The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 17, 1946
Page 7
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WKDNKSDAY, July 17, 1!MG BLYTJ110V11.LE (AUK.) COUKlKIl NKWS PACE SEVEN Argentina Seeks Nazi Weapons Report Links Soviets With Request for Aid In Getting Munitions. NEW YO«K, July 17. <UP>--| Argentina, il was understood lortav. hns asked Russia whether the Soviet can iirovidc her with German Wiir matt-Hals nurt armaments. • The Argentine request was said' lo have been submitted to Ihc Soviet trade delegation whieli went lo Buenos Aires some weeks before Kussia and Argentina agreed to establishment of diplomatic relations. There was no indication as to Ihe Soviet attitude toward the Argentine request, but information riach- Int; the United Press was that Iho matter is the subject of current negotiation between the two countries. It was believed likely Hint the report might be denied officially in both Moscow and Eucuos Aires. Russia presumably woukl s.inply Argentina with German weapons and equipment from the vast ttares captured during the course; -jf the war and collected in the Russian zone of Germany and the Soviut- occupied satellite countries since Ihe end of the war. Argentine interest in German armaments, it was understood, stems from the fact that the Ari;cnlir.c army was German-trained and equipped before World War II. Thus any German equipment received now wunld lit the pattern of German armaments already on hand. Wants Germ-in War Plant Argentine Interest in American equipment, it was suggested is less than her interest in Gernian-ly::e weapons although she does have certain types of American equipment. Among the specific Argcntlr.e requests, it was understood, is one for the shipment of a dismantled German war plant. The exact type of plant desired was not known but it was presumed the factory was desired to provide spares and replacements for German military Hems already In use by the Aigai- It was reported that Argentina had suggested the provision of iNa^i war .supplies as the first requisite of Soviet-Argentine trade negotiations. Argentina was understood to I'.nvn informed Russia that she ::; desirous of expanding her own artns industry and placing her military force, if iiossible, on a more sf;!f- sufficient basis so far as requirements from abroad are concerned One factor in the Argeiuinc desire was said to be a wisii to brim; j her military strength up to parity with that of Brazil. under American lend-leasc has greatly strengthened her land, air and naval forces. Freedom's Flag Rises in Pacific IN Till-: I'HOHATi: t'OI'KT FOK Tllli CHICKASAWilA I>ISTKI«!T OK MISS1SSI1TI roHNTY, AU- KANSAS. In the Matter of Ihe Kstate of Thonas Frederick Fox. Deceased. NOTU'i: ()!•' 1'UOIIATi: OF Notice Is hereby r.lven that the last will and testament of Thomas Frederick Fox was presenti'd in common form lo Hie Probate Court for the Chlck:isiuvba Dlslrkt of Mississippi County. Arkansas, on the 1 day of July. 1010, An appeal from such probate can be affected only by llHim petition, stating tlie grounds of such appeal lo this court within six months from the dale of this notice. Educators Honor Superintendent Of Wilson School , <'. 1 Mini. !.upc'ilnlcndi'!li or Mm srlinnLs. will lip :1 .M'raKc lum imnrmrmnii l.i bo hi-lil Wilm-sK my |i;i!Hl uiul tiral ll the I d:iy uf .Inly, lillli. T. W. 1'OTI'KLi. ClH'K lly Kllttilylli lllyllii', 1). I<V.'' Inr Mcli' :;lun Inulcrs uii v [ iuiu>l IIIOMIIH-I^ Mill innllriimio nu llir puiKri'ti Kill il Ifil ••I'.ilui-iihoii Jiir I'nirr." U I* lor I In; imrjiu:«! i>r hrlimt' Irilrtu'l.'; atlU :nlmllll!;lr;ltms In un JuM llir pcojuutn «it tin- imhlii M'licol l;i Ihc- i-lmtiulny ['(null 1 Ion In a iii-w HIT. Veterans Form Club to Raise Purebred Hogs l-'d Wi'K'.lx li:is been rli'cln [•bjilrniun OE IUe rnvnlly oi'r-nn^r \VMlt<m-Slui\vurr \vti'V:m,-i Auil.'in line Class' I'urrhirtl Hwlni- <:.i; IT" '« Filipinos stand bareheaded in a pouring July Fourth rain' as .'i Old Glory makes way for Ihe new Hag of the. Republic of the Philip$ pines al ceremonies in Manila niarkinjj the independence of the jp islands. Ambassador Paul V. Ale-Null, former U. S. Higli Coinmis- >! sioner to the Philippines, lowers Ihe Stars and Stripes in tlio **' presence of U. S. and Philippines nolables. IN riir: ruoiiATi: COI".IT i'OK IO-JB. THE I'llICKASAWHA IMSTKICT OK jnssissirri COUNTY. I:i the matter of the estate of Tho- mns Frederick Fox, dcciMSL'd. NOT1CI-: Notice is hi'i'L'by yivcn tliat Letters TcsLnmpnUny were s;i;inu-cl tj the undersigned Duruthy MeKniui'.'. Fox on the clay of July, 19iG, ni>- oi\ the Estate of Thomas I-V'-.