The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 9, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 9, 1947
Page 2
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PAGE TWO 'Election Law Reforms loom . Loncy's Committee Has Bill Prepared . ¥ot 1947 Legislature . : UTTt.E ROCK, Ark,, Jan. p. — <UP)'-*-Al leiwt oiie legislative !>ro- prfs&l, c-ihboo'ylf.g thfee changes in Arkcnsns election laws, sermert certain today, to rind its way before the 1946'Eeiihrnl assembly which convenes Mdriday. j Gov. Ben fancy's clcclion law Committee came lip with Hie proposed ...nlrcniatlons i-tsJtcKlay, nml Oie'y;iiart- already been drafted Into a WH Ii) ihe offices of Attv. On Guy E. WilJJimis. ; The measure Is designed to ellni* inate . the block assessment and payuienl of (roll (axes ]n the state, *Ur! !t slso stliviilales that nil ballots be counted and delivered to U-,e resiKMre county central coni- fcilUee.s hv noon of ilie (lay following an election. ' Another bf«r change would be In the type of ballot. The new ballot would have a detachoblc stub instead of the duplicate form now Used. At cxulilnrd by election committee members, the voter's name would be on the stub, ns would be a number corresixmiling to a/numeral on (he original ballot. - in Hie event of an election contest, the courts would check tlic-.JJJub against tlie original, : Other approvals made by the li'ofrp- and relayed to Gov Lancy yesterday Included the repeal of Act 107 of 1945 which established separate federal primary elections In Arkansas; selling up an affirmative ballot for the state; a sealed ballot- box; am | a stipulation that Candidate.? not nominated in a primary election shall appear ns ^Independents" on the general tleclion ballot. ; Although the v commit tee aoprov- fd a. suggestion by Nnthau Schoea- •tM'Of Hot Spriii K (hat H voter be Mlcwed (o purchase B nd vote on a lx>M,Jax receipt during the same year,-another of the Hot Springs attorneys suggestions dealing with Pie Stole Board or Election commissioners vras turned down, fcchoenfeld proposed that the board ' Cpuft .to Delay (Diamond Mine Lawsuit Ruling | LITTLfe ROCK, Ark., Jan 9 (UW—Final disposition of the Dia- •»ond corporation of America .1 firm organized to develop Arkan- MIS ftibuious PiKe Comity diamond mines, will be postponed today until Keb. 17th at IcasV. The b'earliig'before PulnsktCliaii- ; cellor Prank Dodge entered its I roiirth day this afternoon imd was ( to b? adjourned later in Hie day. I Glenn L. Marl;n. uaititnore I boinier mr.nufucUnpr, is seeking 10 . have tlm corporation dissolved on the grounds thnt it was mismnn- uyed. He Rlsn is utirmpljiig to re- "»lii as i>i«t;:Ij ns possible, of S500,- 000 he allcgedlv Invested In Hie firm. Mirtin contends Hint Ray K. ] Biirk, executive vice-president and a nmjiirlly stockholder, successfully Mocked all efforts to restart mining operations. I Martin's onnlentirm tins been up- hr!d by the testimony of Allen H. I Williams of St. T^ouis, former jires- I Went ol the rirm. He testified that . Blick refused i o permit construo 1 turn of a procefslns; plant despite urging from Williams and Martin. O/'cs