The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 17, 1946
Page 7
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rUESD'AY, DECKMBER 17, 19<iG BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN, PP Battle Rages >r House Posts Martin Squelches Talk of Compromise Over Key Position 'ASHiNcrroN, Dec. n. u)P>— ise Republican Leader Joseph \V. 'I'm, Jr., of Massacliuselis. lo stiuclchecl lalk of n compromise he GO!' House leadership battle Insisted thai voles must cte'.'Kle Children Guard Gates of Taiuen be the :ii;x'. new.smon t in, who will speaker, lold no intention of chairman of Hie liepubiicmi ei-ing Connnitiee, the OOP's, itegy-nuiking body in 'he Home t lind teen reported Ihcit woulil be willing to let ili» i-ins chairmanship so lo Hep. once J. Drown of Ohio it aid unit I lie leadership '.ace in •or of Rep. Charles A. HallcvK of liana. dunin also denied a report tiirit would move lo disband Hit Steei- -. Cummiurc durinii Hie coining siun In order lo freev.e Brown out liny top role in the party's •ssional councils. , •'• Wai Lin said there delinilely - .vou!d! .L a Steering Coniinillee in the nexl ! ^ ;skm nvul that he expected to fa- chairman. He noted that il was slomary whenever Republican-; re in control of the House lor e speaker lo hold tho steering airmanship. llallcck, according ?J manv rr- onsibh' Republicans, is v/ell cut front in the leadership rae? al I'une. Home of Brown's :\ml sceond world World Wiir 11 as c' <-n <>( the iiCGth witii rank of eoloiH wars, served In OimnandinB offl- Cciasi AnilU-ry, Traffic Toll | DurhlK '.lie first six mouths of . 1046 traffic accidents claimed 11"' I lives of 15750 and injured 540.000 others in the United Kluu-s. son Is hereby wnmed to '.ipunir \\MlhIn thlity tluy.s In the court named in tile capllun hereof .iiul i»>«\vrr I he iMiniiiuhil <>[ tin 1 |>!n'n- tllV Miitjlene Richardson, Omen this ::ih day 01 Dcci'tnlji-r, HMti. 1IAHV15Y MOIIRIS. Cllerk By Holly Smltli, I), f. 1'ercy Wrii;)u. Altv. lor I'ltf. Shansi Province, Chin.l, as hostilities ate renewed betv.'een aucl Communist forces in Ihe Hhansi Province. iN'KA T'.-Iophoto [lir'tliis." Bui Brown, who ru>s| Warren Ix'C, staff pholoBrnpher.) J-ve.r formally announced his can- •dacy for Ihe job. is still niak'n;; 1 determined fU;ht. His friends say would be willing to step out of |te contest if he coulti be inured the Sleeiiny Committee ''lunr- luvhip. Bui such a coinpr'.jtnise I (ml. WAIININC oum:j( j i the (Itancer.S' ('null. <'lltrk:l- j j s:ivlba Districl, Mlsslssljipl Ctiilll-! ly, Ai-ldinsiis. I lidilh Mae Cianison 1'lahitiit'. I vs. No. y^'Jl j James Kdward Ciarrlson, Defc>iul;in(, j The detmdiint Juuu's I-Mw-U'd, Cian-lson is hereby warned 'o ap- j IH-ar within thirty ilnys In I lie , coiul luinu'd in the c:i\>llon li-rc-of ! Mild answer Ihe complaint of tin 1 [>'.ainlirf Kditli Mae Ciurrlsnn. Uiili'il tills 25 duy u( Nov., Ull'i. HAHVKY MOKU1S. Cle:k. C.cnc E. Hrartley. Ally, for I'Hf. .VOTH'i: CM-' AI>.MIMSTKATIOV I.etlers Tostaiiieiilnrv tm 'In; cslale of Mi's. Dullic Sinlili. Oi- cease{l. were granted lo Ihe uiu'cr- siyned on the 'tulh ilay ol N'ovi la- i bi-r. 19-Sii, by tin- Probate Coin-; ol ' Mississippi County. Cllickasa'.vba Ulstrlcl. Arkansas. All persons haviiu: claims -ii;a'nsl said e.stale arc reijillred to e.