The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1948 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO IT*- .--' • i -' .•• BLYTHRVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 5 i * N* *__, if Jn tt Talk Propaganda mied^ne Hurt in Chicago Apartment Fire CHICAGO, May M. • (UP)—Six ptraoru were killed and one Injur- . *d crlttc«lly early today when fire I 1 raced through an old three-story iFi? n « n J' bU "' ng °" Chlc *«°'» W«rt Sid.. Jiff mil wirn*d last night that I Th * il«m«» roared through the J utau't peace "propaganda" li de- I b " lldi »S so rapidly Hint, most of | the victims were trapped In their The dead were Frank DufJelt, 70, owner of the building;; Karen Callahan, about. 45; Mrs. Prank Wilkens; a boy, about three or lour, wlio was believed to be Airs. Wilkens' son; a girl, six or seven years old, and a.boy, about 11. The Injured man, who was found suffering from suffocation on one of the upper tloori of the building, was believed to be Mr«, Wllkens' husband. Doctors said hla condition was dangerous. The Ilr« was first discovered In a garage at the rear ol a Mloon on Utt first floor to weaken public support of , „._ foreign policy. j.l(« d^cribe<t the recent Soviet overture* u •'» deliberate. . . d propaganda campaign" to :k the U. S. off the true road to :e on which it ii making "excel- progrew." an addresa to some 4.000 per- ^r »t the General Federation of f7ttnen'« Olubt convention here, »rshalj took note of criticism I'hfch the Stale Department has rfw^ived for slamming the door on tSiafpower "peace talks." {'He cautioned that the emotional tHi$ of war and yearning for norni- il conditions "must not lead us in- In Israel Cabinet .all-advised and .filch haaard lh« of the building. trust/ul actions j The building w«« a maw of j. . future of this flames by the time fire appara- djunlfy." ., • . j tus arrived, fire inspectors believed « feel certain," he said, "that the • the fire may have been fueled by jonllnuation o( the firm coui.se we , gasoline or other Inflammable ma- Aa« been following will lead to Die .' terml stored In the garage Dilution ol the worst of our dtfli- • iulties and will eventually clear the »aj to a found basis for peace." j Marshall said he is just as eager »* 'anyone else to liud a bp.ji.s for """' 'ul security and world pros- •M/lcuWto see thit A™«™. O... M»y M. rUPi- coZVii not misled by' i| The '"'" °l u "'°" »' lth '"« »•"»«- fctions into commitments or ac- "i" Bh ' ancl> * ">« rre.sbytcrian ' which would threaten our ch "" h »'",. bef ? re ,"" 88t , h as ii i sembly of the Southern Division ./vrrtavv srvnc.ri Hi. »,,<: " tne church here today, even i-o™ a ^T dStaitaVX ""»""' • ""Jor'ty "V 1 " <<>""»'"" - u; 8, Ambassador; Wai- j£ u ^™ f "^ther 'ear* * pdS'lo fcHErSSUS , fc J.?° ."•'"^.iyr^,"" Issue of North-South Union of Presbyterian Churches Faces Assembly Mn. Goldie Myerson, who was fornwrly' * acliool tsaeher in Milwaukee, wia,, Is now .dmln- irtralor of Jerusalem and deputj roreljn minister of the new "tale of Israel. The only woman member of Israel's cabinet, Mrs Mycrson is now in fh« United Sink?, making * Arst-hqnd report en (he new nation's slrtig- «1« to a special conference of the United Jewish Appeal. With HM Courts CluuKery William Erwin Fretmell «. Dor- lece Feiimtll, jult for divorce Mable Smith vi. Howard Smith suit for divorce. ' Thuli Bell TravU Walpole, petl- tion to quiet title. Hehn Boren vs. Raymond M. Boren, suit for divorce. SATURDAY, MAT 29, 194» floods in Pacific Northwest Reach isaster Stage '' t'.TORTLAND, Ore., May 29. (UP) ffArmy troops and Coast Guards- [ jnen rushed to aid thousands of lolunteera today in a battle agnln- to-ifloods which drove 20,000 per- fctis from' their homes In Waslt- Jpgton, British Columbia, Oregon, ho and Montana. 