PAGE TWELVE BIATIIICVILLE (AHK.) COU1UEU NEWS JIOiNDAY, APRIL 21, l'J'17 Family Week Proclaimed President Truman • Champions Cause of The American Home CHICAGO, April 21.—President Harry S. Truman championed the Anwtam home as the nation's first line of defense. In peace as In Wfr. in a letter giving his endorsement to the «mtl>jent-\vlde observance of National Faintly TWftlt, May 4-11, by Protestants, Catholics and Jews. .The letter was addressed to an tnterfoith committee planning the 1M7 celebration, including Rabbi Abron Opher, New York City, assistant to the president of the Synagogue Council of America; the Rev. Edgar Schmledcler, Washington, D. C-. director of the Family Life Bureau of the National O«tlvolle Welfare Conference; and Dr. T. T. Swenrlngcn, Chicago, director of adult work and family education of the International Council of Religious Education, sec- r*t*ry of the committee, representing the inter council Committee on Family Life. "It Is of happy significance,' President Truman stated, "whei thre« great groups representing differing religious convictions and allegiances In our American life car 1 unite in a common undertaking." The President expressed ills flrn belief that "it Is decidedly in the national interest that representatives of the Synagogue Council of America, representing the ancient Jewish culture; the National Conference on Family L'.fo. representing the Catholic lalth; and the Intercouncil Committee on Family LJite, representing the Protestant J»Hh, can unite in the orscrvance 01 National Family Week." The Intel-council Committee represents the International council, the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ In America, and the united Council o; Church Women. "This joint effort gives the nation and the world an example of the spirit- of toleration and forbearance which must prevail if we are to maintain our democratic institutions," he asserted, and added, "tjot the least of our freedoms is freedom of conscience." , 'President Truman expressed the hope that National Family Week •wil; emphasize the principle thtit "In all that effects our well-being I as a nation we strive for unity In I essentials; liberty in non-essentials; in all things; charily." ^Red-Tape Curtain Bars Russian War Brfdes ' Married in Moscow during the w;ir to lirilish servicemen, Uicsc lonesome Hiifsian brides me pictured in Moscow—stymied from joining llicir hu-l;;)i:<!s in KiiKlnnd Ix'eiuise Joe Stalin's rcd-lapc boys have so fiir refused lliem visas. In rear, lefl lo rijjlil, ;ire: Mrs Hose Henderson. IS); Mrs. Un;i i'rice, 23; Mis. Irn Howlcy. 23: Mrs. Nntn Whiicnciicl, Mi; Mrs. Nnd.-i llolton. 20; and Mrs. Olgu .... Burke, 2't. In front arc Mrs. L.udinila Squire, lefl, 23; and Mrs. Clara Hall, 23. McCallie. both of Manila; Joseph A.' Pcimlngum and Miss Alum Dean Young, both of lilythevillc. Birgil Slinneylclt and Miss Ernestine Rogers, both of Blythevillc; N. H. Jones and Miss Maxlne Stantield, both of Blythevillc. Herbert R. Guefocrl. of lied Bred, III., nn ( | Miss Eslellu Wcrrc of Steclevllle, 111.; Louis H. Khlers of Union Rejects Citizens' Offer To Settle Strike ST. LOUIS. Mo, April 21, (UP) —An ofer from dozens of Hope, Ark., to meet Hoj:c lclei)lione strikers' demands for n $12 pay Increase until a nationwide strike settlement is renc-hcd was rejected today :jy the Southwestern Telephone Workers Union. livereit E. C'Jttcr, genera) counsel of the union, said the offer, made by Mayor Albert. Fink and relayed by 'Arkansas Strike Director Gordon Wilson, was rejected willi regret. I "We couldn't BO back lo work at Hope until we made some provision for the rest of the 4'l,000 telephone workers in Hie South-1 west," Colter said. He said lie had I telegraphed Faik that "we sincere-! ly appreciate the liberality and] kindness of the mayor and citizens of Hope." BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTOR'S Possibility of tooth banks being developed from wide "live" teeth could be obtained as replacements is seen in recent medical studies. iiScli transplantation lias already been done In cats. BOATS FOR SALE Made in Blythevillc by MIKE MERONEY CYPRESS and PLYWOOD The Idttil boat fur Ihc Hig Lake area. Ilanclmailr, sturdy riiiislruclioii— imly (he bf.sl materials are used in these boats. Sec llicm NOW! Ninv on Display at The Blytheville Motor Company MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 Red Bred. III., and Miss Marie L. Werrc of Stec'cville, 111.; Arthur Shun of Tyler, Mo., mid Mi.v> Joy.'-C UHBhcs of Ulytlieville. •M. I,. Daniel mid Mrs. Siiui'lie Smith, liolli of Hayli, Mo.; Ray- iiiond E Cole and Madeline Georgia MCBride, toth of ElytlicvilU:; Benjamin \V. White and Miss Gc. neva Anna IIHIJIUI, both of liljtlic- villc. Eii[;cii2 Hen.son ami Miss Catli- Jame.s 13. Miller and Miss Elizabeth Uiwin, loth of St. Louis; Wil- Ray. both of Blytheville; Carl Swans;on of Johnson City, III., and Mrs. Audrie Swanson of Chicago; Monroe Johnson and Miss Lucille Smith, both of Wolf Luke, III. Read Courier News Want Ads CHIROPRACTOR "Health Is your greatest asset. Chiropractic is the surest, road to Health. An Investment in a Chiropractic Health Service will ndd to yotir wealth of health." Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 Ncurocalomctcr Service - •Dr. Torsten Lindquist Ulythcvillc, Ark. Come To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothe* Open 7 :i. m. Close fi:30 p. m. TurK(i:iy and Thursday Nitchls Open TNI i) o'clock 323 North 2nd St. Marriage Licenses «»rriage licenses were issued dicing tne past two weeks in I locftl : oftiee of tlie county court, cjerk to the [oUuwlng couples: Jphn A. Parley Jr., of Liell and ^pan Gschwcnd of pocahontas; F J( on roc Wright and Miss Bcrna- duie Humphrey, both of Caibon- d»Se, III.; Carl Bashers and Miss JJntla Dalplia Fern Leslie, both o* Blytheville. i UUfred Creasy and Mrs. Cora Burton, both of Portagcville, Mo. IVfharrt W. Becker and Mrs. Hull B. Beisinger, D ot!i of Dlytheville tles^e D. slayton of - Cooler. Mo ^Uld Jowell Imogcne Bon[l jSteele, Mo.; Thomas J. Stayton am Wiuida Lee Bollinger, both of Ely i Merl Creed anrl Irene Davis .both of East St. Louis, 111.; Llo.v -Etherton of Oran, Mo., and Pear Kertey of Elmore, Mo.; Thoma Ripka and Miss Emma Jean Smitn. both of Blythevillc. Carl Forrister and Miss Luelta .Coolair Plus Cooling You flick a switch and a breeze comes flooding tl\rouch every room in your home! Fresh, healthful outside air is drawn in through doors and windows and 'Up through an attractive ceili.if; grille or automatic shutter into * suction box in the attic. 'Hie OOOLAIR FAN, mounted In the box, blows the nir outdoors ugain through attic exhaust opciiinss See the COOLAIR FAN in our Ktore; you'll want it for yoin home. Terms can be ananpcd But dpnt wait, hot weather i jast around the corner! I Coolair ... in the South for Southern Climate! Y ou'uu practically that, of course, the minute you take over any new 1947 ISuick. Never before has any automobile so completely won the country by its beauty — so clearly defined the shape of curs to come. But really lo take the stage and hold it — to cut a dashing figure in the smartest of smart company — Mister, just picture yourself in this bold beauty here. It is without question the most wanted version of America's most wanted car. It's wanted for the freedom that's yours when its handy control swings back the top —and the sky becomes your roof and the birds your travel . • mates. • It's wanted for the lift and , surge of its satiny straight- . • A FINGER TOUCH ruflj ft 1 f>r I'ntin ,it.tctr;. eight Fireball power plant, master of every grade and hill, monarch of the farthest horizon. It's wanted for bigness, and the deep comfort of low-set, cushiony seats — wanted for the floating case of soft all-coil springing, and the sure-footed stride of a car that's big enough and brawny enough for its job. It's wanted for styling that already has set the pattern for years to come — it's wanted for fun, for adventure, and for year-round, all-round full family use. The demand for it? Great, of course. The supply? Mounting as fast as Huick's be aver-busy production stall can free uf> the supply of the fine materials that go into it. So with patience, one can be yours. With patience, that is — and the foresight to get your order in now. c-<;trclf ONLY BUICK HAS ALL THESE * AIRFOIL FENDERS * FIREBALL POWER * ACCURITE CYLINDER BORING * SILENT ZONE BODY MOUNTINGS * FLITEWEIGHT PISTONS * BUICOIL SPRINGING * FULL-LENGTH TORQUf'TUIE DRIVE * PtKMI-riRM STEERING * BROADRIM WHEELS * STEP ON PARKING BRAKE * DEEPFLEX SEAT CUSHIONS * CURL-AROUND BUMPERS * NINE SMART MODUS * BODY BY FISHER Tone in HENRY J. TAYtOS, Muluol Nelwoit, Mandayi and Friday/I Walnut and Broadway . Jack Webb Physician & Surgeon Announces the Opening of His Office Lynch Building lilylliovillf, Ark. For the General Practice (it Medicine Office Phone 2131 Residence 20:i5 GATEWOOD GROCERY 1 Ark.-Mo. State Line on the left at the Arch 7 Crown 1.35 2.65 4.15 >: Kinsey 1.35 2.65 4.15 >; Schenlcy 1.35 2.65 4.15 * Philadelphia 1.35 2.65 4.15 =j Three Feathers 1.35 2.65 4.15 * Hill & Hill 1.40 2.75 4.40 £ Old Taylor 4.35 6 QO x Four Roses 2.85 4.50 >; Beer GAS, reg Cigarettes . - . 17.9c; . . per Cose $3.35 >• Ethyl 19.9c * . per carton $1.55 SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY EARLY MATURING . .Foundation S1<ick—Direct From Urci'dei' KcccuL test proved yields i) to 5 more bushels per acre iiiul Ktaiula up bolter than Kalsoy. Blythevisle Soybean Corp. J 1800 \V. Main I'honc 85i;-8r>7 REFRIGERATION—24 Hour—REFRIGERATION Sales Service Repairs AIR CONDITIONING WK Alti: AIlI.i: TO OFFKIt YOtI Ql!AMFIi;i> I'.NGINIIIiKIXLr IN -SALUS, Klil'AIKS ANI1 bKHVICi'!. i\'^ii/-ip. box'^j Kcvera::*' Coolers, Display Cases, Air (lon- diliomng Units ami usctl llcfriseratiou Equipment of all kinds. 715 W. Ash—A. H. Johnson—Phone 2188 or Poole Motor Co., Steolc, Mo., Phone 49 BlytheviHe Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Today's Water For " Tomorrow's Pep If yon feel rundown, if your system seems sluttish, drink the celebrated Mountain Valley Mineral Water—it is a natural aid for faulty assimili-.tion and elimination. Mountain Valley assists the kidneys, stomach ar.d blander to function propinly. Pure- taslins . . . not ;\ lnxativo. Call or Write Tod.iy for Free Booklet CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blylhevillc, Ark.
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