The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 15, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 15, 1947
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TWO (ARK.) COURIEK NBWB French Minister imism : ^Friendship Pacts •Soughh Between U. S., 'Britain and Russia 'By. JOSEPH w: CRIGG, Jr. (t : nltei! Frtss Staff Correspondent) PAKIS, Feb. 15.—Prime Minister Paiil riamadler, calling, for-a friendship pact, between'tlie United States hnd France, said today he saw no likelihood' of conflict between the WSEtern. and Soviet blocs. '•' Iix aij exclusive interview with the- United Press. France's 59-year- old .Socialist prime minister said the prospects for world peace appeared better than .at any time since the war. He ulso expressed hope Hint Hi its in. Fiance.and tile Soviet Union would issue a joint three-power declaration pledging their frieii(i : ship and mutual assistance . aft?!th-? conclusion of the'Anglo-French Alliance in the near future. Tlie head of France's latest uneasy coalition government received this id-respondent In the Matig- uon Palace used by French prime mlii-st"'!,?. Because of the acute fuel shortage, the office was barely lieatcti despite freezing weather. Asked about the possibility of a closer political relationship between th? United States and France. Ra- imdlsi' replied, "that doesn't <le- pcriel ois us alone, but we are ready to reach an understanding with the Unksd States for closer coop?ration with them as with other penca- lovmg coiuitries. The word 'nlll- ituce' Is not ft correct one. One FhaiiW speak rather of a friendship pact, and such a pact certainly is not. excluded from our political horizon. I do not believe the United States ever has signed nn actual alliance with atiy country but there would bi no difficulties on our side about n,friendship pact. " Ramadier said he did not believe n formal "three-cornered" British- Sovlet-French alliance would b3 possible, but added "one might hope the conclusion of the Anglo-French alliance'will be crowned by a Joint declaration of all three powers. This wosild be a decisive fact ror Europe and for European p?ace." TJamadler said he could see n imfrked easing of tsnslon between Soviet Russia and the Western P3*ers. "One.can say that at the moment there is n definite relnxation of tension and a desire for rapprochc- inejit. Russia'Is seeking closer relation'; with Britain,' with France, nnjt I am firmly"convinced that Cex- preiruer) > ,.l ; ?on ; :Blum's, recent ef- forGHJf•"London" for the conclusion of -cii-jinglo-French alliance will be ^successful. "Thus, bridges have been laid Valentine Program Presented in High School Auditorium MANHATTAN FINER Vocuum Packed COFFEE Cnn Ih 50= AMERICAN LADY CANNt-D FOODS .-•!.' ,Fovind at -RCKARD'S Phone 20-13 " Day's significance through the years was relived yesterday morning on the stage of tin- High fijhcol auditorium when tin' Student Council sponsored a uro- K'riim consisting of two specialties and six supporting nurr.bers. A KI- gantb Valentine formed the .'iacH- sround. A barber-shop quartet of students dressed In mustaches, canes, straw hats and striped pants, made 11!) 0! Jim H'nry, F:i'i-ma:> .Jernluan. Joe M:c 'Hester and C.irroll Evans, serenaded liDsensary Johnston with "Let 'Me Call You SweetnearV. O. G. Rcrimtm, in his early lUlh •ciitury wolf style', riurled off tlie r~lz:—Miss Johnston—as they sang "Honey." • After H. C. Alien had led the audience in "Long, Lou;; Ago." Jimmy Stafford, postman for the cccasbn, delivered cieelings to encJi of the clarses from the Student Ccunril. Recipients for the classes were 'Fat Burks. Don Peterson, Hiiiy Bob Elliott and Stewart C3ur- :cy "In the Gloaming" carried the elder members of the lUSdle-ncc b.u'k a few years us it WRS sum; oy a quartet made up of Jim Henry, Mary Ann Parks. Pauline Kiimsey. and R. c. Allen. They stood m front of a. huge rcrt and whit;valentine. Ameiica's classical Valentino es- st-y. "Hiis-'jand," '.van handled In a humorous manner by Tenth Seay after which Joan Trlo'schmaim -.