The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 23, 1948 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 23, 1948
Page 9
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1948 BLYTHEVTLLI (ASK.)' COURIER NEW! ?AG« van DELICIOUS WAFFLES Are Always in Season! TRY THKM AT TUB Nickel Stand Mrs. Jack Saltbn 103 West Main Street "Buy Yourt" Ht City Drug Co. 1(11 E;ist Main St. Name Brands • LIQUORS and • • WINES First National Insurance Agency FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION Phone 2311 108 North 2nd'St. BILL WILSON CHAKLES B1TTNEK BEH WHITE & SONS . V^ , v • ^»" v '. - , - . v GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFHCE- -NORTH TENTH PHW3I5I Soy Beans Cleaned Don't phint Brass nnd uectl sccit with ymir snyhpans. Our nfw rlciiner removes nil obnoxious seed. Rrfore linvinjf your -seed bcuns cleaned i-ume. T>y and sec mir IIL-W modern cli'uner. Kring your beans to be cleaned at your convenience. Doy!e Henderson Soybean Co. Highway 61 South Old American Legion Airport I • I'luine 286(1 CALL 4627 For Lower Cost Insurance • HOME • AUTO • BUSINESS , Arkansas Mutual Agency b ] \V. L. Tamke, Mgr. Isaacs Bldg., Blytheville, Ark China to Receive U.S. Military Aid Contracts Give Goods from Surplus Stocks to Chiang By John L. Strrl* (United PresR Stuff Corr«ponn>nO WASHINGTON. Fob. 23 <UP>-The State Department has advised Congress thnt new U, S. military tiiri (s ou Us way to tlw null-Communist forces in. China, It was learned Saturday, The Department, in a memorandum lo the House Foreign A Wars Committee, revealed Hint severnl co tit r nets have been approved lo .sell Chiang Kui-Shc-k's government .surplus U. S. vrar goods nt sharply reduced prices. The soocls mcludc planer fliid ammunition. Disclosure of the contracts appeared to bo the Slate Department's answer to Congressional critics who have denounced the new $570,000,0(10 Chinese aid program as "Inadequate" because it does not provide lor military supplies. Diplomatir sources suit! a Chinese mission also received assurances recently that the U. S. Army wiU scout 1 the Pacific for additional planes which might be nnule available to the Nationalist, uovernment. China will Rot the war mntennLs at a smalt fractkm of their original cost. One contract, (he House committee was informed, turns over to China goods originally valued at several million dollars. The Chinese will pay only ]'!>••• per cent of thnt. To Get Ammunition Another contract signed last month provides for the transfer of ammunition now located in the Marianas In the Pacific. For this. China will pay but one cent on the dollar. It was learned Unit BO fighter planes have been earmarked for the East under the surplus property prog vi\ nv s Despite this military n,id and the 1 t economic assistance also content- ] plated. Secretary of State Georpc j C. Marshall warned that this t:mm- 1 \r.v should not "by U.s notions he ' put in the position of being ermrgfd with a direct responsibility for the conduct of the Chinese government and UK political, economic and military affairs,'' Marshall urged the Foreign Affairs Committee to grant China limited aid Lo allow Chiang 1 a breathing space to effect economic reforms. Committee Chairman Clunles A. Eaton. R., N. J., observed that 'to go over there with a mete handful of dollars is