The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 17, 1947
Page 7
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1047 BT.YTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS " t Haven in Africa is Prepared For British Royalty in Event Russians Wage Shooting War CHICAGO. Oct.'17. (U.P.)— Eug»n« c. Pulli*tn, Publisher ol the Indianapolis Star, said yesterday that BriUin hat «t up * spul in mid-Africa where the King and Queen of England will go in' Ihe event of trouble with Russia." Pulllam. who recently returned ( rom a tour of 22 Europe and the mid-East, addressed i general sessions annual meeting of tile Audit Bureau of Circulation. countries oi here of the He said that he did'not think + there was a "Chinaman's chance i ol a war bctwcn the United States and Russia during the immediate future." and that by the "immediate future I mean at least 10 or 15 years.'* The publisher then reviewed the economic »nd political status of various European states, and said that "the anti-American sentiment in England in unbelievable, but I believe it is due to uncon- SCIQUS pea lousy, '"there is no question," he continued, "where Britain would be In the case of a showdown with Russia, but at the present time the Americans are the most unpopular people In all the world with the British. British Greatly Disturbed "In fact, the British are so disturbed about their own situation that they feet i! Britain goes down, America goes with it. and Instead of providing a place In Canada or one o[ the dominions (or the Kins First Baptist Church Shows Rapid Growth and Queen In ease of a showdown ; work as compared to with llus.sla. (he British govern- i 19-13 When the Rev. E. c. Brown delivers his morning sermon Sunday at First Baptist Church It will mark the conclusion of his fourth year as pastor of the church. In the four years he has been pastor, the Sunday School enrollment has Brown from 510 to 1120 and the church membership has grown from 1115 to 1447. Giving a brief review of changes during the four years and discussing plans for the future, the Re''. Mr. Brown said that during the associations! year concluded Sept. 30, a total of 552,751.72 had been Riven for mission and local ''hurch $18,733.17 In Truman Puts Hostesses Over Nation on Honor System to Save Food WASHINGTON, Oct. 17. (UP) — President Truman today put the country's hostesses anrt other dinner-givers on the honor system so to speak. He told reporters at a new conference that when lip gnd Mrs. Truman cancelled While House slate dinners this Pall and Wlntei to conserve food, they were / not trying to set a national example. They took this action voluntarily, the President said, and It U not Incumbent on anyone else to follow their lead. They took Ihe action voluntarily, th e President said, and U Is not incumbent on anyone else to follow their lead. Mr. Truman said lie saw no reason why dinners should not be given and banquets held—so long as the general food conservation rules are followed, t Capital hosts and nostesses normally expect the White House to set the social pace. The President tn effect told them today that they are on their own but reminded them that there's a food-saving drive going on. PAGE SEVBf ' thnt would solve the V>ooV>.v-lrivj) slayln* of T. Bnrkctt Ivlns, Etownli, former McMinn County politician. The Ivlns family previously liiul offered R $1,000 reward. Ivins was killed by an explosive wired to (he starter of his car Oct. 3: Oov, Jim Mi'Cord snlrt the stale's offer of a reward was made at the request of R. Beeclier Witt, district attorney-general o! tlie Fourth Judicial Circuit, Ivliu. former serlff, county court clerk, and deputy U. S. marshal was identified with a political faction ousted In n C.I revolt, 1040 election. the Then HELOrr. Tliorson, a became ill ||>< Frit {(rally III Wis. iuri — Tlicmlnir jiron-r, totd police lie iiixl twirled for home. A short lime later, he felt slcksr. He discm-nc dihnt in his trip from store to residence, he lost a billfold with $1.400. - Rend Courier News Want Ads Jailed Too Thoroughly, Has To Be Sowed Out ' Al/I'US, Okln. lUIO—AMiu police liml to reverse the usiml procedure and «nw a prisoner out ol Jail, A cell door lock jammed when police Iried to release a man arrested for drunkenness. They