-an •'• "Annie lnu:.e.' Miss Scuy s ret- and white ce.iidy-.stripucd lonnnll and Miss Tnesliruaim's reel-heart-' studded white dress ai,l bonnet enhanced the ntnios]>lu-re as did the grandiiiotlicr costume of Miss Johnston's in the last .specialty when N.incy parilow rend "Ore a I nrandmother's Valentine" just before Grandmother Johnston came through the opening the heart to sing "Love's Old Sweet Sonu" Jimmy Stafford concluded th" program by presenting gifts from each of the classes to Miss F{.isn M. Hardy, principal, she was required to sign for each, In lynic'U tele-gram fashion. Assisting In presenting ihe pro- between the WesT^dlnl^FrasT"^ latmns are drawn tighter and' no' conflict Is in sight. "Certainly, all the difficulties have not been ironed out and one cannot truthfully say all the mistrust lias gone. But there Is neither the prospect of a conflict nor the desire for conllict on cither side "' I Radio Clinic j j -130 W. Ash St. ' | Phone 855 or 2291 ." i WE i • PJCK UP and DELIVER j W. J. Pollard •INSURANCE Gfeococ Hotel Blclg. Phone 354i We stock and install precision-engineered International Truck parts-just like the originals in International Trucks. They fit and stand ttf>. That's •why they're your best bet-just as any service done in our shop is your best bet, because our skilled mechanics use International-Approved equipment for testing and service, and follow Inleniational- Approved methods and practices. So bring your trucks to us for parts and service that produce truck operating profits. DELTA IMPLEMENTS INCORPORATED INTERN ATIONAL griini wore Billlc Louise Oaine.s nnd Opal Sylvester, art committee; Jim Oiites, lighting; Njncy I'ur:- lov.', costume; Owen Harrison, Ocoruc Ijumb. Jordan Doss Hced- n:mi nnd Kameth IMiltt. stftKi- ;-ic.v; urn! Caldvvell, program :h:iirmiLn. MKi Wantia Bnrham was ac:o:r> |:anl',t for Ihe program and students were :is*iMcd by Miss Belle Hovel, M'SS Ulna H. Wilhelm anu Mrs. C.uo]jii Hi.-nry. SATURDAY, KUBKUARY 15, 1917 Manila Undertaking firm Moves to New Location . Meivlnit ol" Ihe ::uwnrd Unclcrlnk- tii2 Coni|)any of Mroilta to (lie llrsl door of tho new Masonic JUlUdiiiK there Is now imderwiiy. To occupy tlie entire first floor, lliu funeral homo will liave ;ill new fixtures iii:<l r<)iit|)inenL lnr,t:i!k'<! prior to its funnnl opening in tin; new location, to \>s announced imi-r, H. H. Howard,, owner, said. Ernest Webb", iissoclnlcel with Mr. Hownrel In Lcnchvllle lor tlie past three yenis. will be malinger of tlie Manila funeral home, siiccral- IIIK the late W. 1.. Thompson, who represented the Howard Umicilak- 1ns Company there for 20 years. Mr. Howard ulso announced tliat Monte Grimes of Manila, will Join tin 1 unclcrhikhii! coinjmny stair the first of next year. Gateway Service Sta. Builders of Guaranteed Generators and Starters Phone 983 J. O. Lenta Dub Sisemore Freedom-to-Work Measure Gets Committee 'Okay UTTl,K HOCK, Ark., Feb. '15. <IJP>— 'flit- House Labor Coinnilt- li'c- ye.stei day returned to llic House of Ueprest'iitatives n "do pass" rec- uiniiLendatlon on Henatc Bill 21 • the eniiWinn act oi Arkansas' frec- doni-iii-work nniendincnt. llnwi'Vi-r, the itroup recojiiinendcd that the bill be amended to ex- '.•oijjt employers ahd employes involved in Inter.state cfoninercc from its provision);. The ui'lfjinul bills, as introduced l.y Ken. 1C. J. Duller- of Forrest Cily. sut up pi-nallies for anyone ui!nt; union or non-union inem- bM'slilii :is nn excuse for refiisln r-.i.'iion v:as taken on the re- today, rind committee chair-' Ilenitslll Hngun of Scbaslltin j.trd ihiit the bill would he on the floor Tuesday. minority ijroup composed of Wills of Arkansas County Walker of Hcmpslead, and McDonald of Lafayette Coun- .