The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 10, 1948 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 10, 1948
Page 11
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WIWCMDAY, If ARCH 1C, 1941 BLTTHEVILLf (ARK.T COURIER OTCW1 Data on Air Aid [o China Sought GOP Senator* Want To Know Results of Planes Given Chinese *jr Jame« C. Austin |UnH#tf PreM Staff CorrestHtndt'nO WASHINGTON. Mar. 10 (l jp"_ Republican Senators .said yesterday Kiev Intend to find out K iia(, happened to the plan to provide china With a lighting force or American airplane*. They also want to know why Air *ttretary W. Stuart Symington U*« the State Department and Congress Jn/ormaiioH on the China aid program which (hoy believe is Jar from accurate, ono thing more the Republican senators want Is a clear statement ot what chh/ did get and whether the airplanes will It devrlopx tlial. n « of now. one in the government knows all the an.swcri Chairman' styls Bridges, R.. N ".. o( the Senate Appropriatloni Committee asserted that our promises to China have been broken //I/ I'm Not Hungry Grand Jury Action He/d Up Pending Investigation INDIANAPOLIS. March 18- (UP) —Grand Jury .notion tgalrat two confessed banrtlU «rre«t«rt In Ten- ne.vscB was delayed today pending further investigation. The nifii. John Ravrri of San Antonio, Trx., and William I* nlny. Nashville, Tenn,, wer« captured near Paris. Tenn.. last Ttiei- tt»y «nd admitted robbing the LVL nlBht club In IndlanapoHi. They »er» booked at Mirlou Cotmty, Indiana, last Prldny on armed robbery and kidnaping chars?", Connly police said Ihcy were Checking (lie possibility that Ilia two men were Involved In a stnil- l»r nlslil club holdup h» West n«den, 1ml., on Ja'i. it. Mrs. RUI He lierbes, 22-year-old Chicago housewife, confessed that "lor the first time in 14 days, I'm not hungry," as she toyed with the last nnd that his committee would try i bit - cs <* the W stM * dinner ahe liari ordered to break her fast, Angered to finrt.,oiit why. | |,y ih c high cost ot living, Mrs. Berbes began her "hunger strike" on February 12, eating only 5 slices of bread and drinking 3 glasses of milk each day or two weeks, she lost only six pounds. (NEA.Telephoto.) "We probably shall'insist that the major share of our aid to China he military supplies." Bridges said. "Economic,help will rto little good without necessary military backlog." • . . Symington has been urged by his advisers to back away from his previous statement that China had received 936 American planes for her fighting force. These officials place the figure at 633 hut sa v there « no assurance that even all these planes are itightwoithv. The United States promised China enough airplanes to equip rmd maintain «!-! Chinese air groups. That would require 1,071 planes. Two sources assert that of the planes provided so far. 158 won't fly. President' Truman and Dr. T. V. fiooiig, representing china, made the airplane deal verbally in 1945. Secretary of State George C Marshall cancelled it with an embargo Sr in August. 1940. This embargo lifted gradually and came off Aether last Dec. 16. But there Is no evidence that any more airplanes hive gone ko the Chinese since It was lifted. Two Forfeit Bonds Irs GUI and Elbcrt Lomar each forfeited bonds of J35.25 in Municipal Court this -morning when they failed to appear to answer charges of driving while under the influence Of liquor. • Southerners Form Council On Education Mar. 10.