The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 19, 1949
Page 7
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TUESDAY, APRIL 19, lfM3 BT,YTTTKVn,T,E (ARK.) COURTKR NEWS Pennsylvania Health Service Officials'" To Probe Cause of Death-Dealing Fog DONORA. Pa.. April 10—(/!')—All attempt was mntie yesterday to duplicate the industrial conditions that existed lust October when 22! persons diet! during n smothering I log. | Trie test—which fill Uc conducted in tilts western Pennsylvania mill town for 'our days—was arranged tit the reques' of the Webster Soc- clcty (or Betlci- I,lying. K'uny residents ol Webster—a community across the MouoiiKaheln River from Donors—said they were affected by last October's smog. U.S. Public Henlth Sen'ice officials said all smelters ol the Anieri can Steel and Wire Company's fjnc works will be operated riiirini! the four-riuy test. Stnolting opera- This is tions have been curtailed since lust fall. Federal an <i state authorities hn made a number of tests shire I iiayedy in an effort to tletivmi what sort of atmospheric conditici may have rau-sed the dciuUy s No positive conclusions have be re*ehcd yet. but the officials agreed that u lou'-hanginK fog was partly responsible for the smog. If weather conditions similar lo those of last October became evident, the authorities said, the test will be poMponcd. Coulter pine cones sometimes weigh more thai) four pounds ami measure 12 by six inches. WASHINGTON, April 19- The "three It's," instead of uei neglected, are ecttlnK more alt lion tlwn ever In the natiu schools. So the reports Willard E. (live executive secretary of the NntUi Kctucation Association. "The amount of time spenl toiiay's school on the three It's mine than four times us Kieat !i wa.s a hundred years a^o." tii ens saiij in the association's niuil report, Issued yestenlay. "The technics of te-rhini; the 'to MitjjiTts 'reading, wriiinK ad nrli mend are vustly improved. St dent.s who can advance rapidly a , {,'Jven Mit| ojiortunlty to do so. Sp ial iHKicnlties hampering the a Stage Show and Video Firm to Incorporate UTTJ.K JiOO'K. April j.J -,,!•,._ Southwestern Entertainment Knler- pnses. inc., of t'u • Smllh, ((led articles of incoiporallon yesterday. The linn, which Is authorised ;o conduct Kta>;e shows and radio and lelevhimi broailcn.vl.s'. Ksicil ailtlnu- l/ed slock at 101) shares ,u $100 each and $3,000 paid lo lnc(iipornt<)rs me Cietic \V. Dennis. 11. y. Nakdimcn and tl. l.Xirant, all o[ l''ort Snnih. vancc of some students are diagnosed and eliminated through uiiven's .speliin)!) instruction mljnstid (y Individual needs, The three It's are still (lip foundations of our .school studies. .Schools urc tenrhliiK tln'ni better than Iliey have been launlit." Children rend more bnoks. read more rapidly :,»I reiul icllh creater undei stanilliiK. Ciivens says. PAGE SEVEN Truman Congratulate* New Irish Government WASHINGTON. April 1» (,!•) _ Pie.suioul 'I'rumnn Joined yesterday In extending the nood wishes aiu) rongi'kitiilutknu of the American peopU. to the new Irish Republic whic'i wii.x proclaimed ye.Merduy. in a niessajjc to Eire prcaldml Bean ')'. O'Kelly. Mr. 'niiinan suld: "Oti the occasion of Ihc ciilerlnit Into t.nve ol (he Republic ol lie- Innn Ael. I send | () y<m (( n ( | to (lir lii.sli pio)ite. on bclmll ol IJie pe<ip)f of I lie United Stale* of America, .viiiccre r.mKl wishes for the continued wellnre and prcKiwrlty ol youi covnui v." The Untied Slates Senate has sat a.s u court of Impeachment 10 times since the formation of the American Constitution. Jlncienti J| ge Kentucky jjjk Now straight pip!] only Bourbon 5 years 4/5 QT. old... •miCHI IOUMOK WHISKEY M MOOf. ANCUNf AGE DIsnUINO CO..I«»NKfORt,Kr. Handls Your Heatth With Care When Sickness Strike*, See Your Doctor - » . And Remember Rothrock's For Prescriptions Phone 4451 ~f y • ~ " It s time to get your Beautyrest . . . and start enjoying 10 years (or more) of "Luxury Comfort" Different & Better' ^«a Special Beautyrest Showing this week. .. ALL STYLES ... SIZES ... and COLORS • It's been a long time since we could say "Bcautyrests are in stock you can choose your cover — we'll deliver now." The occasion is National Beautyrest Week. Be sure to attend this special showing—get the facts about Beaut) rest— and sec how easy we've made it iot you to enjoy this heavenly, restful comfort. There's nothing like it! ONLY SIMMONS MAKES BEAUTYREST Convenent Terms No olher rnnllreti lik* B«autyreil. S37 <oll» in separate muslin pocketi—«ach on« fr«e lo tup- port you in any sleeping position. Comfort cl«or to th» CKUSHPROOF Border, lool S«» what happ«nt in an ordinary mallrets. Springs ar« vi/irtd Togclbsr— they pull each other riown—your back »ag« with lh«m. Who* a difference! B.oulyrest coili ocl Mp«- raltly - give you nolurol, relaxing support In iny lUeping position. No sog». No hollow.. Hubbard & Son Furniture Phone 4409 Blythevilie See These Wonderful EAUTYRESTS In Our New Bedding Department We hove just completed this new department and want you to see it. We think you will agree that it is the MOST COMPLETE BEDDING DISPLAY THIS SIDE OF ST. LOUIS! €NC Beautyrest Mattress FREE! As an added inducement for you to see our display of bedding, we will give ONE BEAUTY- REST MATTRESS ABSOLUTELY FREE to someone who registers in our Bedding Department during this week. All you have to do is come in and sign your name, giving your address, and if you are the lucky one, we will deliver a NEW BEAUTYREST TO YOU ABSOLUTELY FREE. Come in ... bring your family ... let them all register. The more members of your family to register means the better chance to win the $59.50 Beautyrest. Buy A Beautyrest Mattress During National Bedding Week! .... and help your favorite salesman win first place. Special prizes will be awarded the leading sales person this week. It's the Race of the Year! There's K whale, of a race on amtnif our sales force. So make ymir purchase from jmir favorite sales person In (his group: Nancy Arlie George Mr. Caudle J oltn Max Dick- Wallace

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