The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1946 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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TWELVE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS WKUN'KSIMY, DKCKMBKK 18, 1'MO East St. Louis Mayor Indicted Five Other Officials Face Charges After Gambling Investigation BELLEVILLE 111.. Dec. 18. (UP) —The mayor of East St. Louis and live other public officials were Indicted yesterday on charges of malfeasance in office us H result of a sweeping grand jury Inquiry into gambling in St. Clalr County The Grand Jury, which Included eight women, nmised the olficiolb .of permitting gamblers to operate 1 openly and unmolested in Illinois second largest population center Two operators of gambling hou- • ses wore charged \vith violating Illinois gambling code. They well Vincent Doyle, owner of the Ring side, said to be (he biggest did game in Southern Illinois, nnd Ro; Bowman, handbook operator. Officials indicted were: . Mayor John T. Connors, Polio Commissioner John T. English, Pi -nance Commissioner Joseph \V Ganschinietz, Fire Commissioner Al bcrt P. LaumaiY and Former Strce Commissioner Leo J. Doughterti all of East St. T-ouis, and Oeinit Sheriff George V. Gruencwakl, who served as St. Clair County sheriff until Dec. 2. Wilde Life In the West Indies American Flour Allocation Eases British Crisis I ONDON, IJte. 18. <Ul>)—Food 7aft Moody Concern To Handle Candy, Too Kxpanslon of the Tart Moody Ice Crr:ini Company iulo the candy business In Mississippi Comity was ''announced today by Hale Jackson ... , , ... , ,• .— i ul O.sceola, v.'lio recently bec'i-nc Mtn.su-r John h ruchey void Com- ; | (lbln bi,t«r lor products of this commons Tuesday that 30,000 tons of j imlly ,,, thls c | lstl ., ct . A retail candy store was ' Auu'ilcan Hour | available for purcl i lUiUiin, hi udditk'U [ al local Ion of l>8,00<) 'oeen ise by to \\ j tons Ore-it | »r> ml Hi.OCIO Uius of other .. Thi> United Stales iilso promised to t',ive railroad priority for Hie niovi'iiu-nt of :i<l(IJtioniiL (juaiUi'lt's «l Catiadliiu wheat, Strachey told Iho House. "It tlii'ro ;\rc HO (iii-thcr <Mny.i transport, these cinaiitlllr.s, ti. 1 - B<rlh«r with our existing supplies, should just sufllce to avert a veiy Kiuvit uincvBCuc-y \vhk-h we roi'«s:iv.' for the end of January," Struclwy sukl. Strachey had .scheduled a lli'jUt to W:ishi!i(;toi\ to seek HSI UiciMiisod allocation of wheat in an effort to nvoid a reductlo'n hi the British bread ration. lodny in Osccola witli Mrs. Halo. Ja< kson to be la charge and a store is planned for niytheville :it an eaily dale. ("resent location of tbc Osirr-oi store is In the; building occupied by tlio Tiift Moody Ice Cicnin Coin- pmiy there with :i perrnancni, io- fiilion expected to lie obtained Ir.t'.'r The ice cream firm Is located in !))(: .Sfarcy Meurs HuildhiB on Highway fil, north of the lien P. Diiliei building. In addition to the retail caiitij business, the Jncksons jilwii to handle (special orders of candy pack-1 aged gift containers. Read Courier News Want Ads, Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly 11 yon sufiiT from rlit-unia K'urltlj I'-'lti. try tJUi Blmjita I trl|»e U.:it ihuiJ*»(ulB are usE IKO of Itu-lvt (•»in]M>uiiij. a Jwla}'. Mix Lt wltJj a quart ti uice of -1 lemons. ll's uaay. ll an*] pIciiB.'hiJt. You IICI-L] <ju lula [w-.» tiuifH ii dny. Olirn — so NIC 1 1 tti [•« oviTiiiKl'I — fi[ili*! uhlaJdi.J, If lliu [uina ,lu ri tirnl It you .to nol (<•(•) W -jiiHX |i:irJc:iKf! and ftu-j:* v.11 nr 10 Iry :IK It la snl.l by yo FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVtfTf R£)ADS ' Is (or j,'U Fort Smit/i Stated to Get $7,760,000 Scowa// FT, .SMITH, Ark., Dec. 18. — (UP)—The $1,160,000 Fort Smith - sea- wall, involved In bitter debaln for the past three years, seemed . well on the way to becoming a reality today, nccording to sources here that Quoted u. S. Sen. J. W. : Pulbrlght yesterday. The senator, according to reliable sources, announced that John R. Stcclmnn, assistant to President Truman, had approved the seawall that would extend on the East bank of (he Arkansas Blver in Fort Smith for a distance of more than three miles. The project would thus offer adequate floor protection (o the lower reaches of the city, including major factory districts: Read Courier News Want Ads. Popular screen slur Cornel Wilde jnul his wife, I'Mricia Knight, dn their bit to add to the scenic attractions of Nassau, l-iuhtinuis Ishmds, where they are vacationing. Leachville News Miss Emma l.miisc