The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 23, 1947
Page 2
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PAGE TWO pewsprintSupply terrains Short ']. Publishers Warned i Adequate Supply Not • Expected During 1947 • 'NEW YOHK, April 2S. (UP) — Members of the American New$- .jaycv Publishers Asso:iallon. in ftnmial meeting here, were warned .l\at they'could expect no appr-;- :inble relief during the nest 12 ri&nlhs in the shortage of newsprint. Cranston Williams, general man- ,\ger of the association, told the publishers there would be an in- ^rea<e of ,275,(il>0 tons during the next year but that this was "only i drop in the bucket" when it •came to meeting American news- ;iirer ri.eeds. Wilfiai'ns said Hint' newsprint iliils were turning out record locals but that dcmund still far exceeded ' the supply. He .pointed out that 4,200,000 ton. ivei'e used in (lie United States ast year, with the demand stead ly increasing. "Canada says that she will turn nit sro.OCO additional tons this •car." Williams snld. '<but of course v» won't pet it all." He revealed that 80 per cent of Tnitert States newsprint came from Canada. 13 .per cent from tile •Jmted states and .seven per cent, ^ro^i Newfoundland. "Finland has promised the Unit- ?i!ites 7S.OM tons lliis year." he aid. "and Sweden not. more than s.rr-> tons." Williams said that main- newsprint mills in the United Slater, ^ere beins bought up my mai:a- i'lie publishers' firms nnd that lies? naturally «'ere most entirely ho the newspaper fie'd. There Mas a ceneral discussion lot advertising, business management and the radio fic'd. Twenty-five publishers vevealc-l hat thev had opened radio slu- ion s during the past 12 months. Wisla River Bridge Destroyed COURIER NEWS Hend. Courier News Want Ads 'Pitiable' Shirley Smith, 14. has a few last words with her mother, Mrs. Bettv Alice smith, in LO S Angeles court Before she and her 11-year-old brother. Donald, were placed in a hoarding hQ,, fe . Alter being divorced neither, their mother nor father. "Melvin Smiih, wanted the children.' S each sought to force custody the other.^'If s pitiable." said »e judge, "Mien parents can't - -c care of their own flesh and ••'. blorxl." Bissel/'s Grand Rapids Carpet Sweeper $6.95 CHARLES S. LEMONS i Furniture Floods caused by warm,.,- Of T. alter deep •ai.r.vs during Ihr- l,illei-e : ,I, \vinle,- Poland lius had i>i yeurs 1 I'oniaUm-ske UriiUji. 1 . .-jniy menus • fli««l. let; |;ar!c:i (lure (eei tluck Mustcn- eel the d.'.slructioii uf tin- lii-ul B .-. (N'l-A TH..|ihr.i,, ),•.•„, r.iovi, Urn,. Stench Bombs, Hisses Greet Noted Singer April 21. (Ur'i... Stench b:nnl)s. hisses, and fi.sti;\i!.s ititenuj]li'tl a c<HH-ert by Norv,v^t:ir. soprano Kirsten Flavs'tad in the said Academy of Musk' last ne-lit lifter/she walked tlir<mi;li a line"i>; pickets piotestini; her apiiearaiue. An ovation insllnu a full minme greeted the w»i;iii.-rinii diva, .-u- cused of consorting with the Nazis during the war, ijut .stench liombs fell from th e lo^es at the close of her first K ongs. Then two patrons shouted, "Send ^ '"'•'• |" , : " 1 ". w:l ••'•", 'Wi (|lll.Uy ,.-..;,tL,-ll 1,011, lo »,,. ,!, I-iU'i 1 a tjian :,t':ili-il in the ehr.'itni yelled Miincthi))!' :it lli.' :O;;!';IIK>, imtl a ini(l<llc-:t>;e(l w )- niiin still: :< him. ):no.kiii:: (ill hi:; t'l;l.';,'ii'.'i. Tb<> iiu-iil'.