The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 23, 1949
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 23,1949 Russians Admit Berlin Seizures U.S. Commander Says Kidnapping by Reds No Longer Tolerated BERLIN, M«y 23. (If}— Brig. Gen. Prank Howley said Saturday Hie Russians have admitted tending "kidnapers" into the American sector of Berlin. In a blistering letter lo Soviet Commander Alexander Kotikov, Howley said he "appreciated the frankness" of the admission but added: "I assure you that I will not tolerate kidnaping in the U. S. sectoi o( Berlin. I will not countenance your sending police or other agents Into the U. S. sector for the purpose of arresting Germans or any other nationals under our jurisdiction." Howley rejected Kotlkov's dcnianc for return of nine Eastern Berlin persons who tried to abduct a Western Berliner and were caught. Howley said the men not -onl> would not be released but would be given a public trial. He remind?! Kotikov that the Americans have a list of "thousands" of Gerninii* reported "missing" In Russia] hands. The purported abduction iHtemii occurred four days ago. Howley said Kotikov wrote lo him Hint the So viet German agents had tried ti take into custody Gerhard Schuetl « bookdealer. on orders from Sovie Zone authorities. Kotikov is Bcrlii sector commander only. Howley re. plied: "While I appreciate' your frank ness in admitting that tills gan of kidnapers was sent into the U. S sector under orders, this does no lessen but rather accentuates th gravity of their action." General Kotikov said the man Schuett, was susi>ectcd of consph scy against the occupation powers. Howley retorted that Schuett and some of his associates already are under arrest for Investigation of such ft charge. Hal Boyle'i Colum Mirrors Earn Hal Boyle's Nomination As 'The Best Friend Man Can Possess' BT Hal Boyle NEW YORK. W)—The poor man's philosopher says: Mankind's best friend Isn't the dog, It'j the minor. A minor Is the only thing In life thai will give you back something or nothing besides an argument. What docs It, give you? It gives you back yourself—great big wonder- ul you. What greater gift can the world bestow? You can Judge a civilisation by' Shippers Board fleets DALLAS. Tex.. May 23. MPt— C. C. Dehme of Stiittgnrt, Ark., is the new chairman of the Southwest, Shippers Advisory Board. He was elected at the 29th annual meeting of the group here Saturday. Reed Courier News Want Ada. he number and quality of the mlr- ors it uses ,and there never WHS a ivillzation that didn't have them — and love them. The ancient Greeks had the legend of Narcissus, the beautllnl boy who .saw Ills reflection in a pool ml became enamored of it. He lined away and the Rods In pity nnied him into a lovely flower, a lower that through all these centuries still likes lo look at Itself In the water. Today the average man, yawil- g at hi.s unshaven face on arising, sees In (lie bathroom mirror something that looks more like a thorn bush than n flo\vei\ Oil, but le love.s i( Just the sumo. Yes, he love.s what he sres itl tile glass though he makes a wry face ?.t il. For he knows thai by a morning miracle IIP mid the mirror can play their daily game of Jekyll-nnd- Hyilo. He knows that in a few magical moments he will not longer see a face that looks like a shredded football. He will see a freshly shaven and .shining countenance .smiling tootliily al him—n countenance luminous with sincerity and character. All men see this face when they are alone with a mirror. And most every woman, no mutter how homely, sees therein another face— a face of desperate, ruinous bcauly a beauty that has escaped the attention of her friends. Offer Endlrss Possibilities That Is the nice tiling abmil mirrors. They arc such subtle critics. You can see ill them anything you .sec in yourself. And that makes the possibilities endless. If anyone invented a mirror thai said. 'Oh, yeah?"—Well, nobody would buy It. Look at the trouble caused by the famous mirror on the wnll that answered the question: "Who's the faires) one of nil?" Give mirrors voices, and the world would RO down in chaos. For the mirror is tile "yes man" that every human being needs. Dogs don't feel that way. Most dogs either bark at mirrors or ignore them. Who wants lo be re- ninded lie walks on four legs? And tlie average dog is too \vllh limself lo look at his reflection ind nurse: "The way that car falls sn't it like Clark Gable?" Women are more honest than men alxnit mirrors. They don't mine studying ^homselves En a mirror i Public. A man does it furtively. ITc •loesn't want anyone to -suspec low much he really admires himself. At the office if you walk int ;he men's room and surprise a fel low worker grimacing at himself li the mliTor. he .slurts lingering hi necktie or grabbing for Ills comb And he never likes you us well aft erward. Mirrors Offer Sllciil Klatlory But liis guilty feeling is pure 24-caral liy]X> Every man secretly knows he Is the brsl thills, ever r born Into an unworthy universe. Who'.s