The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 19, 1946
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TUESDAY, MAKC1I 19, IMG BLYTIIKVlLliB (AUK.) COUUllill NKWS Acheson Advises Loan To British Undersecretary Soys Loan Necessary For Internationa! Trade DETTIIOIT, Mich., Mar. 13. (UP) —Undersecretary of Slate Dean "Acheson said Monday the Untied Slates would Ijenefit' as much as Great, Britain from griiiitliw the $3,700,000,000 Hrilish loan. He told tlic Economic Club of Detroit that the loan is necessary for free International trade in the post-war world markets. Aclieson described (he pi credit as till- "oiip last clear chance to restore world trade lo put it on u basis which would yer- mil someone who .sold goods to England' to get .some money which he could then take and use Brazil or the United States France." Failure to grant the credit to Oreat Britain, he added, "woul. mean a lowered standard of living throughout the world . and lowered markets for tlie United Stales." He said the agreement for the loan—which must be approved by the U. S. Senate—constituted an understanding "to move forward towards the removal of controls and restrictions whicji hamper and reduce international trade so that bqth of us and oilier nations may prosper in an expanding world economy." •Acheson recounted five agreements entered into by the British, contingent upon the loan. The British agreed to: . 1. Support, trade proposals designed to free world trade of discriminatory and hampering restrictions. 2. Make dollars 01 WASH TUBBS PAGE I'M to GRATEFUL TO VOUi £A«V! FOR *£ LOWS AS I CAN REWW rve tffn CURIOUS ABour THE WORLD OUrsiPE THAT HOUiE.. Into ,AHD NOW 6UPPENLV .^LjY^'JlL __ HY I-KSUK TUUNKR AND.,. WELL IT SORT Or FRISHTENS ME! I MOW HOWl VOU MUST f EEli Wirtl £0 MANV SfRftNGE NEW THINGS TO SEE FUR THE REST JlWE...BUr V3U1LCATCH UP CLICK Runaway He/Vess, Companion Held After Whirlwind Romance IN THE WiORHlU vou i\w K A yir BEWILPERED BV AIL THE CEFVSrER ANP reorOeRAI'HE?- TH« \V'U POUR IN HERETO iff S'OU-_ ^ V'""' NEWS,HOK6V-Blfr THE FACT VHftT WUK TOD IS SUITE A PROMINEM IHEATRICUL PRODUCER WON'T HURT THE -. ---- DETROIT, Mar. 19. (Ut>)—The blessing' of a forgiving father Indicated today that a 24-year-old .unemployed truck driver would go free for his romantic t'scapuUc with blonde Suzaimc Piocdleft, the 16- year-old runaway Milwaukee Heiress. The. girlj- and hei- companion, Ollie" Williuins, spent Ihe nlgbt ni drab Highland. Park'Jall- and"we'fe expected-lb make formad stattiments to Wayne . cpimtjr'. autlioritles 1 today on their whirlwinii iqiiiaiice. Tile glrl ; s father, Milwaukee grain and malt magnate Kurtls Fi-Qedteri, told' Wayiie' Cdiinty prosecutor Gerald O'iriah that he was not a "vengeful liiari" aiiii' dill not want Williams pfbseculeU. Neither, did Susanna; wlio' prp^ lessed still to love tlie divol'ced father of two children whom' she met on u bus to Deirolt utter" ruh- liing away frorh an exclusive Mact- ison, Wis v school t<j be "oil her own." " -"I love him; 1 ' the heiress said. available to any 2*??* tlley <1 ° n ' t d ° a " yt " itlg W American doing business with the United Kingdom or having investments there 3. Permit exchange of pounds | {»' ^JHSe for any currency in business transactions In the sterling area. , 4. Impose no .import restrictions which would discriminate against the United states. 5. Negotiate with creditors to get n substantial part of tlic present $14,000.000.000 indebtedness written off, without using any of the loan to pay off any of these debts. Froedtert, reached by telephone al Miami- Beach, Fla., told O'Brien but. .O'Brien salt a decision aftei tatemeiHs have been taiceii on whe- Baptist Leader Dies WACO, Tex.. Mar. 19. (U.P.I — Baylor University Monriav mourned the death of' Dr. josiah Blake Tidwell. 