The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 17, 1947
Page 2
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.), COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1947 Issue of State tights Raised Arkansas Gqvonior OppoMt Provbiwi In School Proposal UTLE ROCK, Ark., Dec. 17 (DPI —Gor. Ben-Laney .today rigorously opposed any attempt: by the federal government to demand elimination of racial segregation before allot- Jng educational funds to Southern Writer Polls Topics Clou to Girls' Hearts and Arrives at True Figures .TUSCAIOOSA, Al»., Dee. IT.— flfuree which he Mid "are enttre- (UP)—One ot tvtry three eoede pally accurate end have not been Re tensed K an "Imposition on •tatec rights." "I can eee no Justification In the federal government's taking tax money from' Arkansas citizens and then telling them how they have-to epend It," the gpyernor declared. His comments followed a rejwrt by President' Truman's commlssiiin on higher education advocating federal aid a* a means of doubling col- , bee - enrollment by 19«0. It denounced racial segregation. : -We are not ready for a mixing of white* and Negroes In our cshools," the governor said. "Neither the whit* nor Negro leaders want it." Laney »ald that elimination of wgregation may come about In the : future, but In 1 Ms opinion "we are not ready, for It at this time." Laney pointed out that Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, president of the University of Arkansas, was one of the four members of the commission who dl»sented on its findings on •egregaUon. The governor said he plans to call In whit* and Negro educators to dlscun a : proposal that regional educational Institutions • be set up to the South. The plan.ta being considered tiy the Southern Conference of : Governors which probably will meet In January. the University of Alabama campua wears "fairies," a poll by the student huinor magazine Indicated today. In an. article entitled, "If Your Olrl All There?" Rammer Jammer uld In the holiday lu'ue that one of every two girfc at formal dances has the padi inserted for the "uplift" look. Pat FU'llly. a ataff writer, aald IK ,wa> given the "pleasant". a*-' slgrunent of finding out whefper-: centage of the 1,000 to 4,000 girls j on the campua wore the "gay deceivers." Several rather pleasant methods of Investigation occurred to me, but none of them seemed quite .practical," he aald In the article. "Eventually,-I decided to take one sorority... and find put.'' Tell Congress: 'Do Something About the HCL!' He' did not reveal his eventual i with you." method but came up with these I "No room. 'padded* In an; way." Some 29 per cent wear them all the time. It per 'cent on special occasions 'and « per cent never wear them. Rellly. said' each girl was aaked why ahe did .or did not. wear them. Kc said the following atetementi were obtained from glrla' answering "Because I've got plenty of nothing." , ••Soms got it and some ain't." ' "What nature's forgotten, I stuff with cotton." . . i "Why In' the hell do you think? He said these were typical answer* of girls answering no; "Never go under false preUneee.", "You can't fool these Alabama, men.*? - ' ' ' "Take me aa I am, or to hell Work Dodger Kids His family Along BOSTON, (UP)—Meeting a friend on a Back'Bay street, a Maiden man isald his slothful brother, long a trial to the/family, had obtained a job a* an elevator operator In "the new John Hancock Life In» suraiice Co. building." , The friend chuckled ana pointed across the street to where workmen were clambering about on the steel skeleton scheduled for mouths hence. "That," said the friend, 'la the new Jolui Hancock Building." to throw the.can away, he detected printing which said: "Payroll. Bav- ngs Plan,' National Bank and Trust Co. of New Jersey." Inside the folded paper were four. »& bills and a II bill. , : DefenK Wall Wall Street. New York city, takes Its name from a wall, built In 1633, as a' defense against the British It stood on the present site of Wall Street. of a skyscraper completion many $21 finds Its Way Into Can of Soup MOORHEAD, Minn. (DP)—Bill Wherzog found a $21 can of soup when a customer ordered tomato soup at Wherzog's restaurant. When Wherzog opened the can lie saw a piece of crumpled