The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 6, 1948 · Page 8
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r TAG! FOURTH* ,>TH»T1LJ,B fARI.7 TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1948 Holt Will Otter Road Plan, Too Truce Gets Th«on in the Swim to Sp«ak U Fort Smith on Highway Program UTTU6 ROCK, Ark., July «. COT)— A fourth method of building I hl«hw»r« 1» Arkansas was promised I the «t«rs of the state, today as | Gubernatorial Candidate Jnclt Holt •cheduled > major rally in Ton •mith tomorrow nlghl. ' In hS» opening speech, the former »t lorries- general promised a ] pl»jv to build 1,000 miles o[ hlgh- •KKft in Arkansas, but lie withheld Ui« details. His headquarter* here •aid today he will reveal In* plan; H rari Smith. Three ol Ihe elghl. oilier OHiidt- d!<( M have pre.stnte/i Iheir ton A prcpwal* to the Arkansas elector- tie. 8i<i McMalh of Hoi Springs promised » new bond issue to be secured by highway surplus revenues. Horace K Thompson and Jim Merritt promised pay-as-you-go road-building programs. And James MacK'ell suggested pooling stale and county highway manpower and road-building ernni>- ment and to finance t!i« inalci-Ula •with «isl">* revenue*. Holt spoke «t Convay yesterday »nd Mheduled he first major political i^eeung tonight, tii Greater IJttle Rock. Tonight's appearance -n-ill be In Wildcat, Slfldmm in North Litlle Rock, Thompson spoke yesterday :>t Helena, PiSEOtt and Conway. sn.i booked appearance* today DeWnt Hid Stuttgart. McUatli »!«J spoke stFiggoll snd Corning yesterday and has schedule dates at Atkins, Morrilton and Russellville today. Merrill remained in lii-i Little Rock headquarters yesterday, ai-d has not announced «uy engage- 'nienl* for today. MaoKrell »|x>ke »l Carthage yesterday »nd was to be in'Caswoe lo- day. ' Charles A. Fleming of Forrest City was at Carthage yesterday and WHS to speak this afternoon and tonigllt «l Sheridan and Foresee. Thompson's headquarters, meanwhile, announced two more men as associate campaign managers. L*eon- ird Lingo, «. Walnui Ridee attorney and member of the State San- ilorium Board, and Robed. Smith, a Y/a\nut RidRe fanner and head o( the Lawrence County Farm Bureau were listed na Thompson's new BS- aociate*. Obituary Frank A. Owen, Formerly of Dell, Dies in Memphis b* <U»d Ferney, pastor ol Iht Church o< bell Olinle, God in Porlagevllle. night. Mrs. While died yesterday at Hie FariniiiKton, Mo., Hospital alter a two-month illness. , - Sh« is survived by a daughter of j he studied pharmacy. He operated BlyUievlllc, Mrs. Ttosie Gray, two i a. pharmacy ill Morgan city, ia., oilier dauKhters, Mrs. Cecil Crlscl | before studying medicine al tlic Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima and I Moody's address. Following tht Nagasaki, he said, World War II was sounding of "laps," tlie benediction Dr. Howard wis born on a fnrmi"Uie most, devastating and the'was given by th« Rev. B. Francis near West and wnii educated Hi Mis-j bloodiest conflict in Ihe history of! McDevltt, priest >. of Immaculate slsslppl State and Vamleibilt. where mankind." Concept Funeral serviced for Prank A. Owen, a former resident of Dell who was llvinK in Caplcville, Tciin., al Die time: of his (tenth, \vlJl be conducted a I 2:30 tomorrow afternoon al Ihe home in Cnplcville by Ihe Rev. T. A. Wiley, pastor ol the CaplRvlllc Methodist Church, and Ihe Rei 1 . W. Fl. 1-iin.iui! pastor of the Mineral Wells, Miss., Methodist Church. Mr. Owon^TJ, who is Ihe father of Jaek OATH of Blythcville, died this nioiunit; at Ihe Methodist Hospital in Memphis, alter an illness of several weeks. H« suffered a xtrok'! about thrco weeks ago and later developed pneuriiouiu. Mr. Ov.cn moved from Dell to Caploville. about eight years ago. He was )*>rn in Mineral Wells, MI.S.S., moved Lo 'I'unica, MWR,, artel later to Dell, where, he was a furmer and planter. He WHS a member of the Methodist Church. Mrs. Owen; lUree sons, Prank A.I Owen, Jr.. ol Krayser, Tenn., aJme.s I. Oweji of Ko.scmark, Tcnn., atwl \ Jack Owen of Hlvlhcville; two daughters, Miss Hessie Until anil Miss Sarah Mac Owen of the home; four sisters, Mrs. W. A. Hurt of Horn UnXc, Miss., Mi.