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April 4, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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: THURSDAY, -APRIL 4, 1910 BLYTHKVIU,E'(ARK.) COURIER NEWS South's Growth Tops The Nation Pooling of Research Described as Ansv/cr To South's Progress Courts-Martial Investigation May Be Made The embarrassed committee asked the Senate if it could withdraw the list. a"d oil February 13, the Jist was retnrned. The committee is still holding il pending further word from Llchfleld, Sen. Edwin C. Johnson. D.. Colo..'] ranking committee member, said \ however that llw committee could- | r-rKn-ioiisM-.*-.! ... ... ' •» formal Investigation of the- Army <m i 17?^ • r '!' A !' r ," 4 'courts-martial at the Llclifleld. <W i-Mobilr/alion of incltistnal re-, England, replacement depot, search has boosted manufacturing | Sentiment for a full-Scale Sen- -rowih In the Southeast to n rale- ale investigation Mas growing as ixeeeiung thiil of the nation us n Ute Amiy annouucixl that Gen. whole John Pi-ems. director of uwig i u D . Eisenhower Had request - ihe Commerce Department of the Pd u. Gen. Joseph T. McNarney, 'IVniiessec Valley Authority, said yesterday, The fourfold activity of the public agencies in the Southeast and Ihe new Icclinique of "drawing all their research together and focusing it on . the solution of specific industrial problems," was described by Ferris al the concluding session of tlie three-day spring meeting of the American Society of Mechanical En- ftineers here. "The first step," he paid, "is assembling information on available resources; second is the technical research on use of these resources; third is the identifying of persons with the initiative to use the available opportunities: and finally, cooperation with these persons toward the use of these resources with profit." Using the development of the fro- ran food industry in the Southeast as an example, Ferris said the economic investigation by the University of Tennessee and the TVA resulted in (he establishment of six trmen food plants in the Tennessee Valley and the solution of .Ihe marketing problems of the strawberry growers who had faced a "dlscour- agingly Ilucluating price on the fresh market." "These plants represent a total investment of $-100.000 and have a capacity of 10.000,000 pounds of fro- •/cn foods annually, with a sale;value of some S2.000.000 a year- " he said. "The Southeast has for decades been an under-industrialized region of the nation, but there is an increasing awareness that satisfactory income and living standards in the Southeast can be achieved only if, - in addition lo agricultural deve'lop- . mem. there is also a sound and accelerating industrialization." His figures revealed that between 1933 and 1939. the value of manufactured products increased 08 pel- cent in the 122 counties of the Tennessee Valley watershed, in the United States as a whole, the increase during the same years wfls 53.7 per cent. R. Brooks Taylor, chief of the regional products research division of the TVA, told the group that manufacturing of lomiuated lumber from, cull timber, now being done experimentally in a pilot plant of the TVA. will provide a moans to help restore the depleted forests of the nation to-a sustained yield. -"Good forest management has nol been, practiced because it has not been (possible -to do so and stay in business," Taylor said. "Since "cull trees and logs cannot be removed European Theater commander, to furnish him with full details. Committee members first entered Trucking Firm's Permit Hearing Continued Today l.rril.i-; IfOCHC, Alk., April 4, lU.l'.i -.,\ lii>;ivlui; on the appllcn- llon <>I Columbia 'ji'unsport Co,. Ilk-, of si. l.oni-s, foi 1 pmuissipn to Inuil ttoiglit uiul iimll IKTOSS Aik- ni)s:i-, in coiijnucl'.on wilh the Liclifield picture last February | when they sent the Senate " list of 349 lieutenant colonels for pro- I motion to, colonel. Among them was seems like drastic action to hold up the promotions without having some facts to go on." Sen. .Styles llrldges. n., N. II.. said lie thought the committee "could well look Inlo the LichlieUI trials." ' '•I think we should make an inquiry into the whole conduct of Hint camp," llrldges said. "1 think that in view of all the siorles of brutality which have been aired in the papers the American people have a right to hnvc the facts Col. James A. Klllian, camp commander, *-ho was indicted this week for complicity in alleged urn tality at ihe camp. tit ft profit, it is apparent that a method oi" converting such timber into profitable commodities will go far toward the establishment of the practice of sustained yield forestry." America must look to her engineers and scientists for nn answer to the problem of the niomlc bomb and its threat to civilisation. Dr. William G. Pollard, professor o' physics at the University of Tennessee, told the eavly meeting of the society. brought out by our committee." The tfala were the outgrowth of charges thtu guards at the <U'- IKjt brutally beat and injured American prisoners under disciplinary arrest. Former government prosecutor Capt. Eiirl J. Carroll resigned yesterday after charging that the Liclifield rourts-maltinl were !)