The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MONDAY, MAY 20, 10<ir, Russia Softens On Food Issue Moscow Radio Tells / Of "Brotherly Aid" P Given to Neighbors. BY K. V. KOBKRTS United Press Staff Correspond?nt LONDON. May 20. (UP»—Hiissla professed n willingness today to hell! deal with the world 'food Crisis Insofar us the war-improver- ishcd resources of the Soviet Union permits. A Moscow broadcast cited the Russian assistance given Finland, Poland, Romania and Pi-nnce as proof of "the wUllngr/jss with which the Soviet people respond to the needs of other nations." The radio statement regarding "brotherly assistance" to I he newly nations was viewed as an indirect answer to American and nrilish suggestions that the Soviets contribute more to the global fight against famine. ft came soon niter Washington reported that Premier Stalin in effect rejected an appeal by President Truman for Russian 'help in the food crisis, saying that the American coque.st cn:»e too late. Informed sources here .said the British cabinet had directed representations to Stalin, asking him lo make food available for hnii|>cr- stricken countries. Prime Minister Clement Altlcc may follow Mr. Truman's lead in addressing a persona! plea to Stalin, informants reported. The Moscow broadcast on the i food situation was in the form of an English-language commentary by Peter Orlov. "The nations to which the Soviet Union has rendered brotherly assistance do not forget that the USSR suffered inestimable n power and material losses in war," Orlov said. >]3,000 Eligible As Non-Fathers Due Draft CalVs ULYT1IHVILLE (AUK.) COUUIKR NEWS Europeans' Daily Meals Sink Below Nutrition Level Cofories Per Person Available Without Outside Help PAGE FIVE Divorces Divorces immtcd nrenlly: Wil. Hum Simmons vs Kllrjiln'ih Klm- inons; Hiitli Mile Perry vs ,1. C. Perry: .1. C. Matthews v.s Miuireen T. Matthews; Cloldle U.ivis Kinllh vs II. II. BmlUi; 1'Ti'd le Jones Hums; Ulxon vs Ei'ltc Dlson; llerlle I), jjlmvks vs C,. 0. Hawks: J. W. • AkJiis vs Kiln IA-C Akins: N'ellle Mm' oden linrtier vs 1,. J. lluvlior; f'rcda lilsher Mcllintry vs Claude McClintry: Albert Cvals v.s Mlhel CriilK; Eddie McClreRor v.s Ophelia McCU'i'uoi'. Patricia lienilcc Wade vs lienlon e Wade; Otis K. Wadkins v.s Huliy Wndklns; Kmilce Via vs Ifei 1 - irmu Vlii; Kffle Louise HruH-nleu lliiye.s v.s Fmiicls Jninos Hayes; 'Gladys Knoiilx Mini?, vs Uithor 'I.ee Mlntj.; Julia Humphries vs ld K. U. Humphries: Fveil- , prick li. Meyer vs Dei nice K. .Meyer: l.Hlle Mae l)<nu:lus vs V. A. U)»iii!lus; Annie M. Vlvlnn vs Kdlth nines Mincer vs William Lloyd Mincer; Umliio Shields vs Uelford Shields; Wed Uoyetlu Jr. vs Hulli fcMyllir lloyctte, Ijdcile Smothers v s Jutni s Smothers; Howard (I. Johnson vs Hose Murle Johnson; Huby M,il iniiKltti vs Kui:enu Vunghn: llmus vti |Kllii>l I.iniRley v.s Cliurlf.s Lunuley. Ma«le:>n |Claude W. Ikaley v.s Mary l.orliie llealey; Mildred I.. Mlnylock vs C. M. IMuylock; \>. li. Parsley vs Annie Muy I'arsley; Mary Mlnviird Natliun Mlnyard; llerninn It. Hunt v.s Mildred J. limit; KalpU Orevi- vs l.llllnn Pernii-n Clreer; Mlllon t'lsluT vs Hera r'lsh- er; John D. Tlirusliei 1 vs Modeua Thrasher. Wllmu liobln.son vs Meile Hob- Inson; Helen l^iulse l-'oi'il vs James W. Kurd; Jiimcs Ford vs I,e(ha Kuril; Mieille Polton IJcnn vs IJalley Henn; Cecil Dickinson v.s Phyllis Dlckliuxm; Andls "Hm K er v.s Albert limsei 1 ; .Jimelh lllldretli v.s J. L. Illldreth; Charles W, .Iiisllc,. vs lliihy Mae Jiisllni-e; iion- nie Mutes vs Robert Anthony Vivian; uddte UlUli Can- Louise Caldwell v.s Howard Cnldwdl. "'In v.s Cirover Cmmilii. ' llnltlc C, I'liliner vs M. ('. Palii?- W. c. I.umb v.s Kthel l.amb; or; II. S. Kennedy v.s Opul K nirlmi-il WrlRlit; L. WrliilU vs WCMHKU Kalherlne Wolfe vs Calvin Wolfe; Christine Chlldrcss v.s Kcimcy; Curler MiUon Slkcs v.s try Slkt'ti; Kanic.sl 1 . Woods v.s Catherine Woods; Jessie Mm- Huyl- Koy TnliiiiKtgc cliltdress; Aaron I'.s vs Ivy !•:. Kayles; Alma Delaiiey Williams vs Jenntebell Williams; Map above, prepared from government Urines, shows sharp contrast In the food-energy consumed by Europeans before the war and Ihe inadrquate supply now available to them without outside help Only three nations—Denmark. Sweden ailtl Czechoslovakia—]. ive domestic food supplies capable of providing the 1500 calories per clay per person considered as minimum for maintaining health At. least five would face starvation without outside help. Meanwhile, Americans have 111) more calories per day per person than they did in prewar day's. Ihe " Soil-Cement Mixture Proves Big Aid to Highway Builders WASHINGTON, May 20. — The nation's draft boards today prepared to call an estimated 13.- CfjO eligible non-fathers in the 2fi through y.S age groups for prc- induction' pliysical examinations. Boards yesterday \verc ordei'etl by Selective Service headquarters to start the screening te.st.s. In telegrams to local officials, selective Service said examinations should be (iiven promptly to all qualified men in the specified agei brackets. I LITTLE ROCK, May 20. (UP) — The use of soil-cement mixtures as a road base—poincercd in Arkansas eight years ago and developed by . M Army engineers during the war—is expected to play an important, pave in economical post-war road ing in Arkansas. t. pare iiv« build-! Aft tensive tests in the laboratory in Little Rock. The -soil and cerement tor asphalt) are "mixed in place" by machinery that resembles larrn cultivators, plows and rotnry tillers, the mixture has acquired jthc correct consistency, it is tight- B. L. Wales, engineer of materials ly compacted and allowed to drv, and tests of the State Highway ; iormint; ^ solid roadbed, Impervious Department, says this type of road to freezing and thawini; or exces- will be widely used in the eastern and southern portions of the state where natural road building materials are scarce. Arkansas as a whole lias an abundance of natural materials— rock, gravel and sand— but in the low"!!' placed about IS.COti men in 2(3 through 20 age groups, it was believed that fewer than ti.OO'J would be found eligible for induction. Some Army officers estimated that only '2.COO would be conscripted from the new manpower pool. Thev pointed out that the groups were screened carefully during tile latter stages ot the war. _- Selective Service said that men 4d:iimin™ occupational deferment^ Twill be required to' 'take : their ex- 'aminntions and then press then- claims for deferment. Officials emphasized, however, that loca] boards would be expected to consider few occupational appeals. Mississippi County Oil Dealers to Meet r l"h~ oil men of Mississippi County xvil! meet at Hotel Noble. Tuesday nt 0 p.m.. to elect officer!;, discuss Inx and other governmental problems confronting the pe- IroJeurn industry, its customers, allied groups and the motoring public. It. was announced today that W. F. Scarborough of Little Rock, secretary of the Oil Dealers' Association of Arkansas, will address the session on the subpect of taxation /and legislative problems facing the • industry and its customers in the T - postwar years. He will a ho discuss Ihe 1046 aims of the organization. The local group is affiliated will: the Oil Healers' Association of Arkansas. sections the supply has been depleted. And according to Wales, th? sive moisture. This road bed is then covered by a thin layer of asphalt which forms a protective covering for the base. On tile first such roads, one- half an inch of asphalt was used, and now it has been increased to Curious Reptile Slain When Found Sunning On Porch of Farm Home Fiudtni; a curious looking snakelike reptile on your porch isn't funny, according to Mrs. Raymond Stringer who lust week discovered (lie stranger .sunning on the porch of her country home on Highway Cl South at Dogwood. Killing the ! 