The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 6, 1946
Page 5
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MONDAY, MAY 5, 104G HIA'THKVILLK (AKK.) COURIKK NKWS Balkan Treaties Big Four Topics Byrnes ond Bevin Act To Keep Russians Out of Tripolitania. PARIS, May fi. <u.P.)—The lit;, Few foreign ministers appeared ready toduy to turn away from ten problem of drafting :ui Italian peace treaty, on which they luul become so firmly deadlocked that Ihe entire conference was threatened. Ministerial deputies wore meeting tills afternoon to take up Balkan treaties for the first time, putting material in order for discussion by the ministers. This Indicated that the ministers would turn to the Balkans tomorrow without awaiting an agreement on Ilnly. The ministers at a midday meeting, the only one of the day, discussed Trieste, reparations and colonies. Spokesmen said utter the session that "a certain amount of progress was made." bnt no ngi-crmcnts were rcadhcd. It wn.s an informal meeting, amidst indimlions that Sehvela:v of Slate Janies p. Byrnes had failed to make any worthwhile progress on the Italian deadlodk 1:1 ••< private talk with V. M. Molntov. To Kesist Russian Move Hyrncs was reported determined lo resist, Russian efforts to make Trieste a Yugoslav rilv and B el a foothold in Tripolitania. The Big Four met after a Sunday recess. DniiiiR Sunday Byrnes conferred separately with Molotov and Ernest Bevin. Bevin was aligned strongly with Byrnes in their efforts to resist the Soviet moves in the Adriatic and Mediterranean. There was a general feelin:; among the American and British delegations that this week will b: the crucial one to show whethe the ministers can reach some soil of agreement, or must admit complete failure. With all their cards on the table the ministers were expected to renew their negotiations concerning Italy on an overall basis, ralhei than debating any ' particular aspect. They reviewed all phases of the treaty during the first 10 dtvys and were well aware of cad: country's attitude. Flying Into Matrimony PACE OTB Irrnnlloiml Cvowsmi U'aiuie. won 13 and for Toronto lust year. In Wt compiled n 12-0 record mid earned run average of 2.41, lowest In the Inlernalloniil I.OHBUC. higher; (op and bulk good uud , lost flKht | choice slmiRhler barrows niul gills 1" *!>« Omu'ery Court, fhlckn- >VAKMN<< OKIIKK iR'.JH.BO; sows and stags $14.05; fml- m l I'"B l>h;s muter I-W Ibs., $14 S0-15.00; ""' "•" Catcher Suffers Injury When Hit by Pitched Bail MEMPHIS, Tcnii., May 4. IU1" .-Catcher Halph McNalr .suffered a broken right arm whbn ho »«s strui'h by one of Pete llader's pitches in ilio third innlni; of Ihe Memphis-New Orleans i;ame here Insl night. McNiilr, wliose ,029 biitilni; aver- igc was a major laclor In Memphis' hive (o the top of Hie league, will i)e out of nctlon eight weeks. He was Ihe second player lost i)v Ihe chicks throiigli Injuries thl* week, Second baseman Hub Freeman fractured an angle last Sun day. Screen actress Joan Fontaine and William Dozicr, RKO Him executive, are pictured aboard plane at Los Angeles, headed lor Mexico, after announcing that they will be married soon. She was divorced . . . . _ .last June, he this May. presentation of "The Wedding" with artitional entertainment between acts by members of the local club. The play will he presented at both the New Theatre and Mi-/. Theatre in Manila the same niRlil, with one Theatre showing it's regular picture before the play and the other Theatre show- ig their picture immediately af- cr the pluy is given in that thca- er. The club will sell local merchants dverlisin^ for additional revenue nd other revenue wilt be derived rom sale of tickets. William Borowsky, secretary of he Lions Club, disclosed that Ihe nnual election of officers pre- ioirsly held in June each year was Manila Lions to Present Worn an less Wee/ding MANILA. Ark., May fi. — liobevl Killian. entertainment chairman o the Manila Lions Club, has announced completed plans for "Lions Club program to be presentee Ihe first week of June for bcncfi of Herman Davis Memorial Park. He said tentative plans call fo Would Be Senator tnoraf u|) to (hltd week In May. President M. U Downing appointed two election commuters. They *ne: Herman Alston, chairman ot Committee Number One. W. W. Fowler, and Alvin Tlpton. Robert McKinnon. chairman of Committee Number two. James Moore and Lewis Townsend. Livestock $15,00 for good and choice. Cattle: U.liOO; gullible 2,000; calves. I.