^.s Nell anrl Miss Willie Owen, and Mrs. C. L. ,, ov McCnilar of Mineral Wells, survive I j ( .j ne Mr. Owen. ' of HI. Louis, and Mrs. Emma Buck worth, of Portageville; and two sons William While of Konnetl, Mo., and Clifford White of SI, I.o uls. Clinic Technician Dies; Burial in Grenada, Miss. Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian l!roc*s Thomas, 38, widow of Earl Thomas, who had been technician in t)r. I. "• Johnson's clinic In JJlytheville since she completed her training in Memphis seven years ano, were conducted al Grenada, Miss., today. Mrs. Thomas (tied at the Baptist Hospital In Memphis yesterday afternoon, where she had been since lost Thursday. Mrs. Thomas' condition was not considered serious but she died .suddenly yesterday. Mrs. Thomas was born in Grenada. Miss. She is survived by her father. K. L. Brooks of Grenada and step-mother, Mrs. Brooks. The National Funeral Home wus In chaiKe of tile arrangements, and burial was scheduled lo be in Grenada. Commending the construction of memorial to the war dead, Mr. Moody said "To forget would not tptlon Church here, The ceremonies closed with retirement ol the colors. Memphis Hospital Medical Callcgc. : only be Ihe helehl of Ingratitude, Dr. Howard was an honorary life r ol the Shelby County Medical Society and active in the American Medical Association, a 32nd degree Mason and Shriner, and belonged to the Idlewllci rresbyterlan Church. Survivors other than Mrs. Wiill- ner are a daughter, Mrs. F. Hex Moody, with whom he had lived m Memphis; two brothers, John F. Howard of Gulfporl, Miss., nnd Mack Howard of Kosciusko, Miss., a sister, Mrs. Tom Land of Kosciusko, and a half sister. Mrs. Maggie Sue Eastman of Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Johnson of Blytheville were In Memphis yesterday to attend the services. bul also a sign ol spirilual deterioration." A responsive reading led by the Rev. Mr. Bagley followed Mr. DEDICATION The I'alcstinc truce, besides enabling UN negotiators to try and arrange a permanent peace, lets Ihe lighters enjoy a vacation from Woodshed. Those men nnd women of the Israeli Army, oil a 32- hour pass at Tiberi;ir: on the So;i of Gnlilce, romp in (be wntor. (I'lioto by NV.A-Acme slaff correspondent David S. lloyer.) WILSON Continued t {Continued from Vase 1.) which he termed "outstanding." Commending the post for its work in fields of membership, child and I human welfare, Christmas food has. / n. .i -i. jkds for the needy, and ImusinRs. Father of UlytneviUe Ml . Moo , ly sa ui the Blytheville LC- Woman Dies in Memphis . Slon "has set the pattern for many posts in the- state and even nation.'* Must Not Forget The dedication of the auditorium last rites for Dr. William ].une Howard, 78, who had practiced mod- fol . morc tlmn was "a definite milestone in the So/* of Mortgaged Car Causes Arrest of Ohioan William H. DAVIS o[ Ohio, sought (or several months lor disposing of mortgaged properly, waived preliminary hearing on that charge in Municipal Court yesterday and was ordered held to await Circuit Court action. He was arrested by ShcrKI'i deputies while visiting here lh« weekend. Bond wa-s set at >500- Davis, the sheriff's office :«i!d. several months ago sold a mortgaged car to a used /Jcar dep.ler here