The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1947 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 16, 1947
Page 11
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JVEDNESUAY, APRIL 1G, 1947 Approval Urged On Foreign Relief Acheson Tolls Senate Group Alternative Is World-Wide Suffering Al>rll 10. (UPi — .. „.] Secrrlary of s , ;lt e ijean Achcson yesterday U i- K e<l ,„.„,,„„ "-•unKic.SMrmal approval of I'resi- (lenL Truman's 5350,000.000 request 'or loreiKn relief. He told the Senate Foreign j?c- miicMs Committee I hat Ihe alternative would 1,0 "widespread human suffering with Kra ve pulilical iinrt economic consequences" for tne whole world. The request Is .separate from Mr Irum.-m's $400.000,000 Greek-Turk's n aid program. Achcson .said Austria, Greece lungary. Italy and Poland upper,!" need u,e grcalest asskjjnce, Mule China also will require help. He S aii| Britain. Norway and Denmark are expected to n id in tlic He m-jjert prompt action because «'C are cumins perilously close to 1 >e dny when, if we do procure and . nip food to certain of these eoun- "les. Uie pipelines will be broken ami even the present meager rations will not be able to be maintained.' 1 Achcson said there was no dup- ic.nmi) between tho $50,000,000 intended for Greece in the relief measure and the Iwoader Greek- lurkish aid program. "The nssis:ancc to Greece included in th c other bill involves a Program of reconstruction and re- nabllLtalion which can he e:fec- }'lfy mulcrlakc » o"'y after the »:««relief needs have, first been No-Work Order In Tornado Area Blows Up Storm WCOmVARD, Okla.. Ajiril 15. '.UP) The chairman of the Woodward Telephone Operators Local Union announced today that '-every one" of its 3D-ort<| membe-s have resigned from tlic NPrW as n result of the union's order not to work i)i the emergency caused by last week's tornado. Miss Justine BuWe said each of the operators was sending individual resignations from Die ,„„<>„ (fctnkc headquarter,, of ttie Southwestern Telephone Workers Union at St. Louis said they have had no word of the resolutions) JBLYTUKVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Injured Wait to Be Treated Arkansas Utility Seeks ' Permission to Build Gas Plant Near Completion •LVITLE ROCK. Alk.. April Hi (UP)—The Arkansas Public service Commission will hold a hearini' Thursday 10 deride if it will Brant permission to the Arkansas Powei and Light. Co. to build a gas dis- iribiitlcii plant which already is Hearing completion. The application was reccvcd cluv- >»B 'he legislative session, and Commission official.? told the company to go ahead with construction of the plant at the Newport Ail port. Thursday's hearing.. Commission spokesmen . s ay. is a mere fonnalitj. Read Courier Ne.vs Want Ads. met." Acheson said. In requesting relief funds for Poland, Acheson said the Unite;! States was not proposing a program of reconstruction that. would>.-he beneficial to the CommurjiSt-dom- inated regime in there. V;£ : :'• •; : THE SP nil sal. . "H-oiild be tin- <-le,ulii(. up I o Iho fears of (he latest pioduc- ' cis o oil nm) ,| lc biHMnm of a ' con.? der a ble number O f new transmission HIH-S 50 ,,,.„ quantliies or K ., 5 ,, u could be utilized. "This cannot be doi natural fi « s net Is 50 , hc ,. (1 . ( , c , unless the •liniigi',-1 Hint 'tir of lliclv led by oth- 1 stale agen- prodtu'ers have no f uuslness .being regiila ers than the recognise clcs." Mean-while, uie governors of Kentucky. Texas i.n,| West Vir-1 production mid t-nlhcrlnt; of nat- pioductlon inul gathernlK of nut- ! urn I BUS. They outlined I heh- inisl- ll^hs In messages lo the commlt- Ciov. lieaiiford n. Jester of Texas wild the best Interests of Ihe conn- !