The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 19, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGi TWO BLYTKEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1», 19« Anderson Flays Unpreparedness Central Says World War III Could B. Determined Overnight NEW YORK. Feb. 19. (UP) — Ma). Otn. Orv-llle A. Anderson of the Air University nt Maxwell Field, Ala,, said yesterday that the United States In 1U present slate at unprepiredness could lose n urar overnight. Anderson, commandant of Ins Air-War college at the Air University, digressed from the text of n prepared speech to tell the U. S. Conference of Mayors that Gen. Dwlght D- Eisenhower had predicted that the outcome of World War III "might be determined In the matter of 60 days." "I don't know wny he picked j the 60 days," Anderson said. "The period, I "think. Is overnight. ' 'That would b? the proper application of material forces against a nation not prepared to counter them Tills Is the peculiar siUmlion that 'has been created in America —»n insecurity she has never before experienced." Anderson said the rmtton must realize thai tbi? revolutionary advance In weapons, speed ni'd the power ot penetrate has "upset the very nature of war." At this morning's session, president James B. Conant of- Harvard University, said he favored Die Tatt Federal Educational Aid Bill Italy's Emblem Starboard Tack ••••••%:««••••••• .u racial discrimination la hiring at the poatofflce here headed by U. S. Sen. K, D. McKcllar's brother, disclosed yc.stcrdeu that, "evidence warrant* » full open hearing by the Senat* Civil Sen-ice and F|jt- offlce Committee." Rlsher 1» chkf commiuee lnv«§- tlgalor. He departed for W:\ilng- ton after recessing week-long .iear- KUhtr said that he uncovered violation of Civil S«rvlc« law* and discrimination throughout th» entire federal setup In the city. Read Courier New* Want Adi Tliey'ra oil and in full sail in UK- annuiil Sir Thomas Liplon ysichl race from Miami to Nassau, Woman, Who Hid From World for 25 Years After Parents' Death, Dies By l>!irld <'. H'liKnoj 1 'Homer mid LniiRlcy Coltyer died i (Unllrd 1'rcss Staff Correspondent) year ne'>. J NEW YORK, Feb. 10. lUP) — Mrs. Jennie Dooni-y, one of the I Twenty-five years ago a beautiful oldest, residents of tli c Wosi 95th ! young heiress, Kricving over the .street building, sold Hint the only deaths of her parents, locked her- u me M | 5S tW vlcr wns known lo self up in her family's luxurious : \ 1ttve i oft the npllr i. m du W!ls t o apartment— a prisoner of sorrow, ninke an occasional trip at 3 a in Slie refused to go out. Sho rcfiis- to Trinity Churchyard Cemclcry cd lo see friends. ' to visit the graves of hc-r parents. Family acquaintances of Mary : Mr.s. Dooney's son, Thomas, nn Warren" Fowler recalled the story ! attorney, snld he often Inul seen yesterday, niter her body wns found Miss Fowler 30 yenr.s .ISO wlien she in tlie junk-littered ii))iir;m«]il was attending a' fnsliionahle board- where she had held herself prl- \i\g school. He described her as' very sorrcr. bcnullfnl then. Her* U Urn new national emblem o? the Italian Republic. Selected from 900 designs submitted by Italian artists, it will replace thR royal emblem of the Hcmst oi Savoy. Th« olive branch lidt ot the wreath repre- •enti peace; th« oak leaf side, strength; th» Indu'sirial wheel, work; and the big star, rebirtt of the republic. ' NclRhbors. who had not seen Ir-r face since she took herself out /, the worltl of society, called pa! . Insl night to invesllpnte the 5> year-old Miss Fowler's apartrf;nt. Her father wa.s a wealthy patent attorney. Dooncy said. He died in 1921 ami her moiiier died two years later. Miss Fowler wns so stricken with grief that she fcfuscd to at- General Hodge Protests Mauling ot U.S. Officers SEOUL. Korea, Feb. 19. (UP) — Lt. Gen. John E. Kongo has made u strong protest to Soviet authorities In North Korea against their actioas In permitting . a Korean crowd to manhandle two American liaison officers, It was announced yesterday. The officers were mauled nnd placed under arrest when they tried to photograph a military parnde of the new Korean ftrmy. Soviet officers stood by nnd refused to ^i- tervelic. The protest wns directed to Lt. Gen. G- P. Korotkov. commander or the 25th Army Guard at Pyong Yang, seat of the Soviet occupation forces. The text will be made \HI/ lie later They had heard no noise from her ] , cnd l|lc r||n , rf , k d h apartment for; several days and stls- 5e , r , u w . peeled she might be dead. ! Police broke do'.vn (he door and'.