The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1946 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 15, 1946
Page 10
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PAGE TEN IJLYT1IKV1LLK (AUK.) COUKIKK NEWS FRIDAY, J1AKC1I 15.11MG Gloria's Mother Gets Job Offers 'Disowned' By Heiress Mrs. Vanderbilt Must , Seek Employment NEW YORK, March 15 (U.TM — Mrs. Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt. who was told by her heiress daughter, 22-year-old Gloria Van derbilt Stokowskl, to go to work or starve, had her choice of two offers of a job Thursday. She dould either play the role of a wenllry society woman In a forthcoitig movie, "It Happened On Fifth Ave.." or go to work AS a "$100-a-week dancing instructor for Arthur Murray. The offers came as a result of the 43-year-old widow's announcement that it wasn't so easy for her to get a job these days. Producer Roy Del Ruth offered Mrs. Vanderbilt the opjwrtunity to work in films. He said she also could serve as a technical adviser in view of her society background. Del Ruth said she had turned down an offer for a film career a few years ago but thought she might reconsider now. Murray telegraphed Mis Vanderbilt from Miami Beach that she could go to work, for him In New York City or any one of his Go branch studios throughout the country. The Arthur Murray teacher training course would be given her free of charge, the telegram Bald. Mrs. Vanderbilt refused to comment on cither of the job offers. Since her daughter cut off her $21.000 annual allowance she has been forced to sell her six-carat, heart-shaped engagement ring, gift of the late Reginald C. Vanderbilt, ti get money enough to live on. she revealed previously. At the present time she is living In the top apartment of a five- story converted brownstone house at 961 Park Ave. The rent Is $115 monthly. Her daughter, who is in Mexico What the Trouble's Held by U. S. S. f Duiing Wai U44-I01I Numbered boxes on map above nutshell events which have irmde Iran the hot-spot of.the Middle E."™ £.intof acrimonious Anglo-BritisU debate In United Nations' Security Councils first «i<*U, ing and subjcrt of sharp U. S. nole requesting withdrawal oC Russian troops Oil and Iran s position as vlUl land bridge between the East and the West have made it a military and iHploanUa -• _i ••—y - -- - - . . . boUteproimd for over 100 years. _- - . ^ Would Restrict Vital Elements Government Monopoly Voted On Materials For Atomic Energy WASHINGTON. March 15 (U.P.I —The Senate Atomic energy committee Thursday voted to establish a government monopoly rjn IJj'oduction of all materials capuble at being tapped for their nuclear l>owcr. It approved a provision In the atomic control bill beiiif; drafted by the committee which would apply to uranium. plutonlum, thorium, and other elements whose atoms can be split to produce energy. 'Die control commissior set tip under the bill would have full production rights. The committee also voted to prohibit the use at atomic: energy devices without licenses to be issued by the commission. License approvals would be submitted to Congress. If Congress did not act on them within BO days, the licenses would be considered approved. Committee Chairman Bricn McMahon. D., Conn., continued life attack on an amendment by Sen. Arthur H. vandcnberg. R. Mich, which would vest in a military board authority to review com- mission decisions affecting nation al security. McMahon .said the amendment, adopted by the committee, would make the measure "A worse bill' than the strict military control li'ljisUillon dratted by the \v«i department. This measure, knowi as the; Muy-.Jolmson bill, is pending In the house. Phone 2611 for Prompt • Road Service • Tire Recapping ) Hattery Charging I Washing and Lubrication ft Polishing and Waxing • Expert Ford Mechanics• Truck Tires—any si" Hours-6 to 6-7 Days MARK'S AUTO SERVICE Ash at Second Street McMahon said he would carry his •ase directly ti the people if iccessary. He asserted that Army- Mivy influence would tend to llllc the peacetime industrial di> .