The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1948 · Page 2
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PAOIC TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) 'COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY «, 194T Street Traders England Sign Jp For New Jobs LONDON, Jan. 8. (OP)— Thousands o! street jwddlers, boot- ilacks, newsboys and street photo- 'i.iphers lined up at government abor exchange yesterday to r«g!*- ttr under Britain's tint peacetime industrial conscription law. Jt total of 20.000 persons were expected to register during the »lx clays ending Saturday. Those *'lio full to register are liable to fines ranging up to 12,000 and Imprisonment up to two years. Street traders were the (Irst cla»« to be registered under the new law. The measure is designed to help find recruits tor 500,000 vacant essential Jobs, Most of the , vacancies are on farms, In coal j mines and In textile lactoilet. Bookmaker*, night club owners, and fvm fair and amusement »r- carte proprietors must renlsttr »)1 their employes next. week. Prom Jim. 19 to Jan. 24. nil men net-ween •the ages of 18 and 25, and all wo- Alabamans Vote On Hot Issues Governor Oppose* Reforms Proposed •y Stata'v Lawmakers By Burns Bennett (Halted rrax Staff Correspondent) MONTGOMERY, Ala., Jan. 6.— (UP)—Jam** E. polfom, Alabama's till, girl-kissing governor, today tcito Ms strength against that of the legislature for the second time, line* takfn* office last January. A light ballot was predicted, as Yoter* were to'decide on a const 1. tatlonal amendment which woi>'d allow the ft*t« letLsbture to con- rene'itMlf In special session, on a petition by three-fifths of Us members. Such sessions could IBS only 10 days, and c<ju'.d come only t»lce during a four-year gubernatorial tenure. The legislature meets bl-«nnually. Folsom lost an August ballot when Alabama voted overwhelm Ingly, to divert future Income tax money to education, io hisure teachers $1,800 annual salaries. Although Polsom wanted the higher pay for instructors, he had sought to have the revenue divided equally' between the. teachers and Alabama's aged. Folsom offered only token re.sls- ..^ tance In the Augurt vote. But his of fine or Imprisonment. eampalgn against the self-starter i — ha* wen a full-dress affair of over MO speeches, stating flatly that a vol* against the proposed amendment !>• "endorsement of my program," Folsom h&s spoken throughout Alabama since October. Reinforced by his hillbilly band, pelsom featured a series of "re- ShuX? gave him thTgStest^elec- and counties of Arkansas was an tlon majority ever given an Alabama chief executive. Polsom has been given national publicity by Us "sidewalk siestas." Among his moves for getting "closer to the people", Is to stretch out on the pavement for a nap, after a speech appearance. His campaign centered on char' "attempt- In IMt, Mr§. Harrison hid lived quietly In New York. 8h« had been falling for more than a year. Funeral services will bc held at i p.m. Wednesday »t the Church of Heavtnly Rest In New York. Sub sequent servjces will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday »t ChriM Church In Indianapolis, where she will be buried In Crown Hall Cemetery. Airline Reports Loss LONDON, Jan. «. (UP( — The British Overseas Airways Corporation announced today that It lott f32.307.37a In the year ending March 31, 1947. The company said the Jos* resulted largely Irom flying Inefficient planes on uneconomic routes, you don't have to be wealthy men 18 to 21, who are not gainfully employed at least 30 hours a week, must regl»ter. other age groups will be registered later. All qualified persons must register, whether they bee peers, prostitutes, company directors or rtc- butantes. Those deemed mllablc for essential Industry will be offered a choice of Jobs. If thye refuse to take a Job voluntarily, they may b c ordered to do so under threat Gasoline, Sales Tax Turnback Checks Issued LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Jan. 6 (UP1 —The turnback of $1,168,688 In UP TO the luxury of a perfect night's rest Th« refreshing comfort of a Reslonlc Triple Cushion mattress It within the means of all. No other mattress, regardless of cost, offers you the rest-producing qualities of a Restonk Triple Cushion Innersprlng mattress. Enjoy the "luxury" that everyone can afford! See the Restonlc Triple Cushion, with its built-in comfort features, today at our store. (M that the legislature Is ing to hogtle me." "Big monopol- iej, them lyln'i newspapers." and "a selfish clique which has opposed your program and mine," have been his principal targets. Also Inserted Into the melee were proposed higher old-age pensions, and an axparided rural network of roads, which Folsom contended the •elf-starter would deliberately sab- otafe. Folsom has restrained from direct name-calling, but has made somo stiff charges repeatedly against "c'etaln legislators." whose identity was nner In doubt. fulbright to Address Arkansas Editors Friday ROOK, Ark.. Jan. 8.