The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1948 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 15, 1948
Page 9
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JANTJABY is, (ARKJ r/ Officers Probe Double Murder Madison Countian And His Divorced Wife Di« Together HUNTSVILLE. Ark.. J«n IS (U —Madison County o((ic«i-s were puz- rtlng tod«y over a rtoubl« killiiiR •fhldi first appeared to b« suldcle x jnd murder but which Inter appeared to be double murder. Th« victims were Lee Cotiley, 44, year-old Madison County farmer »nd Mrs. Evelyn Woodbddge Conley, his 31-year-old divorced wife The bodies were found yestcrdaj »t the home of Mrs. Conley's mother in the Alabam Community six miles Northeast ol Him'^ville. b) Mary Jo Contey. eight-year-old daughter of Mrs. Conley by a pie^ vIon5 marlige. Sheriff Beiry Denney »nd Cor oner Dr. J. C. Martin first though ,)* was murder and suicide, but life changed their mind* when It wa found the woman had two bulle wound« through the chest and tlv man had three. A .32 caliber revolver was found near Conley'i body. ' Two smaller children of the couple—four-year-old Sharron Lee Conley and two-year-old Roberta Pearl Conley—apparently had been In Ihc home since the shooting but could Kive no coherent account of what took place. The shooting toon piace some time after noon Tuesday because Conley was «een In Huntsville about noon, Sheriff Denney said, The sheriff could offer no reason for the apparent double murder. After his divorce from his wife. Conley had farmed in the Crosses Community, 30 miles from Huntsville. Apples, Ham Stake Make for Balanced Nutrition Excess Profits Tax Looms for Corporations WASHINGTON. Jan 15. (UP)— A ranking Democrat on the tax- writing House Ways and Means Committee said yesterday the administration will recommend to Congress a corporation excess profits tax to offset the $40-a-heari tax reduction proposal. The Democrat macte this statement after the three top ranking Democratic members of the Ways and Means committee held a 45- minute conference with President Truman at the White House. It was learned that Mr. Truman talked over the tax situation arid explained his preference /or his S40 tax credit plan to any other form of tax reduction. In recommending the S40-for- everybody tax reduction last week. Mr. Truman said without being specific that the estimated loss of revenue should be made up through an increase in corporation taxes. estern Europe .-'orms Bulwark Against Commies WASHINGTON', Jan. Ifl. UK'! I - Tlie Slate Department snlrt yrs- tnriay ilml the 10 VVosiorn Kmo- | prnn Mnr.slinll Plan rnimtru>.s nro I the bulwark against Inti'runllonnl Communism, Those nations, the Slutr Dcjxut- nient sntil Iti « siwlnl 17-volume repent, arc In front lines of the battle to firo.MTVi 1 <lom<HT.tllr political ivnd moral Hiulillnns ngnlnM controls, plunged to t-urlli Wfclni-s- (luv .shortly alti-r Inking off finm l/vkluM'd Air Terminal Iti S:ui I'Vruando Vallt-y. Culvert wnlV-.cil nway (nun (lie wreck but luler bi-ciiino dolliloin from .skull fnu-tiiK'.s nnd undemcnt (he sprcAd of Communism, The leixirt on (ho snclnl. Broiled ham «te»k tolth muleed apple Tint, makes » U»ty bndiet Hem today BY GAYNOR MADUOX Ham,steak is a good buy noiv. So are tart apples. Combine them into < laste-satisfying and nutritionally balanced dish. Ham Steak with Apple Rings Trim off rind from ham steak and slit, fac edges diagonally an inch apart to prevent curling. Lay on broiling rack and broil in moderate oven (350 degrees P.) until tender—10 to 30 minutes depend!;'.,; on thickness. Serve with sautced apple rings. S:mlced Apple Kings Wash and dry any tat t apple such Els Rome Beauty or Mclntosh. Core and slice 3.4 inch thick. Melt iat In heavy frying pan. Sautr miplcs until golticn brown on both sides— about 5 to 10 minutes. Arrange around ham steak on plotter. Leftover ham combines well witti egg noodles. Heies a recipe from the new Crosby Gaige "Macaroni Manual." Ham and Noodle Ix>af (Serves 0» Eight ounces fine egg noodles. 3 t'BS-s. beaten. 1-12 cups milk. 2 cups chopped ham. 2 tablespoons butler, parsley springs. ' Cook the noodles in rapidly boiling salted water until tender."Drain lllsliili!i<, .I I,,- ]. |), I'li-mln;;. imilH'vlllo, Ark. nnil Stir together Ihc ei; 0 b and milk, arid the chopped ham nnd mix all together with the noodles. Pour inlo a buttered loaf pan, and- riot with bits of butter. Bake in a moderate over (350 degrees P.) for 40 minutes. Tomato Sauce Two cups tomato paste. 