trilling with one of the most tremendous issues ever confronted," The committee postponed action on a move to call for testimony from Gen, Douglas Mac Arthur, Putting on Dog Housewife, Too Tired to Cook, Fills Operotic Role on Very Short Notice NKW YORK, Feb. M. <UP)~ A ' I can Ml down." ah* wild. was unable lo That time, however, *h«'d hurt hours nolle*. oinig woman who was ttx> tired rom shopping to cook dinner for er hu.sband .stepped to the melro- lolHrm opera stage recently on an tour's notice to sing one of the in operatic opcrtoh e. "In my estimation, with nil mori- sty." A&ivld Vsunay snirt today, 'it was the best purl I ever did U wax her .seventh appearance as! soldo in WAR tier's Tristnn anrt . .solde In the seventh sonson of h*r j >perntlc nuecr. - " I "1 rnmidci- that rather lucky," 1 ihe said. " [ Hill nfter a long, hard day. U wasn't the evening she would have chosen. Normally, Iht: 28-yen r-old so- pruno sulci, iho would have stayed In l)oti late. tuu>l>ed in the after- . Ihe uttnck wn« mum ami eaten \\ "hiiRe 1 sienk" U'* 1 "' -Sheik I 1 I didn't 'hnv« tlmt io t nervous." M Ki V a r na >•'• f i rsl jwrf orni nnc« the role, in 1M4, WM pinch-hit, for the nnmt Mar who Zionists Are Blamed For Blast* in Cairo At CA1HO. n^b. M. (UP least 10 person* wer* when nttnckut'ft who nmy have boei /.Inntst.s blastPii * Moslem brother. ' hood relcbrallon innrklnK tlepurl- uvix «I SO voliuitcci' Aiab tightors [or Palestine. Amb sour^'cs Inuuetllutcly rlmi'K^ti plot flKi\lnsl I he TJniuia. chief Miaul 4 pin. io net, rendy fov pprforniiince, When (lov. it. Clre^g Clierry ol Nnrlh Ciirolittn snaps his ttnj;ers, "Jingles" not only comes running but turns a 'lip. ".IinKlcs" ts one of seven clogs used by the Raleigh, K. C.. police force to loach safety to school children. Kncli doj; clemonslrates several safely rules during a lecture. 'c.sti'idiiy, howrver, slip was up 8 o'clock i\ ft er H late eve ttl n« u- nlRhl before. Slip shopiwd ten- | liiffoils for a, new custuiue, luoV ' hetn td the t*ostunii»r for n fiUlun lit] nrrlvod lunnr "so tired, we de- idrd lo RO out for dinner." Mis.1 Vrunny and her husb;uul, Irrmiinn Wclpert. dined nl a Chl- rrM:mr:uit nnd in i ivrd homti nt 7:l, f j- Tin? telephone was rlnifhiR they entered their npai tiurut. Helen Traubcl, sclu-dulcd to sliifi the role hist night, had lost her volrc. "I sjil ijown nnd h»d u shork rlBht by the phone," Miss Vnrnay Two in Pittsburgh, Pa., Missing After Big Fire ( PITTSBURGH. Feb. 21. . A sfx-n]:irni llr e today destroyed I the six-story Jackson buildfnR in PitLibur^b's Rolden trlnnRle. , A fireman and the cashier of « FARM £ LOANS •MM Offlct, Nmrh, M. I. L«M« TEAM rftOMTT '' CWi, T-'ltlTl Mt M» RAY WORTHINGTON 115 9. Third HI., RljUierlll«, Aifc. Hfrvlni ThU ftrctlon 2S Tr«r* AuiharixKt marigtg* L+*~ JMWMr f~r THK rtUnF.NllAl, INHURANM COM r AWT MT AMtMCA the of the Moslpivt bfotherliood, • was scheduled to npjienr «t the celcbi ittinn but arrived five minutes utter the blast. The explosion, at 11:05 p.m., rock ed, Cftlvo RUri suofik the wwHs nf IUIILSC.