SATURDAY, JULY 10, Highway Funds Shrinking Fast Leu Than $1,500,000 To Be in Arkansas Treasury by January 1 By Boh Krown llnilcd Press Staff Correspondent LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 10. j <UP)—Mulll-niillion dollar highway programs look on added significance in Ihc Arkansas gubernatorial race today a.s the highway department reported Ihr next governor wo'.Hd start his trim with less than »!.- j^HdOO in the road maintenance mid construction pot. In a st.iU'tnrnl of expenditure* during (he past four fiscal year.:, lhe department said the unincum- bored balance in both the maintenance ami construction funds would total Jl.490.055 on Jan 1. 1049. In airiving at the figure, the department reported that S7,131,035 of the $8,621.063 currently on hand and anticipated would be spent 01: salaries, maintenance and in completing state and federal projects Already committed. "Any additional commitments authorized will reduce the unhi- cumbcred balance," the department said. The balance four years ago fin June 30. 1544. was $S.136,949. The report said the -state has spent $37,670,355 in state funds during the k-m fiscal years beginning in 1S44—half a year before Gov. Ben Latiey took o'lice. The peak was reached in 1947-48 when a. trial ol S14.494.088 was spent. Including; $1,500,000 for rr- construciion and S4.400.526 m matching federal money. .«\ total of $12.693,892 was spent in The largest amount during the entile period. S12.621.716, wa.s spent lor maintenance while more lhan SIO.OOO.OCO went. into reconstruction and $8,000.000 Into matching money. Equipment totaling $2,830,461 was purchased during the period, while administration cost H,600.000. Chief Highway Engineer All Johnson said that B1,YTHEV1I,LE (ARK.) COUUIER NK\VS PAGE FTV1 7 7 Meatpackers Wonder M Work in Worm Weather Indicted in Sale ()f Horsemeat riCHri Collll " r Npw * Want Atts HOUSTON. 'I>X., .Inly 10. (UP) — The Harris County ^intiri Jury today indicted 11 Houston meatpack- cr.s .enriini; rivet week* <if mlcrmfu \PI\\. itHT.stistiUon m an hoiv=rm<>M scandal. Thfi infiictmciU.s were ba.sod 0:1 30 f^parate sale* of horscmeat, of Hi cm involving meat .sold schools a net served to students .school cale'ciijjs. A total of M indictir.cnt.s were returned againsi the packers. \'-i charging hor.semeat sales and on*? charging the .sale of meat doctored with sulhlc. a pre.sen'alive. Four ot the men charged with sclli-v< the meal also were chat god using Milf-.'p. Albuquerque Man Finds Democratic Convention Badge, Vintage of J900> WASHINGTON. July 10. (UP> — While Thomas Price wa.s going through R box of keepsakes In th; attic of his home in A)bur)vierquo. N. M-. he came across a bad^e ,o the Democratic National Conven;ion of iflOO. Wiih h \va.s a note recalling tlial Price had received it from a 16- year-old usher at Kansas City coii- vrntion il;at nnmittnted William Jennings Bryan Tor president. Price Rave the badge to Clinton P. Anderson, former Congressman from New Mexico, and asked him to return it to the "usher" sonic- lime. Anderson called yesterday at Mie White House, and gave the bads;'; hack to President Tiuinan. The chief executive, he .said later remembered the. convention very well. Kend Courlfl 1 NPWR Want Ail*. Protect Your Loved On«t See E. H. FORD Before You DIE! i ATLACIDE Kills Johnson Grass E. C. Robinson Lumber Company j sis west ASI, si. Kirby Drug SroreS PRESCRIPTIONS Kresli Slock lle,sl I'rices SPECIAL Beer Per Case Kfd T»M Air. H»h»t Blue Kllihmi HmlWflsrr Kurbler, In cans Russell Marr Liquor Store JH So. -in,! SI. J'lione S(1T THE TOT SHOP! Kvcr.vlhinif for Children I Up (u 6 J 110 S. Second Phone 2308 J Closed Wednesday after- J noon I This Here's the pcrlecl n.t, during lhes« summer Heal waves workman, at the East Pittsburgh. Pa., plant ol the Weslinxliouse Hcctric Coiporalmn. h.is the job of testing elertnral apparatus in trie 20-l)clow-7.oro "cold laboratory.