74. outstanding Baptist leader, teacher and author for more thaii a hnlf centur\ r , who died at His home here after a long Illness. Dr. Tidwell was chairman emeritus of Baylor's Bible Department. He .ha'd seryed as head of, the de- 'paltmerrt from 1910, until" h c was forced to retire last year because of poor health. , Funeral services will be held lo- mort'ow. A memorial service will be conducted at Baylor's Chapel arid all the school's flags will remain at half mast until after the , funeral. Dr. Tidwell was a native of Alabama and a graduate of Howard College at Birmingham. His first post at Baylor was as endowment secretary in 1909. her Williams woitlcl be charged s'tth cuhtributlpg to the delin- oitency of a minor. Tlie girl faces no charge, but nerely is beiiig held for her par- 'Uts and 'until the statements have been tiikeh. O'Brien said the father sounded ' take the 'all broken iiu" ovet the ntJaif. lease. Williams, dufccd by the discovery hat his chalice acquaintance on a >its came from one of Wisconsin's wealthiest fumllk'.s. said ovily that le still loved tlic Bill and wunU'tl lo marry her. Miss Fiocdleit and Williams were arrested in Highland I'nrk. A Detroit suburb, early yesterday alter a| frantic three-state search since March 11 when the girl disappeared front the Madison school: They were found in a room ol the middle-class home ol Williams' uncle, who had believed his nephew's story that he and the beautiful, blue-eyed girl were married. Williams sal<i the girl told him her name WHS Sue Muer when he met her on the bus. she had 00 cents in her purse and William:; had $a. Suzaihip told police she "Rot tired" ql school and boarded a bus fur Detroit,' where she bad visticd several tiniest Williams struck up an acquaintance, \yhlch led to thti pair posing as man and wife at the home of Williams' uncle, licl- ihon Ivle. Police were tipped otf by Ben- ilie Ivle', brother of Helmon, who overheard the two In a conversation iii which tlic gllT admitted to lover she was the missing heiress frantically sought by her distraught parents. Joseph W. Hicks and Joseph Rapkin, attorneys for the family, and an unidentified private secretary we're in Highland Park ready to giil home upon her re- At The HosrntaU Walls Hospital Admitted: liitant jttnmie Bell. city. Mrs. W. li. Moore, city. Horn to Mr. anil Mrs. Troy IjOe Graham, city, a daughter this morning. Dismissed: Ix>Hnc Tlionuis, cily. Mrs. Krnest KooniK and daughter, HI. 3. city, rail! I-WU'r, Steele, Mo. ltl> llieville Hospital Admllled: Holand oenc Warrlniiton, city. Jert'v Hnlsell, city. • Mrs. Kulice Wlilte. city. Born to Mr. ami Mrs. Albeit Tosh. city, n son yesterday after noon. Dismissed: '• Mrs. Benlah West, i.nxora. reggy Jean Willialns, city. Mrs. Gallic-Moore, Grider. Tonuhie Phillips Jr.. Orider. .Mrs. Kaymond Su.ntlmrd, Dell. Mrs. Gordon Harris and Ijaby cily. Mrs. c. E. nenfro and bab'v city. Clyde Edward. BflrUor, city. A. J. Sanclera. city. Willie B. lioss. city. Hulen Earl Batcheior, Dell. Mrs. Melvin Estcp. Rt. :(. city. Memlttils' naptist misjillal' Admitted: Jinties Ellison, Joiner. Memphis St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Willie Young, slcele, Mo. Miss Edna Kale Hnle, dmighter "f Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Hale, who Is 'uukinu her holne In Washington, *. c;.. underwent a inlndr nose op- 'I'utUiii Prldn.v. Her condltlun Is 'lUislai'tory: Mr and Mrs. KH]ttc Tyro.!!!' and four children. Charlotte, PiUiielii, ''fry and Jimmy, liiive moveO lieu- from Kennott. Mo. They wilt liiake Iliflr hohii; I'or tlie prbsOtil wllh his brother. John Tyrone, and family. The two brothel's will W connected In the spray paliUliiK business. Mrs. Paul Join's of Memphis spent the weekend here with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Mcl.eun. Mrs. B. P. Gay hns returned from St. Pi'lersbute, I" 1 !"