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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 21, 1946
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BLYTIHSVILUg (AUK.) COU1JIEK NEWS Pepper Advises 'Kg 3' Meeting 0«tlin«s Program For International Accord TO Avert Atomic Race : WASHINGTON, March 21. (UP) , -fSieri. Cl»ude Pepp«r, 0., pjn., Wednesday called lor an Immediate meeting of th« Big Three to smooth out major differences among the Uu/tel states, Russia and Great Britj|in. .„ v., .. -:., ^ w : jj t - If) a r 6.00O- word Senate speech on' Americitt foreign' OJbHejr;' Pep-' per putlined a broad program of int«piaUonai .cooperation whicjv he »*gifcd Is the only alternative . to "» 4*sp«rat« atomic armament race and in the end war." ' Klf program Included: • l.'An agreement by all of the »% Three to destroy their respee- (Jve facilities for making atomic weapons, and permit representative* of the United Nations Secur- flty Council to witness the deslruc- tiog ." "I would prefer that Ve should tint destroy every atomic bomb We have and smash every facility We : possess capable of producing only destructive forms of atomic energy,'' Pepper said. . 2. 'Joint occupancy by the United N»tipns of strategic army, navy and air leases held by any nation outside its homeland. *.*: Equal access for all nations to . the critical raw materials of the v orJ0, particularly oil. 4. Turn over League of Nations mii^Jates to the UNO Trusteeship Council Removal of all foreign troops from Palestine, which should be' placed under the Trusteeship Cornell !i. Guarantee that Germany and JajMn never will be permitted to wagr war. Accomplish this by '''iwilessjy". moving for "derrtllt- tamation, denazification, deccn- tr»Ijj»tion, decartelization and rc- edjcstion 1 ' of the conquered people* . f. Work out over-all economic; Pof$cal and cultural cooperation amopg the major powers. Pwpper.made an open appeal for support of Sen. Arthur H. Vamlcn- berf , R., Mich. H e said Vandenberg had such an Important influence on American foreign affairs Ihnt he <#d not wish to have his oppo- IVpper review-id disintegrating relations between the Big Three, a#d cited a number of incidents »Wch he felt justified Russia's erojring suspicions t and 'dependence upon her ow nstrength. ' "Ift there be" convened at once a meeting of the heads of the governments of Great Britain, Russia and the United States and a full- sc«k conference of the Big Three set under way post haste," Pepper said. He tald Army chief of staff Dwfcht D. Eisenhower, Soviet Marshal 'Qregori zhukov and British gen. sir Harold Alexander also shoijld attend, a s well as business- mejj and labor and agricultural leaders Pepper said agenda of such conference. "must. be. the restoratio TURNER WASH TUBES . AND BURN UP THE KOftV TO THAT TELEPHOrO AND MOW WE'D LIKE A VOLJBKUEEftHCNEV ...THAT'S SETTER! BUT VOUKE A urrue THE MAN WHO KEAUN FOUND KM WAS HAL IRBYI PR0BA&LV THE RRST PifitK WU THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 19-IG —• >^*i.«.w*..ivt <a]iiuii£ vile . £] by »orklng out agreement on the l-anAa mental issues—military, eco- no "W c . political and cultural—which tod»> are holding up agreement on ti)e specific issues that come be- I»e,the :security.-xoiincii:""-, rft swill .riot; .seek,' agreement' oh de^jl,.but,-brh i ttiii«i> basic-; pl-lhcipleS oil Y hi ch the detaited'isEues pivot*'*' Pepper said. Pepper charged that America's failure to stop atomic bomb production on V-J Day already has precipitated suspicion and ill will Red Plant—Symbol of Industrial Might This huge.metallurgical plant, recently built in Kazak Republic-, symbolizes the rapidly cxpandine Russian industrial might which has launched the USSR on a C|iiest for raw materials machinery and markets throughout eastern Europe and the Orient. It is (o factories like this that the Red Army V, if.!T ,•..