>• try would bo served "by loin-Ing to ! fhe several stales exclusive control over conservation, production and KiithcrliiK a n<t local distribution activities." Ciov. Clarence W. Meadows of West vli'ijlnln and Gov. Simeon Willis of Kentucky took substantially the sumo stand, PAGE ELEVEN I tiers stuy Sobrr I'lllI.AOEU'HIA <UI>) — Tho Pennsylvania Aevonauilcs Commission's annum report on aeronuu- llual violations showed (hat "there ware no complaints received ov arrests made for intoxicated flying l» Pennsylvania during 10'tO." IN BOTTltS AND AT FOUNTAINS ^ Pepsi-Cola Company, Lang Island City, N. Y Jranchiscd lioitler: i»eprt-i; 0 la Ih.UlinK: C«. of Blvtheville Clyde Bcttis and metticn] attention and facial wound, "llirouglr the wall ins nephew, Harry R,,,s. linen years qicl, awnlllnj. »i Higgms. Texas. The hoy suffered injured hand Is when he and his mother and father were l.lown of then- home. His parents were uninjured (NBA Texas Geologist Tells Congress That Natural Gas Being Wasted WASHINGTON, April IG.ftUI')- Conei-ess was -Jold tort.-iy jthat oil produce]s are burning and;'wasting a large share of th e natidn's natural gas reserves because of uncertainty over Federal I'owcr Com- nnssion policies. John H. Murrell, Dallas, Tex., geologist, made the charge Ivfoi'e' the House Interstate Comme/ce Th!?tiew ATLAS - made better than over in five important .ways-stands ready to take all Ihe rough, lough wear you can give il—ready to deliver long mileage with less care and worry for yon. See it now at your Esso Dealer's. Inspect the scientific Grip-Safe Iread ... read the famous written warranty that protects the lire mileage you buy... With greater safety than ever and new riding comfort... and with welcome economy in its long-life service ... the husky new ATLAS is a down-to-earth value that will make tire history! For sale only by Esso Dealers. If y°" r Dealer does not have thc size ATLAS Tire you need, place your order now for future delivery. Don I fcuy any lire without Sffing Ihe long-mi'/eoge ATLAS ... tho tiru that mnfcei good on the road. Conimlllcc. The committee is -on- «don,,g „.„«,,„„ (0 rc[lcn|ic Fpc , s aiUhority over the collection and distribution of natural 6RS Murrell said surveys by his firm or Detrolouui geolofisl.s. D e Golycr .mil McNanghton, indicated loial ™°r rve -l ° f morc '""" 200-OB9.0W).- OCO ctlWc feet of natural itas. Hut many oil producers he sad! are "llarine" (he «n s produced In conncclio,, with their oil „,",•«'"''s. He said they were afraid lhat ( they sold ti, c ,.as the rpc mifht ^v to extend lt s authority over "The Brcalcst conservation action' that could be taken today," Mur- Another Big Week! And Morc to Come . . . This i>!isl \vi'ok wu hail a bigger and bctlcr crowil lliiin ever before . . . eaeh RCeUin^ the opportunity to buy or sell al citir nuctioii. \Vilh comixilitivc bid- diiiK, Ihe dealer and Uie buyer have an equal clianee to KU\. llicir money'« worth. THURSDAY, APRIL 17th Another Big Auction Hon'l miss il! We'll have dealers from near and far with 11 ulos yon want. There'll be buyei'K, too, for anytliing you have to sell. This is your chance to buy or sell id your own bidding. firing Your Cars Any Make — Any Model Caretakers; will be on band lo care for your cars. There's jjjood food nearby and so, no need lo be uncomfortable. We've gone lo great expense to see that tins is the kind of auction that will sell arid sell and sell! HOLLAND AUCTION SALES Across From Dixieland Service al Holland, Mo. For Further Information Cull Steclc 't'J Ssso DEALER STANDARD OIL C Stare Highway 18 --^ x . c. B .i 51M;!15lM OF NEW JERSEY Blythcvillo ™ ••7 The Steam That Blows The Whistle! \VATKU . ,, . an all important P!I ,-I O r production, u is. water that into makiriK a great many essentials and luxuries yon use every day. It's water in the form of. steam lhat luriii; Ih.j ^ wheels of industry, helping to make this the greatest lounlry on (he face of the earth. It's even waler that blows the morn- ' ing wlii.stle (o work and the one at quilling time. Yes, water Plays a great but inconspicuous p'arl in everything we use. We lake il so lightly but it moans so much! Blytheville Water Co, BERNARD ALLEN, Mtotf er "Water H Your Cheapest. Commoditt/r CERTIFIED Grade'A'D. & P. L. No: 14 Cleaned Trailed New Sacks Purity 99.5 Germination 85% LIMITED $1(1(1 PER * SUPPLY /yy roN ROSELAND GIN CO. Roscland, Ark. "For Work Done Right" CALL 474-475 Cold Storage for Furs and Woolens NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 'The Old Reliable" G. O. 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