The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1947 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, 8KPTKMF.RR 11, 1017 BLYTHEVILLE (AliK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE TH«KE Occupation Increase for Doris Duke Weds in Pori: Officials to insist On Greater Authority In Western Germany BY JOHN i, S'n:i:u: llJltllul I'ri-ss >;i:i/l' (.'mrt'S|HHlilclll) WASHINGTON, Sen!. !!. (UPl — The United Stiller \viU dmr.md mi- oue.stioned economic coturol of Western Gerimmy in return ftn- .shouldering the bulk 01" iiiilnin's ocrcn- pution co.sls hen 1 , il w.\.s l today. Administration nffiduls will toll nn umiTyetiry :e;-:.si<m oi (hi- Senate Appropriations Committee next week ilu'ir plans lor mectiin; :m ! UftieiH British pk-.i th;a si:; 1 tio 1 longer ciin tiivkif rqimll.v the ensts '• of aclininisteiiiiK :li;> joint A>ij;l:>- Atnerk';ui Zom- of CU'imnny. Ilitih ranking yovertimetH sources .'•aid that in assuming the bulk of Uritish o: cuijKition ob:i';;itions--iu<..v ruimlng ;\l more ihuu KVC.CC'J.e-J annually :his t:ov, riinicr.t will insist on "fur IUVUUT" ie.iiJor.sit>iH r .> and pertiiips a U. S. o.ouojnic- -\v.ar."' • over Western German afi'uirs. Tin; Win- :UK! Kruc Di'p.u-tmcms announced that tluv \\ill open discussion with British di-lrs-Mes hen' next month on Bii:;un'.-; "; difficulty" in con!inning her occupation expenditures. From other sources it v:as learned Lli.it Britain informed Washiir^U'n officials a fortnight ago that );er v.:;.ply of dollar.i for German 1 ,' would ii-j exhausted hy la'> Oet'raibi'i'. and Una the present dollar famine would make finthor appr<vii:uions lor this inirpcs" almost impossible. The lorthcomiiii; Anglo-American talks, it was indicated, will resir'.t in assigning \o this country a far heavier portion of the costs lor snail led "c-itcgory A" goods those necessary to inert famine and un- icst in the defeated Ss'uzi state. Costs have been shared equally under the British-Aw. icun bivmuil agreement of last December. Diplomatic quarters ]:r:'d'i:led the British now would revive their demands that this country bear from Cj to 8i! per cent of the cost. sonville. 111. « • • The liiiplKt Woman's Missionary fitxiely liait Us regular business neetiny Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. O. in. Wood presided. Th? sodiity will i;bii.w Stale Mission Week of I'rayer. Monday afternoon, Sept. 15. Mrs, J W. .Smith, Mvs. Krntna Kai'h and 'Mrs. Minnie \Vllllaius were appointed as nominalini; committee lur eillieers for 1SH8. Osceo/o News Vjorii Uukv. Ameriiati multi-millionaire heiress, smiles happily at her iM'W husband, i'orfrio liubirosa, former son-in-law of I'residenl Tru- j]l!<j cl tl;e ];< niinitan Republic. The cereinony was performeel In jcat J Mr.al! :-alon of ihc Douiinican delegation in Paris by Coiisul General, Dr. Salvador Kmilio Parada.s. cNEA Radio-Telephoto I rout rans. > I Green-Hands Initiated By Agi'i Students in Caniiltcfsvillc School CARUTIIERSVILLIJ. Mo.. Sept. U F.inhtctu C.irulhersville vocational Agriculture .students were initiated a.s "!!reen-hands" in ccre- mimics held in the Carulhcrsville liiph school pymii. according to an- noimcemeiit today by S»])t. R. M. Pierce. The ceremonies were held for j !