The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 18, 1948
Page 2
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ManylnspectNew Fords at Phillips' BLYTHKrTT.LB (ARK.)' COUKIER NEWS 1949 M«d«Jc in Both "SixM" and "Eights" Arc Displayed H«r« »*• Wtt ford made Its official in Blytheville today, with *r»« of the new cars being dlsplay- •* by the Phillips Motor Company, fifth and Walnut. Th« jo*ped window* which had dMoourtg* nun? window shopping at Phillip* for tilt past few days w«r« washed lite yesterday and More than 360 persons rushed the wveUiiig . d»t« bj about 12 hours tor Uic first peep at the lie* rord. ftnpiaye** At Phillip told haw ** »how rooni had been (tiled when tt*f arrived and no one seemed lo know just when they stopped com- Inf l&M night and started i\g«in thta morning. Crowd* milled through the newt decorated show room all dsy to soe the Midland Maroon Metallic ?0fdor. and the Bayview Blue Metallic and the Birch Gray Tiidors. and about half of ilu-m slid undc.- •the wheel and tried out (lie new slop»d cushions, and tried their •hand »t. identifying the various in- Krumentc o[ [lie "Highc." pan> ! l Plenty ot fan fare greeted UIOM; who c*n\e to view the cars. Tilers WM muAic, balloons, souvenirs, ^irls wearing corsages and men with bouU>miiere« as well as llowers. The most heralded iwiut.s of the new c»r include "hydra-coil" spring* to replace tlie traditional transverse springs and the from ail«, Hotchliii drive nnd hypold rear axl« which cut* the size of the drivechaft and gives much more le^ room, new windows, deeper ami wider windshield and a rear window that i« M large as an ordinary windshield. The display room at Phillips hu* b«en p«rlltioned Into three separate ofticec, other offices have been •nlargwl and the entiie show room repainted In dress up the place for today'« official first showing of the Mtt Ford. Los Angeles Welcomes President I .Vi_ _ Sr.^ 21™" JT x^LT P "' Wm TrUmi "' '" OPe " Car ' " " e »"v-™ll smru*<l rlownlown to tho Amb.s.adof Hotel where he delivered a major mtdrent. (NBA Tel< Tulsa Bank Extcutiv* Diet of Storm Injuriit ISENTONVIIXE, Ark., jun. 18 (UP)—Funeral services will be held tomorrow In Tulsa, Olda., for ClJ'df Allman King, who died In a Fay- ellevlll* Hospital ye«t*rday of a heart attack sufferer! during <t storm near here Wednesday. Tlie 63-year-old King was an active vice president of (he First National Bank of Tulsa. King suffered the attsck when » car he was driving to hl» nevrly- inirchased farm property was struck Ijy a falling tree rturln» th< wind and electrical storm. He was moving lo his new property and had Just reached the yard of his home. King Is survived by his wife, one son and one daughter. RClfK and West Mtmphiant May As Vote on Propottd Track WEST MEMPHIS, Aik., June 18. • IUPJ —Petitions seeking a vot« on (the proposed race (rack at We«t Memphis were being circulated in Crittenden County today. Under an law, R vole can be culled if requested by 15 per cent of ths qualified electors of a county, T. R. Green, manager of the West Memphis Chamber of Commerce, j said that circulation of the petition is a non-pnrtisun movement. Meanwhile, Wils Davis, attorney for Ihe proposed track interests, snld In Memphis thai an application for a race track "may or may not" be filed with the Arkansas Racing Commission next Wednesday. * Bombardment with fa«t electrons •fiot from a capacltron u one way fc> sterili* thlnga without heating them. v Wants Husband shares Is In foreign hands, the stale takes over the iimimgement, but leaves the rights of tlie minority unnffected. 2. Where the majority of the shores Is In (orelgn hands, the plant will be exempt from nationalization. But it will remain subject to investment and production rules set by (lie iliree-3'tnr plan. Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, June 18 <UP)—Livestock- Hogs ,1500; salable 6,600' lietil hogs rnoderntfly native; others slow 180-2.10 ll>s 27.25-27.50: Moderate I .sprlnkhliK 27.75, with 50-75c higher tliati Thursday's average Little done on weights over 240 llis. Light and pigs not much changed 130-150 tus 22.75-25; 100-120 Ibs 1975-22-] sows 75-M higher al 20-22. Cattle 2,000; sutnble 1,000; calves 1.000, nil salable. Not enough steers to warrant mention. Modest, offer- Ings of heifers n ii<l mixed vcnrllngs. General market slow. A few common and medium heifers ami mixed yeai-lhiKs 22-27; cutters 16.60-20; odd head medium to good cows 24-25; common Jwg«!y 18.50-23; dinners Mid cutters 15-18. Boy, Victim of Ammonia Tank Explosion, Dim* OAK RIDGE, Tenn., June 18.