(•- ing conducted us a whitewash of high-ranking officers who nave ihe originnl orders under which the soldiers were mistreated. :-jrn k In of til (In- should ra ilroad tin Railroad was con- tudny before the Public rommtsston. tstenlav's session, niemui'i's Commission siLggi'&lc.tl [Iml king lave I lu- firnrs aijplicu'liou liern mnde by the the applicant for « certiricut* (is a common carrier and the tnms- poii tompany for n eertlflcat* as i u i-oulnu'i currier. At least, he said, the two companies should 1 file Joint applications. The proposal was opposed J)}' 43 motor freight lines, Interventions were filed by thi> Missouri Pacific, the Greater UUIe «<>ck Chamber of Commerce, and the Suullnvestern Ti'iuisportntloii Co, of Texas. : Although-. Wine explained thnt lie made his suyyestlon eoncernhiii the manner of nrcscniing the'iip- plieatlon so the transport company would be saved the exp*'ns*.s oV brln>;!ni< in wiliiesses, the ooni- pany tleelrteil lo contljiue present- Ing Us tesllmony t«luy FACE THREE The Carribbean Sea. not the Clulf Stream, tempers the climate ol Florida. Head courier News Waul Ads. IN APPRECIATION . . . I wanf to thank my friends for their loyal patronage during the years I have been asso- ciated with Acton Printing Co. It was a pleasure to do business with all of you and I hope to continue these relations in the future as I plan to remain in Blythcville. Mrs. Myrtle H. Acton Former owner Acton Printing Co. HOMK ADKESS: '''"'' ] 1M West Ash Street. Wailing For.. The NEW "BUICK" It's "Big" It's "Beautiful' It's "BUICK" Let Our Service Department Make Your Old Car Safe to Drive! • We Have a new machine to Recondition Brake Drums • A Complete Line of Parts to Overhaul Front End • A Full Service to SUMMERIZE Your Car. Phone fif).'! Langston-Wroten Co. Buick Authorized Sales and Service MOB ILG AS U. S. TIRES 24 Hour Service Walnut & Broadway an Charles C. Wine raised lion of whether the- Mis- eifie should not have been Read Courier News ^"anl Ad». Arkansas State Selects Edens For President JONKfiHOIlO, Alk , April ^. (UP! —Arkansas Suite College here luul a new president today after a meet- Ing of the Aboard of trusteed yc.stei- day with Oov. Hen l.ancy. Dr. William J. Kdens, 40-year- old head of the Department of Ag- rlcultiiriil Economic.-, at Mississippi S<ule . Collem- ill Slarkvllle. wuu elected to suc-coccl Ilorui'c Thomp- M)ii who resigned Just year to become U, S. Internal revenue eollec- lor ill Ultlc Rock. tlmillnx Halt: 1M SUNCOOK, N. H, (UP)-If you're hard-pressed by ttic lipgslin shortage, there's u cw.y dwelling In Suncook waltliiu for new occnpanU. It's tb* 15-ye«r-oU ~, with six ceil; reAly Wbt eotwertwi ' . . that might nerve nl<*lr- *» » room. : f To Permit Alterat ions The EAGLE Beauty School and Shop Will he CLOSED All Day MONDAY AND TUESDAY April 8 ond 9 CASH BSytheville's Food Headquarters PUnc 2763 501 West Main Street DRESSING Acme Brand Quart Jar 55c Pevely or Pet •i SlilAll IIr C Tall lu u Customer Small Large SCandtOc Pure Cane 5 Pounds 35c 10 Pounds 69c Ladoga Brand Cream Style No. 2 Can 1 Pride of IHinois No. 1 2V2 Cans 19c Old Judge/ Canova Folger's, Louisiana Maxwell .House 1 Lb. Glass Jar 32c Maxwell House ,; .. „, ._ Tender Leaf 4 LbPk 9" 27c '' McCormick . Yi Lb. No. 2 Can A DELICIOUS HOT DRINK B.V. ..... JarISc BACON SKINS . . Lb.lQc SALT FAT BACKS . Lb.ISc SUGAR CURED BOSTON BUTTS Lb.39c 'MIXED SAUSAGE' . . . Lb.1fc j_ __ _^ ' • ' STAR BRAND BLUE CHEESE . . Lb.69c FRESH SLICED BEEF LIVER . . . Lb.29c CANNED SPICED LUNCHEON.. Lb. 49c FRESH PORK SLICED SIDE MEAT . . . ,Lb.35c PURE ALL MEAT PORK SAUSAGE . . Lb.BSc ALL MEAT WIENERS . . . Lb.39c ALL MEAT BOLOGNA . . . Lb.29c CRISCO 1 Lb. Glass Jar 25c BEANS 1 Lb. .Cellophane Bags Pinto, Baby Lima, Great Northern Lb.12c PAPER NAPKINS SWAN 80 Napkins to the Box for IQc PRESERVES PURE Peach, Apricot, Pineapple, Grape—16 oz. Jar 39c DRIED FRUIT Prunes Peaches Peas Apricot Apples . Ib. 16c Ib. 37c Ib. 45c Ib. 45c Ib. 52c RONCO Pure Egg NOODLES 6 oz. Cellophane Pkg. lOc Here are some of the many items that we nave-—. Our Birds Eye Frozen food Line, Peaches, Apricots and Rhubarb, Cut Corn, Wax Beans, Green Beans, Mixed Vegetables, Asparagus Spears,; Broccoli, Cauliflower, Okra, Pumpkin Pie Mix, Oven Baked Beans, Salad Vegetable with bean sprouts, Turnip Greens, Green Peas, Chicken a la King, and Oysters. SHORTENING White Ribbon 4 Lb. Carton POST TOASTIES ?. 6 ox. box. oi. box. . 78 oz. box 6c 70c J3c C \ IP A 0 ^- on ' ec *' oner y or O'a* Fashioned jUUAK Brown; / Lb. Package DUZ I box Duz, I can Cfeanser to a customer; off tor SWEET SHI6LEYS BEST FLOUR 25 pound bag $4.15 MEAL Aunt Jemima 1 Pound Box 10c RICE Blue Rose 5 Lbs. STRAWBERRIES Fresh La. Box LETTUCE Large Crispy Heads LEMONS Sun-Kist 432 Size Doz. GREENS Home Grown, Mustard and Turnip, Bunch IOC ORANGES Flo. 176 Size, Full Juice Dozen CARROTS Crispy Bunch 6k CELERY Jumbo Bunch Stalks 10c TOMATOES Slicing Quality Lb. 28c RADISHES Home Grown • Large Bunches 10c GREEN ONIONS Garde* Fresh Bmtck

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