\!ubit them, properly auilu'iilicati'd ii.r :il- :>wance. to the undi'rsi^nt-d as cx- culoi 1 of said estate, within six lonth.s niter tin' publication of Us ntillce. al his ollici- al 21. r > Wf.,l VullHlt Stvi'Cl. Ills'tlu-vilU 1 . Ark:?ills, and if not so presented such aim will be forever burred. Dated Ihis 'Jlh duy of l)ec:MiiS<ci-. D-l'G. FRANK C. DOUfil.AS, KxecMloi vit Ihe est-.Uc n! Mrs Oolllo Smtlh. deceased. [eteron Eager to Get ito New Home Sees It Go Up in Flam&s n. CUP)- Legislation For Veterans Brings Debate LITTLE HOCK. Ark.. Dec. 17.1 (UP)- Representatives-of Oov. Ben L-jm-y's veterans legislation com-, niiuee totlav were itttempting to iron out differences involving 3 8 Guard Units In Arkansas Recognized UTTLS nOC'K. Ark., Dec. 17 lUPi—Officially iecouni?.:d Arkar s National Guard \mils stootl '• tott;iy. \vilh nnnounccnienl b n \Vnr Dcpnrtjneiit yestcrilay Ilia INDUSTRIAL LIFE & HEALTH SINCI-: ism IHIiiTS \-'i-'\ IlllltlM 111 1I.IIINC. Illyflii'vlllr, Arkilllsils OJIIi'r I'liom- Mill Itrsidcm-r t'linm> MSI WAKNINii OitDKtt i tin; ('li:im-ri-j- Cnitrl. Chlt-li.i- i suwl);l IMstrlt-t, Mississippi t'mni- ty, Arkansas-. Mui;lciu> Kiftiiinlsiui IM.iinllir. vs. No. D'Jll Irniiim Ulcliiinlscin .... ni'fi'!«!«nl. Tht: dofnulunt Herman Kic'iiinl- the for J. D. FUTCH Inihistri:i1 plan fiituro liost completed home. !«' Foieisjn Wars nut today Kiiigluen lost every- ' "f '-he existing iisency and creation tiiug. The house burned down. ["' a State Department of Veterans - Affairs. Tex-avkvuv.v. ilc'.uUuiavLerji aiul Head- BOOKS Make. Practical Gittv! Trllliii; Tuiiuny Aboul Funinus Veojilc Atxjul I-'aniulis Inventors Abdul Mother Natures , CURIOUS CHlLDUViN About flui- Good Xei^libors About Days We Celebrate •ably Ixmnrf in cloth E DICTIONARIES ! Webster's -New Standard Sl.fjO " F ami W Standard Desk S'i.uO i Webster's Shorter School. . .SI.''-."> J Proposals approved i-initlcK included: ] . 11 Oiiarmucc fair elections and lion-1 „".,,„? [lest counts though legal and peace- 1 11 lul actions; establish courses "and Institutions if necessary" lo provide .tiajning in , dentistry,., veterinary, :nedicine and pharmacy for veterans: restrict first-year students in tax-supporled schools and colleges to Arkansas residents; provide matriculation fees, books, room iind, board in stale colleges for children | of men \vho died, in World Win- II. Still other programs would seek legislation to give war service cred-j il to municipal employes for pension pin-poses; seek legislation lo make the Arkansas State Employ- [ meut Service and Employment Se-1 J I ruritv Division separate units of- i Lhc State Department of Labor; I 1 ?.iul provide effective veterans' pre- i ters Battery. 445Ui Field Artilleiy. and Bultcrv "B". 4-tStli Gen. McAlesier also revealed thai K:s:aii C. Robertson of Marianna, urttive lu the National Guard since l!