The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 13, 1947 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 13, 1947
Page 12
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K&V W&>" BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS _ U-S. and Canada Argentina's Quints Guarded THURSDAY, K1013RUAUY 13, 1947 lCentinue Pact < * * •* * Informal Agreement ' During Wo? Carries Into Era of Peace , yTAEHINGTON, Feb. 13.—(UP— The State Department snid yesterday in a joint announcement wi"> the Canadian government that the two powers will continue to collaborate, for peacetime joint security by continuing wartime cooperation Between their armed forces. But" the^twb 'powers stated that no treaty, executive-agreement or contractual" obligation lins been entered Inlo. "Eaph country may at any time discontinue collaboration," the statement said. "Neither country \rtll take any action inconsistent with -the charter jf the United Nations.'^ . / The* announcement was the result of discussions In-the permanent Joint* board of defense. The I collaboration will be based on these I principles:- . ' 1. Interchange or selected incli- . vJduals ^<T Increase familiarity of i each ;country.'^ defense establish- ; ment^itlr that of the other conn- ; fry. ' ; 2. Qcnefal cooperation nntl exchange of-observers in -connection I with 'exercises and tests of equipment/ ^ ( , 3. Encouragement of standard!?.-' atlon of arms, equipment, orga- < nlzatiOn, "methods of training and new. /developments. This will be j gradual. I 4 Mutual and reciprocal avail-' ability of military, naval and air facilities'in each country to be applied 'as may ba agreed' In specific I instances This will permit the armed forces of each nation to cross the territory of the other with military Aircraft a nd vessels. 5 AI! 'cooperative arrangements .will be without impairment of the control of either country over all activities in its territory. ' The statement "said tile two .powers 'believed their continued collaboration wo\tld contribute to fulfilling thcfi obllgaliriis under the charter of the United Nations I to maintain international peace. Sotiel Gold Fields Expanded MOSCOW CUP)— The 'century- old Bodaibo gold fields In eastern Siberia have been expanded with the ducoveiy and opening of HEW deposits. This year'the deposits already have produced 21 per cent more^ precious metal farm during •ihe corresponding period of 1945, the Moscow News revealed. Una in a perpetual trust fund, with •the income lo BO annually k> the faculty member held by the trus- .cos to have made "the greatest contribution lo the welfare of the luinirm race dining Ihe preceding year." In Ills last me.ssat;e to Congress on Dec. 7, 1700, Washington recommended the usr; of public funds to aid agriculture. Max Gardner's Will Reveals Many Bequests SHELBY, N. C., Feb. 13.—(UP) —The late ambassador aim former Ciov. O. Max Gardner left the bulk of bis estnte, unofficially estimated lit around $6,000,000 to his widow niul three surviving children In four equal parts, Ills will revealed today. j The will was probated In Cleveland County Superior Court. After specific bequests. It divided the estate between Mrs. Gardner, Hulph Gardner, O. Max Gardner, Jr., and Mrs. N. E. Burgess of Short Hills, N. J. Thb former governor letl S250,- 000 to the Gardner-Webb Foundation, Inc., to be used for 'his favorite project, Gardner-Webb Junior College here. A $100,000 life Insurance policy also was lefl specifically to tbc college. Gardner loft $5,000 In cash to North cnrollnn Revenue Commissioner Edwin Gill as "an cxprcs- j i,\ •} HJ.; ritOIIATK COUItT FOR slon of u;y devotion to him, and in 'jTir; CHd'K/VSAWIJA DISTRICT appreciation of his high character, ' OK MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, AK- loyaUy and friendship." Gardner KANSAS. was governor when Gill received In (!'-' M itlcr «l the I'st.itc ) his first position In the state gov- of J-M':'ii M. llul'fimin, Decease:!) ermucnl. I'rcbale No, 17UG Gardner lefl $25,000 to trustee:; NOTICK or AKMIN1STKATIOS of the University of North Cure- Notl'.'e is hereby Kivcn that lettcra or adnniiistrutiun ,with Will annex- or ruoit/vn: OF WIM- N'rtire is rn'rt'jy Riven thai Uic last WiU and Tosls'.mi'iil of Eibe.'t M. Huffman, deceased, was probated in common form by the Pristine Com I al tlio Chk-k->s;uv'oa Dlsliict fit Mississippi County, Ar- k[>n^f on tlie ^rtl day of February, 1017. .An appeal from such probate can t/i effected oniy by filing a jieti- .tion, I'UtinK the grounds of such 'rivcnl, wiihiii ei>: months from the <^iU' of this notice. Witness my hand arc! seal this 12tli day of Frtruory. 150-17. EMEAniSTH Kl.YTUE Clerk of Said Count. Reid & Hoy, attorneys 2 13-23-27 e<!, were granted to the undersigned upon the estate of Elaert M. Huffman, deceased, on the 10th doy of February 1S47 t>y the Pro- biite Court of the chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas. All persons having claims or demands -against said eslp.le must exhibit them, properly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance within six months from the date of the first pub'.ication of this notice or they shall Ue barred forever and precluded from any • benefits In sijch estate. , ! The address of the undersigned i administrator is 412 N. Oth Street,' Blylheirillo. Arkansas, Dated this 12th day of February, ELBERT M. HUFFMAN Administrator Reid & Roy, attorneys. 