The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1954 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 24, 1945 BLYTHEVTLLE (AUK.)' TOOUHPR PAGE 17VH Latin-Americans Study New Plans To Seek U.S. Aid Delegates to Economic Conference Agree On Need, Not Method QUTTANDINHA, Brazil (AP) — Delegates to the Inter-American Economic Conference prepared today to thresh out a score of proposals aimed at development. Latin-American Most of them would involve greater U. S. aid to southern neighbors. In lengthy speeches yesterday outlining their needs, delegates agreed they should get more help but they had not decided how to talk Uncle Sam into it. One of the more concrete programs yesterday was outlined by Jorge Prat. Chilean treasury minister. It called for creation of an fund, drawing its resources Latin- inter-American capita] from American nations have cached in foreign banks, bonds and credits. A survey among the 250 .delegates and advisers at the conference indicated that while many consider the Chilean proposal interesting, some agree with the U.S. contention that the resources of the international finance corporation proposed recently by the World Bank goverors, together with funds available from the Export- Import and World Banks, are adequate to meet their needs. Buffer Sought Another Chilean proposal calls for organization of a commodity commission to provide a buffer between Latin-American producers and U.S. consumers. The commission would negotiate the sale of surpluses. It is generally believed the United States will oppose this idea STARR GAZING A compliment 1» Kxnethlnaj like a kiss through > veil and especially when they come in letters. I received so many nice cards and letters from friends I know personally «nd from those I've never leen, nor probably ever will. My taking a "rest cure" from the personality stories that appeared on this page for over three years brought a lot of nice message* and I do appreciate them all. I know it isn't ethical to single out a certain one but few could boast of their first school teacher and first music teacher saying complimentary things to them, so I'll lip my "toboggan cap" to Miss Blanche Cleere, my first teacher and Mrs. John W. Edrington, (Miss Mable) my first music teacher. Never did I ever think I would live long enough for those two whom I gave more trouble to than anybody to say such nice things to little ole me. I wonder if this younger generation knows that Thanksgiving, in the early days, was devottd to devotional services and not football games, turkey and cranberry sauce! I hate to disillusion the litle darlings so somebody else put them wise, please. Chaulmooga oil is used with remarkable success in the treatment of leprosy. The volatile oil is obtained from the seed of the Chaul- mooga tree, native of the East Indies. My lltle neighbors, Afton, Ann and Jeanette, all six years old, are forever trying to sell something to somebody in the neighborhood. This week it was razor blades, a dollar each. They finally cut the price to a nickel. They are natural salesgirls. There are two things you can't hide, love and a "fresh" cold. The best mirror a woman ever had is her best friend and sometimes then, your best friend won't because it wants a free hand to I tell you, and this is not a singing deal directly with individual nations. The Latin Americans generally cheered a new Washington plan— the "policy of the good partner" — outlined by D.S. Secretary George Humphrey. Lightning releases large amounts of nitrogen in the air, which then is returned to the soil in rain. commercial. The old card sliartc, Edmond Hoyle. said "When in doubt, win the trick." Times haven't changed since he said that 350 years ago. Dowager Empress or China who v;as the power behind the throne from 1861-1908 had a name you probably would have to sneeze, Tzu Hsi. Under her rule, footbinding was abolished for the Chinese. You might think Uiat "superman" is something brand new, that only comic books dote on writing about but "superman" goes way back. Friedrick Wilhelm Nietzsche, the German philosopher was the originator. The main point of his philosophy wr- the evolution of a small group of strong dominant charKters. The "superman" who by artisto- cratic right should impose their will upon the weak unthinking mob. Niytzsche started the famous dictum "live dangerously." Outside of having a Buster Kea- tons' deadpan expression and a few undertones remarks, what has George Goble got that can pary off his sponsors for the duration of his contract? Just asking. Too much ice cream get* monotonous. The inscription on the main post office in New York City, which leads: "Neither, snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays these couriers from-the swift completion of their appointed rounds," was undoubtedly inspired by what Herodotus said long before Christ. "The Persian messengers travel with a velocity which nothing human can equal . . . neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor darkness, are permitted to obstruct their speed." So there you have it, Mr. Mailman. Time is cne rider, that breaks! youth. You can say that again. Oliver Wendell Holmes sai< knowledge and timber shouldn't b used till they are seasoned. Adelina Pattik operatic sopran made her debut at 19 on this date 1859 in New York City, at the tim of her retirement at the age of ff she was the highest paid singer in the world. She was born in Madrid but was brought up in this coun try. A CHRISTMAS CAROL BY CHARLES DICKENS Th« plan, a ttiMt • London. Tin time, the aha- •ocn of Cfcmlpw Ew, 1843. TW pctvoilm; jnteting, ai no • "Merry Christmas" at craog* and Marie/* Although Hw firm kept the old name, Jacob Marfcy hpd been dead seven years this day. The worrying partner, Ebcnezer Scrooge, had a heart by Ih* mttk of human OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr Charles Sullenger and young daughter, Karen, stopped over for a brief visit with Mr. Sullenger's mother, Mrs. C. E. Sullenger, en- route to Georgia on a business trip. Their home is in Manhattan, HEAVY' TAILS Fat . tailed sheep are raised throughout the Near Bait, but not only for wool, milk and meat, but because their tails, which weigh up to 3 pounds, yield a fat price in making pastry. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Thelma Gallaway, Pltf. vs. No. 12,84 Norman Gallaway, Dft. The defendant, Norman Oalla way, is hereby warned to appen within thirty days in the cour named in the caption hereof an answer the complaint of the plain tiff, Thelma Gallaway. Dated this 10th day of Novem £ fa li,l KELLER LOZENGES DRUG STORES ON SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY agency DRUG STORE 1M ASPIRIN TABLETS PURE U.S.P. QUALITY 5-GK TAILETS (Limit i> . . 33 C SUPPOSITORIES 99 ClYCERIN. INFANT OK ADULT SIIC (timii i> . . . . • W BALM BENGAY . . !T~ DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS.. 79* S.l«t YMH N»! AMERICAN 6REETINO Christmas Cards PRO "59" Tooth Brush Trjvej Ncii, clever illustrations and greetings to please friends and family Complete I«l«ctfon. COUNSELOR BATH SCALE VUETTE Clip-on-Lite TOYS GALORE... GIFTS FOR HIM, Fairy Lint DOLL fine's a real beauty and •o lifelike 8 QQc inches tall . . . J|Q Princ* Valiant SWORD SET The young Knight will like it! Sword, Scabbard ... and Shield . l~ Littl* Mitt Sawing Kit Everything needed to make dolly a new wardrobe. * gfl Plasliccaie . ]" StarU Suca—Smoltli Sweet! Y«llo-Bol« Pipes Yoor 115 1 052 choice .... I *» Mtn prefer thcu cool smoking pipes with honey cured bowls. PO-DO GOLF BALLS Silieone mated, i dozen . . . UTILITY KIT •) i| Hold complete shaving gear I ~ r ~YARDLEY'S"«ind "KINGS M!N" • Men's Toilet Sets w for Travel BONNIE KIT 1* Pllslic bruit, & comb CURIUM IRON Electric <MU«n Tramp* Pliy without Fix All Wmktf Measures o-m. long re ZIPPER ti' tipptr Plain, plaid colon I — fttj Doctet Kit Guard toytowns health vith this young • 9| medics kit .... I 5 * LtMtr •*> Bank Authentic model of U.S Lcltrr ••-• QJji Lock and key . J}0 nai net, CIM n (l 4 59 and music book . J" Junior Badminton S«t - - $4.49 COLOR IOOK 24 Glint lit* ptftei color Complete with bot vtyonij ber, 19M. SEAL OERALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Guy Walls. Atty. for Pltf. Ed B. CooW, Atty. Ad Litem. 11/11-18-25-13/2 Kins. Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Bryan, Steve Bowker, Mrs. Harold Ohlendort and Res Carwyle attended the Presbyterian Church In Caruthersville, Mo., Sunday morning. Mrs. A. S. Rogers, who received ft broken hip when she fell In her back yard & week ago and was sent to Campbell's Clinic, Is now a patient in Osceola Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Thomas P. Florida is a patient in Campbell's Clinio In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Newman Whitworth of Spring City, Tenn., announce the birth of their first child, a son, born Saturday night at Rockwood Hospital, Rockwood, Tcnn. The baby has been named John Wyly in honor of his two grandfathers. Tho maternal grandparents ar« Mr. and Mrs. Wyly O. Lockhart of Camdan, Tenn. The pa(ernal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whltworth of Osceola. Mrs. Charlie Hale, entertained eight for i bridge luncheon Saturday at her home. Those attending were Mrs. J. H. Lovewell, Mrs. C. E. Dean, Mrs. Spencer Driver, Mrs. J. H. Hook, Mrs. J. L. Ward, Mrs. R. C. Bryan, Mrs.. C. E. Sullenger and Mrs. Bettye Nolle Starr. Arrangements of dusty pink "rompt DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hourci 8 a.m. to B p.m. with Deliver; to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE ttl Wflit Mftin St. chrysanthemums In antique containers were placed around the living room. In the games of bridge that followed the luncheon, Mrs. Driver .won high score and bridge was awarded to Mrs. Dean. Mrs. Horace Moore was hostess to Club 17 Thursday nlRht at tho home of her mother, Mrs. J. H. Hook. Mrs. Guy Bobbins and Mrs. Frank Rhodes were guests. The guests .were seated at the dining table which was centered with a cascade arrangement of rainbow chrysantnemums. A desesrt cours* was served. Mrs. Rhodes and Mrs. Bebe Levensteln were awarded prizes in the games of bridge. Doctors Often Prescribe This One Active Ingredient TO RELIEVE PAIN OF RHEUMATISM Fast-acting C-2223 contain. 1 sodium ufc Icylate to speed welcome comfort. Tho\.v sands use it when rheumatic, •rthritte or muaclc pain "acts up'M Price of ftrK battla buck if not MtUfi*d. 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Traveling laboratories, manned by graduate chemists and engineers, criss-cross the nation, bringing to plants everywhere the latest refinements in quality control. At our bottling plant, precaution and vigilance are everybody's job for we all know that a product it known by the quality k keeps. YOU ARI INVITED ...to visit our bottling plant. Why not arrange to drop In with the children and see for yourself why Coca-Cola comes to you f art as sunlight. Call lOTtllO UNDID tUTHOIItr Of THf COCA.COIA COMPANY » ' COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF BLYTHEVILLE "Coht" h « ri|tiftr«d t , me COCA-COU

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