ptipcr In with the soup. As he was about §MS G/M Club Performs A program of Christmas music v*» presented at the weekly meeting of 'the.. Lion* Club, yesterday noon in the Hotel Noble by the Blytheville High School Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Wilson Henry. Miss Dorothy Wright wa» soloist. The;Olee Club waa presented an album of record* for Its library by the Llona Club. ' Read Courier New* Want Ada. Picture afaowf part of a luge delegation of women ahoppers, organized by the Congress of Amer- kea Women, aa they arrived In Washington to d« mand that their congressmen put over price control BOW. The* came from many citlu. including New York. Chicago. PhUadeiohia and Detroit. Read Courier Newt Want Adi. tfeware Coughs |_-_ «£•*••• MMt That Hang On OreotnulalonreUeTea promptly because it goe* right to the aeet of the trouble to help looeen «nd expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, leader, la- flamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your drufgtet to eeS you i bottle of Creomulslon with the xm- aerstandlng you must like toe way « quickly allay* the cough or you an ,o have your money back. CREOMULSION City Radio •Service- Dial 2407 ror Expect bpata 124 Kaet Mate St. Felix A. Carney Santa Says: Only Shopping Days until Christmas Credit is Free at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES ft takes only 1 Mlnntea te Open • Chhartd Aeeeant Book Matches Personalized Book Marches in acetate drums. Foil backs one day service. WINTER.ZE NOW! F V *' - «_ 1 , TO YOUJ s -. (3 , •>- *^ **-.«...£••. -^ if i* * nrr-^/-"'"*"• »>,«•*• '! WHEN YOU O E T O U R one shot complete COOLING SYSTEM SERVICE REVLON GIFT SETS $1.00 to $15 The best of all manicure lines. XMAS CIGARS Boxes of 25—all price*: A wanted 'gift for all men. J ewe lite Hair Brushes and Combs $2.00 to 12.50 i( Lunch at.Kirby's. Grab a snack while shopping. Hoi or cold- .every dayi r ;FMtest service in town. •peewl style zippers. v* 6 Ar 4, NO-FREEZE *oreerio»* WITH 'MO-FREEZE NON.FREIziNO COOLANT PERMANENT ANTl-FftEEZI Drlre ID today — get ear complete, afl-wto- tor cooling system protection a*rrice! Coe4a JirUe now ... may KIT* real money later/ Wf CHKK your entire cooling syatvm Ihoc- oughly! Hoees, ton belt and all other important parti receive careful m«pe<rnon. Wf CtfAM your radkrtor to remove all mat and corroeion! Thit important service protects againet overheating with resultant costly anti- faee«e loee. Wf MSTAU-MO-nazE" Non-Frewdng Coolant Permanent Antl-Freere. "wo-ntEtzc" re- tajna its full strength all winter —does not evaporate — prevents nut and scale — and is guaranteed down to 35" below seto — NO TESTING at any time! POUT WAIT . . . •• SAM . . . COM III HOWII —$1.85 Gallon— OTHER WINTER SPECIALS Radiator Hose Clamps For All Cars 7c tXKT. —For The Car— Drivlig'lTtes FflllBelts Chrome Finish— Clear Lens— Seated Beam $4.95 pr. A Ken $10.95 Vol For All Makes of Cars 69cup IADIATOR HOSEi end MATBt HOSi • *T» AB Makes Fffs All Cars Aristocrat Hot Water Heaters Reduced to $19.95 Soutbertr Auto Stores "" X" Super Flush Cleans jCooltng Systems 69c Elizabeth Arden Travel Toiletry Kits $8.25 to $30.00 Sheaffer Fountain Pens or Pen Sets $5.00 to $25.00 Ball point pens from $1.00 Desk Sets $10.00 to $25.00 Candy Whitman's, the most famous candy in America $1.25 to $5.00 Choc. Covered Cherries $1.00 Max Factor Toilet Sets $3.00 to $10.00 Coty TOILET SETS to $10 00 Yard ley Bath Powder Toilet Water $1.50 It's not too late for Personalized Xmag Cards. Name imprinted in one day. Hallmark Cards—singles or box assortments. Amity Bill Folds For Her or Him. Evening in Paris Toilet Sets to $15.00 For Men Give Toiletries Court ley Seaforth Old Spice Yard ley Lentheric Wiliams PoDo Stationery A most desirable gift and in- expensive, too. Montag's Prices to suit'all. DuBarry TOILET" SETS Complete Line Tabu The forbidden fragrance sets or single items. Lentheric Tweed Perfume Toilet Water Sets KIRBY DRUG STORES MAIN at 2nd-MAIN at BROADWAY-MAIN at DIVISION Cash and Carry Weekend - BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Lentheric Lucien Lelong Perfume Toilet Water Sets Gift Soaps by Lightfoot- Shultz $1.00 Tops in quality

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