2;i3-23-27 The Diligent! quintuplets are being cuardcd in Mar Del Plata. Ar;;e;i- tinn, against kidnap thrent-s. The children lire shomn at play hi (.heir home, loft to rl^ht: rear: Mnrciii Christina, Franco and Maria. In frcnt, curios, and Miria Kernatuia. (NEA Telcphoto.i survivors insurance should be made | available to public employes nnd that gi'cat army of self-employed." Rekd Courier News Want Ads. .WAS11INGTON, l-'eb. 13—(UP) —Rep. carl T. Curtis, R., Neb., introduced n bill yesterday to extend the old age and survivor benefits provisions of the Social Security act lo Ihe self-emnloycd and state and municipal employes. He snid the proposed law would nf.'cct about $9.000.000 self-employed persons In addition to hundreds [ of thousand* of slnte and mwit- I ctpal workers. It would cover doc^ | tors, farmers, insurance men, ! among others. j <"••!• ( : paid lh<! exppnsc of .social 1 security now fulls on many Individuals .no), .protected by the sy, r »m because in order to meet his shai'iy or the costs the businessman must boost his prices. 1 "No social security plan can be defended," he said, "thai benefits ! part of the people and excludes millions of others. Old 'age and Wr 1'a BRING US YOUR POULTRY! lilt-lies! Prices for all Hens. HoostiTS. IHuiHs mid (Ji' Save Thai Middleman's Prnllt. Our Trices Ouvurned by niarkel Vuliic Highway <il Nortli ' Phone 3702 W T DAWS . : • LAST -' . ••' Bits" gives your tractor up to 16% more \<:,\\ at L;e <ira.v,bar because tne p;iter.ted, connected trcr.:' :U/Tn »Uds extra traction btu: Icyglh ri^ht in the haart of the ;:uil- i-ag zone, whore i A counts moat. Thcro arc no brckcn'Var, v trcA-catching pocl.ets as in ordinary tii-cs. Connected' traction bars arc stronger, too, becaiv*. tiiey'rs :- : yio b-'ccd ,;: You gtt IOCS longx-i- Uead life and 14% str;r, a ov cord body WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING : 9x24 10x2413x24 '11x28 9x32 9x36 13x36 9x3810x38 SIZES IX STOCK: 10x23 11x36 11 x.38 ..;I1ARDAWAY W . H. PRASW The Best Today — Still Better Tomorrow ?01 West Main iUreel 9 ©«» ® ® , -™. ;—v—J STUMMING TABLEWARE, FOR YOU AND MOTHER'S OATS BENEFITS FOR YOUR PAM5LY5 Look at nil you ami your family K ct with a sir^lc premium package of famous Mother's Onts! Virst, it's the cereal Americans voted hest-tastmg because it's so creamy, nut-tasly, delicious' Second, it s the finest grain for building strong bodies and f, r |, t - jng fcstigne-oaimeal leads all other natural cereals i» rroti-in V.tanan B^I'ood-nnergy n,ul Vood-Iron! And third, you receive • a bcamifi-.l piece of tableware! Kvcry premium packacc will uld ',o your set Yes, .///these cMra ;;ood things are v«urs\>nlv when you buy Mothers Oats, America's most popular cereal (Vr genuine Mother s. Oats today! ' Oofs with Aluminum Wore Now Available Toot KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 -The Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ *oar (Source ol 1'K'i'HOLEUM Ktiniiidablo Service |»KOl)l)CTS Office UK lit Clierrj REAL ESTATE TOR SALE To iirosyecUva buyers we havo a select lift of houBos^linmoi—a|)ts. — bupi- ncs-es--acrcago and farms In ai:d around Blythevlllc. Wo help finance sales. Phono l. J. J. Field, Bonded Real Esutc Erol:cr. I Your feel will f t e| belter ( —stay belter if you hiive \ those shoes rcsolod \\rn\i- , erly at our Qualify Sh«i» Shop. Longer ivcar for less . iMoney! HALTERS QUALtTY SHOE SHOP 12) W. Main St WHERE DO YOU GO... * FOR HOUSEHOLD NEEDS * FOR AUTO ACCESSORIES * FOR GIFT ARTICLES You'll find that ;i quick trip to Ulan Heath Auto & Home Supply will give you the inside on lands & load;: of good merchandise you need at giveaway pricest SPECIALS THIS WEEK This week inaugurates our weekly .specials . , . ail going lo you us tulvcrUsed at absolute coat. Look at these and then buy at our wholesale price E J-;i£-('trIc SPACK IIKATKKS 55.35 up TAHLK LAMPS S2.CO up Fi.uuit ..... ui> i; $15.95 up iMAKK-Ul> KITH S3.CS up SERVING TKAYS $1.50 up Any aufi alt toys wii! he sold at absolute cost! Tricycles, wagons, scooters, dolls, table & chair sets and ninny other toys for young and old! iATH AUTO & '121 \V. Main Si. HOME SUPPLY IMionc S28 COME 1AY AID SEE- NEW 1947 I) 0 H C $ if \J if H Lt "JOB-RATED" TRUCK THE NEW 1947 I) A FS T C if \f if HJ Ll CUSTOM BUILT CONVERTIBLE COUPE THESE AND.MANY.MORE ARE ON OUR ''SHOWROOM FLOOR NOW DODGE, PLYMOUTH, DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS 217 So. Second St. Phone 422 You have wanted a place on the river to keep your boats and fishing equipment — SAFELY! You can have access to this very place in the coming months at Barfield Landing. Gas, Oii or anything you need for boating will be kept at the dock. Don't put off your planning an- other minute . . . (PREMIUM PACKAGE) CALL or WRITE J. C. ELLIS JR, Phono 614 Blythevillc, Ark.

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