The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1946 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 19-1G BI/mTEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Motorist Gets 2-Year Sentence • Garland Judge Order? Maximum Prison Term For Two Traffic Deaths • Mrs, G. E. Workman. Monday In Memphis. Coining THUKSIMY Mrs. Cecil Simile will be lioslrss to the Miihveok Clul). O.'telle clul) v, ill meet lioine of Mrs. J. (;. Ellis s : home :it Ilarticld. FRIDAY "i"-'" 1 1 Safe Driving is Urged By Arkansas' Governor nt the ul her Chapter 1'EO Slsterliooo HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Dfc. -1. — 'Ul ! i Otis nookarcl, -12, today .stoo ( ] convicted ol tu'o counts of nKinsUuislitcr , ;m;i liiul u]ready been Uii.'isieiTed to Die: stale penitentiary to serve u two-year sentence, one year on each I'luinie. 'i'iie mini \va.s conviruetl in Ciur- laiKl circuit court licre yesterday, "nd Jmlg<> Earl Witt, prmionnml .••'erilenee, the term,-; to run consecutively. Hnokiird was ihe driver of un luitomofoilc which struck and killed Mrs. Evelyn Howard, and IK r 4-ycnr-ohi daughter near here recently. He had entered a "Utility" plen. Hookai'd. who had l)een het-l in Fordyce for snfcltccjjiiiij when feel- iiij; mounted a s ninst him here, uas tried and .sentenced before mo^t of the courtroom knew it. His tiiid was orie,in;illy set for loday. Judge Witt pointed out thru the man M:IS reportedly inio.vjenic.cl at the lime o[ rnc- incident, and Ilia! he had been accused of drunken I drivinf- before. "We must w:ike up to the necessity of Hifnix-inp, laws atfain.st drunken driving," Judge Witt .stated. "Maximum .sentences such as this one must be assessed to keep p.'jr.sons who are drinking from behind the steering wheels of aiito- mobile.s." Bits of News meet ai i p.m. -,vith Mrs. Kivmer Kncliind with Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., co-hostrss Mrs. I/>ndennie Fowler will entertain the C. H. c. R'»ik Club. Ll'lTI-!-: HOCK, Ark., Dee. •!. — <U!')—Arkunsiis drivers today were cautioned | )v (-j, )V jj C11 (,,,,'u.y in oLserve s; fe and sane (ruffle rules '" "" l ' f ' t to suppress the usual I holiday a ide:it loll In the state. I The eh f executive. In n press ed the drivers through- ale [o co-operate with 'ide program bv usinn . judument und court- Dorcas class, Virst Church, will meet at the •J:!JO |-. m. out the foreihuuKl i-sv u n il . highways. He puinteil out lh:u le lii'.si nine months of naplist. l'J-16 saw inifiie accident totiils ciuircli.so.ir to 30 percent more tluin in ; tlie same period or last year. f each o! our citizens would The Dutch introduced buckwheat into tlie colonies on Manhattan Island and raised it there as ea:iv as 1G25 . make a persoinil vow to take »» iliiine.es (hin would result In mi ; accident, Ihe holiday season would ' l)e truly u joyous ' mie In every! home in our slate." the governor Mild. i I French Socialists |Back Thorez to iSucceed Bidault i I'AUIP. Dei', 4. lU.lM—Tlie Mr., lionul Council of (he Frnieh So- liuhs; I'art.v loduy threw ILs sup- i pint Behind Maurice Tliort'X, leiut- [ cr ol (hi; Cuinoiunisi I'urty. in his i bid to become next I'remi.