The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 13, 1940 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 13, 1940
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WEDNKSDAY, MAKCU 13,; >JO' Government Carries Oul Assembly's Mandate to Be Ready ISTANBUL (UP)—Turkey k lak- ins every precaution to meet whatever menace the spring may bvius against Its national Integrllj. Ministerial experts are drafting laws to mobilize snrt oblnln the greatest results from all national effort In the event Turkey feels its future Interests are at stake. The mandate to draw up such measures recently was granted by Hie Wallonnl Assembly when It accorded the government, plenary powers to preserve national economy and reinforce the national defense under certain specified, Athlete's Foot Sufferers Now got prompt, effective relief from tbe Itching, burning dlscora- fort.'i of athlete's foot with famous Black and Whito Ointment, tha pooling, soothing parnsltlcidal dressing that Is flntlseptle and kilts those.fungi which it contacls. llse with Black and White Skin Soap. BLYTHEVILLB- (AKK.)- COOMBS' NEWS- extraordinary circumstances. They 1. Pirtlil or general mobilization,',. • 2. Declaration of war. if. Wai- between foreign stales which vitally concerns Turkish interests. • K*ady to Meci Crisis The measures to be applied in those circumstances arc betns drawn up and the proper luslrn> tlons outlined (or tliclr application when the time comes. As one well Informed Turkish source said: '"Until now Turkey lias remained out of the war, But coming events rton't depend entirely on us. No one can foresee whiil taiijijnt the European crisis may take, 8p we are obliged lo be ready for nil eventualities." In (lie broadest sense, tlic measures being drafted will provide lot tho necessities Imposed on Ihc national defense ' to combat tl\c methods of modern warfare to the smallest detail. In other words, the fov'crnment will be given all of Ihc means possible to carry out Its task stlcce.wfiilly. Kconomlp Control Provided More .specifically, (lie now laws will contain dispositions lo control and direct Imports and exports and obtain the maximum of production from Industry for the multiple needs of the national defense. Moreover, steps will be taken to prevent speculation us well as to organize and accelerate (lie economic activities of the country. At the time, well informed iiolitical circles here slnin, especial attention U being given to the measures to make sure tlml none of the powers to be grunted to the government nro not constitutional. Also, It Is stated the rights of private Interests are to be fully safeguarded so they may be better employed to aid the country in case of national need. Tlie granting of (lie plenary powers to eovcnmiPd was the first slgnlficnnl legislative step (nkou here since the outbreak of the \vnr lo indicate thiit Turkey fcek it may become actively Involved. Sleclc-Cooter Society—Personal Just Received a Carload of FLOHENCE OIL RANGES For more econonicial choking we urge von to Irv FLORENCE OIL-BURNING RANGES this .year. The Florence fnlly-insnlalptl arid finger-lip oven control, oven hcal-sprcatlcr, focufeiid heal, rust-rcSisting, Icak- jirorif fuel tank, and other exclusive Florence features offer you the outstanding oil range value of Ihe year. See out- complete showing now! Florence Table Top Oil Range One Rinnl aiitl two sfanilard wick- lets .burners. One standard burner at cncli end of conkins lop, the c.vlra-jioiverfiil gin^l liurner lic- Jirnlh the OVQII. Fully Inrulaleil oven. rcrchlairtErf oven linings. A beautiful, low-cosl imij. Tins iKuulsonic white i>orrc- lafii nmclrl has ml. clirom- ii'ni-frimHKfl liniullu. Tlu-cn surface burners, two oven burners. Us e.vlra fiig ovch provides spare !o c n o k a whole • meal al OUR iilnf. -Smooth iiantlcil front,'fold- rack lop covrr. l.arge itcn- Five standard wicldcss ktro- MHC burners, f.argc. and roomy even, fully insulated, accurate oven - Ihermomcier, Hulshed In sfioifj- white and black pdrccJaiiicd enamel. j.arge, _ roomy cooking surface with three large, open casl-iroii .grates. Rigid end ;:hclf provides cxlra space. 