The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 12, 1946
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WHDNKSDAY. JUNK 12, I'.MG ULYTHEV1LLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS Bevin Raps U. S. Jewish Proposal New York Wants to Send 100,000 to 4' Palestine, He Insists Bournemouth. June 12. (UP) — 'oi'i'lmi Secretary Ernest l)cv!:i charged today that the ni;ltatlon in Ihe United States for entry of 1UO.OOO Jews inlo Palestine "is because they do not want too nuny of them in New York." Hcvin made the .statement In n bristling defens e of lib, lorelsn pr,- liey before tlic animal labor party conference. He said lhat the Palestine proD- ^eiu had become an Internationa; issu c and lhal he was convinced that the wiping out of (lie British white paper on Palestine "did not lead us far enough." "The agitation of the United Elates." he said, "and particularly in New York lor 100.UUO Jews 10 he put in Palestine—and 1 do nut want Americans to misunderstand me—is because they do not wain too many of them in New Yor!:." Bevln denied that he was follov.- ing a conservative line in foreitji: policy mid defended Britain's foreign office career men and diplomats against labor party nlUuk. "I say the aim of my fonjigr. policy," he said, "is that I can g;; to Victoria station, take si tick:" and eo' anywhere the hell 1 iiKe without a passport or visa." He said his critics were attempting to pass i 1 . veiled motion o* censure against him. Bevin noted that backers of (he resolution which called on iilin to "return to a labor party forciyr. policy" had denied that it wa.- a vote of censure. "This is an old resolution cloaked in new jrtiruscs," he said-. "Ii condemns me for following a conservative policy. I deny it. I repudiate it." Recovered Crown Jewels PAGE FIV». Osceola Society—Personal .-Unrenclercd by ^VAC Capl. Kathleen Niish DiiraiH, of Ifudson, WIs., following her reported confession, the silver loot alxivc, stolen in the fl.ftOO.OOO German crown jewel robbery. Is in the custody of Army investigators who arrested Mrs. Dnrant and her husband, Col. Jack YV. Durant, of Kalis Church, Va., in Chicago, churning them with the theft,. UNEA Telephoto.) Governor Frowns N °" p '° lld °"' r ° kts On Highway Plan Idea of Borrowing $150,000,000 Gels Cool Reception LITTLE KOCK. Ark.. June 12 (UP)—Gov. lien Liuicy today contemned as Impractical a recent worth of bunds for highway con- itntctlon and promised plans for a sound highway program" in the near future. I am absolutely opposed to a bond issue." th c Governor -said. While I realize that something must be done to Arkansas" liifih- ys. I feel the citizens can solve the problem on a pay-as-you-go basis. Under no consideration would 1 approve of putting tile state under an additional .$150,000,000 debt." The Governor recalled that the slate was now paying $7.500.000 iinnually as interest and principal on the present, bonded Indebted-1 ness of S125.000.000. a debt which will not be paid off before 19T2. "I jproilise to place definite plans and a sound highway pro- grain belore the pcaule in the near future," Lancy said, "t don't believe it will be necessary to raise taxes a bit." Thc Governor said his program would not be announced until after his Jiighway advisory Committee completed its findings and made Over at State College JONESBORO, Ark.. June 12. (UP) - Di. William J. Edcns was In office today as the new president of Arkansas State College Here. The new official took over the presidency just as Arkansas State reached the highest enrollment In its history, 1,003. Dr. Kdcns en mo here from Mississippi State College nt SUrrkvlllo, Miss., where lie headed the Department of Agricultural Economic:;. lie was named head of Arkansas State to succeed Horace E. Thompson, now Collector of Internal Revenue in Little Rock. Miss Dorothv Woolen, student nt Mississippi State College fur Women. Colummis. is now at home after she became ill \vlicn attending school, she was motored home by ht'r parents, Mr. and Mrs, HS. Woolen. I'Ved Hanislcr, s. !•'. 