The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 22, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 22, 1946
Page 5
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MONDAY, ,JIJ[,Y 22, HMC RMMN HaiMilOD '('MHV) HTHA3HI.A'IH PAGE TIIREB Uwo Americans [Still Missing Russians Contend Officers Not in Custody of Soviets BERLIN, July 22. <UP>—Tlic l»se or tv:o missing American of- licei's WHS \\u\c OI>PM agnlii lo.lay Ir. Gen. Joseph T. McNiunry h!nl- IJil :it unexplained plans to brine jVKuut their release. McNiu'uey, u. s. commander In lui'op?, said s u>i) S dcslencd to lice 3(114. iiurold cobin cif Newark, II. J.. and L(. George Wyalt of lUclahoina Clly were "uiulei- conslcl- | ration." At the same time MeNarncy coti- |cdcd at a press conference Unit was helpless in Hie si-urn h fuv |he officers who disappeared July after boardi:i» ;\ iraiu for OMM- Icnbure nearby in Hie Russian cc- |upa(loii zone. McNiirney said the senior K»s- lian commander, presumably Marina) Vassily D. Sokolovsky. liad as- luixxl him that "to the best, o£ his linowleclge the missing men were |iot in RiLssiau custody. must accept his word," Mc- iJarncy said, adding tliat lie had uj leason to believe that Hie men were [lead. Answering a direct (inestion. Me- llarney suid no Russians were in lustody of the American occupa- lion forces. Humors had cireulal- Icl that "some" Russians were held. I'liey apparently were based on the |act that hvo £oviet officers n"<[ enlisted man were picked up f une 14 on charges of espionjifie. I'hey were turned buck to '.he Rus- |,ians last week. McNarncy .said he was unaware •>f any negotiation* in Washington lor the release of the Americans. l.Ie emphasiv.c-d lhal the Russians as.sured hiui they wei'C not lm;; them. 'Secret Six" Come Through Blytheville Slore QUALITY FENCE and FARM SUPPLIES! The "Secret Six" of Celioil, "MlcMS"". TOm; ' I'm-ouv-h with cash for the operuUon ol Hiuliie Erlckson, 10 who nccfls an operation Id keep from (joins; blind. Lett lo risjbl. Jury 1'nuf.e. 10; Hm-rly Olmstcd. 11; Emma Juno Zaceasnlni, II). President of the "Secret. .Kix" Hulhie; Yvonne r.r<>. Ticasiuci; Donald spodcck. | 11, Vice-President, and Johnny tfaccaiuiini. 11, an: shown presenting Utill-.le with Hie money obtained | from donations and by working around the nciBliburhood. tNEA Trlepholo.l 8 Bar 32-Inch HOG-SHEEP FENCE 8 70 IN 1!0-II<>1> WEED-MASTER Reports On Big Four Bread Rationing 11 •* Marts in Britain Bakers Forego Strike To Give New Plan A Reasonable Test LONDON, July 23. UP)—Bread I'nlioiiinjr was a reality in Britain |:o(!ay and bilkers indicated they Ivoulrl cooperate with the govern- Inent. and forego their threatened l-trike against the program. Rationing bc^an yesterday ami IronpoJis \vere collected at, shops in I the Jewish section of London'.s End and in the larger provln- |:lal cities. Most stores were closed, liowever. and (he first real test • •>'|;he bakers' threat was cxpccietl I ,oday. Tlie National Association ot • Master Bakers advised its mcmljcr- v yesterday to give the plan a ? trial, tlcspite their earlier' vote ignore the entire scheme as Too Late to Classify For Sale. Blind Persons Operate Stands; Show Profits I.ITI'LE HOCK. Ark., July 22. I i UP)—Sale i' 1 - 2-1 concession stands | oiJi.'l'aletl h>' blind persons in Av- ki:iisus lolak'd $lii:i.j-2S In 1D45. nccordin-; to Hoy Knmpe, Keerr- Iru-y-inaniiKt'r (if the Arkiinsns Ein- ploymeni, Scrvii-i- for the IJlliu 'I'olnl wnyes aiid i-ominisslons ] aid l<) 37 operators were approx- iinalely $29.000. and I he miixlimmx weekly income wa.s $7^. Ktnnpe said. Tile servic-e f;n:n-»]itee tniniuunn of $12 weekly for operators in snu'.l] cities and $15 In lurccr eilies. Conlinninf; their mcciin^ tn Little Hock today ihe eonces.sion opei-atfu-.s will eohsitlei 1 the s|wn- sorsliip of home Industries, wllli the blind service furni.shlng raw natei-jal:; and inurketin«; Ihe. pro- uct.s. Kiiinpc raid Mini some 200 blind persons out of approximately 1.200 mplyablcs in Arkansas are em- iloyed lie. service plnns tn open the first eonee:..sion for a Ne^ro blind ler.'ion at Arkan.sus A. M. and N. College at Pine Blufl ill August. Electric Fence Holds Stock! Kills Weeds! Reg- 21.15 Save $1.90 IE9 IICEUdi 21' 5 Efficient, snfer, more economical 1 Delivers ii strong institiiL sliock Unit will hold but not harm slock. Cost only 3c to !)c per month to operate. Tup anil boltnin uir<>«. 