•!! Vocational Agriculture students of Pemiscot and New Madrid coun- >ies. and a total of 95 other candidates from six oilier Vocational Agriculture departments in the two ecunlies \\ere initialed. £i'hools icprescnled included: Luxora News The Pidelis Class ol First Baptist Church cnteilaiued the Voting Men's llible Class with an al fresi'o supper Tuesday" ni^bt on the church liooneville. led today for SI, Louts' Alvln llownrd Oralunn of fiteelo. where they will visit tlu-lr brolhei. j Mo., and Miss Mury Sue lierryinun ilarry I'lsher. sciio'islv III al his I of lilytheville; 'llioma.s Ashley and uniii- there. •V.lsscs Hetty Joe Woadwnrd, liuth Elknor HUM ;>:Ary 'Nnll Dugmir h'fl lawn. IJurint; the social hour via. | parents. Mis. John \V. Kilrinnlon. Mrs. N.ulaline C.'.nipbell and Mrs. W. t). Fiiiiuiitimi will leave Friday to "t- lond Iho wedding <>f Miss Matilda l.ee Jones in •Henlon. 111. Miss Jones :s the niece of Mis. l-'lannitKH. Mrs. Milton Jone.s of Hiilllinori! arrived Mondny \"ii\ plune Jo months' visii with her patents, Mi 1 , and Mrs. Clem Howen. Mr. anil Mrs. D. II. llliirkwood mid s:iii. I). H. Jr.. arc in New Orleiui'i this \\eek, where Mr. Hlack\\ood te in;.', trealineiu at the Touro Inth inai y. .Icttie Driver entered Hie Unp- it Hospital today u> undergo treatment for several days. . Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shipperi were in Memphis yesterday. 'Mr! and Mrs. N. u. CarlwrSghl have returned to Jtmesboro where Mr. CartwriKlii will re-enter Arkansas £laie Collei'.e. William Uaril i;tlrin«ton III, has been dismissed Irani the liaptist llc!spiud. whei'c he undersveiit u tonsileeiomy. His condition Is sat: isla"Un-y. Doimias Fletcher returned to Ills home Irimi the Baptist Hospital today. His condition i:; reported as . Mr. and Mrs. Emmet! Wilson and ohiklrcn spent the weekend in Mor, rillon as IMICSIS of Mr.s. Wilson's today lo enter II,e Methodist Hospital School ol Nursing In Memphis. Karl Roberls left this week for emphis where he will enrol! In it school of Radio Broadcast Inn. Mis. Jiihn Albcis and young da'.iOaer of l-lhuwgod, Nebr., nre BUI Ms ut her parents. Mr. uiul Mrs t;lll Miislln. Mrs. Christine Ciwkell It'll yesterday lur a visit in St. lioitl.s with her .sister. Mrs. ,1. J. llryiiiu and Mr, liryanl. she will return home Sunday. IDr. Cieurgo Cone and 13r. M. S. Mli'hol returned froiii Little llock >'esteril;iy where they attended the Atkansas Dental Keiulmir of the Arkansas .stale Di'ntal Association Moudny and Tuesday. <M!ss liiilh I'inhnton, both ol llly- Iheville. Mnrvlu 1). cliibi) of Hlytlievllle and Miss l'aullin> Wulker of Alexan- di'lu. La.; Charles K. WlBtlan an I Mrs. Jennie ll'jyd Lmisford, \jM\ ol liiixorn; Herbert olsen and Mis. tlladys Joyner, b(»; : i of Kankakee, 111.; Arthuv 1). Hell.'i- Hint Omi I.M. ille lliM'Kiiiiin, Inil'i of .St. Units: iildney I ai;e mid Mi^s l-'ebblr June Curtis, both of Manila: mul Mnxic li. HiSRS and Miss Jeiv Hell Wool. IJOlll ol Hlvlheiille. Marriaffe Marrianc licenses issued duiinx Ille [last week al Ihe loa.il of I lee t.f the county clerk were to Ihe following: Thomas Carey Moore and Mrs. Uerlha Willie Vines holh of Hlylhe- ville; Jolly liu.ssell l,C|;nett nut! Miss Mary l.ynn Diinritn bath "( lllylhi'- vllie; Lloyd I'orter anil Miss Kathryn Cleveland, both of Hlylhevllle; Dtiteh c|orkt> HIT Dliiek t'Kirrsl and i man clocks. \i\de in the really Cler- MINNIE LEE JONES MUSIC STUDIO Teacher of PIANO THEORY — HARMONY Special Classes for Pre-School Children and Beginners- <S(I7 Cliioku.suwlia l'hon« 2994 contests were ?njoyer.. Caruthersviile Merchants\nnii^ v ( Continue Special Davs " nrt camthersviiie. ia. ' Chai>ter F.ujner initiation for CARUTHBRSVILLf 1 ;. Mo.. Sept. I advaaeed Vocational Aiji'k'UlUii'o .. 