The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 30, 1947
Page 10
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PAGE TEN BIA'THEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APKfi, 30, 1947 Airline Mergers Advocated for US Pan-American Official Expresses Fear of .Soviet Competition WASHINGTON 1 , April 30. (UP) — , Juan T. Trippc, president of Pau \ American Airways, said today nus- •i;ia is making "tremendous strides" in aviation and within a few years wili be this . country's competitor in international air He made tlic statement in testimony before the House Commerce Committee on proposals to mcrgo alUU. 3' international Air carriers In a single "flag" line. Trippe favors -tliis plan. r£!ie question of Russia was raised . by Rep. John W. Heselton, H. Mass., who asked about the possi- bilfty of internalional air coniye- titi'on from the- Soviet Union. Trippc said Pan American officials in China and Turkey, as wel as ''Army anrt Navy officials, li;« told Mm of tli c grcal strides Rus : ?ia is making in Aviation. He sale the: Soviets now have about 51),- GCO.-mi'.es oi domestic air route:, He .]: re dieted they soon will ex l>iUid abrond. Firemen Lose Clothing as Station Burns But Move Trucks to Safety HICKORY, N. C., April 30. (UP) —The Hickory Fire Station was badly damaged yesterday by fire- The flames gained so much headway bci\iro they were discovered that firemen were able to save lew, of their personal effects. j The fire trucks \vere removed safely but firemen lost most of their extra cloDiiug when the flames destroyed their .sleeping ciuartcrs. Tho alarm fvstcm and the department switchboard also were burned out. Fire Chief Danald Shuford said '(ho blaze in a storage room adjoining ' sleeping quarter. 1 ; in the two- story building. Surtfcry by Kemote Control BOSTON (UPl—Tlie crew of Hie Norwegian whaling vessel Knlu Kmidsen set the fractured lei; of their boatswain's mate while radioed instructions were given to them by Brighton Marine Hospital doctors: 310 miles n Yearling Club in Cleveland Aids Alcoholics To Find Selves and Build New, Useful Lives tliat 75 per cent of those" who go out within six weeks fail, while 90 per cent or more who stay three montlis make the grade. "Our turnover Is great—almost 300 a year." the major said. "And we even have to make rcserva- Uons." Then when a man Is sober for a full year and still wishes to lie associated with the home, lie Is initiated Into the Yearling Club, which currently lias IB members. Two Killed, One Unhurt As Truck Leaves Road DYEHSUUIIG, Tenn., April 30. Ul 1 *—Two persons were killed and mother escaped injury yesterday when the truck in which they rode eft the highway near here. The dead were Identified as Warren. 20, nyer.sbmn, and Cooper, JG, .Jenklnsville, n. A third occupant of the k was thrown clear am] un- ired. Investigating officers said. Army Says Federal Court Should Not Interfere V/ith WAC's Conviction nrrivul inspects his ioelter M>c> only Alciihollcs Anony- iintl hi ll:r rminlrv wlmc [ i ill i I l I ,,<Uui m-mf^f '/fmm^-' v:ird Ijiiw KcSiool, hud ; lic-i* Unit brought hljn home :md a nc'Vrr <J|-:nih an til )io was Ti_. In tlir ei(.:li1 years thai I olio wed. he once foimd himself pushhij; :t inop in I lie aleoliohc \\\\n\ nf a charity hospital. Fof a Mino he a tjiia rt o| wh (in y and 1 LI kiii" ;!0 uniins of ' id