— IUI'1—A. 18-year-old ice cream plant employe died today from Injuries received In an ammonia tank explosion here Wednesday. Coy Simmons was leaving the plain at the time ot the explosion nnd was pinned In a doorway. He o reported overcome by ammon- ftinies. He was put under an oxygen tent at a hospital and was reported improved. But he took * turn [or the worse and died this morning. Refined Woman titles minded, ,'t5 to 50, good! charm'Ier references, for per-j nuinenl work. Hours convert-; ienl for women selected. U'l ifc, Rive phone to S.uite! 225, iiailimore OJdgf., fllem-i phis, Tenn. ' Young Chinese Adopted By Paratrooper''t Parents 'MEMPHIS. Tcnn., June 18. IUPI —Eighteen year old Zee King Tao, of Shanghai was welcomed totlny in the home ot Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Cook who "adopted" him as a living memorial to their paratrooper son. Mack, killed In France. The Chinese youth knew the Cooks 'son while the latter was In the Orient. The Memphis couple arranged for his trip to this country to attend school. Zee King arrived with a picture of Mack, hand-painted plates and vases, and teakwooii stands which he placed on the dresser formerly used by his late frienfl. Rev. B. L Burr, of Tern-' perance, Mich, believes every good 1 Woman should lmvo a husband he , 1« trying to Ilnd a mate for his mother-in-law. Mrs. Lucille journey, above. The comelv, 42-yenr- old grandmother said "I think it's » joke, but If I get a good offer I might be tempted." Reverend Burr.; advertised requirements: "An honest man with $10,000 and the know-how (o enjoy and provide for a nome." Hungary Taking Over All Major Industries BUDAPEST, Hungary (UPi—Five hundred industrial plants will be nationalized when the present nationalization bill goes Into effect. It means thnl 80 to 100 per cent of every major industry in the country will be state-owned. The bill provides compensation for the present owners. All industrial plants employing 100 or more workers will be government-owned. Foreign capital Investments will be treated n.s follou-s: 1. Where the minority of the See E. H. FORD Before You DIE! COME, See And Hear James "Uncle Mac" MacKrell JANES MjcKRELL Candidate for Governor 1 And His Quartet IN PERSON 8 P. M FritlH.v, June 25 Al (he Courthouse At Blylhcville Don't Miss This Big Free Concert Rock HAVE YOU HEARD THE LATEST NEWS AT HARDY'S? Well, Listen . . . ITS E SERE! THE NEW BARTON WASHER! This Bnrion model offers the highest quality »l a popula* price. Clothes are washed cleaner by the Double-Duly Agitator and the Water Deflector Tub. A new safety feature is the Feather Touch Safety Release Wring. Yes, you'll marvel at the way this washer knocks out dirt, yet Is gentle to delicate fabrics. } Lifetime Guarantee • _Oi:e year (rain date of purchase, defective parts will b« replaced free of charge. • The complete transmission unit may be replaced any time during the life of the machine for i cost not to exceed S7.5C f.o.b. factory. COME IN AND SEE IT! (Similar to Illustralion) ARE HERE! CLOSE-OUT SALE! >^« are closing out our stock of N'u-Enamel r.'int, all kinds and colors, at a p,.| ce ic- duction of 50% Sale Begins .Saturday al 8:00 A, .M. PRICES SLASHED! HOT WATER HEATER Our 30 gal, automatic AGM oil Hoi Water Heaters, regularly priced at $124.oQ. specially offered here for $97.50 ALVIN HARDY, Furniture 113 EAST MAIN STREET "The Store of Better Buys' PHONE 2302 Lo* Angtltt Dmocrats' Q oery pn Stops' Status FRTDAT, ANGELES, June 18. (UI>>_ n* ^ Sen ' Rob(lrt T «ft : ° lls o ff ldal answer lodHy o his charge that President Tru^ *"" voting a Jot of "whistle Mayoi- Fletcher Bowron, wlio welcomed. Mr. Truman here Monday, wired that Ix» Angeles has l-35t.a ' of the nation's poi)u)atio!]— equal to half of Ohio's. He sent the telegram collect. Parking Space for Rent On Lot North of Laundry 75-Car Capacity $3.00 Per Mo. Moke Application to NICK SHIVELY, Adj. DUD CASON POST FATHERS DAY Sunday, June 20th Were 3. BREEZY OPEN MESH WEAVES—Featherweight «WrU . to keep you cool when streets start WsizzTe! Rows-a hd ,r***» of tiny • air ttnts let the cool breezes in. There's justienouirh body to give you the neat dress appearance you want. The trim collars stay neat al! day. Sanforized for permanent fit. 2.98 CRISP WHITE BROADCLOTHS— The shirt YOU made famous!, Close woven long staple combed cotton. Sanfori/ed, mercerized, Nu-craft collars! f'leftted yokes. I.onji; wearing quality! Smf.rt look- comfort! Sizes 1J-17. Sleeves 32-35. *% J Comfortable Underwear For Dad! For Svlid Comfort! MEN'S ROBES 6.90 Cool lightweight col- tons — Blue and THPS Sml., Med., L K? Men's S(ili/ori=c<it PA J A M A S 3.79 C'omforialilc slipover or rout at) leu in * variety of pallorns! Macif lor permanent til. A. B,C, D. MEN'S BRIEFS 59c Craftsman knit liriefs are ideal for Summer wear, tic waistband. Taped scams. Kly front. 28-U. WOVEN SHORTS Ion snorts. Grip- pcr faMencrs. T;7 C MEN'S T-SHIRTS CraflsmAn short slfevf flat knit MTulcrshirts. 31-16. 69 C ATHLETIC SHIRTS SHIRS ribbcti cotton alhlrlic Miirls. Cut to fit.

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