while still '. in payments for it. action yesterday. till ed Charlie Sieplienso". Segro, held [or Circuit ,,on a charge of forgriy i Bond wns set at >500. \va.s charged •riling "checks totaling about HO, ' drawn against siiollisr Negro's account. In court this morning. Mr.s, S. B. Jones forfeited » M5.35 bond on H charge ol driving while under influence of liquor. .side. The Chevrolet':; side wus sma-sh- '' rd in ,ind the horn end of Ihe Ford I WIL.I hc'uvily damped. The hYnd>. \ wiu'dslueld was broken mid it, wa.s bnlieved Hulniibrey's lii'iui MniL'k tlio ^la.^s. Police said biih Humphrey and Rhocif-.s \veve intoxicated when rr- liuivcd from till' wiOL'k:i|;*v The ao- cidem happi'no(i abour. :t piu. In minor accidents over tlie week- eiul. a car anven by Griidy Siseo oT Detroit. Mich., received slight damage lo the left rear louder when it collided will! a ear driven by Robert E. Bhivloi'k. 630 WeM Ash, in front of the P<vsl Ofiice Sundry morning. Mr. Blaylort %vas baekiiiB from f. parking place and Mr. Sisco bin' just iiln.vlo<:k car wus not duinuj-ed. Daniafifi extending nK'iig The on- tira right -side of a cur driven by Harry T. Hat-roll of Flint, Mich.. resultcd Saturday in a collision with a car driven by Ciull.s Harlh- olomow, Ml South Firsl, In the I(X) block on Knsl Main Stieel. Mr. Baithotompw wus backing from a piirkii:^ ])lace \vhea the accident occnrn'd. a police report stated. His ear received slight damage to the left i ear fender. ic'inc in Memphis »"> ,.,v..^ ..,.,... . -. ,30 years and was the father of Mrs. I history of this section hi the plon- Jame.s Dulancy of Houston, Mis.-., ,., ;,, whitner of 1516 Hearn were , ning. construction and now comple- ' - -' ' •" conducted yesterday at the Na- j tion of this edifice to the memory tlonal Funeral Home in Memphis of those who did so much-tins K. Young. Graveside serv- building which can do so much at the and mean so much for those to [follow." ip In n I "As this building stands a? fall last Wednesday while on duty memorial to our heroic dead, let us •,t the Western State Hospital, not forgel that It is necessarily a whcrB he was assistant superinten- I monument to a great tragedy for the and was taken to the Camp- ! human race." Mr. Moody snid. From | W. K. U->mb, Jr., of Mineral Well.;, Joe L, Davis. Jr., of .Corinth, Miss., Frank Cov.'ard of Mineral Wells, Dick Walker and Ralph Sims, botn of Memphis, will serve« as active pallbearers. The funi'iul will be under the di- reclion of the Nalional Pntieiv.l Home of Memphis. by Dr. T ices also were held lodny West, Miss., Cemetery. Dr. Howard fractured dent. BLflCWTONE UJWHERl Mid* br America 1 ! old- •st watlitf maniriictwtr. Hackstands an <]29 95 prlcid (torn Easy Terms Blytheville Sales Company Felix Carney, Mk r r. 138 K. Main Phone 3G18 Portageville Matron Dies In Farmington, Mo. j Funei'nl services for Mrs. Lula While, 75, of Porliigcvllle, Mo., will 1 be conducted tomorrow at the Cobb Chapel by the Rev. L. M. LR- From where I sit...// Joe Marsh A Plan That Works Th« brewing rnihistnr utrive* to keep beer retailing above returned Somh on Broadway off j preach. My favorite beer dealer, i Walnut when tne collision occurred, & police repnrt indicated. The Rotary Chief Joo Swanson, shares that desire with most of the state's dealers nnd works to achieve' it. And Jo*'s neighbors, the public, benefit as the standards of beer re- latlitig 1 are raised. Arkftnsiwi Division of t>>« SIMes rurrU-.s on thf llon prut;rnm uf lhi\ brrwUifj In- iliislry. My hcMi\r U»vn dcsiler, just like most dealers ^n thf> shite, ndhrrcN t« Ihe prugram. t Ion kiM'|« V>e«r retailers Informed »» to IKc. nxiitimiKHtt* for tawf^il, r.le*«i »nd decent n|wrj4ti»m. arwl cooitc rates