The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 16, 1946
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TUKSDAY, Arm;, 1C, 101f> Franco Regime Tries Appeasal Nazi Firms In Spain Placed Under Strict Financial Controls «MTHKV1U,K (AUK.) COURIKIl NKWS LONDON, April 16. I UP) — The Franco regime Monday announced strict financial controls on German firms operating on Spanish soil, apparently to appease United Nations criticism, as London communists claimed tlrat German atomic scientists are working in village five miles from Bilbao. The Spanish move came JusL before the Un Security counci was to hear Polish charges that Spain is sheltering German scientists working on new instruments of war. General Francisco Franco's For eign office ordered a halt in tlic transfer of negotiations of an stocks, bonds or other assets ant obligations pertaining lo n report cd 330 firms whose capital belong all or In part to Germany or Axi sattcllites. Dispatches said that the trans fcr of these tirms or any chang in their management [mist hav the permission of the Spanisl Foreign Office. The Dolly Worker, llrilish com munist newspaper, supported th Polish charces todav with a dis patch asserting that German sclen lists are working in an atomic re search section in the village c Portucalcte, five miles south i Bilbao. The dispatch, bv the Worker Paris correspondent, said the sta- lion is situated "on a rock nnd almost, inaccessible hill 1'ist oulsidc Ihe village and is guarded dav and | ^,j niaht bv special secmitv jyilicv." I w( ". The cotTCSpendcnt said he obtained his information from Spanish resistance sources. According to the dispatch, villages reported thnl the majority of ynards spoke onlv German. "No one. I understand, is allowed anywhere near the plant, and I ho workers sleep and lake thcr meals within the factory ground," thr Worker correspondent wrole. T ncriep (raiv'l Lo and from Ihis .'•rcrft, hideout ovni-y dfv vith heavili- rirrned iruards h'nvofing h* 1 - ••<rir. !hp drivers." tin- Worker said. '"The" never stop in tho village :"irT it hfK be^n imuossible to i-s- tr'biish detailed information of their Miss Molly Watson Wed To Clyde Lamar Whistle Miss Molly Wntson, duuBliter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wntson, be- iiinc the bride April 7 o( Clyde I.n- nar Whistle of Roseland, in a ccrc- nony at the home of the bride's >:i rents. The Rev. W. V. Wornack, pastor f the first Methodist Church, per- "ormcd the ceremony before an im- novised altar of Moor baskets of vlillc gladioli iinrt narcissi. iKinked with greenery nnd lighted by tall apers in arched candelabra, en- .wined with spirea. Kaly and Ibby Wntson. sisters of lie bride, lighted the candles. Mrs. yenrs service with the rank sergeant, having served E. S. Driver, uiiuilst, and Miss Ditsy Siliinan of I.usora, vocalist, rendered n program of nuptial music, years service w The brkte was Bivcn in marriage staff sergeant, by her father. a medic with She wore a wedding dress of white Seventh Army, chiffon with a veil of illusion full- ing from a tiara of orange blossoms, and carried an old-fashioned bouquet of white gladioli centered with purple-throated orchid. The maid of honor. Miss Ann Dillahunty of Memphis, wore a formal dress of while marquisette will a lace dutch cap and carried :n arm Ixmqnet of pink carnations. Garrarr; Caudill of Hlytheville served Mr. Whistle as best man. Following thc ceremony a reception was given by the bride's par- etu.s in the dining room. The table, draped with a lace cloth, was decorated with white carnations and white candles in crystal holders. A three-tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom, centered the table. Mrs. Roland Grovcr of Little Hock. Mrs. Glenn Saxlon of Kenncll. Mo., and Mrs. Ltitkin Key of Luxora, presided at thc bride's table. The young couple left immediately fallowing; the reception for 9ettie Scott Engaged To St. Louis Resident The engagement of Mrs. iK-ttle Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. liulter, of Joiner, to Leonard Carsin of St. Ijouls, is announced. I'he wedding will take place In June at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Grady in St. Ixniis, Mrs. Harold Hour^oois, sister of tlie bride, will be the only attendant, and Dr. Lamar Oclis of Alton, 111., will serve as best man. Mrs. Scott is a graduate of Osre- ola HtKh School, class of 1941. Mr. Curson was graduated from Lebanon High school. Lebanon. 