The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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nun AY, AFRTL is, 1949 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEW! CAA to Improve Airports in State Hew Administration Building Proposed <Sf For Blytheville Blylhevillc Is among 00 locations In Arksnsas that will receive federal funds for airport construction or improvement, tile Civil Aeronautics Administration In Washington announced yesterday. A list showing a proposed $8.360.000 to be expended on the Arkansas airport, sites designated the federal aid In each case as requested, programmed or granted. Federal funds for use at the Mu nicipal Airport here are programmed, the report said. Thc.se funds, while not listed In the report, are scheduled to consist of $20,000 for construction of an administration building at the ah- port here. According to the imtional airport program being carried out by the CAA tinder (lie Federal Airpoit Act, the city rlso is to provide $20,000 for the building. Mayor Doyle Henderson said today (hat two CAA representatives from the Little Rock office will meet with the City Council Tuesday night to discuss the proposed administration building. Cocolalla Valley, northern Idaho, s only one mile wide and has a Mid rock floor. On Trial F fl I i])!>(n.k sl.>i edged ll.ink shorten the proleclor (above) the cheek Briton Studying To Gtt Data on Man JOKANNSBURO — </!>)— Wllliln the next two months, Professor D. M. Watson, porfessor of Zoology at University College, London, hopes to thvow more light on the origin of man by rstnblishlnfi Ihc age of South Africa's mau-npes. He hu.i Just Arrived here by air under Nuffteld Trust Brnnl, and broke hla journey at Nnirobl, Kenya, to study what he iCKflrds ns the forefathers of South Africa's mim-npes The East Afrlcnn finds are apc.s. he snys, and not num-npes. By his study of Dr. Robert Broom's finds in South Africa. Prof. WuLson hopes lo be able lo find out how they fit In with their East African nnces- tors und with all the other bin apes such as chhnpam.ees and gor- Illns. "The world's scientist. 1 , are very excited about the finds In South Africa," he says. "So fnr as we know (hey are the only inan-npes In the world, Ihe Pckliift specimen being more o( an upe-nuui. Mun linti and Rood bulls 20.00-21.50: some held higher ,vlth cutler raid common bulls 17.00-10.00; venlers 1.00 lower; spots ofl more In deep sorting; pood and choice vcalers largely 26.00-32.00; common nnd medium 21.00-25.00. orlglnuted somewhere In Afrlen and 1 hope to discover the «Ke of your mcin-ni>cs. In which the whole world Is interested." Jcnns derive their name from the city of Jean, Spanish town noted tor Its textile nuvnufiiclurc during the IGlh century. 4% HOME LOANS Klberl S. Johnson The Kquilablu l.il'o Assurance Soi'icly I'linnr 6«» Kv<MilllK» BABY CHICKS Healthy, Sturdy • Buy the Best • Master Mix Feed None Finer Lewis Poultry 419 Rust Main t'hone 3317 , ' tmwun WHTBT nma WK Jim WS/K Motherhood Made Easier; Consider the Child's View By Rutll Millctl rs'EA Staff Writer Gregory Staktopoulos, above, 39 former Greek Communist news paperman charged with th murder of American radio correspondent George Polk last Mny, is now on trial in Salonika, Greece. His 68-year-old mother, Anna, is also on trial as an accomplice in the case. Slak- topoillos is charged with being "finger man" for the murderers Motherhood Is considerably light- | en"d for mothers \vho: ! Haven't forgotten how to play, and can be companions to their children instead of being Just women who keep saying "No" to everything the children think up. Aren't unhappy if they can live by a strict schedule. Few mothers can. but it's .surprising how many of them feel frustrated because they can't. Don't liike your children's hurts, which are all a part of growing up, too keenly. It's one thing to understand what a child is cxperiencinp, and quite another to experience it right along will) him. Can put their children out of their minds when they do have the rare pleasure of leaving them in good care to go out and enjoy some grown-up fun. Some women feel guilty if they don't worry about their children constantly. Can accept their children for what they arc, instead of trying to make them meet some standard the mother has in her own mind. Don't try to live their lives through their children. The mother who counts on a child lo fulfill some ambition of her own, to almost sure Ui l>e disappointed. Don't mnul noise anil confusion too much A home where there are children lias its share of both, and if they nihkc a woman "nervous" she 15 in for some unhappy years. Don't kcop comparing their children with the children of their friends. Women who do are always unhappy it their offsprings are outshone in ally way. Enjoy each stage of childhood as it conie.s alcm^, instead of always thinking, "When they reach such at] age. eveiytiiing will be easier." For each age has il.s wonderful side, as well as its particular problems. Can learn from the experts, with- NATIONAl, STOCKYARDS. Ill April 15. I/!')