The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1946 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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'THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1046 |fc-i^^» ^~^^^^^~~— .1 U.S. Air Policies \ Investigated Congress Launches Inquiry Through r Special Committee. WASHINGTON, Mny 22. (UP) — > Congress began an invcstlgntlon of American air policies yesterday In the belief they may be outmoded In i.ii era of revolutinaiy neroiwutlcnl developments. Adrn. Chester W. Niniltz, cliier of liaval operations, was first witness us a Senate Interstate Commerce Subcommittee opened hearings on » bill by Set:. Hugh B. Mitchell n wash.,-to set up a national air policy board. The board, which would have nine members appointed bv MIC President with Senate approval would plan continued U. S. supremacy in military^ and civil aviation and aircraft, manufacturing. It would make the first all-inclusive air studies since the 1925 Morrow Board's proposals resulted in the Air Commerce, Naval Avia-, lion aiid Air Corps Acts—the Ixiais of present U. S. air power. (AUK.) COUR1KR NKWS PAGE Corpus Christ! Starts Cleanup of City Mammoth fSA Project Reverts to Forest Area UTTUJ HOCK. Ark., May M. (UP>—The IBI-RCSX block of laud cvi't jold by the K»rm Security Administration in the Arkmisas-Mls- SIsslppi-UHilslana Nrcft ] lns )x , ( , u purcliHsccI Uy » Oreeiullle, Miss., man. Tlu> Little Dock KSA olticp Ins announced sale of a'2,210 acres of cHtovi-r tlmbcrlund In Issmnienn «>m»(y, Miss,, to Henry T. Crosby of C.reenvllle, f OT $1041,231, i P p rc .. scntiiiR ll\i> urlglnul cost to thr co- O|>m>(lve plus taxes and inlorosl. Crosby pluns to develop the land Into 11 permanent forest. H was puu-hasrd l>j- the PSA for division into tixmlly-si/e [arms ami sold In University Gets Collection of Music Makers - ONTARIO, Cnl. (UP* — roily yc»r t of searching for primitive native musical instruments and of re»earch into American Indian tribal music lay behind the recent gttt of- 220 quaint instruments to the University of .Southern California.' JAlber.t Gale, a retired Ontario musician, traveled the entire con-; tinent to make transcriptions of' Indian music and to collect the in- ' stfuments used by the first Amcr- icins- Included in the unique col-1 lc«tion were ivory, shell and seed specimens from Java, India, Africa t arid the remote Islands of the flgouth Pacific. Gale, formerly director of music at-• Washington University, round » new ana unusual friend through ( his studies of African tribal chum* In downtown Philadelphia one day] ' he was startled to hear the beat of African drums coming from a very American .building. .; Investigation showed the drummers :to be Chief Tcvi, a Dohom- iam' native, and his family. The Corpus Christl, the second citv city as a prcventativc measure, in Texas lo feel the welyhl of a strange ninlndy, starts lo cKMiiuip (lie First on (he llsi came B illl >»Bc anil refuse which i.s usually dumped near the outskirts of the cily. Here a worker spreads oil on :\ pile of rubbish before lie sets fire lo It. Oil Is used to Insure Us complete destruction when It Is burned. <NKA Telephoto.) two musicians exchanged noles on gins about June 1. their profession and parted firmly j The pilots will search out the convinced the fantastic or iklcncc schools, radio the plant, which in would never be rcrtea£< ' I • I linn will message the fishing fleet gnli), '.' nc exact spot of Ihc schools. of a I iJMich.. | Arrests of girls under 21 In- But the chief ap this time beating thi circus parade in some six years later. wife happened to Outside tlie chief's dale hummed the of the chant he Imd Philadelphia. Chief Tevl pron from the room we; smile of recognition friend. •iid his | creased 109.3 Planes to S]> NORTH BEND. Ol fishermen, plying ^ waters for the priza no longer