The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1941 · Page 2
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PAGEWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS :''•• ••V;.o--;vV' v ••'•*'; •••••'••, • ' A • • 'Financed The^menoan flag (even though hung the \vrone way) is a symbol •of safety ; ,at this cottage in Weston, 12 miles from bomb-blasted Bristol. England.! Tt hangs over "Bellows." a children's h^cfel supported -by A.menc_an funds, which shelters Bristol youngsters in the cqrnD*rative siiiety of the countryside, yet within visiting distance of ;ii their parents.. Above, Wendy, representative of the American .•families.which finance "Bellows," welcomes Geraldine, a new guest. ; . - tells Geraldine a bedtime story." tvpical - S3f f ha ^ n a ^ Little Announces Continued from Page One political favorites or punishing Uiose not in political favor. If I cio become Blyuievilie's.mayor,, any ajjpouumenD mat is inaae Dy mu win be made with the sole iaea 01 putting' into the position invoiveo c.'ic man who is besc equipped to ail mat position, without any con- MCieiriuoh wriaievfer lor poHUca* expediency." in conclusion, Mr. Utile said: "i wane ve/'y nmcii co DC the mayor df Jiiytneviu^, icr mori. iimu one reason, in uie iirst piacc, 11 ^'biiid give me an oppornJiiii-j 10 try my best to ix'piiy* Wiiai/ ^ consmer a ciebi oi gratitude tna t I owe the people of iiiytheviiie lo* ineir 'kuiariess 10 me m the paso, fty exer.ung myseh to the ucinoo. in ah eiio'it to" make goott on u»v juO. In the second place, my jatne. was mayor or biytnevine years ago when I' \\'as a tioj', jor jJtirejy sehUmentaJ rca.suns, i would very, mucn like to have th«, honor oi' being the first son of h iuniier mayor t,o serve my hom^ city in t-hnt capacity. "However, 1 have this further to Ray. I would rather live out tnc rest oi my lue wiinout ever hoia- ing any public oincc tnan to brean. I'auh wun my own conscience, ana mere snouid DC ho rniauncierstaiui- ing upon this score—mat if I am eiecteci to tnis on ice, cnere wul »B no lavonng oi poimcal pets at tne expense 01 others entitled to equal consideration; and no person shoam vote for or'support me with the expectation oi receiving political cr business reward to which he,;is not enciued upon a clear, legitimate consideraaoh of tne best interest of this community as a whole." Catholics Will. Open Nintr^ Eucharistic Congress In Twin Cities ST. PAUL, Minn. (UP) — The Ninth National Eucliar^tic Congress, America's foremost religious "estivaJ, is - expected to ..bring. «ev- 3ral hundred thousand Catholic j Naders and laymen' to the Twin Cities next June 23 to 26. The four-day assembly, which replaces the International Euchar- 'stic Congress this year because of the war, will present, one of the nation's greatest displays of religious splendor. Archbishop John Gregory Murray said the congress for the first "ime would have special programs and demonstrations reserved heretofore for the international con- it takes a year of intensive training to enable ah aviator to be qualified as a pursviit pilot. At least 750 hours of flight training; are necessary before a man Is qualified to begin on bombers. Nearly 35,000 Catholic priests and 333 blshpps have been invited to attend the congress, which is held every three years. The Very Rev. James M. Reardon, pastor of the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis, has been appointed general chairman by Archbishop Murray! •• Preparations ' are being made* for an elaborate religious reception, for. the Papal Legate here and in Minneapolis, and for separate midnight masses for men, women and children. : Preliminary arrangements call for the erection of 30 altars 1 on the. Minnesota state fair grounds and 100 In each of the two city's auditoriums. A combined choir of 10,000; children's voices is being planned. In 1634, in Russia, the penalty for smoking was a whipping for Leads Engineers •. , >—^ In Defense Effort .Frederick H. fowler of San '•> Francisco, above, was elected ;, .preside.it of the American So- '..