The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 10, 1946
Page 7
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FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAOB Two States Push Waterways Bids Oklahoma Governor Backs Effort to Get Navigation to Tulsa. WASHINGTON, May 10. (UP) — Oov. Robert S. Kerr of Oklahoma yesterday said construction of the proposed (435,000,000 canalization project for the Arkansas River and Its tributaries would help develop the region as an abode for severs million more prosperous people. He told the House Rivers and Harbors Committee that the State.s covered by the proposed project,— Oklahoma and Arkansas—have al ways been and arc now undcnxJju lated. "Here are' homes lor several million more prosperous people," Kcr contended, "if our water and lam resources can be developed aiv controlled.". Kcrr said that navigation com prises the principal part ofthepla of improvement for the waterwa and would provide greater bene fit lo tli c area. Kerr said that the Arkansa River today is the only major tri biliary of the Mississippi Rive system which has never receive a cent for modern navigation its waters. Sen. William J. Pulbrlght, D., Ark., said it was urgent that the house act on the project soon. DO the Senate might have time to pass on H before it recessed for the summer. Rep. Brooks Hays, D., Ark., said he -fas tremendously interested in the project. The river and for that reason urged immediate action . by the committee. Appearing before the group Burlier, Governor Ben Laney said that the people of the Arkansas River Valley wye firm in their belief that the proposed $435.000,000 project affecting the river in Arkansas and Oklahoma would be wise. >•• "I am in full accord with army engineer's report on this plan." he said. "There is no question as to Hie advantages which would accrue to the people of my section of the country as well as the nation as a whole. Texas tyomen Urge 0PA Extension Greater Food Supply Needed For Europeans Death Blow to Nan's Dealt, Doenifz Soys, by Allies Use of Radar Three Texas beauties further the CRUSC of OPA with thl* novel sign designed for Senator W. Leo ODoniel, senator from Ttx»s. The letter OPA are made out of biscuits and the sign which the girls arc carrying, reads: "Pass The Biscuits Pappy or We'll Pass You." Tile girls arc: L-R: Mis. Beverly Tucker of San Angelo, Texas; 'Mrs. Lawrence G. Westhrook of San Angelo. Texas; anit Mrs. Evelyn Williamson of s<m Antonio, Texas. (NBA Telcphoto.) WASHINGTON. MHV 10. lUl'l — UNRRA Director FloVollo H, Ln- Gvmnlln said today that if nations which linvc food shaved It fuli'ly with "liuvc not" countries there would be enoUKh for everybody lo. stay a live. | As It is. LnOunrilln said, niUlions , of Europeans nixl Asiatics will bo living from hand to month, from ship to shl]!, «fter June 1 becatiM' the food exporting nations have | fallen down on their promises io lie destitute peoples ot the worl.J. Pood shipments reaching hunger areas In June, he said, will be at a "catastroplilcally low level." linCiiiimltu (old the «-n«tlon UNRRA council thnt the food shortage renllv would begin to pinch this month when the daily bread J ration of millions ot Kuro' would hiivc to IK cut from 200 grams (o ICO or less because tin' wheat simply wasn't avnllnblc. "UNUHA does not ask . . . any more Ihnn an cnultitblo sharo o[ available food supplies." he snld. "Given this, tltn director Is convinced It would lie. possible to prevent starvation in Europe durliiK the crucial' spring and summer months. Tho existing level of rations in many cnnntrles clearly indicates that distribution is not on nn equitable basis. NURRNBRHO, Mny 10. (U.P.l — Ciinnil A'lmlrnl Knrl Dofiilt?, will Itxlny (lint lh c Alllwl use of i'R- (Inr lilt [lie Nnr.l siibninriiie fleet "like nn I'lllrptlc stroko" In July, 42. whon Ihu Gerinnns were on thd vnrge of winning the b*ttl« of tho AUantlc. IX>cnll(, former (Ubmuine eom- inmidcr nnd Adolf Kltkr'i rucces- tor n» lieail ot lh« O*rm«n ( iiiciit, tcsliricd before' the War Crlnicn courl 1n.hU own d«f«i»e. Ho Mild Clernmn lUbmarlne lo»n- c-s jumped 300 I*T cent when allied plane* began using r«d»r In the linttlo of the Atlintic. Noxt lo thc> atom txxnb, Dovnltz »ld, r»Ant At the start of the wnr In 19'J!i the longest range of a plane wa'i 1,500 miles, but soon aft«r the oc- cniiatlon of Japun (i B-29 -Super • fortress flew 8.108 miles non-stop from Guam to Washington. . Grider News Lieut. Conidr. and Mrs. F. P. Jacobs Jr., arrived Tuesday night to visit Commander Jacobs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Jacobs, at "Windover Terrace." They arc en route from California to Washington. D. C.. where he is bfiing transferred. Before their marriage several months ago Mrs. .Tacob$ was Miss Betty Jcuu Claffcy of Memphis. Head courier News Want Ads.' CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Studebaker Service WE BUY. AND SELL GOOD USED CARS Lex Chamblin - Kill Chamblin Phone 2195 Railroad & Ash Stw. FRESH DRESSED DAILY FRYERS CUT UP Buj the entire Fowl or Just the Pieces You Want Ask.