kidding whom? Tin; only regret I have when someone catches me ogling a mirror is that he doesn't burst into spontaneous, applause. That would n\ least show he had as much judgment us the mirror. In our time of mndcrn heartbreak, when people dwell in great crowds but live so utterly nlone, the mirror does most to keep peonl, healthy. It Is cheaper than the psychiatrist's couch, and no spoken word can soothe us like Its silent flattery. It keeps us from being altogether lonely. That is why they put mirrors in bars. A man, however beaten, can plunk his foot on the mil and look beyond the rows of bottles into the cyc.s ol I he one he knows best, who has liked hiir. mosl and longest—himself. And us he looks he knows that he will always hnve one admirer left, kindly nnd forgiving of Ills faults, in n world of woe and few friends. That is why It is bad luck to break a mirror. You destroy an iningc ol the finest one you ever knew. Goes on Trial •or Slaying former Wife LITTLK nOOK. May 53. (/Pi— lol>crl li. Smith, former Texas convict, was to go on trial in circuit court here today for the slaying of ils ex-wife. The 42-year-old defendant is churned with first degree murder. MI'S. Kally Darner, 40, was shot five limes In llio back May 4 us she walked toward University Hospita where she wns a nurse's aide. Smilh was arrested in Jacksonville, Ark., the next day. Smith had served lime In Texas for bigamy in connection with his marriage to Mrs. Burner. $6,780,000 assignment. Mississippi County has reached 39,9 per cent of Ihe local objective. The state reports show that Calhoun County leads with 308,1 per cent of the quota raised; Fulton County has 111.9 per cent; Pike, 131.4 per cent; and Randolph IM.t. The "white of the eye" Is a firm fibrous coat, posteriorly pierced by the optic nerve. Opportunity Bonds Sell Fast in Some Counties Mississippi Crmnly has rcixirtcd $M.!l8l.2f> in biiiKl sales liming the Opportunity Savings Bond Drive, which opened May .16, according to chatrmiiji, Jumes Terry of Blylhe- ville nnd Hen !•'. Duller n[ Osceoia. Four Arkansas counties have readied their quotas, and Hie stale has compktrd -12,8 per cent (if Us BOAT, MOTOR and TRAILER FOR SALE 16 Foot Century Run-About Tilts hull is solid Philippine mahogany, good paiut and varnish,* upholstered seats, windshield, all-remote steering, throttle, lights, and accessories. This boat Is In A-l condition. 22Va H. P. Evinrude Outboard Motor This motor has auto type carburetlon and conventional prop. Completely adjusted this spring at factory. A-l condition. Two Wheel Trailer This Is a Fruehauf springless, two-wheel boat cradle, equipped with under-water axle and wheels. This complete outfit U approximately tw ojrears old and cost over $2.000 new. It Is in perfect condition. My only reason for selling is that I am located too far from good boating water and do not have time to use this outfit. This is a bargain, and can be seen at any time. Make me an offer. H. C. TAYLOR ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE —:— JONESBORO, ARK. Rend Courier News Want Ads. It's King Size! SENSATIONAL NEW 1948 PHILCOilOO REFRIGERATOR WITH HUGE BUILT-IN FREEZER LOCKER J('s che biggest buy in refrigerators » . . i n sif.c , . . ami tn value. It's the refrigerator for ihc large family! ... with all these wonderful features.. . A higger-than-cver Free/er I.ocker v- itli \\\\ gc cl ea r s pa cc fo r fro/en foods and 2 separate shelves lor ice trays. 2 deep glass covered criisper drawers that keep fruits and vegetables crisp and fresh in in o i st co I tl. U n I i rn it ed shelf arrangement and flexibility. Kxtra CO Id, high humidity meat (1 r D w e r. Kasy-nut ice lrays. Roomy vegetable bin. HUBBARD&HOKE Phone 3450 Appliance Co. Blytheville iff tp4M $* s?' \ n facforY Representative Will Be In Our Store All Day Tuesday To Advise and Assist You. - CARLOAD SALE! ALL STEEL VENETIAN BLINDS 66 ^ CHOICE OF 13 SIZES WE SELL EVERY DAY AT 4.49 AND 5.49 • Widths 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 ond 36 in. All 64 in. long! • light weight all steel . . . bonderized lo resist rust! • OfF-white baked-on-enamel finish lor permanent beauty . . : will not chip or crack! • Easy to clean because of the smooth washable finish and flexibility oi Ihe slolsl • Strong woven cotton pull cords have decorative plastic knobs! • Dependable mechanism; automatic cord lock holds blind securely! • Attractively designed cornice tops give your windows o decorative appearance! • Easy to install . . . blinds come completely assembled with brockets and instructions! BUY NOW FOR EVERY WINDOW IN YOUR HOUSE! ASK ABOUT OUR MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANl How to Measure your Windows For installation INSIDE window casing ... meas- urs distances A and 8. Meosur* each window separately. Bring meas- Ufemenls with you. f For installation OUTSIDE window caiing ... measure distance! C and D. Measure each wlnte.v separately. Bflng ni*aj- urenianli with yoj.

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