The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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_WEDNJBSDAY L DKCISMBER 24, 1<M7 Holy Land Riots Take Heavy Toll 260 Killed, 604 Hurt Since UN Decision to Partition Palestine JERUSALEM. Dec. 24 (UP>_ Strife In Palestine since the United Nations voted for partition has Claimed 200 lives and C04 more pcr- Wis have been wounded, nn otfi- n, slatw »ont reported today. ine official casuality list'of 864 persons broke down the fatalities as Arabs 133, Jews 107. British Aimy, eight, British Police, one Arab Police, nine; Spanish Priest' one; Arab Legion, one. ' ' The wounded were listed as Arabs 374, and Jews 19fl. The announcement said that in •he first 11 months of 1947 casual!tics were 82 Britons killed and 175 wounded. 31 Arabs kilted ami 84 and 83 - Army/s La . rgest Glid er Makes Its Debut BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS . and 10.000 bomb gernades mostlv hand mode, exploded in PaS e ' " V "' aBe of Construction Laborers To Get Wage Hike In '48 KNOXVILLE. Tenn., Dec 24 <UP)-. T lic Tennessee Valley Au Hionty board of directors yesterday announced that 9.000 trades and la- ^-^'^•'.^•^y^iiet nig personnel on all TV A project.: was granted as a result or three weeks of conferences. The worker, Vii?v'TT Ued bj> lhe Tennessee Vally Trades and Labor Council composed of 14 separate unions the Georgia Escapee to Be Given Another Chance RACINE. WIs., Dec. 24 aulhoriiies have disclosed (U.I'.> — I.W .to the IS-yoai-oid wife whom O, V I,. U ,- Home w. S called oH yes- he married in July, a month after ' tcrdiiy because Santa Claus coulri- hn came to Wisconsin from < n't be there. that they will not seek lo extra- lie stay snyin,, that policy!" by Co "l?"ssion ; c Actress Sues Doctor for ^Alleged 'Sterilization' HOLLYWOOD. Dec. 24 (UP) Dr. Frankly,, Thorpe, former husband af Actress Mary Astor was sued for $350,000 yesterday by" film thiVT A ! ine , Nagel who " char e e rt that he 'sterilized her during an appendectomy in 1936. Thorpe, whose loye life became a matter of court record in Mary A.stor's purple diary trial over the custody of their daughter 11 yea-s age, refused to comment on MHs Nagcl's charge.-,-. The 32-year-old actress claimed m her suit that the doctor too* out her reproductive organs without her knowledge or .consent when H. C ini?£ OI ' aU;d °" hcn She aske <i S250.COO actual damages and SOW,000 punitive damages. Increased Production Invention of a stitching machine in 1888 stepped up daily production of shoes from three pairs of hand-sewed shoes per operator to 300 .pairs of machine-sewed leather-soled shoes. Fit for a Queen .Jo.-mcltc Allueg-fi of J.iwrpool holds np the trophy nfic,- W j n . nine 'lie Brilish Women's Ainn- I £" r f'B" 10 Skating Championship In London. She will rcn- leient Britain in lhe Winter .Olympics at St. MoriU. ... „. dlle Chester Owens, 25. who caped from H uriiini, Ga. if lie got awav i"- . - ! Grargln and "lived a slrnlg'ht prison cv ' cl '- vthi:1 B™"ld be all .from life , . _ camp more than a year ago. Shei- c * f, ~IT~' vester- - ant O t/OOS Cracks Up- said ilf Robert Mathcson - - day Kids Patty Called Off Owens was anes!«l r-Yidny iii K lu MIAMI. Ma n cc ->\ HIP. TI' «t_w.nd Lake, where he was |, v . ' OhrUtma, l.a. : ty for the KeT.daU The Cliristnms gentleman, due-to ">^e a BI-UIKI entrance by airplane, "'"" l '"'' .... - iji s ,,, 01 . n . seriously cracked up on a, lt.\\ /intr.-He Is'Iri" •" •" injured. Santa. Cliiel p||ol W. c. Wirick ol Brown's Airport, had (he sack ol t&ys and the red suit nil ready .or. the pni-ty. spmisorcd by llic Flor- lan Pilots' Association. Then lie decided to give his light plnnc onu PAGE NINB - .