The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 7, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 7, 1947
Page 10
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;\ PAGE TEN IfSVlLU-J (AUK.) COUU1KK N10VVS MONDAY, JANUAUY 7, 11)17 $100,000 Asked 6" In Auto Deaths , Pope County Lawsuits . Follow Accident in ; Which Two Were Killed • RUSSELLVILIE, Ark., Jan. 7. tUP)—Damage suits totaling nearly *100,000 were filed on behalf of Jive persons in Pope County Circuit Court today the outgrowth of an automobile accident last March 23 which took the lives of two persons. Bobbie Jean Ashmoie and (he Juv. Wiley G. Robinson were killed when & pickup truck and a passenger automobile figured in a collision on ice-glazed Highway M «ast of here. Others injured were Polly Carter, driver of the track, the Rev. Harvey Carl Martin, dri- tcr of the other car, and Roy Homer Bray of Dardanellc, a passenger with Martin and Robinson, ' Attorneys for Mrs. Mary Roliin- 6on, widow of one of the victims, askc<l $40,750 against Lonnie Car ter; an Atkins tf armor, and his daughter polly. •'Martin asked $20,000 against Carter and his daughter; Bray asked $10,000 against Carter nnd settled put'of court for $2.000; S. R. Ashmore, of Atkins asked $10,572 from Martin on behalf of his daughter's estate; and in a cross complaint, Carter and his daughter asked $18,000 from Martin. Cubans Senti Out SOS for Sugar Bags ; HAVANA 1 , Jan. 7. (UP)— Luis Mendoza, Cuban sugar trade authority, today demanded "quick action" to assure the island's mill owners sufficient bags to handle the sugar crop. ' '. Mendoza said sonic have not yet started sugar mills grinding because of the container siiortage. Rest for the Weary on Long Road Back This group of Slovak refugees, some of 200,000 rclurnlnu (o their homeland from Hungary, are glad to rest on a pile of hay while awaiting permission in Vienna to cross the border into Slovakia. Papers Issued For Eviction of Negro Churchman Eviction papers have been prepared iit jonesboro to have the household belongings of Hov. \v. H. Hall, former pa.slor of the Ne- j;r6 Methodist Church there, set out in the street it he further re- to vacate the parsonage as the latest development in a church quarrel. T«o lnjiml members. Roy Anthony and Mitchell Wolford, oj the Nepro church, sniii that the Kev. Hall recently hud been assigned to Mnriun as pastor of a church there. ' »'^ Rev. B. o. croft of Blythcvilli was assigned as pastor of church Jonesboro but can the not Newsmen Seek More Freedom In German Zones HUIU.IN, Jim. 7.—( than' !>0 American correspondents of the Heilin Pre:^> Association today ciibled Secretary or HUUo James P. Byrnes asking him to ap- penl to the Council of Fot'eh!!i Ministers for "free and unconivol- led movement" of Allied newsmen through all four occupation zones. ''Only by the fice and uncontrolled mo\'enient of i:oiTcs|>un- denls is it pnsMblc to report accurately conditions in Germany and to counter-attack the vicioin rumors and propaKantla which various German groups have repc:r.- edly set in motion for Iheir ov.-n purposes," said (he cable. H was slum-,] by Kendall Foss of the Now York 1'ost. chali'inan of the group. The Americans, liritish Hid French have an exchange ap.rec- ment ivhereby u i s possible Cor -jor- iesponclents on one nation to travel iji the other two zones upon obtaining orders. The Russians so far have allowed correspondents into heir zone only on conducted tours. Desha Motorist Held On Manslaughter Charge McGKHKlD. Ark., Jan. 7. lUPI — Delljert Creek, Ji-., of McCchec will be tried in Deslia C'uunly Cir- ciili Court Jan. 20 on a charge of mniisluuijIUer in connection with the deaths or two farm l>oys lust Nov. 23. Meanwhile lie Is free on bond. The two lail.y-Orbic Dean Tutk- cr, fl. and Herman Deri Tucker, 'I were killed when they were struck by a ear which police said was driven !>;• Crock. The accident ha|>- pciicd on Highway 4, three miles South of here. The car apparently went out of control, toft the hi|>h- wnv and struck the boys who were walking alongside Ihe road. A third youth escaped with a slight injury when he jmniH'd from tlie of the car. CALL" everything in "INSURANCE UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY O»«r Guard J.vvtlry Star* A. F, DIETRICH, Mgr. move into the personage- , and some mills may he forced said, until the former pastor moves to stop work unless steps are taken • to speed delivery of Jute bags from .India, The first cargo of bags from cargo India, because of scheduled stop-| overs at Trinidad and three ports] of the Dominican Republic, will hot arrive at the first Cuban un-| loading port until the middle of February, Mendoza warned. I Great Britain has not returned »' single used bag, the sugar trade leader declared, "nor has she sue- 1 ceeded in Betting India to fill our Quota in its entirety." j Cuban sugar producers, Mendoza' said, '.'should lay down the dilem-. ma, through the Commodity Credit Corporation, that if they want sugar from