The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 26, 1948 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 26, 1948
Page 10
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•PAGE TEH BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS For Service On TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES Cnll 2513 JAMES STANDRIDGE Norri* Printing Co. | Baby-Sitter Dies in fir* \ KAI/AMAXOO. Midi., Ffb. '26.— \ (Ul>>—Marian 1'arkor. ll-ycsr-olfl i baby milter, U'n.s burned lo riratli yesterday u'hr-n sl>c Attempted lo rescue fivo-ycnr-old Edward Hi't- tlnf-'or from hi.s parents' bla/hiR liomo ncnr here. The boy also died. Eups of Hie roii sftltno:i may tnko 270 days to hatch. DELICIOUS WAFFLES Art Always in Season! TRY THEM AT THK Nickel Stand Mrs. Jack Salih» 103 Wrst Main Street Palette-able Dish "Buy Yours" ' nl City Drug Co. 1(11 ICasl Alii in St. Name Brands • LIQUORS and • WINES First National Insurance Agency FOR COM5M.ETK PROTKCTION Phono 2»tl 108 North 2nd St. BILL WILSON ' CHARLES BI'ITNKK BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS'. Russian Agents Busy in Hawaii Cal Coolidge't Kinsman See* Sneak Attack In the Mralung QU1NCY, Mass,, Feb. M. <UP> — IA, Oov. Arthur W- CooIMge vf MnsKJichu.seL[R snys Rii.sstan agent* :uc Infiltrating Hawaii today to plot "a nc*w surprise ft I tack on Pparl Harbor" as devastating as the 1941 blow delivered by the Japanese. CooUrtfie said he based his charge on "docuuienlitry ov Id nice" received from Ciov. itJKrum M. Stahibnck tif the Pacific? territory. 'Hio evi- , dcnco, IIP Raid, was "a sol of \n- j MmcUons Ksued by the Cotnvtiun* 1st Party to its agente" In Hawaii. ' In Honolulu, Oov. fttninbivck marie public the letter and other documents ho .sort Coolidge. but ]»p erfused In commciil on the Massachusetts politcllan'.s stalPinent.v He said HIP mnterlnl had been sent at Coolidge's request, ("Communism has made Rrfiftl headway in the territory," Stuin- back'.s letter stated, "i>artlculnrly in some of our labor ornani/nlions, The union '.vhU:h controls labor In the production o[ MJt;iu sind plnp- , able and our marine trajisjx>rlatlr>n system, Is dominated by Communist*."! I charge that Communism'* key assault on the. Uniled States is sUrllng In Hawaii." said the Re- pubUcnn leader, a fourth cousin of the late President C.-dvln Coolfdtfe. lie spoke at a state meet ing of the America 11 veterans of World War 11 last night. Has r»)iy of Instructions "I license Moscow's secret agents, .. ., of launching a new surprise nttack ] not be used In Palestine without -cord V! 00 (100 THURSDAY, FKBRUARY 2fi, MAIN OFFICE' NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 Soy Beans Cleaned Don't plant grass nnd weed sceri with yniir soybeans. Our new cleaner removes all obnoxious sml, llcf''-rr h.ivinc your seed tieant cleaned conic by and sec our new mrulcrn clcuner. Hring yo«T beans to He cU'iincd at your ronvrniriiiT. Doyle Henderson Soybean Co. Highway 61 South Old American Legion Airport I'huiie 28lil) 8 Ford Tractors Complete With Equipment MORE EQUIPMENT ARRIVING DAILY! See or Cull Douglas Lawson nl Russell Phillips Tractor Co. South Highway 61 Phone 2171 /M *(*l MBWCW StWiCt ALWAYS $e( you* Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3478 BlylheTille Ark. 112 Walnul St. A Natural Aid For HYPER-ACIDiTY OP THK STOMACH lain V:illi-y \V:\ter is :\ :ii<l in lirljiini; wle unsfrs from lUr syslcm. Nnl :1 l;i\;itivc. II tly tlirnu^h Ihr kidnrvs. A^k yimr tlorlor fiimmis lip;itth vvalrr fro mltol S|iriii;s. Ark. rs. Frrc CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP nnd Division Itlyllicville, Ark. .. EXCAN^flON \' ^__ .» . • . Sree Estimates S\/*\f\ 000 /vr^^\^ f\ | - j\&fjfl\/ TO *" MV *7 *• w Bankruptcy Linked With Marshall Plan WASHINGTON. Feb. 26. (UP)—A :>le(>l executive and a GOP Congressman .said totiay that Ihe European recovery program would bankrupt the United States. Both asserted nlso that ihe program's foredoomed to failure. Ernest T. Weir of Pittsburgh, chairman of the National Sicel Corp.. and Rep, Frederick s. Smith, R.. O., voiced these views to Hie House Foreign Affairs Committee. Weir accused President Truman of. usinR "scare psychology" to sell the proxram. .Smith, a member ol Ihe House Hanking Committee, sail it was "an outrlxht fraud" to