FRIDAY, niiCOIHKK 13, 1046 I Editors to Check llnformation Unit Stoic Department's Publicity Experts Work to Be Reviewed WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. (UP) — .The bonrd of directors of llie jjuerlenn Society of Newspaper Ed- todav adopted a report sug- ine Ui'nt Die society appoint a special conunittcc to review at ii>1 Icrvals the work of the Slate De- I pavtmeiu's office of lutcrnntioiml I Information and cultural affairs. The report was made by tin A3NE conunittcc which was ap- j pointed to examine "the problem I of Ihe world dissemination ol news." I The committee surveyed the news dissemination operations of the QIC. directed by William Bcnton. a.ssistaiH secretary of state, and discussed with executives of the United press and Use Associated Press their reasons for cutting oil I Ilicir services to the government apency after the end of the vvar. . The cr.nimHlee unanimon.s:y pre| .scntcd this final conclusion: ••The present uncertainties in >n- ternationa) relations justify an el- fort by the United States government to make its activities and its policies clear lo tbc people "' the world through the agency set lip In the State Department. Your committee recognizes, however, tlic danger inherent in government dissemination of news and suggests A'^at the society appoint a special T«"nmittce to review at intervals work of the state department agency and make its findings available to the membership." BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Sisters to Sing at Church Here The Kppley Sisters Gospel Quintette of Manclies!or, I'n.. will .ippi-ar tomorrow nli;hl at l-'irst Church of Nimuoin- at T-.'ja o'clock. The five sisters will present a spiritual pu>m-am featuring vocal quintettes, soprano and alto solos, piano selection and number* on the following instruments: Vibra-llarp. Violin. Kiel-trie nawailn Guilfir Saxophone, Accordions and Cathedral Chimes. The Rev. Harold C. Thompson will be in charge of the proji'ain. All of the members of the slngliiK yroup are sppcial vocal .sfjnoi Is >f Messiah fiiblc College. Orantham. Pa. Tlieh- recent concert lours have included churches and radio stntions in tin- united S'.uu-s and Canada. Brides Learn Their Jewels Were Stolen TOLEDO, O., Dec. 13. (UP)—Two fugitives from Alnbuma prisons were held here today on charges of possi-ssiiiK stolen jewelry (ind drugs while tlu'lr brides walled lo hour for the lirsl time of their husbands' criminal records. Tlic fugitives were Charles J.. Kiikland and Ernest McOnfflc, ulius Robertson, both 29, o( nirinlniilmin The wives. Mrs. Virginia Ktik- land. 29, and Mrs. Helen Irene Hcboitson, IB, W erc unaware of (heir husbands' , pnsi and iotl bi'oki' into tears yesterday when Informed lhc v were wealing stolen Jf.velry. PAGE •, ELEVEN* Accidental farjn resident deaths increased eight per cent, over tlic 1944 figure in 1945. County Collectors Due To Settle With State LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Dec. 13.— (UP) — state Auditor J. Oscar Humphrey today reminded all county collectors that their final settlement must be made and all reports Jiled in his office by Dec. 31. At this time, only half of the 75 counties in Arkansas have reported on their 1945 tax collections. Truck Damages Cafe MALVERN. Ark.. Dec. 13.—(UP) —A Negro cafe was demolished and electric service interrupted here yesterday when a Southwestern transfer truck crashed into the cufc and burst Into flames. A. c. Culpcppor of Tcxarkana, driver of the truck, said a Negro drove a car in front of him. (ore- liiir the truck into the cafe. Cul- pcppcr was burned slightly. Walks Itabics 250 Miles PULLMAN. Wash. (UP)— Mrs. Marjorle Harriett. 