i^losolj- ^^•^t h taw en- forccment »nd licensing; officlHte. Hlie brewing inUiistrj'. through its Self-Ueg^ilation progra.ni, k<; constantly At work to maintain ILs tine reputation and to improve it further. The Arkansas Division continues this work with the objective of raising even higher the .standard? of beer retailing' in Arkansas, Livestock ' ST. LOUIS NATIONAL YARDS, m., July 6. (UP)—tUSDAI j —Livestock: ' Hogs 8.000; all salable: market nn (•yen. Weights imder 2« Ibs lo weak; spots 25c lower than Monday'* average. Heavier weights and Hows, steady to 2oc higher; compar- td with Friday's average market unevenly 25-15c higlier. Bulk good an.l choke 180-240 "ibs 29^-29.50: top 39.15; 2*0-210 Ibs 28-28.25; 210-300 Ibs 25.25-28; few 410-450 Ibs 23.50»; 160-lTO Ibs 27.50-29; 130-150 Ibs 35i5-21.M); 100-120 lb.« 22.25-24.50: sows +50 Ibis 22.75-23.50; over 450 )bs 21.26-22.50; slags 16-18.25. Cattle 3,200; salable 3.000; calves \ loads and 1,500 all salable. Supply of ralt'.c .siecis 33'.!; light and market active, with advancing price. 1 : of virtually all els: ts. About 170 loads of steers olf 1 •d; sales of these and mixed butch- 1 light ARKANSAS DIVISION, UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNOATION ft* AM ID BIDS., IIITLE tOCK, A*K. Mik'Ufll. M»'lbotnne, businessman, f Kotary In;i 1 for (hn at recent cniivrnUnn in Hio rie Janeiro, Br;i/,il, Mr. Mitchell is now plnnmnR a lour of clubs all over Lhe \\oild. rrturn- ing to Inteniiilional heattqimt- Chieauo. nuxl Januaiy. of power " I ; ccl the mighty si.r B <= from its Willys-Overland il-c surc-fooicd ••lecp" Engine and il-c surc-foo pull of "Jeep" 4- W hcclt»c,,on! pu\l oi "jeep" You'll sec why the 'Jeep spread its cost over many industrial nud farm uses ... the day around... the year around! You'll know why the "Jeep" can do anything a light tractor can do. You'll recognize its haiuliness as a 5,500-lb.-pull tow truck... an .S00-lb--capacity pick-n]> truck...a passenger runuhour. You'll realize the "Jeep's" ability lo carry men and tools to jobs on or off the road and furnish power 10 machinei on location. We invite you to come in now »nd drive » "Jeep." 1-. kf-K*^H (T^ IP rflailPT LO. B tf m I =n ^^J^ Q ^^KM • ^^A SHii r X .^,, slums* Id *sr Frulay. ri;ii;p choicy TS :U.T;')- wiili -scvfr.i tot.i uirdiuiu lo ^^K^ lii \o\v rho:r hrifors and uiixod yt'nrliims :i2-"^> - [ 25; medium kimi* 25-31: cows W-! above l;nt Kruiay; uctivr unru NOW Af the Pig Stand Old Fashioned PIT BARBECUE The delicious tasle tlirttl of reiil. linnirst-to-^oiiit- ness pit barbecued pig is yours now al the \'\£ Stand. You've been wailing for il and now it's here. And pig sandwiches . . . only 25c. RUSTIC INN WITH THE SMARTEST WQOLEMS AND STYLES AND TAILORING THAT THIS TOWN HAS EVER SEEN! A. R. Sachs special representative THE GLOBE TAILORING CO. v/ill b« at our itor* Wed.&lhurs.,Juiy7&8 INDIVIDUALLY TAILORED-TO-MEASURE APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN EASIEST TERMS PLUS HIGHEST TRADE-IN Allowance Cn Your Old Car Thii display ii for you ladies as well as (or you men. Just step in and see — that's all we ask. B« convinced that you get belter, more modish garments tailored to measure by GLOBE, Martin & Boydston "Everything for Men & Boys" III THESt FEATURES THAT MAKE THE 'JEEP' A 4-IUNCT10N VEHICLE POWER T*Kl-OFF delivers up to 30-h.p. to shaft and bell- driven equipment. HEAVY DRAW 1AR for pulling farm implements and trailers. Heavily braced frame. SEltCTlVE 4-WHKl PRIVE gives wide tractor and highway operating ranges. iO»B SPACI of 10-sq. ft. b» slurdy steel bed. Can also hold seals for posjengeri. POOLE MOTOR COMPANY ELLIS POOLE, Owner & Operator

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