-U'O, all salable; lurgely a .steer »iu! yeurllilK run: llglit supplies Include about 20 loads of sleers; iinrkct slow and bids unevenly lower tin steers and heifers; olhcr classes opened about steady; a lew loads In small lots good and choice steers $10.M-Hi,91); good and heifers and mixed yearlings HS.eo-llUil); medium mound $i;i,5U- M.50; common and medium beet cows $10.00-12.25; odd head isuixl $13,00-Ui.'25; canners unit cutlers $7.15-9.25; good beef bulls $H.OO- 14,'2;); lilLNllluil lo KCMld .siiusage bulls $12.50-13.511; choice vcalcrs .tl'I.OO; medium to Rood $12.00-1!>.7!>; nom- Innl range of slauhlers steers $11.0011.76; slaughter heifers $10.50-17.&0; feeder .steers $10,5(1-10.50. .sawlm District, MlNsUslppI Cuun- ly, Arkunsus. Wllniu HoliliKon I'lalnlllf, vs. No. U55J Merit) Hublnson IX'fcndant. ST. I.OU1S NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, May 0. (UP>—l.iveslocki Hoys: 12.100; salable 7,501); market active; sliuighler classes steady; (ceding pigs slciuly to 25 ccnls A NAME YOU CAN ALWAYS TRUST — St. Joseph. H means gimriiiit qiinlUy niul purity in aspirin. Noun lii'lliT nl miy priiv. Wliy pay morn? Dt'imtml kienuiiie, pur", fast-actiujj SI. Joseph Aapirin. 1'J UMul.ii I On. Tlio 100 lalilel Iwtllo oiwts only 35c. OVER 100 MILLION BOTTLES SOLO! SIMPLY CHEAT FOR MONTHLY PAIN ijyilln K. IMnklmin'ii Vegetable Compound 1>01S MOKi: llllll] ITUcVO monthly \\\\\\\ when iluc (o fi'iimLc functional periodic ilhUirbimtii'.s. II nlso reUews iici'on*ptiiiyliiK weuk, llrcd. jiurvcnis, cranky [c'cllnys—of such imtiii'c. Taken rvgutiu'ly — I'lMkhuin'j* C'or»i>oiii)(t JioJjw build lip rt'sblanco a^ilnsl Mich distress.' It's also u ttrcul jiiotrtnchlc tonic ( Memphis Chicks Obtain Pitcher From Toronto MEMPHIS. Tcnll., May 4. (Ul'l —The Memphis Chicks sliciiBllicn- ed their already potent pitching staff today \vltli the outright purchase of righlhnndcr Woodrow Crowson from Toronto of the In- NYLONS Approximately 15 Doz. To Go On Sale Tuesday 9: A. M. Limit 1 Pr. in Customer 45 Ga. - 40 Denier Ceiling Price $1.10 Montgomery Ward & Co. A BEER RETAILER WROTE: "I have emended ell your meetings here. Also 1 gel your letters, bulletins, and other helpful suggestions for conducting the retail sale of beer on • high plane. And I cooperate with your field men who visit me. "As a result I have • greater desire to run my business as it should be. I have heard other retailer! e»press these) thoughts." This is further evidence that those who sell beer are aware of their responsibility and recogniie their obligation to observ* the spirit and letter of the law. Such cooperation proves th» loundness of the industry's Self-Regulation Program; .,„ ., The defendant Merle Kobtiison I* ereby warned to uppepr within ilrty days In the court named la ic caption hereof and answer the omplulnt of the plaintiff Wllma :oblnson. D»led thU 1* dtjr of Aprt, HAKVEY By PnbU OTM*J, D. C, W. Leon Smith, Atty. lor Pttf. ' Fr»nk C. Doufliv Attjr. tA LMMt, , 4|16-S*-»4jU AU PLASTIC SHOWER CURTAIN Beautiful! Durable) Pliable! . i i'; and absolutely waterproof! ! Won't crack, peel or i»8dewl,i Newest pastel colors,.. wM od j sparkling beauty lo your bothl . Matching Window Curtain 3.f 9 •' Attractive UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION G«t baby HM mott b All-Slid frame, Ductww maVe thli a Rial Value. HUGH 402 WHARTON, STAT I DIRECTOR PYRAMID •LDO., LITTLE ROCK ]. LOUIS CHERRY BcprCKUllnc New York Life Insurance Co. BlTthciiUe, Ark. .•*«•' !3t* YOU CAN GOTO t COLLEGE, TRADE or BUSINESS SCHOOL WITH EXPENSES PAID ' Leif Erickson, above, former 1 justice of the Montana Supreme : Court, has filed as a candidate for the Democratic nomination lor U. S. senator. He will opJ - pose Sen. Button K. Wheeler, i now serving his fourth term. : ---- " — — ~~~~~ — •* TOO FAT? fat SLIMMER this vitamin candy way Have a more elcnclcr. craccfiil f !;lire. No cxctcismc. No trannlivcs NodTOKS. With Ihe si.nplc AYDS Vitamin Cnndy KeflucLliK I'ian you don't cut out any meats, pl.irches, potatoes, meals or Imltcr. ymt Rimnly cut tlicm tioivn. H's r when you enjoy delirious min fartine'D AYDS cintly .fS-far'- 1 (vitamin C meal You are living in a world of skilled specialists. A good education is becoming more and more valuable—and more necessary—every day. With the technical, mechanical and scientific progress that has been made in every field of endeavor, you've got to be "in the know" to get ahead. And the U. S. Government is giving you the opportunity to get the education you want—and need —in whatever specialty you want to take up. Under the GI Bill of Rights, if you are over 