-r (it lni-FiMnciil. :>f 'rlioriv, by ist Council cume ill (lie ID-hour meeting lustlni; I Ills fonmil iicllun followed iccciil Dm imrltiimenliny elections, in v;hio!i eiul ""' (Jonimimlsls .suceeed'.'d Hie. . Mid' us I.IUIHT'K slronije.st parly. '"" I U Tlujrcy, should sucreed in most umil dawn Tlie roimcll, ul c.uixiiluilvc uro»P. was deeply spill. Tlu< motion entloislnu Tlmroy. WHS can-led 3.131 to 845. Kvcn with Socialist support Tliuri 1 /. lucks sufficient pnrlliiinnn- lury sIveiHilh to win the |;reimcr- •••hi|> lie must win stip]X)H of in least purt or Ihe Left Kcp'.iWIeiin Union Ieil by pre-war manner, hiliiunl llerrlot. ! (iioiKes litilimll. lender of Iho, 1'opnbir Heiuibllciin |MRI'> I'nrty! resigned a.s prime ininlsler and. fiH'rifii minister of ihe ibroe-paily; einilition novonnneut lu.st weeK, The Socialist Council • will meet• government foimed by Thorjz iKulii tcnlithl to decide whether • ilie pinty shotilcl purtlclputc In a' hiK a yovi-i ninenl, lu> would forinUiiible opiioHllton :iom MHP nnd .stn'iinllicii.'d ilunt ixilltk'iil groups. QUIMTUPIETS •Iwiyt r«H*v* §or« ttiroat CHEStCOiDS LemonJ Chocks Pain Quicldy Cecil* HIM ll!OU«cd> in H.1M. OM^i • ' . - II>OUIII. . va-im i«.i»). MU it MIL » qi»rt or «««, Ulro 1,1 4 IfnioL*. tfjl «My. NO ..II ni.,1 MoiuM. you lu»l lily* lull l»o ilmti n ti,y. oiitn ulllln •••MiiirltaiM ownltu— iplnttlil rtil i,ln.iliir.l, II |l,e |>aliil do Mot quickly 1 <i»l II j-on tin .11*1 re»l Lexer? .Mttra J'TOty imckn.o »ml llu-R, will «W yoil '? "'i I'f ,"• " " ""? "r *'""• •""«*«« HI HMulil« iiuwey-liiitE cuannM-. H I uiii|>»iintl li (,,r i^Eo urMl recoiaiMD^eo Kirl.y tlnillirrt llrui! lin.l ,1™ S n uli ire Head Courier News Want '.els. Mrs. O. Shonyo, flOS West Mni<;. leTt yesterday afternoon for Cos Angeles. Calif.. ' where she will M'end the Christmas .season '.viih her sister mitt other relatives. En route lo California she nhr; in MOP in Phoenix. Ariz., tor :\ brief visit with friends. Members of Mrs. John F. Sanders' liimily, who also include her son, Monte Sanders, and daughter, Mrs. E<I Stanley, are ill of "in- lliieii^.i nt their home. J. C Efarnish entered Memphis Eaptist Hospital yesterday foi 1 treatments. Judy Brooks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mcll Brooks Jr.. is reciiperatiiij; at her home alter undergoing a lonsilcctomy, Monday, at Memphis Eve. Ear. Nose and Throat Hospital. Molly J 0 Beasley. daughter of Dr. and Mis. J. E. Beasley. is ill at her home with the measles. Mrs. Robert .Lowe.ami her moth- Dr P. F. McCivtchen DKN'I'IST ' SU-i:li:, Jlu. is moving his of five irnni over (,'ily l)rn<f Slof. 1 i<i his home or\ |[inli\v:iv »1, l«'(l block*! KOlldl ()!' Kloji AI'I'OINT.MKN'I'p. TAKKN \O\V CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Cosfj So Little" WEEKDAYS Box Office Opens G;.|5 p.m. tihow KiarLs 7:«l) p.m. SUFFERERS! 666 SNAPS *x im ^^flUWkCTlON 1 'STARTS RELIEF' INJUST6 SECONDS '. 666 EASES THESE 6 COLD MISERIES QUICK! 1. Heiulnrlu.-. 2. "StnrTe.l-ii|." Nose. :!. .Minor Tliront Irritation. •!. Cousin Due to n Cold. 5. "All-Over" Muscular Aches, (i. "Clioked-np" Keeling. Don't tnke chanees with » eold! At tlie very lirst snitlle, asU your druji- Kist for instiiiit-iictini,' GGG —start KCttinj; Wesseil relief from all si'.r of your cold's most troublesome miseries in just Gseeoiuls! No wonder that, in 45 year.