'fftelals uld the flood sUual- , WM turning Into a full-scale (ister u mountain snows melted churned rivers and streams unbridled torrent*. . warned that the worst was come. They said the culns- i»« would reach a crisis Tuea- noodwuters will Invade Portland and rise 15 ijflood st»ge at Vancouver I Vanport City.' Ore. meiirted that a full days discuss- Ion be given lo the Issue. The standiiiB committee of the assembly Is not expected to rule on the combination question until Monday, however. Dr O T Olllc'inif nf Ilr-lC5nn LVT. o, i , onicspie 01 JiiCKson, minority report. Greene County Has Right Proportion ot Twins America's War Dead To Be Honored from Pacific Islands to Italy WASHINGTON, May 29. (OP) — (tomorrow and Monday In Memorial | Day service! from Iwo Jima to Italy. j Wherever u. S. servteemun lie, j each grave will be decorated with j sponsor special ceremonies at na- i tlonal cemeteries, while veterans I and .patriotic organization.!! will ! conduct memorial services »t local i cemeterjcs- j At Arlington National Cemetery. I President Truman will place a i wreath at the Tomb of the un- I known Soldier tomorrow. The president will fee accompanied by members of his cabinet, high government officials and an honor «uard from the Third Infantry Regiment. The Army said services will be held at Foy, Belgium; Mnrgrnlen, In th« Chancery Court, Chleka- »waha District, MUalulppI County, Arkanaaa. Thuia Belle Travis WaJpoJe, Plaintiff. v«. No. 10,474 Lot* Eleven (ID and Twelve (12) Block Two (21 Park Addition to the City ol Blytheville, Arkansas, Defendant. NOTICE Notice U hereby given that there has been filed In my office, as Clerk of the chancery Court, In and for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi county, a petition for the confirmation of title to Lots Eleven ill) and Twelve U2I Block Two (2), Park Addition to the City of Blythevllle, Arkansas, and the quieting or the title to same in ThulH Belle Travis Walpole . All persons claiming said lands, or any interest therein, are hereby warned to appear In the chancery Court for the Chlcknsawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the first day of the next regular ' term of the chancery court In and forthcChlckasawba District of Mississippi County, which will be on the 27th day of September. 1948 or on the first adjourned day of the February term of the Chancery Court for the chlckasawba District of Mississippi Coiiniy. convening six weeks after the first publication of this notice, and show cause why said title to said lar.ds should not be confirmed In the Witness my hand as clerk of the Chancery Court. Chlckasawba District and' the seal thereof, on this HARVEY MORRIS. Cleric of the Chancery Court Si29-6|5-lZ-19-26-1i3 N'ntice of Administration On May 28th 1948, letters ot administration upon the estate of A, M. Brewer, deceased, were granted to the undersigned, Angellne Brewer, whose address l» RFD No. J, L**chv!Ue, Arkansas. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit the tame to the administratrix • properly authenticated, within six <«) months Irom the dat« of th« flrit publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred and precluded from any benefits In 'Mid estate. I Dated this iutn aay o! M»». 194». . ! Angellne Brewer, 1 ! Administratrix Marcus Evrard Attorney for Administratrix 5,29-8,5-12 Or. W. F. BREWER DENTIST OPFICE 209'i W. MAIN 6T. PHONE 2112 Blythevllle, Ark. NOW! 3 ROCKi May 29. An employe in the State Education' po'sts"' InT the 'pacific'"' Vnciudlnc Department decided tlsnt the 97 sets Mount Surabachl on Iwo Jima of twins listed in the Greene County - . school census was a lot of twins.' B°t to the point where I am set- And at first it sounded that way. tln f my watch by that pup's ar' However, a check with the University of Arkansas Medical School library revealed that doctors expect rival." Slnbad doesn't lol(er. ellherf After he gets what he came for one jet of twins in every 88 births. | hei:run» right home. The twins In Oireene County were listed In a total enumeration of 8,584 pupils—or one ln : "every 88. at FOUNTAINS^ Everywhere! J - 4^n T-ti t MI >[jpicu I HI _ Padflc Northwest. Farmers"' inestimable millions of dol- J^a worth of crops and property. {J:T IeMi " P 6 ™ 0 "' have drowned. _, . . ear-Old OhlOOn Wins Rational Spelling Bee Cow, Go to Market in Cans ' : McALLEN, Tex. (UP) — Cows' stomachs nre being canned here. Menudo. a popular 'hot meat dish *" Mexico and along the Texas o l N'at flew BUck e 2lrt! ^year-old Rosemarq Schlrmer, of .yhlte Oak, O., misspelled "eccles-1 fastical." | rt V»an and Darrell Plavelle of; ^ashlngton, D. C. t remained v lo Sattle for the 1948 spelling cham- Wonship. Darrell was a finalist last i A ifter these two, as survivors of *>'.cont*stants from all parts o! the fpuntry, battled It out for 45 min- Jes, Darrell misspelled "oligarchy " : £e spelled It "allegarchy." j Vesuvius fruption ' Berated Alarm 9i "- |f SPOKANE, Wash. <UP)_The WVPllon of Mount Vesuvius which JfcStroyed Pompeii In 70 A. D. jpused a belated alert here. «.