The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1947 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 9, 1947
Page 11
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FRIDAY, May 9, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.): COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Civil Rule Urged Within Germany Secretary Maishatl Favors Early Shift in Government Controls May 9. (UP) — Secret a r/Jf state George C. Mar- was about ready today to | ake Ihe long-delayed stei) of trans- i.' "ring control of the U. S. Zone .11 Germany from military to civil I mlhorities. Marshall's willingness to convert lie American military government Jo an American civil government l.youUI reverse 158 years of State 1 Department tradition. The dcvrart- j uent heretofore has vigorously re- I istcd taking over any functions I'xccpl the formulation of policy. Previous secretaries of state — [/specially James p. Byrnes — have I>H very strongly that the State Ijlcinrtmcnt's job ended with crea- n of policy; that il was someone c's job to carry out the policy j.'n Ihc case of Germany, Byrne ;vantod administration left with th I'A'ar Department. Hut Marshall, a veteran of th' I.Var Department, is ready and will 1-iiB to change nil that, I; Marshall's new approach to State icpartmcnt, functions also will fit l.uto plans for implementing the KTruinnn doctrine'' in Greece and Ipiirkey. That program of military Itnd economic aid will be administered by the State Department. I'larshal! already has assumed per- onal direction of preliminary plan- CalHornian Drills Well And Is Disappointed to trike Oil; Wanted Water •rtlLAREj Cal., May 9. (UP)-Oil 11 everywhere, and noi n drop of water to drink! That's what Charles Stiutevant, aiser of cotton, turkcyi and cal- le, was muttering today. Sturtevant drilled a wcii for walci on his ranch ,nnt\ struck oil—an r.c- cUlent thai usually bmifo forth jlart crys. But not from Sturtevnr.l. "We'll shut It off and try another spot,' he said unhappily. "All I wnnt lb a water well." -low Super-Planes From Super-Base Can Range World ulng for that job when Congress ;ives its approval. Marshall revealed his views 01 ihis subject at lu press conference Wednesday — his first sincekrf- turning from Moscow. He was sL,- cd about War Department desires to get rid of the job of running the government In the Americai zone of Germany and to turn I over to tee Slate Department. He said he knew all about tha because he first proposed it t Byrnes while he (Marshall) wa chief of staff. According to Mai- shall, Byrnes always reiused on th ground that the State Departmcn didn't have the . machinery to d the job. But Byrnes never mad any secret of the fact that he op posed the idea in principle an opposed making the State Depart menl an "operating department Marshall did not commit himself to take over the German government job now that he 1:' running the State Department. But he said emphatically that "lie still though the State Department rather than the War Department should run the American section of the German government. * Notice of Red Cross Annual Meeting Notice is hereby given that the iinnual meeting of the Chicka- . sawbn District Chapter of the American Red Cross will be held in the Courtroom of the Chickasawba District Courthousj, Blythe- villc, Arkansas, on Tuesday, May 13, 1947, at 3:00 p.m. This meeting is being held for the purpose of making an annual report to the people of all activities carried on during the past year and to elect officers and board members who will direct the operation of the chapter during the next twelve months. Every person in the Chickasawbn District of Mississippi County who has contributed one dollar or more in the past twelve months is a member of this chapter and each member Is urged to attend and to vote. George M. Lee Chapter Chairman universities are loavinn the; sliite to ninke more money irlsewlirro. ' Dr. Vnlluui'C, In chui'dt' of U'ndi- LT placomcnl at Mluml University, Oxford, O., said smno of the graduates of the ii'iiolKT.s' college ill Miami lust your look li-udiing po- . stllons In Mk'htunu, IiKlliinn mid i Unlpli Heel, vice-president, in Kentucky bi'ciuiso they could miiko char^i* ol research and dcvelop- moiy money in tluise slates lhan nu-nl, disclosed that 1U of the llres tlu-y could In Ohio. . • liuvu nlrcudy .been built, In co- Glass Fires Developed; Said to Be Stronger NKWAHK, O.. (Ul 1 ) —The Pliavls Tire mill Rubber Company Is ex- peilinentlni; with lire's made of operation v;lth Ihe Owens-Corn- ii-., Flt-3i-g!ass Co., also of Newark. The new tires are made of spe- cliii high-strength' glass cord fabric, which will be built loto two- ply tiros. The company claims the glass tires are 40 per cent stronger than four-ply tires made of re- Kiilar fabrics, und will .weigh three prmnds less than the company's standard first line tires. Murder Charge is Filed In Shying of Fisherman HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. May 0. (UPy — First degree murder charges, today faced Jack E. Kress of Tulsa. Okla., in connection with the shooting Monday night of Fre:I Sharp, a commercial fisherman. Kress was bound over to the Garland County Grand jury yesterday. Sharp, was shot to death at Cor- clcll's landing on Lake Hamilton after' an argument with KrJss- Other persons on a fishing party with the Oklahoma man said that the shooling was accidental, and that sharp had threatened Kres.s witli a knife. > Kress told officers that he fircrl into the ground in an effort to frighten Sharp, but that the man, who he said had been drinking heavily, [ell into the line of fire. was being held without j I'ond. but attorney. Earl Lane, said that he would seek a writ of ha., as corpus for his release. The grand jury will meet Monday. Ohio-Trained Teachers Seek Jobs Elsewhere COLUMBUS. O., (UP)—Ollio lax payers arc fooling the hill to cdu catc school teachers who lake bet ter-paying jobs In other states. Dr. H. P. Vallancc, president o the Ohio Education AssocliUloi ts that teachers trained Ohio's state controlled colleges an LIFE BEGINS WITH COTTON! Pink little bodies are swaddled in Cotton to make I tfieir first bow to the svorld. Mothers know Cotton is safe. !t will not irritate the most tender, sensitive skin.| Cotton can be laundered soap-and-water clean, or, . boibd to make it absolutely free of germs. It may bs ^washed and worn over and over again. Each time it [ \ ( comcs back as sweef and clean as when it was first tised.f* ---- •"" tost year more than 2,500,000 little Americans ] began life with Cotton. As rock-a-bye lullabies for ijthese little tots change to bed-time, stories, tough, (serviceable, easy-to-wosh Cottons carry on through | J1he rough-and-tumble days of happy childhood. 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The First National Bank IN BLYTHEV1LLE The Only National Bank in Mississippi County AMERICANS USE FOUR TIMES AS MUCH COTTON AS All OTHER FIBERS COMBINED You (/>• Mor» Co,Men Becoui* CoHon Giv«i You Mora " * ( "f tttn's a (g&Ktffi/ff your future! Just One of Ford's New Beauty Features . ; : is the newly styled instrument punol with big, ne<v,casy- I o- road ilials . . . convenient, finger-tip controls ; ; . and snincl finish thai matches Ford interiors. — • Tofce a look inside. .. and enjoy the Ijcuuly of two- lone styling . . » rich plastic appointments . . . smart ly tailored fohrtrs. us show you aU the features thnl make Ford finer in M71 PHILLIPS MOTOR COM Walnut at Fifth —Blyrhevillc, Ark.— Telephones 453 3715

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