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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 6, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 0, 1946 Hitler Guessed Right and Lost Normandy Invasion Expected, But Germans Could Not Stop Allies. PHILADELPHIA, June «. (UP) — Lt. Gen. W. Bedell Smith, (Jen. Dwlght b. Elsenhower's chief of staff, revealed today that Adolf Hit\Cf— employing his "intuition"—correctly guessed that the allied invasion of Europe would strike «t NoviiiancJy. Smith's revelation made just two years lacking .one day after the D- Dny-; landings'w^s presented in the first. Installment of a commentary entitled "Eisenhower's Six Great De- cislolis," published by tlie Saturday Evening -.Post. Smith revealed that Interrogation of (lie German general staff had reveafi&.:tMt.~in Mayl' 1S44, Hitler decided that the allies "would l:|id in Nomiaiidy. The German genera stair })hd anticipated a landing on the' bharmel coast, between the Seine-and the Somme, and had erected -their toughest fortifications in tVt3t r area. ~ "_~~" , However, ftheii. ' Hitler decided trmt Hie landing would pe in Normandy '• a parachute division was OTdcralTKast frpnv the eastern front, one o'f. the last reserve divisions troni Germany was ordered up and Field Marshal Erwin Rommel's pnn- zer divisions were' : deployed to meet n thrtist in the Normandy region. Despite these preparations, Smith revealed, the Germans did not give miy special alert''to'their Normandy .'forces.J. although they .built up tjieir reserves of •:•, arms and munitions, n ••.•"• A key. misconception of the German high command. Smith said was their belief that the initla landing's in Normandy would >> followed by a second 'major land ing by :tii e forces of Gen. George S. pattQn on the Channel coast. .together—for a While Marriage License* Marriage licenses Issued during the past two weeks through the local office of the county courl clerk were lo the following couples: Elmo G. Fink of Jeffersontown, Ky,, and Miss Pauline Norman of Blythevllle; Cecil B. Neel and Miss Jewell Underwood, both of Leochvllle; Russell Burns Parker and Miss Lillian Flarnle Clifton, both of Blythevllle. Eislcy Alford and Miss Mertis Moore, both ( ,f Blythevllle; J. W. Russell nikl Miss Geneva Brown. both of Blytheville; William A. ConneU of stcele, Mo., and Miss Rula Birmingham of Hornersville, Mo.; Oscar Lee Stewart and Miss Louise Brlley, both of Manila; Nance und Miss Lois Louncll Center, Ky.; Miss Mamie Jean Fmiglit, both of Blythevllle. ol irayll, Mo.; Fred Eugene Mensing and Miss Monica Therese Stall, both of Belleville, III.; R. L. Murphy of Stcele nnU Mrs. S. M. Murphy of Blytheville; Charles A. Slik of Ui-nlon Harbor, Mich., and Miss Bonntc Summers of Roscland. Pluycl Ci. Fincher and Miss Efflc Dlldrtie, lK)th of Blythevllle; Harold Edwnvd Anderson and Miss Belly Jane Mai-tin, both of Blytheville; Earle Harold Hogim and Miss Minnie Lee Clark, both of Manila: W. C. Brewer of Paducah, Ky.. and Mrs. Grace V. Grace of SI. I.ouis; Charles Hnnoy of Blythe- vllle and Mrs. Mary Kolwyck n! vlounlain Grove, Mo.; James Jackion Marks of Carydon and Miss Mary Alia Sun/ of Henderson, Ky,, Donald Fnineis Walter of Germantown, l'a., and Miss Kosc Joan Ijomliolnskl of niythcvllle. James Robert Reedcr of Blytl)3- ville aim Miss Katie Ruth Mcllwalii of Helena-, Melvln Lloyd and ,Mls'i Virginia Taylor, both of Blythevllle; Thomas C. Hardin of Dell mid Miss Irene Tinker of Blythevllle; Walte A. Freeman and Miss Andie Rcecl .both ol Caraway. Ark.; Donald Jennings Pafford, both of Blythe- IW. l.i'e and Miss Katharine Thomp vllle; Sherman Abernnlhy of Ken-json. Ijoth of Biytheville; Thoma. nctt, Mo., and Miss Sue Dpckcry'W. Thomas of Cambria, Wise., an< Steelo, both of La Johnnie Oiler and Melvyn S. Farge of Bakersfield, Calif., and Miss Virginia .M. Bicknell of Miami, T'la.; Zepha Edwards