out. ebaieri, despondent . They are hopeless men all miKlei n scieiu i s have proved Dial, this ;: .iid iMaj. rcler .1. Vlof- li'ai'l 1 man. brad <>( the men's home lieli joined with A. A. for the him to i -")'•'•'• home I Intel'f . l .',ed men < ome h'om jails l u . : \\'orklnuiM v s. Hop hnuso.s, ; Adi-1: while j.eliuu; i «'i- ":ikid LOV:" ureas. Alcoholics Anon- i 'I'hey arc i;lvcn a paying job ill i Ihe a bed. I'.ood meals., nied- lilack Market lilts Funerals I'RAGUB. CzechosluvaV.iii (UP) — The black market stops at nuTn- | ing. in lieroun. near Prague, even WASHINGTON, April W. (UP) - funerals^jjot Involved in it. The Federal Judge PrcctX)! 1 yesterday took under advisement the Armvs i argument thai the Federal couris J should not interfere wMi the con- , district committee lined a local priest for charging too much for church services In funerals, and a funeral parlor for deinaiuliiiK 7,275 crowns (145.50) for a simple home funeral. viction of former Kathleen IJurant. VMC Ca;>t. AAAA CERTIFIED BABY CHICKS A complete lino of poultry feed. Battery fed fryers— Kathleen Urn-ant. , ,,, ly thcm O) , {wL Ar^^USafr'hcrV"' }; OU1 ™ WANTED: 1 hen or truck load. in the theft of ihe nesse crown | j Open til i) Saturday evening, S to 10 ii. in. Sundays Plenty of Parking Space LEWIS POULTRY Jewels and was sentenced to nvujj years at hunt Inbur in Germany, i She seeks n writ of habeas corpus. I .Her husband, Col. Jack, j J also is nil trial for the theft ol 11 the Jewels from an aiu-ient U"''- J man castle. 1 • Phone 01!) 110 Knsl Miiin St. ,0ne drawback 'cattle breeders f'nd. to selective breeding is that me high-bred cattle produced do :iol live as IOIIK or bear as ninny calves as the plebeians of the species- NEA Ol.KVELANI) iNKAi.—Alcoholie.'i Anonymous and OH- .'xilvatinn Army teamed up lo tonit tin sive chili to help men find way back innu "-Skid Kow." The YirarliiiK Club, wliic ed in Cleveland and 1'hiladelphl and nov: has ntiits in m:nv than eastern cities, is limited to rx- alcLiliolic.s. Mi'mhCT,Oii|i r; Automatic and is panted as u "In birthday" celebration |nr former (heir first full ye:ir of sobriety. How Hie club' operate,; Is .shown in the story a (iO-ycar-old man loUt at Ihe "blrlliday party" mailani; his membership. This man. a graduate of the University or California and Mar- COTTON FOR D P & L 14, Delinted and Treated High Germination Only a Few Tons on Hand Blytheville Delinting Corp. So. 2nd St. Across from Armory ATTENTION FARMERS 'You Can Now Get 100% Coverage On Your Crops Against Hail Storms! This may bo a year of lioavy liiiil storms. We roprcsont the larjjnst and oldest Hail Storm Insurance Cnnipany iinil with the highest rating Special representative will tie iii Rlytlicville find vicinity for a limited lime to lake applications. Call, write or phone NOW for particulars—No obligation! UNITED INSURANCE Phone f)10 A. F. 1>IKTR!C!I, RlaniiH-er Over Guard's Jewelry Store "Everytliiiiji In Insurance." th ill could live mural aid yinon.s. Tlie:;e :\ re 1 1 1 e 01 1 ly A . A . nil il in wlik-li Ihe member:; ]i\e tor^elh- j er, Tho un mt-n in Ihc Cleveland liome liK'liule rolleyr graduates, ecu I raelrn s, hi IM in 'is, businessmen, wliitr rollur wrrkeis :0i<l pixil'rs- ,*-'t'>n:il i urn, \Vhile "HI 1 ruining," (hey rr;pfdr 'anil m;u;e fui-tiittu'f, ntn a .