The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1949 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 23, 1949
Page 13
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, BLYTHEVTLLE <ARK.) COURIER PAGE THlkTEW lore U.S. Funds |For Roads Sought Mayors May Ask Twice Usual Share To Aid Traffic Burden WASHINGTON, March 23—(/!')— United Slates Conference of tlayors todny considered asking I Congress to help relieve the "traffic I chaos" of American cities by doubl- liiig their usual share o( federa: (highway funds. Maj. Gen. Phillip B. Fleming, fed- I eral works administrator, told the I mayors' anmial meeting thai the I 5613,000,000 authorized by Congres I since (he war tar cHy highways ( I only a "small fraction" of Ihc a 1 mount needed. Fleming urged the mayors to (lev etop broart patterns immediately for I the fast movement of motor trnfCic. I The existx ic £ °' such bUiprlnts. he I said, soon will be made a condition of federal aid. There is hope, tlic PWA administrator added, that Congress will provide "substantial" funds for slum clearance and the redevelopment."f city centers. Mrs. Ferreri After Acquittal Swept up in the firms of her father, George La'Jay, Sr.. Mis. Eliza belli FciTcri shakes the hand of Charles Fauci after the two were ac Such plans should he dovetailed ' quitted of the slaying of Mrs. Kermis;uul, Jerome, at Ixis Anxi'le; with the highway proKram. he said.' calif. Between the two defendants is Mr, Fcrri-iTs brother, ueoii; and the cities should move at once |, Ma) , Jr , A(1 Wlre])hcto , ?/ce, Soybean Acreages to Show Gains LITTLE ROCK. M»rch Z3-(,ri— Host Arkansas' farmeri will have heir hands full In taking cart of his year's crops. Unlike their brolhers of the soil •Isewhere In the tmllon. Arkansas [tinners hnve announced Ihcy plan :o harvest plenty of rice anil Soy nouns timing 1949. Hill they will follow the national trend and nit down on the planting { corn, oats «nd Imy. Miles McPeek. statistician for the U. S. Deportment of Asrlculturf here, suld today that fanners In the stale will plant approximate!) :i«7, OM acres hi rlcr this year This l.s about a two per cent hi- crcnse over 1948 planting. About 328,000 acres of soybeans will be planted Ibis year, a five per cent Increase over last yrar. Mcl'eck said 10-19 corn production would be at Its lowest in yenrs. Approximately 1.149.000 seres of farm lauds will be planted in coin. This Is nine per cent bflow the 1948 harvest. ! Oal.s wlU be down 10 per ernt and ; hav nme tier cent. C"ttmt is tint tnrhuleil in the pii'M'iu plnntiiiR report. to acquire the necessary hind. Awaiting action before the con-1 fcrcncc's resolutions committee.', cent" ol next year's S450.000.000 highway-aid funds for city use. Only 25 percent now Is set aside ^or city routes. An increase would mean that less money would be available in the year starting July 1 for highways between cities find for secondary rural routes. leicm-es resolutions committee, .j, . LI .. ., , _ . . .. headed by Mayor William E. Kctin>'" est ""empnion Named > Primping IS a Must of Kansas city, is n demand that j To Election Commission \ With Oklahoma Police Congress earmark "at least 50 per- LITTLE ROCK. March 23- i.Tj John cooper of west Memphis has been appointed a member of the Crittendcn Comity Election mission. The appointment was the first made under initiated Act. No. 3 passed at last November's general election. Governor McMatli said he'd "promised those boys to appoint a coin- "Spring Has Sprung" — Beer Cut to a Nickel NEW YORK. Marc'l 23. ,/!')— A seven-ounce glass of beer Tor a nickel is packing in Ihc customers at R downtown neighborhood cafe. And it's cause wonderment anioin; the neighbors — many of whom never had seen a beer sell for less than a dime. The glad tidings Monday at Sam's Bar 19 St. Marks place. I.. J, OKLAHOMA CITY, March M.