The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 21, 1946
Page 6
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*AGE SDK BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1946 Fear of Revolt Grows in India Radio Reports Nehru, Party Leader, Freed Following Arrest LONDON, Juno 21. (UP)—Tlic New Delhi radio said loday thai Panrtit Jawaharlal Nehru, Congress Party lender arrested yesterday for entering Knsiuilr. lias been released. Nehru, who is president designate erf the Indian National Congress Party, was arrested when lie defied a ban on his entry into the stale. He was jailed on a clmrgc of agitating against the rule of the locul authorities. Other dispatches to London -i!d feeling was mounting rapidly In Ir>- dla with revolt simmering throughout the entire Congress-influenceJ territories. The Congress working committee deferred a decision on Viceroy Vi3- count Wavell's plan for the interim government of IiKlin. U was believed here that the Congress Parly would make political capital out of the Nehru incident because it offered tlic opportunity of further undermining the position of one of India's • strongest ruling princes. Kashmir is not a part of British India ruled from New Delhi. It is an independent, stale ruled by Sir Harl Singh with a British resident at the capital of Srinagar. Luxora Society—Personal Luxury Item—K-Rat ions Plans Ordered For Hospitals For Veterans WASHINGTON, June 21. (U.P.) —Army engineers will draw up plans and specifications for five hospitals for (he Veterans Administration. The hospitals, and cli- mated construction co.sls, arc: Birmingham, Ala., DOC beds, $3,974.300. Manchester, N. H., 150 beds, $1,788.558. Salisbury, N. C., 021 beds, $5,428.201. Clarksburg, W. Vn., 200 beds. $2.425.278. Providence, R. I., 418 beds, $3,404,22. A War Department announcement said Ihe drafting of specifications by the Army Engineers would be - preliminary to calling for construction bids. The Baptist Woman's Missionary Society met at tlic church Tuesday oflernooii with Mrs. E. E. Tucker (he pronram leader. Mrs. Tucker Introduced Ihe ionic lor discussion, "Living Up to Our Moral Standards." Mrs. O, Ilowton rcurt the devotional, Matthew 0:12-20, 48, and EjJheslans S:(i-ll. Mrs. Walter Wcod Introduced Hie subject topic. "A Nation's Morals." Mrs. K. K. Tucker discussed Ihe five conditioned, Crime. Alcohol, OamWliiB. Delinquency. Divorce, that, alarm, Mrs. S. J. Smith discussed "Living up to Our Moral, Standards" and Mrs. o. Howton discussed, "Habits That Harm." Prayers were offered by Mis. <J. 11. Wood cvnd Mrs. S. J. Smith. Songs Out -xcre in keeping with the subject -vcn; suns. "Jesus Calls Us" and "Yield Not to Temptation." Tlic home 'of Miss Eva Cookc was gully decorated with low bowls Of multi-colored Harden flower:; Tuesday night, when she entertained the Luxcmi Hook Club. Mr.s. Chump Meadow's, reviewer for the evening, nave excerpts from Tony Wons' Scrnpbook. Each member contributed her (oynrltc bit, ot verse, wit. or philosophy. Out of jwu guests were Miss licssle ISIcn- or Tlnveatt of Chattanooga, and llss Ix>ls Foster of Clarksvlllc. The ostcss served a salad plate fuut ccd lea. * * * Mr. and Mrs. William Hcrtt and aughter, i>alricia, of Hint,, Midi, rrived Moncliiy for a two weeks islt with Mr.' Bertl's sister, Mrs. Charlie Corkran, and Mr. Corkran. •he norlls and Corkrans will spend lie weekend in Mnnphls with Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Corkran. Mrs. Lehman Thwenlt, and daugh- er. Miss Bessie Eleanor Ttuveatl if Chattanooga, arc guests of Mrs. I'luvealt's sister, Mrs. Waller Denon ami Mrs. Urnton. • • * Mrs. R. W. Thomas rclur.ied ionic Wednesday from a visit ivltli icr sister, Mrs. IS. M. Drolaskl, In Memphis. Miss DHsy Silllman hud as her, for t!i c '.vcckend. Miss Mary ^ongmead of Was]\i]]gton, IX C. vliss Sitliman and Miss Loni^neai were roommalcs wliile attending Southwestern in Memiihls. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Lake are McNarncy Plans Cut In Occupation Forces BERLIN, June 21. (UP) —Gen Joseph T. McNarncy disclosed to day that plans to cut American forces In Germany from tile pre sent 350,000 to 150.WO are unde consideration. The American occupation com Tvmudcr told n press conference thtx the new occupation plan woul< call for n ratio of three to oni combat, or constabulary troops over supporting elements such as office workers. uropc's fnod situation HKAI.LY is critical when : meritorious service as a Chief, ^sslgnment Section, of the Classl- cation Assignment Branch, I'er- onnel Division, from Sept. '21, 1942 o May 22, 1946" following his re- case from active duty from the Army. The citation, Issued by Major General William G. Llvesay, u. S. Army, states "because of his outstanding administrative ability, leadership, untiring energy and lact, he kept his section up to a University of Arkansas in the F»lt| high standard of efficiency at a to work for hU master's degree. lime when Ihe volume of work was Mr. and Mm. Douglas «re r>»r-nti I extraordinarily heavy." of another son who served in World'I Captain Dougalr, Is now III Fay-War II. He was Robert J. Douglas/I ettevllle. where lie plans to entc.'killed in action on Okinawa, the seasons it's time to cltnugc your hat upending the weekend wilh ^ lrs ' lake's mother, Mvs. R. T. IS'.UleAv. They will ho accompanied hour by Mr.s. Hallcw and her mother. Mr'*. S. B. Tet'i'y for a two weeks visit, « • • Mis:; Catherine Tennyson ol Memphis Kuciitr the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Charlie Thomas. Woman Dies in Crash; Husband Seriously Hurt I.1TTI.K HOCK, Ark.. June III. i U.P.)—l-'utirra] arrangements \vnri. being completed here today for Mi 1 *. Ina. Thomas, 32, who was killed in an auto collision on Hlgh- 07 .near Datto in Clay County Tuesday. Her husband, 32-year-otd Paul Thomas, is in a Corning, Ark., hospital in critical condition. Blythevitlc Captain Wins Special Citation Capl. Frank C. Douglas^ Jr.. son of Frank C. DtnuOus, local attorney, and Mrs. nouRlas. 132 West Ken- lucky, has received a citation lor STETSON STRAWS -PANAMAS Yes, it's a cool head that wears a STETSON . . . and Stetson styling makes them favorites of particular men who want that air of well-groomed importance. When you snap the brim the snap stays in . .. because these great STETSONS are pliable as felt, all made with Sta-Shape Crowns. Let our expert hatters show you these big values today. $5 to $10 Courier news v?mi New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVEUY NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday B*x Opens Week I)ays 7:00 p.m. Sai.-Snn. 1 p.m. Cc-nt. Showing "Comfortably Cool" Friday 'Up Goes Maizie" Ann Sulhcni Saturday Republic picture— 'Sunvalley Cyclone' nitli Rill Kllintt as licil Ityrtcr. Serial ami Comedy Admission He and 30> s,vrvmi)AY OWL SHOW Columbia I'iclurc— Talk About a Lady' with Jinx Falkcnburg Plus Comedy Admission lie and 30 Open i;' Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED ' Friday and Saturday of Old Wyoming 7 wilh Kddic Dean anil At I.aKuc Scriul: *'.TunRle Uaiilers" Also Shurls Saturday Midnight Show Starls I0:15 li.m. Face of Marble with John (';irr;\iUuc, Wilry Best Also Wliorls Sunday antf Monday Conlinunns Show S"iul:iy The Enchanted Forest with Edmund Ixmc, nrcnilii Joyce Paramount News Also Shorts Sunday and Monday MGM 1'iclure— 'The Harvey Girls {In Technicolor) With Judy Garland ami John Hodiak News and Comedy ™~ - " T RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Costs So Little" \Vcck Days: Starts at 7:30 p. m. «pens at 7:M; rtarts at 7:15. Friday and Saturday "Call of the Prairie" w»h William Bojd as '-Hopalong . "Cassidy" BHth cha^tfr 'The Haunted Harbor' Sunday and Monday 'Spiral Staircase' *rttli Dorothy McGnire, Georje Bren Friday and Saturday DOUBLE FKATURK "DUDE COWBOY" trith Tim lloll A HEW KIND OF TOILETRIES designed by 'ADDRESS UNKNOWN" wilh Paul Lnkasaml Jladj- Clirhlian Serial: "Kaiticrs of Ghost City" No. U, also Cartoon. SATURDAY OWL SHOW OWL SHOW STAHT.S 11:30 p.m. 'MUMMY'S CURSE' viittl l.oil C'lliliioy Serial, "C'aplain America" No. 1 Also Comedy Sunday and Monday 'SAHARA' with Humphrey B«K;ir( and Bruce ticnnetl X.-.\s ;M>T! f'omcny FOR MEN ONLY "?*, It took a woman to design the kind of toiletrios that men prefer. " Utterly raascu- line in packaging and scent/ with that indefinable soma-J Lhing which some call character. i ^ After Shave Lotion S1.50-§3 Soap $1.25 Talc §1 yand Lotion ' §j. Mouth Freshener $3 Joe Isaacs, Inc. Telephone 3331 Blyrhevillc, Ark MEAD'S REMEMBER-If It's for a Man -MEAD'S Will Have It!

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