95 itncc This Fall. Small Carrying Charge. FORNITURE COMPANY Miss Glad.vs W Vie&s Dr. Paul lh-lloff In a beautiful candlelight ceremony which was performed Vrlday i evening at C o'clock at the home (of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jess Weingtield of ' near Cooler, their daughter. Miss Gladys Wclngficld of Cooler and iCarutliersvllle became the bride of 'Dr. Paul DeJIoff of Csrutliersville nnd Indianapolis, Intl., In n single ring ceremony which was performed by the Rev. T. C. Tharp. pastor ol Ihc Cooler Baptist church in the presence of a large gathering of friends ard relatives from Cooler and Indianapolis. Maid of honor was Miss Uowcna Campbell of Cooler, a student of State Teachers college of Capo Olrardeaii and best man was (lie bridegroom's brother, Bob Delloll. of Indianapolis. The bride wore n light blue dress and 1ml and her accessories were In i:avy blue. Immedlalcly after the ceremony a reception was given by the bride's parents. A large three tiercel \\cil ding cake and fruit punch was served to the guests after which the younj couple left on a honeymoon, They will return to Caruth- crsvllle where thny will make llielr home. The biide Is well known here, having lived near Cooler all of her life. She graduated with honors from Cooler high .school in 10;)8 and later graduated from a business college in Memphis, far the past year she has been employed Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly If you suffer from rheumatic, arthritis or neuritis pain, try this simple inexpensive home recipe thai thousands are using. Get « package 01 Jin-Ex Compound today. Mix it with a quart of water, add the juice of 4 lemons. It's easy. No trouble nt all and pleasant. You need only 2 tablespoonsful two limes a day. Often within 48 hours — sometimes overnight — splcnilid results are obtained. If the pains, do not quickly leave and If you do not feel better, Ru-Ex will cost in Mr. Ambtirger's office nt Ca- riithersvllle. The Broom hiul lived In Indianapolis all of his life until two years ago when he came lo Oarullit'rs- vlllc where he Is an eye specialist. * * # Colorful St, Patrick Patty at Stecle Mrs. T. A. Haggard i»nd Mrs. J. H. Workman were hostesses to six tables of brlrtjo guests at a si. PRlrlck party at the home of Mrs. Wort mini Friday night whim colorful de.-ohitlons, scuro pails, tallies ami place curds brought out 'the holiday scheme. High score prl?.? went to Mrs. A. W. Jordan who was presonm « beautiful luncheon set; second high prize wenl to Mis. Dcwurl Smith, a bou lion dish, nnd bvlJsc;i award, a smoking slaurt, went lo Mrs. Ralph Rushing. Hcfuvihmciits of chicken snliul on lettuce, pickles, olives, crackers, moulded shamrock cuke nnd coffee were served. Out 01 (own guests were Mrs. K. W. McCnnn. Mrs. Jerry Holly, Mrs x Jack Rushing, Mrs. Marcus Llmliaugh, Mrs. Ralph Rustling and Mrs. Alum G. Copcland of CootcV, * * • Theater I'arly Honois Guests • Mlw lieva McCain) was hostess to n theater party which wns held nt the Ulicrly Tliealer In Cariilli- crsvllle Friday n| B hl In honor 01 her house eue.sls. Misses Cleo Stroiul nnd Rcbrccn Shanks, ut Matthews, Mo., who were here'lor thf weekend. Oilier (jiicsls af (lu> party were Misw.s Peggie Cooper, Oernldlnc Davis. June