— lUSDAl—Hogs li.OOO; uneven; barrows and gilts strong to mostly 25 higher than Thursday's aveuige; little change on weights under no Ibs; sows fully 25 or more iowet; bulk good anil choice 180-240 ll>s 10.00-25; top 19.25 freely, 250300 Ibs 18.0(1-79: few to 10.00; 140110 Ills 17.2S-18.50; 100-130 Ib pigs 13.50-17.00; largely 14.50 up; good sous 400 Ibs down 15.50-16.75; most- lv lli.SO down; over 400 Ibs 13.7515.25; slags 11.50-13.50. Oatlle 350: calves 450; meager receipts finding active Inquiry at strong lo unevenly higher prices; no steel's offered; odd lots medium and good heifers ami mixed butcher yearlings 22.00-24.50; odd head good cows 19.00-20.00; common and med- ; >.P.L. No. 15 DTTON SEED DeHnled, Treated And Sacked &$% Germination 1 Year from Slullon A TON OR A CARLOAD Also Good ALFALFA HAY For Snle Rogers & Gill 1, Ark. Phone 227 Frigidaire Electric Range • Hera or* delux* cooking fea- lur»i ol a low prk« ... A Frigid- air* EUclrlc Rang* Ilicil you'll b« proud to ownl , • Xadlantub* S-5pt«d Cooking Unltl • Twin-Unit, I»»n-H»at 0»n • Doublt-Duly Thtrmlitr Cookir • Klgh-Sptid Irollir • SlmpK-Malic Ovin Control • Lllttlm* forcddln Flnlih • Cooking-Top Lamp Tin Cool M,,11./ ^ulon.af.c Or.n Conlfol mof b« added ol iJfoM additional coil. MANY DELUXE MATURES) a, $219.75 (Others from 5154.16) ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. INC J. W. ADAMS, Manager Complete Service Department in Connection 206-08 W. Main Phone 2071 out, taking them so .seriously that rearing children is filled with Uic anxiety that springs from trying to fnUn'.v rules exactly. Moiticrhood is considerably ertsier for .such mothers, und childhood Ls easier for their children, too. REMEMBER EASTER GREETINGS •^ ^ A v **,--7«i' ^^c-ffaMf Sunday and Monday MPT" Hoiton's Home of Flowers I'iiu answer your every wish for floral gifls as wull as flowers lo wear. So visit our greenhouse and see (hem where they grow . . . choose the exatl flower you want. Our varied collection of Uuely Master flowers includes Easter Lilies liy the hundreds . . . blue am) pink Hydrangeas . • Hlcertinj; Hwirls . . . fancy leaf Cnlcidiunis • • Ucgimias and Geraniums. They're available either as separate plants or in made-nn boxes . . . or, of course, in lovely eut- flowcr bouquets. \Ve invite you lo talk wifh our designer, Mrs. Ann Rivers, for advice on corsages and bridal flowers. She offers many new suggestions which we know are sure lo pleane you. Don't Be Late ... Place Your Order Early HEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS Davis at Franklin Phone 51',) t IAUGH& until you've America's lavotile radio family... now m the screen.' = ,/WIUWM BENDIX IN ANSWER TO MANY REQUESTS, WE WILL AGAIN HOLD AN OPEN HOUSE This Coming Sunday from 1 until 10 Here In Blytheville 334 E. Missouri Showing Modern INTERIOR DECORATION »n IRVIIIG 88ECHER Ptoduclion ...» JAMES GLEASON • ROStMARYDeCW-BIUGOODWIN •BEULAHSONDI -MEG RANDAll-RICHARD IONG rV'DIGGER O'DELU' eC/l&i MJHIVERSHUNIERNHIONJL PICIURE oo Iti lil nia ite»."IHE lift OF RILtY" SPECIAL PARAMOUNT NEWS! The Body of Little KA'I'HY H1SCUS Hcing Hccovcrcd Krom Abandoned Well Tile 6-room house pictured alxwc was planned, constructed, nnd decorated in Us entirety by Ihc staff of the House of Charm. Although the home mny be considered for sale, the purpose of this Open House Is lo acquaint you with the accomplished decorating service which you may engage at, Uic House of Charm. In the harmonious blending of Ihc distinctive custom-built furniture (custom-built by the House of Channl. the exquisite drapery and upholstery fabrics, paint colors chosen from DEVOE's Library of Colors (a collection of 300 exciting shades), nnd the beautiful tile and hardwood floors . . , wp believe you'll find ideas to accent the beauty of your own home. The hours again ... 1 until 10 on Sunday, April nth. Cartoon Added HOUSE OF CHARM Jimmie Deal 2021 West Main Street Kemp Whisenhunt Telephone 4621

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