111. and attended McKcndoe College of that city, lie wns discharged from the Army after live Jap Officers Are Sentenced For Executions of General Hodges' Tlic couple will live in St. Lonls. Mr. Carson is now cmnloyed city salesman for Williams Warner Pharmacal Company. A. PAGE FIVE., ike their home at Roseland •re Mr. Whistle is engaged in farming with his father. Out-of-town guests for the wedding" were the bridegroom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Whistle of Roseland. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Whistle and family of Whistlcville. Mrs. Sa>:ton of Kennett, and Botto of Memphis. O. WSCS Has Session The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Church met Thursday at the clnirch for a regular business session. The licv. Day McU'Slfr led in prayer and Mrs. I.pc Sllles Rave the scripture rending and devotional. Mrs. W. A. HoUlllRSWorUi gave H report of Uic WSCS Hireling held recently in Harrisburg. Ark. A citsh donation was sivcn for Miss Pearl McCain, missionary to China. Next WSCS merlins will be with Mrs. Fred Bean at No. 3, It was announced. Thicvi's Klilc Into Store N E W O 11 L E A N S (UI'l—The thieves who robbed one New Orleans grocery store were imp.itient cusses. They weren't willing to climb into a window or pick a loch. Instead, they rammed through the front door with an automobile, and then took what they wanted. On top of it all, the car was a stolen one. SMANCillAl. April Iti. (UI'l -Four Japanese Army officers convicted of executing three Uooltule raiders of Tokyo were let off Monday with prison terms of fivn to nine yciir.s. U. S. military cuimnls.slun ac- :nvU>d|(lii|> that they merely car ricd our orders from higher up. The commission which heard UN trial deliberated Ihe evidence two days, it decided that Japan's special punishment net aimed nl Al- 1 alrmcti comprised "unusually '•trong mitigating circumstances" In the case. l.t. Oen. .shiueru Snwada. former commanding general of the Japanese ISlh Kxpedillonary Army in , China, was sentenced to five years I at hard labor. Tlie siime sentence | IVCIH to H. Kyiihcl okada, a mem- ' ber of a Japanese court martial t board, and Capl. Tatsula Sotojiro, former commander of the Kluirg- wan Military prison and director of th c firing s(|imd in the execution. Cnpt. Yusel Wuko. a member of the court martial board who had had previous legal training, was sentenced lo nine years al hard labor. Thc executed airmen were IA. Dean Hallmark, Dallas. Tex.: U. William G. Farrow. Washington, t>- C., and Sel. HnroUl A. Simnlz, lebo. KHII. They were executed al Shanghai Oel, 15, 10-12. Col. Kdwln n. McHeynolds of Washington, n. c.. was president of tile tilnl commission. i|,, said the executions were carried out on orders from "high government ol- flcials of Japan." "The defendants acted largely in obedience to Ihe laws of their government and commands of their .superiors." he said. "They oscrclsed no Initinllvc t" any iniirkvil <lc»!rce. Tin' evidence shows lili;h government officials were responsible lor tin- 'enemy airman's act' and for .special orders for the mistreatment nnd execution of prisoners. These ure unusually strong mltlgiitlng circumstances." After t|i ( , verdict wns bunded down. Morltndn Kumashlro. civi- liiin member of the defense .setup, thanked the court for the "tan and .symnulhellc trial." The dispatch nlso said there was n Strom; nnssibilitv thnt Hie lltiln port of Sl^rio. about 20 miles from the villacc. was brin^ uscfl as n "supply port, for Hie Portu^alefn far-tory." It rljiimcd that the port va<; n secret German submarine bnse durinc the war. A Daily Express dispatch from j Madi'id said that Franco's move against tile German finn.s was taken in agreement with the