The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 8, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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PACE TIM Holt Offers Plan To Build Roads M«rriM Withdraw* -•;- • from Governor'* > ; R«ct in Arkansas frtm SUM C»rr««pondnitl UTTLJC ROCK Ark., ,July 8 — (UP)— Kn»n«s--bo!h pefsonal snd »Ut«--mov«t Into the headlines in Ark»ns»s' nice lor -governor today. A shortage of Iimd* KAS given by C«ndldat« Jim Merrill for his sud- rtw\ withdrawal from lh« rare. And »t th« ssme time Jack Holt propo««d (hut Arkansas "borrow" »l«.000,00« from its own surplus Investment account to finance K $40,000,000 two"-ye«r highway construction program. Merritt, the third contestant to »ithdr«w, (iirt not. immedialel.v support. any candidate but" said "I refuse to b» » 'utallclng horse' In any campaign," The McGehe-e attorney promis- «d tn "select »nd actively support a candidate whose general program if most comparable to mine." Bob Ed Loftlll of Port Snlittj had earlier announced withdrawal. Holt's higlnva.v program—the )a.<t to be advanced by a major c:;\t\dl- dstt-- was presented over a radio network trom Fort, Smith. Would Borrow Taxpayer* Money After proposing' to use the investment funds the former attorney Itenera! said tlie remainder of the Pre-Truce Bombing BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Read Courier News W«nt Adi. .-: --....*--t •-.. •. -,:\-'^".'hC f ^'..^-' '* •': - ;•-. •',r.v'>--".' ; ; •: 'V :^;~ : :-^??y:tft:,ftO_, -,- ; . -,;_. ' : v-:../. ..:•.::\'^.^-. ••! I he biased and charred body of * Hannah ««dl,r t.,.,.,,1-, out o, « jeep „ other so.diers run to (llrow and o,, lh . burnl,, B vehicle durin R , sui-pr^ rak( „ , , w ,,,. ml! | n pd bomber. presumably Efcypuan beta, he current truce went Into effect. The men ln ,ft, ba.^ouud apparently met rica.h a! t hey' te.Md from fit? fppn tn s«»t rn^pr- »i'«i *.>.-.. ..„.._,,.... ,_.,,_,.. . ^ JCI^LU ft t'('il''l] in I >1 Two Air Force Pilots Die as C-47 Crashes GREENVILLE. S. C.. July 8. .OP) —Their own lives endangered. Iwo air force pilots delayed landing IOIIR enough (or successful release of two gliders their C-47 was tow- 1 funda («H,700,000>; from present j ln * n """"" 7 ' vai l*urni lynching allocations (J8.000.000); and from j zinn ' Palestine.—i NEA Telepholo.) highway revenues over and above ! present allocations (*1,-300,000>. Holt said the state would Issue bond* to th« State Investment Board for the borrowed money as provided In a 19S9 law. He added that the plan would "completely pay for all the new highways the slate can possibly construct, and for all the repairs It can possibly make in two years. He proposed that the slate repay the board at the rate ot not less than Jl.000.000 yearly from "highway revenues comlns Into the hifih- wey department over and above the pledge set forth in the 19<1 bond refunding law." Holt attacked an additional bond issue proposed by Sid McMath of Hot Springs a* requiring too heavy an outlay to meet interest* and payments. And he opposed "pay-as-you-go" road financing-- a plan advanced by Horace Thoinpson--Rs lending to higher taxes particularly on M»lon« Aid. McMalh Meanwhile. McMath's headquarters said he would continue discussion of his highway program at '\ , first Greater Little Rock rally in North Little Rock tomorrow night. And the headquarters announced tha^ Jim Malone, unsllcessful candidate for governor in 1846. would begin speaking In behalf of the Hot Springs prosecutor on Saturday. In other political .developments: Thompson elaborated on his highway proposals at a barbecue near Magnolia last night, and announced a major speech on highways at Jonesboro on Saturday. The Northeast Arkansas talk will be brond- «ast over a statewide network. from the jeep to seek cover. Tel Aviv censors, who de laved Dm pictv party-by Haganah ofli.'ers after the picture was Inken near "fiisnon' nomiced today The gliders made safe landings and the pilot of the transport plane dropped (he two rope before attempting lo land their plane