The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 14, 1946
Page 6
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w& |^«: Damage Soil Methodists See Big Opportunity For Democracy in the Far East (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SUCK HILL FALLS, PH., Dec.* I2 ; —(UP)— Immediate wllhdruwa of' American nnd Russian troop JFotfiir Asks $60,000 ^Foi Daughter's Death !vih Atlanta Fire ^ATLANTA, Qa, Deo M CUP)— The first suil seeking daniRges from lh« fire-guttfd Wuxsofr Hotel »Hpre 121 persons were killed last Saturday was filed in Pulton County-* Supenoi Court yesterday It' i"^"K*.m: IUJIIKI^ charged that a HOW corporation' tliD election for n "free, democratic which bought the propcrtj aftci. sovcinmcnt' In Korea following th« fhe \\fis ''fraudulent" evacuation of Soviet-forces from The suit, entoicd by o B Tor- the Noith antl American irooiyj £JV ° r Thomaston. Ga , oski VM.-t from the Soutli. it also urged syin- 000 for the death of his 10-jcar-old pathetic help for the new Phlllp- dalighter, Sarah Virginia, who oc-| p u,e .epubllc cupled loom 1430 with Her school i T L ! ' , teacher and three other girls. I '" ,' ne "omliiir Imiustrlaltaaioii Mrs. Annie Lee Invln Is named' 01 Asla ' ""Vbonrd said, • Ihe "eyes flsfprlnbipal defendant and ihc pc-| of thc Enst wi " bc pnrttcjilnrly dl- titipn charges the Arlington Corp I'.'^'W to American policy In the -•'•••"• • ' Philippines and in Korea. . . We must strike lo understand the great problems and pressures which these emerging nations /ace, to the end that we may wield a Christian inilucnce In their solution." -,..... .. ,„ ^ ' IlK ' success of the Philippine re- ana land in receivership and to l )ll b'Ic, said the resolution, is the enjoin collection of fire insurance Brat opportunity of the West "to * i !i M ,™'< Ilwln ' onil otlier s. j demonstrate Hint democracy is sill) folbert contended the Arlington'dynamic. It might well lie that in Corp. was formed to "hinder, tie-1 the success or failure of ihls rn- froni Korea and n popular election lii that country' "at the earliest ixjssiblc date" were urged today by :he Hoard of Missions nnd Church Extension of thc Methodist Church. In a resolution adopted by the ward's annual meeting here, the nlsslonarles called lor immediate establishment of a United Nations Jlebescile commission 10 conduct which tills week announced pur- cl)ise of the hotel. Is a "creature" Mrs. irvvin, her husband lierlawyer. The suit seeks to cancefthe deed frpni Mrs. Irwin to the .Arlington Corp., also seeks to place;thc hotel Confederate Home Board Supports 70-Year-Old Superintendent in Row LTTTI K HOCK. Ark., Dec. Torture Charge: Lodged by ChuVL Against Officers Alln-rt "Rusty" Scroggins, 2(1- parachtitlH now In Ken M and Sheppard at Clinton,.Okla., I I . •=? i Wednesday morning.. Tentative! Lodged by Chutist-'n^'o^uSt'atndani^' ~ • "i'l "yy ie-fpiolcd a plane of ultn- ilar dwctjptlon Wednesday alter- i noon. ' Tin 1 plane crashed Into fbg- ..— — ,-...uviinnoi. iiuw 111 Ken- : ^hioudc'd mountain crest and burst nedy vctc-rnas Hospital \ n Memphis' ill!o HaiiH'.s late Wednesday aiter- ncovering fioin nl.lejied 'maHreat- '. '•'""• 13oll] of thc bodies were I HO) it 1)V tJOlirn nf I Jin f ,.4i>. i- ,« - [ kill npf J lint'/M wl,,. .<.!< :^,. „ .. ,1 manager of the ^organization. M. J?,. 8 ? 11 ul !' * tn '' c llv ll| e bottlers J.yfl 01 . 1 ,, r ? , sl ' Ue -. 