-. is reported to have sent machines rinnnri from Manchurhm Blunts. i and a "desperate atomic bomb raee among the- major powers." He said that destruction of our own facilities for making atomic weapons before the proposed Dig Three confcrc'uce would enable the United slates to go into the conference "with the cleanest of hands.'' 'But It will not be Imperative that we destroy our atomic bomb facililles before going to such a conference If we will solemnly offer lo do so, it the other members of the Big Three will covenant to destray all sucli facilities which they have ami all of us will agree that the fullest access to all of our countries shall be allowed to representatives of the Security Council to witness in all our countries such destruction,"' Pepper said. "We should all have lo pledge ourselves never to make any \vca- out of atomic energy and to give representatives of the security council the most open and the freest riyhl of examination of our facilities and research in this field at all times. "Our areement to destroy our Teen-Age Boy Imprisoned In Railroad Car . s. e. e resoration «— nB"- 1 -'"^'"- «j ucamo 1 um of confidence among the Big Three bomb-mhkHj facilities must also - ..... be upon condition lhat all the present and future body of knowledge. respecting atomic energy shall be freely poured into the international channels of science and become the common property' and : the hcvvesc servant of , mankind. 1 ; f .' QUIT&IAN, Miss., Mar. 21 (U!'> —A search continued throughout Mississippi lotliiy for (he pnrcnt.s of a tccn-jigc boy who was loimd ncnr death in n rflilrond box cur ill Johnson city. Tciin. He hnd been locked in tile car for more than a week. The search for the parents was being conducted by C. B. Hood, hcud of the Hood Lumber Co.. of 'Qultiuim. It wns in n Itood Company car that the boy wns found, suffering from Liilrst nnd malnutrition. There were no signs of injury. Hood sakl that [he youngster, nbout 15 years old. was well dressed. Railroad detectives were nt he was hitching loss to explain how lie became locked in the car. They said apparently "not the type who'd be rides on n freight." The box car hnd been loaded at the Hood mill In Mount Olive, | Miss. From there it had gone to I Jackson, Miss.,-. Mcridinn, Miss.; Blrinliighnm, Ala., and then toi Johnson City. | farmer Faces Charge In Poison Attempt FRANKLIN. Term., Mar. 21. (UP) —lolm Edwards, Thompson Station. Ten))., 20-year old farmer who admitted his attempt to poison his ivifc, unborn child nnd five ill-laws is scheduled to appear before general sessions court, here Saturday. Edwards said he poured a can of lye into Ills father-in-law's well lo get even with hi.s niothcr-in- , Mrs. Bryant Harris, "for try(o separate me and my wife." ? V J C ' Mrs ' Eila M »l Harris ™S s> "• !l l cd < " vorcc proccc ' j Bs three weeks ago. Edwards confessed he mixed Paris Orcen In „ h, B of feed which cau"- ccl the death of three cows and .^poultry owned by hi s iy^ __^N cws W aiit Ads. Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be annoyed or feel ill at ease because of loose, wabbly falL tee h. PASTEBTH, an improved a N haline (non-acid) iwwder, sprinkled " Hc , hey feel more comfortable. Sooth- Inn and cooling to gums marie sore by excessive acid mouth. Avoid embarrassment caused by loose nlntr* Ge^PASTEETH today aTany^dn.