1 lable- s)»on grated onion, dash nutmeg, salt, pepper. While the hnm and noodie lent is linking, bring the ingredients of the tomato sauce lo a boil. Turn out the loaf on a hot platter, pour Hie SFUICC over and' garnish with parsley. Airline Hostesses Find Matrimony Less Interesting, Survey Reveals By Mori Stern Now. with the Rirls preferring lo bo- (llniltd Press Staff Corrtipnnilenl) I come airborne old mnids the averace T.T-r-rr c- or^r.^ . .. t ,„„ ,*,„„ ! LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Jan. 15 (UP —Those lovely airlines hostc.wes who BO around with their hearts in the clouds every day, apparently have become experts in clistin- guishiiii; love from a bad case of Braniff Airways has taken a survey of its stewardesses, and District Traffic Manager George R ColleU, of Little Rock reports that during the past 12 months less than 25 per cent, of the glamorous nurse- i 23-ti!ui-n-linl(. But Collett adds that the drop in the marl.ige rote docs not indicate I a lack at persistence on [he part! of the American male. No siree, says I Collett. In tact, in Braniffs case' It's more of a plot cooked up by the front office. II Is campany policy Hint no hostess's photic number may be Riven to an inquisitive caller" unless he Magician Seriously Hurt When His Plane Crashes LOS ANGELES, Jan. 15. (UP)—j Profcsslrmal mnglclnn John Cnlvcrt wos In serious condition today from ] injuries suffered when his DCI2 twin-engine transport crashed. \ The piane, with Cnlvert at the proof FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarass Many wearers of false teeth have j - suffered real embarrassment be-1 double positive"! cau.w their plate dropped, slipped I past ; feel: ao re • com tort able. Does four years, 20 per cent snid "I do"|»our. Checks "plnte odor" (denture : to pilots-nnd kept "flying" in the; breath). Get FASTEb'l'H at any j rage age of hostesses used to be 22 family. drug store. i However, now, he says, the tren.1 is in tlie other direction. The live- HUDSON the LITTLE STORE Reminds you that big things come in little packages! the Hudson Finish Belter Cleaning In Only Hours HUDSON CLEANER Btythcvillc, Ark. TAILOR CLOTHIER Steefe, Mo. utr No. 2 Can ENGLISH PEAS lOc No. 2 Can RANCH STYLE BEANS - lOc Robert's Big R PEACHES - - 1 SOL cant Oc Mustard or TURNIP GREEHS-No.ZcaalOc Scott County Mixed Vegetables No. 2 can lOc 3 Tall Cans PETMILK 39c Basketball Uniforms Wo hcivc Hi cm in stock at competitive prices a -—__ . « Tliorc's no )I;IH!JC(|IJI|| ui.'nU' —lirllor lluin AlacCrc,,! PAGE OTNH Concrete Tile Sewer Tile Sizej 4, 6 and $ Inch Culvert Tile Slz«» 19, 1Z, 15, It, Zl, M, M and 36 Inch A. H. WEBB Hwy. 61 at Btzt« Lin* I'hoHB Blythtvllle 714 PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug StoreS City Radio •Service- Dial 2407 Kor Eiptri Repair* 324 Cant Main 81 Felix A. Carney I AND 2 D.1V SKUVICH ON ANY MAKK OH MODKI, ItK- LIAHU-: WOUKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 . \Vc cull for iind Deliver FRKD CALUHAN Kli'clricnl Applitinre Co. Autlmrlml (Motimihi Ituillo S;ilrH iliu) Kcrvlro IOH Kautll I'irsl St. FOR ELECTRIC WORK *Cali 2397* -FOR— • Bob Powell • T. W. 'Hop' Neil We specialize in house wiring, farm wiring, mo- I in- rcpnir and appliance installation. . f S Electric 500 N. Fifth St. Hlythoville, Ark. Van Camp's TAMALES 19c Jack Sprat Blended Orange and Gr'fruit Juice - - 46 oz. can 23c Fresh Crisp GREEN BEANS - - - Ib. 19c Full Flavored Fresh BEETS - - . lOc Cross h&rween orange and tangerine TEMPLE ORANGES - - Doz. Aged Wisconsin HOOP CHEESE Ib. 65c We handle only Grade "A" Meats or better in our market. City Super FREE DELIVERY 109 East Main Street Phone 2668 HOLE IN ONE? Dun'L Id It Krt yini dnuti Put j'niir ln-^1 funt foiiviu'd— linn! for our < mnplotcly - modern i/.rd "fixII f,h<i]i" lor ,^^lo^^s. We doelur lilmc^ wi'11 . . . fust! FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. \Vc Deliver Phone 691 Free Delivery Call PfCKARD'S I'lioni; 201?, Ifll'l CliirUns.-nvIm I Have On Hand At All Times Severn! tractors nnd equipment . , . hath new nnd used ones „ . . JOI1H DEERE, FARMALL and | oilier makes. Also, I have for > sale nt all times 70 to 80 head of mules, Terms cnn be Hrrnngcd. Will trnde for most anything you hnvo. New l'\>rcl Traclnrs \tciuly for Delivery F. C. CROWE Is This the Day After 'Wash Day? Did > cm cat oh ^ cuM hanging out tli:it net wash? Does your tiac'1; ;irh'* fi mil iriuiiup'.' Savn ynnrsrlf linurs of discomfort anil ilnrlor liilN. Scinl ytinr l.utndry lo us. Finest service — prompt dclivrrirs — rasy on I3ic budget. Call Us For Both Laundry and Dry Cleaning NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS Phone 4474-4475 StiSI& Young Motor Co: Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3.J79 BlylhcviKo Ark, 112 Wahtat St.

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