-; fully Ihrep miles away. It wrecked n house, only '2Qtt yards from hendquartprs of Die brothrr- houd. where Ilii 1 celebrntlon was to have been held. Seven other nenr- ln* build I til's nlso wrre dnniRCf d. HEADACHE AUTO UPHOLSTERING 307 East Main Phont 519 But .slie didn't sit lorii!. Sh(? cot a inUiute's i est w.t the llnve rod trnnu- IlKhts on [lie way to the Met. shf sniri. While llu» curtain was hold, she dressed and KOt on hoi' uiakc-ii|) but she never <UPi— did hitVf. time to \K-»TH\ up her e. .she .said. jiK-kily the pnrt opens .so that Wt Bpct'ltlllM 111 SKAT OOVEHS, HEAD LININGS, DOOR FAM- Kt^i, FLOOIt MATS nncl nil Interior trim of t. c«r. us ndd jowl chnrin nnd brnuty to your cmr with t«y colored slrnws i\nd fuhrlc.s. Add vnlue to your cur hy lolling HE supply your »uto upholnter- Ing ]irc<i.s. KVI:UVIHIN<; TAII.OKKD TO FIT AND INSTALLED AT NO KXTRA COST So economize and Patronize THOS. J. LILLY & SON Drive In iiiulrr tlir sign " Top Shop" and blow for Mrrlc*. Sim Drup store which OLTU- . pini 1hr Mvcoi floor of Vhe 60- year-old buildJIIR were believed I" linve polished in the flames. Chief William Dnvl.s esll- ^nmace to the building and [Joining structures at $200.- Fire mated tWO H< 000. The while. 8 Ford Tractors Complete With Equipment MORE EQUIPMENT ARRIVING DAILY! See or Call Douglas Lawson at RusseSI Phillips Tractor Co. South Highway 61 Phono 2171 fire 12 broke out nlpht iiRine com pan I PS were l>nLt]iiis another hlnze «t an A. * P. warehouse. That lire caused damaRp e.slimatrd at, $150,000. American occupation commander in Japan, and Gen. Clriire Chc'nnntilt, former U. s. Ah Clitel in Ohina. The "firing MacArtlnir Honip" cry wajs rni.'-.ed by Rep. l.Rwrenre 11. .Sinitli. R., Wls, uiul was met wilh Ue.tnocratic siipKe.stlons lliB.1 there I might be political motives behind H. MarArUiur's name has hnen entered in the Wisconsin GOP presidential primary. -OPENING- the SMITH MATTRESS CO. Blythcville, Ark. \Vf> tnnkr liniprsprlnn Mnllfpssos out of your old cotton Mnt- Irrss at ONE-HALF THK PRICE YOU WOULD PAY FOR A NE-'W ONK. We nlso ninkc Cotton MnKrrs.srs, AH work Rtmranlertl. Our 15 yrni's ol expprlentf, phis the modern niiuiuCncUirlnK fftclllUcs vised, enable, vis lo mmvauU'« a>u\)ikt« .snllstivcLSon. Anil our pvlvps pre ri^hl. Free pick-up »iul ch-hvery .service Is uvnlloblc witliln « 50-mile nulius. One dny .seivfre. I/icntod at ttlyllics'llta Air Jlnse . . . Cull 4Bl!l, or drop us R Cmd. A TRIAL IS ALL WE ASK PRESCRIPTIONS ' Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best 1'rices Kirby Drug StoreS MSKCVRy StWICt AtWW f££ YOU* Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3479 Blytheville Ark. 112 Walnut 9t. When In Need Of Shoe Repairing Call 4347 Free Pickup and Delivery! H A L F 0 R D SHOE SEIOr HIS South 2nd SI. Guaranteed RADIO REPAIR hy Expert Oil 811 Brooks Music Store 107 E. Main Porto Rico • '.' Ktl.N DRIED SWEET POTATOES Delivered to Vovir !)»<ir Phones 4G77—2986 Buck Mcharg Produce 401 E. Main St. A Natural Aid For HYPER-ACIDITY OF THE STOMACH ^\fountain Valley \Valer is a natural aid in lirlpinjr eliminate ivaslrs frnm the system. N'ot a laxative, it wnrks Rcnlly tliroiigli tlie kitlncys. Ask your doctor abniit tliis faro mis lienHli w.ilcr frn mllol Springs, Ark. It has liceii prrsrrilinl for inoir than 15 years. Free Hooklrt on Rciiursl. t>rcler LI disc, CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Hlythevillc, Ark. Radio Service At Its Best! Ve service all makes radios anil tack our repairs with a guiran- .