Cuba they will have to take in bulk, or else send the required bags. Since the CCC resells a portion of Cuban sugars to Europe, Mendoza said "They have the moral power to see to it that \ve obtain the necessary bags." out. The boiu'd membci'.s said that 3£ the iwsonitgc wns rent free to llu 1 pastor of Ihc church, they considered the for (Tier pastoi* as a "^qr,nl- tot 1 " on church properly sliiec iiu had refused to move. Folio \v i H g announcement uf change in pastors lit Jonesboro, thn churcli was padlocked by some oT the member^ but police removed flic piuilock. • Eighty-seven distinct native dialects have been recorded in the Philippines. Phone 2882 for a Taxi O. K. CAB Jack Mursli, Owner Let Us Help You— STOP .DRINKING There is no medical remedy ft.r ili'ink . . . but we can help you resist its Influence! No cost to you --only co-operntloii. JUST CONTACT Alcoholics Anonymous llux 873— Bl.vtlicvillr, Ark. i Everything You Need! • • i i \ When you're in doubt as lu wlicrc you should look for ' i something for the home or c;ir, try our well-slocked J i store . . . you'll find many things you want right ;it ' Jyour finger lips. Don't wasle time just "shopping" else-? • where! -~ 'y r t? w ^^. r* ' i ~ ' '•' *^" ! i • i j Blan Heath Auto & Home Supply ; 419 West Main St. • . CALL ON US- fox Txnck Service _ Truck service? take care of o down ey IktT* a big Block of Youbelwecan. ; Thai's Parts? International Parts we'll take caie of yo genuine Stop la and u.. / CALL ON DELIA 1 For Your International /c/ Truck Repairs! ! Delta Implements,- Inc. 112 So. 2nd St. Phont 863 WHY SUFFER From Cold Weather? When you c;ui simply call 537 iind have your groceries nnd mc;ils delivered free by our new fust SCOOTKIl DKMVERir. We guarantee you musl be satis- ictl with our scleclion. Fresh Drcsscit I'oullry daily . . . Meadowbruok Ulilk. ' 01 Highway North—Phone 501 CECIL LOWE Grocery & Moots Popper is scarce, bul salt is one of t'.ie most common mincilas in existence. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We T?uy and Soil GOOD USUD CARS Bill Chamblin — Lex Cliamblin Railroad & Ash Sts. Phone 2105 Be Sure! INSURE With Tho FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. BITTNER TODAY — Bring Us Your Poultry Hens — 25c Cocks .... ....... I8c Geese Ducks 24cLeghorn Hens At Our Residence, 1711 \\. Vine W. T. DAVIS No Waiting! Ho Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDREW J. FLOKIDA, Vicc-Presideut PHONE 210 f ^ Mississippi County Bank Building '••- " Osceola, Arkansas J. LOUIS CHERRY Representing New York Life Insurance Co. Blythevllle, Ark, Furniture is a Sound Investment in Comfort! Floor Lamps — Table Lamps Innerspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 113 East Main Phone 2302 All Oar Employee* «re War Veterans. Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us will arrange to hi'.vc your remembrances so nil, not just Ofice, hut jiipnlh after month. Ask about this plan SHOP I'.T.l). Service \Vc Deliver Anywhere 1'h. -I!) I Mrs. J. M. (»Iuc) Williams, owner Glcncoc Bids. CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola life & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. I'hone 2(511 TIRE HEADQUARTERS WHY WE CHOSE THE THREE BEST TIRES Dayton Thorobrcds are dated lii-es ntul guaranteed lor HI-c of tire itself. Goodyear—More people ride on Goodyear tiros and tubes than any other kind. Hood Tires are. good tires, ask us about the new Hood Custom-Built 400. We Mount FREE—Every Tire We Sell - Haltcric.s and Iluttery Service. * Washing :mtl lubricating:. s St;m<l;uci Ksso Gas and Oils. AUTO SERVICE Second ant! Ash Sfs. MARR'S Yes.. We Have New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! WILL TRADE FOR LATH MODKLS We li:ivc on ciLspliiv for innncdiatc drlivcry — Hr:iml New: 2 I*oiiti;K- StreJimlliuTs wild ;ilt Iriinininys. J Jtnick Super -1-door. 1 ^Mercury a-^asspiiifcr Coupe. 2 Chevrolet 'i-iloors.' Also several htlc model used c;us 1:11 tl Enn-Un. Come in or c:ill, we will try Lo Ir.ulc with you. mm SALES FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances i 320 E. Main St. Phone 2407 Phone 2037 Cor. Franklin and Main St. Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wm. R, Overton — county surveyor Scrying This Area 40 Years Phone Evenings — Boat House, Rig Lake or Write % Hox S<I, Koseland, Ark. WASH TUBES Yes, Where I s BY LESLIE TURNEJJ DR*W UP THE \ VOU SW YOU'VE \ TRANSFERRING 1 GIVE THE HOUSE SOCIETY? 1HA.T5 OVER.! HURRV. QUIBBLE. ..NOW T\\ FREETO sen. ma SOSSAWEK IERRJ^CF. PIACE to V^N SCHEKLES / VlrtERE\S MS.\ TKftT'5 00\>\ UEWASHtEe RED RYDER f -s Clean Hill BY FURD RARMAN ALLEY OOP Tli ere CM.CM! 1 THINK "\ VEi'C, AND KNOWING V/FTJC MOW TIT I i MIS; HAScrv.u RIVEK ONLY IjMJDITS I COUNTRY, I'D Sf LEFT! X Til 1 SHERIFF HAD -A, US ABOUT,CUT \ ^1 OFF. TOO. 1 -\ v BY V. T. HAMLIN am ^~f tf 1/M } THEN VJE BETTER MOVE WHILE VJH'VE GOT A CHANCt: TO RUM / OKAY. FOR IT! / POr? l.L'S T&r* ¥j" '•J ^/,. CS.-,

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