The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1946 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 6, 1946
Page 9
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THURSDAY, JUNK 6, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE NHCB lirborne Wins llish Derby Dork Horse Races Ahead of Favorites At Epsom Downs. EPSOM, Surrey, June 0. (UP I—O. E. Ferguson's Airborne, nielli., like anything but the 50 to 1 shot i« was In the betting, won Die 167th annual running of tho EHS- Lsh Derby fit historic Epsom Downs ycstertlny defeating lord I Derby's favored Gu\( Strenin )jy n ength. Tom Wiley's Radiotherapy was third hi the mile mid a " half classic which attracted a crowd or nearly 500,000, Including the King and Queen and members of (he royal family, to the green Surrey Downs for the first iwaccliine running or the Derby In six yea is Radiotherapy, B to I In the bet- hiff, was three lengths behind Gulf Glrcnin, the winter book fnv- oritc who closed at 7 to 1. Rlrtdcn expertly by the veteran Harry Wagg, Airborne ran Ihe mile and a hnir in 2:4-1 3-5, con- Isidcrcd good time in view of the learly morning rain which drcncch- led the track. It was estimated that $40,000,000 vas bet on the race in tho winter •books and with the thousands ol •bookmakers at the track, but un- Ilike the derbies before the war, Ithere wern no sweepstake ticket. 1 : Ion this one sold In the United letates. Follows Pop lift assassin bxiR wears a suit o! •convict -stripes. There arc nhou' 12000 species in this family, inosL • which feed oil the bodic.s of oilier •in sects. Clotin Lloyd, nbo\'e. 22-yenr-olc ti;uiyhtcr of fnmctl coined inn Hnrold L\oyd. plans lo make screen sinning a family tradi- Uon. She recently made her debul in new-' (ilin,"Bella Donna," Guilders Goods Will Be Scarce "or Two Years BUFFALO, N. Y. June 0. (UP> —Housing Expediter Wilson W. Wyatt charged today dial black larkets and Abnormal distribution f building materials are retarding he government's emergency hous- g program. Wyult told i\ Chamber oC, Coin- nerce meeting that biilUHm: sup- iliPs will continue to be scarce or the next two years despite substantial increases lu production As a big step forward in the administration's housing program foi veterans, Wyatt pointed out thai :he National Housing agency thV week started giving premium pay ments, retroactive to June 1, t' loft plywood, structural clay nix gypsum paper liner Industries. Congress Has Petty Problems Just Like the City Fathers Do HY 1 Kl:i)i:KK'K C. OTIIMAN lulled I'ress Staff <'urr«i>ondcnt WASHINGTON, June B. tin 1 ) — irnltcd about our land seems to be the Idea that Congress considers nly big staff like Intenuitlonul otm, labor l«ws, uml the atom bomb. I hasten to report that it considers the transportation roubles of Gordon M. Atherliolt. Half » dozen taxicubs passed, lim by one recent, rulny mornlns on WusbtiiKtan's MacArthur Blvd. fie waved his ncwspaoer at all six, too, and what did he get for bis trouble? Mud .splashed on his pants Tills has sol to stop. Congress Is Boliiu to stop it. 1 know because I slM?nt the morning with a sub- coininltte 0 of the House District Committee, which Is IryliiR to i'B- Spidcr "Earthquakes" Spiders arc one of the greatest, annoyances to the men who study caithquukes. The 'creatures enter lightly .sealed instruments and record earth tremors proportions. of astounding One-fifth of the people accidentally killed in the United States die Father Requests Lashing of Son" By Court Order FORT SMITH, Ark., June 5. (UP) —Sebastian Circuit Judge J. Sam Wood today \viis considering a rc- by a Little Hock father that his son be whipped in public rather than to serve a jail sentence on a felony charge. The judcc was iiskcil to follow the example in Pulaski Circuit Court Saturday when Judge I-aw rcnce C. Aiilen authorized 20 lashes for three Cam]) Robinson soldiers who pleaded guilty to a s of burglaries In Little nock. Judge Wood refused to identify the defendant or if he will comply request. ;rh'or doesn't dare Bel drunk even vlii'n his cab Is liilil up because hu s Nusprutieil for 30 days nnd this :osls him maybe »250. Hut when a xillccinun (jets ciriink II only costs Hin a $25 (In und ubo hu stays on the payroll." 