The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1947 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 21, 1947
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JANUARY 21, 1947 To Investigate 18c Dress Sale Given To Victory Clothing Drive It Shows Up In Sale Ily ANN' HK.'KS (United I'ress Stuff Cm respondent) ', WASHINGTON, Jnn. 21.--N.-.<u,in v I Porinoy, Chicago mail order jniig- | imte, roiitul himself the target of a ! eoiiijressional invest ixation today ISP of a dress ho sold for 1R BLYT'HEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER-NPAVS Pepper Discovers Senators Can Be Lead to a Speech — But HY I-'IIKIWII'.CK 0. OT1IMAN | down comfortably. Orator 1'epl'e.r .. . , . i was beginning to look Imntti'V, hlm- I'nited I'ri'ss Staff Correspondent se | f " WASHINGTON, Jan. 21 _ You ' Why ,,„,„., ,, fe ,, skcd S(m w . iynr wasn't Ilio pi ice that :,l:irled the ruckus. The r ( u<>.s(i<m WIIK: How did Portnoy i;.-t the dress that Mrs. l.nrs Midjaas of Full-dale, N. D., donated to Clip vic:orv clothini; drive for xonu 1 frm'openn woman? Instead of landing in RIU'JJJC, ii;e (sown turned up gunoiu; sonic dr>'3s- that Mrs. Elizabeth OhlhuuNvr t.f '•nil leiul a HPiiiUor to a sprreh. 'but von c-nn't make him listen to it. Not ulifn he's hungry, you can't. So: At 12 o'clock noon Sen. Claude I'eppej- of rl"- spread upon Ills drsk a pile of books, document:;, atid comOTSsional records, with ]>i:ik place marks on every one. Me put (he overlloM- on the desk to his right. He slipped on his Ijlaek-rimmed cyoijhissc's and In courtly fashion lie bejjan n K]ierj!i upon ail imjim-t- iinl matter: The Heoi'ijaiii/.ation of I he Senate. At one p.m. his complexion was crimson; lie was rcil- fai'Pil Pepper. Going .strung. Jusl Kettini; a j'0"<l start. Here and there senators bewail ti> stand up. take quick looks around Morse, of Oregon, jnit his suiws- lion about lunch hours lor .senators in the form of a inolion? su Hie senators could vole on it? An excellent idea, Run. i'cpprr .said. He jusi hadn't thought of it. himself. Yes. agreed Sen. Morn 1 , and nl>y not make It a joint motion? The [' Food-!-'or - Hun;ry Senators resolution? .Sen. Pepper said lie would be honored by eompany so dlstlnt;- . . . Ua/t-Hon, N. D.. bought from I'oit- and disappear ntiielly ouUihe buck noy's Chicago cider emp-irmr.i. door. Al t:'JO p'm. Sen. Pepper had an audience consisting of It rust her it: cents. Tilt: . t if.-ji:(te Committee on KX;TU- tive Expenditures promised to look into UK; mailer bnl Porlnov was slumped as to what lie i-onH KM the senators. "I'd Kive myself $r>0 lo liiul nil where that dress came from, told newsmen in Chicago. "Fiiu'ir.. out how 1 i-ot it would tic like li-.intinf: for a needle in a haystat-'t." Sen. Milton YOIIIIB, R.. N. D.. who represents both Mrs. Midjaas and Miss Ohlhouser in the Senate, ."aid he wanted all the facts, includ-ii;.; whether any other donated di-isst? were sold by mail to American •'•"men on this side of the Atlantic. audience consisting of .seven Demoenus, nine Republicans, three l>:i;:e boys, one stenographer, and Uo reporters in Hie press unllery playing liek-taek-tue. "Mr. president." cried Ren. c.'irl .u, A. Hutch of N. M.. "I suBtresl the he absence of a quorum." ' Sen. pepper surveyed tlie rows of red leather seals and agreed that he didn't have much of a house, lie said he presumed the absent ones were downstairs iit'luncli! "So I iliank the gentleman." lie