The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1947 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVJ.LLE (AIUL) COURIER NEWS Soviets Re-open .'15* % r , our Dispute Trieste Govrnorsfup Terfned Toughest Job In the Whole World SUCCE:S, April 17. (UP> ••— Russia reopened the Big Four diipiue over selection of a gover- ntf \iaf- Trieste today by noinhiat- 1*C 'a frKember of Sweden's parlia- rwtnt K caretaker of the Adriatic trouble spot. There were signs (hat the So- vhit nominee, Cfl-year-old George •(anting, would not get the ap- IW'al 'Of the United States and Britain, which have f'vc candidates ot their o^'n for the so-called "toughest job In the world." s of the four big powers to agree In private on « :ste governor, avoiding a public The man they choose is cer- of Security Council approval. The council has agreed lo serve as caretaker of the troublesome Trieste territory, under terms of the Italian peace treaty. Its ngent there, responsible for running th» cily as a free port and cooling Ui" pMSionate efforts of Yugoslavs and Il^illans to dominate the urea, will bfcthe man selected in the private We Five talks. The job will pay ttS.OOO a year. J/,The united states would agree lo »iiy of these men: Lt. Gen. Bengt Jferdenskiold, commander-ln-chlef <H the Swedish Air Force; I*it SSeland, south Africa's minister to Ite Uow Countries; Henri Guisann, wartime commander- in- chief of the Swiss Army and Emil Saiid- rtjom, former chief justice of the Swedish Supreme Court; The British particularly favor Kgelaiid, but will accept any oi th^ others. /Round the Wor!d in 20,000 Miles THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 19<!7 /f's Round-up Time in Florida On World's Largest 'Gator Farm Phone Pickets Tire of Jobs ond Retire to Homes AtVt., April 17. l— Employes of Hie plant department of Ihc Two-States Tclc- • phone Co. here were back at work VKlay after a picket line mairitain- £ii'by long distance operators \vos discontinued yesterday bcsause of "J»ck of manpower." President Gene Rowlettc of tlie kwg lines workers said that the Map shows 20.000-mlle. uround-Uie-world flight planned by Miluln Reynolds, 54, millionaire ball-point pen, .manufacturer. i;« IIOIIM 'M break the globe circling record of 91 hours mid 12 minutes set in ,luty, 1338, by Howard Hughes. Reynolds' route is 0000 miles longer than record flight. (NEA Telcpliolo.) six members of tile union were noli enooufi to man l!>c .picket line, of- iieial.s of (lie plant department workers explained Hint their union •vvns net on strike but had agreed to c-bsorre (lie .picket line of the smaller union. Company officials announced that repair and maintenance work has been resumed by plant department employes. city's first airport in June, 1020. ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla., April 17 <UPi—Fifteen brawny rancn hancis prepare today for Spring roundup time on a sunny Florida ravgo to count "elojjles" on the world's largest alligator farm. And connlinK the (Hotliy siioufi and inking a look at the physical condition of more than (i.000 vvrlg- ullnt; gators is no easy task. 'Take this from ranch bosses, W. I. Drys- dalc and F. Charles Uslna. About 95 per ecnl of a grUov's life is spent In suspended animation :is lie floats logllkc on the -surface of a tepid lat;oon. lint such Isn't th» case when a fellow come? around ( O Inspect a gator's teeth or undersides. Then the sjalor is positively annoyed.' A swift Insh of the muor's posterior—which sometimes measure's six feet—can break a man's iwck. A cavernous yawn, a quick .lie!; of (lie steel-spring Jaws and the dnn- Bcr-likc teetlj can sheer away an arm or hand. The trick Is lo get the Bator on JiJs back, a feat which requires nmscl" power and the ability oj a .squirrel. But the ranch hands at Ihe St. Au- gii.stlnc fnrm are masters of the nil. WrostliiiR with and lying up a dealh-dcalliU!. half-ton saurlun is all in the day's work. Tourists contribute to the fauns upkeep and Drysdalc and Utiirm maintain a bustling alligator goods shop on the side. Oilier income is provided oy tales of reptiles to y.uos atid scientists. Aside from business the partners arc (loins an invaluable job toxvard preserving nllij-alars from hour; made extinct in Florida. In the- past there were as ninny gators killed oil as were biso'.i slaughtered oil the western ranges. Ju 1891 the Florida Fish Commission noted that two and a half million gators had been killed In one decade. Even now there arc scarcely 12,080 KiiLors remaining in Florida and half of them arc kept at the St. Augustine farm. The gators arc kept hapii/ anil healthy on a cAet of fish which they yet every fev,' days. WARNING OltllKK In (he Chancery Court, Cbicka- snwba District, Mlssissiiijit C'uiin- ly, Arkansas. Gladys Thomas Plaintiff, vs. No. 10,021 Leroy Thomas Defendant. The defendant Lcroy Thomas is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in Hie caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, GUdy.s Thomas. Ualed this 1st day of Apri!, 1917. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Betty Smith, D. C. Percy Wright, Attorney for plair.tln. 4ln-2,-5jl-8 Oldest amateur sporU governing body in the United States is the U. S. Lawn Tennis Association, organized in 1881. MYSTERY ENDED I'in-Wor&is have been causing trouble for centuries, and millions of victim! have tieaperately Bought a way to deal with thU petit that lives Inside Ihe human body. Science has at last solved the problem! It is now a].M> known lhat Pin-Worm irx- ft-ction spreads rapidl/ and can caucc real Jislross if n«rleelcJ- So bowarc ot that aggravating rtclal itch, ami act fast. Ask your rfrujarisl for JAYNE'S P*W at th» first Bi«n of 1'in-Worma. P-W 13 a medical- Jy fioun'l trontment based on an officially opprovc^] ilrut: iTincljile. The essy-lo-taVa r-W lablota ucl in a special way to removal Tin-Worms tasxly anii safely. j It/H cosy to remember: P-W for Pin-Worms?! H. Airport Named FAYETTEV1L1B, Ark.', April (UP)— Drake Field was tlic name today of the airport serving' PiivCttcvillc, falloui])'.; action lukcu by the F.iyeUeville .City Council. | The imino Avas changed froi)\ municipal airport In honor of tin- late Professor ,N. F. Drake of Fny- cttevlllc, n financial donor lo tlia Attention!—income Tax Foyers Listen to Town Meeting of the Air' "Arc C<H)])t']'ii(ive,s a Threat to Private Business'.'" TONIGHT, 7:30 p.m. OVKIl Ui\l)l() STATION WMPS, Memphis COTTON SEED FOR SALE D P & L 14, Delinted and Treated High Germination Only a Few Tons on Hand Blytheville Ddinting Corp. So. 2nd St. Across from Armory Phones 28GO—8GO e/ E r's square up to the facts, just for a minute. It's plain there's no smarter-looking car than a Buick —. cither on the road today or coming very soon. It's clear that i these Ion£, clean lines, these sweeping, follow-through fenders, are no mere passing fancy but a solid style trend for years to come. You can scour the town — and not find livelier, silkier, more abundantly ready power than's on tup in this big Fireball straight-eight engine. You can check this husky on the roads — and find that nothing on wheels makes the bad ones behave like Buick's feathery coil springing on all four wheels. See how taut and weave-proof and quiet the Silent Zone mounted bodies are. Look at the solidity and strength in husky frames, stout axles, the whole "business" side of this beauty. Put your wife behind the wheel to test its case of handling, and the quick, sure action of brakes and gearshift. Size up the room of three-person scats, the comfort of deep cushions, the stability that only ample road- yveight can give. (^/learly, here's n prize package of such proportions it's bound to find fresh "takers" as fast as deliveries can be made. Here's a car that's certain to sell on a first-eome-first-- served basis for a long while to come. So what's gained by delay in getting your name down for one? Aren't you better oft waiting for a Buick, than wishing you'd ordered one? Your own good sense gives you the answer. Take our tip atid get your order in now. ONLY BUICK HAS ALL THESE Come To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothe* O|>cn 7 ;i. m. Close 5:30 p. m. Tuvxiluv anil Thursiluv Nifjlils Open Till 9 w'Cluck 323 North 2nd St. Dr. James J. Webb Physician & Surgeon Announces the Opening of His Office Lynch Building Hlythevilk', Ark. For (Ise GojH'i'iil I'mi'lice of Medicine Office I'licmo 21.'51 Residence 'i •Ar AIRFOIL FENDERS * FIREBALL POWER k AccuRirc CYLINDER BORING * FLITEWEIGHT PISTONS SILENT ZONE BODY MOUNTINGS -A- BROADRIM WHEELS FULl-ltNGTH TORQUE-TUBE DKIVl BUICOIL SPRINGING •Ar STEPON PARKING BRAKE * DEEPFIEX SEAT CUSHIONS PfKMI-FHtn STICKING if CURL-AROUND BUMPfRS if NINE SMART MODELS * BODY BY FISHER Ai HMKY1. TAYtOX, Wuluul Ncl»orl-, oridofs and Fit Jay l GATEWOOD GROCERY tee 975 Ark.-Mo. fitalc Line on the left at the 'Arch 7 Crown Kinsey Schcnley Philadelphia . . Three Feathers Hill& Hill Old Taylor . Four Roses . . . . !i ri. 1.35 1.35 1.35 1.35 1.35 1.40 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.75 4.35 2.85 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.40 6 90 Beer GAS, rcg. . Cigarettes 17.9c; per Case $3.35 Ethyl 19.9c per carton $1.55 SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY EARLY MATURING . . Foundation Stoi-k—Direct From Urccdei- Recent test proved yields o to 5 more bualtcls pel- acre and stands up better than Kalsoy. Blythevilie Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Mail! Phone S5fl-S57 REFRIGERATION—24 Hour—REFRIGERATION Sales Service Repair^ AJR CONDJTION1NG ViK AKU Alll.i: TO ori'Kll Y01J QUALIl'IKI) KNGINliEKINO IN HA1.KS, Uia'AIHS AND SKKVICE. <Valt;-in bi>xcs, llcvcmsc Coolers, DispLiy Casra, Air Con- (lilioiiini; Units anil ustd Hcfriseration Liiuinmcnl of all kimls. 715 W. Ash—A. H. Johnson—Phone 2188 or Poole Motor Co., Stccle, Mo., Phone 49 LANGSTOH- Walnut and Broadway ; Telephone 553 t sVjhenbetter outomobiles ore built BUICK will build them BlyfrheviHc Soybean Corp. 1800 \V. Main RHEUMATISM KEPT ME IN TORTURING PAIN The letter snys . . . "Seems like- HID pnin just won't let so." For more tlian 50 years doctors have prescribed Uiis natural mineral water Unit tends to ncUralizo pain-causing acids. Write today (or free booklet. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP M;iln and Division lc, Ark. EN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151

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