Allied Control Commission. It .said the "IJlacklisted". firms include ttic Siemens and Bosch Electrical "instrument Makers and the DNB and Transoccan News Agencies. Germans tried to hid their in- duslriiil asyets in Spain when the war ended by transfcnint; thrni nominally to Spaniards, the dispatch said. Likes Solitude at 119 CONSHOHOCKEN. Pa. (UPl Just passed his 99th birthday, Abram I^ce, Ijelieved to l>c the only ex-slave in southwestern Pennsylvania, "lives alone and likes it." His victory garden this year will be as large as last year's, said Lee, who has outlived .six of his 13 chil- I dren. His oldest descendant is 80. Thc birthday cake at Lee's recent anniversary celebration was baked by hi.s son, the Rev, Marshall W. Lee, Baptist pastor. Head Courier News Want Ads. How Siiaggish Fdks Get Happy Relief Trnvii Gels First I'olice DUXBUE^Y, Mass. <UP>—For thc first time in history Duxbtiry has :i police force. The townspeople liavn voted in favor of force Lo consist of a chief nnd four patrolmen. They also agreed to appropriate $1,*00 for a police cruising car, i BABY CHICKS Finest quarily at n line of times. poultry The handiest place in town. "We Buy Poultry Chester Lewis Poultry -n.'i East Main S(. WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you f:el jiunk as thc dickens, brings on stomach upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take Dr. Caldwell's famous medicine to quickly pull the trigger on lazy ll iti- nflitls", and help you feel bright and chipper again. DR. CALDWEU/S is the wonderful sen- nil laxative contained in good old Syrup Pepsin to make it so easy to take. MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations in prescriptions to make the medicine more palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. INSIST ON DR. CALDWELL'S—the favorite of millions for 50 years, and feel thnt wholesome relinf from constipation. Even finicky children love it. CAUTION: Use only as directed. DR.CAIDMIS SENNA LAXATIVE CO*».N». H SYRUP PEPSIN Do You Feel NERVOUS AS A ' WITCH 7 On "CERTAIN DAYS" Of The Month? Touchy? On Edge? A'Bit Blue'? This Crcit Medicine Helps Build Up Resistance Against Soch Distress! Do female functional monthly disturbances make you feel so restless, nervous, tired, 'dragged out', perhaps a bit blue — at such times? Then try famous Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! Plnkham'.i Compound DOES MORE than relieve such monthly cramps, headache, backache. It also relieves accompanying weak, tired, nervous feelings — of such nature. It has a loothlng effect on one of woman'* most Important organs. Thousands Of Women Helped Taken tliruout the month— Pinkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such distress. It's also a great stomachic tonic. Thousands upon thousands of girls and women have reported remarkable benefits after taking ~ Plnkluim's. Compound. We urge that you. too, should give this great medicine a fair and honest triall VEGETABLE COMPOUND , We are Now Contracting for Delivered Price in Pods We P. O. Box 310 Blytheville, Arkansas d Also Buying Crowder and Purple Hull Pea Seed Landys' Beauty Shop 2001! \V. Slain St. Phone 3990 l.andy.s Rmvlelt Mississippi county. Ark.. Is HIP ii'lH-si coUoii-proiluctiij; county ii lu' world. Leachville Home Demonstration Members Meet • Th[« Leachville Home Dcmonstra- lon club mi'l for a luntucon mcH-l- "H nl the home of Mrs. T. A. Ki-mu'tt Thursday, with Mrs. Jim l.acey presiding. When (lie secretary called the roll tlio club members answered : with \vhut they considered a good definition of home. The Kennett home was very pretty, decorated with Irises, Ui- ll|xs. and splrca. Miss Cora Lee Cnlcimin. hiime demonstration ngonl, nave an Illustrated talk on gulden Insects unit their control. Mrs. Harry Cuunci! won llu> contest In iilcnlifytng the greatest number of Insects and wns given a packniic of rhewnig gum. TlH' i-.rnup discussed the Play Tournament and will have a play and skit. They will be hostess to >e council McetliiB for Hie April ncetliiK April 27. The Council will licet al the Leachvlllu Home