The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 18, 1946
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TUESDAY, JUNE IS, 1946" Neutral Swiss Score a Victory Allies Fare Poorly In Move to Liquidate Assets of Germans WASHINGTON, June 1«. (UPI — Neutral Switzerland today clmlM up an almost 100 par cent, victory against the Allies in net'o'.latir'i's i-V liquidation of German asset; in Switzerland. Tiio Swiss held out again.M the Allies' toucliins assets of th,< ;or- mcc 1 Nav.i tjovernmcnt, sucn a 1 ; Mr/so of the Rclclisbank and Germ.-xn railroads. And tin private assets In Geiimny, the Swiss won Allied agreement, to a ?0-50 division of the procerds Frrr.i their liquidation and lo indemnity lo I he German owners. American officials concc'.lu nrl- vrlcly thnl this yeas not Ih? kind of agreement Ihe Allies s'juirlit cm Oein-an assets. But it was (.lie U«l ouliiinnhlo and. uniavorfiul,' a.« it is t:j t)»; Allies, came at hi','n cost: < 1. The U. S. agreed lo unfre^.c- $1.750.000,000 of Swiss ass"is in this country—assets frozen nine,- June 1941. 2. The Allies affrcod lo abandon at once blacklisting of S' fii;iis who traded with the Axi; in the war. The.-re are more than fJCO f?wi-s firms on the u. S. blacklist. Meanwhile. American ofi'k-i-.ilq aie negotiating with Swedish officials alH)ut German assets in Swcdi-:i. It is of lesser importance, hrm-ever. Gti-nian assets in Sweden nrc estimated by the Swedes at about $!|T7.- UOQ.OOO, while those in Swiircrlcnul BI.yTHEVILLE (ARK.) COTJRIKU NKWS Negro Wins Right to Study Law in Texas AUSTIN, Tex. June 18. (U.l>.) —The University of Texas today was given six months In wlilcli lo establish a law school for Negroes or else accept Negro students in the .school now operated for white students only. District Judge Hoy Archer grant- id a writ of mandamus yesterday pc'i'mittin^ a Negro letter carrier lo enroll in Ihe law school unless it establishes another law school at Prairie View University for Negroes. Archer ruled on a petition filed by Heman Marion Sweatt, 33, only 10 minutes after arguments were closed. "It seems io me that tills Is 'mailer tliat disposed of Archer said, not certain u should have been a long lime ago," adding that he was of his authority to make such a ruling. In asking court action, Sweatt contended that segregation \vhiie nnd Negro students In Texns wcs a violation of the Equal Right Amendment to the Constitution. Bits of News Mostly. Personal Knights of Columbus Hold Chapter Election The Knlfihts nf Columbus clwp- ter of Mississippi County has elected officers for the coming nsso- cKition year with .members tliroiitili- out the county to'servo ns leaders. The Rev. B. Francis McUevitt \vns elected chaplain in a mcefhH' were eslimntccl by the Swiss «*, «inu>'| Friclny night here. saiM.000.000 and by the u. f>. ut Oil Normnn Panish. 518 Wesl Main, us returned home titter undergoing a tonsllcctomy at Memphis Baptist Hospital. He was accompanied home by Mrs. I'arris'i, who had been wllh Mm. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, 31G North Fiflh. luive returned from a week's visit with filcnds In Morrillon, wlicrc they formerly made their home. Miss Dorthii nog cm and Miss Lonnlc Jo Hiuyelt have reimiHJ'i home ufler a vacation tin Ihe Gulf Const. They visited in 11H- oxi i.ncl Gulfiiorl, Miss., before Miss Hogan returned Friday. Miss Hat-mat reinalni-d to BO lo Vrank- lln and New Orleans, I.a., return- Ing yesterday. In Franklin, she was the tjuesl of Mr. and Mis. C. M. Hlukeiilcy and daughter. Donna Beth. Mrs. tmkcley cmd daughter returned home with Miss Hill-grit after the three were motored to New Orleans by Mr. Blakcsley. Mrs. lilnk.-slry anil daughter will 1)3 Hie gui'sls hm: f Mr. and Mrs. Joe C!. Trli'sdi- nann, GDI Wesl Wnlimt. The lakesleys mode their homo here wlien he wiis stationed at Hlythc- ville Army Air Field. . Miss Polly Ann Stewart, daiipn- er of Mr. and Mrs. Hryant. .Stewart, 22C Uoiigan, is ice Toledo. Ohio, where she will lie the ['.ii'.'st two weeks of Mr, and Mrs. Mel- vln Hadde. ,1 n. Moore, 1CM West • Main. Mis. Mr. and Mrs. F^irl Mcaregor| lioiiuu- Is Hie loniu-i- Miss Mildred and Miss Alice McClregor s|)ent Mc>im>. Hie weekend In Rlpley, Tenn., with! Mrs. Henderson C. Hull, former- Mr. and Mrs. A. A, Newman, ly of niylli,-vlll,> 1U ui now ,i M!. Mrs. Mi'Circisor's parents, and olh- i., m | s . ),. vlsltiiis lirr dinii'liler, Mrs. er relallves. Mr. Newman was ciyd,- Fowler, an,| family, Hlvtn.