>?V-lvad' tjCeii 'retogrflze'd-'aVa'Brig- adier Genera! in ('he'rt-activaled Ar- ki'nsas National Ouar<l. Robertson, a veteran of the first Too Loto to C/osiify For Sale Fruii Cokes Water Sets Table Lamps Electric Irons Electric Toasters PLANTERS HARDWARE CO., Inc. 126 W. Main St. Phone 515 Welisler's New Handy Order from ... fir. .TR!-STATES SCHOOL SUPPLY fercnce in the State. Merit System I Council; and define as a miscle-] meanor unlawful wearing r.^ ciis- eirblems or insignia of veterans organizations. Itux 202 riioue 3753 lllvlhcville Injured in Plane Crash i PINE BLUFF. Ark.. Dec. 11. <UP) ! —Thomas S. Richardson. Pine DUiff l>usiness man, remained in a hospi- lul hem today. follo«iivi the crash of a cub plane which he was piloting yesterday. I The light craft struck a power | line as Kichardsrm attempted to land at Toney Field yesterday Urnocm. A passenger, J. R. Southcrlanci. es:aped with slight injmie.-. lifiiiul iK'\v California slyle home. 5 rooms wilh Imtli. K<|iiippecl wilh floor fuvn- ace and attic Can. Rcauli- ful hard wood floors. Lots of deep closets. Huilt for irood liviny, and ready lor owner to move in. See or tall i\Iiix I.oi;an, .Realtor, i.yuch IHd|£. t phone 211I1-1. 12-J7-ck-2-l >Vonterf to Ren* Husiness man wants nicely furnished room, private halh and private entrance. I'refer room in hoini; with elderly couple. 80-1. WINTHROP'S EXECUTIVE The sma neat Winthi among busy value of Sixes 6! Widths R, 1 ; Family Shoe Store SHOP EARLY, MAIL EARLY! —We feature — American Greeting Cards Orel (>veryon(> you kr.ow with colorful, rlicfr-briiiKiiic AmcriiTin Ci'Celiiijr ('arils: \Vi''rc ri'aily now wilh a super srloclion-- lor every luinii' on ymir list! Conu 1 in and make your selci'lion m>\v. Boxes, of assorted Cards 39c 59c 79c 97c "Qualify ot a Bargain Price" WOODS DRUG STORE 221 W. Main S(. Phone 507 .... WHERE YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT DOLLARS GO FURTHER! •RIOHT-HANbLtD t»5 STISL CUTLiHt 6 knives, Tories, tnblesp 00115 nnd teaspoons; I btilk-r knife and avifinr s)X)on . . . stainless steel, with colorful Cainlin handles; ri- listant to wuter. A fine fcifcl 95 PORTABLE ELECTRIC HEATER Use it nnywlxrc for fast, clean healing. Handy On-Off switch; slccl body wilh gray crinkle finish. Chromc-pluleiV reflecl»r. Safety grill prevents burns. TORCH LANTERN 2 39 A unique mnrine-styl? InnVern that adds lo Ihe decorative al • n,ospliere of your porch. Solid copper in mellow antique fitiiah. Clear Rloss ornamental shnde. GLASS ROASTE1T 2 89 Wnl'ch your roust browning t)irouv,h Kl:>'«l OtmrpiHcctl 1 yv. from ovcn-lient bre^alctite. Holds up lo 1 J' .j-lb. roost-Yibblcd libt- loin keeps roit:iler fiom slippini;. BIG APPLE COOKIE JAR Bip. rosy apple cooluc jnr, mntlc of pottery, with realistic green- leaf trim . . . for n incrry touch in kitchen, or brcnkfnst nook! Plc-n- Iv of cookie spnce; witlc neck. WO^lEN FIBER HAMPER Stunly loom-woven fiber ... self- venlilaled so clothes won't mildew. Washable white enamel fm- isli; black imitalion leather top, padded softly. A practical gift! . "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer' 32-Page Picture-Story Book ... Of k

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