£">' Wallace, fire department »»glo operator, was toying with his ifedio and tuned in on the middle SI ; » broadcast giving one-thc-spot Descriptions of the catastrophe. ale thc linl "8 of the stomachs of clttle » lld Koati. and pepper. The Mo*ll«" canning, plant is believed nnery ta ijouncer explain that the foregoing fJOw depicted how on-the-spot »fliomen would have described the festruclion of Pompe',1 in 79 A D Ambassador Resigns WASHINGTON, May 29. iUP> — President Tinman yesterday accepted the resignation of Prentice Cnopcr.as U. 3. ambassador to Peru, effective July 15. Cooper, former governor of Tennessee, submitted his resignation on April 13. Publisher Drops Dead GREENWOOD, Miss., May> 20 [ (UP)—Funeral ammgemcnls" WD re made today for James N. Alsop t founder, editor nntl publisher of the Greenwood Morning Star who collapsed and d'ccl suddenly last night while playing soflball. Sinbad the Pooch Keeps On'Strict Schedule c?" at least at black pet. al- the same local Slnbad. a .s'.ei ''ays shows up Officer Returns tr BERLIN, May 2«. (UPl^Lt. Col jr.vD. Tassoev. Soviet officer who ttfiently nslced for British protDC- WOn as a political refugee.' has been »«hded back to the Russians at his *^i request a British spokesman «eported last night. •- - -,-- -•••»., .iv, j ,t 1.1 rtl HIE Above limc.H. ' ~"It's wlcrd," says Sharrow. 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Ethyl, Gal. 20k 22k Whiskies Scgrom "7" Colvert Bonds 1-2 Pt. . 1.35 . 1.35 2.25 Pt. 5th 2.65 4.15 2.65 4.15 4.35 6.90 Cagarets On.—1.55 STEEL BUILDINGS ADAPTABLE To Many industrial Commercial and Farm Uses TRUSS-CIIAR . .. HO WASTED SPACI • tow Coitjici M. n. • Con Lets to buy inamiin- tiin. . • Conviriitnt Si;n — 40' "'WMUl.iltflilll injniuttiplM o( 20': *lso 3?' ind 20' "iiith!. lenflhj HI multiples ot 12'. • Strong [rus&le&s con&lfuc- tion. full usetble ipicr • Ereclsd ia djys inslfid ol »UIll» C. A. TANT CONST. CO. Authorized Dealer for Sutler Steel Buildings General Contracting P. O. Box 83 Phone 896 BlythevilU. Ark. STUDEBAKER . . . Originated the "Hew too*" fo Motor Cmnt • First In Style! • First In Vision! • First by far with a Post War Cor! Guaranteed U$ed Cars and Truckt $•• Chamblin Sa/« Co. for Complete SemW CHAMBLIN SALES CO. "Your friendly Studebaker Dealer" R.R. <, Ash St». 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H-fll_T€RS QUBL TY SHOC SHOP Local & Long Distance Hauling Moving o Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any Place Buck Mehorg 401 E. Main St. Phones: Day 918 Niffht 29S6 Ogden Soy Becns 2'i pound bags. Cleaned and 90% germination lest. »*,50 bushel. HtRhxvay 81. 5'i inilr-s North ot Stcelc, Afo. Phone 9P12. J. R. Whistle Display and Storage Cases Reach-In .Refrigerators Freezers • Self Service Display Cases • Beveragt Coolers • Market Coolers Williams Refrigeration Co. 1,« Lilly St. Phoiw Blytheville, Ark. Siill & Young Motor Co. Phone 347« Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Blytheyjlle Ark. 112 Walnut St. BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE •NORTH TENTH Phone 315! GARDEN SEEDS J COMPLETE STOCK BULK OR PACKAGE FRESH PLANTS DAILY BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 EAST MAIN ST. Sec Us First EAST END AUTO SALES f> (16 VALUES AT LOW COST For That Car 503 E. Main Phon« 4191 USED CARS "Neuritis Has Kept Me In Torturing Pain" The letter says . . "Seems like the pal" Just won! let go." For more than 50 years doctors have prescribed this natural mineral «ntcr tliat (ends to nciitralirc pain-causing adds Phone or write lodav for free booklet. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Dlrlslon Blytheville, Ark.

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