— >t iwar f Council Read Courier News Want Ad« Takes New Post The Slost Rev. Thomas A: Con' nolly, above, 49, auxiliary bishop of San Francisco, Calif., has hcen appointed by Pope Pius Xll to be Coadjutor Bishop with the right o{ succession to Bishop Garald Shaughnessy, S. M, of Seattle, Wash. TALLAHASSEE. Fla (UP)—The Regional Education \vas incorporated yesr) 1 day as a non-profit organization to survey higher education jn the South. The new corporation, with headquarters in Tallahassee, was chartered with 14 states governors ai meinbers. They Include Georgia, Florida, Maryland. Umislana, Alabama, Mississippi, West Virginia, Tennessee. Arkansas, North Carolina, South'Carolina, Texas, Oklahoma and Virginia. The governors will select two educators as additional members. . The corporation was organized at meeting of the governors' representatives ill Gainesville, Fla.', week, [o carry out the program of cooperative jointly-financed regional schools fostered by Southern governors and educators. . Th<; corporation charter slated that the organization's general purpose is to 'conduct a survey ot facilities (or education within the states named herein and to accept and disburse funds in the furtherance of its duties." Tt will-be limited t« expenditure of two-thirds of the $100,000 expenses ihe council expects to receive as a (tilt from a philanthropic foundation. Officers :of the corporation, who were electee! aV the executive cbim- at the* Gainesville meeling, are Florida OJov Millard caldwell. president; Clyde Erwin, North Carolina • state, education head, vice Officer Killed, Another Wounded by Suspect NEW YORK, Mar. 10. (UP)—One policeman was killed and another •vitlcally wounded yesterday by an unidentified gunman they were attempting to question. Other iwlice swarmed to the scene of the shooting and two suspects were arrested. Bolh were held I for possible identification by the wounded officer. Patrolman Julius Mfrcll. 26. the Bronx. wa s killed when he followed the gunman Into the basemen! of an uptown Mnniinttan business building about 4:30 a. m. newspaper featured a "Hall of Knme" edition In conerly'n honor. Conerly-so a story 6 ay» In the newspaper— wns nnmcd (he first member of tho 104T-« [full of Fiiinc— honor bestowed on any ole Miss student. Conerly Is a senior In the School o( Education. He enrolled in 1941, making the varsity team In 1«42. He saw service with the Marines in the Asiatic-Pacific area, Read Courier Newt Wajit Ada. Heartburn Wlirn « ir««M hio a i »rh »r Id CBIW** paJnfu I. t liyr «u. »our HOIILIIV h «.i*1 I if vttituii. docvw L^McrLlvfl Tho lMi**i-*fiiiL« •EU-AW ftr Add MfeMtiM 2* tee you* Slill & Young Motor Co. L/ncofn-Mtrcury Deafer Phone 347» Blytheville Ark. 112 W»!nut St Charles Conerly Gets New Honor at Ofe Miss UNIVERSITY. Miss., Mnr. 10 —, (UP)—Charles Conerly. of Clnrks- dftle. Miss, who sparked the University of Mississippi's football team to the Southeastern Conference title received yesterday. "The Mf5s!«ipp!an" new lalire] campus Quickly Befiem Distress of Sneejy.Sfuffy Head Colds A few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol in each- nostril work fast to tress, make breathing easier. And it used at first sniffle or sneeze, Va-tro-iiol - _ „,„ fcelps to pr*v*irt many cold* , s i_ ; developing! Try it. Follow ' directions Jn the package.' Doubtt-Dutj> No» Drops War* Tut! 4 secretary treasurer Read Courier Reva Want Ada FBUS WHO OFTEN SUFFER FROM RHEUMATIC PAIH MISERIES KO (o thn drug liters n* «non u th« pain starts and B«UR bottteiof f»mtm»C-2223. This is the Wt-known hom«*-h«lp in the Pcmih (or relief of rbcumntic pain whrn rJampneM aruf \m<\ weal her makn your muscles feel ,10 painful and sore nil over- One tcasjroonful of C-2223 in wMrr usually starts In bring grand comfort, and