-tls for.Our FRESH infertile. Yard : Garden-Fresh Produce Received Daily We Stock a Wide Variety of Pickles, Olives, Jams, Jellies Cuts ACDADAPIIO A " Green and Sjx-ar* HOrllllllUUO All While SPEARS The Variety Grocery—Cnroe and Se« Pickard's Gro. & Market Phone 2043 1044 Chickasawba Are. SINCLAIR Changes Agents! TOLER B. BUCHANAN, a returned Blytheville veteran, is now representing SINCLAIR in Blytheville and the surrounding territory and will handle All Sinclair Products The Sinclair high standard of service will be strictly maintained under the hew management and a phone call will bring a Quick response to your Needs. I am at Your Service! TOLER B. BUCHANAN Sinclair Agent ' FRISCO YARDS BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Note the New Phone Number 876 Need 24-hr. Service TAXI!! Call Bonded and Insured Bill Wunderlich NOTICE! RESIDENTS OF ARKANSAS! BOYETT DDT Spraying Co. .* IS1 NOW ^EQUIPPED TO SERVE YOU 'Due lo the fact U Is twice as hurt! for a veteran of World War II to go into business as it Is fnr any other person, I am just ujitJiinji fur husi- • . •- ness and would appreciate your patronage. I have secured the best in I)I>T insecticide powder and liquid. It is the same type we used , in the European theatre of war and also beinj; - used in ihe Pacific theatre of operations by nur armed forces to combat insects. This type of 1>DT is now beinjr used by the government on farms. , > I am equipped to spray or dust anything you wish (o be dusted or sprayed, especially homes, business places, gardens, barns, chicken coops, shrubbery, ditches and nuthouses. I am also proud to announce that I have veterans working for mr, who have just been discharged from the Army. Why Pay More Than Necessary Co Get Your Property Cleaned of Pesty Insects? Call 36*2 today and 1 will com* or send a representative to see you and plve you an estimate on your property to be sprayed. Geo. (Buddy) Boyett, Owner Office Temporarily Located at 111 K. Vine SI. Phone 3602 . Farm Ditches and DITCH BANK LEVELING FREE Estimate! S. J. Cohen (o. EN«INKKRS — CONTRACTORS Phone 3646 or 2525 Room 30, Lynch Bldg., Blytheville, Ark. very th» matt d*cUv» tUlcd <Js»coot the enlln war. ' RMd Courttr MVB W«B» Ada. tefa, and '»nUnr« f utut* , for USED CARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Coiling plus your extra equipment. If yon are jroinic to keep your present far let uft* you an estimate on reconditioning your motor, body and painting. Credit termH ran he arranged. Tires, Tube* add auto nml home radios for sale, Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmobile Mast Alain St. CMC Trucks Phone 519 HAYS IMPLEMENT CO. ' M* B. Mmfa, BlrllWTtlto, Art, PhMM MM ' . SALES AND SERVICE OF J. I. CASE EQUIPMENT Received a shipment o< CASE HAMMER FEED MILLS 8 Inch $105; 10 Inch $129.50 SATURDAY BAKERY SPECIALS Beautifully Decorated MOTHER'S DAY CAKES 75* and $1.50 ••* Don't Say Bread Say HART'S Bread »«»•*•»«»•»•>•••% . For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 HART'S BAKERY lUythevilte Owned — Employing Blytheville People CAN WATER AID IN KIDNEY-BLADDER DISORDERS? We Also Ml Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt for Fills LARKIM SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. K. M. Ijrkln — — —: Hlkn EMERSON ATTIC FANS » Are Available Again AT PLANTER'S " i HARDWARE CO., INC. YES— If If* Mountain Valley Mineral W^teri the famous mineral water from HOT SPRINGS, ARK. MOUNTAIN VALLEY — HELPS Stimulate Kidney Action — Booth* Bladder Irritation— Combat Uric Acidity CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blythevine, Ark. Is It Out of Order? • Our mechanics are Not Factory Trained—but They are GOOD! • Their work is GUARANTEED! • Their Prices are REASONABLE! • They are well equipped to dr> Light Repair Work on any make of Car or Truck! j • They Guarantee lo SATISFY! NEWT SHORT in Charge of Garage. MARR'S Auto Service Prompt Road Service Washing, Grcasinc. Polishing All Standard Products Phone 2611 Ash at Second «Y EXPERT MECHANICS For All Makes of Cars Our complete service includes ., .. Motor Tune-Up, Motor Overhauling, Brake Adjustment and. re-lining. Electrical Repairing, Radiator Repairs, and Oil Change. Don't Wait! We will pay you-the top cash-price for your car. Drive in today. Get the cash. We Are Approved Hlytheville Dealers DESOTO — PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry a complete stock of Genuine Chrysler and Packard Part* SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. X SEYMORE—Owner ' Corner Franklin & Walnut Phone 886 or 35X4 RED RYDER Caught! 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