^ 2,000 Vehicles Slated For Sale Surplus Trucks Being Offered In Louisiana Beginning Next Week Over 2.000 surplus vehicles will i>c sold at Camp Livingston, located just north of Alexandria, Louisiana <iurin B the week of March 25, .7. W. Jarrett, uttle Rock Regional Director. War Assets Corporation, stated today. Most of these vehicles are trucks ranging In slz e from half-ton to five tons. Only a few 'Jeeps' are included in this sale. All vehicles mny be Inspected during the week previous to the start of the sale. The order of sales have been set "P as follows: Monday—to federal Agencies; Tuesday—to State and local governments; Wednesday and Thursday—to veterans, for personal use; and Friday—to veterans, dealers. Claude Marks, representative of the Little Rock Office of War Assets Corporation, will attend the sale ami will lend every possible as- sistcnce to Arkansas veterans^ state and local governments desiring to make purchases, Mr. Jarrett said. The ft. Worth Regional office consumer goods division o f the War Assets Corporation, will be ;i):u'gc of the sale. Ill WARNING OKDKR In the Chancery Court, Chickp • sawba District. Mississippi County, Arkansas. Goldic Davis Smith Plaintiff, vs. No. 9494 B. H. Smith Defendant The defendant B. H. Smith is hereby warned to api»ar' within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Goldie Davis Smith. Dated this 27 day of Feb., 1946. • HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Freida O'Neal, D. C. Ed B. Cook, Atty. for Pltf. G. W. Barham, Atty. ad Litem. L«Miu-Up-Expelt Thick Choking Phlegm Bronchial Coughs Coughs due to Colds fipend 46 cents today ivt any druB ?.'?x?.. f< £ a bnlll ° o f Buckley's CANAD1OI. Mix-lure. Take .1 Ica- srmonrul, let It lie r>n your tongue n moment (lien swallow slowly. J-TeBl Us powerful cnccllvu actlnn spread thru Mii-ont. head and tubes Acts taut to easo coughing spasms <">'] loosen «p thick choking plilegm wh ch Bcems to clog ths tubes and mnko hreathltis difficult—helps mrniy get better night's rest Try Buckley* Canadtol nn our guarantee of satisfaction or money tack. 45c_S5c—all druggists. HOKUM'S DRUGS - SAID SHE FELT "DOWN AND OUT'!.. But Famous Cereal Helped Relieve Her Constipation Harsh laxatives got yon feeling dragged out? Then read this sincere, unsolicited letter: "Constipation hnd me frclinfr down nn.l out nnil Inckinn pep ftnil enemy, Uut not anymore. Not since I lake AI.L-BUA N in- slcnd of harsh Inxnlivrs. ICa miraculous •whut HUB firie-lastinir cereal can do for n person in such n rhort tinre." Miss Jlnrion Krnusc. HI83 Fojrcrett Avenue. Detroit 5. Michigan. You, too, may never have to take another harsh laxative for constipation clue to lack of bulk in the diet, if you cat KELLOGG'S : ALL -BRAN every day and drink plenty of water. Try it as a delicious cereal—and in muflins. I KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN is not a purgative. It's a wholesome cereal made from the vital outer loj/e;s of wheat. It provides gentle bulk helpful to normal laxation. ;Try it for ten days. If not completely satisfied, send empty carton to the Kellogg Company, Battle , Creek, Michigan. Get double your money back! ' Get ALL-BRAN at your gro- j cei-'s. Made by Kellogg'a of Battl» Creek and Omaha. The detectives were certain that the boy was not in the car when it was loaded at the Mount Olive mill. After Hint—well, they didn't know how, where or when he entered the car. Only two-thirds of the world in- 1 habitants are coiinteclTiv a census. Railways. ".. Too Late to Classify For Sole. Jl u.l ill in For Prompt Service On Animal Vaccination CALL Dr. W. A. Taylor VETERINARIAN I SiMciali/.c