01 ' 80lliK:illol> ' ""-' ' '* [°> l * l-"'l-«.ii>e inior- ^ . • b ld tl ' llcfc operators dolng SATURDAY, DKCEMIWK M, 1f).|p . head of .the Confederate Home area- incut by police of that, city | s the former paratrooper who thrilled Nov^VHrS,," 11 ,'! M * «?!»** J"'"» " ' ' V CV "' U M "- l,in ned beyond recognition, and invrr.LigntliH; ofllccrs at first said cur.' of them might have been a v.< m;in. he be replaced by a'youn^ man. *? m ' L^c George u Turner, chnlrmnn of ugainst ,,| m . f ,;i st reat.nem I v n? board of ontrol ni lic in a severed ne e , , m . he home board of control, snid the lice resulted board opposes such a move. Turner pointed out that nvorage age of residents at tin- home Is B9, ahrf Said „ yommer superlntcndont would not under?tam their needs. , • Other board , members arc Mrs. John M. Loftin and Dr. J. o. Hall Of Little Rock and Mrs. nosers of RHKicllvlllc. "'• : which paralyze h , the said. , '1 wo men were later irm.t , < St. Louis h) connect on i ( .,,» ' Memphis sla^ngcon .-«,,, , "" H. A. Nelson of lh<> Dr. Pepper llottilng Co., has been named a director or the Arkansas Bus and TriKV: Association, according to John Allen. Little Rock, sccretary- were returned to Mi-mpMs for tri«" i! Bodies oi Two f-iiers Arkansas Airline Plans To Discontinue Service LITTLE RCCK, Ark., Dec. M. , -v~-f —,- «• »«««v ii. > nju^nju u city j mnko orainnucc requiring such buildings locies to^have _ autpmntic sprinkler sys-' nisin?" terns, enclosed stairways and an au- torftatic alarm. . ' ; Tlie suit also alleged the hotel wos_ negligent In having only one bellboy on duty to look for fires dimng .the early morning hours. Tlic fire organ about 3r30 a.m. last Saturday. .. Torbert said his dnupliler a- senior; In -Robert E. Lfe Hich School, kejjt house while her mother worked,, made 53 a week during school : I-'!S 1S and in suni| i'er months marie S>50 a month-, packing • . he spent $150 tor a cemetery lot. $37C for a casket and J7S* for a vault, '«. . peaches. said Difce Visits Truman &ASH:NGTCN, DO?. M CUPI —President Truman s|)ent nearly Tiie board virgcd the u, S. government to ndopt "the principle.'; of l]rotlicrhoo<i and Justice" In all negotiations willi the Philippines nciniblic. "so Hint, the hateful trinity of soclnl inferiority, economic exploitation, ant! extraterritorial rights .slnill no longer lie symbols or thc West in the minds and hearts of Oriental peoples." t 3q. minutes in conference Friday with thc Duke of Windsor Women members of the White House I staff Jimmied the lobby of 'lie' executive offices for a look at/ the former Urltlsli King.. Ho v/n.i accompanied by Lord Inver,-;iapoi thc nritish ambassador. •PAV-FTTEVIU.E. AtX., Dec. 14.— ' (UP)—The botiles of twn \ pt.r.sons found In u crashed plunc ••• I" KiiB8<'d Fr.inklln Counly, Ark f i—hotitn central Air Tcnns-' were tentatively Idcnlilled ' totiny i ut today notitlcd thc Arkansas us Theodore coskowski ,,f Mllwnu- ' iiuilc Service Commission it will U'c. Wis.. and Wesley Slienpnrd of! liscontiniie rcBiiiarly sclieclnbtl air. "cloit, Wis. ervlcc in Arkansas Sunday n'ulu. A .surplus Navy trainer uearln" The Tnycttcvillc firm, wli;ch nunibc-rs found i,n tlm' ."crashed started K.s efforts lo blanxet Ihe lilane had been solii l o Coskow coniinu-j'Stnte with short-line ulr sei-vii-i'' .