•elopment of atomic energy. Vnndenbrrg insisted Hint final direction " of atomic pulic under his amendment would remain In civilian hands. Head Courier News Want Ads. FOR RENT... Frozen Food Lockers Equipped (o Cure Your Hams, Bacon, Shoulders, Sausage A Complete Meat Curinf? and Storing Service FROZEN • T ,i:yjJ»Jjone 2fi02 FOODS Main at 21st Street IN TUB TROBATK COliKT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKAN SAS, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT In The Matter of the Estate oC E. B. Boyd, Deceased: ' Notice Is hereby given that letters testamentary were granted to the undersigned upon the State of E. B. Boyd. Dccensea. on the I9lh duy of December, 1945, by the Probate Court of Mississippi County. Arkansas. [Chickasawba District. All persons I having claims or demands against whose address is Tyrun/.a. Arkan- us. Dated this Mlh dnv of March, 10-16. Fiank Iloyd Edward Doyd Exccutor.s of Ihc Mstate of E. B. lioyd, Deceased. I 3,15-22-29 des t enre""to""be" supported mit "of iircsenled within such the $4,000,000 she Inherited a little will be forever barred; over a. year ago. tliej Luxora Society—Personal time, untl clnlms so presented shall be elnssl- lecl according to Inw. The Co-Executors of the salt estate ol E. B. Boyd, Deceased, are Frank Boyd nml Edward Boyd, PARENT-TEACHKRS MEET Mrs. Wert Steed was the study course leader for the Parent-Teachers meeting Wednesday afternoon The subject under discussion was "For Whom the Trail Ts Steep" will' 'special study given to the development and care of the handicapped children. Miss Betty Mifllin, n-student of the sophomore class, represented the High School in asking the Parent- Teachers Association to sponsor a Slay Center for the young people of. Luxora. The Parent-Teachers voted to do this. The president, Mrs. Joe Gentry, appointed Miss Christine Culvert, Mrs. T. D. Wllklns. 4nd .Mrs. J. I. Mifflin to organize the Center. Thev/iJth Grade won the dollar for attendance of mothers. A social period followed with Miss Christine Calvcrt as leader. Bingo was played. * • • YOUNG MATRONS CLUB MEETS Mrs. A. B. Rozelle was hostess lo the members of the Young Matrons Bridge Club. Monday night. Miss Margaret Moflett was a guest. Mrs. J. F. Bowen was high score winner and Mrs. Chester Danchowcr was second high winner. A dessert plate and coffee were served. CHILD SERVES SUPPER , The Wesleyan Guild Society of the Methodist Church served its monthly supper, Wednesday evening, with a large crowd attending. Mrs. T. L. Stanford and Mrs. T. D. Wilkins were in charge. . - • • • Miss Eva George has returned from a month's visit In White Plains and Port Chester, N. Y. She was accompanied home by her sister. Mrs. D. C. AWelnour nnd daughter. Carole Ann, of Port Chester. who will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip George, for a month. Mrs. Jack Majors returned from Pascagoula, Miss.. Wednesday, where she had been with her daughter. Mrs. Ancil Montgomery, who has been very ill. Mrs. n. W. Thomas has as her guest lor the weekend her sister, Mrs. E. M. Brolaski, of Memphis. Mrs. C. B. Wood spent three days in Memphis with her grandson. C. B. Wood III. who Is a patient in the -Baptist Hospital. Soldiers Bereaved May Return To U. S. WASHINGTON. Mar. 15. <UI' Tlic Army has decided lo permit Ihc: return from overseas assiu mcnts of all soldiers who lost brother or some other member of their Immediate family in the war it was revealed Thursday. In u letter lo Hop. Philip J 'hllbin. D., 'Muss., MnJ. Gen. K. F Wilsell. Ihe ndjulanl general, sale .liat the Army had adopted u uev policy of slationiiiB such soldier permanently within the Unilcd Slates, and, if possible, near their homes. Want House Has Guests NEWBURYPORT, Mass. (U.I'.) — [lousing .shortage being what it is. i Ncwburyport family on the move noticed a desirable vacant house iml settled down. They learned, lowcver, that it wasn't so simple >s nil that when a bank that nvncd the house complained lo lno police. Read Courier News Want Ads. LAWN CHAIRS and PORCH SWINGS Made to Your Order. Order Yours NOW! Ellis (Nick) Nichols Woodworking Shop 308 South First Street HUDSON Sales and Service Roy E. Baker 1» now back In oar Service Department read? to (ive yon that quality service ai In iirewar limrs. We have » larr* itock of auto and truck parts. Glin Harrison Motor Co. 517 \V. Ash St. Phone 2552 Be on the sale side—don't