-, where she was Ihe uuc'sl iwo months of her Bister. Mis. J. W. While, anil Mr. While. Mr. While has been seriously 111. While there. Mis. Gay's son, 1). P. Jr., received a discharge and with Mrs. Guy ciuhe to St. Petersb'iii'K "here they lire at present nmkinr. their homo. Mr. anil Mrs. Bryant Stewart spoilt yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. P. E. Cooley has gone to Pine Bluff for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. B. D. Dealt, and family. Glee Club Has Out-Of-Town Engagements lilythi'Vllli' i il|;tt School Cikv OHib schedule tor the remaining Weeks 01 school liK'luik'H several ! out-of-lown I'lma^i'liu'itls, Mrs. Wilson lli'iiry, dlii'ctor. miltl today. Climax 01 the i>i'ui;niins In which e (Hoc Club will |>(iitlt'l|>:ile Is the Stale Convention April 2li at North Little Hock. 'I he district vccul fesllvnj, will bo held April 6' lit Arkunsiis stale colli'uc, Junes- boro. 'I'wo n'p|K)lntniei)t.s this wrek In Hlythovllli', me Wednesduy. wlum they will Mill;) at thu Klwunis Club lunchcoti meet, tind TUurscluy nl(!ht. when lhf>y will present a prournm ul the "Y", One of Hie flrsl md-ol-town ])!c.senUi(lon.s for the club since cotiveiHlon.s alitl festivals we're lit- terrnpted by ihe war, was Krlday morning :i(, Shawiiee School of .Jollier. ,'lhc Gills', Boys' and Mixed Chorus KMijf during ihc 'assembly period. They \verti extended' the Itivltnllou by John Ueniwtt, super- InliMKlcnt "f Slmviicc Consolldnted Hl'llOOls. Aei'otii|)hnyliiK the 05 singers and their director, who went liy c»r and the school bus, were Mrs. Malt acTliees riiul Mrs. J. T. West- brcok. fttvrvof To B> H«U C. of G. OW/cers Homed in Pemlscot An organization meeting of the Caruthersviile. Mo., Chaiiiber of Commerce was held Thursday, with about 80 interested citizens present. Roy W. Harper, attorney, served as presiding officer and explained the, ^purpose _. % of the, meeting and "the 1 good the'*clty cali derive from svlch an organizatlpn. Elected to the Board of Directors were. . Two-year term, Tony Ferris, James T. Ahern, Willie ClinfHn. Roy Harper, N. W. Helm; Iverson Mlciiie, Dick Ne'eley, A. B. Rhodes and Charles Q. Ross. One-year term, w. B: Bernard, Dennis Cain, Perry Cooperniah, Wynian Dillihari. Fred irbnley, J. Ralph Hutchison, B.' P. Rogers, L. K. VnnAiisdall and Gordon Wright. The directors will meet this week to organize and consider applications for a full-time secretary- manager. Virginia Walker Wed To Starling Harmon Mrs, Dora Walker of Manila has announced the marriage of hei daughter. Miss Virginia Walker, to Starling Harmon, son of Mis. Minnie Harmon. The wedding was solemnized Feb. 28 at the home of the Hcv. c. J. 'Rushing, pastor of Manila Baptist Church. Mr. -Harmon, who is grocery business, recently charged from the Army. Bits of News Mostly Personal in the was dis- Grass Islands widows of the Sandwich have the names of their e.x-husbanas tattooed on their tongues. James W. McKenzie, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McKclii-.ic, has gone to Atlanta. C.a., and Montgomery, Ala., where he will be the Sliest of his two brothers. Bill and Sam McKen?.ie.. Mr. McKenzie has bceii here. with his parents since his recent discharge. He Is n veteran of three years service. Lawrence Young has received discharge irom the Army at Cam]) Chaffee and arrived home after three years service. Dr. Edna Nies and her sister and housecnesl, Mrs. G. C. Sayre of Durant, Mich., spent several days last \vcek in Memphis. Carl Mullins of San Francisco, formerly of Blythevillc, Is visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Neal and Mrs. Lola Culbertson spent the weekend visiting friends in Tennessee and Kentucky. TIME... We Specialize in Remodeling - RestySing With the present shortages in clothing making hew garments hard to get, many people are bringing us their last year's gar- ments for Remodeling and Restyling. Skilled seamstresses in our own shop assure you the fihest in Workmanship. Let Us Bcrlou-Morhproof Your Garments A sure way to prevent moth damage. K«eps them free from moths for 1C years S . . . and for Better Cle anihg - Quicker Service -Ready in S Hours - Bring Your Clothes to HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER 3iO Wes* Main St. Blytheville, Ark. TAILOR Phone 2612 Helps Build Up Rethtarice Against c N T IAMPS, iRVOUS NSION jrdliiK to a report of a prom- female doctor of Nebraska, , prefer red mid adults nre ft* Rev. frelvlri i." forte <rff - Hlgden, Ark, will conduct nightly* smites lot th« evangtUstlc a**!'""" 