The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1947 · Page 9
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April 17, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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THUKSDAY, Al'lllL 17, 1947 Cut in Natural Gas Supply Seen Power Commission's Growing Authority Said Threat to Availability WAjiu.vcrro.v, A prii 17 . tup) _ A gas industry spokesman charged ycs.crday that natural gas supi.lies availa'oie to the consuming f.ubl'.c Ultimately win be cut sharply i! ihe Federal Power Commission continues to expand its authority. 'Ihe spokesman said a "great, deal" of the present natural gas shortage in .some consuming areas cou'.ii be traced directly to "long drawn-out hearings" required by the Commission before It will okay new gus transmission facilities. The statement was made before the House Interstate Commerce Committee by Edwavcl Buddms, president of ' Panhandle Eastern Pipeline Co. He testified in favor of legislation to curtail f'PO's authority over natural gas. "'Public inleicst as affected by the production, Brails?ortaotion and use of natural yas," he .said, "is at the present time being seriously jeopardized for lhc long pull by the administration of the Natu.-aJ Gas Act." iBuddius was one ot a feries ot industry :pjkesmen testifying in behalf of H bill sponsored by RcP nos s Rz'.cy. R.. Okla. It would deprive PFC of any authority it may have over how natural gas may be used. The committee also is considering a measure by Rep. James I. DoHiver, R., la. Dollh-cr's bill is aimed at conserving the nation's natural gas rescues. To that end it would permit tlie commission U say for what purposes natural ga; may be used. Dollivcr's, bill generally has the f sup-port of the railroads and ihe j^coal mining industry. ™ Bucldrus said (lie natural gas industry had learned "from bitter expcrienca" that the PPC probably will use its present undefined authority over natural gas to increase rather than restrict its jurisdiction. "The natural gas industry," he said, "is asking for changes in the natural gas act which will allow it to grow and expand in a normal healthy, competitive manner. We are, in effect, asking (for)' a fair and reasonable price..." BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS Breath-Making Reported Last Week Total 15 UTn,E ROCK, Ark.. April 17. Marines Begin 'Streamlining' Fighting Units to Be Revamped for Greater 'Atom-Age' Efficiency WASHINGTON. April n. <ui'>— The United Slates Marine Corps yesterday begun lhc task of streamlining its lighting mills for ({renter flexibility mid mobility to meet bnlile problems of the atomic age-. On. A. A. VimdPgi'lfl, Marine Corps Coininaniuini. sent orders to nil affected commands <o begin the •sweeping reorganization "iminerti- ulely" mid complete It it) R few months., it will affect about hall tin 1 peacetime corps of IGB.iOO men. Tlie new atomic age Leather- nocks organization will include: 1. Ktro.iinllm'd brigades of nbout 0,500 men each with vastly Increased firepower. 2. Larger battalions equipped with additional anti-tnnk weapons, (links, artillery, rockets, naval gunfire ami aircraft. This will be the basic combat unit. 3. Additional striking units, to replace Infantry rcgtmciUul headquarters which were abollsher! n long witli other "overhead" troops. More Juiirliies \\ill carry guns.' 4. Reorganized division liead- ciuartci's lo provide "Coiriirinncl Groups" to permit quick shining of attack forces. This will make the division.; more mobile mid Hard-! lilUInt!. j provide for task units smaller Itmn 5. Flexibility of organization to a division where necessary to Kike ! ' cave of slx*cinl missions. These units coul<i occupy small ndvnnc- -- ~ „ - oil buses for rocket-launchers m»l Allen Reeves of Monette and Mrs, protect Islnml buses for atomic Mangle Patrick of Lillle nock. I bombers, PA6I NINK Byrd and Birds Not of A Feather, So Don't Stick Together; Penguins Flee WASHINGTON, A.TJ-I1 17. tUl'J — If » hoiucsie:t Diru in white shirt niul black, tails wuUIU'.s into youi yard—call the UnlU'd SUle.s Naiy. 