The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 21, 1949
Page 7
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MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1 RLYTMEVII.I.K <ARIO COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN fAid' for Dixie's .abor Criticized Bowies' Proposal Of Northern Help Hit- by Southerners ATLANTA, Mnrcli 21. iiPi— Con- Vaicut's GOV. Cliestcr Bowles Ims rir:nvn a bari'iiHC of critcism atu Iscoin from Southern quarters will •his suggestion that Northerners lenc |a helping hand financially iu ov anizing Southern labor. Tn fac,t, there was onl^ r one per Ison who would Rive Bowles SUB |ge.stion a second look. Gov. Fuller Warren of Florid Isaid (lint "in some Soutliern slides I (he Bowles idea might be of "last I IDR benefit." However. Warren dl (not include bis own stale wher Ihe said "In most instances bus I ness, industry nd agriculture. I are paying adequate wages. I Most Southern governors eith I could not be reached for coin met | or declined to make statements. But Mississippi's Gov. Fieldh I Wright saw only a potential move I Bowles suggestion and challenK | the Coiincc-tieut governor "to cot to Mississippi and find a s\ve I shop." He said "it is sus'vc-lnd ill 1 Governor Bowles Is making ] for the presidency." Bowles, in making his proposal to i (he N'cw England Council, used I IIP | (elm "sweat shop" in reference to Southern industry. He suggested | that New England miiiht combat Southern competition by chipping in S5flf>,000 to help organize South -orn Irttwjr. particularly in (he tex- tilr industry. While Southern industry 1 looked with little favor on the proposal Southern labor leaders rejected the idea. They declared they wanted no financial outside help. Deported Author Soys Pact Is 'Step to War' BOSTON, March 21- -//Pi—Miss Anna Louise Strong, recently expelled from Russia on espionage charges, says the North Atlantic pact is "a step toward war." In her first public speech returning to this country. Miss StrollR last night proposed the drafting of. a pact embodying "disarmament proposals and the abandonment of atomic bombs." She contended Russia deported her because she was "a journalist seeking facts" and that "was considered espionage, by the Russians." The 63-year old author and former editor declared she "would defend this country" should It be attacked by the Soviet Union. She has appealed to Premier 'Stalin, through the State Department, for a review of her deportation. Welcome, Sweet Springtitrie, GreetJTheeWith—Oops! ^^^•I^H^H^^I^HBiBl^nT' ' . •**y^»« ..^u^iMMMi^ • ••'' 'mr iii.fidy^*iiri'M ;< * 67 Dell Students Make Honor Roll For 6-Week Period Someone told Artist John Sunley (the poor man's Salvador Dali) that Spring, 1049. arrives ofucially at S 49 p m KST March 20. That night, when he went to bed. he dreamed a dream of spring and nil it means ' In a stale of somnambulistic spring fever, he started sleep-walking. He walked over to his easel, picked up his brushes and— still fast asleep-started to paint. When he awoke next «;is leeiing at him Irom his easel Soon alter. Artist bunlcy was taken mvay by the man in the little while coat. morning the lantasy ab Spring Arrives Over Most of U.S. In Mild Manner airport and 2.5B inches In the heart Motor Club car followed Doriso of the city. vehicle for three miles. Every ha Tbe only rainfall reported today | signal was correct and every tr was light to locally heavy thunder tic regulation was observed. showers from eastern Nebraska southward into Texas. Skies were clear over most of the nation. According lo Superintendent A. K. Caldwell, in stiuleiils tn (he Bell schools were nmucd to (he six weeks honor roll. A tolal of 11 was named from (he fourth urudc uroup, for (he lai'yi'.sl representation on (he roll, while only one. Donuld U-c llarncs. was listed on Hie roll from the seventh crude, The roll Includes: I'MrsI griidc—Jlmmle Smith. I. R. Hiibtmnl. Hobv Joe Gall. Carolyn 11. Curl Morgan. Irene Gross, Marnaict Hussell. and lionnle Will- lams. Second grade—Dan Cooper, l.enn llbunta Undii Lou Simpson. Janet illj», Pntrlrln IVjilor, Slinnui minion. Diannc Cresn)>. Cnro- i Conk, nnd Shirley Dullard. Third urudc-.Shdby Dean llullor. i innnle I'cnter, Huh- itoiiKers. ank Sicilian, .lack W:i<le, Unda eyeless, Annie Thrasher, nml ' ill ley Hull. | Fourth — Koehler Blankenslilp. | cony Gill. Marlon Garner, I'nlsy ' urford, Francis Gurncv, Alice ' vims, UiMth (irons. Marie llollls. onna Gall Smith, unity Jane erklns, and Beverly Ann LJnvls. j Fifth—lluth rtoduer.s. Sylvia yais. Louise Shellon. Sue Bowns Sixth—I'eugy Jcuti Cnlvcrl. Maur- ii' Dobbs. I'nisy liny Onrrrll, hlrley Peterson. Ola Ray 't'wccdle IniKinH Whistle. T«l Jolniston. Noble GUI. Jr.. nnd A. G. Moody. iclh —Francis Dullard. Donnld larris nnd Hilly Max Oveiton. Ninth—Sully Tutc nnd Allen nny' Cook. 