blessed relief from lhafc rlieumMic- pain "misery." Caution: UM only nn directed, Aak for a boltlo of C-2223, —SAVE YOUR TIRESZI > To get tha longest life from your tires, stop uneven wear by having them changed around. Ift Motor Snle« will do H In a Jiffy. No wsltinj. Lrt IM check aH ot your tire, at one* for Mfetyi sake. W« can nave your life M w« uvt your tlrw. WB HAVE ALL SIZES FIRESTONE TIRES IN STOCK. Best Truck Service Anywhere! LEE MOTOR SALES INC. CMC TRUCKS—OLDSMOBILE 307 East Main Sr. Ph on . J19 VICES V*YRO-|IOL INSTANT RADIO SERVICE ALL MAKES We Specialize 'In F-M Latest Models of New • Wesfinghouse • CrosJey BLYTHEVILLE SALES COMPANY E. Main Phone 3616 Local & Long Distance Hauling Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any Plate Buck Meharg 401 E. Main St. Phones: Day IG77 Night 29S6 So You're Ready For Spring Cleaning! THEN HERE'S SOMETHING YOU SHOULD KNOW — About Cleaning — Where to get it Done First National Insurance Agency FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION Phon« 2811 108 North 2nd St. BILL WILSON CHARLES B1TTNIB RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (All TrpH Cie«p« Canew) DRS. NIES ft NIES * M»la, EJjlhe»UI«. Ark., Fhuu t We don't slop with dry clenniiiR clothes In ordcf to provide you with R complete and reasonable cltHnirtK. service. Our interest lies in other, matters, too. For Instance, spring cleaning. You'll find that, .(his yearly drciuMs really no more than a fcnr if you trust your work to PEERLESS. Our prices are reasonable and afford a new freshness about your home that conies only from our complete dry cleaning. Stop now, and look around. See some things that reallv NKED our excellent service? Why not make a list of lhes"« things as you see them and have our route man call. You'll be surprised how easily and how reasonably your spring cleaning can really he! Get These Items Cleaned to Perfection: • Curtains • Drapes • Slipovers • Rugs • Blankets • Shades , One Try With Us Will Convince You! PEERLESS CLEANERS 416 South Franklin Street Phone 2-133 FARM & LOANS «c«« Ofll«, N.wark, N. J. t»N« *VW FKOMPT ttOMN* L«w KAM «AI4,, W*lTt OR >U RAY WORTHINGTON Ulif. Thlr* »»„ Bj r th«tlu«, Ark. B*rrln» ThU HFcllon ^^ Tran AuihorUed Marinas • L««i SvUetfor tor THR HUDKNTIAI. INSURANCE COMrANT Of AMIUCA IF YOU SUFFER n , ARC TEC WITH DIABETES Trr thla natural aid: MounUIn V.llej- Mineral W»Ur frnm Hot Sprints, Ark. IVoclon ban prt-< urlbed It for MOKK THAN M YEARS. Ask for Free Booklet Mountain Valley Mineral Water Co. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Illytheville, Ark. Soy Beans Cleaned Don't plant traai and weed need with your soybean's. Oar new cleaner removes all obnoxloun teed. Before having jow awd titans cleaned comn by and nee our new modern cleaner. Bring jour to b« cleaned at jour,convenience. Doyle Henderson Soybean Co. 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You can't (• wrong on thin one. 1937 Ford I Door S*d»». Good price. , 133* Chevrolet 14 Ton. A. bargain. p» llirm.J. UMIRMIn, . - • OUR PAINT AND BODY SHOP IS THE BIST IN THIS SECTION! ; • Factory Trained Mechanirt' • Paris and Accessories •" / • Wrecker Service Chamblin Sales Co, Lex Chamblin R, R. A Ash Stteeia Bill Chamblin FboM Z1M STUDEBAKERS The Right Place To Buy Your Car ... EAST END AUTO SALES 503 Edit Main Street Clean .Used Can— All Phon. 4191 J. W. Lovelady , Al barman Grover Frazier . • ff - • H if. j'.'7; /" .VJ *'•"•. '£' '• USED CARS Sec— J. W. Uy.lody Al Lorman ... or Grovtr Frazitr EAST END Auto Sales SOS E. Main Phom 41tl

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