'KL' f.robubly will reported In pulnski County, live! In Si'uastiim county and one each In Independence and Calliwm Counties. The year's totiU triples Ulc number reported the same period last year. The board's weekly morbidity report showed tlmt the Inlluen'/a trojirt continued downward last week wHh 1.K5 cists reported, compared with 3,101 the week bu- lore. A total ot 23;162 cusefi of (In were reported In Ihu ftral 15 weeks ot 1M7 cou>|)are<l with 5.- 36G the sumc i>eriod last year. The r.-jjorl showrd three cases' "f <ll|)htherlii In Arkansas, two In 'Mississippi ronnty and one in Monroe county. A total of B'l cases ot pulmonary lubi-rckilosls were rrportetl last week, bringing the year's total to 4SG cnse.s, They wcru scaltc' - tni Ihioughoiit Ihe state including A-> kansiis. Hrnton. Ctark. CoHiin'itu, Ci'arlinul. Uemp-teail. Jackson. Mis sissippl, OJachltu. Phtnrs and SP basllan Counties. penguins which jumped .ship .lie liyrd Expedition reliimwl here vtmulay from the South i'o>. The Navy' s done c'vcrythlni! ti> lure ,hem back i-xcei-'t offer a return Ickct in Llltle America. Tin 1 |K'ii|',iiins iirj destined for hu Washington 7,00. Dogs Run Rampant, Bite 14 in State Last l/.S. to Seize 700 German Factories as Reparations BERLIN, April 17. (UP)— Gen. Lucius D. Clay. American commander in Europe, announced yes- ter'day that 100 war plants in Western Germany would be seized as reparaions. Clay said 36 factories had been removed from the reparations: list, 18. of which were in the American Zone. One of th c reasons for dropping the 36" plants from' the reparations list, he said, was the need j-Jor cement in Germany. E0| Fcmr-!iO\vcr teams have evaluated 254 of the American Zone, pluats scheduled for removal at about SI00,000,000, based on the pre-war rote of exchange. Clay said. Some of the plants originally earmarked for repajaions were dropped because of duplications and the fact that investigation indicated they would be of little value. Mary Luciiuio, of San Lcandro, Calif., isn't set for a lako-off to Mars. She's demonstrating how this new portable iron lung "fits" at ilio Alameda Naval Air Station, Calif, station personnel rcccmly cliipped in to buy five of tlie lungs, costing $1000 each, for use in Ure station hospital. (NEA Telephoto.) Blytheville Women On Cosmotology Board 'LITTLE ROCK. Ark., April 17. (UP)—Gov. Ben Lancy jeslevday appointed six Board members and four inspectors in the State Mos- motology pepartment. They were in line with a reorganization bill approved by the 56th General Assembly. 'Lancy rcappaintcd Mrs. I,est'_>r Gipson of Blytheville, ivlrs. Lillie May Mullis of Camden and Miss away the gun and tripped th dazed robber. Seizing a four-foot section of two-by-four, Conder slammed it down on the • thief's heart. Police arrived a row minutes later to •haul' MoParr's inert body to the hospital. .wheVc' he died -sever,!! hours later from a fractured skull. L-.icillc Slckes of Springdntc to llie Board. lie also named Mrs. Opal Nicholson o! Harrison, Mrs. Lucille Mahlcn of North Little Roth,' 'and Mrs. Allie Mae Mills ol I/.ttlc Rock as now Bonrrt members. Mrs. Mills is secretary of yu> Board. lnj?p;alors named were MIS. Nell Shoemaker of Liltle Rock, Mrs. PILES Hurt Like SiniBiitNowlGriii Tlmiijonils chanca grams to grins. U.n ''* " 1 " lo rellcv « fllscomforl f l n,i 6nt , < ?i r , u 8 slatil by notci1 Thorn. * FORMAL OPENING SOON In New Location Blytheville Willys Sales Co. FARM JEIPS, TRUCKS, CARS, STATION WAGONS SALES & SERVICE UTH..K KOriC, Ark., Apr.l VI. 1U1 1 ! Tim dogs inn rampant In Arkansas last week with ul least U persons reported ljuit'i:. The Blule Hoard of Hcdllrs weekly niorbltlny re-port Mioweil seven ivrsons wi-'ro bitten In 1 U'.H.i- »i'V County, i wo ». u'h in O,irlanil ami Pulaski Countii's and thrci: in Jcflcisou C«i:>Uy, '1'lie lolal number of (logbltc) cpurled for Die yc«r li<! 