1-Inch reptile with a hoe, Mrs. Stringer was Interested In identifying the species and so Mr. Stringer brought It to town. No one could identify the rcp'.ilc until assistance of Game Warden Joe Whitley was secured. He said it was a red-headed scorpion. .Cicorue R. Clean vs Pauline Kdim 1 Clean; William A. Hammonds vs Ile.ssie Mae Hammonds; Henuonu O. Graves vs Martha 1!. (iraves; June Thompson vs mills W. Thompson; Cieralcline Vlnson vs James Vlason; Lillian Flo .Sava.-i! v.s James Savane Jr.; Ur.slcy Al- foj-il vs Wadena Allord. AKvlshcr l.lllle 1'rewltt v.s l-lllo I'rcwllt; Martin Uker vs Henry A. Uker; Kathryn Marble vs LaVerne Marble; Tom Lewis v.s Alma Lewis; Jimnllii Lewis vs Wllhinu M 1 . Lewis: Gerald LumlJii'l vs Jessie Mae Lamberl; Edgar S. Jaro v.s Maxlne Jaco; I")orolhy Gl- romla v.s Joseph Girondu; Hur- si'hell s. Dalian! vs Dorothy K. Dullard: George r 'ord Jr.. vs Mnrjorli- Ford; Leonard 11. Patterson v.s Madgclino 1'alterson; Andrew u. Evans v» Herllia 1C. Kviiiis; Alford 11. Smllherman vi; 1'anla" Smlllicrmnn; lla/el K. Lawson vs Horace C. Larson; Mildred Moiiney vs T. J. Mooney; Pansy llwroyv vs James llurrow; Lovf:tt:i Ktljiln vs Andrew Raymond Kdnln; Murniy K. Lamb v.s Minnie Lamb; .Jmuiltu Hubuard v.s Ktiyciie Iltib- bard. v.s R F. Delancy; (lien Anderson vs Klha Awlcr.sou; Marlha .Skinner v.s WIIMiim .Skinner; Krne.sl 1-:. Porter v.s Bonnie 1'urter. two inches. We ar c finding these roads very cost of'transporting such materials satisfactory," said A. E. Johnson from (lie higlier sections of the (office engineers and one of the state me almost prohibitive. i earliest men to work with them "The freight costs more than the ] H e listed as some of the early gravel itself," Wales says. soil-cement bas e jobs still holding To offset these high '- "— Highway Department is in the use of material Read Courier Ntw:. Want Ads costs, the pioneering at hand— the soil. Science Aids Koad Builders "If someone would have told 'Jne 20 years ago that we'd be building roads 'simply by niixjiig some substance \vith' tritvsoil, I'd have told him he was crazy," Wales said "But today we're doing just thai, and we think it holds the future to Arkansas* secondary rond system." Wales explained the. process as maxing the correct amount of cement — or in some eases asphalt — with the soil of the roads. This nn\ turc — averaging 10 per cent cement by weight is determined by cx- ap as about two miles from August .south, built in l!K)il; three miles from Leiichville north, built in 10311; six miles on highway 71 from Sulphur River 'to (lie Louisiana Hue built in 1041; and l"j miles from McGhee to Arkansas City built in 1940. Divorces recently filed but not yet granted: J. A. Dentou vs Esther Denlon; F. K. Ciossett v.s Rachel Gnssctl; W. D. uallard v.s Vcrn. Hallard; John W. Burton v.s Anrtit Lee mil-ton; Willie Justus vs C. W. Justus; Robert Wealherford vs Laura Weatherford; Pauline N. Johnson vs Paul C. J<lhnson; Jnlln Reynolds vs John Reynolds; Madge nay vs Alton li. Ray; Ar- llnc Casper vs Paul Ciisper; Oracle inunm vs Hillard Hamm; Booth Tarkington Dies In Home in Indiana INDIANAPOLIS. May 20. lUI'l-- A generation of Americans who grew up rcadlnii "1'cnrod" and "Seventeen" mourned loday the dealb of Itoolli Tin klniUon, one ol the nation's best loved novelists. Tiuklnijton died lust nixhl at th'- BH of 7c In his rambling, tree- shaded home Just four miles Horn Ihe scenes of lib, boyhood. He died of a bronchial obstruction. 'rlvale services will be Held In the I)|K. RuKllsh-slylp Turk Inx Ion home Thursday, and burial will Ijj In Crown Hill Cemeteiy here. One pound of talvMed fit 'Ivc bars of toilet «o*p. HEADACHE. Cip.