of Wounds WALNUT niDOE. Ark.. Jan !l iUP(—Funeral servlci-.s were plnn- iieti he-re today for 54-ycur-oId George n. Statler who ended his life yesterday with a blast from a 20-ig'Jiigc .shottiin. Coroner W 'C Bryan termed the deaLli suicide but. could Rive no motive !or SlatliT's action. Young Mother, Three Sons Die in Fire daughter, Eunice, and Wllllaav.Nui- Iry, 18, a nephew, escaped the Mar* that destroyed their home late Tuesday night. However, n le 41- year-old Howard ivas seriously burned and Is now hospitalized In lifssemlwr. iness meeting will be held nt 4:00 ana the Scoutmasters Ap]-,recla- lion Ilutuiuct nt G:30. Oovernor I.aney i, a s been a Scouter, v for a number of years. He served 'the Camtien District ns chairman, before he WHS electfd '' i UESSKMEH, Ala., Jan. a.— (UP) Governor to Address -Neighbor.* ana friends today pro- i Mariatino Scout Meet inn pared' (o conduct funeral services! , • 9 j for u 27-yeai--n!d mother and her ' tiovernor Ben Lahey v-ttl address I three sons w lvj uere foimil yesterday bullied to c'.-all, jn t .,,.|r tour-room !o;j efioiu home ;,. •,!• Isolated Ktvtlon near liore 'Ihe.' (lend were Mrs. Malcolm .;. I'iiulN C; "" ly J ' "ott'iu-il, 10. 1-"' iro\- y°^' fl|( 1. H. and Malcolm v.'liich is ninv nnmpo.sfd O f elected slate officers be rc- (iliced t<) only three mi'mb'crs to Classify For Sale Used Moore's Circulator coal . (ifa'-er anfl Siewart-War: "*;'' tefHgerator. Both in , excellent condition and ri K ht. I'lant.-rs l-O-t'k-12 For Rent McDc i-i Fl,, «| IO 0 , I ruck, .il. CnH ana.n ,y,l Ri :50 i Oolil<rr..j| s DIM rlfc»Hi, B on Clilckn. »«•'., j,,., rnU^ hilli,!, \|,,, <lr ,•„ il». p {" « ly Ut.b,r,o him will; o DOV/NVflAKE Dona' -good onti £ocd lor him I [oiy 10 Digctt Innt him oround oftd Id him !«c rht dOr.ul, --ode b r ii:. OOWNrFlAKE mo'chlnt PLAIN DON UTS Doien . SUGARED DON UTS Dozen 35 C GLAZED or FROSTED Doren Liberty Cash Grocery on/y Oflte a year HALF- PRICE SALE TUSSY Wind & Weather Lotion Use lliis silken lotion once nml you'll never be wiihcml il! Il solves so many beanly ncedi. Hc!p< prevent chapping, holj.j fr(t ( cci sensilivc skin, soothes complexion. ilryncss, soflcns and smooths skin from head \ n hods. Kven iloubUs r.S a nmte-uj) base. Gel yours lotlay vvliile this annual snlc U r.n! WOO DRUG STORE »1 W. Main St. no? ihe IHh niiiiiml meeting qf the Knsteir, Alkaiisas coinifril/ ,'ijb'y .Scouts of America, u w in | /e )| 0l( '| in Mnriininn, Jnn. 23rd. The amiuiil council meeting ^,|ll start til a.oo In the afternoon at ihe Community Center In Mariari- nn, with !jroii|) mettlng.s on viiri- u.s- Milijccfs in Scouting. The bus- Cotton Men Elect MEMPHIS, Tenn., Jan. 9. <UP;Muther T. Iilcli;irds has neon elected first vk'e president of the Memphis Ootloj) Exchange in a. cto.