— (UP)—U. S. Sen. J. William Ful- brighl will make two appearances u guest «pe«lcer here (his week. "Oh- Wednesday he will speak on i •Current Government Problems" ' »t the first annual meeting of the North Uttle Rock Chamber of Commerce. On Friday night he Is •cheduled to address the 79th annual convention of the Arkansas ,Pre»» Association. Other press association speakers include Frank Ahlgren, editor of th« Memphis Commercial-Appeal; C. J". Byms, editor of the Fort Smith Southwest American; Dr. U W. Jones, president of the Unlvcr- «hy of Arkansas; Harry Ashmore, editor of the editorial page of the Arkansas Gazette; Allen Tilclen. elty editor of the Arkansas Democrat; and C. Hamilton Moses, president of the Arkansas Economic Council-State Chamber of commerce. uounceil by Stale Treasurer J. Vance Clayton. The turnback covered the last quarter of 1947. It Included $528.10') In gasoline turnback to counties $378.333 in sales Ux turnback to counties, and $252,222 in sates tax turnback to cities. Among the counties receiving tlw gasoline turnback were; Arkansas $8,919. Columbia $8,237, Qnrlnnd $11.804, Hempstead $7,103. Mississippi S1G.105. Ounchlta $8,92!!, Phillips $9,317, rulaski $34,255, Sebastian $17,094, and Union $14,21;-. Among counties receiving sales tax turnback were; Arkansas $6,358, Columbia $5,621. Garlrmrt $6,338, Hempstead S5.70B, Mississippi $10,183, Ouachlta $5,595, Phillips SQ.539, Pulaski $15,479, Sebastian $7,153. and Union $8,446. Among cities receiving sales tax turnback were: Blythevllle $4,508, Camden $3,874 El Dorado $6,846, Fort Smth. $15,194, Helena $3,689, Hope $3,227. Hot Springs $9.226, Little Rock $39,503, Magnolia ?1,867, Stuttgart $2,429, Texarkana $5.103, West Memphis $B94, North Little Rock $0,222, Osccola $951 and Pine Dluff $6,282. MaKhlng »•« Spring., $49.50 REST ASSURED Jfore /s ftofaer wff* President's Widow Dies NEW YORK, Jan. 6. (UP)—Mm. Mary Lord Harrison, 89, widow ol Benjamin F. Harrison, 23rd president of the United States, died in her sleep yesterday at her home here. Since the death of her husband Charles S. Lemons. Furniture Incorporated Stossen Plant Tour Of 12 States This Month WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- sawba nistrlct, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Mildred McCullough Plaintiff, vs. No. 10319 James McCiillough Defendant The defendant James McCnHough U hereby warned to appear within ! thirty days in the court named m the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Mildred McCullougli. Dated this 29 day of Dec., 1947. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. I By Betty Peterson, deputy. Attorney for Plaintiff, Claude F. Cooper. WASHINGTON, Jan. 6. (UP) — Harold E. Stassen, candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination, today announced arrangements for a Mountain Stales campaign swing covering nine states. The trip, via chartered airplane, will begin at St. Louis Jan. 11 and «nd at Washington, Jan. 23. He will visit Wyoming;, Idaho. Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas. Oklahoma, Tennessee and Virginia. Stassen also plans a campaign awing by train through Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine between' Jan. 25 and Jan. 31. thrill her with this LOVELY GIFT NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Virgil F. Hopkins, 414 East Sycamore St., has made application to erect a 16' x 60' concrete block building on Lot 9 Block 3 of the Ruddle Heights Addition to the City ol Blythevllle This building will serve as a laun- | dry. Any protest should be in \vritins and filed In the office of the City Clerk. Joe A. 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' TOTTT S.TATE Th« Gift TrKjf Sforti >h« H<xn»( Give yom »w«tlie*rt a genuine Lane Cedar Hope CViest, anrl it'l love for keep*. Lane it the only pressure-Irstnl nuima -tight chest in the world. Select your ROT- peou» gift-I^ane now. Other Lane Chests $69 and $79 Charles S. Lemons, Furniture Incorporated SAVE on FURNITURE ITEMS to Start the New Year! IAOOO Special 9 V ... Special ,... Special \ I for Only ... Special »89 50 *9 75 REG. $154.75, 2-PIECB : LIVING ROOM SUITE REG. $149.50, 2-1'IECE LIVING ROOM SUITE SPECIAL FLOOR SAMPLE, REG. $55 WING BACK CHAIRS SPECIAL VALUE! NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WING CHAIRS , fo r on.,'55 00 REG. $9.75, ASSORTED COVERS OCCASIONAL CHAIRS REG. $5.95,1MAHOGANY FINISH DINETTE CHAIRS REG. $9.75, EXTRA HEAVY DINING ROOM CHAIRS ^ *5 75 REG. $6.60, WALNUT FINISH RADIO TABLE REG. $3.99 WALNUT FINISH, LAMP, END AND COFFEE TABLES sp^T 4 Special Special 199* FOLDING CHAIRS Ideal tor Churches and Schools at GREAT SAVINGS ' Special REG. $7.95, WALNUT FINISH OCCASIONAL TABLES REG. $5.95, MAHOGANY FINISH HANGING WHAT NOT RACKS -...., MAHOGANY VENEER, MATCHING LAMP & END TABLES KEG. $24.75, SOLID MAHOGANY 21" DRISM TABLE ALL WOOL, PLAIN COLOU THROW RUGS SPECIAL ASSORTMENT FUTURES RFG $4 45 UNFINISHED, LEATHERETTE SEAT BREAKFAST CHAIRS REG. 51.96, NATURAL FINISH SLAT SEAT CHAIRS GOOD QUALITY KITCHEN STOOLS «< '5 75 $795 75 i w* spec*, 78 C 49 e * EXTRA SPECIAL! LAMPS Bridge, table and indi- $^94 rect floor to match. L Reg. to $9.95 Indirect Bridge or Reading LAMPS 1* / Reg. 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