3-c, who has .spent the past 17 months (in duty in llH> 1'nelfk', Is spending a 10- day leave with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kird lianlslcr. lie will report July 5 to New Orleans for discharge. Mis. Myron T. NailllnK Is in Atlanta, (in., visiting relatives. Mr. Naillini'. accompanied uy MLss Virginia "ullllnc, left Friday to Join her* there and attend the wedding of Miss Katlicrinc- I lodge In Ilen- (Icisun. C'.a. They are to 1)0 accompanied home by Miss llctsy CovliiKton, \\lui will spend I he Summer in O:,crola, Mi:;s June Rhoads Welbourn, who has been attending Union University, Jnckson. has arrived to .spend the Summer with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Khoads. Mrs. Hurry Miller and Mrs. Harry Miller jr., have returned homo from Nashville, Trim., where (hoy motor- rd for Miss I'atsy Miller, who will ;-pcnd the Summer In Osccola. •y were accompanied to Nashville by Mrs. litla Lo\vc. Miss Dorothy Roche Is .sending a week's vacation in Ashcvllle, N. C. Miss Carolyn Rhodes, daughter of Mrs. J. \V. Rhodes, lias Kone to Memphis, where she \vlll be employed at the Methodist Hospital as u student dietician. Miss Betty Ann Whltworth of Gerinaiilown, Tenn., has bceii tlie Hiicsl of Miss Adcllc Hook. Miss Hook and Miss Flavla Driver iic- cpmpanlfd her home to week in Gcrmantown as her yucst. Miss Anna Mei'le Massc'y arrived from Henderson, . N. C, Mlfis Hetty Lou Keniu'inoie, who ins been uttendiiiK I'Vee-lhuiie- iniin ColU'go, ili'inU'ii'.on Tenn., ins arrived to spend the Stmnncr *'lth her mother, Mrs. Jimu'.s K. Kennemore. Mrs. Kcnncmore mid James Kcnnrmorc went to Itcndcr- m to accompany her homo. Mrs. K. V. Sunders was confined to her home last week because of illness. Dr. and Mrs, George Cone and children. Shirley, I'atsy anil (ieon:e Mitchell, are .s|X-ndinn a month's vacation in San hVrnundo Valley, t'allf.. with Mrs. Cone's parents, Mr, and Mis. A. T. Mitchell. Mr. and Mis. A. W. Youni; and family have hud as their jin«i!:i Mrs. Young's sisters, Mrs. John Melntlre of atuttcurt, and MM. Lcc GiuKCll of Philadelphia. 1'a. Miss Hcllyo Jean llerkfon of Kansas city. Mo., hap been Ihe nuesl of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Applc- baiuu. In «)KI)KK lh« Chiiiiirry Court, <'liick«- Illstrltl, Mississippi County, Plalntilt, HONORABLE DISCHARGES Gaslon T. Davis, seaman, first. class. Route 1. Wilson, has received his honorable discharge from the , Navy through the Naval Personnel Separation Center in Bre- meiton, Wash. cfpne with the wind arc, the fervent "Vivas" of this crowd of Italian rnonun.-hists. pictured in Home cheering King Humbert II and his family (arrow) during recent elections, for the Italian people voleri for n republic. After only 2tf dnys on the throne, - Humbert ts out of a job. COOKING FAT Sis Wonderful! recommendations to him. Thc proposal t o issue S150.000.0QO in road bonds is ;\ part of an initiated act which O. N. Lawrason of Balcsville is sponsorlnn. • Coming Events THUnSDAY Knt ro Nous Club meellni; wltli .Its. Theodore 1-ouan. CiNB Club members quests o[ Mrs. Joe Fllxpnlrluic. Mrs. J. T. llickmiiti hostess to Al)ha Beta Bunco Club, Pldells Sunday School Class of •'Irst Baptist Church meeting wltii Mrs. i»n linlcy for iwi-luclc sup- ier. FRIDAY CDC Club meeting with Mrs. I loss Moore, Junior n/iynl Association of I-'Inl, Dnptlsi Chureh will meet at the clnnch, ;):;)[) p.m. Junior Fellowship of First Mi'th- idlst chureh meeting nt the church, •i:45 p.m. Matrons and Patrons of the Order of the Eastern Star mcolinn o'clock with Dr. and Mrs J. A. Sallba. Arkansas. Thomas C. Moore vs. No. [Kilti) Iris Attlesey Moore Defendant. The defendant, 4ilsAlllcsey Moore. Is hereby warned In appear within I.Mlrly days In the court named in I lie caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plalntllf, Thomns C. Moore. Dated this HI day of May, 1010. HAKVKY MORRIS, Clerk By Mary U'e Jarnill, ». C. II. G. I'artlow, Ally, for 1'llf, Gene K. llnulley, Ally, ad I,Item. NOTICK <H- CLAIM llnlli'il Kindts Driuiinicnt of tin .nlrrliir, (ii-nenil land Ofllce, Wasli- lllSlmi 25, I). ('. Notice Is liereuy [jlvcn tluit Druln- HHU District No. I'l, of lllytlievlllc, Arkansus, has lllcd application (17910. O. !,. O. series, under section ol Ihe- net of I'Vbrmiry W, PJM Ti Still. I'llO), to purchase tho S'd M!'.- Sec. 1, T, 15 N., H. il I-;., 1 . M., Arkansas. All persons claiming (he liind adversely will be allowed until JUIK IS, 191U, to Ille in this Olllce llinli objections to the Issuance of u pat. ent under the uforcsald uppliciktloii, THOB. O. HARVBLL Astlstunt Commissioner. 6|22-29-6|0-12-l» WABNINH (»KI>I:K (he Chancrry Court, Chkkn- u»ba DUtrlct, Mluilxlppi County, rkaiiHKS, Flossie Green Plalntlft, vs, No. 9000 Chinles Green Defendant. The defendant, CharlcK Green, 1« hereby warned to appear within thirty days In thc court named in the caption hereof and answer thc After Your 40th Birthday . . , 1,1 fi; Is often one nclic after nnolher. Drink Mountain Valley Water as n natural uld In the treatment of ARTHRITIS and NHUltrm. Don't ne«lect iTi'iirrlni; pains. Ask your Doctor about Mountain Valley Water, and how It helps to eliminate pu|u- causlni; toxins. Order a case today. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division BJytheville, Ark. omplatnt oJ the plalntifl r Grern. '. v • '. • • -•; Dated' th'tf 21 day o'f'ltay, IMt. '* HARVETif • MORRIS .Clerk ' By Mary Lee Jurrmtt, D, C. H. O. Partlow, Atty. Jor Pit*.'''" ' Gene E. Bradley, Atty. ad LJUm. '' FOR SALE Concrete Culvert tile Siies 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webt IIwy. Gl at Slate Line I'hon: Hlythevilte 714 RADIQ REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on any make or. mo^el Reliably W'vkmarisnip. PHONE 2642 We Call for arid Dellrer Fred Qollihah Electrical Appliance Co. AMtl»rfew4 MoUnfe Bail* Bab* and Canto 1*6 'South First St. " Ice Cold Watermelons Peaches Bfytheviilc CURB iMARKICT 130 East Main Street where she attended Passtfcru School tor Girls, lo spend (he Snmmci with her parenl.s, Dr. and Mrs. L D. Massey. Frank niuxlcx has (tone to Conway, where lie will attend HendrK G'ollcyc this Summer. Mrs. Gerald Humes of Pnj'ellR- vllle, will spend [he Summer will her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J Mest. while Mr. names Is atlcnd- ins; glimmer -school at University of Arkansus. Miss Geraldine Liston was hi' New Orleiins last week as guest o[ her brother, J. M. Liston, ami family. Charles W. Turck, student at Illinois Slate College, Carbtindale. v.'ns (he unest a few days of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Shclden and fam- LADY'S STOMACH WAS LIKE A GAS FACTORY; M EALS TURNED TO GAS. One lady said recently that her stomach used to be like a "BUS factory! "That, is, when she ate a It seemed to turn rif;h[. into gas. She was always bloated, had awful slom- iich nas pains, dally headaches and constant Irregular Ixiwel action. Now, however, this lady says she Is TREE of STOMACH GAS and she says thc change Is due to takliv; INNER-AID. Her meals agree wltii her. No gas or bloat after eating. Headaches and constipation .arc Hone. "Oli!-wl'iat relief!" states' tfcis lady. "Why don't other gas and constipation sufferers get iNNE^l- ATD." ••-•-'•• INNER-AID contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear t;as from stomach, act on slugglsi] liver and kidneys. Miserable peo- j In Blylheville. i don't BO on suffering I Get INNER- I AID. Sold by an drug stores H2ra Time out... Have a Coke For FATHER June 16 I'roicction From Tropical Temperatures >,• MEN'S PRESSED FIBRE HELMETS Protect your liciitl from' trop- lent 'hciiLI Wonr this itttriy- ty|>c iiroKSort fibre covered with army .luu .cloth. It has a green Interior to .cut ttown ylarc and an able chin «trnp. t The licad- Is (uljus4:iblc, tpo^ to fi* that look much Better than their Price .-. . It's especially apparent in tlic clcnn-cul printed foulards! Their dignified restraint suggests exclusive origin. The. wooly texture of llie tropical gabardines will appeal to u sportsman. So will ihe tropical inolifs in the rayon jncijuard failles! Natural Hutan Leather 98' 1.49 WORK SHOE Ciciinlnc Hunlh Aint'iic;iii ;nl,'i. styled n-s cnrcfully ns ;ui ox]innslvo fur foil! Not a wis[> more weight than nrc- iis thnt .sh;ulu niul fit ynut 1 fare. 1'nrous, ;ncs;i ... everyone cheers for the friendly pause When you're hot, tired and thirsty, thc very sight of a frosty bottle. of Coca-Cola is refreshing. So of course, the game comes to a standstill at thc words Have a Co\e. The. whole gang gathers 'round to talk things over and spend a sociable moment on the refreshing side. «OTUEO UNBER AUTKOHUr OF THE COCA-COIA COWPANY »Y COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of BLYTHEVILLE : = Coca-Cola ."Coca-Cola" and its abbreviation V'Co^c" arc the registered trade|\marks which distinjfuish the prod- t of The Coca-Cola Company. Shadow-Weight I'anatna SOLAR STRAWS 4-98 DON'T FORGET! Remember Father! Faultless weaving, expert shaping, tlic highest. fuiBllty Panama—and you have ft hat to J>c proud of! Choose a imoolh txmms weave, open or leghorn pattern. Natural. Sand o r Wnlmtl. Ilrlrn size to fil a face-lino! fame natural color leather as used by the army for combat shoe. 1 !, ' except smooth gratn side lir'riow^ 'on ' the ouUlt?e. Double 'leather sole, rubber heel. Steel shank- for nrctv siiPl»rt. Qoodyear Welt, con^^ slruction. Sizes E G to 12.' South American . Panama!. ' SOLAR STRAWS RED RYnF.fl . WHAT DO YOU \ /1>\ NOT TAIKWIT" YOU CAMTO r\E A MEWiAN ACCIDENT V f«W- WAIT / FA\OR. CAtl MAY HAPPEN TO IVVA^DSEE.-^ A^Drapo Ri'DER.eoswai?, His Only I'ay BY FRED HARMAR TrtUWDER UTlEP HlrV -^A. SELF/

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