The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1947 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 2, 1947
Page 11
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FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1SM7 BLYTHEVILI-E (AUK.)' COUHIKK NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Manufacturers Under Pressure President Stresses Necessity for Cuts in Costs to Consumers AUGUSTA, G:\.. May 2. IUP> — Cotl^iv ^manufacturers were told todii^.^Vit the ^ovemmcnt hud "Inlnrod diligently" [o prevent dumpily of surplus textile i;ooJs at low prices. Miij. Grn. Robert M. Littlejohn, Win- As.sets administrator, made the stati'nient in an address to the American Cotton Manufacturers association. Littlejohn disclosed that textile fabrics valued at S201.COa.CCO in acquisition cost had heen declared surrlus by the Army and Navy since July 1. 1045. 'Approximately C5 per cent consisted ol woolen and \vorsted fabrics and 35 ncr cent bciti^ cotton, synthetics and silk la'cric.s. To date. Littlrjilm said.. WAA lias sold si3B.roooao worth of the total for S93.CC0.003. representing a. >;iles recovery rate of 57 t>'?r cent. Me said tile Army and Navy had requested about half of the remaining inventory, which they previously had declared surplus. li'llvim; WA'A with only $21.COO,0:0 worth cf fi-hrics which are now on .sale or will be put up for saic snon. The remaining inventory. Little- ji;hn said, consist mainly of heavy woo! material, cotton dack and tent twills, and various military type fabrics. In general, LiUlejohn said, surplus textile fabrics have represented excellent "buys" in relation to the competitive civilian market, "but tlie administration lias labored {i\Rcntly in its efforts to prc- vetityc^inpinc; of goods at ridicu-1 lously^^'.v prires which would obviously "retard civilian production." Littlejolm said WAA so far had sold over IQ.OCCKCO yards of wool mrlron. serges and flannels; over; yards of cotton, herringbone twill and uniform drill; over l!).OCOrS3 yards of cartridge cloili "ml light cotton fabrics; over -3.- COI.OOo yards of rayon, nylon and silk fabrics; nnd over 5.CCO.C03 yards of poplins, sateens and si- lesia. Kvcry effort, he said, had been made to uti!:/,^ rxr;ort markets in dir;:osal of dilficult-to-movo typ:s of textile fabrics. Garsson Trial Begins Truman Won't Let Senate See Roosevelt Files WASHINGTON, Mlly 2. <Ul>) President Triiiniiu has flatty rc- lusi-cl to permit the Semite War Investiija'.ina Committee to search the files of the late President Hoosevelt for documents pertinent, to ils .Saudi-Arabian oil Inquiry, llu 1 commMec disclosed yesterday. The committee .said Mr. Truman lias offered. Instead, to have exe?- iHcr.s of ilie Hooscvelt estate Uncurb ihe liles and sii]>ply copies letters, documents or papers can be inudu available upon uest hy the President. In IK'. I»K. '"t'he Wim Auyu'ay Kdwtn Dickursnn'ji palnt- 1-Mssil Hunters," svn.s a- wiinlcii SMO second |>rl«c! ill the National Academy, New York City, allhonr.h it hiul been hung wronn side tip Less ihan 20.000 X'OO people speak Es|KTi«mn, only livinu Inteinatlonul of "relevant" to tac committee's vi'slii;alion. The committee pit inn chaiRes tV, f30.t)'J3.CCO too mill oil during l.-ie w Tile committee Rotwi'volt library is now investl- t the Ni\vv "i'i'l i fur'Middle East r. lid p:l|X'rs ill tin t Hyde I'ark, N. Read Cdinlcr News YVnnt Ails. KEYS MADE Locks Opened ami Repaired. Door Checks or Overhauls. For Service Oill JIMMY "HI'KCK" 15ROCK nt Chisum's Bike Shop 1M So. Third St. J'lioilu Ml) Dr. Jack Webb Physician & Surgeon Announces the Opening of His Office Lynch Building Come To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothet Open 7 M. m. Close 5:.'!0 p. in. Tuesday uud Thursday Open 323 North 2nd St. Till 9 o'clock Hlytheville, Ark. 1 l''or tlie (leneritl I'rat'lice of Medicine * Office I'Jtone 21HI Residence.2G35 ! Dr. Henry Garsson, left, nnd his brother, Murray Uar.sson. extreme right, arrive at the Federal Court in Washington to InC'.- eharnes of conspiracy to defraud the u .S. Government. With them, center, is Charles MarBiotti who heads the defense counsel for tiic braiders and Joseph Freeman, one ol their lop aides. (NEA Telephoto.) Hollis Orders Dual Probe at State Hospital UTTL-E ROCK. Ark . May 2. (UP) —Fiscal affairs of the State Hospital fo r< Nervous Diseases are behn: Invest:-£ied from two angles, it •was rivaled today. Both ! checks were revested by Dr. N. T. Hollis. newly named by the hoard as superintendent at the institution. One fnvcsiigntlon was being made by Pillaski A'oseclitor Kdwin Dunaway and was -started last March first after Dr. Hollis reported he had learned of an "apparent shortage at the hospital." Neither Hollis or Dunaway would coaiment on the nature of the shortage. The second ehcek was started recently by the state comptroller's office and was said to be roulinc due to the ehangins; of business administration at the hospital. Three Injured as Bull Stampedes in New York NEW YOHK, May 2. (UP) —A 2,000-pound bull broke loose from a west side slaughterhouse yesterday and went on a rampage through crowded streets a few blocks from Times Square before the crazed animal was shot and killed nnd three persons were injured, including a man who' was hit by a policeman's bullc: intended for the bull. The animal pot as far as Broadway and 39th street, an intersection teeming with rush hour crowds, where it injured two persons. Jack Trcitert, 54. of Teaneck. N. J., and Mrs. Rose Gradenest, 58, o( Brooklyn. Thou the enraged bull turned nnd bounded Ils way to Ninth Avenue and 3(Jth Street, several blocks a- \vay. where hurried police finally caught up with it nnd felled it with a barrage of Entire. One of the bullets ricocheted nnd struck Max Schneider. 