friday, It wa Opportunity 'or universal good; gnnout!ce a yesterday by th* pastor, the flev Daniel Stafford, Mrs. *taf health and universal free schooling. Jhe «xl«ision of social security, the full rlphU at citlieruhip, an equal rhance for good Jobs at fair wnses. hnd * brake on Inflation that will hold the purchasing power of these 1 wages at a high level." i ItcGralh, a member of the Judl- leUry committee, said he Is certain 'itt'. leu I live of the six Democrats jrlll vot* agalmt the Mundt-Nixon ineasur*. Two Republican commit- ieemen already liavi come out JKalnat the bill, i Jf McOnth's estimate vs correct, the* wven votes would be sufficient to shelve the measure for Ibis aes- ylon of Congress lord Is shown above presenting a flannel eralt lesson. 8he will elvc crafl each day as Obituaries school. Sessions will be conducted from 8 to 11 a.m. each day with a Ujion in flannel telling pcrlodi. Instructors will include Mrs. Bar old C. Thompson.. Mrs. Andre feature of tlie faft to Conclude Campaign Tour of Slorth Carolina I.ENOIR, N. C., Jun« ». (UP) — Kr.n. Robert A. Tuft, R., Q, ached- uled an "of( tlie cuff" luncheon' ech here today to conclude his delegate-hunting tour of North Carolina before rclurning to Waih- nirtoo later In th« day. Th* Republican presidential hopeful conferred with National CommltUeman J. E. Broyhlll here Ml ntjht after a full day In which he delivered llva ipeecliea ywter- day. Tart ipoke U> itat« OOP leaders n 8tat«vill« yesterday and prom- lued h« would return to North Carolina to campaign for the Republican Party. H« charged Uial President Truman la not, interested in culling expensea and Uxte or curl ailing federal control of the people. Tail credited Die Republican Congrcu wilh clashing about 13.- OOO.OOO.COO from tlie president's budget for th« current fiscal year, removing "IrkJiome" war regulations and federal bureau', and establishing "justice for both, sides in the labor controversy." Shane * Fendler, Atty. for PHfT. (Seal) »;32-»-»|5-12 the plaintiffs, R. J. McKlnnon, Hazel McKlnnon, Orover £. Snider and Dorothy Snider, filed against them In »ald Court In case No. 10448. Upon failure so to answer, eald complaint — — »•-•«•••••*.•• will he taken as confessed. ] p, yy f BREWER Wllness my hand as Cleric of said nWTIStT Court and the aeal thereof on this unwiiai May 21, 1948. HARVEY MORRIS, CI«rk By Betty Peterson, D. C. Arthur S. Harrison, Atty. ad litem. OFFICE 209W W. MAIN »T. PHONE 2112 Blytheville, Ark. . Mays, Mra. Ira Lambert, Mr s . Clyde Cameron, Mrs. B. F. Loflln, Mrs. variety of courses to be. offered in Daniel Stafford, and Mrs. K. D. addition to (he games and atory- I Halford. Soviets Seize U S. Civilian Escorting Girl Spy Who Doublecrossed USSR Former Resident, A. J. Biship, Sr., Dies of Injuries j .Funeral services will Ke conducted Wednesday (or Algle J. "Biship, Sr., jlT.'Who died at his home, S25 Bak- *r- Street, San Francisco, Calif. »*»t«rday. '.. Mr. Biship, formerly of Blythe- vlllt received a skull fracture In a fall last Monday, and It was believed that his recovery was possible until a short time before his Heath. , Mr. Biship, moved from .Blythe- jville where hfe hud been an an- nouneer for radio station KLCI> about five yean ago. He resided )iere more than 40 years. Since fte *6d' his wife moved to California )it has been In the real estate bus- Votes Bonds for Annex VIENNA. June 5. (UP)—An Amer-»lean civilian, the escort of an Ans- I ... . c L I n:-» :_* trian girl apy who. douulecrossed MllSOUrt SchOOJ DlltrlCt the Russians, was re|»rted held deep In the Soviet sector of Vienna today utter being *«l«d by 20 Russian soldierfi from British and Austrian police, at gunpoint. The Russians seized the Ameri- i; Survivors other than Mrs. BIs- hlp Include a son, Aigle J. Biship, Jr.; a student at Arkansas State at Jonesboro, a brother, Biship of Blytheville; four titters, Miss Eula Biship of Blythe- V'tUe, Mrt. Norveila Martls of Los AngBles, Mrs. Howard Mnttlngly and Mn. Joe