claim that the Marshall plan would arrest Communism In Europe. "If this measure goes through," Smith said, "let no one be surprised if the ultimate cost reaches M Wllioi>. or 50 billion, or 100 billion dollars .assuming the nation can stand Inni much before it goes completely bankrupt." The udnilnistriillon has estimated tlie four-year cost at around $17,000,000.000. Weir said Hie program would Hollywood Fire Loss U>'«Ucn depression. j Estimated at $1,000,000 j Conscience Slow But Law Fast, Killer Finds . Marge M.ihoney, of Chicago, poses on an oversized painter's palelle /or imc ol ihe inly ;icls of Hip Clm-ago Artists Guild's annual Green Modi Bull musquenulp RECTAL DISEASES (All Typw i; WASHINGTON. Fell. 25. (UP! — The Army confirmed yo.'tprriav lhal It has only ,T).000 combat troops renrty lor hnnirdiate action. HOLLYWOOD. Feb. 26, (UP)—A million-dollar fire swept through a lni?ine.v, anil industrial block near the heart of Hollywood yesterday. shooting fhnir.s 100 feet in the air find threatening surrounding houses. The tiro tjroke out In a lumber yard cm Santa Monica Blvd. Cow. ,;. Harris said damage to on Pearl llaibor." he said. "If this . . r tack Is successful, It will t>e fully harmful lo our national secur- - "isiin **. ,. arrs sa (atnneo fn A spokesman sl ..rl the force could | Us yiul , a , otlc probably would ex" Kit !„> ,,«,,! I,- Pnlncll.,,, -VilllOrit . tOed $300.000. proper | pi amrs v . e re visible from riown- lon-n Los Angcln.. eight miles away. leaving the United State* i i Sparks fle» far defenseless. Hy as was the sneak Mow delivered I In resnonse" lo a request from Sen. j piri'mpii rsiiimtcd that by Japanese bombs " I dcorpn A. Wilson. R.. In. Wilson '• , vo ,,],( toi-il si ooonrjfl lie said he hail a photo copy of ; had quoted Lt. Gen. Leonard Ge- j , . . (lie "Instructions" seized by fla- , row. commander ol the us. Second waiian authorities. He said they Army, as savin? that only about directed Communist agents to fos- .'lOOflrt U.S. troops could be mustei 1 ter rcllKious bickering as well as to ' cd for" instant combat duty, "corrupt labor unions, pollute the' The armv said its tolal strength . press and contaminate education." now consists of S^OCOn officers and "Attack the Protestant Mission ln en, 110,030 under Ibc force "u- of ministers (o tliorixed by Congress. Of these, 350.' " '•- 000 are in Ihe ommied countries and 210,000 In the VS. Many ot the troops in this country are int!.- er training or nearing tlie etui of 1 rt Vif L° Board (or It.-? convrrt pliintallon employes," he quoted tlie purported orders. "At- lack Roninn catholics for itUtsr- fcrcncc in public nlfnlrs. Attack FiroiiH'n said no one was injured, Thr fire sirene is two blocks from General Service Movie Studios and barely half a mile from "radio row" on Sunset Blvd. NASHVILLE, Teiin., Feb. 26. <UP) —His conscience took time, but tlv law wn-s fast tcxlay in dealing wiui James Ackct 1 , 48-year-old Negro. Ackrr [>leaded guilty to niurde]' chai'ge.s les.s tbun a \veok after lie returned to Na.shville from Alton, I1J.. saying hi.s conscience hud forced him to admit the 1931 -slaying of his wife. He was .sentenced to serve 10 to 20 years in prison by Criminal Coiirl Jt;dge Charles Gtl- Rcnrt Ccurier News Want. Ads. Uuddhists lor kt-enlnR Relations Post Changes Hands in Tokyo TOKYO. Feb. 20. (UPI — Gel'.. Dou»k!s MacArthur's headquarters ycslerday announced that Col. Marion P. Kfhols. 47. Clint loilc'svilk 1 , Va.. has replaced Brig. Gen. Fr^ync area under the stars and Stripes, 1 "Hic-se Instructions, he 1 s&M. "nrc not mere propaganda- They are the .secret orders to n^ents of a foreign government operating on naval disaster." "We don't want n second day of infamy." he said, "Vv>? don't want th« exact site of America's Krealest' another Pearl Harbor." ....,..