or St. Louis and Mrs. Thelma Nelson of Blythevllle; Richard Aubrey Prichard and Miss Mary Sarah Anne Eskrldge, of Blythevllle; John William Danco | nd Miss Alice Sherman, both ol it. Louis; Carl Duncan and Miss Virginia Payne, both of Blytheville; Wayman Allison Harris and Miss cneva Weaver, both of Cooler, \io.; C- P. Walter and Mrs. Bertha VI. Ebersohl, both of Murnhyfiboro, II. Flyod E. Shrlde and Miss Hilda I. Davis, both of Manila; William H. Collins and Miss Ethel M. Hav. x>th of Portagevillc. Mo., Arthur 3. Kellog and Miss Edythe Byinc, both of Chaffee, Mo. Read Courier Rewt- Want Ads Terry Abstract & Realty Co. ' Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Service Calls » Year $1) Repairs to Electric Appliances Fully Guaranteed BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. (Where Courtesy Is Not a. Memory) 13» E. M»ln St. Phone 3616 f.ii's'. Gertrude Hornboslcl. leprosy victim whose husband's gallant LlVuil to live with her in a leprosarium slirrcil tlic country, waves ti clicery sjoortl)} 1 ;is she leaves Son Francisco lor the Fcdenil I.cpro- k.riwn'iU Curvillo. l..n. Her husbiintl, Mnj. Minis Gcoriio I-lorn- Ucr.tL'l. l;;il;i;in "death march" veteran, lost his fight mjainst sei>ar;i- Uou, tut wus 'pel-milled to U\Uc the tui> Willi her and will be nllowcd to visit her-daily. Butter, Soap, and Lard To Continue,as Scarce Items for Many Months i c WASHINGTON, June 5. (UP) — The Agriculture .Department said today that butter, soap and lard v.ili cbntinu^ .scarce far into next ycnr.' .' . . It tsaid domestic production of ' fats dnti oils next year would drop five (o^ 10 per cent, sonp would. be more: scarce this year, it said, be- cniiEC. of n 3 per cent cut In the fats allocation and an 8 per cent increase in civilian population. And 'it added there was no relief in Republican Selected UN Representative WASHINGTON, June 0. (UP) — Sen. Warren R. Austin, B.. Vt., was named '>y President Truman yesterday to succeed E. R. Stet- linivis, Jr., as American representative on the United Nations Security Council. The appointment will not ve- come effective until next Jan. 3, when Austin's Senate term expires. Austin Is expected to resign shortly from the Senate, according to the White House, and serve In an advisory capacity until his appointment can become legal next First Telegram Itiglit One LA JARA, Col. (UP)—Western Union officials here believe they've reached the acme as far as quick job turnover Is concerned. .She offered to work for Western Union until her husbund was discharged from .service. That's .right, the first telegram she handled was Iroin hubby ami away sl) e flew. MARKET WE GIVE 109-IM MAIN STREET EAGLE STAMPS YOUR EXTRA SAVING It has been estimated that the odds ngalnst a person in the temperate zone being struck by nlng are 1.200,000 to 1. llght- AVAILABLE ABOUT JUNE 15th SUPER SUDS large 260 — AVAILABLE NOW — Meantime, Hcrschcl Johnson, deputy American representative, will be the official representative of this nation. White House press secretary Charles G. Ross snid that the ap- . . from the butter shorlage. Thb 1 department reported recent pointment of a rnnkiiig Eepublican increases in the price of corn and member of the Senate" Foreign Re- olhcr 'leed grains probably wquld lations Committee was further evi- rcsvtl), Hn a substantial cut in the dcncc in Mr. Truman's belief in Fall ,pjg,; crop arid .early marketing j "blPnrtisnn policies where the for- of the-'lSpring crop. "Both of these developments,". it said,' "will mean less Inrd and crease* next year." ut .Ads. Ign relations of the united States re concerned. WALLPAPER 48c Washable •Now 32c 30c Lightfast Now 20c \Vall\iapcr Now .... E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PALMOLIVE, Bafli Size 2forl9c PALMOLIVE, Regular 3for20c COLONIAL, PURE .Strawberry - - - - 1 Lb. Jar - 69c DOROTHY'S PIECRUST 8 oz. Pkg. - IOC