Halavaty, of St. Lpiila; two step sisters, Mrs. Re; VMlf and Mrs. Ivan Biship of St. . Louis; two step brothers, Newton .Anthony of St. LouU and Nelson •Anthony, Tampa, Fla; anrt his father and step mother, the Rev and Mn. W. A, Biship of Festus. Mo., Mr. Biship is a nephew of Jack BUhip of Blytheville. :'Mn. Jack Biship of Blytheville will accompany Aigle J. Biship, Jr : ., to San Francisco to attend the funeral. They will leave Blytheville tonight. can while freeing two Russian secret police agenls from a police station In the International Zoua of Vienna, policed by the British tills month on a rotational system. Tlie British took the American and the two Russians into custody Thursday night, according lo American sources, when the Russian. 1 ! tried to nbducC the Austrian girl while she was In the company ot the American. The American resisted and the souffle attracted police. American sources said the girl WKA spying on the Americans for (h« Russians but had doublecross- ed tlie Soviets and was wanted by them. The three men were taken lo the police station. Immediately afterward. 20 armed, Russian soldiers arrived. ' They knocked down an Austrian guard In front of the station and forced their way In. The soldiers put their guns on Austrian and British police and forced them to hand over the two Kusfun secret agents. Then they forced the American into a car and CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. June S — 'In a special bond election re- r.enlly, lh« Concord Consolidated School District voted unanimously Gatewood Grocery Star* Line Phone 975 GAS GAS Reg., Gal. Ethyl, Gal. 20k 22k on an improvement bond issue in he amount of J2S.OOO, There was lot a dissenting vote case, school board members staled. Tlie money Is to be used to annex four class rooms, modernize toilet facilities, add a fuel and heater room, and U> rebuild tlie stairway to the present structure out ol lireproof material, Improvements will be made to the auditorium, which, when completed, will seat 300. The auditorium will be used for community activities as well as for school affairs. Caruthertyille Cub Scout Pack No. 92 It Chartered CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June 5 —The Kiwanls Club was presented charter this week for Club Scout Pack No. 62. which the club is sponsoring. The presentation vjis made by Floyd Hamlett, who also presented Cub Scout c»mx to mem- oers 'whs are active In Cub Scout work. Cards were presented Jack Taylor, Cub Master; Tom Collins, Assistant Cub Master; Dr. Carl O. Delloff, committee chairman; Rny Klemp and Bob Gallher,'committee members; and Donald V. Magee, district, representative. It was' announced that John S. White and Judge a. Carey would represent the Caruthersvllle club at the Klfnnls International Convention at Lc* Angeles, Calif., next week. Whiskies l-2Pt. Pt. 5th Segram"7" 1.35 2.65 4.15 Calvert 1.35 2.65 4.15 Bonds 2.25 4.35 6.90 Cagarets Ctn.—1.55 STUDEBAKER . . . th* "N#w Look" i* Motor Cart! • First In Style! • First In Vision! • First by far witha Post War Car! Guarant««<J Us«d Cars and Trucks S«« Chamblin Salt* Co. for Complete S*ryfc*f CHAMBLIN SALES CO. "Your Friindly Studebaker Dealer" R.R. & Ash Sts. Phon* 2195 Services to Be Held For Mrs. J. D. Wood burn Funeral services tor Mrs. J. D. drova oft. American sources said Ihe Russians were seen beating the American as they disappeared from sluht. An Austrian pollca report described the two Russians as "drunken Soviet soldiers." American -sources, who did not, Identify any of the persons Involved in the incident, said the Austrian girl hort been "planted" by the Russians In a job in an American luilitary establishment to obtain Information. • Instead, the girl reported her mission to U. S. authorities fltld had been sending the Ilusslans information supplied by the Americans lo deceive the Soviels. According lo this version .the giri was summoned to meet her Russian bosses late Thursday night. The American was setH along to guarJ Art Instructor Honored CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., June S --Mrs. Irene Hazel, art Instructor in both grade and high school or this city. Is a member of the Art Department during the summer term, of the State College at Cape Qlrar- rtcau. Mo., it wa* announced here yesterday. Mrs. Hazel has gained considerable recognition for her meinods o- arl Instruction In the local schools, and has had a number of articles published in school and art magazines relating U> art teaching. •Woodburri, 87, will be conducted j her. The rendezvous was ncnr the tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. in the Cobb municipal park, where the Russians Funeral Home, Chapel by the Rev. H. T. Kldd, paslor of the Presby- . . , terian Church. Burial will be In tlie Klmwood .Cemetery. Iricd to kidnap the girl. The American held olf the Russians while the girl escaped. V. S. authorities said the Russian Mr«. Woodburn died «t her home, action was the most Migrant 3d East Kentucky, yesterday after' breach of allied agreement since i lengthy Illness. I the beginning of -the Joint occupa- Mrs Woodburn had lived in tion three years ago. Delinquent Tax Sale Date For Real Estate Changed CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June 5 —Comity .Collector R. C. Multiniks announced yeslerday that the sale dale for real estate for delinquent taxes this year will be advanced from Ihe first Monday In November to the fourth Monday In August. Tliis advancement Is under a Missouri Legislative Bill signed April 7, 1948, by Governor Phil Donnelly. The two-year redeemable date tor persons to redeem their lands which nre sold tor taxes will continue to be in effect, Mr. Mnllniks stated. Persons whose lands were sold lor taxes In 1946 and 1M7 will have two years from the first Mon- rtay in November of Ihe year 1: which Ihe lands were sold to redeem Ihem. Mr. Nulllniks staled. —The three civic clubs of the city— Kiwanls, Rotary and Junior Chamber of Commerce—will hold a joint meeting Tuesday night at the Methodist Church, with the Roli- rlans ns hosts, to hear an address by Charlie Evans of Little Rock. Ark. The meeting will begin at 6:15 p.m. Notice of Admlnlairalloit On May 28th 19«, letters ot administration upon the estate of A. M. Brewer, deceased, were granted to the undersigned, Angcllne Brewer, whose address Is RPD No. 1, Leachville, Arkansas. All persons having claims against said estate are required lo exhibit the same lo the adminIstratrix properly authenticated, within six (SJ months from the date of tha first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred and precluded from any. benefits In said estate. •. ' Dated this 2Hin day ol M»», 1348. Angellne Brewer, Administratrix MnrcUs Evrard Attorney tor Administratrix REFRESHING REDUCING INVIGORATING Rid yourself of that ugly fat, both men mid women. Feel young and be young again by sulphur bath and oil massages. Course of 10 for $20. For Appointment Call 2»:i9 1510 Ash Street E. C. Davit Violetta Morgan Masseur Maseeui* BlythrviSe for «8 years, having come here from Troy, Tenn.. where i she was born April 1, 1861. Her MaSOrll Meet aurvlvors Include two daughters,! Mrs. Cary Pheeney and Mrs. Mnr-| CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. June 5 vln Robinson, both of Blytheville _Tlie 51st Masonic District Asso- and a brother, J. A. King of Troy.t c i a tton held Its regular meeting The Cobb Funeral Home Is In j a t portngeville Friday night, wilh charge of arrangements. ; ti, e portagevllie Masonic lodge. Pallbearers will be Tom Dean, Pat A dinner was held at seven o'clock | O'Bryant, Joe Alexander, A. G. Rn a nt eight o'clock. Ihe Mnylleld,, Bhlbley Charlie Thompson, and Ky., degree team gave the third ' Joint Meeting Scheduler. CARUTHBRSVIIiE, Mo., June » WARNING ORDER The defendants ,N!na Ashabran- ncr, Christine Ashabranncr Morris, Opal Ashabranner Mitchell and Glynn Ashabranner, are warned to appear In the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi Comity, Arkansas, within 3C days and answer the complaint of JNOW! ADAPTABLE To Many Industrial, Commercial and Farm Uses TRUSS-CLEAR ... NO WASTED SPACE SPECIAL Beer Per Case Red Top Al« J2 0« GrieMdleck $3.15 Pabat BIu. Ribbon $3.15 Budweiser 13.75 Russell Marr Liquor Store 114 So. 2nrt SI. Phone 807 : Good for Life j All-Aluminum IWindowScreens • Builders i! Supply Inc i' S. Highway 61 ' BUTLER?