sold, bowing ( 0 Sen. liatcli. "but if we were to have a <(uorum call now, the Bontlemcn would be forced to leave their lunches. They Young i;ave this account of Mrs.] would rush to the floor wave or Midjaas; dress: signal to n clerk (hat they were I he victory clothing drive was on. I present ond then they would uo and Mrs. Midjnas was glad ID ion- • - - • *> tribute. She took her dress to the Kev. O. J. Bilstad n[ Fail-dale, whose wife was local chairman of the drive. Before she handed il over, Mrs. , Midjaas pinned a liltlc note in thi sleeve, up near the shoulder, wl.ih- Mt"l! "lots of luck" to the next wear- i£\ overseas. ; Next tiling Mis. Midjaa:; knew •. she received an answer lo her nrjle —from Miss Olilhouser. praclic ilJy a next-door neighbor. Miss Ohlhousi'r explained r,hc liad : nnswi-rcd an advertisement. . ! n ili» Farmers Union Herald. l.Mi!i-cl>v picking up mo dresses .-.I the iumj, ' price o! $18—or IB cents eaeji. j Young did not. look kindly on tii- '. version <./. dresse.s Donated for rcikl. "11 this is true, it is fraud .nid corruption of the worst kind," lie • said. ; Portnoy said he bought dresses : from junk dealers, institution:! run; ; other sources throughout the co'in- 1 try and could n<jt trace the origin ; of nny of them. back to the dining room. "f am sure in addition that nothing I can say now is so important lo them as their food." Sen. Hatch withdrew his suggestion. Ren. Pepper said this was one of the troubles with being a senator. NO lunch hour. Rush into the chamber at 12 and start, feeling hungry about Die lime you ought to be interested in law-making. There ought to be a la.v providing setiaiors with lunch - hour.s. Maybe, su^ges'ccl Sen. Owen Brewster o! Maine, the Senate. should work at night. After dinner-, (hat is. Now it was 1:45 p.m. and a few Inquiry. Board To Hear Sadler, White Tonight i.rrn.E ROCK, Ark.. Jan. in. UU'i -Invi'sllualion t.t ilu> Stale Hospital for Nervous Disease enioi's the testimonial stinte tonight '.vluxi Hie Hist two of several wilni'Si-.'s have lieen asked to appear before the Joint House-Senate investi'ial- iuu I'onuuittee for (juestlonln^. The two are the Key. liaro',1 Sadler of llison LIIK) L. li. \V'nti' Hellion, members of the bouil .. control mound whom discussion lias ray.ed fur several weeks. They .ue the two nii-mlKTs wlio were th. 1 ob- jecl of seathiny denunciation by th': I'ulaski County Grand Jury end PAGE FIVE Hotel Fires Gel Attention Of Legislators LITTL].; liOCI (UP)—The first legislation prompted by recent disn»lrous hotel fires hit the door of the House ol Representatives yesterday. The measure was dt.siyned to force Hit inslallalion or fire escapes and other .safety devices, and was introduced by Rep. Claude c»f- fel'. of Centon County. 11 would make hotels' responsible for properly or lives lost by fire. Under the measure, hotels could escape responsibility by .setllnf; up adequate e.sciine devices and lurn- isliina niyhtwalchmen in buildings taller than six .stories. Tlie bill was referred to Section A of the Judiciary Committee. The house approved a resolution directing an investigation into the possibility of moving 000 elderly persons now at the Stale Hospital for Nervous Diseases Injo the practically - empty Confederate Home near Little Ktick. The concurrent resolution directed the joint House and Senate Hospital investigating Committee to look into the possible ti-.insfer. It wa s drawn by Rep. Bob Ililey the wards mul buildings at the Lil- lle Rock unit of the institull'i:i Tlie wruup heard Dr. N. T. HolUs, IK linn sMp:-i intendent. dcscrM):? a tour point program whieli the iu- | .'itiiutinn hopes to put into eli'eii. 1 if the Cieneral Assembly approves a reiiue.'