<li>4 ««mi| M 4 *«U»r Mbmd l«i|i«4i«iui rlui w*k u«<t!»i I. |I» ?,hi rdbf Inn* bfiJicbt M4 MKutiU, Peltow 4u«tku >( UWL Uqu.dCAPUDINE Kvldcntly deciding thai sho'd do all rljjhl In n pinch, Los Angeles cops named screen actress Lynn Merrlclt, above, us honorary police cliluf for their annual po- . .. . lice show. North Dakota and South Carolina were the only two states in (Me inUlon dial did not report an Increase In crime last, year. Getting Only Half the Soop You Wont? Just since the end of the war, enough used fats to mnko over two hundred million big boxes of soap ' powder have been thrown' away. Until we get enough industrial fats to make all • the soaps and other peace- . '. timo goods we need, don't muko these mistakes! • • month. pEitroUnen recovered .stolen properly vnlucd at $50.021, including stolen cars valued at $-)},550, Porter said. State Police Report 1,130 Arrests in April UTrLE ROCK. Avk.. May 20. (UP)—More than 880 of the 1.130 persons arrested by the state police in April were convicted, according (o a report I'densed here today by Jnck R. Portci", state police director. They paid fines and costs loUiling $7.41G on charges that ranged fi^oni drunkenness to assault. During the * For Complete Insurance Service. Phone 3545 W. J. Pollard Agency Glcncoe Hotel BWg. * Do YOU suffer from v i CRAMPS NERVOUS TENSION M "CERTAIN DAYS" ol lti« rmmth? | If femnle ruiictloiml monthly tlls- turbftdcea make you suffer cr»iiii"i p | hcnUoclie, backnclic, wenk, llrcd, ncr- , vons. crfttiky rcclliica — nt aiicli tlniRH • — try LyUlR E. riiiKlmm'p- Vcsoltvtilo ' '' ' • . lmtn'« Coniijound'helps bvilld up ro- " iclstnti'ce 'Ai;nlnst Bnctt Bymptoma. Alia i tgr««t gtoujftbblc tuulci Tri/ Ht ' . JUST RECEIVED— One iVIeilinin Sixeil DELCO Hcotinq Plant Will heal up lo a 10-roum liousc First. Ciimc 1 —Kirst Served We will hiive a few more ol llii'si- plants laler and will IK; jjliicl to buok your order for them Blan Heath Auto & Home Supply Dionc KK 'II!) West Main St. FARM TELEPHONE LINES A-BUILDING Using 3. power digger attached to their truck, this rural telephone line construction crew can dig a hole and have a pole in place inside of 10 minutes. Up-to-date methods of construction are at hand lo help speed our 14-million-dollar program of extending rural telephone service in the Southwest to all who want it. Plans made during the war are now taking shape in the form of more lines along roads and highways and more new telephones in more farm homes. By the end of 1946 we expect to have installed 40,000 new rural telephones. The over-all program calls for 165,000 in five years in the five states we serve. SOUTHWESTERN BELI. TELEPHONE CO. Meet JACK W POWELL Mississippi County Representative NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE HOME OFFICE MONTPEUER COMPAN Y 'urt'lv iMufdal Clyde II. Wclinnii, C. U U., Clcncrnl Agent for National Life Insurance Compnny. Montpclier, Vermont, lukex pleasure In announcing the poiulmcnt of Mr. Jack W. Powell. Blythevillc. Arkansas, as representative in Mississippi County. Mr. Powell has just received un honorable discharge as a lieutenant ($. g.) in the United States Nuvy. after -I. 1 , months' service In the U. f3. N. 11.. lu which capacity he served as a member of Fig] Fourteen aboard the Aircraft Currier Wasp. He will devote full time to the Trl-Stale Agency of this Company as a career underwriter, In which position we also anticipate great honors for him. He Is v(!ll-ec|iilppc(l by training and practical ex-' perlcncc lo render a professional iypc of life underwriting service lo tlic Insuring public. Since ills release from active duly by the Navy, Mr. Powell lias hnd intensive IrnlnlnK In our Memphis office for three months. He has recently returned from onr Veterans' Ilcfreshcr Course held at Mnnlpelicr, Vermont. His address is Veterans Housing Quarters. Illv- Ihevtlle. Arkansas, \vhcrc he will ijlvc sound counsel In relation lo Insurance and annuities. CI-YDI-: K. \VK1,MAN, C.I,JT. General A^eut 12(11-1! Kirst. National lt;mk AIKMI'IIIS, TKNN. vou «rr 4* fon. tfCH POUttO. SCXAfB THOSt PANS' CXTKA. 'CHOPS tifaeSs soap KEEP TURNING IN USH) FATS TO HELP MAKE MORE SOAP RED RYDER Reprieve BY FRED HARMAK 7ME1 A 67£P 7OUAKD Wrt/P, 'HE n/DCEt LASHES OUThJlTHHi'6 Wf/Wj.'J

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