~~ with a temporary jiermlt last Aug. " 1. gave Inadequate nnvlgnlioimi equipment nnd lack of rjrnfit iis reasons for discontinuing" setvaa. l GIFT GOODS-TOYS We h:ivc ihc \i\riacsl selccUon of gift goods nnd toys displayed. You will have lo see our display before you OHM reiili/e just Unw lar-je <mr slock really is. We in- vile you lo visit nur slore—now goods arriviiifr daily. I! u'iil IKI;,. you (o | )llv ,,;,,.],,_ |j u ,|j, cl j-aiyj. Ciln , )C [,.„!_. New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams and daughter. Evelyn, arc visiting relatives at I'lnnt City, Pin. Mrs. Edith Epperson and sons, Harold and Ronnie, have rcturnoil from Calron, Mo, where they In've been visiting •Fnrkoi •Read Courier News Want Ads. Furniture is the Ideal Gift! Floor Lamps — Table Lamps Innerspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 113 Easl Main All Our P.raplujw* are War ' Phone 2302 "Cleaning You'll Rave About!" You'll rcnlly rnve nl»nt our wt.y of denning ... It leaves your clnllips so clr-nn antl naw-like. CALL 3738 BOONE CLEANERS When you gotta blow you GOTTA BLOW! Place Your Orders NOW For Christmas Ducks, Geese TURKEYS American I,n<ly Foods PICKARD'S I (I'M ChicUasawlia Blan Heath Auto & Home Supply J'hiine ,828 419 West Main St. Your Flowen Are—You Ar»! One cal! to us will arrange to hmve your remembrances scut, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan • ''^.FLOWER SHOP r-r,. w r* I, M. iMuil Wllli.m^ IH»«. ::~o: CHAMBIIK BUY HIM A TIRE FOR XMAS S A L € C O STUDEBAKER Home for Your Formal! Tracror Is Delta Implements Inc. Expert Repairs! Delta Implements,-Inc. .iW So. ** St. Phon.863 v '^ -A. R. K. GOOSEY N'.-Ilichwny 61 Acrnss from Comp. Be Sure! INSURE FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE ' , AGENCY We suggest a Complete Brake Inspection — DIAL 2311 LOY -EI'CH Chevrolet Co. For Complete Protection CllAS. No Waiting! No Delay! !n Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Busine» and Residential Property In Town* of Over 2500 MONfr PAID ON OAY Of APPLICATION IF riTLf IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY W J. FLORIDA, Vlc^Presidenl JPHONf Hi Mtohslppi County Bank Bulldlnf " Osccola, Arkansas ^ We have jusl ssrnffer Car 'fires 475-19 550-18 550-17 550-16 600-16 650-16 700-15 MUD CHAINS received :t lat-jje shipnicnt .of livtvs Truck Tires 600-16 6 piy 700-15 6 ply 750-16 650-20 700-20 700-20 750-20 900-20 8 ply 8 ply 8 ply 10 ply 10 ply 10 ply REBUILT BATTERIES Your One Stop Station MARR'S AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sts. FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radini and 320 E. Main St. WASH TUBES Chiropractic for Health Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 DR. TORSTEN LINDQUIST Neurwstlomolcr Service Guard Bldg., 2091/2 W. Main Phone 3170, Blytheville, Ark. CONCRETE BUILDING .BLOCKS Abo CULVERTS Z\ or« Oea/er$ fa' V? THE FAMOUS Osceola Tile & Coiverf Co. O5CEOLA. ARK. !sed Cars and Trucks Vyg BUY—SELL—OR TRADE The Top Dollar Paid in C-A-S-H NO DELAY _ NO RED TAPS We Now Have A Few Nice Ones For Sole or Trarfa E.V THE WW, XUVING QJIETLS 3'JCKV, DIP VOU- \IS f.^ >VEST EVER. LEW!.f4 1HS T\.l SHE GETS . -U.IMTHMlr\STV.., >0 t.VKES VOU DESCW3JO ThE eii'.CK Kg BOUSHT t& X*t;REftW HODSEOfi .. SO SHREWP THM HE'LL WftKS UP SOON WNUS j\ IWUSEi WITH NO PROOF TWWEGOTITTHRUrRfvJO i WiNOy, I CONi>IDEK / HW ONE OF W fftVORITE CUENTS WHEREABOUT.* THE Rt^t COUNTESS RED RYDEK ])o\vu Comes (he !>u!)

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