The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1946 · Page 16
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\ ' MOIWM BLYTHEVIIJ.K (ARK.) COURIER -NEWS THURSDAY,-'DECEMBER 5, 1010 Veterans Hurl Nefwtism Charge Louisiana Official Blotted by Group For Hiring Cousin * » NEW ORLEANS. DM, 5.—(UP) —In nn'angry attack on (lie New Orleans office of'the Louisiana State Employment Service, the • American Veterans committee charged yesterday *.!mt qualified veterans were beln^ ignored Tor joii 'opportunities, while pretei 1 • ence .was being given relatives of ' officials for the same jobs. '. -The AVC said In a letter to State • Labor commissioner W. P. Mctz- ' ger Hint H. B. Tin-can, chief oT the '. LSES^ -hnei employed his cousin, ; Miss Connie Faust, when siie was ' 'Single, inexperienced' and not a ! ! veteran." • • Miss Faust was hived, (he Iclter : satd, as an employment intcrlv.w- '_ er. "Her chief claim to priorily," : the AVC charged, "was her re• lationshlp to Mr. Turcan." \ . The AVC accused "some officials" : of seeing in the return' of the state • employment service from the feU- .' eral to the state government i\ [ "signal for a return to politics and . nepotism." Political Prophet ' Japanese Christmas ' To Be Home Event '_ TOKYO (DPI—Many Japanese ..children who were deprived of toys - and holiday decorations during the ""•tvar -will have their first real T Christinas this year. '- Although most ot_the little ones "will be from Buddhist and Shinto "' families, they will celebrate Christ. mas in much the same way - youngsters in chrislian homes ^throughput the world. The Jnpa- ~ nese—always looking for a good '- excuse for a holiday—have long ;'made Christmas a major event in ^. their country, .. Last Christmas came too soor •~ after the end of the war. There ''were no toys nnrt people were hun- --gry. This Christmas will be a little - better. Small toy factories are ro- "_ turning to life, turning old air>. plane aud cannon parts into scoot• ers, toy jeeps and Christmas <iec- " orations. In pre-war flays, many o '. these decorations and toys would have found their way to Amcrici and Into the Santa Clf.us lands o .. the big department stores. ,• Pennsylvania and West Virgini produce about 65 per cent of fh , tola! coal mined in the Unitei States. Peter Kelson. NEA Service Washington correspondent, picked the winners willi racing form iic- curacy in News week's pre-election poll of 50 top political writers. \\f forecast r. Republican finin of 52 sents in Hie House and 11 in the Senate. The actual gulii was 54 in trie House and 12 in the Senate. Edson tied, for first with Mark Foote of "the Booth Newspapers, who predicted gains of 49 and 12. Jewel Robber Sentenced on Plea of Guilty HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Dec. 5.— (UH)-vGarland circuit Judge Earl Witt yesterday sentenced George Cokinan poley to two years In Ar- kiinsii.i Stale ivnllditlnry on' n plea of guilty to thaws of par- liclpating in the tS-I.OOO Jewel rob- Ixry of K«kay Art Oallcrlc.'.s Here last October, Sj>eclflc charges of burglary und tsrar.d larceny were. (Ilex! .against )''oh'y. The sentence is the mlni- inuin allowed In AlkmsHs liritigr tiu: charges, ' *''Blonde Eyeful Escapes Male Dormitory' Stores : Shirley lilaekwootl, a fetching o.oiule .swretary, had to figure-out some way to c.el past the men's temporary dormitory at Gettysburg College tLti-ji day—she hadn't the heart to (io righl through 11. R5 siic climb) a ladder to the ii|>;jcr-sl<j:y olfl:c of'the athletic director in the college gymnasium building where she works. Just below the office are the crowded quarters of 200 men students. ' VISIT US IN OUR NEW LOCATION Base Cabinets — Wall Cabinets Innerspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 113 East. Main . Phone 2.102 All Our Employee* are War Veterans. Atom Split Despite Kentucky Judge FRANKFORT, Ky. (UP) — The atom has been split successfully by scientists, hut H years ago a Judge 3f the Kentucky court of Appeals termed such an undertaking as "impossible." Judge Basil Richardson, who died in 1937, mentioned endeavors of scientists io split the "torn In nn opinion concerning whether justices of the peace in Kentucky hud both civil and criminal Jurisdiction or one without the other. He held there could be no dissev- erance of tile two In Ihese words: "The atom is defined as 'one 'Of the minute Indivisible particles of which, according to atomism, the universe Is composed'." (quoting from Webster's New International Dictionary) and added: "The scientists have labored !o split successfully the atom. The task of distinguishing to any degree between the constitutional Jurisdiction of a Justice of the pence to try a civil action from that of a criminal prosecution is not less doubtful, if not impossible, as that of the scientists to split the atom." FIREWORKS \ of All Kinds NUTS and CHRISTMAS TREES CARTER GROCERY North Highway 61 CANMF.O VEqf.TASLCC .n IN MWO, OUfi KIElV-5 AS1 STOCKED Wilrt EVCRY K»:O. PEVEI/V MILK MIX NUTS FRUITCAKE . .'