— P>—If Oklahoma City poluemen do little primping from now on. Com-i you've got to excuse them. | It'* orders from Chief iSmuky) Hllbcrt. They were startled Monday to find a full length boudoir mirror in their recreation room. Says the sign: "Tliis man represents Oklahoma your shirt clean? Are your pio.sscd? " missioncr for the April (municipal) City. Keep your cap <>n straight Is election.' He summoned the State Election Board set up under Aci 3 to mt\ke ons^'rihe'UrnorsecSy;''^ Chc °P ^nywoy or state, attorney general and state chairmen of the democratic and republican parlies. PASADENA. Calif.. March — Mrs. Lou iso Hoockcr. unsi r.indidnte for city director, Mrs. frro/ Flynn Wants To Marry Dick Hcrymes HOLLYWOOD, March 23. Tin- esdnriRed wife of actor Kirol Flynn .says she hopes to marry crooner Dick Ilaymes soon. "I don't know when wo will \tr married," Mrs. Norn TM Flvnn said Monday night. "We arc not in a position to make definite plans yet. Ol course, I hop* it will be sfiun." Two jft'tidhj" divorces .stniul In the way Mrs. Plynn says she doesn't know when she will RO to Las Venus. Ncv., to establish n six- week residence for divorce. Siu^er Hnymcs' wife. Actress Jo- inine Dru. started divorce proceedings ln^t Jan. 17. They have three children, I County commissions, under the : , llls s t nlcmE1 ,i o f 'campaign expen- WAUT IID VAI1H were posted ! new act. consist of comity chairmen SK with the citv clerk: VlHIlL UI lUUK r and Grill,'to the two parties plus one member i "One hat lost in ring--M cmts " • W *i II : natned l)y the state board. "Happy days arc here again" and : _ "Spring is here and so is five-cent i Sentries, Dogs to Guard beer." the S i B ns said Grayeyards of Berlin Explaining the price cut, proprietor Sam Atkins said: "I tig- ured H was time somebody started a five-cent beer." He said he could "get along" if he sold ten half-barrels a week, with /ree beers. Two cents sales tnx lor hut- Total--Gl cents." n roved Gold teeth nnd Jewelry from" ihe bodies. Read Courier News Want Ads. BERLIN. March 23. (AP)—Her- 1 liu authorities are reported consid- ; erinR a plan to install permanent sentries and police riosj-s in eemc- . tcrie.s to prevent grave robbing. '. The Bi newspaper • Tclegraf said 56 graves had been ' robbed In the western sectors in the last seven months. The ghoul? re- Qulck t Long-Lasting "" HEADACHE Relief Witkoal C.lonel —And Yo.'ll Jump Out Bed in Ike MorniBf KtrU' t« G» The live/ ihould pour out *boul 2 ptntji of til « )UI« lotn your lie »•?!» every d.j-. 11 Ihi. in]* 1 n not nnwmx Ircoly, your lociii mav nnt ciisf.t It may Just dec«y in the l«»r!i."rhrn Ka, hl.»ti up yui.r - stiiiali-d. ^ ou feel »our, »UDk [ouks punk. It t.t™ tho« mil,!, frailo CM,,; I.illl, l.iver Jitli Cu g«[ ll,,j. 2 jiinli of In!. II,,,i_i,a ;'uji .„,! Ui ,." f.rt " |> p » ck»* today. Kdcctlvt In *"• A " k ( ° r c »rt« p Make compretslon t*it Cltan and adjust carburetor Clean and chack fuel pump Your Fold Deltn invilu }^j )» lillm to Iht Sho», Soni!,, f»i»,«|t -N8C MKoik. lilln lo IM Fonl Hulir. f,it,i tlinhn-CII illn lo IM Fonl Hulir. f,it,i tlinhn-CII «il«oik. Sti »o»r r.>.,p lp ,, l» limi »1 ttil.on. Ford dealers know Fords best! PHILLIPSMOTOR CO Walnut at Broadway EVERYTHING FO1 SPRING-FRESH WINDOWS Sale Priced! FILMY CELANESE RAYON f ANILS 33" x 78" . . . REGULARLY 9«c Clo)«-\vovan L.0ionr>i« royon mar- f laruJsoinely loiloi ad hamj; rod pocl'el lieodingi. 41" x Bl" Six. R.g. K49 1.27 righl icriin i«li f«ofur* itrciwb«rry print lops in r«d or gr««nl SHEER MARQUISETTE PRISCIUAS EA. SIDE 34" x 81" REG. I.9S firmly woven for a well fmiilied lab- ilcl Combed coMon yornt ar» m«r- corusd lor ilranpllil 4" rulP«d Irim XX" x 90" 5!i« Rug. 2.?8 2.64 DECORATOR FABRICS REO. 9lc Chooie a lovaly florol on ilurdy cot Ion IwiU ... or a iplothy lea( d on abbU t«xlor«d «ollonl 36"wid«. Stunning pa(t«fns on firm, h#avy pr»* ifuuolcotton inabroken-twIUwtavil luy your b««U1n| n>»4i Jw*»t REGULAR 39.951 231-COIL INNERSPRING MATTRESS REDUCED! On Terms, 10% Down, fialonc* Monthly Chock lh» many comforl (»otur«j o! this fine-quality VIG-O-REST ... buy now during Words great sale, and save dollars morel 231 springy Premier Wir§ coils'— co/»fully loilorad pr»-buill boidtr with inntr-roll <dg«t, h»nvief Ion and while woven-slrips lickingl REO. 34.95 INNERSPRING REDUCED! Regular 59.95 Sofa Bed R«duc»df Compar* lhes« leolufes—180 Yin- miar Wire coils—oil-now tailed col- ton upholstery—iog-resisling outer- o/iT.rmi,)0%Down, roll «dg«il Reduced (or this solo I Bctonc« MonlMy A line doub!e-dury bed—economy priced! Open-arm iryU, wilri rich Walnut-Tinished hardwood New "homespun" uphotsliry. HERE'S WHAT WE DOl Clean and tpac* tpark plugt Complvtet/ check Ignition i/item Adjutt fan bait Tighten all hate CQnnectieni Check water pumpi Check radiator and coollne, iy>te AT THIS LOW PRICE Phone 4453

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