The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1946 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 23, 1946
Page 11
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'THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1946 ^-•"^» •^•^•^^^^••m -i •U.S. Air Policies v Investigated Congress Launches Inquiry Through -- Special Committee. 9 WASHINGTON, May 22. (UP)> Congress began an hivcstlcntlon of American air policies yesterday In tile belieflhey mny be outmoded In ;.\\ era'of revolutlnary ncronautlcnl developments. Adm. Chester W. Nt^iltz, chief of luval operations, wns nrst witness as a Senate Interstate Commerce Subcommittee opened hen rings cm a bill by Sen. Hugh n. Mitchell. ]). Wash.,'to set up a national air policy board. The board, which would have nine members appointed by 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- [ tion and Air Corps Acts—the basis of present U. S. air power. University Gets Collection of Music Makers - ONTARIO, cal. (UPl — Forty 5T»r» of searching for primitive native musical Instruments and ol rewarch into American Indian trl- bnl music lay behind the recent gift of' 220 quaint instruments to the University of .Southern California. .Alber.t Gale, a retired Ontario musician, traveled the entire continent to make transcriptions of Indian music and to collect the instruments used by the first Americans.- Included in the unique col- lc«tlon were ivory, shell and seed specimens from Java, India, Africa and . the remote islands of the feouth Pacific. Bale, formerly director of music at; Washington University, found a new and unusual friend through Ills studies of African tribal cham.5. In downtown Philadelphia one day. He was startled to hear the beat of African drums coming from a very Amerlc'ah building. .; Investigation showed the drummers Id be chief Tevi, a Dohom- lam' native, and his family. The BIA'THEVILLB (AUK.) COURIER NKWS Corpus Christi Starts Cleanup of City Mammoth FSA Project Reverts to Forest Area UTTI.K UOCK. Ark., Mny 28. Ull'l—The block of land f-oM by the Fnrm Security Administration In the Arkansas-Mis- slsstppi-ixjulsliuin arcn hits been purchased by n Greenville, Miss man. The Lit He i) OC k pg A oiiloe li:i.s aimomia'd sale of 32.310 news of cutover timbcrlnml In Issnquena comity, Miss., to Henry T. Crosby of CireenvHlc, for $108,231, rcprc- linn tlie oriKhml cost to the cu- ojw ntlvc plus taxes nnil Interest. C o.sby plnus to develop Ihe !uml InU n permanent forest. It was hnsed by Ihe FSA for division fitmlly-Ktw fnrms and sold in PAGE Corpus Christ I, the second city In Texas lo led Ihe weight or a strange miilady, starts to cleanup the city us a preventalive measure. First on the list came garbage and refuse which Is usually dumped near the out-skirls of the city. Here a worker spreads oil on n pile of rubbish before he sets fire to It. Oil is used to insure its complete destruction when It is burned, iNKA Telepholo,) i two musicians exchanged notes on gins about June 1. (heir profession and parted firmly | The pilots will search out the convinced the fantastic coincidence schools, radio the plant, which in would never be repented. . [turn will mcssnge the fishing {leal Bui the Chief appeared again. '. th e e.xact s[)ot of the schools. this time beating the drums o* a ' , circus parade in Jackson, Mich., I Arrests or girls under 21 in- 'some six years later. Gale and his | creased 109.3 per cent last year wife happened lo be spectators, over the last peacetime year ol A Outside the chief's ilrcsstnK room, ( G!ile humincd the first few bnrs of the chant he had first heard in ! Philadelphia.. '' Chief Tevi promptly bounded . from the room wearing a broad smile of recognition for his old friend. Planes lo Spot Tuna NORTH BEND. Ore. (UP)—Tun,I fistienuen, plying Oregon's