tried to open it with keys, wire anrt hairpins, (ml gave up after » 30-mln- ule struggle. ExiisiiciRlcd. Hi* officers called fo> R hacksaw and sawed off the lock. nient has set up a place In the I middle of Africa where the King! and Queen will go in the event of trouble with Russia. '"rncy tlo not oelieve America would be able to .stand up against the Russians, and therefore have decided not. to stnd trtt Kins; *n<5 Queen to Canada." rulliam said that during his trip to Europe and the Near East he talked to many who had been in Russia and to many Communist leaders and that he was convinced "that Russta is determined • to wipe out ' cspltallsm throughout I the world." "She is particularly determined I to destroy constitutional govern- ! nwnt and her main objective In , that direction is toward the Unil- ed States government," Pulliam said. "Russia hopes and belivese that the United States will become tired of its nrogram In Europe and will withdraw, and the ^Russians will be .able to move in and control, country by country, just as she has her present satellite countries." He demanded that the State De- p?rtment "should tell the American people what it knows" about the trip of former vice-president Henry Wallace to Russia. Henry Wallace CrUkiied "Everybody in all the American embassies in Europe know t*at Wallace went to Russia with explicit Instructions to his staff that •regardless of what they saw they must make no statement that In any way reflected on Russia, Each member of the staff was told that It he made any statment that was unfriendly to Russia he would immediately be dropped from the staff. "Wallace hnd a perfect vijht to SO to Russia, he has a perfect rl°hl to say anything he wants to. but the American people also have the right to know under what auspices he went and what were his Instructions to his staff. " Tlie Indianapolis publisher said that the United states "h»s only oiv or two alternatives. "Either it must move in and build up the economy of Western Europe, or it must build a wall around Itself and let the Soviets take Europe and Asia....if we let the Soviets take Europe and Asia. If we withdraw into our own shell, it means that we must reduce our standards of .living ... (whichl would bring on further socialization in America and eventually we would get some type of totalitarian government. "So. in our own national self- interest, there Is only one thing for us to do. and that Is to go into Europe with a common sense program, all loans to be administered by American missions. "We should not loan a single dollar except for wheat and coal that is not, administered by some • expert." The firm of McAnluch-Martker, architects of Little Rock, anrt U. S. Branson of Blytheville have been employed to draw up plans for a church sanctuary and additional educational space. The -' Building Fund, which was approximately $10.000 at the beginning of the Rev. Mr. Brown's pistomtt, has grown to $82,176.09. The church 'budget In inn was 514.0W but Is J40.218.52 lor 1946. All church organizations have grown and a Brotherhood and new Mission Sunday School have been orgsnlzed. The pastor also spoke of the addition of an associate pastor position, filled by the Rev. D. B. Bledsoe, who i'so is'.oy of the Lilly Street Baptist Church. 'Dangerous' School Bus Service Brings 'Strike' KNOXVILLE, Tenn.. Oct. 17. (UP) —Sixteen children of the Holston Quarry community were kept away Irom Carter School for the fourth day today in protest against "dan- melons" school bus service. . The move followed dCiilh of 14- year-old Frank Williams who was killed Friday by a train as he crossed a track separating the community Irom the bus stop on the rnaTn road. The parents kept their children at home Monday and said today they will continue the. "strike." until the bus come.? across the track to pick up the students. Alvin Huffman Jr. Tells Rotarians of U.S. Timber Alvin Huffman Jr., Blytheville lumber dealer, spoke on timber of the United States at the weekly meeting of the Rotary Club yesterday noon at the Hotel Noble. Guests at the meeting were Don Creek of Jonesboro, The Rev. L. T Lawrence of Osceola. Sam Hodges of Osceola and Harold Tray£or of Blytheville, Junior Rotarian. James Roy was Inducted as s new member. SHOT DOWN! Last hunting