in Treating 'All Forms of Swamp Fever Dnylinic—Phone '184 Dowdy-Aycock Motor Co. Night Phone—2138 Conio Hotel. E. Main St. v\ 'p-fo-the-mint/te Just Received! A limited supply of the Famous PRESTO PRESSURE COOKERS Modernize your, farm Where You Save! Everything yim l )U y from i ls represents a saving to you because of our consistent low prices and hijjh quality. NOTICE! for the BEST NEW FLOUR home with the! Lerio Automatic Water Systems Be ready for that fiat tire before it happens, with the new SCISSORS TYPE AUTO JACK Give Your Livestock proper care. It pays! We carry a complete line of Dr. LeGear's Stock Remedies You'll Fin* Everything A Good Hardware Store Should Hare at Hubbard Hardware Co. 2015 213 West Main Street The World Food Crisis Has Caused A Change In Al! Flour . . . BUT Housewives Still Say er 7tlarket 109-HI MAIN STREET FREE PARKING FOR YOUR CAR IN THE REAR OF OUR STORE. JANE GOOD—JUMBO p* s PEANUT BUTTER 20 LOOSE-WILES CRACKERS KRISl'Y 7 oz. Pkg. 10 FACIAL « SOAP liOAP WOO INJURY'S For 2T CLOTHESPINS „„„ 20 ROCKWOOD'S 8oz Bar BAKING CHOCOLATE 15 MONARCH, White, No. 2 Can CORH MONARCH HOMINY No. "WHITK 10 Can 59 JACKSON's PORK & BEANS No. 2 Can 13 WE STILL HAVE AN AMPLE SUPPLY OF WHITE FLOUR IN Betty Jane, Shibley^ Best and Finest Silk AVAILALBE—On or about April 15th, we will have our allotment of the following Soaps: Crystal White Soap — 5c Cashmere Bouquet 3 Bars for 27c SUPER SUDS 25c PRODUCE CALIFORNIA, Large Bunches CARROTS Bunch Home Grown, Mustard, Kale, Turnip GREENS Pound 12 TEXAS GREEN CABBAGE Pound TEXAS, Juicy ORANGES Dozen 25' FLORIDAGROWN NEW POTATOES Pound . MEATS TENDERIZED PICNICS Pound 26 COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE PORK Pound 32 ALL MEAT BOLOGNA Pound 28 WHITE RIBBON SHORTENING 4 Lbs. 83 We have a limited supply of BEEF U. S. GOOD YOUR HOME OWNFO GROCERY &MARKET. PARKING SPACE IN REAR OF STORE RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on any make or model Reliable Workmanship. PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Callihon Electrical Appliance Co. Aqtb^rlxcd Motorola Radte ., i Sites and Scrriee 1,06JSo. First St. New Theater Manila's Finest Saturday & Sunday, Mat. I ('clock Sunday A Tuesday NljhU, S;J* o'clock All other nlghU. • e'eteek, Last Time Today • "LADY ON A TRAIN" with Deanna Durbin News and Comedy Friday Springtime in the Rockies with Gene Aulry Serial & Comedy CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Costs So Little" Week D&TK Starts at 7 p. m. Last Time Today DOUBLE FJt*,TXnRB "MR. LUCKY" with Cary Grant and Laraine Day "Moonlight & Cactus" with Tom Kennedy and Evelyn Knox Also Short Friday and Saturday "Bullets for Bandits" with "Wild Bill" Elliott and Tex Kilter "Ever Since Venus" with Hugh Herbert and Glenda Farrell Serial: "Jungle Queen" Chapt. 11 Also Short Last Time Today OF MEN AND MICE" with Burgess Meredith, Betty Field, Lon Chancy Jr. and Stepin Fetchil Cartoon: "Lights Fantastic" ard-^ KKO News f Saturday Owl Show < 'PEARL of DEATH" with Basil Kalhbone and Evelyn Ankers THEATRE Manila, Ark. Open at 6:W, Show Starts M C:ll Friday and Saturday "DRIFTING ALONG" with Johnny Mack Brown, Lynne 'arvrr, Raymond Hatton, Douglaa Fowley and Smith Ballew Cartoon: "Sopher Soafy" and Odd News 5th Chapl. "Masked Marvel" Ol'EX 6:15; STARTS 7 p. ra Last Time Today 'Pillow to Post' with Iria Lupino. Sidney Grccnslreet and William Prince News of the Day Also Shorts Friday and Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE The Big Bonanza' Richard Arten A Robert Livingston Serial: "The Master Key" Also Shorts

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