with an engine afire last nljjhl. They were Identified a.s Us Bernard M. Nickerson and Clarence L. Ferrero of the 15lh Troop Carrier Squadron stationed here Brig. Oen. j. v. Crabb. deputy commanding general of the Ninth Air Force, said smoke was observed coming In™ an engine, and the pilots reported trouble. They released the gliders, obtained permission lo drop the rope, and then, attempted their own landing, Crabb said fire and emergency equipment reached the wreckage, within one minute,, but 'that tlie transport burned for hall an hour The fliers were engaged Iti a routine night training exercise, Crabb said. Frisco Feels Quake SAN FRANCISCO. July 8. iUP> — A - "rno'dcrate" earthquake rocked San Francisco's residential areas last night lor about a minute and a half.'Causing no damage. The temblor apparently \va-> touched.of( by a slight earth movement 'along ilie Ran Andreas fault. It rattled windows and rocked chandeliers. Post NE1W YORK, .July 8. IUPI— Henry ' Wallace, new party candidate lor IhR .presidency, said today hn , had resigned as contributing editor of tlie magar.ine New Republic in j Older to devote his lull tune to his [ campaign. Slow But Sure •GOSHEN, lurt. (UPI — Lev! E. Bontrager received his hiKh school diploma thirteen year.s alter he left the eighth grade. Bonlrager piled up crcdit.s for the diploma by reading only prescribed books and studying nights.* He graduated with 150 other students at commencement Noble Bids., Broadway and Walnut. Biythevillc. ThLs permit Issued on the 1st day of July. ]!M8 and expires on UK 30th day of Juno. 1949. THE LITTLE SHOP Jew:ce F. Stitt partner Permittee 1-1 t-k 1-a Protect Your Loved Once See E. H. FORD Before You DIE! rmrler New» Want Ads. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1943 ATLACIDE Kills PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug StoreS j Johnson Grass E. C. Robinson Lumber Company 319 West Ash St. SPECIAL Beer Per Case Top Ale Oriestdlcck Pibll Blue Rlbhori. Burfwel&tr Kuebler, In «nj. Russell Marr Liquor Store IH So. 2nd St. F'hone SOT .,$115 ..13.75 ..*3.7o . .J3.9i THE TOT SHOP Kverything f Or Children Up to 6 IHt S. Second Phone 2308 Closed Wednesday afternoon SEE YOUR PONTIAC DEALER Sales-Service-Parts • Goodwill Used Cars SMITH PONTIAC CO. * PHONF BLYTHEVILLL ARKANSAS iMO.vfpSQ* $0,liV^ ..^v^ —v-» -=>S?-i-J. (Greenwood, Miss., Nurses in Carolinas •_ -NOTICE OF GKANTlNCi OF ! LIQUOR 1'KRJIIT ' " j Notire Is hereby given that Ih2 t Comtni-^ioncr of Revenues of the Slate of Arkan^n.s has issued a per- i init, No. 209 to The Little Shop to sell and dispense vinou.s or spirituous liquors (or beverage at retail on the premises ripscribed a* Hotel if necessary. Additional revenue ahonld come /rom'"-hjghway users and not non-users, he said. Japiea B. tiacKrell of Little Rock •aid that if elected he will .set up » central purchasing department for Ilie state. .".'•' :' .lohri Lonsdale spent Wednesday In Little Rock completliiR plans for opening campaign head quarters. He aaid he had recieved "considerable encouragement on his proposal lo Induce private capital to build express highways through the state on which tolls would be collected to pay for Lonsdale will be in Wynne tonight. Osceola tomorrow night and In BIytheville on Saturday. Charles A. Fleming of Forrest City was in Magnolia today and will .visit Deijuecn and Metia tomorrow. today to North Cnrollna. to aid ii, combatting lhat stateV.outbrcak ot infantile paralysis which, has strucS- more than «X> persons. The nurses, of the Gieenwoort- Ledore Hospital s t a [i. have recei-- ed special training in polio control The American R<.<| Cross had i.wu.vt a special call for additional trained help in North Carolina. '• Five Per Cent SPECIAL! BEER i f. . _ i "'«i"H>un pipuiDockmioborrek t-OSC Of J,! f\r I lo make il Moolher lo>lic, 24 Bottles .73 ;! S'h'i^r!?,,%*^,1^%",,^ * •* J mure old, ;o% grain neutral spirits. fin. wtiiskiei ar« blended wilh choicest flrain nsutrol ipirils but intlead of being boltUd immsdiolely, "Thompson" is put bock inlo barr*h V/ith the Courts Chancery Joan Cuinetl vs. Clyde urnetl suit for a d.vorce. The labulous weed killer. 