The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 3, 1946
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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Proposed Loan Draws GOP Ire Kansan in Senate Sees Move to Bolster Shaky Regime in Great Britain WASHINGTON, May 2. (UP> — Republican sens. Avthur Cupper, Kan., and Raymond E. Willis, inrt., lodiw iis-sailed tin? proposed $3,750,000,000 Brlllsh lonn ns an effort lo bolster "a slinky socialist re- Bimc" in BrUnln uiul a step lead- Ing to inflnllon in this country. Democratic leader Alben \V. Ilurkley. Ky.. said he may ask a sptclal Saturday session to olJ- tain a vote on the ai-iceiiienl. The senate, Hearing Ihe May 15 deadline for draft extension, must lay aside the loan unless it can reach a vote soon. Cupper termed the loan "a grant, n gift., n subsidy," arid predicted that Slate Department, "pseiulo- economist.s" soon would ask extension of the foreign loan pro- f-ram. He said American fanners and businessmen would be in "desperate (iconomiM predicaments" if vhe 275,000.000.000 public debt Is Business Man Appointed On YMCA Area Board Russell Barliam has .been elected to serve on the Southwest Area Board of Young Men's Christian Association for a two-year term. The administrative board of tile Area Council, IU function Is to curry out policies established at Council meetings ami to giv« general direction to the program of the Area organization. Mr. Hal-hum, head of Red Top Gin and other local business ln- teresLs, received a letter recently from Rodney D. Palmer, secretary of Southwest Area Council of YMCAs, informing him that h had been appointed to this board. Mr. Barhain Is active here in civic affairs anil lakes a leading part In church work and benefit campaigns. Play Day Arranged For Gymnasium Pupils The physical education department of the BIythcvllle High School will observe "play day' from 10 a.m. to 2:M p.m. tomorrow and Miss Alexa Williams, director today said that representation I. 1 expected from other schools ovet the county which have physical education departments. Miss Williams f further increased by foreign spending. Willis, estimating that the loan wnulcl cost the average taxpnying American family approximately §100, so>^ the money would be used "to enrich the monopolists and to bolster a shaky socialist, regime in England." Both senators urged the senate lo accept amendments to the loan agreement hi an effort to more closely guard American interests. Capper said he would support an amendment to obtain leased Atlantic bases and assure coauner- clal rights to other airfields and establishments built throughout the British Empire with American funds. Willis suggested Ihe Sen- j Cnry ate should accept an amendment providing for issuance of non-guaranteed bonds to private investors to finance the loan. ;aid mi invitation had been ex- At The Hospital* Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Robert Chlsm, Osceola. Mrs. Stcrllne cook, city. J. M. Olpple. city. Maxtne Heaver.s, city. U. N. Swnrtoril Jr.. Blecle. Mo. Maurice King Jr.. Manila. Mlytlirvllle Hospltn! Admitted: Mrs. Thomus Hopper, cltv. Otlell Knight. Osceola. "Milton Prulhcr. Osveola, VJrgliilu lilauu, city. J. I: Cialnes. city. Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. wlUltun Lilly, city, a son last night. Dismissed: Mrs. P. O. U>wls. Manila. Ora Bell Sunders, city. O. K. Hanmi, city. Mrs. J. 1!. Mauley, city. W. H. Neely. city! Mrs. P. II. liaspbcrry. city. Daniel Oovelstc-ln. Steclc, Mo. Carrie Davis. Canithersvilli Bill HunliiiB, city. Memphis St. Joseph llnspltul Admitted: Mrs. Josic Baker, Hoytl, Mo. fixed by law apply to liif Comm^- sloner of Revenues of the Stutv "f Arkansas for a |H'iiult to tell ix'C-r ul retail ijt 813 So. First Ulythi 1 ville, Mississippi County. The uiulersltjned stales lhal he Is H cltlwn of Arkansas; of good clmraclcT. Hint he has never l)i:cn conviclcd of a felony or other crinu involving moral luiplUuUr. thai no license lu sell beer by the uiuler- -sintied has txTi) revoked Vilhln live yciu.s lusl past; and llml the undcr- sicned has never been, comlctl'd of viola)IIIK the laws of this state, or any other state, relating lo the siili; of ulcohollu Ikiuurv Will Bun-ell. Sulisi-rlbed and sworn to before me this 'I day of May, 194li, Samuel P. Morris 'Real! Notury Public. [ My t'uminlKsloii ex|)lre.s Bept. 8, 19W PAOK THRKt> IN TIIK CHANCKIty CODKT Ot I'lIK ( UK KASAYVKA DISTKIliT (>r MISSISSII'I'I I'OHNTV, AK- KAN.SAS. llalpli Uonliiei- Oreer . ...1'lnintUT. Lilian IVrnlrkii Clreer, Di'fendti'.it. WAHNlNr. OKDKH The Uefeiulanl, Lillian Pernlcka Om>v. Is wium-il lo appear In die Oluincery Court of lliu Chickasuwba Ulbliicl of Mississippi County, Arkansas within thirty days and answer Ihu cumplalnl o( lliv Plaliililt, Kulpli Himlnei- tlreer. Witness my hand as Cleik o( said Omul and the seal Ihereof (his Uu mill day of April. 