- of rorrfSEKindents ...... ^ Japan on temporary assignments. So lat. no announcement has been made of the reason for the I fhalKf. Rugs Cleaned We clean any type rug with guaranteed correctness. Your best Is snfe here. We have a specialist al work always. Blytheville's only complete nig cleaners. PEERLESS CLEANERS Phone 2431 PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranteed Best Trices Kirby Drug StoreS When In Ncetl Of Shoe Repairing Cfill '13-17 Free Pickup and Delivery! H A L F O R D SHOE SHOP 10B Siuilh 2nd SI. Guaranteed RADIO REPAIR by Exiieit Call SM Brooks Music Store 107 E. Main Porto Rico KILN DR1EI> SWEET POTATOES Delivered to Your Door !'hones -Ifi77—2!ISfi Buck Me'ncirg Produce 401 E. Mi\1n SL v Remember ROTHROCK'S For PRESCRIPTIONS Radio Service At Its Best! \Vo service all makes nulio.s am) hack nur repairs \vltlt a £u^r;in- tec. Ours is the must complete ra{llo .service to h« foiin<l anywhere. We specialise. In Frctinen- c.v Modulation (FM). • Complete Line of Name Appliances Sec Felix Carney -at BLYTHEVILLE SALES COMPANY KiS Kast Main St. Plume MIS CALL EVANS GROCERY For Free Delivery 2597 3K! South Second • Surplus Army Shoes • Combat Boots • Overshoes • Rubber Boots Anderson Shoe Shop ,t Clothing Store 316 E. Main SI., Rlytheville Concrete Tiie Sewer Tile Sixes J. fi .Tn/i R Inch Culvert Tile sires 10. ri. is, is. -;i. ;i, 30 anrf 3G Inch A. H. WEBB ll«> 61 :i! Sl;iln I.ino Thonr BIjthrTlllr 71i S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEViUE'ABk. • Phone, 3646 Md2525 ATTENTION .MK. (' L. I'KHHV, formerly of (he l!lvl!\evillc Sales Company, is now with us as General Radio and Appliance Repairman For (he lies! in Kadio Repair and Appliance Maintenance call us at :MoO. HUBBARD& HOKE APPLIANCE COMPANY , FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 6<H RADIO REPAIR I AND 2 DA7 SERVICE OH ANY MAKE OR MODEL RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Radl* Sales and Scrrlce 106 Soulh First St. I Have On Hand At All Times Several tractors and equipment" . . .both now ami used ones JOIin DEERE. PARMALL and other makes Also. 1 have for sale at nil limes 70 to SO head of mules. Terms c;in be arranged j S Will trade for most anything ' you have. New Fonl Tractors Ready for Delivery F.C.CROWE 1 Mile S. of Braggadocio * T.ikc a concl look. Do your * family's j>liot*s need mending, • nrw hrrls, soles? our ex• ports rio the jobl H-flLTCRS QilflLITY SHO€ SHOP 121 W. M «4 I N ST. FARM HOB* Office, N«w«rk, N. i. PROMPT CLOMNtt CALL. WRIT! OK ]M RAY WORTHINGTON 115 8. Third St., Blylhevllle, Art. Sfr»inf Thlf Serllon 25 Tnr» jiutAorfard Mortgage f.oun Solid** /„TH* MUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANT Or AMKKICA AUTO UPHOLSTERING 307 East Main Phone 519 We specialise in SEAT COVERS, HEAD LININGS, DOOR PANELS, FLOOR MATS and all interior trim of a car. Let us add real charm and beauty lo your car with say colored straws and fabrics. Add value to youv car by letting us supply your auto upholstering needs. EVKUYTIUNG TAII.OKKI> TO FIT AM) INSTALLED AT NO EXTRA COST So Economize and Patronize THOS. J. LILLY & SON Drive In under the sifn "Aulo Top Shop" and blow for service. it's ifenjationolf NO dirly bag to «mply . . , NO keavy weight la puih around I Gel* alt th» way under low furniture. Ctearu rugi lika r.icgic. Duili from floor to Ceiling. Guaranteed lo pick up dog hair. Complel* with affachmenli for v/axing, molhpioofing, (praying. S«e it, ^odayl REQUEST A DEMONSTRATION OF THIS FINE HOME CLEANER. OUR SALESMAN WILL CALL ON YOU! Appointments Any Time • Easy Terms HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME Of FAMOUS BRANDS \Ze W. MAIN ST. PHONE 515 STUDEBAKERS GUARANTEED USED CARS & TRUCKS SEE THESE BEFORE VOU BUI': 13« Chevrolet 2 Door Se- 1333 Chevrolet Z Door Sedan. Clean as they dun. You can 1 ! go come. wrong on this one. 1041 Chevrolet ^ Door Se- 1937 Ford 2 Door Sedan, dan. A real buy! Good price. 1311 Ford Convertible. Iff 133S Chevrolet '/, Ton. A OUR PAINT AND BODY^SHOP IS THE BEST IN THIS SECTION! • Factory Trained Mechanics • Paits and Accessories • Wrecker Service Chamblin Sales Co. Lex Chamblin R. K. * Ash Strccls Bill Chamblin STUDEBAKERS Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Them* 2013 mil Chickaanwba The Right Place To Buy Your Car . . . EAST END AUTO SALES 503 East Main Street Clean Used Cars— All Makes! Phone 4191 J. W. Lovclady Al I.arman drover Fra/.icr Attention, Soybean Grower Have your soybeans rcclcancd before plAntinp. We have recently Inslalled one of Hie best bean cleaners in the Stale. Double cleaning process, we have two cleaners in operation, No appointment needed, prompt service, no waiting. ille Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Blytheville

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