{ for I'ountl " Pound 33° 98 C DOMINION Non- Automatic TOASTER $3.42 Will hold oxlra largo slices of broad . ..turns t a<i s t w b o n doors aro lo'.v- ered. It's Slick! It's Quick This SCHICK .rvrsR SHAVER 17.98 . The handiest >hav*r on th<* marital—all YOU do Is pick it up and shave. And Man Oh Man, 'you get a fasl, clean, c!nse shave Ihe very' lint time. At- IraclWely cased. GOODYEAR DOUBLE EAGLE Radio A-B . Batteries . 4.95 WHIM-: THKV LAST Electric HOT PLATES Value PLASTIC CLOTHES LINE 89c Can bo left cut all year. Won't mildew or rol, i. and a damp li clolli wipes il j clean. U. S. CHOICE EVERGOOD BRAND Steaks Ib. 73c; Roasf Ib. 49c; Stew Ib. U. S. CHOICE EVERGOOD BRAND Siesks Ib. 69c; Roast Ib. 39c; Tenders COUNTRY SAUSAGE.. lb.59c GLASS CHEESE each19c PORK BRAINS . . . Ib. 39c SAUSAGE «•£*««/<! tb. HAMBURGER . . . Ib. 29c BEEF LIVER .... lb.39c BACON, Krey's Sliced, Ib. 85c LARD, Pure . . . 4lbs.1.55 COFFEE Combination KITCHEN STEP-STOOL 23 y 2 " high $2.18 Strong, steel construction. with rubber \ covered steps. jj Enameled in red and white. BENCH OR UPRIGHT BATH HAMPER 5.49 CLOSE OUT: SILVER MOON, 150 BLEND; MONARCH. Pound, in Glass ib. 32e Beautiful Pearlwict Kamperg with snag-Free, smoolh mtorior. Bench hamper 12 X 20 x 20 Vi" wilh sturdy cover can be used as seal in bath or bedroom. Up- rignt 10 x 19 x 27". VJfhite. Also trip and totcX i L o a g o . Com- PLAPS New ciamp da- sign. Ho drilling. Joiv el ad {lap for coar. Sot Pork & Beans DEL HAVEN NO. 2 CAN 15c Cream Style No. 2 can JACK SPRAT CORN ST. FRANCIS SPINACH SNG SHEEN CAKE FLOUR MOTHER'S HKST FLOUR YACHT CLUB 6REEN BEANS FULLO-JUICE ORANGES RED DELICIOUS IPPI tt •"••**«§ POUND * TEXAS— 64 SIZE—SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 2 FOR K Ad! FRESH COCOANUTS JACK SI'H-\T GRAPEFRUIT JUICE HK1NZ PICKLES Sr C1 V 21 u; o/. SYRUP VITA VISTA BLACK EYE PEAS 26 "> ("omul Can T«) No. 2 Can Zl DIE CAST PADLOCK Ofio piece con- slniction. Finest pin Uimblcr. Size w. GARAGE PADLOCK Wilh disc lum- blors. Allach- ang chain nine CHAIN , GUARD * dwfn »mard fit* 3.49 '°n s . 39c MKE KKKSTAHD Fit* any bike. T«m psrvd '^ «t«.l, rust 39c IZ*" 39c WHITE SIDEWALL DISCS Add Smart Styling! 4.79 TViei« sSowy. inowy waUe dltci add Io car appearance . , . make I ires appear larger, wheetc smaller. Engineered for perfect • lit—inlra-rad ray treatod to re- «ist diacoloratloa. All Toys In Stock Greatly Reduced BROILMASTER It Bruils It Bulls It Koust.s It Fries Value RADIOLA 2 WAVE BAND TABLE MODEL 37.55 Plug il in and enjoy those t-.ard \o gel shorl wave, iorei'^ stations , , . Wafnut finisheu cabinet . . . built-in aerial wilh ad- lional anlenna lor short-v/av». S lubes and rectifier tubs. ALL METAL FOLDING INDOOR CLOTHES DRYER 2.95 Opens and folds as easily 03 an umbrella—when not in use, il takes less spare than a broom. All metal construclion. 4 foot high with 34^1. ol clolhes- line. TaJies laundry up io 2B" •wide. < BEAUTIFUL ** MJIEltlCAN • FLAG 98c Large 3x5 foot rtnff lias sewed, bleached \vhitc stripes, G foot blue lacquered, jointed pole. "THREE-IN-ONE" COMBINATION SOU ARE 98c A combinaUon square, level, and scribcr all in one tool — handy ior measuring squaring boards and lumber . . . proving 45* and 90' onglos, cheeking levels and scribing. P1CM!C AND BASKET 89c Easy to carry and U holds a 1 o ! . Made oi closely woven ash, splines . . , maple iinish. METAL and Plastic Case Flashlights SHOCK.PROOf FLASHLIGHT PIA5JIC REO OlfM LIEHT 2 CEU CW.OME 3 CELl CHHQKE fLASHLiGHI K e e p one handy in your car . . , your home for emergencies. CARLTON AMBER LENS FOG LIGHTS S..49 Relleva driving slrain, add Io your motoring safely with Ihes* •cientifically designed light 9. Sealed b«am type wilh 4'/2" amber lens, universal mounting; bracket, chrom* plated, wiring included. BUY WISELY 66 FARTHER, SAFER ON GOODYEARS 16.10 Choose your new Ures for extra mileage, safely and service—and you'll choos» Goodyear DeLuie. Sizes are limited in these most- wanted tires, but we may have yours. If not we'll ieep you going safely wilh Goodyear Extra - Mileage Recapping or repairs. GOOD/YEAR ^- TIRES -^ GOOD/VEAR 410 W. Main Blythcville, Ark. Phone 2992

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