•cie*y of Civil Engineers at its : recent New York meeting. Important interest jf the society ; under his leadership will be how U.- S. could be protected --'against aerial bombardment and '.•• sabotage in case of,war. tile first 'offense the second. arid death for (HERE r s HELP TO HEAD OFF HEAD COLD MIS'.ERIES. USE I NOSE DROPS; NEW CUSTOMER DRUG STORB ONLY DRUG STORES OFFER YOU BARGAINS BINSON'S .... Only DEL.RAY OF BOSTON PRICES cur TO THE BONE 50c FORHAN'S TOOTH PASTE.. . 50c Jar BURMA SHAVE «... 50c li»AN.A TOOTH PASTE,... 39 39 Modern Charm FACIAL PADS For those in- between cleansings. Kefreshing, fragrant. 49 THE TiSS STORE VELLUM ; 36 .large fiat"'sheets ~~£24 envelopes. ^liie. ^ Wi 1 ^; . A'--jjcjual£ PSODUCT 5Cc PHILLIPS $1.00 MILES NERVINE $125 PERUNA ^ 88c SYRUP PEPSH1 :47c $1,00 WINE CARDUI 79c IF YOU'RE LOOKING, FOR LOWER PRICES Rexall Milk of Magnesia ^ TOOTH POWDER A formula many dentists approve. 29< THE ' Tti^ STORE 100 BAYER ASPIRIN 59e $1,25 CREOMU! C :!ON $198 Pint SUPER 0 Ood liver Oil $1.19 TER TOOTH BRUSH 23c 5Gc TEEL Liquid . WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD ;jcctecl seven youths. 11 of the 191 siguca by the county welfare dc- 1 ipaitmcnt failed to report Tuesday I : night, when the enrollees left Ely-' Itnevuic in rour trucks lor Little I ; «ock, and two others insistcr upon ;reUtniin§s; home, u total of 172 \vas i accepted from the county. | CCC Officers at Little Rock dis- ! cussed a possibility that t.h c group r Litilp Rnrl-i^ nt be 10ITOCd lul ° a Wssisslppi i MUie,r\OCK | county "company-, but there wixs no cotinrniauon of the plan's adoption. HUmors were that most of the .^ n 5, Cn fP! iees ™«W «>e«,a to . __,^^^^ CAa/uwna, COLD CREAM Defender NOSE and THROAT 79' 50c Firstaid QUICK ACTING POUND of cold cream at this extraordinary low price. STORE PLASTERS Accepted single group of CCC? en- sent to camp from one ' , camps m Montana or Utah out the at : ,. one'.time -in lilstorv of ^ »^"*<™ or utaiv, out tin :r^;;acc;ei>ted^oS5is-: P °^ ™* «n«mflimcft. louay. •itnly^at;Little Roc^^ester- •, T^,«-r-L,....... ;"~~~ f v,The Christmas -pf" 18SO was the colaest ou_rec9rd in Great Britain. • . '^ . , • '-":' -•'•"•• Gem Ra r -fl>r and Tkir. Cieni'-Blades Si value HAIR NEEDS i r»Dc Fitches Hulr Tonic. :.'... $1.00 Vilalis Hair Tonic . (jOc Drcnc Shampoo. .§1.00 'Lucky,'Tigcr Hair Tonic. 39 NEW full pound Rexall Theatrical COID CREAM dad' 500 Klenzo FACIAL TISSUES A "ffct acquainted"-extra value combination. Full pound" of Ihc cold cream beautiful, stage and screen \vomm use .svhd'p^P-'of •^00 ijoft, absorbent, cleansing t: tfs. \Vhilc they last.- BOTH FOR ONIY REMEMBR THE D ?^ G STORE FOR &EST VALUES ALWAYS THURSDAY; JANUARY 23, 1941 LIBERTY CASH GROCERS -Prices Good for Friday and Saturday Grapefruit Juice Vat-Vita in Ko.2 Heavy Syrup Can HSc I IRRY'C FR.UIT COCKTAIL idle MOOI Q No 2l/2 can LIBRY'S LIJNC H TONGUE UBBY'S PEARS ^ CORNED M'CORMICK TEA Jb. 21 KffPFT miml DRESSING _ Large Jar A 2 Tomato Juice Fr ^ ** «• *» APPLEBUTTER POTTED MEAT Rosedale tQJ No. 2'/ 2 can 10 2 ill MUSTARD 9 <>/. Jar SYRUP 32 oi. Bottle Swift Rolled Roast Ib. ChucR i Roast Ib. Yello\v Dynamite Ib. Stew Briski't i> Brook field Link. •Sausage Butter Brooktield or 35 Clover Bloom Ib. • ;.- FISH OYSTERS FRYERS Pork Chops ib. Spare Ribs. ; jb,V ; - 15 SLICED RINDLESS Ib.. ...:...;. RIND-O^N 7 Ib .......:..,... 2 j Fancy Sugar -.-Cured, Sliced 25 ib Armour's Star Tenderized or i Puritan 8 to 16 Ib. avg. Ib. SALT MEAT %?.*• CLEO Victorv Ib. 10 SALT MACKEREL Each SuKar Cured in the Piece. Ib. COTTAGE CHEESE 15 SALT MEAT Fo Texas Seedless 3 for 5c POTATOES Red, 18 Ik sack TANGERINES Apples Doz. 15 1)07. 12 TURNIPS Home Grown ib. 2 PANCAKE FLOUR 20 oz. package BLACK PEPPER 1 pound box 5c GREEN ONIONS Rch. California -flA( Ih. Chase & Sanborn Ib. 24 Ib. Sack 19c •JHBMHHMi 38c CRACKERS 2 Ib. Box . . 121c Salad Dressing quart

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