2-1D also ivil! kill niost legumes, most! vcgeu-.blcs. garden flowers and I shrubbery. Dairy Plans Jingle Contest Priw.s lotallini; J25.000 arr lo bf awarded to writers o[ winning eti- ' tries in three monthly jingle con- ' tests, being conducted by the Mid- n'e.st Dairy Products Corporatian oil behalf of Midwest Ice Cream, \V D Colcman. BIytheville manager announced today, A three-line jinple for which the contestant mu.st. furnish a fourth line, complete information, and an entry blank can be oljlalned Iio-n any retail store where Midwest lr° Cream « sold A different jins; e ' will be used each month. I ; PHILLIP APPLEBAUM; | l.ituior Store j I . Vn Drjiosit on Bottles i | lid So. Slh I'hniii. S'JO ' Minnie Lee Jones Studio Opening Summer Classes In PIANO K n roll Now S07 Chitkasawba Tuition Reasonable Phone 2994 Gatewood Grocery State Line Phone 975 GAS GAS Reg., Gal. Ethyl, Gal. 20.9* BEER ftriesedieck—case S3.08 Kalslaff—case S;5.08 Cooks—case S3.OS Rudwciscr—case 53.08 Canadian Age—in cans 54.00 Wine & Whiskey—Any Price STUDEBAKE RS T U D E B A K E R R ST HEADQUARTERS FOR GUARANTEED USED CARS & TRUCKS 1947 fiMC 1 ton 1946 Ford \>/i ton Slake 1941 Chevrolet i/ t t on 1911 Ford |/2 ton And Many Others on Our 2 Lots COMPLETE SERVICE DEi-ARTMENT PARTS AM) ACCESSORIES in Sales Co. 'Your Friendly Sludebaker Dealer" R- & Ash I'hone 2195 U DEBAKE T U D E B L K E R RS WHEN BUILDING Buy the Best in Lumber from a GOOD LUMBER YARD! 100% HOME OWNED BUILDERS SUPPLY, Inc. Phone 28S2 J. Wilson Henry Highway fil South W. H. Pease MY COOKIHG IS GOOD But You Can't Beat The Food At Johns Cafe Elliott John* 409 West Main It's Not Too Late for SAFE FUR AND WOOLEN STORAGE •Nu-Wa Laundry Cleaners 220 North Second Str«*t Phone 4474-4475 Concrete Tiie Sewer Tile Sizes 4. 6 and K Inch Culvert Tile Siies 10. 1i, 15, 18. •>.{, -'A. SO and 36 fnch A. H. WEBB BW.T 61 al suu Line Phone Blrtherllle 711 ICE-COLD WHOLE or SLICED BIytheville Curb Market Phone 973 130 E. : Main FOR SALE Building Blocks Concrete AQUELLA and 7ITEKOTE Water Proofing Paints 12-1$ INCH CONCRKTh CUr.VKRTS Plain nr Reinforced We Deliver Osceola Tile and Culvert Co, Phone 691 ANNOUNCING Halforcl Shoe Shop Now Called BLYTHEVILLE SHOE SHOP The new owner, Mr, Alexander FabbrI, offrrs ^0 years expcri- cnre a.s your assunvnrf. of tju.il- ilv work. 106 So. 2nd /** *fM MSKCURY StKM( AW*Yf Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer ^"Eventually We Will Be Recommended to You" Walnut at F/rst Fhon« 4333 or 4331 BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 WHEN YOU THINK OF THINK OF UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY LEADING LEGAIj RESERVE COMPANIES, APPROVED BT INSURANCE COMMISSIONERS IN EVERV STATE IN THE UNION AND CANADA. QUICK SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS. A. F. "»EK" DIETRICH 106 So. 1st St. Ingram Bids. Phone 510 BEER * TOPAZ (24 bottles) J1.S5 GRIESEOIECK $3.15 FALSTAFF S3.15 GOI.DCREST 51 S3.15 BUDWF.ISEK S3.75 PABST Blue Ribbon ..53.75 ALPEN BRAU $'!.75 CIOARKTTES Philip Applcbaum's LIQUOR STORE 110 So. 5lh Phone 820 Local & Long Distance Hauling Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any Place Buck Meharg 401 E. Main St."* Phones: Day 918 Nishi 2986 i Radio Service ! at its Best! I All New KM ! Test Kqtiipnienf J All Service- Guaranteed j BIytheville Sales Co. j Felix Carney • 13S F,. Main Phone 3616 STOP LOOKING/ weve cor me MM 0* COME IN AND SEE THEM EAST END AUTO SALES 503 E. Main Phone 1191 I A NATURAL AID FOR EXCESS ACIDITY Mountain Valley Water, bottled and scaled at th« •Brings, Is a natural aid in eliminating polsoni Irom Hie system. Not » laxative. It works gentlf through (lie kidneys. Ask your doctor aboul this famous health wnlcr from Hot Springs, Ark. It has been prescribed (or more Ilian 75 years. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY Main and rMilslan Blylhevitle, Ark. SHOP

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