-.ales sloro, cdllect and ));)1c mnro Hi an six miUiini tons ^Jf |-;i, ])er e a el i yea r. \\ 1 1 d do 1 1 u-i r o\vn Phones 2Sr>0—S(;0 E'ach,man is takes a thro*' months I' in AJ\. fimdatnen- tals. I'lurh case is treated separn',.-ly on il.s ov,'n merit. KvrntusiHy, ihe "new" men leave tlir home. iKnrn (o their ramilirs and nki jol>.^. Some tiomeless men, biT;ni>e of their iiU' 1 . enutiiuiR lo live and work at Use home. NO mnn i:; emnpellod to slay, are Hut Major Hofman's records show Start saving your Grand Prize and Tast-Gocul Coffee jnrs. They arc ideal for canning. Gl.xss cumituics to be slion this year, and when canning season .irrivei you niay IH- dtsap- pointed. These jars will come in mn;lity h;indy. The-)' me designed ro use the No. 63 Hume Canning Kids which yon can secure from ihe grocer who y o u w i t li your G rn ml Prize or Tail- Good Co flee. "Tlic men who rnun If you linven'J done so a/reody, change fo Grand Prize or Tosf-Good for complete coffee enjoyment and economy*. BOTTIEO UNDER AUTHORliy OF IHE COCA-COIA COMPANY 6V COCA-COLA BO'lTl.ING W.V111!-:V1L1J CHAMBLIN SAL Sales — Studebaker —Service Cars nnd Trucks of Outstanding Quality and Kcnnomy -yV- Kxpcrl Auto and Truck Sow ice if Motors Rebuilt if l^.lecfi'io Weliling •A- Tractor Repairs We sppciali/e in truck service, any malic, any nioilel. (lur )':iinl anil Rudy Shop is romjilclc . . . brins yimr car lo us for Ihe besl all-around work anywhere. CinnplHi- Line uF Slinh bukrr 1'urts. othei 1 makes, too! NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL —We Have Severn! Good Used Cars For Salo— CHAMBUN SAL R. R. & Ash Sis. I,KX CHAJMISMN I'lionc 21<ir. C!I.\i\IUI,!iN I GATEWOOD GR >; >; Ark.-Mo. Stale Line i on the left at the Arch ^ Crown Kinsey Schcnlcy Philadelphia . . Three Feathers HHI& Hill Old Taylor . Four Roses . . . . !i rt. 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.^0 4.50 £ Beer S GAS, reg >; ;J Cigarettes per Case $3.35 17.9c; ........ Ethyl 19.9c per carton $1.55 A>:>:>*x>;>;>*x>*x>ix>*>'>!>">i>"^ Washable Wallpaper 3s; k ;rnBt.ron Now 24 c ^i" a Gel WaslialiU 1 Wallpaper for your linmc anil save. ^O^r r.x/r(7 in \\ : :inl \\cckl Tlic?c <spnrkliii!!, new pallcrns slay; longer . . . llicy'rn actually washable'. A pattern for every room in your home. Don 1 ! wnil! C.lioosc llie patterns you waul at Wanls! BETTER WALLPAPER FOR LESS AT WARDS! SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY * EARLY MATURING ..Foundation Slock—Direct From 1'rceder Recent tnsL proved yields 3 to r> morn Imshols per acre and stands up better than Kalsoy. BlythevilSe Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Alain Phone sr-r>-sr>7 BOATS FOR SALE Mode in Blytheville by MIKE MERONEY CYPRESS and PLYWOOD The itlcM bont for the, Hip I.nfce nrea. ir:nnlin:ute. slnttly cmistrurtinn—»Tily the besl inatcriiils are iised in ilirsn liri.its. Sec them NOW! Now on Display at The BlytheviHe Motor Cosrspcsny Today's Water Foi 1 Tomorrow's Pep ^ V° l! ^''el riiudown, if your syslrni stvin; ,s Kis'i. ilrink Ihe celel)inl«l M«tinl:iin Vull-y Mine Water- il is a nntunU nid for fmilty ;i.<s\:nil;'i ;11K ' ''liiniiuition. Mountain V.illoy assists llp> k neys, sloiiKuh and blonder to [nnc-tion in'op-'riN-. rn lastiiiB . . . not. a laxative. Call or Write Toilay fur 1'irr l!ooUlct CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP MMn Illvision illc, Ark.

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