'rii e applause, to use a conservative word, was thunderous. J. V. Jewell, a |K)rtly cabbli', snld (ho capital's cabs were Jitney buses. Jack nallon, taxi miiKiiale who looked dignified like 11 congressman, wasn't much help. He siild thu runnier of cabs should be limited, but he'd be durncd If he could li'll Confess how. Willlnin A. Fiye, a serious citizen who has been drlvlnn cabs here for 2G years, said that anybody tnrludlnt; MncAvlhur Ittvd, "Cull u|) for a cab," he IcsllMed, "but it never eunics, stuiul on Ihe street cornel 1 and try l« flag one down nnA Hie odds nrc (Ivo to <mu It IUIKSI'S you by. Arc there.' cmmijli cabs lire, or aren't there?" Dei). McMlllrm Milil Ihul was Ihe question, nil iH'.hl. AlhviUm loUl iiboiil the sis cubbies In a row who uiivi- him the splash Irpulnu'ul. He tm>k llielr nmnlK'i's and he kick. vA ID the. city commissioners, but, simii'how Ills complaint not los. Some of (ho witnesses shouted ,u him, The clmh'iimii banned Ills navel. Thi' SI. units City hall was no different. Now yon know. Congress worries about nearly everything. Make Thrlr Own llablcs under five monllis of mjc manuracturo 'their own vitamin O, iccurdlnu to KnuUsh stli'nllsts. The mwer to do this decreases until, lire out a solution to the I of ill laxl crisis. That Is my kind of lawmaking. I cun uiulevslnml It. Cab service around town was little worse than usual, because BOO hackers wero under the crystal lo ^ chandeliers of the House caucus' Room trying to help Hep. John t-. McMillan of H. C.. and his sub- •ommlttcc inakr up their niltids. There was considerable yelllni! (rc- mimlful of the days when I re- eorclctl Ihe deliberations of the St. Louis, Mo., Hoard of Aldermen) and testimony strong cncniigh to crumple the nonchalance of the cops. The problem was this: Should Congress limit the capital's cabs to their present 7,000, or let 'cm multiply like tin jack rabbils with vcllow ears? Driver Ed Williams hart perhaps the best .solution: Too innny people own nutomoblles. This cuts Into the cab business. Limit the number of motorists. That will make more customers for inon: taxlcabs. "Furthermore," Uc said, " u cab who tried to buy a cub now was a sucker for the finance companies. Numerous other cub men nave evidence of a similar helpful nature. Then came tlia gray-halii'd mid well pressed ineslilcnt. Ather- of (he MiicArtbur Blvd. UHI- Whut, this city needs, ho said, Is tnxlcab services (o till .sections, nt Uic age of 14 months, H entirely. Apiiroxlinntcly Z&Ofun Ameri- canii arc 111 every day of the year, • Kle«i> Movements Tcsls conducli'd 111 inttsburyh b) sclentlsls Indk'atcd that the IIVIT- a(!i^ lu'allhy perwm chaniies his \:;>- slttou Iltl Hull's 111 I'ltiht hours of slci'p and that It Is abnormal to sleep without muvlni:, Head Courier News Want For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt for Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION K. M. I.arklu 219 East Main St. Hilen Baby Cliickl $4.00 to S12.00 |wr 10*. 3 <Juy» to 4 wcrks old—At Store Peed* and Supplies. WANTKI» Far and Mirltcd ('orn—All grades. One biLshel up - Oats - Whrut Barley - Alfalfa liny uml 1'oul- try of »ll kinds. Pay top market prices. Elevator Feed Store N. <lth Broadway at UK Criming J. J. Field, Mtr. V '.S .•'•??.?. ^ -51 -LIKE AUTUMN IN ARKANSAS Admiration, a superb blend of choice coffees, gives a lift alike to spirits and appetites. Its fine, mellow flavor delights the most exacting taste. Its delicate, room-filling aro*aia lin- .-,'!*'' ° : " gers throughout the meal. Its heartening richness is such as : t w ,... you have always sought. Buy your first pound today. Begin the habit that thousands find increases with new enjoyment week by week. Serve the finest coffee in America . . . Admiration! FOR MATC1B1L1ESS KcmliinuiK van Kijn(If.Un- I fi^'J) wns not only rt K r ^at painter bul wu* nho ccle- bialcd fur hia ctchiu^q. '&* i^ The winy, tangy» v^hich delights you is a 1»- um ph of the blender so t The secret? EcsylCho.ce, rare , expensive coffees. FOR MATCHLESS fr'lAVORANS) SMOOTHNESS </ Seagrams BLENDED \VIHSKEY 80.8 Piool. Srajnm's 5 down, ny,% Grain Ncultal Spirits. Scagiam's / Crown, 65% Grain Neutral Spitils. Soagiain • Distillers Corporation, Chrysler Buildinj, Ne* York ; \T.--~r*fw3jmm. \ One whiff of that robust, magnificent aroma—and you'll know why Admiration is thoroughly satisfying. That aroma, by the way, is proof too that Admiration is fresh. All the goodness that's blended into this superb coffee goes into your cup. \ / J Buy it. Try it. Compare it v»ith" any coffoe you've ever tasted anywhere. Admiration, you'll agree, is wonderful — the finest cup in America! HOT ENOUGH To G-O Vcs, there will be some new tractors this year. We don't know just how many, but we are sure there won't be enough for everybody. Tfiat's why we're suggesting that you give us a list of the parts you need for your old tractor, just in case you're not able tO | buy a new oneA Vou can't lose, you know . . . any money you spend for parts will, boost your trade-in value. • DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY BlythcvilU, Ark. ^ m McCORMICK-DEERIHS MACHINES, PARTS ANP SERVICE

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