'J'cnth—ilanette Henderson and Chriry Sue Barnes. Klcvftitli—Elwyn Calrtwell. Clirls- llne Douljs, ilonnif Sheppnul, Kiln Mac Dlxon, Charley RulU Dlnnk- enshlp and Uclorh Mosley. Twelfth— Ann McDcnnott, Edna IVejilc.s, -Sam {{Arris,, and Mcllw Shelton. FBI ln»lrucl« IxathmiKks OCEANSIDE, Calif. (UP)— Lcalh- ernccks Rrc now training with 3|>c- clnl KHI Instruction here. Two Ma- ilue officers and eight enlisted mon "f the Camp pendclUm military police unit completed a Iwo-wcck course In police schooling conduct- cd by special agents of the fBl. The cour*e Included theft lriv««tl- gallon. sex offenses, laws of M*rch, seizure and anesl; court testimony, and methods of roadblocklng. There are 1,013 gas utility com- p'anlcs In the United Statts. COTTON -DPl-15- Thin seed IK first your from lucedcr, slate certified, deliuled nnrt treated. SOYBEANS R€CLEANED * Now is (lie time In luive your ^-ed sovheims f<iuipm*nt removes nil weed and trusli. Our tiesV modern SEED SOYBEANS FOR SALE Doyle Henderson SOYBEAN CO. Highway 61 South Phone 2860 Tcnclicr Knows His Stuff WATSEKA, IU. i U.P.I— Ralph ; Dodsoti, who teaches automobile , driving to a community high scool , class, practices what, he preaches- i He won a civic award for courte- ; ovis and safe driving. A Chiciiuo The University of Salamanca In Spain is ene of the oldest in Europe, having been founded in 1230. Miss Israel.5709 Meet "Miss Israel 5709." She's Evelyne Schreiber, 20, of New Vork, who is studying painting m Paris. The number, 5709, is the present year in the Jewish calendar. Evelyne was picked in Paris and will leave soon (or Tel Aviv, where sbe will sUr in a movie. Beware Coughs From Common Colds That HANG ON Cr«omul*innrelic\csptomptl) because it i;ocs right to ilic scat <if the trouble to help loosen and expel germ latJcn pliEc^m and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed hronchtal mucous membranes.Tell >oi]f(1n.i;pist to sc]| you A botile of Crcomtilsion Tvilfi :hc under^tandi'o.i: \mi mini like the \vay it quickl/allays the couph or \uii are to havi vour money hack. CREOMULSION for Coughs,ChestColds.Bronchil* Floor Furnaces E. C. Robinson Lumber S«« our big Spring Showing ol Frigldair* Home AppliuiK«i. 5«« oil lh» moetirn conv«ni«nc«l and leuturei yoj gel in America I "First Family" of latch «n and laundry appliancol. Learn'about theit FRIGIDAIRE appliance* R«frlg«ralar« • Electric Kangci • Automatic Wa«h»r • EUcMf. Water H«at«t» • Ettctrlc Clolh.i Dryer e Electric Ironer e Hem* Freez»r» e Electric DehumictiAer e Kllchen Cablneti and Sinkt. WANTED TO BUY GOVERNMENT LOANS Lloyd Stickmon SWEARENGEN BUILDING Blytheville Frigidaire De Lux* Electric Range Automatic Washer with Live-Waier Action Deluxe, 9 cu. ft. Frigidair* R«frigerator CHICAGO. Match 21 -Y/Pj—The arrival of Spring over most of the nation was in her most becoming manner. v Only New England and the mSddte Atlantic st,;\le.s were giving her an iinsensonal cold shoulder today. Everywhere else, temperatures \ ere up to normal at least and through- I out tnosl of the•middlewcst to the! gulf were well above those levels. There was some light snow In par Us of North Diikato and th« Rockies but the Weather Bureau -said tliat was not unusual there even in early spring. In New England, tbe mercury wns around 10 degrees or more below normal with Portland, Me., recording an early low of 15. The middle Atlantic states were only slightly under the seasonal readings. A small tornado accompanied the rrival of the new season yc.ster- iy at Melrose, N. M. The twister emolished a small frame garaRe the business section of the town, .re down power and telephone 'ics then whipped up n blinding ust storm. A drought of four and one-hatf lonths at Miami, Fla., was broken y a downpour of rain which ted six inches at tbe internationa Full-widlh Super-Freezer Cheit — full- widlhj glass-topped Hydrator — famoui Meter-Miier mechanism — many other ex- claiive advantagei. See ill Olher Medeli from 209.75 Only Frigidaire hai live -Wester action. Woshei clothet cleaner, rmiet them brighter in clenn water/ All-porcelain Inside and out. ' All-porcelain, Cook-Master Oven Clock Control, Even-Heat Oven, Triple-Duly Thsrmizer Deep-Well Cooker, many other features you should lee. Other Mo,del» From 154.75.^, Fiigidaire"Jiffy.llleas^ e Com* Inl S«* e Frigidalre e'emomTre- tupt, tablispoon* and ouncei — e most' lion and gtl a handy, uielul, 8 01. convc^icnl kitchen garfgal. It's FREE JIFFY MEASURE. lt'» morkid In pinli, dtiiing the Frigidaire Spring Showing. T TUBE'S the engine iVmt engineers call * 1 n "fuel's p;>r:ulise"—turns e;icli gul- lon of jS;\solinc into n flood of lively power. It's ihc famous liuick I'ircbnll— antl you ciin liaro it ittslallcil in four ilnick in less tliiin rno tlayil Cost is less than you'd believe—compares with n m»jor overhaul—but i( dives yon thrilling new-car performance! HoosUs tlic trade-in value, too. Time payments can be scheduled to keep the expense down to a few dollars each month, Langston-Wroten Co. I Walnut at Broadway Dial 555 for Service FREE REGISTRATION PRIZES! 1ST PRIZE—$18.05 Klcclric Hroilcr 2ND, 3RD, 4TH—Frigidaire Quicube Ice Tray, size No. L 5TH & OTH—Kuhhcrmaiil Uiingc Protector. Awarded At 8:30 P. M. March 26 • NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY • YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. INC. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Complete Service Department in Connection 206-08 W. Main Phone 2071

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