-cu'i ick Fox. Deceased, by Die Clerk of the Pi'Obale Court, for the ChlrU!ir : ;nvi::i District, of Mississippi Coumy, Arkansas. AH persons liavinj! claims ii^ainsi Knid estate are hereby notuicd Lo exhibit the same to ihc uiKlrrsii'.tii'ci executlix, propi'rly alltlieuticat'.'d, within six months from the c.h:te ui the first publicatluu of this nn'.iie or they will be barred fnr.'ver and precluded from any benefits in such estate. Tile address of said Kxeo'.nrix is Dorothy McKniRtit Fox Executrix of the testate of Thomas Frederick Fox, Deceased. Read Courier Nuws Want Ads. J305 West Ash Arkansas. . Dated this the Street, Blythcvi'.lir, 1st day of July. II. was understood Jhal Argentine ] a tlon of Congress to nurci- on price " military advisers have shown murk- 'could ed interest in Soviet industrial • ' acceptable to Mr. pacity. Congressmen Eager to Start Long Vacation WASHINGTCM. July 17. (UP> — A bnttcrcfl nn<i weary Conijres.s tr- diiy pushed for ([Hick adjonrnnient. ;ifter legislative lenders told President Truman that members 111:17 Ije willing to eall it (lulls williin 1C day.s. With one-third of the Senate an.l c'.'ery Member of the House faoim: rc-clcction, members of the 7Hll! Congress are anxious to trade His legislative scene for campaign junkets or long-awaited vacations. Senate Democratic Leader Alben W. Uarkley. Ky.. told rcporturs after a White House, visit that IK was "very hopeful" for eompliuion of the most important Con^rcssio.'ta business by July 27. Hartley admitted that failure force a .special lale F:d! -session, lie added that ilii.s would cc- Ur only if a serious inllntiun prob- em faet'd Ihe <-ountry. Berkley noted that when C'on- ; adjourns it ^ill lit- thu lirst extended recess it has enjoyed slwu Jan. :!. 194P UPSET STOMACHS YIELD INCHES OF GAS AND BLOAT "I was so full of j;ns I was afraid j I'd burst. Sonr, bitter substance i rose up in my throat from my upset stomach after meals. I got INNISU- AID. and il worked inches of gas and. bloat from me. Waistline is way down now. Meals are a pleasure. I praise Inner-Aid to the sky.' —nils is an actual testimonial am' we can verify it. jiiixniii-AID is the new formula containing medicinal juices from J2 Great Herbs; these herbs cleanse bowels, clear B.IS from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different aii over. So don't go on sulf'ir- ing— Get Inner-Aid. Sold by all drugstores here lu Blythcvillc. Dancing Every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Music ey *>uke Doyle Lee and his 7-Picce Hand For Reservations Call 3984 TWIN GABLES Hook up with Phillips 66 Gasoline -It's "Weather-Controlled" for Smoother Driving!" ;N VV/11 AT tiiiiki'S I'hiliips (1(1 Cjti *" sciciuific *' XViMilii'r • Control' gasoline lit fi'cry tlrivinj; cltdukic. 'fin's lun^-tcmi development sclent IMS inn! ' sintiiiicr or wlnitT. thai /its this IMiilHps CVCIl | Join the Ark. Automobile Club and enjoy it's many benefits YOUR MEMBERSHIP SAVES YOU 20 % ON AUTO INSURANCE Ivan R. VanPatten Your Safes Representative •l$» S. Ul«> SI. IU'>mUmcc Phone 2401) RAIN INSURANCE... For Your Freshly Washed Cor! 24 Hour Insurance—25c If il nilns u'illiin 21 hoiirti iifU'r you have Itail yiitir ciir wnslicrl ;il our .station uiul you lire il holder of nur (!;ir<l, jttsl present ('nnl within .|X hours ;iiul we will wash il SPECIAL! Wash & Grease Job—$1.50 Why not get (his kind of ,snu oth power for your ilo is pull into iho iiciisurcf AH vtHi iiiivu tt :nt[()ii \\'u\\ (lie niu or.inue- *PHJUJPS SCIENT/FIC RESEARCH HAS MATCHED PHIUIPS 66 TO CLIMATE FOR BETTER PRIVJNG/ !'S AUTO SERVICE Your One-Slop Station Phono 2611 ASH and SECOND FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Also CULVERTS 12 inches to 48 inches Wo arc Dealers for PHILLIPS 66 GASOLINE MILLIONS TO LOAN "G. Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. I^FLOWER SHOP «.TJJ. Bcrrfee We Deliver Anjwhers rh. Ml Mn. J. M. <Mae) WiUUms, GltDcoe Farm Loans City Loans F.H.A. Loans Also: Conventional I.iKins • r >-7 & 10 Years on Good licsHlcncc :uid 15 u s i n c s s Properly. W. M. BURNS REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE COMPANY •,!': 33G1 THE FAMOUS WATERPfiOOF/NG Osceola Tile & Culvert Co., Phons 691 OSCEOLA, Akl r Entire Store! We're going to completely remodel and thoroughly modernize our store. This will take about 30 days and when it is finished we will have one of the most modern stores in this part of the country. Temporary Office & Showroom Durinjf modernization operations we will occupy temporary rooms above the store where we will have on display a small selection of Watcbe.s, Diamonds and Jewelry. About 1 Watch Repairs No watches will be Repaired but watches in for Repairs will be given out when completed* from our temporary upstairs location above the store. C U A R D GOOD; ., " TIRES *i> Get readyj^ Cot 6 days plowing In only 3 day* GOOb/YEAR TRACTOR TIRE The sclf-cleaniiiK O 1' E N C E N T E R keeps liitf.s open at both <;nds. Gives each Ing an entering etlj^e to .start the bile. So, the whole Intj digs down deeper, ;;L'ls more [;rip. Ask any neighbor now using Sure-Grips. He'll confirm what tests prove . . . Vuu K«! up lo 22',.' more work with less fuel when you use Goody ear Sure-Grip Tractor Tires. FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 Terry Abstract & Really Co. Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loan* 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381

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