-m-cl acalnst the amendment recommended tiiat the bill without cliange. NOTICE Notice Is hereby yivpn Hull K. V. Wnlls hus ninclp a|)]>llratlon to erect n iirelabrlcatcil wouclun building on the rciir of Lot Ten, Block Four o( the Chlciifjo Mill Kecor.d Addition to tlir> City of niyth«vli;c. Tills building is 1C' by 40' :md is to be us«i «>; a furiillure repair slioj). Any protest rJioiilel )JL- In wrlllni; ana iilcd In tlie office of llu; City Clerk. A 11. U. (lien 11. L) ty nn<[ pass Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Size T. L. MABRY 423 MISSOURI ,ST. I'll. 3R.J7 CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service v We liuv nnd Sell r;oon USED CARS : mil C)):iiiililln — l.ti Chamlilh Phone 2882 for a Taxi O. K. CAB l»ck Marsh. Owner FOR S A L E Concrete Cutvort Y?'o Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. , A. H. Webb Hwy. fil «t State Line IMKini- Ulytheville ?M Railroad & Ash Sts Phone 21P5 Be Sure! INJURE With FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY ins North Seronrt D3AL 2311 for Complete Protection CHAS. HITTNKR Sudden Pain Or Stiffness What Is It? ... it iiU\y Indicate n Rheumatic Condition—Monn- luln Valley Mineral Wntcr from America's Spa—has lir!|iert nl Hot Springs. Art:., anil nt HOME. We deliver direct In ynn. Order ynnr supply today. Free booklet r>n requrst. Call or Write for noiiklcl CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main anil nlvlsinn m.vllicvillc, Ark. JOE Cily Engineer. 2!15-22 KEAL KSTATi: FOR SAJ.K To ijrosp«ctive liuj^ra we liavo a select Hf.l of houses—hoiacs—apts. — buEl- iies;Gs —acreage and'faruja In and around IZlylUvlUe. We lielj> riuaitco tales. Vhone -3U4. J, J. Ficlit. Bonded Ktal KstHtc f#*if| ( STARTS RELIEF IN •^ * OUST6 SECONDS fl, L fumuui. I;(;R f.,r frtst » '''I'tl'i'^'nmdowi'uii-itu!,.'. I'J'V fy'Vr "miMioV in 45 X ™<*. .\?*'J!( Utiiitiun: '"!«! only COLD PREPARATIONS TACIEIS OR LIQUID Ti.J. M.rfc n./. NITED INSURANCt Finest Selection of OUALITY SOFA BEDS Awaits Your Choice FURNiTURE 113 East Main Phone Flowers - - For Every Occasion Telephone 491 and your order will be on it's way in record time. -Our Floral -Arrangements tell n complete story. I^ELOWERSROl F.T.!). Service We Deliver Anywhere Pli, 'iSl Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoe Bldg. CALL 2611... STOP AT 2611 Don't Hesitate to Ask for Free Service Listen—\Vc can wash your car in 30 minutes. We use Genuine Alcmile Grease to lubricate your car. Yes, we have Hie tires—Dayton — Hood — Goodyear. \Ve also have New lintterii's. .^"' ' /!*"' Ijf Standard ESSO Gas & Oils, Also Quaker State AUTO , SERVICE Phone 2G11 Second nnd Ash pis. FARM DIlShlES DITCH BANK LEVELING ;.•) -__ .... ...'.•• **•••» g-iygv^garfr-* w:.r-i • .: ';V. S. J.COHEN Contractor •. ' • » T*C ••-;•». • ..' "1* *» M»'i*VJ:t* .iSfa t-_vV* J*i'. V CONCRETE BUBUDING BLOCKS A!so CULVERTS 12 Iiictus up (0 48 Inches We ore Dealers for THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING GsceoSa liie & CyfverS Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. Yes, We Have New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! \VILI, TRADE FOR I.ATIJ MODELS " We have on display for Immediit,: iloliv<-ry—P,r:inil new ' 1—Pontip.c fi Convcvlihle Coupe 2—Pontiiic 8 Sccianctfos 1—191G Plymouth 2 Door 1—1.9.16 Plymouth ~> Passengei- Coupe Come In or pall, we wm try to lr:ulc with yon. Use Qur Easy Payment Plan. • ('him.. • 2H37 Or. Franklin or l( l Mnin St. FELIX A, CARNEY e> City Radio Repair 320 E. Main St. Radios and Appliances Phone 2407 Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wm. R, Overton -- county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years Phone Evenings — Rnal Hcmsc. I!ij; I.Hkc c 8<l, Roschind, Ark. TA.fELtEii 3UST V^EftSV! HE'S ONE V SOSH ')" TOOK (5UR. F1CIUHC- / Or THE MEN I TOLD I M.W.SHW. \ ^U<TU UICc Al.'rv-te v/iil fiaf\HT liiun / IT 1C YU.T- / 100 Lb. Sacks Cottonseed Hulls Cottonseed Meal Soybean Meal We Welcome Your Business One Sack or Truck Load So Highway 61 BlyHievilie, Ark. . WlTH MIS5 MJDRE I VOJ ABOUT WHO \ fW'^--i «> I.KS1.JE TURNEB % I NEVER Y 6bT VOi/KE GOIH3 1 ' SO HE CA.H ALSO IDENTIFY THiS AGAINST Hll.\ FOK NOW GiT Off DAD DOWN TO t HE THISPLftCE- / POLICE STMION-- BOTHCFVOtJ! Always Room for One U DOrt'T 5tE.t\ V.-^f'-.i-rr-. A Mi^D Cu.^Bi^^LJP rt-\v=. R0.2,-\. > ;if;--.',— - V tt-LW*."^. \Ll KV (M.I Keep Talkinf, Oscar foH.SURE.lCAN SPEAK FORV-* < NOPE..,A MAN MYSELF. GENERM_, BUT / OH. ! \ OP EXPLOSIVES.' r^.^~ OSCAU.HERE, BEIN' A /GEE...A \SOMEOFHIft ' — SCIENTIST, IS BETTER I MAN OF 1 BANG-DUST AT TALKIN' THAN ME, A X LETTERS!; 115 OUTA SIMPLE FIGHTING MAN 1 V / THIS WORLD! HY V T HA Ml IV AHH.' 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