* Wearing . special wtxil- llned suit, hp wmler-lesls outdoor electrical equipment. Stee/e Rotarians install Officers for Club Year D. L. Story wa= installed as president of thcSteele. Mo.. Rotary club at the meeting Ihis week, it was federal funds ' 'earned here today, and he w; Lewis Agrees To Appear in Federal Court SEE YOUR PONTIAC DEALER Sales - Service - Parts Goodwill Used Cars Mountbatten Assigned To Command Squadron LX)NDON. July 10, »UP» — Rear j Admiral Earl Mounlhalten, \var- ' Einie comn>pndpr in Southeast ASH and recently governor Renrral of 1 InriSa will return tci a .sea command f next October, the admiralty an- nouncnd ypstrrelay. HP will become Man officer commanding (hr Fiist Ci ulsrr Squad- SMITH PONTIAC CO. spent during the same period would total W.COO.OOO. Negro Identiiied As State Official's Killer BATON ROUGE. La., July 10. (UP)—Mrs, W. S. Terry, Jr. "positively" identified a Negro prisoner yeslerday as the burglar who murdered her husband, the state 4&L B Uare commissioner, laat Saiur- ?Tirty. She-riff Bryan Clemmons of Bast, Baton Rou^re ParKsh said Mrs. Terry confronted •' -the prisoner and "gave positive identification." Tl\5 burglar wh» killed Terry, 41, last Siiturday marly ran over MM. Terry as lie fieri. The Negro was arrested Thursday night ft net reportedly tried to escape as he. wa.s being taken to parish prison, Clemmons said no charges hflri been filed KO far. Red Cross Swimming Class to Start Monday Classes are scheduled to begin Monday lor the Red Cross swimming classes to be conducted *t the Osccola Municipal pool under the auspices of the Osceola chapter of the American Red Cross and the water safety chairman, C. W, Watson. The classes wiU be taught by Car- Iton Langston, a city life guard at Osceola who has an Instructor's rating with the Red Cross. Twelve one-hour classes have been scheduled to cover swimming instruction, water safety rules, and elementary life saving. made chairman of the aims and objects committee. All new officers and committees were installed and heard Russell Frake.s explain lhe duties of the various offices. Leon Earls wa.s installed as vice president; Clarence McCollum. sec- etary; Sims Mlchie, treasurer; an.l WASHINGTON. July 10. IUP> — John L. Lewis agreed yesterday to _ appear next Wednesday before Fed-i ion in the British Medilfrra'neVui eral Judge T. Alan Goldsborongh Fleet, lo show why he should not be ord- BLYIHl A 11 1 I A R K A N S A S ered to end the captive coal mine slliltc ' the Rev. Marvin Nibleck. T. A. I Notice of Probate Will Notice is herein- given that the Charles H. Ward, deputy United L.SI Will and Testament of Mrs. ! Stales marshal, said the United Leona Irene Stewart, deceased, was Mine Workers' president had noil- 1 probated In common form by lhe • tied him he would nrcept service of | Probate Court of Mississippi Coun- a stlbpena signed late yesterday by j ly, Chlckasawhi District. Arkansas, j Goldsborough. Ward s»ld that he; by order of salri court entered June ] would serve the sutjpena formally [ 24, 1946. I late today. | An »pp, a i ( ronl Sl(la piobnle mi ,,. t ,„,. .,.„.,„ .