-- tlie guest here yestei.lay of Mrs.l vlUl , Armv All . ,,,,,,,,,_ ,.,„. „ \ vl , ok McCli'eyor and family and Ins |)v i,,,. t 0 B0 | n « ,„ Nt , w vorn. (;uy daiujhter-ln-law, Mrs. Clyde New- ,„,. „„ t , Klem ^ M . lv NvUh , w , l( ^ Y She ru-cntly lei uiiu'il Isll with :i daughter in man and daughter, Fay Frances. ,Jo Ann Meyers, daughter of Mr. rTiiin "n"v and Mrs. Adolpli Meyers. I0»' ciilltoniUi Ash, Is guest of her aunt nml uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyers, this week in Memphis. lAl'i°Kk'l Ixjnnli! noyilsloii siwnl today Hi Memplib on business, Mv, and Mrs. E. c. Adklsson 01 l^orty nnd Eight coinimnuty, nun us tlielr weekend tjiicsi.s Mr. mo Mrs. \v. T. Hiinlis of Ovvenaboio, Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. Claud Mo- DonnM and son, Tommy, of Heni di'li-ks. Ky.. nnd Mrs. Normnn French of Charleston, Mo. Kn Lomo .borne, (hey will be guests of Mrs. i Hanks' brothers, Clyde ami Sum Adkisson of Ensl I'rnli'.e, Mo. •lil, Is HI of a Uiro.U nil/,>i(. Ocorse Wc'slry Mmiri: has rei'.in- I'd lo Memphis all IT liavlnu ni'-'ii tin- ijucst a Inlef time of ins IncsK with his brother, u. W. omit If er. In Memphis. MLss Clencva Aslih'y and 4e .' more thnn $750.000,000. ' Harrishurq Legionnaires Plan Air Show Sunday Difficult air maneuvers arc to »t; demonsiratcd at the American Legion Air Show In Harrismirg j Osceoln, financial secretary: Charles Sunrtay, It was announced today oy ste '"ac, J. W. Cox Sr., of Orecola sponsors of Olhcr officers named wore: A. G. Brickey of Osccola, grand knight: G. O Poctx. deputy grand knight; Charles Stemnc, •ccordvr: Herbert shippEn of Osceoin, tieas- arer; George Gish, chancellor; Joe Gschwcnd. lecturer; Bill sleinni. warden; Mike Bombolaskl, Inside ijnard; Charles Friend of Joli;er. outside guard; j. \v. Cox Jr.. c,! the event who saict they iiad bonked Beverly E. Howavil of Orangeburg, H. C., as the principal performer for the event. Howard is said to be one of tne -six best acrobatic fliers in the nation and his flight routine Is one which the Lcyionnairs assure will provide plenty of thrills for spectators at the show. Other stunt filers willl Include Eoogar Red from Pine Rlutr, and a special attraction to fnt-mi-vs will he a cotton dusting exhibition by Irn M. Swanson. Bill Ay res will make :L delayed parachute jump, and several Navy planes will b e exhibited. Read courier News Want Ads. ami Prank Wagner, trustees. A social hour, with refreshments, followed the meeting. Read Courier News Want Ads. Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Service Calls a Year ?1) Repairs lo Electric Appli an res Fully fiuarnnlecd BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO (Where Conrtrsy is Not a Memory !W F.. Main St. Phone 3616 Miss Wlllngene Daws, Ann Me- I.eod and Huford Young have te- tuiiiecl home from Wynne, wlu-Ti' they were guests a fi-w days ol i mother. Mrs. Mai W icrlU> Moore, ar.o Miss Jimmle Frances Clemcms,! i,,-,,,,,;.,-. Khnrlll, „( |h,-|r 1,,-ime, 701 her father. 1 hnrmiin demons and N()rlu glsU , Ml . Mr , ()VI . (s ,„ ,,„.,_ Mrs. Clcmons, atid James Thomas demons and purcnls, Mr. and Mrs. Husseil Clecnons. while there, the three were guests at a dance Mlven by mothers of Wynne friends. They were motored to Wynne by Mrs. li. A. llugu. Hubby Culiison has been removed to his home with his grandmother. Mrs. M. C. Culiison, 100 West Waliuil from Walls Hospllal. Hubby tons undergone several operations for skin grafllni; on the hand at the hospital. Marela l.on McClregor. datiu'i- ler <:f Mr. and Mrs. Karl McGri-'Sr- or. 315 South Division, returnod home this afternoon from Dycss, | where she was guest, of her unc-l.i and aitnl, Ihe Ilov. and Mrs. Hal Gallup. Mr. and Mrs. John lien Tlomar and children, Johnny