-iil :,tal(i'tl ;i liijht ainuitK the hii'hlv |:ii|-U.s^]] cio'.vil of ].0:o. Hlujuls <j| "Co'iii- iniiiiisU" uii ( | "Kus.isis" inli-niii)',- her l:i.sL l.L at ilio E'cnnsvl- 30th Slrefcl Sll- 'Swan-derful,' Says Gus, As He flies With Mate Who Banished Old Sorrow EGYPT, Mass., April 23. (UP) — Oils tho .swan, who like tiQchini- var came out or llic West in search of n bride, left by piano for his home in Forest Lawn Memorial I'arlt, Los Angeles, ypslcrdny witli willowy Hcnrii'tta, the Queen of Egy;:l. L'jvesitk since Ills mate Elvira died on th e West Coast, Gus was shipped 3,COO miJe.5 to Die CtiKse Animal Farm here last week in an effort to make him forget his soul-male. For three days he sulked, pecked ill lettuce leaves and remained aloof. Bul yesterday he sa\v HcnrlcLtn, a Cupc Cod chunncr and the pinup lady .swan ol the Ei:.vpt Farm. Otis honl:pd. Henrietta honked. El- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, vira was forgotten. Farm Owner Charles p. chase I teleurcphcil Forest Lawn omc::i!s:i "Mission accomplished." I tion, and «; least 53 patrolmen I'.unrdrd eniratu'cs to the Academy. O/liiT)-,; said si detectivo Bna«l would |ii'otet:i her iinti! she leaves ine city *totlay. yotl suffer MONTHLY Is /„„„„„ to e |>:tn, nfn'giui distress and weak. erunky. •tlrni:i;cd cul 1 fctl- IIIKB, or uncli .lays —when line to !(,- -'.'inle »iiictl<in:il monclily illstur- uiincci. Als[, line slornactilc tonltil e.irrted half <jl (he :,n. Oul.sidi- 11. douo.v line of ]:ici:e!s marrhod with plaruvd.s vvhii'h read: '-Her li-ieml-, v.ere t;i>,-;-iii'.: ti:i(| Quisling, don't jtiiii tii,. iir.-ie." "Loyalty diH-sn'( flow tlir.'iH^h a s-'pijiol. mi and off." and "Niii-we- liii'.n.s jud^e her tesl -in Norway Police, who estimated the protest, crowd at s.CBD. i:avc din soprano a heavy guard. nctejtUfi 3 1! -!ta. can KEEPS RUGS CLEAN Use on any rug or eorpef, including light colors and Jwists, Cleans entire room or small areas without leaving a ring. O SPRiNKLE ON! o 3rtUSH JfJ! • VACUUM Off I VTORKLINE THINK/OP EVERYTHING" KationaL'y * STURDY CONSTRUCTION * MAPLE FINISH * HARDWOODS ONLY * SAFETY DROP'SIDE See .it $!W Charles S. Lemons, Furniture Home Furnishings Moderately Priced 'oooh, look! It's the new I SWING-ASIDE TRAY! ftf ... '*.-* ,.,.- £•&:.?*&• . \'t$X ^^^s^^^-r. *fti-'' JK ; ^' $11.75 Cileries S. Lemons, Furniture THE BUSIEST TABLES IN THE HOUSE ' •^^s^- ' . of Luxer ,••• ^^ Cardlabm • All CARD GAMES • BUFFET SUPPERS • CHILDRENS PARTIES • OUTDOOR USE ',('• • WRITING TABIES ••RECREATION ROOM • STUDt TABIE g^^X • RADIOS, TYPEWRITERS? • MIDNIGHT SNACKS r%'-, • AUXIUARY SERVICESij Somson belux* Card Tables ' Provide fullest Us* of r Your Room Copa<ity.^ l v«y •***«'•"—- **/ **". ffw> &i_/wtee Charles S. Lemons, Furniture Home Furmshi'ngs Moderately Priced HuMKo -.TMf Jjainiy COOKING MT Ms Wonderful! Prize Baby Show May 2-3 h N ° , BKTTEK "ABIES CONTEST & BKAUTY KUVUK) o nl iJ ' V :< ' S ' X y<airs ° f agc ls c " eible fur "iB'slrnlUm v.i.h- h Ihl u ,r," the !>CU ' t of » amus !llld ls """ l «' t° participate in the show. There are no entry fees. • • UC 1>wardc ' 1 to "'C HEALTHIEST baby, the HAND- Iteglstratloris May Be Made at J. C. PENNEY CO. (Shoe Department) - 2 'iO W. Main Street Until Saturday, April 2(itli. at 5 p.m AKS'l'ICIKS: AMKIUCAN LEGION - ---?s Sam Smart travel today is the Samsonile way. Sfreamlite styled to new beauty, built 1o new utility and value, ihe nationally advertised Somsonile makes you an extra comfortable traveler. Buy your Samson- \'.c ::' :'^ht now. 75" ladies Vanity Overrule . . . $13. SO* 21" Ladies Wardrobe ....... $20.00' Choice of Brown or Tan PltOVEH PAN Annual/ U'omo /Iftuny CHARLES S. LEMONS, Furniture Home Furnishings Modestly Priced! Do Not Fail to Shop This Store for Your STORE NE We have an Unusual Assortment "of 8 Piece Dining Room Suites A Scarce Item Living Room Suites By KROEHLER Other Good Suites TABLES END, LAMP, RADIO, COFFEE OCCASOIONAL, DRUM OUTDOOR FURNITURE Odd Davenports BED DAVENPORTS 2 PIECE SUITES OCCASIONAL CHAIRS PLATFORM ROCKERS All Types Low Priced Rockers and Chairs BEDROOM SUITES FINE ASSORTMENT Many other items, all priced lower lh;m formerly, and (lie quality j s j m - provinp. Prices adjusted lower in support of trend of pricing now pro- vailing in ninny stores. Some items have been reduced in price as much as 10 r; - to 20%. SHOP HERE AND SAVE Charles S. Lemons, Furniture Home Furnishings Modestly Priced!

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