-. . found her body, fully clothed, on K IWGntQ n^i the bathroom floor. Examiners Mid i *«iiivr iij sbe had died of natural causes ! about a week ago. I "Not a single square foot of any ! of the seven rooms of the apartment wns clear of junk. 11 Detective Stephen Brcnnnit said. "There were carbons of food, piles of empty tin cans, stacks of news- Discussion of School Finances W. B. Nicholson, superintendent, of Blythcville schools presented a i resume of the school system's fi- papers, old clothes, rags, magazines j nancial situation and plnns for and every kind of household ulcn- j the coming year yesterday noon at sil. stacks of newspapers nearly (the weekly meeting on the Kiwanls reached the celling." I Club In the Hotel Notile. Police compared the accumula- ! The chib decided to sell a number lion of junk to thnt found In the : of three by five-foot American Fifth Avenue mansion In which ! flags which remained from « supply sold during the war. Guests at the meeting were Karl now before Congress. He said It Wadenpfuhl and Robert : Mc- would supply needed funds to local Grow, both of Blytheville. schools without endangering their ] • —~- IndciKmlencc. Read Courier News Want Ads. S/egro Charges Civi/ Service Law Violation MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Feb. 19. CUP) —John T. Klshcr, Negro investign- t>r who heard complaints of allcg- fired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights When disorder of kidney function p*rmili polscmom matter to rcmnin in jour blooJ, 'Jaina, log r"i'«> los- 1 ' of P<M>and*neriry, Bct- ;Ine up nmhta, •weilinff, pufl"me»» unJer the eyes, headaches and UiizinciS. Frequent or scanty pnssnses with smnrtinK nnd hurnius tometirac* ihowB there in BomeOiini wrong with your kidneya or bladder. Don't wait L Aak your drusffist for Coin's I'itla, n ntimulnnt iHurcUc, uaed «iicc*aafii!'y 'iiy millions for over 50 years. JJoan'j «i c hanpy r^HcT itnil will htl|i His J5 niilea rf klilncy tubes Hush out pobnnoua HMttlrotD jour hkxjiL Get Doan'd TiUs. Only Chevrolet h First! Meet the new *londaid of Big-Cor beautyl ll's here, m Chevrolet's Bodies by Fisher—fines* bodies made —avail- obl« only on Chevfol&l and higher- priced cart. You'll enioy Big-Car performance, too, when yoj own a Chevrolet; for it bring* you Vafv«-in-ffead engine p»r- formoncp, found elsewhere only in more «xpenvive cori. Yoy'n find Chevrolet ildei mora imootKly • en all typ«i of roadl due lo rhe fomwji Knee-Action Ride; and, of courie, Kne«- AcMon U found only on Chevrolet ond costli«r cori. % Men and women everywhere agreei Only one is No. 1—only Chevrolet is first —in al/-round vafue as in populorily. Consequently, more people aViv* Chevrolets than any other make, according to official nationwide registrations; and more people wanf Chevrolet* than any other make, according to seven independent nationwide surveys. Here, in the new 1948 Chevrolet, is record value. For new and even more luxurious styling, .colors and appointments hav« been added to all of Chevrolet's other advantages of BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST! Ks*p your praienl tor In good running condition by bringing it lo u! for tUlled iirvice, now and at regulol intervali, pending delivery of your n*w Ch*vrolef. Ml W. Walnut CHEVROLET^^r IS FIRST! LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. Rugs Cleaned We clean any type rug with guaranteed correctness. Your best U safe here. We have a specialist at work always. Blytheville's only complete rug cleaners. PEERLESS CLEANERS ['hone 2433 THIS WEEK AT KIRBY'S Don't Neglect a Cold! Take C.-L. Cold Capsules. Quickest relief from the symptoms of common colds. Guaranteed. 49c Jergen's Lotion $1.00 size and Dryad Deodranl 29c size, both 87c. Stop That Cough! Take C.-I/. Coujrh Syrup. Quickest relief for coughs. Pleasant to Uk«. Guaranteed. & OLD SPICE After Shave Lotion $1.00. Tweed Cologne ...... $1.25 and $2.25 Revton Lip Sticks 65c and $1.00 We fill prescriptions from nil doctors at guaranteed best prices with guaranteed freshest drugs from the largest stocks in town. Registered Pharmacists, fastest service. VANILLA ICE CREAM Pint 25< This Is the season of coats . . . smart coats, coats to flatter, to enhance, to truly enjoy wearing. See them in all their glorious style variations, fine fabrics and exquisite colors in our handsoms Easter-Spring collection. Modestly priced from $1995 $4500 to OUR NEW SUIT SELECTION IS SUPERB We've hardly words to adequately describe the charming elegance of our new Easter Suits. They're soft, feminine and beautifully curve-conscious. Done in handsome fabrics and attention-compelling new colors. Priced from $ 22 50 $ 45°° to Phon. 578 USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN while Selections Are at Peak

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