.ti'd budtset o( stl.iKIU.Udli an- niuilly. The precession lludgct O.nn- mitU'i' ret (Hiuneiuled an appripi'ia- liou nf $'j.itm.ouo. Tlie |)r«K''nni would dmible Hie Ark., jnn. 21. —- i f ou d allotment lo patients: piovidf "•='"""" -•"•»»'- eiuht.bmir shifts for aliendaiuii; iv- pnir and expand tlie plant; n:ul raise the wage scale of stair members. The new li-fiO. an adaptation of the 11-yy. is bcultf desifcued for service anywhere on the I'Jobe ~- I'Kiin enuator to poles. senators were slrollinu back to ' of 1'ubski"county Rep Hal" Moodv hen- tl e.sks. iookl,, s well-satisfied, of Lawrence Cmml a d ep J A The special lunch consisted of liv- ( -- ' ' Kf and onions, coffee, pie. hot corn bread and butler. 05 cents. The special lunch deltixe was roast :-quab, candied sweet potatoes, and diet's salad. SI.10. The \vcli-fed senators settled Oipson of Benton county. Read Courier News Want Ads. Mcadowlarks are more closely related to starlings than lo larks. NOTICE Notice is hereby given thai Jack Ozment, 124 Dougan has made ai>- plicalkm to operate a tar lor hire i the City of lilythevllie. Any and all protests should be In wilt inn and filed within ten tlnys in llic office of the City Clerk. Frank Wlnhvorth City Cleik. ounr.ii In the. Cham-try Court, t'lilrkasuw- lia District, jMinslssilipi ('(unity, A i ka nsas. Meal Siiivc-i's I'lnlntlff, vs. Nn. DU41 Etta .Shivers nefendant. Tlie delcndiint Kttu Hliivers is hereby warned lo appear within thirty clays in the court named in the caption hereof and answer Uie complaint, of the phiintilf Neal -Shivers. Dated this 13th day of Jan., 1017. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. Virgil Green. Atly for plf. P. C. D:un;lilan. Ally, ad Lib. I 14-21-2S-2I4 Italian Premier Visits in U. S. Thompson Takes Oath in Georgia Pi-eniicr Alciclr. cle Gaspcri. Ir-ft. nccoinpanieil liy his daiielur.. Moriii, arrived at the National Airport in Washington on Jan. S. in ; finest of Aniericnn financial and economic; assistance for his country. Greeting Cn<.-|>iu-i and his d.-iiiKhtci i;: Italian Ambassador to Hie 1). s. AllH-ilo Tarciiiont. CNEA 'leleiiliotc.i Just Like Old Times An unidentified reporter stopped M. K. I'hnmpsnn on the .stC]K or tlu- Elate Capitol building in Atlanta, Oeoryin, shortly after Thompson had been sworn in as U. Governor of Georgia." (NEA Tclepliolo.; Cowboy Greenberg Seems like the old days as passenger liners again arrive in New York crammed to the sunn Is with pretly foreign females and colorful male visitors. These three, and many others, were, on the SS. America when she docked the other day. Beryl Davis is an English radio singer. Prof. Ivan Mestrovic, top right, a Yugoslav iculptor, will leach at Syracuse University. Bishop Theophilc Joncsco of tlie 'Romanian Orthodox faith will serve churches oJ that following in the U. S. and Canada. Decked out in accepted diule rantliii Grccnbere rubs noses with hj s, D< (roil slugger Hank t, V', Nov. HOUSEHOLD 1 : OOD CHOPPER 3.89 G<itids meat vegetables, elc, Ruil-reihliny cot) Iron frani»< ("oaisc ntcttiuni oucl flu* yrfrid. Beautiful Nylon Hose $1.35 Very nice ([uallly, seamless hosiery, 30 Denier, 40(1 needle, lovely shades. II^.IO'v. CANNON TURKISH TOWELS «<k 77c Cun^on — a name IndEcolivu of excelWMervke. Abiaibcnl whilt Itiry wllli co(oi«d border). PRINTED OILCLOTH AT WARDS NOW ^ 44c Covei your kitchen iable ,.. line your cupboards! Yoy wipe II cleun with u damp cloth! 