* BUILT • low Cost per 10 tt • Cost Li» lo buy anij mtin- lun. • ^Convenient Sizes — 40' width. Length in multiples ol 20'. »|J» 32' ind 20' widths. lenjihl^lmultioltJ ol 12'. • Slian; tiusskss construe, lion. Full usoble spici. • Erecled in diyt irultid at weehs. tt »f COMPANY C. A. TANT CONST. CO. Authorized Deafer for Butler Steel Buildings General Contracting P. 0. Box 83 Phone 896 Blytheville, Ark. ftttui Mtscvxy fftHci uturt fit you* Si ill & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury D«af«r Phone S479 Blythevill* Ark. 112 Walnut 9C f jot FOUNTAINS \ Everywhere! j BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 RECTAL DISEASES (All Tjp« E' Clarence Branan. degree, In regalia. Diamond Lost 10 Years Found in Wrong Chair ' SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (UP)—Ten years ago the late J. T. Law lost, R diamond stickpin In his own home bo*. Me and hla'wKe, Mrs. Fannie L*w, ripped a living room chrtlr to piece*. But they found no trace ol UM stickpin. .During spring houae cleaning this year, Mr». Law sent several piece* of living room furniture lo •n upholsterer. Store Moves CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June 5 —The Peck Havden Drug Store •was opened today In Ita ne* 1 location at corner of West 12tli Street and Ward Avenue. Th« structure U new, as are the fixtures, and • •many • Innovations were Incorporated in the floor plan layout to i make it partial efficiency self -service drug store. He found the stickpin. Tn another chnlr. FOWLSTOH SCHOOL OF MUSIC Offers SPECIAL SUMMER CLASSES PIANO - ORGAN - VOICE Mrs. Dallon C. Fowlston, R.A. and M.S.M. Dalton C. Kowlston, M.S.M. Certificate A Special Price for the 12-Week Term Is Offered For Information Call BLYTHEVIU.E 2049 ICE-COLD WHOLE or SLICED Blytheville Curb Market Phone 973 Attention// Cotton Graham Service Station Ark-Mo State Line Is Now Open for Business Citiet Strvic* Product* Gasolint — Oil — Gr«oset We Invite You to Trade with Us Garrttt L. Abbott & H. E. (Cotton) Graham Jr. FOR SALE Gel our prices on lesled 12 inch to 48 inch concrete culverts. Also concrete building blocks. CALL ON US DIAL 691 W* Deliver and Sell for Lest Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. W« Deliver Phone 691 PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Besl Prices Kirby Drug StoreS Concrete Tile Sewer Tile Sizes 4, 6 and R Inch Culvert Til* Sizes II, 12, 15, IS, 21, 24, N and 36 Inch A. H. WEBB HWT. 61 at State Lin* Phnn* BljthevlIU 1H If you're hurrying—we can rebuild your shoes In shortest time possible hy REAL workmanship. Of course chxw prices, b«st material OUflUTY SHOC SHOP 111 W M o i N ST Local & Long Distant* Hauling Moving a Specialty Anytime —• Anywhere Any Place Buck Meharg 401 E. Main St. Phones: r>ny 91B Night 29S6 GARDEN SEEDS lr COMPLETE STOCK BULK OR PACKAGE FRESH PLANTS DAILY BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 EAST MAIN ST. 1 jOgdenSoy Beans i 2',i poviml bags. Cleaned and 907« J germination lest. »+.SO bushel I Highway 81. Mi tnttci North of Ste«le, Mo. Phone 9F12. J. R. Whistle Our Cars Are Tops EAST1ND AUTO SALES For Thar Car 503 E. Main Phoiw 4191 YOU It ££ ON£ Of OVA. CAM "Neuritis Has Kept M« In Torturing Pain" Tin letter say* . . "Seems Hk« the pain ]u«t wont Ir.l no." For more th»n 5« year* doctors hav« prescribed tills natural mineral »Mer thai lends to neutralize naln-caueing iclcls. Phone or writ* tod (or free booklat CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main an* rMrH1«« Hlythevllle, Ark.

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