season 2,500 telephone wires were broken by stray bullets. That's why we say: Hunters, please don't shoot at birds on telephone wires. One ihot may break an important long distance wire. SOUTHWESTERN SELL TUEFHONE COMfAKY Another Cake Hit Of the Month'. Chocolate Banana Layer Cake - - 69c Special Chocolate Banana Cream Icing ON SALE SATURDAY ONLY! Telephone Your Order — Dial 2073 HART'S BAKERY Tennessee Adds $500 To Reward Offered tor Arrest of Ivins Stayer NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Oct. 17. (UP) —The State of Tennessee has offered a $300 reword for information For DIXIELAND / / is the family stand for consistently Fine Foods! TRY Our Fresh Reelfoot Grapple "The Best Place to Enjoy Good Food! DIXIELAND CAFE North Highway 61, Holland, Mo. Phone Steele 17F22 <t COATS if SUITS * DRESSES Siie* 2-6x All 1/2 Price TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 FARM LOANS At Lowest EUteX of Interest Quick Service A. F. Dietrich United Insurance Agency ICO S. 1st St. In*ram BWf. Sain Talk NEW YORK (UP) _ Vernon E. Vining. a merchandising consultant, spoke before the Rotary Club. His subject: "Yes and No, but Not Indisputably; or How to get Stinking Rich." That pinching, annoying, painful vamp can be rccut here so It is really comfortable. Smart, fine- \vorkimtn- >hlp, modest eliui'Kes. Hfl LTCRS OUflUTY SHOE SHOP 121 W. M R I N ST. We Guarantee RECAPPING with Hwvkinson Treads Let Your Next Tire* B GENERALS Cost More — Worth Mor MODINGER TIRE CO Save a Little- Have Much! Life Insurance Is * fortuo* . . . and whether a policy jj modMt or small, everybody buyi It on the Installment plan. E. H. (Eddie) Ford Lynch RulUJInc Phones Hun. Mil ' Bcc lilt 502 I.uraerale St. BJytherill* (General American Lift In*. C*. : K. Main Phone 230V FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 72-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 691 Our Popular Priced Sturdy Colt Spring Unit, designed to give you complete relaxation and posture-support for refreshing sleep. Re-enforced pre-built border. Attractive, durable ticking. only *59 50 Matching Box Springs. $39.50 'The Store of Better Buys!' Individually iwckctctt inner coils combine with layers of resilient padding to make this mnttrrss n miracle of sleeping comfort! Pro-built border, taped edges. Our Popular Priced $39.50 One of the finest mtUti-Cfis buys you'll find lor your money nnywlicre. Reinforced pre- hullt roll cclse. Sccm-e butlon-tiifttng. Hell- cnl-ticd coil springs U> mulch $10.flr>. $28.50 For Dependable RADIO REPAIRS Phone 578 We Pickup sod Deliver LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. 301 W. Walnut St. RADI REPAIR 1 AND 2 DAY SERVICE OH ANY MAKE OB MODEL. RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN ' Electrical Appliance Co. Authorlicd Motorola R*4i« Sale* and Scrrlc* m South Flnt St. MBM»9*^WHl3W«r 3-Pc. METAL BED OUTFIT Walnut finish bed. with coll spring and mattress. A fine Half Size Cot & Felt Pad That can be folded and rolled away for storage. Mattress is included. $27.35 Cash If You Have It... Tsrms II You Wish! *LVI Modern Sofa Beds $4995 Metal oppn arm . . . modern covered arm. awl streamlined maple arm sofa beds, with full iiincrspring construction of attractive sci",icoable covers! Kadi one a marvelous buy. 113 Fast Me in Street Phone 230? CLUB 61 Blythrvlllt, Arkarnan North Dine and Dance * Couples Onlt •* SJ ™"~~"' ^-V^^-^-Vl^^J^-J^^^J^^^^^^,^,^^^ .^mj-^^J^J^^A^VV^v^^^^^up^^^^^^^^^j! Open 6 Nights Weekly Orchcitra Every Wednesday Nl»hi OPERATED BY GENE POWELL Phone 3371 Night Phones 2527 and 2903 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances 117 So. Second St. Blytheville, Ark. Free Estimates on All Work • Dial 2231 For Free Delivery on AD Staple and Fancy Groceries Quality Meats Fresh Fryers (I/ive or Drcpsed) Freeman & Henley GROCERY 2016 West Main St. Allen Pickard's SHOE REPAIR SERVICE • Surplus Army Goody • Supplies • Shoes S« us fo- the very best In Array surplus shots. Nearly new—Rebuilt—To Rf Rebuilt. Hundred* For sale. Quantity Prices Aratl- able. EAST END 112 Lilly Street '/2 Block South East Main fOK *(AL $11 root Still & Young Motor Co. Lf'nco/n«A4«reiiry Dwftr Phom 3479 Blythevill* Ark. 112 W*ta«t 8C

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