The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1946 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, JUNK 12, 1046 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Russian Fliers Acts Protested Aviators Engage In Target Practice Over U. S. Air Field Bits of News Mosjtljr Personal VIENNA, June 12. <UP>— n-.isslnu flRlitor planes cugugccl ill t ]>i:ictk'e over Hie Ainertuaii air nl Tulln today, prompting vi«oro'H protests by On. Mark W. Clark Cul. Gen. L. V. Kurti.sov. aciiny Soviet roniinnncli-r loi 1 Austria. Twice this morntin; Soviet fi^lit ftrraked over Tiilln, noiiliwi^l of Vienna, firini; at sleeve tavneis drawn by their own planes. o»;> from the first squadron ilivoa ( >vci the Tnllu radio tower ami fired at n roil HUB on the antenna, iccord- in;; to soldiri.s who were neavliv. Clark pniiesied twice to the Russians. Kiinisov s:'!d he knew nuiii- ing of tlio Incidents, but would investigate at once. The Tulln turgel practice nmrkwl' n renewal of a series of incidents in which Clark protested to the Soviets against the activity of Russian phuu's over Austria. Russian fighter.! several times attacked U. S. rmm- !>t>rls while they were flyius in their own /one:; and l:nies of Austria. Four finhters appeared over Tulln at. !t:l"i a.m., firing at a sleeve l trailing; behind another fit;ht'.'r. At 1 1 :0f> a.m., on-lit fighters rrapp"arcd, I Jonesboro was !»!;:lin firinic at an aerial Iar;>e1,. Ali of her father, K the fighters were believed ti> l;p P-39 Airacobi'as. ac<|Uired by (hi- liiissiiins through lend-lease. Rural Club Women Discuss Child Core The Home at Lone Oak home of Mrs. Tom PAGE THRgK Deinonstrntion Clnb met Motulay at th-.i 18. K. Davis. Mrs. presided and Mi^. I Wednesda\ - . June n ph"l<]j;ruph would be them. THi> County I'lay TournuiiK'iit aii ( [ County 'council UIni;o 1'iuty wnv discussed nnd the offices ol tin- club plan (o attend the Kxeeu- livc luvird Meeliui; at Dogwood <>» The first firoup flrw at 1,; 2.000 feet directly over tile Kieli plane fired two or Uuei> within a brief period. 'Hie .00 to I field. mrsts ifeond group fired at least two bursts. No American plane was in (he air at the time and no damage was reported. '• Architect Dies JONESBOno. Ark.. Jim 12. (UP1 ; —l''unei ul services wore plnmml here otlii.v fi»r Wlllimn Ric'linvcl CUI-ZOD, 1^- yrar-olc! WL'll-kiinwn Noilhini.sL Arknnsns architect, who died hr-re late Monrtay. lie is survived by his 'Yifo. l\vo suns, his father and one sister. Itond Courier News Want Ads. Seeks U. S. Bases Copenhagen reports sny Brig- Gen. C. V Hayncs. above, wartime commander of Ihe U. S. ah- base on Nesvfoiindlnnd', is negotiating with Denmark for long-term leases of American wartime bases in Greenland. The U. S. is also said to have : proposed Inking over weather nnd rndnr stations on the Dan- is!i-nwriod Faeroe - Islands, southwest of Iceland. Stations we now operated by British ; personnel. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd H. Wise arrived here las( night to spend few days of their wedding trip *tlh his pi\rents, Mr. nnd Mi's. Lloyd V. Wise. They will then B°|i m Y to Tusenloosa, Ala , to make their home while lie is attending the School of Commerce nt University of Alabama. Mis. Wise Is the former Miss Julia Mac Fears of SI. I-ouls. Mrs, L. E. Gordon nnd son. Murshall. left this afternoon for Blue Field. W. Vn.. to join Mr. Gordon, who Is employed there. Mrs. Gordon a»d son will be accompanied to. Memphis by lier parents. Mr. and Mrs. Iverson Morris. Mr. nnd Mrs. Morris will remain in Memphis for a brief visit with her sister, Mrs. Minnie Arnold. Mis.s Maxlnc Held will be In Cape Cilrnrdeatt, Mo., until Saturday with friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stalcup and two children, Charles and Betsy, have returned from St. Louts. v,herc he attended to business several days. Ernestine Holt has returned from Jone.sboro and Butcsvlllc, where she spent a week with