SUNSHINE, KRISPY CRACKERS SODA 1 Lb. Pkg. - 18C BURRY'S And ftiltow iiiKlTucttons in tho D.nll Hlue Uook. To pel ymir copy Mini lOc witliyournanic anil adiittMto— • Bill BMTHEHS COMPANY, Mnnck.lB.1. -Dorothy Hargrove, above,, has been chosen "Color Girl" -for the 1 June Week graduation ceremonies at the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, ^Id. Daughter bf Mr. and Mrs. George C. Hargrove, of New York City,.she is h student at the University ol ; Maryland and the fiancee of Jilidshipman James.Burnett Wil• son. of Charlotte. N. C. They plan to be married in the Little 'Church Around the Corner in . -New York. Need a . 24-hr. Service ,^_Mi«* \Our . Recording Studio! We 'have installed (he -very^lntest ^Equipment •for'"Re«ortlifis 'Voices, Band and Orchestra Music .and Messages. .We...ateo Rent Sound Equipment for Indoor and Outdoor Events. BLYTHEYII.LC P. AUIO SUPPLY Only lJ2So. 1st St Call Bonded and Insured Bill Wundcrlich FURNITURE pi course, -we aon't get .all we could sell, but ns we get It our policy will be first come, Ilrst served. Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 East Main Phone 2302 AH onr Employees are War Veteran*. GINGER BREAD MIX 14 oz. Pkg. - 25C VENUS NAVY BEANS, Pre-Cooked Yi Lb. Pkg. - 9C PAPOOSE 01. MARASCHINO CHERRIES $1.14 Gradc-A, Whole MILK, Fresh Quart : 14c POST'S , RICE TOASTIES oz. Pkg. 2for16c SUNBEAM DICKIES Sweet I IV»l\L,L<Jr JfVvvl EVERBEST, 100-COUNT PICKLES, Sour COMPLETE I NSU RANG E SERVICE IN ONE AGENCY AT Lower Cost United Insurance Agency * • A. F. Dietrich, Manager Btythevillc's Only Exclusive Direct Writing Agency ;:''• of Lending Companies 200 t/t West Main St. Phone 510 ••••••••••••••••••••••••I CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Sludebakcr Service WE RIIY AND SELL GOOD USED CAUS Lex Chnmljlin Hill Cliamblin Phone 2195 Railroad & Ash Sta. ,'i Monsters NEURITIS, ARTHRITIS, RHEUMATISM These three monsters have caused more pain and suffering than all other human ailments combined. And during the past 50 years Mountain Valley has fought them day in and day out; and has to its credit many notable victories. Probably G to 8 glasses of this natural alkaline water may bo the greatest blessing you have ever known. Try it for 90 days, CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP and Division Blytheville. Ark. HOT'S BODY SHOP Knily and Fender Specialist. Wrecks rebuilt. Guaranteed Work. Reasonable Prices. Free Estimates. •112 E. Main St. Phone 3456 Day or Night FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS :• OR PINTS 39c Gais.! $1.39 CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. List your properly with me. My commission is 5%. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 So. Second Thones 416 or MEATS USED GARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. .If-yon are poing to keep your present car let us give you an estimate on reconditioning your motor, body and painiing. Credit terms can be arranged. Tires, Tuhcs and auto and home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. ,OWsmoht)e .GiVlC Trucks East Main St. Phone 519 YES We will have an ample supply of beef and fresh Pork. PRODUCE Home (irnwn, Stringlcss Green Beans.. Ib. 10c Home (Jrown, Fresh Refrigeration Air Conditioning The Ultimate in Mechanical Ability and System Designing M. D. TULLOS Telephone 2260 Cabbage , . , Ib. 2c Arkansas Grown Cucumbers . . Watermelons . Ib. 5c Your Home Owned Grocery .and Market M Plenty of Parking Space in Pear of Store M NOTICE TO CAR OWNERS \ 24-Hour "Rain ["—25c If it rains williin 21 hours ;:1'Lr you have had your cnr washed at our station and you arc a holder ol otir Card, just present Card within -IS hours and we will wash it again— FREE! SPECIAL! WASH AND GREASE JOB $1.50. MARK'S AUTO SERVICE YOUR ONE STOP STATION Phone 2611 ASH & SECOND

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