10 gauge, al other wlri'H 12'/i Kaiiue. Ideal foi bugs, Hhecp or larger Block. Extra Close Space POULTRY FENCE 4-Ft. Height 10-Rod Roll 6- 40 Close spaced clcur to the lop wil E hold S4ifely «ny »»ze pcmltry, » JNludc of rust-resisting steel wire Senator Tom Connally, Democrat from Texas and chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, prepares his report on the Paris Foreign Ministers' Conference, after bis return to Washington with Secretary of State Junes Byrnes. Senalot- Connally intends to delive: his report on the floor of the Senate in the near future. tNEA Telephoto.) BUSINESS VOK SAM-] have Ihe Stcnni l/;unulrv at Carullu'i'sville, Mo., lor sale. This is an up and >>o- ing hnsiness, for sale only because the owner is in unworkable and unnecessary. | shops Since the association represents | o «!er. an estimated GO per cent of the ' bakers in England and Wales. would dcly the governmc Scottish haeks-s decided Us week to support the rationing pro considered unlikely that many 'gram. Dscco/o Band Students Beg/n Classwork Tuesday Hand classes will bc[dn lomorrow :st O.steola Hi^h fecbool foi- boys and uirls wllo will serve as niem- b; ¥ ts ot the seiiool band In the coming school yea]-. H. E. DaiiKhcrty, director, lias annuunced that nil ititeiested in studying inind instrtnncnts shouk report at the hi^h school at 0 Head Courier rfews COME IN .TODAY AND iET US H£IP YOU bad and health. The building all the equipment, rn- a delivery truck, is priced at §17,500, plus the inventory of supplies, which will lie about $500, making the total purchase price SI 8,000 for a walkout proposition. Also have a nice list of farms for sale. / C E. GOLl,ODAY ) Kandiii Hotel Hayti, Mo. 22-ck-24 IL- ~-^^—Make your vacation trip with a well-serviced car S] S.K- i^ vv!, ; .( ilicy'll nil y.ra l,-r cli-aninc n r., t «i(]i Mini K-ii III,- nv« M'H-iiliti, jiffy fi>,ini Drftl's I'.iinl \ \\;il]|'n|',r M.III-. 101 S. >"JT:<t SI, Hl>1ln.-vill.-. -'I vk il li'irnin- li->t Wilier hr.11.-r aiifl l;i'i^. ivicl IM" >•'""! rnii.lniiHi. I'lii-" SI.) I'lllllH' V^' 1 "r 1011 1)011^:111. -- I-k-l' ior.-Ti Sinn'. .1 ll.iil.Hiu-. fi lur.-s l"l. l'ri.i',1 I., si'll. K.'»,i fi.r .-.-IliiiL-: ,.«n..r Ic.ivins l.iii Lost Wanted to Buy j Will pay cash for one or- two vacaul lots lic-iwccu Main and Holly ami west ol SixIh. Mail price and location lo Courier News. 7-22-dhtf for R«nt ln-rlrnnin Inr nu»n, Male Help Wanted Keep your car in sound condition—keep it serving dependably — until you get delivery of your new Chevrolet', Come fo our service station for skilled; dependable,' car-saving service, today and at regular inlorvals. Give your car the benefit of our four-fold service advantages: (1) expert mechanics, (2) modern tools, (3) genuine parts, (4) quality materials. Remember— we're members of America's foremost automotive service organization. Come in—today! 8UR CAR-SERVICE IS YOUR BEST UR-SAVER UT OUR SKILLED MECHANICS SERVICE YOUR CAR NOW/ Check slooring amf wheel alignmonl -Tost battery and olflclncat syslcm » "Do- sluilrjc" car engine • Service clulch, brakes, transmission, ronr axle • Lubricaio throughout • Tuno molor ^SAVE YOUR PRfSfNF CARl Dospilo record domnnd — anri lemporaiy shortagos— wo'H do ovorything in our [lower to speed delivery of your new Chevrolet. Thank you for waiting— and you'll thank us when you start enjoying Big-Car quality at lowest cost—for hoTfl's value never before offered oven by Chevrolet! L 0 Y El CHEVROLET COMPANY CARLOADS OF FENCE- STYLES! T-ANGLK AND U-KI,AN«Kl) FENCE POSTS Of HiKh Carbon Ifail Steel Y(m can tlo n hctU-r As Low A$ jub of fi-itriiiK uucl —^ ™ (!o it eii.sier i\'ith r J ftt -I / pusis. oo to ^Bsyp/2C 12-FT. GALVANIZED GATES .32 Here's u riiKffed, nun-sagt{' n B K !l1c "" >l wi " .B>. vo years of service. The frame is mudc of 1'/1-inch, Kviunless sleel liibintr- Klcclvicnlly at the joints. Close spaced Inn i/.nntul and vertical wires. 9 n-tt. Wide 4B-in. High ALL YOU NEED1 4-Pt. BARB WIRE 4.97 80 Yard Spool Two stramls of 12 1 /, Rau^'c wire twisttd with •!•!:(. barbs 5-ins. Ponthprn Tlioto Service, l^os :\.W, 301 W. Walnut Phone 578 RUGGED WORK SHIRTS pray covert clotfT; with plenty of body. Prc- slmink, the perfect fit lasts. Also in blue chambray. Both come in sizea to 17. Realvalues1' BOYS' SHIRTS 1.85 Two-way collar for dress or sports. White Long ilccvcJ. 6 to 16. Fleece lined. Rib. bed neck. cuffa, waistband. Gray. Sizes 36 to Not for work. San- forized, Gray. 30 to 44. Blue stripe, 39 to 42 80% WOOL BLANKETS Lay-away Now! Pay Ocf. 1st Hoys Uriels 49c Just think! Only 55.95 for big GuxS2 in. S0 r ,o wool blankets. 50c down holds your choice 'till Oct. 1st. fUin and ribbed knit cotton in while or assorted colors. Siici 10 to 12 C.inMs twill, ri.ilm reinforced with split cowliide. Flannel lined. Firmly knit cotton; highly absorbent, otig wearing. Sizes 36-46. Soft k n it cotton, with stroPR clastic b.ick. fly front. In •izcs 30-44. BLYTHEVILLE, ARK.

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