The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1948 · Page 5
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MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1048 FOR SALE DORTCH'S IMPROVED OGDEN BEANS State Certified NON-CERTIFIED OGDEN PURITY 98% Germination 88% C. L. Wylie, Grocer, Promised Land Phone 2025 or L. R. Matthews Gin, Yarbro Phnne 727 NERVOUS, RESTLESS due to this functional 'middle-age' cause? Are you between the a^es 38 and 51 and going through (hat trying functional 'nilddle-Bue' period peculiar to women? Does this make you sut- ler from hoi flashes, leel clammy, «o neri-ons, IrrlUbJe, wcafc? Then no try Lyrtla E, rinkhnm'a Vcgctabls Com|>ound to relieve such symptoms 1 It's famous (or this! £ la "V wise 'mltSdlc-at*e' women Xaxe I'lnKham's CoJHpound regularly to help build up resistance against this distress. Pinkham's Compound contains no opiates—no habli-lormlng drugs. It helps nature (you know what we mean!). ThLs great medicine also has what Doctors call a stomachic tonic eflect. NOTi:t O, >0<l «» r !!•''•'l.Ynit K. riiNKHAM'STAHI.iriS-ill, i . ., ...,,,., ,,„, Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND ATTENTION, LADIES! Do not confuse the WASHERETTE wi(h other types of self service laundr.vs. YOU DON'T DO anythinp; here bul bring your clothes and sort them out like you want them washed. WE DO ALI, THE REST! Hring them by any time and return at your convenience. No appointment necessary—bundles finished rough-dry ready to iron or wear, in approximately one hour- damp dry ready lo hang on (he !ine in 35 minutes and we furnish the soap FREE! Take advantage of this modern, economical service and make wash-day just another slop on your shopping list. WASHERETTE AUTOMATIC LAUN DRY Business Hours—7 a. m to 5 p. m . Open Until 9 p. m on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays Main at Division Phone 966 Propagandist Jailed and Fined Communist Literature Distribution Brings Arrest of New Yorker BinMINGHAM, Ala.. April j._ 'UP)—A former resident of New York Is under a sentence of mo days at hard labor n»d a jioo /|, le for allegedly distributing communist propaganda liere, It was disclosed Saturday. Mayor Claude N. Glllcy of sulj- urban Falrfleld said Harry Mcmh 40. was charged specifically with disorderly conduct. Mensh appealed Ihe Mayor's court sentence He was arrested last Tuesday on Hie complaint of Miss Mary Chns- Iflln of ralrfleld. she charged thai Mensh came to her house and insisted on showing Communist, literature to her and her mother. Palrfielrt police also said Mensh wns soliciting .subscriptions to "Tiie Daily Worker," » Comimmlst ews- paper. Mayor oilley said sflcr Mcixsh's arrest. Iwo of his friends tried to get him out on bond. n c Identified them as Sam J. Hall, Jr.. chairman of the Alabama Communist Parly, and Mrs. Mary Southard, correspondent for Ihe Daily Worker. "If they're back out here Irving lo distribute that literature again we'll put 'cm In jail." Oilley warned. "Anything R mnn rtoes which might lead to a breach of jwace Is disorderly conduct." Hall later Issued a statement, saying, "The Alabama Communist Party recognizes that this is not I jusl an attack on the Communists I ...It Is the home-front face of the I bl-parllsan Marshall plan tr-al Is I breaking strikes and wrecking unions In Europe behind the same 'Comtmtnf.U scare' smog." Arkansas State College | Open House Scheduled | April 16 has been designated as I Open House at Arkansas State College and senior classes from all of ]lhe high .schools in Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri have been invited to spend the day on Ilia rarnpus. A full day's program h,is i been set up in a general plan for the (day. In announcing the day. Dr. W. , J. Ederw, president, font each in- 'vited school a copy of the program. A committee oi faculty members, with Dr. J. W. Turner, dean, as i chairman, has been set up to com| plele the Jrnal details. This com! itttee will plan tours over the cam: pus. under the guidance of collc<ic ! .students, for the visiting hi^li school seniors. It will also ma^e plans for scaling and for Ihe pro- | gram arrangements for the chapel meeting. 'Who's Helping?' Will) the vilal April Itilti dec- lions In Itnly attraclim; worldwide altcnlion, both side; are cleclionecring bitterly. This Home streel-deancr studies a pro-American poster which nsks "Who is helping Italy?" and then calls attenlion lo the Western Powers' offer to return Trieste lo Italy. (PJiolo by NEA-Acme slatt correspondent Albert Blaselti.) Wronjt Number MILWAUKEE (OP)—When Gilbert, Haehrbass tried to call his ' father on the telephone he got a busy signal for about 45 minutes | The operator thinks he'd still be ' trying if she hadn't tipped him off he was calling his own number. liilly ^«tomatic Washer • fills and wnpt • Woshss 8 Ibi.ol clothei inlcsirhan • half-hour; cleaner, whiter. • Spim clothes damp dry . ; . torn* ready for ironing immediately. • Self-balancing— rK, b o | t ; ng down. • S^lf- donning — porcelain iniidi end out, • Can be hood controlled for ipe- cial jobl. Come In! See a Detnonsfrcrtion I AISO SEE THE NEW. • FRIGIDAIRE RANGES . FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS • FRIGIDAIRE HOME FREEZERS . FRIGIDARIE WATER HEATERS ALL FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Adams Appliance Co. J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. 