11. — The Hclaii Committee of Ihe I sHifieiits will be Chamher of Commerce liere, of ] future. which Perry Conpevman is chair- I _ man announced today that the i monthly Appreciation Day held in ', this city one day each mouth, i would hereafter be held on Sal- ' tirclay. The date w'as iormerly • Thursday, hut it, was decided to change since farmers will be too busy in harvest the next few months to leave their fields in the middle of the week. The "day" features cnterf-jin- : moiit, and contests, the latter must- 1 ly for the children. Tile veiutue ! was begun in July, and ior the September day, the dale 'Will lie Ec.pt. 27. Till mombh daus \vi;J continue to the first of next ye:;! 1 . Chairman Cooperman said.. - I lielcl in the near Miss Kvelyn Hill, danyhler of the Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Hill, left Mon- j day for Blue Mountain College. Ml.is. ! Rayaioncl Williams of Hunitiolt. | Tenn., visited his uncle, S. J. smith, and Mis. Smith over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corkran and daughter of Flint, Mich., are viut- itifi Mr. Corkran's parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Charlie Corkran. Mr. anil Mrs. Hennan Spicer and sons. Hichavd and liobby. -spent the weekend In Houston, Mi.ss., witii Mi. and 'Mrs. Clytie Crilmj), -Mr. Crump is Mrs. Spicer's biolHev. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Spicer of West Memphis and their grandson, jlilly Spi?er. returned Tuesday from a week's visit with relatives in John- Mr, and Mrs, Rowland Anders hail as gucst.s this week Mr. and Mrs..Jimmy Harris mid daughter, Carol, of Memphis. Mr, and Mrs. Welby Young and son Andy, left Tuesday for Rt:U liuekle, Tenn., where Andy will enter the Webb School for Hoys. E. H. Hums. Ci. B. Scyrnvi:.s and Joe Cramer arc aniony lho.sc who will attend the balli;ame.s In St. Louis this week. Mrs. Searcy Mefir.s, accomiKinled by her sister, Mrs. Betty Hlne.s of DROVE THESE GATES POSTWAR TIRES 50 TO 60 MILES AN HOUR 10 HOURS DAILY FOR 25 DAYS AND YOU D SAY THEY RE AS GOOD AS NEW." BRISTLECOMB Reg. $3.25 Special <£!i QC Sept. Price ^>I.V J C. C. Eldridge Blythcville Phone 4496 OPENING; House Trailer Sales Lot You can now have a home without delay. Peaturinji INDIAN CHIEFTAIN PRAIRIE SCHOONER Liberal -Terms ; - ••We Sell the Best for Less" Tiding Post Trailer Soles K-vcrcU Mat bias, Mi;r. OLD FAITHFUL ^'Bottled in £ond Bourbon TOO Proof KENTUCKY ijTKAICillT HOIIKBUN XVHISKKY Alsn Yclliiivstnnc lll:iH< Label — »0 I'rKuf IIAKKETT HAMILTON, IXC.. Distributors, Little Itofk *l give fires rough treatment.' "The car I drive wclj;li!i over -1700 pounds. It should take a lurj;e iJir.e, 7:00-ir> tire. To (ice jn.il exactly wlnit punishment The Ciutcs Poatwnr 'J'irc would stnnil, my Cortipuny IHit on 0:00-1C .sli'.e. Thiu uinallcr ulze natiinilly nientin citeU tire WHS lictivlly ovcrlonclccl. "1 drove the Urea over Arizona Uosert roadiv—25 days .straight. —10 liourjj ul IL stretch—avcrai;lnj; 00 to 00 mllcg PLT hour. Just to loolt ut tlic tlrcn now, ycu'd any thay're pranticaliy t r °o<J "U now,"—A. J. Hyon, Veteran T«st Fleet Driver. GATES TIRES carry a 12 months uncondi- tional road hazard guarantee. Extra Deep Tread and tough rubber mean tliousmiJs 'of extra mllea of aafe, dependable, non-skid uervlce Ior you. Now, IB Gates 71rcs ArAilakle now ia ALL Tn^clc Tires «ad in somo Pzaaengbr C*r ftlipc. .You will have It In ' ALL Gailea Passenger Gar fBz*«'-* u coon aa tU* eupply ol rkyoa ' coid pomiitii. i >. SHELTON MOTORCO. REIFUS VA OPEN AN ACCOUNT-UP TO A YEAR TO PAY cet Drnifiis . . . Weardlinmonds »TP«» IN BLYTHEVIUI^ MtMPHtS ANC "AUDREY" ,„_ M 2 Diamonds... 14K Gold 1/5.UU

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