1010. HAIIVKV MOIiliKS, CliM'k. Holland >t Taylor Allys. Joe 1'Ht. N. Moore, Ally, ml Lltem. Mo. tended to each of the schools. Mrs. Ralph Berryman, director of the Junior High Glee Club, wll present club members in several selections us the closing feature of the play day events. The events will be staged in the High School gymnasium. , Crown Changes Hands Since O. O. "Sonny" siires, eighth feracle student at Junior Kig.i School, did a record 1.002 .sit-nps in a physical education, class, fellow students have been trying to break lhat record. It has been broken and so far. Is Honor Roll Student Bonnie li. Hrinti, IDS!) :;radii:i(c of Dell High School and il:iui;lil'". of Mr. and Mrs. .1. 11. llrlnn of Dell, had her name placed on the honor roll for the first nine weeks at Abilene Christian College, Abilene, Texas. This honor was for making a grade of "superior" in two -;nb- iects, a report from Ihe coll-uf stated. She is a junior and majoring in education. WAKN'INd OKItr.K In Ilir Chum-fry Court, Chlika- SLlutui District, Mississippi CuUII- ly, Arkansas. Lillian Flo Savage Plaintiff, vs. No. 0537 James Savage Jr. and James Savage Sr., his father and nalural guardian.. .Defendants. The defendant James Suvage Jr., Is hereby warned lo appear within thirty days In the court named In the eaplton hereof and answer Ihe coaiplaint of the plninlltr Ulllan Flo Savage. naled this 11 day of A|irll. 1016.] HARVEY MORRIS. Clerl: lly Frelda O'Neal, D. C. Cook. Ally, tor PHf. Barhinn, Ally, nd I.llem. Ships Ready to Move Peacetime Cargoes StJoseph ASPIRIN ELECTRICAL CONTRACT.* > Uet us figure your totol contract j ing labor. .,,„,„, J-*f| Service and Repair on wiring and occel-.' ! '' series. " •• - " -T- Appliance Repair. • WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 110 So. 8«. PiHNW _ TOO TABLETS 954 WORLD'S LAPCCST SELLER AT I<K Tho Itenuly N<Mrk 111 No, First 1'lumc S!)l ll«'lt'tl l.UStlT Km bus **•**•»•••• ••»••**••••• Surplus Cotton To Be Shipped To Germany WASHINGTON. May 2. (li.P.l — The Agriculture Department today prepared to ship 15-i.OOO bales of govermnMiL-controHed cotton to the American occupation zone in Ciennany in exchange for finished textiles to be sold in scarcity areas. Secretary of Agriculture Clinton P. Anderson .said final delails ol Ihe arrfln<;emcnt .still were being worked out, but that it would be similar to the pros:ram under which the U. S. this year was seiuliiii;..'about, i.000,000 bales 'of American cotton to japan. Anderson .said Ihe exporls had the two-fold purpose of . reducing government supplies of low-grade cotton, which is admirably suited to German and Japanese mills, and to rebuild industries in the conquered countries which have little use hi wartime. ATLANTIC CiTY, N. J.. May 3. lUPi—More than (100 American ships are standing idle for lack . w i,,,, °^, de.spite serious \vnrlime Mason has topped them all ] lonnage losses, the U. S. Chamber with 1.020 srUiips. Although he or camijicrcc was told yesterday, fell results next morning, Cory Is, Almon E. Holli, president of the proud of his achievement and in-' National Federation of American viles any sitter-upper lo try and laki? his title of "champ." Tlwl includes not only Junior High students but any other ambitious sitter-upper who knows be can do at declared. least 1,021 slt-ups !ie Shipping, prediclcd that there will be more than enon»h ships available to handle the world's peacetime cargo business when trail'.starts rolling normally again, despite the fact Hint Ihe work! fleet was depleted during the war by ions. for LUZIERS Fine Cosmetics Call Miss Francis -Jones I'ho I If 248G or 3633 Baptists to Hold Annual Convention in Miami • MIAMI, Pla.. May 3. <UP>—Some 15.000 delegates from 15 southern slates were expc<|.<( to attend Ihe annual Southern Baptist Convention here May 12-13. It was announced today. Pat N. Neff. former governor H)f Texas and president of the group said that a group of :IOO to 409 would make a one-day flying trip to Havana, Cuba during the. meeting. $25 Reward for information enabling mo to secure a 6 or 7 room unfurnished house. Contact E. V. (Buck) Tomtinson I'lurne 2:i:if> — IJ<) Fust Ash POULTRY FttfcSH DRESSED DAILY FRYERS CUT UP Buy Ui4 rnUr* P»wl »r Jut tb€ Ht<** Yeu Want A»k Ufl fur Our FHUHII lilfrrlllr Vnril Km. Garden-Fresh Produce R*ctived Daily itnd Si pears A spider web or wire, reports Ships magazine, . helper! save the lives of Ihollsands of men adrift at sea In lifeboats during the \v.