20fi-08 West Main Street Phone 2071 A COMPLETE SERVICE DEPARTMENT IN CONNECTION "^ Maytag, Dexter and Speed Queen Washers For Delivery Today! Spinster, 70, Burns $1 ,000 In $100 Bills BENHAM, N. C.. April S. -UP)_ Curiosity seekers fllcrl Loclny Ihiough [he yard of Miss Roxli: Clark, 70-yc«r-olcl spinster, lo gftze wistfully at -llic spol where silo burned $1.0M hi $100 bills. Miss clark thought the interest silly mid tossed or .suggestions nf sending the nslies lo Washington to be redeemed. "Shucks, I meant for thai money to slay burned." she said. "Might sny 11 wns a tribute lo my mother. Nobody deserved the money." Miss Clark's mother died a quarter of a century ago leaving her only child alone and perplexed as to how to dispose of her Inheritance. Living; alone ivltli only calu lor company, the thought of the money weighed on her mind. She drew 41.900 from the Bank nf Elkln. First she sent SI.000 of It up In smoke and then visited » monument tler.Jor. she bought two monuments of Georgia granite, one to ;>lnce at flic Krnvc of tier mother and a duplicate to be erected on tile lawn of her country home. The monument for Jier lawn Is in memory of the house. On one side the stone nenrs the Inscription, "This monument in memory of this horn? as recorded in the Wilkesboro Courthouse. Forblrtdcn to be sold or In use otherwise through time...." Mis* Clark denies Ihe burning of her tnother's mtincy was eccentric. "After all. It wns her money." she said. As a matter of fact, she said, .she might burn a little more. Marshall Sends Warning to Italy PeopU Ar« Told To Beware Adventure Into Totalitarianism TAHANTO. April •,. (Ul')-U S Ambassador James c Dunn Saturday read a special muuiiKp i, om Secretary of Slate OCOIRO c Mm-. «>«II lo the. Italian people amt Ihen wiiriied them Hsulnst "nron asandlsts who seek (n | lmi ' , 1(v Italian people to an adventure <,f Tntn III a i-1a .,(-,.., n * " The occasion was arrival line of the 500th American «ld shl|) Dunn spoke In t| lc central xqurue of Tn- ranto to several hundred Italians. BoDi lii., S |ie«li a i,rf ,|ie brief message from Marshall wca , sml BS applying (tlrectly to the fierce Kalian election cninpnlijii, nnim ro- J-enlly has been attacked ivy ital- an lr.fll.st., for n | Ugrtl , 1M)d ,„"",, Italian politics. • Marshall's message salrt; "Oil Die occasion of tiie arrival In Italy of the 500th united Slates n d ship Api-ll 3. please csprcss In he itallun Bo vernmcnt thiil thK United Stales aid syrnlwli/.es the Irlendship O f all Amerlcniu for ihe Italian people and America's recognition of their great effort lo reconstruct Ilielr country "The United States Is proud lo be - mcnt of economic condllions for all Italians." Dunn recallcn thai the first American alrt shlii docked ul Genoa seven monllu HBO, nnd snid supplies " Two Memphis Youths Killed When Speeding Auto Fails to Make Curve MEMPHIS, Trim, April 5 mi., —Two youths were killed yrsterttar when their spcedlnx aiiloinoWIe fulled to negotiate a curve In the highway and crashed Into a vlti- duct over the Prlsco railroad Irnrlc.i Southeast of Oakville. Police said the automobile was traveling In "e\ecc.« of 100-mllr.., mi lioiir," The dead were Alvln Aunhey 21 and John K, Thomnson. 10, imiii of Memphis. 'IVo others, Wlnfred Wrlghl, yl. and Ix-o I'erkln.s it) were Injured. ! The KUir were reluming Irom » visit «l olive Drnnch, Miss. i Navy's Scout Planes Unable to Find Subs "Seen" Near West Coast -SAN KHANCISCO. April 5. I UP! —Nnvy siwjl plnnes linvfl fulled to find any truce of two "foreign submarines" reported cruslng oft Ifomln (iiirinx (he weekend, the Nu\ F y said IcHlny, A sitokesnian f*i Sen Frontier suld no American -mb- tmei-slblrs were In the Santa Maria, Cnl., or Sjinln Cim. Cnl.. I where obsci vers reixutcti seel I crnfu However, he .said, | ml"ht he "some doubt" about tiie reports. terrfay wlipii flames destroyed the town's frame city Jail. Mohuudro was the only prisoner " MohuiKlro was Jailed one hour (arller for breaking lino a cafe. Cily Marshall Dowdy Wall s r,ld Mohun- i i"uJ'T, *" d^o_ Imd tMien drinking arm "was I lW "» r » t «ly," . a woman" In u • »i irw r«»r of the e«f«: Tiie tin apparently ,, Mohundro'ji cell. Wall Mid h« "a>» iillfJ 1 "^.*' " U "«««*i«* ' Prisoner Dies in Jail B '°« in Purycar, 7enn. ' I PURYKAU. 'I'cun., Apr!) S. 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