Orcen, June Uiwn nnd UmeH Jortliin. Mrs. [i, 51. l.juvson underwent a major opcrntlon at the Wnlls llos- pltnl over (lie weekend and is rest- Ing as well as can be expected. Mrs. Hugh West of Memphis eimie Friday for her mother, Mrs. Albert Vaughn nnd took her to the Mom- phis liaplisl hospital where fihc was given :i lo::silcclo:ny over Hie weekend. Mrs. Vaughn will rei'iiil" In Memphis with her dniigliler until she recovers. Chester desiring of Memphis spent last, weekend here with his wife and they were Sunday dhuici guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jl. t,. (icslrint;. Mrs. Lewis Lester and Miss Mar- gnrel McCliiro were iti Curutlicrs- ville Saturday nlglil for the basketball game. Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Rushing and daughter, Jerry, spent Sunday near Ihiyli with Mrs. uushlng's mother, Mrs. Sallle Harris and family. They were accompanied honm by Miss Rachcll Ulvlncy \yftb had spent Ihc past two weeks with her father near llnyti. Mr. nntl Mrs. Jnck New and clill T drcn of MnUheus sjient Sunday here with Mr. nnd Mrs. L. 'A. McCann. .: Mrs. W. M. Spencer of Savanuiih, Tenn., has come lo live with her son, L. C. Spencer, and family/. ; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Henderson and daughters of Hoyll were six o'clock dinner guests'of Mr. and return, him lo his homo in Ilio Crockett community nfler several iin-Ks troatniL'iit then). Mr, nnd Mrs. L. W. Xnhncr ru- lurjicil liwne frlttay nficr s|wmllug the winter In n. Myers, Fin. Mrs. w. N, Holly nnd dnughlcrs, Mrs. U'wls U'stcr nnd Mrs. Unyes bmllh spent anhirdjy In Mi'mpnis. IXiiiRlas and John lilddltk of Wnnioll spent Sunday here \\lth iil.itives. Italph Foster of Moullcollo, lown, iirrli-ed last night to attend Ihc Iimera) at his father, Kilts Foster, winch Is being held loduy nl Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Tom U'lvis vlsiled Mrs. n, it, Uiwson ut I)i4 Wnlls Hospital In Ulythevillc Sunday night. Velmer Campbell, a ray Hopper «»<! Jack Crawford were In Moiu- liiils Sunday In vlsll tho Inllcr's fnthcr, Andrew Crawford, who Is wrlinisly ill nt Iho Melhndtsl hos- liltnl. ia. Uliison of Luray, 'I'cmi.. Is visiting her' sister In luw, Mrs. J"-m Riuuicll nnd oilier relatives is week. Miss Rowena Campbell of stale Teachers College In Capo Olrardeau spcm last weekend here wllh her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Campbell. rd. At The Hospitals WMIs Hnsjillnl Jim Hull. Holland, admitted. James Wright. Manila, illsmlss- Ulythevillc Hospital Mrs. Norvclln Howcll, Slccle, ad- you nothing to try as it Is sold by Mrs. Robert Hushing Sunday cvcn- your druggist under nn absolute tog. money-back guarantee. nil - Ex Compound Is for sale and recommended by Kirby Bros. Drug Co. Mr. nnd Mrs. James U Casskly spent last weekend in Van Buren, Mo., where they went lo ?et ih" and good drug stores everywheic. I latler's fnthcr, Mr. Johnson, anrl , Frank Orgol, Cnriitliersvllle, ml- iiiltlcd. David Orgel, Cniutlieiivlllo, ail- "htled. Mrs. Ruby Webster, city, admitted. Mcni|iltls Mclhoillst Iloipltul Henry Prlntup, Wilson, ndmltted. T. M, Buchanan. Carutliersvllle, inlmlttt'd. Mrs. o. Howton, Lii.vorit, nd- mltlcd. Mrs. Everett Reeves, Ciirnlhoi-s- ville, admille'cl. .Memphis lla|illsl Huspllal J. K. Boll, llnytt, ndmltted. Dcinonslralion Club News Notes To ll.