„.». .. „. , °° VCr ,"" 1C m l Bb "''«P e ' ls Predict-i b,. effected only by filing » petition. Haggard and Onarrt Upton were T d , L<LW s wl ' .. ca " ."" ' le "H 11 ™ i sUtlng the grounds on such appeal, named lo the Board of Direclo^. I co "' ml " e s nke ' " Ooldsborough; wllh this courl within six months Mr. Upton will direct, the club service committee, and Mr. Earl.s will head the vocation service committee. Roy Glover will head the community service committee, and M,\ Michie the rural welfare commU- lee. Other committees and the chairmen are: international service. Wil- iis Kaiser; fellowship. Frank Huffman; classification. Bill George; membership, Simon Steinberi; Rotary information. Dick Bf≪ pub- lice, information, T. A. Haggard, magaiines, O. T. Coil; attendance, che Rev. Mr. Nibleck; and bulletins, Clark Trame. orders him to do so, rather limn j from the date of thl« notice. risk another contempt of court fine.! witness my hand and seal ol said The miners have been oul five ^ court this 2nd any at July. ItHft. EL1ZABKTH BLYTHE. Clerk. ! days t)i « union shop dispute which', lhe governmenl says will "seriouA- ' ly curtail" steel production- I Frank C. Douglas, Ally. ii3-io-n Saturdays in Hew Orleans , „. 0 ' . i u .. i I In the rh«nc«ry Court. Ohlrkj- tfecome Legal Holidays »»wb» Dintriri. Mississippi county, *"»"»«. Pr»h.i' Division Minnie Lee Jones Studio Summer OHSJWS In PIANO Knrnll Now SOT Clu'fkasawl)* Tnifion S m UDEBAKERS T U D E B A K E R VOK (illAKANTKKI) USED CARS & TRUCKS 1!U7 <;.M<; 1 Inn HMfi Kind I i/, | im Slake Mill Clievinlel (/, |, m I '.Ml l-'ord y, Inn Anil iMiinv Others nit ()m 2 l.ols coMri.rn-. SI:HVICI; I'AKTS AM) A(X'KSS(HUi:S Chamblin Sales Co. "Yimr KrU'mlly SludHiiikcr Dealer" K. K. * Ash ' Phune 210S T U D E B A K E R STUD EB AKE RS WHEN BUILDING Buy the Best in Lumber from a GOOD LUMBER YARD! 100% HOME OWNED BUILDERS SUPPLY, Inc. Phone 2882 J. Wilson Henry «y «i SontH W. H. PCIM As Governor Signs Bill In thr Matter of the Eslair of No. 1862 Beauty Spots ts he fore your eyes cnn be inspiring, espcrinlly if Iln Mc- Avuy is insUIc them. Iln we.iv. 1 > n two-piece svcimsuit mnrle ot lcop:n - d-printed fabric, designed by Claire Rose of Miami. Fla. Summer Term of School Opens Monday at Cooter Cooter, Mo., schoojs will open Monday for the Summer term, it was announced yesterday by J. E. Godwin, superintendent of schools, Mr. Godwin .said that children who became six years old on or before Jan. 31 must enroll at the beginning of the^crm. He also urged parents to send their children to school refjuiarly, Mr. Godwin Is beginning his first year as .-superintendent of Cooter schools. He previously taught at Rlsco, Mo., ftnd several years ago also was H faculty member of the Cooter school system. He also announced that, school buses win run Monday morning at the usual hmir. ,^™ I !,. R0 . U . < ? E . La ;'..^ l! '.l 0 .-- Mr., L»nh Irene Sicwart. Decease,, Notice of Adminlstrallon. Notice is hereby given that lellri's rstamcntary were grunted to the undersigned on the 24lh day of June 1948. upon l lhe estate of Mrs. lUPl—Gov. Earl K. Long signed! bill yesterday that makes every i Saturday ,.„., ho.lday In New Orleans. hefrinnin B j,, y 31. lhe rest of the slate is not «f- fectcd. although the police juries; L c«na Irene Stewart. Deceased by of Jefferson »nd Bernard parishes; the Probate Court lor the Chlcka- adjoming Orleans Parish (New . Mw i >fl District, Mississippi County. Orleans, were given the possibility Arkansas. All persons having claims that labor unions mn.v begin de- i or demand » B3 lnst s n!d c.stnto must, manding premium pay for members who have to work Saturdays. <\ ' spokesman for the Congress of " f dustrial Organizations said. ho,.- : , , „ _..„„,„„.