The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 8, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 8, 1949
Page 5
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TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1049 |igh Court Rules Civil Service Ilittle Rock Police [And Fire Chiefs' [Promotions Upheld J.riTLE ROOK, March 8. <ff] — le Arkansas supreme Court yca- Irtay upheld appointment of the f-'fs of the Little Rock Police and le Departments. In affirming ft Pu)a.«ki Chancery |irt decision, the high court held timing servicemen were not litk'd to obtain promotions made Itlie departments while they were llowever, the supreme court sa:d |tt the ex-G.1.5 are entitled to re- their position.? on eligibility Is maintained by Die Little Rock 1 il Service Commission. 15 ex-servicemen headed by I .lie Rock Police Patrolman Eu- Jie G. Smith and R. E. Gla.wcocX |pealed to Pulaski Chancery Court appointments of Fire duel linn Nalley and Police Chiel Mar- Potts, ll'he ex-servicemen said the pro• tuons of Nalley and Potts were lide while they \vere in service Id were not available to take the • >motiou examinations: |ln discus-sing Smith's claim that, would have been promoted had I remained out of service, the court |cd that although he ranked first the roster for promotion from Itroiman to detective sergeant, h" l.d not been promoted to an ex- Jing vacancy and "had not dem- l-strated right to such a proiuo- L' wliile on the list. School Elccliuu Invaliitatcil lAisocialed Justice George Rost; liith wlio wrote the oiiitiion £.'«<> le suit is "'binding only on others lio are similarly situated." aocling: I 'If other employes of the city can low that by r&storation to the ligibilit.y list they \votild liave relived promotions \vJiiclj were ac- lally withheld, then the incum- |in.s must give way .so the city ay keep faith with iLs citizens who •itered ihe ai'rncti jorces." Trhe court mvalidaled a special l.'ction held in DeWiit Special I'iiool DLstrict No. 1 of Arkansas lid Jefferson counties last Novem- I'r. ai whicii a three-mill tax was l>ted to retire $50,OCO in construc- |>u bonds • But the opinion, written by Chief listice Griffin Smith, left the way |)en for inclusion of the amount the budget to be prepared by the Ihool district and voted on at an Ijnunl electiuri under terms of liiendment 40, adopted at the genial election last November. |The effect of the ruling was that ; amendment supercedes Act 26 1933, and does not permit a Recia) election or a continuing tax Ivy for building purposes. BLTTHEVTLLB URIC.)- COT7RWR Russians to Give |500 Millions to iubsidize Births MOSCOW. March 8. l/Ti — The jvcrnniBiH newspaper Izve.stia an- ounccd lortay the Russian republic one pistts io beslow more than 000,000,000 rubles thi-s year in ranis and allowances to the moth- ol big families. That is nearly S500.000.000 and resumably the toial for the whole oviet Ur.ion will be nearly twice iat mucii. The Russian Tiepiiblic. j i which Moscow is. located, the in the union. The newspaper said 28.500 women i the Soviet. Union have won the tie "Mother Heroine," an honor ^-served for mothers of 10 or more abies . More than 2.500.000 have arned the titles o( "Glorious Motli- hrHKl" and "Medal of Mother- ood" by giving birth to live or tore children, the paper added. The announcement came on In- rnational Woman's Day. when luxsian. men present flowers and fts to wives, mothers and swecl- s. Special planes brought in stocks of cut flowers and nndy for the shops. There are two living species of '•alms, one found in the Attantic, he other In the Pacific. PAINTING BODY 0*4 f ENDER WORK Wl HAVl NfW FINDERS AND RADIATOR CHILLIS. SEAT COV. fR$_AND EVERYTHING FOR MAKING YOUR CAR LOOK N€W AND SNAPPY. NOW.' . ON AUTO REPAIRS. fact CSTIMATCS Phone 578 Sullivan-Nelson CHEVROLET CO. .101 West Walnut Only 39 More Days Til nr for a successful spring wardrobe—this Klingritc Junior with its versatile boxy jacket and pencil slim skirt of 100% virgin wool gabardine. The button trim 'a t thrill. I n Middy, Gray, or Kelly. Sizes 9 (o 15. $69.95 And now is the perfect tlm« to shop leisurely at Whitsill's for youi- lovelies! spring outfit «ver. li» tonfldcnl (his Easier of ch<K>siti K the finest because we offer you an extraordinarily complete selection of gracefully styled coats and suits, figure- flattering dresses, gay actensot-ies ... all in the n<ost desired colors. Every garment h» S (he Whilsitl jf lmri ,nt«e of qunlity in style and workmanship. So here we present just five suit and coat models in order to suggest (o you (he « X clusiv« beauty that is yours when you shop here. JOIN THE EASTER PARADE AND SHOP AT WHITSITT'S All wool jrabardln* eap«l«t coat fitted with an g button front. Designed by YoiHhcraft, this youthful Htyle is made complete with a smartly flared skirt ami !>etei- I> an collar. All tin wanted colors. $55 $ New Low Prices* Afi Wool Gabordin* Suits & Coats 49 95 $ 55 These beautifully sl.vled RarmenU not only are available in many wonderful colors, hut their extra- durable linings promise you Ion* w«ar. Other Gabardines 00 $5995 Of lovely all-wool worsted men'i wear fabric, this 3-piece suit is designed to be a very wearable sport- fype suit. Styled by Yotitbcraft, this model is tailored to perfection, and proudly displays smart detail work on the pockets. All sizes and • colors. Coat $55 Suit $55 The Proper Accessories For Your Easter Outfit • HOSE by I-arkwood, Vanity Fair, Van Kaalfe, and Kentucky Derby. • GLOVES by Hanscn and Van Raalfe. • JJLOUSES by Joan Kennlcy. All of these rtcli s htfu: touch,, to jour Eajter oatllt »« hfrc at popular rrlc« » nrt | n (he par ,lci,l,r colo,» and styles thai yon must h»T», JUIT It's a deliberate plot by Nardis of Dallas to make you look SUITably slim and trim. Fine Botany 100% wool sharkskin weave with dark-toned gabardine bands and adroitly placed buttons. Straightaway skirt with kickplcal in back. Size* 10 to 20. Some like it hoi, some like It cold. Here's ;i llircu-piecc solution to every temperature caprice of spring. The full IciiKtb cunt and jacket are twin styled—down to the flanged pockets nnd button trim. You'll sec the Kling- rite triple-treat here only, in handsome Gray or Tim all-wool tweed. Si/.es 10 to 18. $55 Miss Whitsitt's Shop "See What's New at Whitsitt's" The Loveliest Suits and Coats are here at Whitsitt's Famous names in coats and suits are yours at Whitsitl's. We mention Strook, Youth- craft, Klingrite, Mangon*. Klnmoore, Lo Balbo, Nardis, ,Mil-Jay, and Eisenberg. But whatever price range your own suit or et»t is In, remember that we include identical, expert alteration work at no extra charge.

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