€«. OUCR U the most complete. rartEo service to he found anywhere. We specially in Frequency Modulation (FM). » Complete Line of Nome Appliances See- Felix Carney -at BLYTHEVILIE SALES COMPANY 138 Kasf Main SI. Phone 3Glfi CALL EVANS GROCERY For Free Delivery 2597 313 South Second • Surplus Army Shoes • Combat Boots • Overshoes • Rubber Boots Anderson Shoe Shop * Clnthlnc Store 31B K. Main SI., Blytheville Remember ROTHROCK'S For PRESCRIPTIONS It', MnntlwiaH NO dirty b«| »• ... NO )»«vy v»»itM «• aroundl G.I. «H *« w«y undtr low <urn!lur«. CU»M 1O9» Ilk* magic. Dutti from flo«f t* A oiling.»W M pick up dog tSaif. C«mpUI« with •tl>chm«n>> far w>nl«f, morti"*"*"" REQUEST A DEMONSTRATION OF THIS FINE HOME CLEANER. OUR SALESMAN WILL CALL ON YOU! Appointments Any Time • Easy Term* Concrete Tile Sewer Tile Sfrrs 4. 6 anil X Inch Culvert Tile Sires 10, 12. IS, IB, 21, 24, 30 and 36 Inch A. H. WEBB Hwj. B! at Slate Ling Phone BljthevlIIe 714 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY ,. EXCAVATION Sree Estimates S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. ATTENTION MR. C L. PERRY, formerly of (he Hlythevillc Sales Company, is no\v wilh us as General Radio and Appliance Repairman For the b«s( in Kadio Repair and Appliance Maintenance call us at 3450. HUBBARD & HOKE APPLIANCE COMPANY FOR SALE Concrefe Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Point 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone R91 RADIO REPAIR 1 AND 2 DAY SERVICE OH ANY MAKE OR MODEL. RELIABLE: WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver t FRED CALUHAN Electrical Appliance fcn. Authorized MotoroJa Radl* SaleR and Berrlne 106 South Flnl St. HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS BRAHDS 126 W.MAIN ST. PHONE 515 « Take a joort InnU. l)n your J family's shoes nerd mending, • new Heels, soles? Let our ex• peril iln th« Joh! H-flLTCRS QURLITY SHOC SHOP] 121 W. MfllN ST. I Have On Hand ( At All Times i < Severnl Iracto™ mid oqulpmenl > . . . both new and Hspd ones ' JOHH IJKKRE. PA KM ALL »n<! other makes. Also, I htve for snle nt. nil times 70 lo 80 hend ot mules. Trrms can be arranpcd. Will trade ior most unythlng you hnve. New Ford Tractors Ready for Delivery F. C. CROWE i Mile s. of STUD EBAKE RS GUARANTEED .USED CARS & TRUCKS SKK TEIKSE HKFORK YOU BUT: i»« Chevrntet Z »oor Se- dAn. Clean RS thp.y romp. IB41 C:h«vrnlct 2 Door Sedan. A rrnl Inly! 1941 Fnnl Ccinvrrlihlp. It'i 1939 Ch«Trol«t t Door ••- dan. Ton fin'i C* wroni an ihln »nc. IIO7 Fnrrt .1 Door -flelitll. Ooort prite. 1!)38 Chevrolet M Tom. A OUR"PAINT AND BODY SHOP is THI BEST IN THIS SECTION! • Factory Trnined Mechanics • Parts and Accessories • Wrecker Service Chamblin Sales Co. Lex Chamblin Bill Chamblin R. R. * Ash Sdi'i'U Phom fit* STUDEBAKERS Free Delivery Call PiCKARD'S GROCERY Phwne 2043 1044 ChickiMwb* Notice to Our Friends and Customer! BLYTHEVILLE GARAGE 21« LnCierle Street North Robinson Gin Complete Auto 4697 and Tractor Repairs 3NOHJ Frank Ashhy and Er!< Hal), Owiwr* Cotton Moor*, Tractor M«eh«nl« Attention, Soybean Grower Hav« ynur soybean* rccleaneH befor* planting. W« BIT* recently ImlalJcd one of the best btan cleiiwra In *h» SUt«. Double elf anirit process, we h»ve two cleaner* in »p«r»ti«». Nn appointment needed, prompt service, n» w»ltln». Blythevillc Soybean Corp. BlyHwrillt 1800 W. Main

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