„. , ever, that the CIO "could not tell") 5 | x montns irom the date o'. yet what the cf/ccls would be. [ [irst publication of this notice or H was pointed out that most | sllc h claims will be barred from union contracts now designate noli- ( « n y benefits of said estate present them to Harvey \v Slewart. Northwest corner of Main and Lake sireet.s. Blythevtlle, Arkansas, duly authenticated, within if the days which members ar« off, or bft paid extra. to take. Harvey \v. Stewart. I Executor of the Estate o[ —~ I Mrs Ijeona Irene Stewart, deceased Read Courier News Wint Ads. | Prank C. DOUR!».V Attorney. With the Courts Chancery MnbrI Winkle v?, Ira Winklp, snil lor divorcf. Dalf 1 Arnold VA. Frances Arnold, suit iw divorce. KiUhcriiifi L. Srcvcns vje. Walter \\ C. Stevens, s*]it for riivorrp. Repair Bids Asked Bids for Improvement work on the Caruthcrsviltc. Mo., Post Office building will be taken July 21 at the Federal Works Agency office in Kansas City. Mo. The work includes exterior paint- Ing, including the flag pole, replacement of wood sashes, new front cntrsnce doors and hardware, and re-painting of outside wall ma.son- r.v. for mixin's and fixin's Ev«rylhin(( for thai special party Coil 2127 or 2868 Foster's Liquor Stores Gatewood Grocery State Line Phone 975 GAS GAS Rag., Gal. Ethyl, Go). 20.9< 22.9* BEER Gi icscriicck- KnlsUff—rase , , >, , JXflR Conks—mse $3.08 liiittweiser—case J'l.OR Canadian A'ue—in CHIIS J'1.00 Wine & Whiskey—Any Price STOP At RUSTIC INN Oic«ola, Ark. Fried Iced CHICKEN MELONS Open U A. M.—1 2 P. M. Durinjr .luly find M. L, Mnyo. Proprietor Concrete Tile Sewer Til* Si/rn 4. f> Knd K Inch Culvert Tile Si.en 18. 12, IS, IX. 21, '<!«, X ftnri 38 Inch A. H. WEBB Fwj. fil at Slate DIM Phone Rlvthrvlllt 714 SPECIAL! Five Per Cent Cose of 24 Bottles BEER! '1.95 i PHILLIP APPLEBAUM; T.itiuor Store J Xn rtfpcwll on Kotdt* I I Ml> So. Slh Hear E. C. look" Gathings! Air His Views Over Station KLCN - - - Blytheville Each Monday Afternoon 2:.10 p.m. Mr. Galhinc's Address Can He Heard Over the KollowinK Stitlions! Paragould, KDRL, Fri.—7a.m. West Memphis, KWEM, Sat.—10.45 a.m. Helena, KFFA, Sun.—7:20 p.m. Jonesboro, KBTM, Mon.—7:00 a.m. FOR SALE Building Blocks Concrete AQUELLA and TITEKOTC Water Proofing Paints IMS INCH CONCUKTh Cl'I.VKlvTS Plain or Reinforced We Deliver Osceola Tile and Culvert Co, Phone 691 ANNOUNCING Halfind Sltoe Sliuj) Now Csilled BLYTHEVILLE SHOE SHOP Tlif llfw nunor. Mr. Alrvanrlrr F^hhrl, offers SO vpars rvprri- pnr* a* your #.^ilir^nrr nf f|HMl- lly work. 106 So. 2nd $tt JVC* Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dea/er . "Kvenlunlly We Will lie Recommended to T»M" Wnlmil »l I'irM rhoix I.UJ *r UM BEN WHITE & SDKS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 WHEN YOU THINK OF Q _X THINK OF UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY I.KAKIS'C 1,H<;,M, KK.SHKVK COMI'ANIKS, ArrilOVKI) BV INSl'KAVCK COM.MISSIONKKS IN KVKRV STATK IN T1IK UNION AM) CANADA. QUICK SKTTI.KMKN'I' OK CI.AIitlS. A. K. "DKK" DIK'I'HICH. InirAin Klil lilr, * BEER T01MZ [V« fl.M " FAl.STAKf ....... . . . .M-1S MM* <:OM)CHKST 51 ...... W1S ««•• BtlDWKISKK. ........ H.TS run I'AKST Blur KlhSon ..V1.1.S »M AI.I'KN HKAII ......... »Z.15 e»M CICAKKT'I'KS ......... Z«c pk(. Philip Applebaum's LIQUOR STORE I in So. 51h •htmt S2fl Local & l.nnj; Distance Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any Place Buck Mehorg 401 E. Main St. IMinncs: l>ay !M 8 Radio Service at its Best! All New KM Test K STOP LOOKING/ COME IN AND SEE THEM EAST END AUTO SALES 0^ K. Main I'hone 41»I J All Service (Juarantced j Blytheville Salts Co ! Felix Carney ' m K. Main I'hi>n« A NATVRA1. A111 FOR EXCESS ACIDITY Mounlaiu Vnllcy Wnter. boltlfd and sealed nt tht s|iilnii.s. Is ft lutto-nl Rid in eliminiittng polsoni from lhe Syslcm. No! a laxative. It works sentlj Iliroush Ihr kidneys. Ask your doctor about this famous hcflHh watrr from Hot Springs. Arlr. It has been prescribed (or more than 75 yearn. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOf Main »n<1 IHTW«n Blythevitle, Ark.
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