and I.ciui, nf Tusc-alousa. Ala., will arrive tomorrow lo be I he quests of Mrs. nomar'.s parents. Dr. and Mrs. I, Ollic Jean fudy Wed To Walter Matlock Jr. MIsi Ollle Jean I!udy of Jolncl' lieeiiine Ilic bride of Will lor Mntlnck Jr.. of IJyi'Ks, In u qoremony uoleinn- jIH'il June B »l (ho home of the 'Jiev. J. W. Maoro lii Joiner. The bride, daunhtrr of Mr, 'Mid Mrs. .Jvss J'ilutly of Jtilncr, was :riidiiiUed from Slmwnce Hli|li 'elioiil nt .lolncr. nnd Mr. <Kk win urnduntc'd from Dyess High Echuol. He, 1 5 the »on of Mr, and Mm. Walter Matlock 'of Dyew- They will make ' their home < In I'hoiiiil*, I'irsl BBIIU* law for Wyoming wns runcled by (he tonllorlnl council uml bouse of represenlnlives, and Riven administrative n|iproynl nee. 1. 1811'J. ^C~~'Mosquitoes, Flhs I anil Red vit/i (5% DDT) JLtt-sh L<i 7/tont/t',. !| RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on «uy rruike or n>nH H | ?HONE 2642 We Call for Hnd Deliver Fred Callihon Kleotriml Anpllnnr* Co. Aothnrllrrf MnlaroU H»<1U KM Simlli Klrst SI. F«r Ymir Itaalty's Ha»«ch«M Cl«i»ln( Chcnlcah, Furnitmrf Cieaher, Window C'kaner, Woodwork Ckancr' • C»U MRS. ALMA SCHERKR K»iiUnce rhone 839 DATED TIRE Tire Rubber Compounds are constantly Improving These two little rules in driving willhelp make your summer fine, <., • Give other cars an even break, '. ' And watch for the Vr$So) sign! YIS, TWO SIMW.E PRECAUTIONS can add lots to your highway pleasure this summer. First—drive with extra care; most cars on the road today are really old. Second — make the ESSO sign your regular stopping place on the way. iVom Maine to Louisiana it means products of high quality, expert service—real "Happy Motoring" all the way! fsso" : STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF NEW JERSEY Mrs. Brodie the budget THOROBREDS ' Only tires by Dayton qrt DATED I Bo liio Wise, knew ye« ire biiylni the latest, therefor* ike BEST Tiro improvements nro coming fnst! To IKS . tiiii-c you Jiro ninkiiifjr n wise iitirchaso, find out wlic'n Ilio tires.wor'o iniule before you buy. By 1 viniv wliun tires were mlvdo. you cut) bo ihi of thi! In lost improvements in tit'o . (Oi- compounding . . . therefore tho bi'stl MAKE A t)AT£ WlfH MYTON AT T. I SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 E. Main Phone 2122 Terry Abstract $ Realty Co. Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 Refrigeration Air Conditioning The Ultimate in Mechanical Ability and. ' System Designing M. D.TULLOS Telephone 2200 "You have to be a trained seal to balance a budget these days!" complains Mrs. Brodie. "Everything costs so much! Take clothing—when you can get it," says Mrs.' Brodie, "and look at the price tags! And food—that's simply skyrocketed! Housefurnishings—if you can find a house to furnish—are way up! "But not electricity!" says Mrs. Brodie. "No, indeed!" says Mrs. Brodie. "Electricity has been coming down steadily for years! "Electricity," says Mrs. Brodie, "is just about the easiest thing in my budget to balance!" * * * If you have a budget to balance—and who hasn't?—you'll appreciate that the low cost of electricity is no accident. It took plenty of practical planning and experience on the part of the folks in this company who—like Mrs. Brodie— have budgets to balance, too. * * * (Don't take Mrs. Brodie's word for the rise in living costs. The U. S. Department of Labor will furnish you the figures, if you're interested.) • EHJ.J "THE ELECTIM NODI" *tt Itkil Amkmsltf't Orch:sl». Sun^yi, 4:M P.M., EDIT, CM. USED CARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. . -• ' ' -'-'• '•'• If yon arc jcr>)"K (o keep your present car let us Rive you ;tn oslimalc on recondilionir.j; yniir motor, body nml painting. Crcdil. (onus ran lie nrranjrcd. Tires, Tubes and auto and home nidiiin for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmoliilc Kast Main St. CMC Trucks Phone 519 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION 55^ Estimates SlJ.COHEN Oonti-actor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK • fflione 36^6 a^a 2^'^ \c i 1

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