rein- lives. At Biitesville, she visited her cousin, Mona cald_we]3. ami at liiest of relative M. Holt., operator <)f 'Holt Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. Holt motored to Joncsbon: j for her. LI. Conulr. John Loy IMshop and Mrs. Bishop are to spend a part of Commander Bishop's 00-day leav< here before eoinu to Washington, D C., his next post with the Navy Commander Bishop, on sick leave following treatment at a hospital'in Memphis, at present is visitlnij hb father and other relatives in Pay- etteville and Mrs. Bishop already here with her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs Tom F. Martin at Pel). Joe Shanks Jr., is recuperating -.it his home. 112 East Davis, following lonsileclomy yesterday at Walls Hospital. . Condition of Mrs. 'John Wagnon, who. lias been a pa'tienl nt Blytheville Hospital, is improved. It is probable that she will be removed within Iho next three days to her home nil Asli 'Street: Dr. .and ..Mrs. Fred .W. Sayre o! Cotdwater. Mich., /arrived Monday night to spend several days here as guests O f his aunt. Dr. Edna Nie.s, and Dr. Carl Nies. From here Dr. and Mrs. Eayre ' will 'go to New Orleans. La., 'for a' visit before returning home.. EerijL inea I. Holines has re- 1'irned to her base at Port Heavers, Mnss., after' spending a 20-day furlough with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B: L. Holmes of New Liberty. - • Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Benjnmui Hall and son, Richard, have motored to Daylona Beach, Fln.I for 10 -lays vacation. . Mr. and Mrs. R. n. Mathis aiul family have retnrh'ed from Port Worth, Texas, where they wore guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnlhis' daughter, Mrs. C. G. Briggs Jr., and Mr. Briggs. She is the former Miss Bobbie Mathls. Mrs. Brigi;s' jistcr MRS Doris Matins, will spend the Summer in Fort Worth. The Mathi Mmily was nJcompanied' by Mi.-.., .Jnanita ElKrdt. danshler of Mr. aiv Mrs. Gus Ebenit, who will be ijuest of her sister in Dallas this Summer Mis. J. O. Hucy gave :4ra!ion on imiklni; kraiil hil.itul some fiorlieted which had bi'i'ii made last, mci'lini:. The iK'xl mci'lini; w demon- aud the liome of Mrs. Gl?n Davis led noup sinaini;. Mrs. Forrest Mooiv Kiivo HIM devotional. Mrs. li. p. Weeden v.-.is ni-U'iimwl is a new member. Mrs. Hobcrl Davis of Ulythevilie was a visitor. A demonstration was held on ear- tor children at mu'ihiiss aiul evcral inlcreslini; points were dis- nssed. Amoni: others the Bi'oiip decided that a child should ncv'T punished for bPiny restlew nt a on(j meeting. Evcryoiu 1 gave a reporl on hei 1 irden nnd Miss Com f-ee G'ole- The Sliiidy Clrove Home Demon- nnn, home demoiislr.mon ntjenl, isliatuin Club met Monday at the .old Mrs. J. w. Fields and Mrs. llicn.i 1 of Mrs. John Williams wllli Forrest Moore the irporls of Iheii'iMrs. K. K. Loveless, president, pr-'- unrdens sounded so interesting llmt ' dding. Mrs. John Williams led the ,(aken of isivup t\i\Mu K and Mrs. Uilu Wil-! Mams jjuvi- the devnilonal. | An Interesting display of thrill Hiuuienl.s was shown by the club I luenibers and Mrs. John Williams] demonstrated mal;ini; a bedspread from feed.saeks. Mis. K. n. l.ovele.w lame a demonslialion on making kiiuil. Tin- nexi meelhiB will be held b:iby bios on June 13 at Ihe home of Mrs. since U" 1 Knymoiul lX)iiner. Mrs. Donner wlli I've a demonstrnlion on ninklii; be held ,^i : ip. Mreball Is Ihe first slni;li>- airplane which has a full- iValheilnit prapvllcr. Tills feature pc'finlts the pilot to select Jt'jl or propeller power or a combination or ijuth. Rend Courier Newa Want Ad». HEADACHE, CjpoJW tonulni 4 iptriillr trlftltj IncitJitnu ll.jl ODiE, u-srih*r to girt quick fttlil Liquid CAPUDINE Shady Grove Club Meets With Mrs. Williams HOT'S BODY SHOP llody ami Punier Sprrlnlfat. Wrtrks rrlmill. Guaranlrri) Work Rrasoniiblf I'rin's. Free Iftllmitai. \ •112 K. Main St. Day m- Nljjhl A single cylinder of Ihe engine in the nose of the Fireball develops more than 151) horsepower or greater power than the entire engine of an automobile. The use of parking meters has decreased thee average parking time of an automobile . on city street,-;, according to Ihe Municipal Finance Officers' Association For a wipi! live Iniy, look to Tliorobrcils \vitli Dayton "Kay- tex Fortified Cord, flic dale of in ami failure moulded into tlio side wall is assurance you arc tlie latest tire improvements . . . therefore, the best! •As of Aliril IT,. 