14V. A new laboratory InMraaeat lor r measuring rottchim* Of MirficM ji' called a rugculmeiw. ' - t CARTWRIGHT SKATING RINK OSCEOLA, ARK. ,^ . . i', Opening Sunday Afternoon, April 20 A •1,000 Sq. Ft. White Muple Flooring ",''/''.':. 2,000 Puir.s Skates, first class condition Open from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Mondays, * Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays'. > i i Open Sunday afternoon, 2:30-4 v \ Ben D. Hamner, Mgr. Phillips Robinson Wilbur Lovelady Vet's Commando Tactics Foil Station Hold-up IANSPNG, Mich. (TIP)—Anthony MuFarr. SO, a former circus wrestler and .ex-Detroit policeman, tried to hold up the station operated by DclmcT Conder. 23-year-old former soldier, and paid with his life. MrfFarr shoved a pistol into the cash register. The 200-pound Comlcr's ribs and took $53 from holo-iip man started to lock up Cornier, when he paused to look at a passing car. Conder, who weighs but 142 pounds, snatched a wrench au:t slugged the bandit. McFarr went, down, bnl came up punching, gun in hand. The attendant kickert ^FELIX A. CARNEY • Dominion Automatic Electric Irons 1 Yr, Guarantee • Complete Line of Electrical and Kattery Radios • Expert Radio Repairs • We Pick Up and Deliver 324 F.. Main Thone 24«1 Night 351* Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Phone 2043 1044 Chickasawba TO PRICES In tine with the national program to hold prices down, we announce a 10% reduction on all furniture and standard competitive priced merchandise. We are happy,to be one of the first mer- chants in Mississippi County to establish this policy. It, is, and will continue to be our aim to offer our high quality merchandise at the lowest prices. We assure you of our every effort toward keeping down the influx of rising prices. Farmers Terms DANE FERGUS CO. . ZENITH RADIOS KELVINATOR ^: ty, Phone 100— OSCEOLA, ARK. APRIL SHOWED of BRUSH VALUES ANNIVERSARY] DAYS KLENZO DELUXE TOOTH Genuine (Hiion) medium or hord bristles in Dr. loughron, Tufted, Convex or Profej- 39 C in GIVE to Conquer Canler! KLENZO LATHER BRUSH Distinctive, decorative nylon-lucito talher brush. Long-lasting, sai'ufactory service. KLENZO BRIC-A-BRAC HAND BRUSH Gonuino "Nu-Tcx" synthetic briilles. Mftr Waterproof wood bacV. long-lasting... *¥«J NYLON DENTAL PLATE BRUSH AND DENTURE CLEANSER COMB.! Mew Klcnzo Nylon Dental Plate Brush and a 5 02. Rexo'l Denture Cleanser. 95c value in on jfficien) combination for 69 C REXALl M1-31 ANTISEPTIC AND TOOTH BRUSH COMB. Full pint botllc of Rexoll Mi-31, the antiseptic that kills germs on contact, when used B*ri> full slrcnglh, plus a new Klenio Nylon Tooth Brush...; PITCH SHAMPOO, ejlliliuil, Sculp Hrusll Ilcuiilnr $l.fii) v:iHio—only Pl.A.S'i'lC FLAS 2-ccll, complete i.i:'ii; MM; OF coi,i> WAVI: PKUMANKNT SETS I.NCMWI.N'G TOM, TORTRAIT, CHARM CURL, HKI.KN COKNKU.. : WA'VKKBURY ALftUM CLOCKS KEI.TON WHIST WATCHES $4.95 * $6.95 .:... $6.95up VINELAND VITAMIN B TONtC Pull Pint PUHSIN. THE SPEING TONIC I.UXUIUA CLEANSING CREAM <•« AA Regular 52.25 size, only ^liUU SCIHCK RAZOR, with 20 blades $1.19 I C'l $1.25 $1.25 OWENS DRUG STORE

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