\r. web was a radar device which weighed slightly more than n puund and which reflected the radar signals sent out by planer or ships. The reflections showed up as pinpoints of light on the search craft's radar scope, indicating Ihe rail's ixjsillon. Read Courier News Want Ads. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Deen Smith, Owner Incram Bldt- Phone S274 DANCE Saturday Night 9:00 til 1:00 o'clock In trie air-conditioned BLUE ROOM of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 60c IncL Tax. Checkroom Available I.AU1KS AI),VJTTKI> ONLY WITH ESCORT ATTENTION LADIES Cash Paid for Men's, Women's and Children's Used Clothing and Shoes. 415 W. Ash St. NOTICE Notice is hereby glvi-u undersigned will willnn RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on any make or rnoHel Reliable amazing BERLOU We Stock a Wide Variety of Pickles, Olives, Jams, Jellies ASPARAGUS A " ° AH Whiu SPKARS The Vurirljr aracerjr—CuflM tnd BM Pickard's Gro. & Market Phone 20>l,'t 1044 Chickasiwba Avc. USED CARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plut your extra equipment. If you nro KoitiK lo keep your present car let Us give yoti-un esdmtite <m rtcimdltlonlnu your motor, body tuid painting. Crcdil terms can lie nrrnnRcd. Tires, Tubes and aiitb and home radios for snle. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmoltile KiiBt IMuin S CMC Trucks Phone 519 PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Callihan Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Radio Salrs and Service 106 So. First St. HAYS IMPLEMENT CO. 200 E. Main, Bljlheville, Atk.. riione ^001 SALES AND SERVICE OF J. CASE EQUIPMENT .lust Received a shipment of CASE HAMMER FEED MILLS 8 Inch $105; 10 Inch $129.50 One sDravintr with RKRLOU IVlolhiH'ool nrolocts clothinir. t'nr.s. bliinkut.s. rut's, furniture for f> vears. or BEULOU navs for the damatre. HK1-. LOU trivax KIIIX-. low-cosl molli-nrotcetion . . . oiilv 2f CMilH nor vear for fur cosit Not a Hurled hv tli-v-tlciininc- HUBBARD Hardware Co. 21S Wesl Phone 2 Ye* Sirl H«r«'i a real novelty ... identical sKoo ttyl« far father and son. Both have all the style, comfort and wearing qualities that Winthrop always stands for. For Dad $7.50 ,o, Son $5-00 DCDI AIL OClXLUU MOTHPROOF Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! Ono call to UH will umuiKu to have ytiur roincniliraiicoa sent, not just once, but niDiilh ut'tcr inonlli. Ank about this plmi. FLOW Eli SHOP Hrrrtnt . 4»1 Mm. J. M. W* ItaKrer Anrwh*r« IMM) WUIUnu, awmr Olcneoc I Need Your Car Washed? \Vi> have just. in.stiilltMl a new Antomnbilc \\'«sliiiiK Miichinc anil wo arc now roaily In Kivt' your car a runl wiishing job. \Vt; also have Hie very beat of niodoni l.nbricalioti IC<|tii|)iiU!iil lor Clroasiiu; yoiir ear. We'H Ctill for Your Cor and Deliver It. Lot us do your iioxl for yon. We'll elian^u Oil uiul (Jrpiisc Job oil too! BLAN HEATH AUTO I'hone 82K & HOME SUPPLY •II!) West Main SI. Is It Out ol Order? • Our mechanics nre Not Factory 'Trained—l>ut They are GOOD! • Their work is GUARANTBBIJT; • Their Prices are REASONABLE! • They nre well equipped to do l.iKht Hepalr Work on any make of Cur or'Truck!'''"' r ? r : • They Guarantee to SATISFY! ' NKWT SHORT ' in Charge ; of., Garage. • :• MARR'SAulo Service Prompt Road Service Washing, Crraslnf, PoUshlnj All Standard I'nxiucts Phone 2611 Ash at Second The Family Shoe Store 312 West Main Phone 2342 INTHROP SHOES NOTICE! Our employees will have off an afternoon of their choosing, each week during the sum- . mer months. However, our customers will have Service at all regular business hours. Our office will not be closed. Camp/etc Insurance Service In One Agency UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY Rlylhcvilk's <)"'>' 1'xrlnsive IHrecl \VriUns Aucncy of Leading Com]>ai>!cn 200'/i \V. Main St. I'll one MO A. F. DIKTKICH, Mansigcr EMERSON ATTIC FANS * ...< Are Available Again \ AT PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., INC. For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We .'Jtc .*,/ Good Block Sandy Loam Dirt for Fills Larkin Service Station 219 East Main St. K. M. Lwkte

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