29, ol Potlnch, Ida., hiked from Tncoma lo Pullman—about 250 miles across Ihe slate—and pushed her t\vo small children in a baby buggy while the third child walked with her. React Courier new* W»m Ad«. WASHER SERVICE Phillip Krd V«COOM 0)»ngr>, F»m, Ironi i»l Bm ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J. W AJAM.H. ttfr. I'boat ion :;o<i. 0 a w. H.Iu WAKNINd n llir Chancery Court, C'hlvliaviw- •w IHilrlel, Mississippi L'ouuly, Arkansas, llownirt J. Amlerson, I'liUiilirr, vs. No. 9894 Belly Jnne Anderson....Urfciutnul The ilofcnduut. Ilrlty June An- It'i'son, Is hereby wiu-iiril lo •ippeiir wllliln thirty diiys in the com! innicil In the million hereof iinil Hii.swer the coni)>lnlnt o[ the plnln- •I(f. llownnl J. Aiulci-son. Haled till* i>« dny 0 [ Novemher, 1010. IIAUVKY MO 1(1 US. Clerk Hy Hetty Smith. D. c. Kd H. Cook, Ally, for 1M11. WAIIN'INd OKDUR In llu> Cham-try Court, Chli- b.i District, .Mississippi Cuunty, Arkansas. Sylvester Duvls I'lniulllt, ps. No. D9U1 Kll'/.abclh Davis DefcmV.uit. The defendant Klly.abelli Davis Is hereby warnc dlo appear wtlliln thirty days In the court named hi Have Money Today, Any l>ay STOP AND SWAP ri.lll'.UT Hlll'TMAN'S. SWAP SHOP J01 H. Main IMu-.nc Kill You Must lit' ll:iii|iy nr No Di-ul $f--*'-'-*-'''*"*.*.\*.'.*..*.\^^ Chiropractic for Health Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 DR. TORSTEN LINDQUIST Nenrociilomeler Service Guard Bldg.; 209 1 /2 W. Main Phone 3170, Blytheville, Ark. /. IIP caption hereof mid answer line omphiiiil of the |)liiliilllt Sylvester )m-ls. Dnlccl this 2V duy of November, [IARVEV-MORRIS. IJd B, Cook, Ally, for PH.. . Follow the crowds to PLANTER'S! for all your gift selections— / Toyland on Balcony Gift Dept. on Main Floor HOMi: OF FAMOUS UltAXDS PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., Inc. 12« West Slain St. Phone 515 Oen. DoiiRlas MncArthur bom in Liltlc nock, Ark. was STREAMLINE YOUR KITCHEN ... AND YOUR HOME! NOW AVAILABLE BEAUTIFUL CABINET SINK Mndcvii ;ni(l convenient in every respect. 8'1" \vood bilge cabinet with double bowl sink and marlwlized linoleum top. V/hile finish. $147.50 RADIO-PHONOGRAPH SET A gond Christmas gift for a favorite. Handsome table model ratiio-plionograph. Finished in smooth walnut. $112.95 PHILCO BATTERY RADIO llalfery radios have been exceedingly scarce of late. This fivc-ttilie IMiilco set is the answer for your desire. Complete with aerial and battery. BEAUTIFUL ANDIRON SET Merc's something (hat will add beauty and distinction to any home. Seven beautiful pieces, including fire screen, shovel, brush and poker. Holiday Values ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR With double door. Stainless steel, equipped with General lOleclric compressing unit KIcclric llooni Heaters, various types and prices. Tricycles, of strong construction, 19.05. (icneral KIcclric: Sun Lamp. For a sun bath during the winter months. Screws in like light bulb. $59.95 $39.95 HUBBARD & HOKE APPLIANCE COMPANY G. E. Appliances — Bendix Washnrs 2 Doors West of Hubbard Furniture Co. "This Is Your G. E. Store in Blytheville." Special Price $49.95 1 Others $59, $69, $79, $89 CHOOSf F^OM MANY STYLES ANJjb DESIGNS Platform Rockers I.arjfe, soft chairs thai offer everything to be desired in comfort. This week we are offering a spcml in a good i|iialily platform rocker, with tapestry upholstery for only 23.95 » Al."o a group of beautiful heavy spring cushion UAYON .VELOURS, priced ;it 53.95 FLOOR LAMPS floor lamp. With metal base :ind silk .sliiitlc, S|ic- fl!«lly priced nl only 14.95 Table Lamps Cliin.i hasc t.ihlo lamp with ;:*rcli- mrtiC shade, ^ special value at 6.95 SPECIAL VALUES IN STUDIO COUCHES Yes, sir! You'll find reel values in this new shipment of fine quality couches! And they make the most comfortable beds you have yet seen from a similar piece of furniture. And they come to you specially priced at a figure that is strictly pre-war. Neatly designed tapestry upholstery is constructed for a good appearance as well as durability. Come in and give these a look! You'll say they're the values of the yearl ' 2-P/fCf COUCH and MATCHING CHAIR VELOUR LIVING ROOM SUITES Here's real (jualily in a two piece living 1 room suite. Ouch and matching chair in fine quality velotir. 149.95 TABLES This year, we arc offering the finest ciillei-lioii of tables thai we have ever before p'ifcsciilcrl (o our \>;\ Irons. Coffee Table.s, IMK! lablcs, lainj) (allies, in fact, there's a table of every description in our fine display. Come in and lonk them over! USE YOUR CREDIT--- to Buy fhc Things You Want OTHER GIFT ITEMS MIRRORS 'WALL RACKS MAGAZINE CHAIRS METAL SMOKERS $1.95 Hubbard Furniture Co. Phone 409 401 W. Main St.
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