^e clctllon And will become president | or the cxoiians,. nexl year, It vi; j aiuio'.incecl today, ( j Thomas J. White, Sr., aiitomall- j _ cully bManip president :iri Pf s:eiv- ! Blythdyille Men Enlist ms one yc:u as exenillw »>• •• /vien enlist Idcnl. Family Pet is Hero After Routing Four from Burning House WILMINGTON, N . C., Jan. 3. <L Pi- Paul Schmidt has good reason to be uarllcularly fond of his I dog So do liu W |fo and their two j c-Mlklren, ijoi'ls, 16, and Fred, 14 ] ihe family was sleeping when | \ ] \ K ^°8 hegan to bark and howl, .m imntlc upioiir awakened the ^.thniidls, who round the Jiouse in llHine.s. The home and all their belongings burned, but the Sc>">Uclt.s— unrt the doij— escaped THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 104? men In the Field Artillery and an- Fort Sam Houston Texas for oro other In the -Anti-Aircraft Artillery , ceding, and assle uncn? was announced today by Staff i _________ Sorst. Don C. Seal, In charge o: ; Not Onlv One ,,f Kin.i ™ in. 1, enlisted for a three! year period in ihe Ami-Aircraft I Now Mony Weor p * i cr* <vi ta i>*n< rALjt I CC I rl Wifh More Comfort PASTEETH, a pleaso t alkaline (non-acldi powder, hola^ false leem more /irmly. To eat and talk in mure I "-'omfon, juit sprinkle a liitle ' rEET " °» - TO '"- l tn; ' te "- ). C;cl PASTEETH nt any drug Ktofe. The three men are en route io Enlistment of two Hlytheville With You.. WALDORF TOILET TISSUE - - - . - rolISc EAGLE BRAND SWEETENED MILK - - -.- 29c BEST GRADL; DEGERWINATED MtAL5te.35c;10lbs.65c;25lbs.1.2 t Pure Cane . . 5fbs.43c SAILOR MAN HOMINY - B. & M. No. 2 CAN BAKED BBNS • • each Woodbury, Pafmolive, Cashmere Bouducr TOILET SOAP, Reg. Size . . COUNTRY FRESH E rr'-f uuS --.,---- OMAR; CASH PRIZE IN EVERY SACK FLOUR. 25 Ibs. $1.90; 59 Ibs. $3, WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE.. Pt. 27c; Ql... 50c Mix io ge ,| is . r ,„„( ;]fe , "b'n"M !, " mi> - Sat '' SWe mo' balls. Holl i,i flour. Brown j,, I,,,, " . lie lozen 59c Van Will 13c 35c GREAT NORTHERN ij l*».r-iBV,,' . , ,•- „ FANCY BLUE ROSE RICE PURE BLACKBERRY or PINEAPPLE RASPBERRY or CHERRY . 25 Ibs. $3.89 10 Sbs. 55c 11b. jar 47c SILVER HAWK SALH0IS . . . No.ttallcan29c HART'S ROYAL ANNE CHERRIES, in heavy syrup. 21 can 49c WE HAVE JELLG and JELLO PUDDING IN STOCK! ROLL SCQTTIOWELS .... eachISc End Slices 'Cured Some tike 'cm tliotclulu.l.Oilsd - u«, t I,;,, •=m lugor.coouj-bu cvtrjbody hie, ; n ' holl And IhaT'i Ihe v,ay the DOWNYFlAKf ' mctftine moSe, IS, Ooouli-nghl In front ol you. Gl.ihd foe bicol.lail, lunth 6( oirwerl See Them Mode Fresh at Our Store Rib-Brisket Grade "A" STEW MEAT Lb.28c POTATOES, Red Triumph, 0. S. No. 2 LETTOCE, Crispy Iceberg Heads . . . CELERY, Crispy Jumbo Stalks . . R £ f^BfS &T"f f* I r i ADiSilES, Garden Fresh . . FLORIDA ORANGES, For Juice . . TOMATOES, Extra Fancy .... .arge Green Bunch . . Cress, Miistard . TURNIPS or RUTABAGAS . . . ... . . . |b.5c BEAHS, StringJess Valentine |b.19 c ORANGES ........ lOlb. mesh bag 39c APPLES, Winesap, Delicious, Roman Beauty . . lb.12c GRAPEFRUIT, Marsh Seedless . . lOlb. mesh bag 39c CABBAGE, Texas Green Heads |b.4k Ib. bag $1.89 . each 10r. . each 12c . bunch 5c . doz.ISc . pound 23c . . . 25c bunch 7k Grade "A PORK SAUSAGE . lb.45c Beef Roast, Grade A, !.35c HENS, FRYERS, PORK ROAST Home Dressed Shoulder Meaty Pound NECK BONES . . Ib. 15c PURE LARD Bulk Pound 28? CHEESE SPREAD is 230 FRESH OYSTERS' LIBERTY CASH GROCER

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