costal waters for the prized albacore, will no longer have to perch u man in a crow's nest to spot the tuna schools. Packing plants here will employ airplanes from a local airport to I sjxH the schools when the run be- 1U41. while arrests of males under 21 decreased 1 per cent. FOR SALE Concrete Culvert- Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. <i1 ;i( Stale Line I'him: Blytheville 7M hiniRo lends all other cities lit .he world In the innnnfiiclurc of ron and steel and their |)i'o<lucl.i. Dial 474 and We'll Pick up Your • DRY CLEANING • LAUNDRY NU-WA LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS 21H-20 No. Second ceo I'd ui ice with federal legislation rlii); such projects to Us llqul- mil illllvcrw In truckn. H«<l Crow Orey Ludlts distributed tltt tlowtra to the hospital winds. Kirs! Woonw fur V«t» FOHT LEWIS, Wash. <UI')—Tlie muiy beauty of the Piiyallup Valey's daffodil fields wns brought to h ( . Madlgan Clenenil Hospital by he distribution of 40,000 of the 'alley's (list blooms. Bach of more him 3,000 patients received an Individual bouquet. The hospital flowers were doii- iled by (lie Valley Hull) drawers Head Courier News Want Adi Of 174 tl*« . with popuUUoo* 5,000 Mid »,000. protection outtldc Uxlr llmlU. J. LOUIS CHERRY New York Life Insurance Co. Insurance Alk. IT PAYS 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 (or the original tractors. They will fit and wear and give the same long satisfaction as the originals. So why take a chance on substitutes? Give us a list of the parts you need and we'll get them ready fqr vou> DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY BlyrhsvilU, Ark. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES, PARTS AN SERVICE MOW ftfNUEHC WITHOUT TKli IAIEL _ ' Let freedom ring for Jhe American mal«...for here's the tie that doesn't 1 bind..4Fold Palm Beach Ties by Beau "' Brummell. Always...all ways rightj 75* JOE ISAACS Phone 2001 We Deliver HAYS STORE 200 E. Main Blytheville, Ark. Quality Merchandise For Better Values Courteous Service GROCERY SPECIALS DOTATAFt K«"T, ium ph 745 rVlMlvLJ No. 1 Quality — 100 Lbs. J FLOUR WR-80X . Plain or Self Rising 25 Ib.Sack--1.35 50 Ib. Pr. Bag 2.65 Hardware and Household Needs HARVEST KEGS 2 Gnl. 1.95 3 Gal. 2.25 CRISCO - - - - - - - 3 Lb. Jar 75c MINCE MEAT "Brandled" - - Pint Jar 35c RAISINS, Dessirt Seedless - - 15oz.box15c PICKLES, Sour or: Oil! !i; - *; I -JH : 0a|pn 98i: BEANS, Great Northern i* * ^ |5 Lb. Satk 175 BEANS, Mexican Style in Chili Gravy, No. 215c SARDINES, Tall Can 13c - - -- - 2ior25c CHILI, without Beans, Van Camp's, 11b. can 29c Pork Brains, Cooked with Mile Gravy - - 17c PEANUT BUTTER, Canova - - - - Quart 59c jTOMATO CATSUP, Brooks, 14 oz. 19c, 2 for 35c PRESERVES, Hunt's Pure Peach, 16 oz. jar 29c IPEACHES, Evaporated Lb. 35c KRAUT, Gold Kist, No. l\ 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 £. k . No. 2 Can 14c; Case 3.19 PEAS Wi! ±fs'l, No. 2 Can 14c; Case 3.19 HOMINY, Van Camps, No. U can; 15t; case 3.55 RED KIDNEY BEANS, No. 2 Can 13c; - Case 2.98 MOPS HomiK.% Gixxl Ones Kuch 69' ELECTRIC JUICER M Ark J0B £ MB8ter 9.95 RADIO BATTERIES Every ready C AC 1000 Hour Wi9« LAMPS KcroHcrie, Complete Only PUMP PIPE Galvanised fc" PUMP POINTS 16 Iheh ' ! ' .,,' / ? « HOUSEHOLD SPRAY, DDT ADDED Pint25c Quort45c Gallon 1.25 WORK CLOTHES For Men and Boys Largest assortment of well known brands, Tuf-Nuts, Dickies, and Duck- Head. . . DRY GOODS Just Received A l;irj;c shipment of Comforlsi Each assortment Chenille Jted S|»rc;ids Use our l.ayaway Plan. 11JI STAR BRAND SHOES A Large Assortment \ Notions and Cosmetics These prices good for Friday, Saturday and Monday, May 24, 25 and 27. Subject to stock on hand. W« m*rv« tfc« light .*• limit quantity,

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