Hall, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Henry Hull Jr. of Saulsbuvy, Term., i"«l Henry Korb lloyt of Leachvillc null Memphis, were married Saturday afternoon nt 3 o'clock nl Calvary Episcopal Church In Memphis. The wedding ceremony was olff- i ciated by Dr. Theodore N. Barth with only members of the Imme-l dialc families attending. The bride, cousin of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Evelyn Buckingham of Memphis, was graduated from Saiiis- bury HiBli School and Weslcyan Conservatory, Macon, Ga. Mr. Hoyt. son of Mr. and Mrs. John O. Jloyt of Memphis was graduated from Vandcrbllt Law School, Naslivlllc, where he was a member nf Sifc-nin Alpha Epsllon Pratcrnity. He served In the Navy for five years, four years overseas in the European, Mediterranean, Caribbean and Pacific theaters. Dis- charycd as a lieutenant commander. he has plantation Interests in tennine<i loaay, Flumes swept Iho ranch of Jiil! W:iimvrlsht. Northwest Arkansas broilL'r grower, Monday, consu:n- Jiii! 10,00!) buby ehlcKs and a 1- fooin bvccjtter >^ousc, AUIiQUBli los.sc.s in cf|uipment \veie also lipuvy, lire depjii'tments Iro"i PrairiB Grove initl PiO'ettcvllle prevented Hie bln'/.e from spreadinB to oilier brooder houses. \V;\mv,Tiv*,ht csUmi\ted that tho (Ininuce was covered only l>y 40 Following tile ceremoiiy, u reception was held at 4 o'clock at the Memphis country Club. The couple lelt for a wciUlinu trip to Niissan, nnd upon their return will make their home «t LcauhviHi'. 70,000 Baby Chicks Burn In Brooder House Fire VHAIUIE GROVE, Ark., Dec. 1H. (UP)—The oriBln o; a S15.QOO chicken farm lire here still was uiiclc- Furniture is the Ideal Gift! Floor Lamps — Table Lamps Innerspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co: 113 East Main Phone 2302 Our Employee* are War Vettma. When you gotta blow you GOTTA BLOW Pamper Your Winter Coat Yon pick out your winter coat carefully . . . make sure it stays in tUe sivinc good condition by letting us clean HI PHONE 3738 BOONE CLEANERS R. H. N. Highway Cl GOOSEY Across from Coin Place Your Orders NOW For Christmas Ducks, Geese TURKEYS ClllUSTMAK TRKES liiilsain IS'ottlle—Fital American Lndy Foods PICKARD'S Phono 2043 1044 Chiekasawba GIFT GOODS-TOYS We have ihe largest selection of gift goods and toys displayed. You will have to secvour display before you win realize just, how large our stock really is. We in- vile you to visit our store—new goods arriving daily, It will pay you to buy early. Budget sales can be had— Elan Heath Auto & Home Supply Phone 828 419 West Main St. LYNCH BLD6. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Salts — Service Wh«r« Your Flowers Are- — You Are! One call to us will arrange to have jroor remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. Mm. J. M. (MM) VtmuM. «n*r SHOP BH«. Chiropractic for Health Hours 9 to 12 and 2 ro 6 DR. TORSTEN LINDQUIST Newociilometcr Service Guard Bldg.,209V2\V. Main Phone 3170, Blytheville, Ark. \\w&*.\w&^^ BUY HIM A TIRE FOR XMAS i CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS Ur&X We ore Dealers tor We Buy «nd S«ll POOD USED CARS i We have just received a = rassc»Kcr Car Tires • 475-19 : 550-18 I 550-17 !: 550-16 < 600-16 f 650-16 j 700-15 large shipment of tires Truck Tires 600-16 700-15 750-16 650-20 700-20 700-20 750-20 900-20 6 ply 6 ply 8 ply 8 ply 8 ply 10 ply 10 ply 10 ply THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceolct Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. 11111 Railroad & Ash Sti. Phon« F a r m a 1 S Tractors Get Better Care at Your McCormick Deering Dealers. Bring it to — . i; «, » Delta Implements,- Inc. 312 So. 2nd St. PhoM 863 Wo suggest a Complete Brake Inspection —• RIGHT NOW! LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. IUTTNER MUD CHAINS REBUILT BATTERIES Your One Stop Station MARR'S AUTO SERVICE . Second and Ash Sts. >; »*- *!>'>"**xxxi*"*'r*"^^*"*" FELIX A. CARNEY City Raclio Repair WANTEI Used Cars end Trucks WE BUY— SELL— OR TRADE The Top Dollar Paid in C-A-S-H We NO DELAY — NO RED TAPE Now Have A Few Nice Ones For Sale or Trade BUB WILSON AUTO SALES Phone 2037 Cor. Franklin and Main St. No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Busineii and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Writ* FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY | ANDREW J- FLORIDA, Elcfr-Preaideni JPHONI llfl . Mississippi County Bank lulldini HHg ^ I - Osccola,. Arkansas HH Radios and Appfiancts 320 E. Main St. Phone 2407

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