D«- mnulvnlloii Club House for a pot, nek luncheon nnd then will go >u a Heltcr Homes Tour around Ihe clly. Encli member brought an attractively made apron wUI"!i wi inntle from cotton feed sacks, llicsc aprons were exchunMC,d and e.nch one Itiouglu lici'ii was Ihe prettiest. i Mrs. T. A. Kenneit wuis given honorable mention for ivcnilni; a lovely honsctlrcsi made from n beautiful print | M which she. had bouijlit poultry feed. Arkansas Is the largest teuxltc- productlng sUU in < the UnlMd States. ' Daily Scrviets Htld :. Religious .wrvlcw, to be held- dally In osceola this week, began JV-stcrdny, 12:l>0 o'clock, »t the Qem Theater. " To b e held each day »t " e Monday through Prlday, by"O»c*- ola ministers, services will be concluded at 12:55 o'clock. Tlie public Is Invited, It was announced. . . • Read Courier News Want Adj. Tri-Stote Aberdeen-Angus Sale AtShoyby County Penal Farm Wednesday, April 24 Itn.v (•. Johnson, Auclioiu'er 9 BULLS 50 FEMALES From the I.failing Herds of Ai'kunsii.s, Mississippi ;m<L Tennessee ROY W. TURNER, Sales Manager CoviUK!on, Tennessee BONDED AND INSURED 24-Hour TAXI SERVICE CALL 968 Rallro.d Hlrttt Bill Wunderlich - iu»r BUr« We have frrsh firnunc] meal and chicken chop., fine w COUM. May anil mixed uruuml feeds. Also custom (rinding-enuhlni. We lire now buying poultry. SON On Old Bertie Gin L*t LANGLEY & Scrond Keep Your Home Cool This Summer With A Hunter-Century ATTIC FAN Properly engineered and correctly installed by our engineers and mechanics. No obligation for an accurate survey, residence or commercial. Attic tan and the installation may bo financed on FHA. No down payment, 36 months to pay. This 24 inch blade Hunter-Century pedestal fan may more adequately fit your needs. High speed motor changes all thc air in thc house in a few minutes time. Useful in both residences and businesses. ZEPHAIR This dcltivf Oscillator is ideal for your hcdroom or kitchen. It (jt)ic(ly cools like an ocean breeze." A Hunlcr-Cenliiry !• every need. Hrinjf yi problems to us. for fan HY KXI'KHT MECHANICS For All Makes of Cars Our complete service includes . .. Motor Tune-Up, Motor OvL'i-liaiiliiij,', Mnike Adjustment nnd re-lining. Kli'ctrkal llepairinj,', Radiator KcpairH, and Oil Change. Don't Wail! Wo will nay you Lhe'.tou cash price for your ear. Drive in lodny. Get ihe cash. We Are Approved IJlytheville Dealers DESOTO — PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS nnd carry a complete stock of Genuine Chrysler and Packard Parts ' arc/ware • Electrical Supplies :!3 MAIN STREET Won. 2015 TLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS Seeds • Harness • Farm Supplies EAGLE STAMPS YOUR I I IB A S *V SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SEYMORE—Owner Cornor I-'riinklin & Walnut J'himc 88fi'or 3534 FOR SALE 2000 BUSHELS RALSOY SOY BEANS Planted from Slate Certified B«e4 50 Tons Alfalfa Hay D. & P. L. 14 Cotton Seed EARL MAGERS Dell, Arkansas P/ione 635 Radio Sales & Service Felix A. Carney 138 East Main Phone 3616 Sales - I'hlllipj Robinson Serrlcc - Felix CUM) JitfTAROUND "foe Get yourself ready for harvesting now. Don't wnit until it's time lo cut before onlcring parts you need for your binder or combine. Certain critical parts arc still hard to get. Waiting until thc last minute may result in your being held up at harvest time. Please «ivc us your list of parts soon and we'll have tlicm ready for you before culling starts. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE iti DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blytheville, Ark. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES, PARTS ftHD SERVICE Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances .sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. SHOP r'.TJD. fetTf e« We Dettrer Aujwhtr* Ph. <»1 Hrm. J. M. (Man) WkllfaUM, cwacr G! Approved Avery Sales and Service. Let us repair and service your Avery equipment. FOR SALE Funk's G Hybrid Seed Corn Cotton Hoes Cultivator Sweeps OWENS TRACTOR CO. A. C. OWENS, Owner & Mgr. 112 N. Franklin Phon. 3617

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