~.... v T iwiim n Get Second Christmas This Month of Leu Llltl. Johnny I, dylnit !rt lB M b , Ut , | l ° Clols llcre >'«le«l»v i 1 . s ™»'»'lo» l« "some- better," »mj ( |,«t hr may HJ..; beyond .Chrlstinmi "if [ h | g, . main as they », e ." " Bs "" Pearliiif that Ihf dicnd disease would take l,k life Mwtl ch| .,"J: h l ."rt ' r^'i" 1 ," 5 "" m ° lllp1 ' " nii '"ther had Chrlstmm for him im u«- » complete will, » U | CKK Uiat he wanted but was loo ,v en k lo rod,. When Johnny's story was told < wosS> ^ '."" e ' sl °" """" »"""" i«T ^ 8 "°" v< '' 1 '"• I!t> «>»)dn't «ke his eyes off th»i trlcycle-.iul his mother lined ]„., wnJslc(| "^ pound body out ,,f b f d IO..R nioimh imi» ° ' W<lia " """"«>«• "«»' The lot hns had no m 0 i c Irnns- lusions, since hl.s .lectors fear I at inlBht hasten the end now. They «V his system Is loo wakened to absorb any new blood. Just before his ( il5 t Chrlsluuw final check, comliis I,, for a land, the inolot- lolled, and the Chrlsi- mns ciall plousbod !m u Uie runway at the Rirporl. . . • - ...... . . .in» 1 1\~\ i u i,-i, novs'L'Vf r Ids doctors decided mcnliisl, trying Dul, tliorc's > good chance now • at Johnny may have h | 5 Y"«tide fun all over Again. Anl t Pi'nnk Knlrfleld. Nevada pfosptc- 1 »'iii 5 "T' ", I , 1U! bll "« ln t P»Hlcl« of I'd lite to the surface and. when I I an a shaft at (lie srxH, he Ml rich perllte deposit. MUST BE A REASON WHY IT'S THE MIP-SOUTH'S OUR WISH TO ALL. mm... For both young and old there are untold joys at Christmas time. There's laughter and gaiety and warmth in the hearts of men— there's a happiness that knows no bounds-there's a spirit of giving that is beautiful to behold . . . there's a bright sparkle in the eyes of the kiddies, an excite/ ^ ment in their little beings that only visions of Santa can bring. That all may experi- ence these magic joys is our sincere wish this Christmas . . . The FIRST NATIONAL BANK the Only National Bank in Mississippi County Basketball Uniforms We have them in itock at competitive prices . no luuikclhnll made —hcllor thnn Rlii RADIO REPAIR 2 DAY SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OH MODEL RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP PHONE 2642 We cnll for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Electrical Appliance Co. AuthnrUrd IMnlorol. R>dl« Sales ind Berfloe 1W South Flr«| st. Step on it! Briiij? downtrodden heels, worn soles to us. Swift, expert service QUflUTY SHOC SHOP 121 W M«IN ST Concrete file S«w«r Til* . , . Culvert Til* 8I»« U. U, IS, ||, JI, »~" M iMh n A. H. WEB* "WJ. WATKINS PRODUCTS Now AvaiUble A Complete Lin* Famous Since 1868 Mrs. B. Justus, Dea | er Ash SI. Phone 3115 City Radio •Service- Dial 2407 For Expert S3* K»»l Main St ,Felix A. Camay FOR ELECTRIC WORK *Call 2397* —FOR— • Bob Pow.ll • T. W. 'Hop' N.il We specialize in house wirinjf, farm wirinjr, motor repair and appliance installation. BOB'S Electric SOO N. Fifth St. Hl.vlheville. Ark. FOR SALE Concrete V Building Blocks Aquella Wofer Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceolq Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 691 Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Phont 2043 Iflll Chlcknsnwha MALONE Plaster and Stucco PKone 2029 Is This rhs Day After Wash Day? I»M .vou i calch » mid Imnjint out thai »e( wash? Uo« yo.r SorL ar h.n ? ^ n1 "* 7 Salr >0 " rMlf hour> "' «>l««mf.rt y . B ™ doclor bills. S,nd your laundry to ... Finwt «rTice-pr.ml deliveries— tajy on the budget. i"»m» Call Us For Both Laundry and Dry Cleaning NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS Phone 4474-4475 fn MU MBMM sw/cf *t**y$ Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3479 Blythfrille Ark. U2 W*fn«( 9C.

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