let the lack ol accessories keep you bom "playing ball" with food production. Better j check up on chains, grease guns, filter elements and other accessories so you can "stay in the game." If you need supplies, come in and see us. We want lo help you "PLAY SAFE I" Headquarters for Genuine IH Part* DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPAQ Blytheville, Ark. FLOORS REEINISHED New Floors Laid and Finished. Make Your Old Floors Look New—Modern Sanding Equipment Used. Cull 4R3 for Free Estimate Deal's Paint & Wallpaper Store Paints, Wallpaper, Stats-O-Wood Awnings 1M So. First "We Clean and Wax Floors" Phone *6» Paul E. FHzpatrick, above, is prominently mentioned to succeed Postmaster General Robert E. Hanncgan as chairman of the Democratic National Committee if the latter, as expected, resigns that post. Fitzpatrick, a Buffalo, N. Y., radio station operator, is chaiiman of the Democratic New York State Committee. BONDED AND 24-Hour INSURED TAXI SERVICE CALL 968 Let l/s Service Your Car We Specialize in > WASHING ' GREASING > VACUU/V\ CLEANING Phone 553 We'll Call for Your Car and Deliver It Back to You Railroad Street Bill Wundcrlich — Heir Robinson's Drug Store We Carry a Complete Stock U. S. TIRE S Langsion-Wroten Co. Buick Sales and Service Walnut at Broadway r THE OLD JUDGE SAYS... \ ^alural Aid for Rheumatism Arthritis Neuritis Don't neglect what may scorn to be a trivial ache or pain and allow a se• rious ailment to develop. Make the palatable Mountain Valley Mineral Water your "ounce of prevention" against stiffened joints, stabbing nerves or aching muscles. Phone lor a cose today. HOUNTA1N VALLEY MINERAL WATER PTMI H«t Sfftan Arfc. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Mb * DtlttM, BHUwvm*, Alt. TED: "Clem and I were \vondcrm 1 what you thought of that new movie about the chronic alcoholic, Judge. Understand you saw it bclore we did." OLD JUDGE: "'s true most of us never see a case as extreme as that in real life Iwcause they are so lew and far between. But it docs point out one thing .. chronic alcoholics arc abnormal iicople <jnd we've got lo change our ideas about how to help them." CLEM:"]n what way, Judge?" OLD JUDGK- "We've got to realize that excessive drinkers are suffering from more than a craving for alcohol. According to psychiatrists and medical men at one of our Kreat universities. Hie alcoholic is a 5ick person. The study of hundreds of oases show s. he is sulTennR from some physical, social or emotional condition... just as in Ihe case ol thai poor chap in the picture, l-'ovlunalely, Ihey represent only a very small pcrccnl;it;e ol those who drink." Tl\D- "Is anythinR being done to rc.illy help llicsc folks. .Uidj>e?" OLD JUDGK: "Yes... a great deal in clinics'tlnouRhout Ihc country. And with the cooperation of the beverage dislillors who sincerely want their product used only in moderation." Refrigeration Service! We have an Expert Service Man to take care of your Refrigeration and Washing Machine Service; also Electric Motor Service. We also carry a complete stock of New Parts for all makes of Equipment. Work Guaranteed. Reasonable Prices. Tom Little Appliance Co. 105 West Main St, Blytheville, Ark. Phone 415 Don't Gamble any Longer! The Present Used Car Market Will Never Be Higher Sell Your Car to us NOW! and Get The , j TOP CASH PRICE ANY iMAKli — ANY MODUL You don't have to Shop Around— Drive in to us and Get TOP CASH PRICE Langston-Wroten Company^ Aulhori/i'd HUICK S;i!cs and Service Phone 553 Walnut and Broadway aJttrlixritHtit s{xnisoi€J ly Confirtnct«J Akof.oHc LESLIE TURNER WASH TURKS GOOD GCKHftU MISHTY! BUT WOT ftBOUTTH' BLEEKE5 VOU'tL PROBABLY THATTSIR.TULKIE? WITH ACANTEENO WATER, A BIT 0' FOOD' AND A VERY NASTY WOUND" ...TH6N WIRED THE BLEEKES OF JEROMES FATAU ACCIDENT...ANP SAID US WAS 8RINSINS THE BODY HCME- It'D MANASEO 0 SET A CASKET-BORED HOIES FOR VENTIUATION- REMEMSER 'EM, ALOM6 THE BOTTOM SHERIFF *.~. U= WU RECALL, HAL SAID JU.KIE AtfUVED HERE 6 WiVS MTEK VE ESCAPED- THffTD BE CHRISTMAS. THAT WAS Al*0 THE DM VALK ARR1VEP WITH'JESEOHE'S W7OS \<A\CK OP O.-\£ VJCOD' KO'.-S 10 FEEL O?F THIS COAT- RL BUILD A. FiS;= -fo KEEP RU3Y LVHLE &EAYSR W^\ WHILE ,10ii'RE

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