46'lncM All Wool Blankets Reduced It's Wards for Rayon Undies 59c Ui'cuuse they fit so w.'ll, because they wear so well. In knit niyoii thai needs no iron- Boys' Knit Shirts for School, Play 98c Loiif; sleeves, .sturdy :in<l easy to wnsii. .Siivc dress -mills! Small, nicdiiiin. large. Ajicirt.- ctl r,tri]ic's. l()0' ; new wool lilnnkclK rwliicod I'or L'lciirunuo. f* Kull sw, in pink Jtiul blue with 1'lornl doHign. Q > !{<>(!LICUI! Ivotii I'l.Dfi in Print Rayon Crepes for Women I'n.stul prints 1 lil(ioui in Llio Spring.. Hiilton iVont, ' shiilwitiHt di'oss Hlylu. In a full iiKKortincnl ol /\ QQ si/.o.s. _*r.yo Warm Flannel Gowns for Winter Your iiiKiinincu njfiiiiiKl cold winlur nijrhlri! Of i fine cotton I'limnd, I'till cut for comfort. ;12-<I2. •• Boys All Wool Sweaters Reduced A nice iiHHortmonl ol' nil wool swoalcrs in gray, « ntiti-oon and nlut>. l''ull nin of MI/I-H. RcdiiciM 2 from 2.f)r! to Mens Regular $5.98 Pajamas Reduced Look lit Hi is NH villas! \V ( »l| inilui'cd pu.himns. + (inc. (jintlity cambnd col.lon. I'opnlur Initton jni'kol .style. Six.cs coinplulu. Uodnccd lo only ' " Men's Sanforized Sport Shirts Men, lliuy'i'p liuiiflsonic — comforljililo — c-tir't shrink over one per cent. l''nl| cut, loni^ slwvc A • Q O .style-.- t+ OV Reg. 17.95 Leather Jackets Reduced Oul.sliMHlinir value for man. Smooth ciipcKhin jiickal.s, with xijipcr front, ;idjiislnhla sides 1^- 1 f\ rj"7 duccd to | \J. J / FINE PEBBLE DOT PRISCILIA5 ^3.98 Tiny, fiufly dols-on high cou|\t... coltoii marquhelte, lavishly ruf- Hed. Eotli lido, 41" x ?6", HARD-TO-GET CURTAIN MATERIALS! 49c Shop early! Fine [juatily mole- fial! like liicie sell quickly .when priced Iliis lowl Some 41 * v/ic'e' FINECORDUROYFOR FINE SIACKS. 10-16 4.79 Sturdy, and handicme in a good woiil.pleated slack! Jtnl y/Sol lie needi for ichoo! and play. Men's Work Suits Reduced A fine <|ii;dity combed cotton Gal>iirdme. A sui-yieablc, color-fjist work .suit in blue mul tan. Shi'inkaKu than I pop cent. Reduced from 7.2;i to » Color - Fast Draperies on Sale A fine quality drapery in colorful printed material. Will help brighten any room. Reduced Table Lamps Reduced Kor efficient litflit. IliiiHt.snmely sl.ytcd bnsc. Nice I'or loitnjfc. Ucdttccd from 1fi.05 to Roller Skates for the Kids A nice ([tinlity stool sk:ito. Hall bonritif; cons'.i-iic- tion — well m;idn for roiiRli use 5.00 9.97 HEAVY OVAL BRAIDED COTTON RUGS 3.25 Oulilonding valucl Yarns braided over heavy core for exlra niTnneif, fonger wear! 2'x4', HANDSOME KITCHEN FIXTURE 2.67 Simple, pleasing design. V/hilr: Minincled |»rcelatn Inide.-; white Rlns.s slinde. willi ribbed top. You - Sew - It - Yourself Dress kits ;il a real buy. Color-fast prints. All complete with huttoiis and (rim. Ready lo sow. Reduced from J.I!) lo ' Boys 100 per cent Wool Sport Coats A few sixes left. Hoys sporty plaids. A veal value. Reduced from 12.95 to Hot Patch Tube Repair Kit One of our fastest selling items. Complete with patches and holder. Priced at only 7.88 KEM-TONE BRIGHTENS YOUR WALISI ». 1.17 One coal covers moit interior surfaceit Roll or. brush It on. Dri-'-s in 1 hour. Gallon 3.43,

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