-*, IHI//IOXS }iavc turned to famous /)rescr/^fi"on-typc (!Gfi! a Try it! Caution: Take only as directed. COLD PREPARATIONS Shopping Days To Christmas II lakes only 3 in i miles to open a Charge Account FITZPATRICK Jewelry Stores Blyilicvillc, Ark. Osrcnln, Ark. Sikrsfon, JIo, Par.iRouIii, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday •"Something for the Boys" Miteln-11 O'Sliea, yiviaii Blaiue "Zorro's Black \yiii|i" Clun>( S Also Sliurls Open 0:30 p.m.; Show Starts 7 p.n Wednesday & Thursday "What Next, Corporal Hargrove?" Itnliert Walker. Kecnan Wynn News of tlie Kay Shorts New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Matinee Saturday * Sunday Box Opens Week Days 7:1)0 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. ConU Hhowtnt Wednesday & Thursday "Our Vines Have Tender Grapes" with "Bitteh" Jenkins :im! Kilivard O. Kobhison Also Short Subjects RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday "SPOOK BUSTERS" with l ,eo (»arc ey a n d The Cast Side Kids News and ComctTy T SITT'S SHOP AGAIN We arc happy to present a brand new collection of spring merchandise, including Evening Dresses, Dinner Dresses, House Coats, Robes, Street Dresses, Suits and everything that's smart for My .Lady. . Make Her happy with a Gift from W H I T S I T T ' S We i-enlixo, of course, Him- will lio some things you will bo inmlilo ID Imy at pvcsonl, so for your convenience wo ol'IVr n (!1F,P .rKirPIKIOAT! 1 ! vvliich you ni:iy |iiir<:lias<> for ;iny amount desired. Qifjt Presentcd lo ... dolli'vs'! With llcst Wishes of MISS WHiTSITT'S SHOP ^' ' Reflecting a fabulous collection ol hallmarked costume i-.,-'.. .. .radiant imported stones handselln sterling silver. Spray pin-clip.mt.0* Earrings: top •*.•• contcr oo.cu '-..-. , ..,.:} •TiiilJi.-.-.i.;,»...;._J U. •_. [\.L. Olf. b Choose From A Grand Collection Of Fine Gifts When you .select n j-lfl Hem from WhU.slU'.s, you arc n.ssircd of belter quality. We feature only nationally miverUscd brands from the wovld's forcuiosl Handkerchiefs A gorgeous selection of impor(s and lovely linens. Every one exclusively lintul tailored. Siiarkliin: designs to please tlie most pnrtlculnr, Robes A wonderful array of fine -Robes, including quilted pa Horns by HOTKLEY, and woolens by DOHIAM. Also inclmlcd nro Snlin;, Cliint'/, Chiffon ... In fact, eveiylbinj; to plenso her. Junior Dresses We did not [oruet the Juniors. A completely new collection of Pastels. Spring Styles. Gabardines, Sheer Wonloiu. Cre[»-.<. Cottons and Hayons. The latest .styles . . . rxpcrl tailorini;. Dinner Dresses KING'S RANSOM The fire of countless multi-colored sequins, shimmering and glov/ing against A glamorous display of dinner :md oventns Dro.ssos, frnlnr:n f : luvoly Mnrqulsctlcs, Sntin.s. Prints mid Jer.sies. Just the fMir. ; j for C)iristn»:i-s cmd New Year pnvtic.s. rv a background of midnight black Onondaga rayon *• crepo. Th» mood is gala, the perfume,' Elsenberg's STIRRING. > Blouses Jy Narttis of Dallas A beautiful selection of BOUCLE, SPUN RAYONS nnd JER- SIES, tailored by NARDIS nnd KORET, America's Icidii^ makers of blouses. Choose the. 1 * of yotir liking from n (jri'id iltsplny.

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