19[r.. nil Paylon THQROBREDSfy T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 E. Main Phone 2122 KIRBY DRUG STORES MAIN AT SECOND — BROADWAY-DIVISION .- «<., • ' * .. •' ; BLYTHEVILLE. ARKANSAS For Cash Balance of Week YOUR BEST ASPIRIN BUY 100f«r 33C Walgrceii's finest! OR. WEST'S Miracle-Tuft loom Jmpwlerf O/aficn Potent Cod Uver Oil f6 A WINNING COMBINATION Your <l<xlnr amlyniirp 1 artntr *rf ...worl fi" 1 yowr t'.oivL llrro »t oilr Ntoro, tint |)Jrlncrtiliij} U Liolli tlicfishcil ami iirntccl. rtl. 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UPJOHN SUPER D Cod ffyer oil concentrate. 8-01 10c Wave Set at Low Price \Nap-flaky, '• — * Cleansing Tissues 15c box All You Want. Hair Brush Nylon Krislle $1.50 to $4.50 Monogrammed Book Matches 50 for $1,50 100 for $2.50 Heat Powders Johnson & Johnson Mexsana ......... Kiddie ........ Parke Davis . . . CHAMBLIN SALES CO. t Bales Stodebaker Berrfe* WE BUY AND SELL-GOOD USED CARS I,ex Chamblin . BID Ctumibttii Phone 2195 Railroad * Ash Schick Razors lOe SIZE J HYDROGEN § PEROXIDE • SHAMPOO MINOYL NKULM. TUBf 20 CERAOYNE TABLETS (Periodic Pain) 33c Top Prites for Cattle, Hogs Short haul — Less shrinkage and no commission means mart money for your livestock. LEO SWIFT ' Phone 3458 CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! •'or it quick Hole sue me. I have buyers for horn**: List your propi'i'ty with me. My commission Is '5%. have no sidelines. . H. C. CAMPBELL ^6 So. Si-i'und PbvnM 44( «r • ——^——«-^—i«^ ^•••^•••••^nHi^llHli^iii^HHiVHHBIBBBl f^ mm ^^^^^^^^f Let us develop and print your kodak pictures. Film left Monday baci^ Thursday, film left Thursday back Saturday. FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S$^0 Estimates S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. ""Wane 3646' 0*42525'. USED CARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. If you nrv ^(iln^ In koep y.uir prespnl cnr let us (?fve yini :in csHmiilc on ipcnnriilicmiKjj yoiir motor, body and painting. ' ' . ,. ' Cri-ilil terms can be nrrnnj;cd. Tires, Tubes nnrt Bhti. nnd Immc rnrfios fnr sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmnhilr Kiist Main St. •f!MC Trucks 1'hnhf 519 FURNITURE Of course, we don't (jet all we could sell, but ns we get it our policy will uc first come, first served. • . ••• Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 Enst Main Phone 2302 All our Employees are War Veterans. RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans 213 W, Walnut Phone 2381 WASH TIFRRS \ vou-Li. NOTICE.rm IP.,irs \THEOIAIS,GAUGES ) POINTING STRAteHT « VOJR \AW HORN «SE ALL ' HEAP...THIS BUTTON us'o ~ ' THE HANDLE OPERATSS A EATTEEV IS TKE BOKTHAT .CREATES THE SPARKS) [PHONV/ VK FISUBE V VOU FWO OVER SI* DOLLARS- Yos. Th»1's TURNEH BUT HOW COOLD !SH KNOW m WD His PARTNEE, XOrl.MV STMS MP WE/ THEN TMW SNMcE IN THE mSTED FOB SWINDLINS 1 SRASS SISVN.ED TO ISH :\ WHICH 3M?S CONTAINED '^ THE OEE! OS1W «Y5£LFMP^SH1LLKHE«- 1'EM. «6Hia!!OH,MYSrARS! BUT H£ V)A5 Af 1ER HW F.B.I. CREPOTW.S! Refrigeration Air Conditioning The Ultimate in Mechanical Ability and -• System Designing M. D. TULLOS Telephone 2260 i COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE IN ONE AGENCY AT Lower Cost * United Insurance Agency A. P. Dietrich, Manager Blyfhevitlc's Only Exclusive Direct Writing Agency 1 ' of leading Companies West Main St. . Phttfe 516

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