50, of Brooklyn, in tile arm. Tvvo other s'iray bullets went through ttic plate glass window of a nearby hardware store. For Complete Protection Against All INSURABLE HAZARDS Phone 3545 W. J. POLLARD AGENCY Glcncoc Hotel Bldg. 124 W. Ash St. CLUB 61 Formerly Midnite Inn Open Nightly for Dancing Orchestra Tuesday and Friday Kites If you wunl to have a niee lime ijuiolly, bring (he jjiH friend to the new (51 GLUH, formerly tin; lUidnite Inn. Here, you'll rind ({ood music and good friendship . . , ;md ,'ou'tl enjoy our 8 piece band. Come on out, .von't von'.' Under New Management! Call 944 for reservations Couples and Parties Only Owned uiul Opcrulod by George Ford and W. A. (Red) Bickcrstoff Cumbersome Nose The proboscis monkey, of Uor- ( nno, lias i\ nose thai continues to . grow in length. II is so long that the animal must hold it to one side when eating. This monkey may bo the original "wild man of Borneo.'* FARM LOANS / Prompt BwrUa RAY WORTHINGTON Tanc in rmdentinl Program Sunday at 4 p.m. ovtr WREO Serving This Section for Zl Yean 115 So. 3rd nijlhevlllc, Ark. Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Savings Low Net Cost Protection For Service , W. L. TAMKE I 408 E. Davis St., f. O. Box 431 ', [ Phone 2187 Hlytheville, Ark. I BOB MALONE • Plaster • Stucco • Concrete Phone 3998 Save 50% Chopping Expense | Plant Chemically Dclintcd, Fn7/-Frec COTTON SKK1) >: Have IMoncy—(i to 10 Lbs. per Acre. Any eon), pea orj • > • Itcan planter will plant these smooth, .slick cotton -seed. > ; Can^P-: jilowcd 5 to 0 days after planting. ; ROWDKN .1115 — STONKVILI.K 2C — 1) I' & L 11 = For Sale Uy JBLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORPJ I Phones 856-857 Blan Heath Leads The Field WEEK... LUGGAGE TOYS GIFT GOODS c, Toys, Gift Goods . . . incliulinj; famous (n IIIVH you'll find America's hcsl . . . sold al (lie NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All debtor.s to the eslale of Dr. C. C. Stevens may liny their accounts at lltilibnnl Furniture Company . . . books will be held open there until all accounts are cleared. I'loane pay promptly, as wo would like to settle etitalu a.s soon as possible. . ' Mrs. C. C. Stevens '.'.*•'.'.*'.'.*'.'.*.'.*'.'.•*'.'.*', >!>iy>! >!>!>"*'.>! ]*!'•'>!'»"«'.]+!>'>!'»',>;!*:>;>;>;>"*"•;>!>"«"•; >"«"*"*', >!.*!>^*;.*.'*r.v Available in Yard or Carload Lots -DELIVERED- name brands of merchandise arc ;ill Jjuitif; at 50^ off! If you wan! ;i fine gift, for Mother's Day . . . jjet it dirl cheap at our nlorc. You'll find cx<|iiisile perfume sets, makeup kits, water sots, beat aluminum trays, water HC(S and nearly everything conceivable that comes under the gift heading. lowest prices in years. Dolls, fruclis, (rains, games, Chem Cra r t Ncl.s, Hadrninlon Ki'bi, Tennis Rackets— nil (he things that go to make life enjoyable for both young and old. Then, too, if you're going on a trip . . . don't miss our luggage. Made of (he finest (liialily leathers, you'll be amazed at tiic low prices offered on such superior merchandise! All Small Radios 25% OFF VALUES IN PLUMBING Alien Oil Burning HOT WATICR HKATKRS, Reg. §1 (!!).:>(), now VALUES IN FANS •18" HUNTKR ATTIC KAN S25G.OO Value, only 195 Work Done Right" CALL 474-475 Cofd Storage for Furs and Woolens NU-WA I.AWRY-CLEKNERS KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 •The GUI Reliable" G. O. POETZ ro.r Hn.reo ol 1'KTKOLEUM Dependablo Hcrvlce PRODUCTS' Office RR at Cberr; With Cast Iron Porcelain Tub COMPLKTE BATHROOM, Only . . Ready Kor Installation COMMODKK, Were 510.50, Now . •12" Single Drain, Porcelain Top LYONS SINK, Was 5107.95, Now 165" 2.1" HUNTER PKDKSTAI, KAN ?IOfi.!)5 Value, only 85 00 W HUNTKR PKDKSTA1, KAN ? 155.00 Value, only •12" HUNTKR ATTIC KAN $1!)7.50 Value, only 00 135 165° BICYCLES REDUCED UP TO 25% BLAN HEATH Auto and Homo Supply STORE 419 West Main St. Phone 828 The Triple Diamond Service Emblem above is more dnin ii sign. It means that our mechanics arc International-Trained in the best and latest methods ami practices. It m?aas that we use social International equipment for testing, re- • pairing, reconditioning and proving. It means that the truck parts \vc install arc precision- engineered International Parts. It means, above all, that your trucks—any makes or models—are serviced here with skill and car>; so that they will give the best possible service at lowest cost. Phone now for a service-date—anything from ,a lubrication job to a complete program of pre> .,. vcntivc maintenance. ( . . DELTA IMPLEMENTS Inc. 312 South 2nd Phone 863 INTER N ATI O N AL Trucks

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