1 Ing at Burdette Church of God P* ^v^l began , Bundny «n*-i will coKtlhl^ Through trie next ~ two weeki. Ttitie ,1s to" be .special;, u music and singing. The public Is invited, It was art- J nounced by the Rev. J. A. Fair-"" cloth; pfciitof. • ; -. ,. *'• Average meri.Ui &if for all clU-'-'- «fns tii' the'U. B. Is 14.24'; the aver- •- rtg« for adults' excHls'Wely Is"' 17.7 ( Of "CERTAIN DAYS* 9 of the month Tak* Ttifc Great MeAclne Thruout TirtHionthl MM A ft* StMnchk Tonic I Do fetnal* functional periodic dta- iurbAnceji cnuse you to Buffer from monthly cramps, lienclnbhe. tmcknclie; fe*l n«voui ( tired, Jittery, crrmfcy— cb WHEN CONSTIPATION makes yqufeel punk as (lie dickers, brings on ttomtch upset, sour tasie, gassy dlkcijmfort, take Dr. C«ld well's fatnous liiedklrih to quickly pull the iriKRtr on tizy "tn- nnrtls" and help you feel bright tnd chipper again. DR. CALDWELL'Sis Ihe wnmlnful acn- »a Inintive contained in good old Syrup Pepsin lo make U so easy lo take. MANY DOCTORS use pepsin prepara- tioiis in jirescrip'tloris lo make the medicine more palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. INSIST ON* DR. CAlDWEtA'S—the U- vorite of millions for 50 years, and (eel that wholesome relief from constipation. Even finicky children love E(. CAUTION: Use only as directed. PR. (WELLS SENNA L\X\TIYE CONTAIN " 1H SYRflP PEPSIN Vegetable Compound to rcllbvo nuch •ymptonul Fluklmm'H Compound DOCS MORE thnu relieve nuch monthly pain. It also relieves ftccompiuiylng wejik, tired, nervous feelings—or gucll nature. Itlins it soothing otrcct on 0110 of womah'fl most Important orgims. Onr 100 Million Botllet Soldi Taken thruout the mnnth-Pluklmm'a Compound helps Inilld up realntunca ftgnlnst such dlntrcSA. In cuae you Butler like thla-we urge you to give IMnkham'ti Compound a fair trinl. ThouaiuuiH upon UioufiiUida of Rlrls ami women Imvo reported rmnctt-knblu bencrUa. Juat BCa II you, too, nren't clo- llglllccl with rcsultal All drug- •torea. VEGETARLI COMPOUND ATTENTION!!! Mr. ond Mrs. Auto Owner If You Want The Highest Price For Your Car... Be Sure And Come To— LANGSTON-WROTEN CO. Authoriml IHJICK Soles and Sehfici; Phone 553 Walnut & Broadway If you're sharing a telephone party line, you're helping someone else here have telephone service now. Otherwise he'd likely be waiting his turn for service. Party-line service is one way of stretching the telephone system here — to serve as many people as possible now instead of asking some to wait until we've had time to put in the wires and cables and switching equipment needed to serve everybody who is waiting. It's a big job—catching up with four years of backcd-iip SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE CO. demand; BUt we're!'harVa at it. As soori'fia possible, we'll biihg s6rVite to everybody wK6 is waiting tot it-. And, after tHkt, we expect to be able to furnish orie-fairiily tefep'Kbhfe service to those whri warit it'. "GOOD f6f party-lirtiars Before calling, please listen to sefe whether the line is'in'ufeV If it is, hafig up ^eriity arid" try yoiir call again a little laier.' ' •••—.. When talking, retnembiif your' paiiy-lirie neighbor—he may want to make a call—so please be "reason-' ably brief: • Between calte; try to allow a little timfe so the oilier people 6ii the line may have the' opportunity to use it. Ask the children to follow these good neighbor sUfctBrtioiB, too.

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