have to f a crow's nest to/ schools. | Packing plants 1 nirplancs from a spot the schools over the last pcncctlmc year 01 1041. while arrests of males under 21 decreased 7 per cent. FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hw.v. (il at State l.inc I'hon: Hlytheville 7M Chicii|;« lends all oilier cities in the world In (he manufacture of iron aikl steel and their products. Dial 474 and We'll I>ick up Your • DRY CLEANING • LAUNDRY NU-WA LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS 21H-20 No. Second ccoi'dance wllli federal legislation idcilnt; such projects to be llqul- taled. mid Flnt BkMjnw fur Vc(» KORT LEWIS, Wash, IU!')—The unny benuty of tho I'uyaUui) Vat- ey'fi daffodil fields WHS broushl to :!>i> MiullKnn Oenernl llo,s|>ltnl Vjy [he dlstrlbullon of 40.000 of lln- k'lillt'y'.s first blooms, K-.ich of more Ihnn ;i,00fl patients received an Imilvldual bouciuel. The hospital flowers were dou- uled by the Valley Uiilb Growers dllivcrrd In truck*. R«d Crow Ij«dle« dlslilbuteci the flowtm lo tiie liiwpilnl wurds. Rend Courier Newi Want Adi Of 174 P*nn»yl»«nl» tk« with popuUMo S.OCO »nd 29,000, M protection outalde th«ir limits. •- » > J. LOUIS CHERRY New York Life Insurance Ark. Co. You bet it pays to get the real IH parts for your tractor. You can't beat '' them. They are made in the same plants, by the same men who build them for the original tractors. They will fit and wear and give thi taine long; satisfaction as the originals. So why take a chance on substitute*? Give us a list of the parts you need and we'll get them ready fijr yoiii. ; DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blyth.vill., Ark. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES, PARTS AM SERVICE . , •>'• \ r«u« «*«H SKAP-OM tows I\ -™^ \\ JOE ISAACS Phone 2001 We Deliver HAYS STORE 200 E. Main Blythcvillc, Ark. Quality Merchandise For Better Values Courteous Service GROCERY SPECIALS Let freedom ring for the American 'I'f male...for here's the tie that doesn't bind...4Fo!d Palm Beach Ties by Bcau' BrvmmeH. Always...all ways right. t POTATOES Red Triumph No. 1 Quality—100 Lbs. 345 FLOUR WR-80X Plain or Self Rising 25 Ib. Sack--1.35 50 Ib. Pr. Baa 2.65 - 3Lb.Jar75c - Pint Jar 35c - 15oz. boxISc H H! gallon 98c 1 ';'•".- •,•••'( !.75 CRISCO MINCE MEAT" Brand led" RAISINS, Dessirt Seedless SICKLES, Sour or Dill!«?BEANS, Great Northern BEANS, Mexican Style in Chili Gravy, No. 215c SARDINES, Tall Can 13c - - - - - 2lor25c CHILI, without Beans, Van Camp's, 11b. can 29c [Pork Brains, Cooked with Mile Gravy - - 17c fEANUT BUTTER, Canova - - - - Quart 59c jTOMATO CATSUP, Brooks, 14 oz. 19c, 2 lor 35c PRESERVES, Hunt's Pure Peach, 16 oz. jar 29c EACHES, Evaporated Lb. 35c KRAUT, Gold Kist, No. 21 Can 15c; - - Case 3.50 CORN, First Lady, cream style, can 14c; case 3.19 Tomatoes, Extra Stnd. No. 2 Can 14c; Case 2.98 {SPINACH, Novey Lee, No. 2 Can 14c; Case 2.98 PORK & BEANS J C No. 2 Can 14c; Case 3.19 ;PEAS ^±^1, No. 2 Can 14c; Case 3.19 HOMINY, Van Camps, No. 21 can; 15c; case 3.55 RED KIDNEY BEANS, No. 2 Can 13c; - Case 2.98 Hardware and Household Needs HARVEST KEGS 2 Cat. 1.95 3 Gal. 2.25 MOPS Itomoc, OiKMt Ones Each 69' ELECTRIC JUICER Mou-Ark Juice Mauler Only 9.95 RADIO BATTERIES Everyready 1000 Hour 5.95 LAMPS Kerosene, Complete Only 79' PUMP PIPE ^i PUMP POINTS 36 Inch 2.95 HOUSEHOLD SPRAY, DDT ADDED Pint 25c Quart 45c Gallon 1, WORK CLOTHES For Men and Boys Largest assortment of well known brands, Tuf-Nuts, Dickies, and Duc,k- Head. DRY GOODS Just Receive'd A lar^v shipment of Comforts.v Each nssorlmcnl Chenille Bed Sprvads U.sc our l.aya\vay I'lsin. 11.S5 STAR BRAND SHOE5 A Large Assortment \ Notions and Cosmetics These prices good for Fridoy, Saturday and Monday, May 24, 25 and 27. Subject to stock on hand. W«. r*Mrr« Hi« riffcT. limit quantity.

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