18 (or 17 with your parents' consent), mentally and physically fit, and you enlist for 3 years in the new peacetime Regular Army before October 6, 1946, you will be entitled to 48 months of college, trade or business school education after you are discharged. (You must, of course, meet the necessary entrance requirements.) The Government will pay your tuition, laboratory fees, etc., up to $500 per ordinary school year, and will give you, in addition, $65 a month living allowance ($90 per month if you have dependents). Meanwhile, in the Army you may have the experience of traveling to foreign lands . . . doing interesting work . . . studying one or more of 200 absorbing skills and trades in fields ranging from aviation to electronics. You'll be well paid, well clothed, well cared for. Don't miss this opportunity! Get all the facts at your nearest U. S. Army Recruiting Station and ENLIST NOW I ith^ulS.'MoNBY r KtitBY BROS. DRUG STORK $25 Reward for information enabling me to secure a 6 or 7 room unfurnished house. Contact E. V. (Buck) Tomlinson 1'hortc 2335 — Hi) Kasl Ash Highlights of the Armed Forces Voluntary Recruitment Act ATTENTION LADIES Cash Paid for Men's, Women's and Children's Used Clothing and Sho£*. 415 W. Ash St. 1. Enlislmenls for l',S, 2 or 3 years. (One-yonr enlistments permitted for men who have been in the Army six months.) 2. Enlistment afre from 18 to 34 years inclusive (17 with parents' consent) except for men now in Army, who may recnlisl »t any age, and former service men depending on length of service. 3. An increase in the recnlistmeiit bonus to ?50 for each year of active service since such bonus was last paid, or since last entry into service. 4. Up to 00 Hays' paid furlough, depending on length of service, with travel paid to home and return, for men who rcenlist within the prescribed time after discharge. 5. A 30-day furlough each year at full pay. *. Mustering-outpay (based upon length of aervicc) to all men who are discharged to reenlist, 7. Option to retire at half pay for the rest of your life after 20 years scrvkeHncreajing to three-quartcri pay after 30 years' service. (Retirementincome in grade of Master or First Sergeant tip to £165.26 per month for life.) All previous active federal military tervice counU toward retirement. i. Renefits under trie GI Bill of Rights for men who enlist t«fore October 6,194G. ». Family allowances for the term of enlistment for dependents of men who enlist, or reenliat before July 1, 1946. 10. Choice of branch of service and overseas theater V (of those still open) on 3-ycar enlistments. ' 11. Reserve and A.U.S. commissioned omccrs re- \ leased from active duly may he enlisted in Grade i (Master Sergeant) and retain their reserve commissions, provided they enlist within the prescribed time. GOOD JOB FOR YOU U. S. Army CHOOSE THIS Cnlist Wo * * Your rVe»re«l Loatf Army Recruiting Station R«y»m 305 Federal Joncsboro.. INSURANCE Din! Zwll Complete 1'rotecliim ACOIDKNT & IIKAI.TH HOSPITAMBATION I'M UK • AUTOMOUILH liUKClIiAUY 1'IATB GLASS ^TORNADO • BUHKTY 15ONUB • AVIATION FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 10B N. 2nd Illlliirr—Irene Crowd* Rwluctal Fluffy Shag Rugt Delightful choke for living room, b«droomi! Heavy cotton back« 'thick, sofl uile. 24" x 48". Wards Folding Camp Colt Ditb > Drainer Reduced) Rubb.r-coal.d wire protects dlih- «i . . . prevent! clallerl Large kaikel, with ipaco for cutlery. No-Rubbing Floor WOK R*duc«l! 94 C Equals tnoit famoui and coiHItttl Shlnei ai It dn«il Contains Car- naubo, most durable wux known! Salel Carpvl Tacki Blued steel, .. ftalhfladi , ; . liiedl Choice of four different knglhs. Puckage contains 'A Ib. 3.95 Lightweight aluminum franwj rubber foot padi and grooved wood tre adt f or ta f e ty. Fbldt for tforlng> many ways) In laundry, f«r "hanging up,'' Ironing, etc. Roefer picnics and shopping, tool" • • • Here's a sturdy steel eel iprtng that does keep cord off *>• )rerv ' Ing boardl kuy now «l WorrfJ Here's a dependable tool avaftV able to you In oiiorted riie«l 6". •-inch «iie M« SALE! WOMEN'S SPORT OXFORDS 2.97 Were 3.25! Buy a pair during Ward Week and lore on thh trim Mtrle moc oxfofd Ihat's to popular everywhere! Smoo* brown leather, tough non-marking rubber sole*. Sizes 4-9. • SALE! MEN'S WOSK SHOES RfMMEDl 3.77 Were 3.981 So*, now dot* Ward Week on pCafafe Mock •* tanned leather work dwei bvH for comfort and longer w»or! Goodyear welted for eoiwit repair. Leather tolet. A to 12. .' MONTGOMERY WAR

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