-ve All Day nii-cllni; The Dogwood Homo Demonstration club will iiicol ill, On; clubhouse for an nil (|ny session, March 13. Miss Cora Lee Colcmnii, county linme dcmonHtrallon iigenl, will Hive a demonstration In dress making, and Miss Ada Boyd, of thu county Iicnllh unit, will be with the group In the .nftciuoou. Cluthlng chnlrmcn from till Iho clubs In tho couuly nro invited to, BUeiid Ilio meeting to sce ; Ml«, Coleman's demonstration. Miss Boyil will give typhoid, diphtheria and small pox inoculations lo nny one wishing to take advantage of the opportunity, It was announced. Read Courier News \\mit WHY SHI FT GEARS? (Conliwiccl from 1'agc I) sldoroblo dlwiiwlon for Ilio jMsl twq nioiiilM, The iieiv truck -.111 •opiate one nbout i!0 yours old, Tlio mayor sati| liu hoped llml the city would bo nblo to reduce flro Inswmico vnL's If tins truck was obtained nnd nskoil aid nt'ilic Chamber of comme'r<:» In obtaining such n reduction. A resolution for n \VPA project /or ilmit wlrion|ii;> nnd (mivpllnu s iiiissed without, dlsseiitinn vote, it was explained Hint several cliwrlies nnd some Individuals wished to pay for tho cost cl' materials In widening streets. IJ w- compllslied this would holi> relievo linfflo congestion In the cluircli nrens durlne Sunday services It wns explained, Clcmc B, Hrinlley, local attorney, [old Die council that lie represented prlvnio Inlvreslii 'which wore desirous of Inking over Ilio nm- nlclpnl airport, wlilch he said hnil been a black cat for the city In Ilio past, nnd operate II. Ho salil hb Bronp preferred to rtnnl directly with the owner of tlio airport tnict, tlic Blylhovlllo Improvement, rom- pnny, find woiffd relieve (ho dly of nny further llnblllly on Its airport louse, However lie siild (lint the city would Imvo to pay Ilio Jloo vomnlnliiB duo on TO nlrporl rent, Council members suld tlipy would bn glad lo be relieved of Ilio airport lease, long a vexing problem, If proper assurances would ho Blvcn Hint It would bo operated us mi airport by Our (jroii|> di'slrlny •Jl niiil if peiinlssloij of llin Dud Cason Americiin Legion pail nml the 1 Cluimbor o[ Commerco lo Die iiBC was obtained, The lallcr iuihiUloiis undertook to sponsor Ihc nlrporl with (ho city n year ago. Frank c, DOUGHS, local attorney, led n .wilt's of protests against pnrkliig of oiil-or-tflWM enra, re,- porluilly In H re.itrlcle<l MHO In front of Ilio poslolllcc )>ulldliiK. llo said llmt hotel porters dt'llbcrnti'ly dhecled motorists Into Ihc re- strlclcd '/.Olio for parking, lln tlf- clarcd that local motorlsU xlioiiiil be given consideration mul lhat parking space should lie provided ill the postoillco for them, Mr. Douglas, n former miiyor. sin;(;cst- ..'(I Dint the owner of Iho hotel across liroadwny from (he postor- llce olilaln a pnrklng lot for lls patrons. A chorus of similar protests followed Mr. Douglas' remarks. r.' PAGE Fm» • COURTS Alfred Recce waived:-preliminary hearing on ft charge o( burglary In Municipal Court, today a'pd WHB held Iq Circuit Court, He Is accused ot breaking the window of the Marvin Hoblitton tjlnuoi' Store Sunday plghl to obtain some wltie oil 'display Ilicre. Divorce stilts died recently In chancery court Inclmlo: Elln Johti- eon vs. Osr'nr'Johnson! N?!!l n«x!, Ottorncy; Ala Fmzler ,vs, Orpycr Frazlcr, Frank Jones vs. Eltaibo'lh Jones, K. B. Alcxandor, attorney; J, li. Broki vs. A. Brooks, o, F. Cooper, attorney, Vacation decrees gr<ml(d: acial- (lyno pavls frotn Carl Uavls, Raid and fCvrard, atlprncj'iii Mabel Chrlstliio IJodgo froin Henry Ifodac, niid Hraci(py, attorneys. "Solo" (o I/fee, Ills Name , Mass, (UP) — Wnltcr Delcnr, a flying liiBtructor, was nicknamed "Solo" liccatisa ho liked ,o Jly alone, b»l lhat will hnvo lo 10 chnngcd soon, llo nh'd one of ils pupils, Joan Kennedy, tire engaged nnd plan n "(lying lioi\ey- uooli" coon. Rich Mtllow Fragrant Kentucky Straight Bourbon fNITKB UQI/OK, «'hol<!wl«r« IilKlo Kock. Fort Sitillh fieiul Gcvivlor News \\nni rwia OVER///OTHER TRUCKS • THE TKUCK Or VALUE. 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