The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 17, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 17, 1949
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IT, BLYTHEVUXE couitm mwv FACE SEVEN Europe is Urged To Earn 'Dollars' ECA Chief Say. Few Countries Doing All They Should PARIS. A it B. 17-M>,-Marshall Aid Chief Paul G. Hoffman told Europe tvade leaders today their countries are doing less than they .should to earn their u.S dollars. He spoke at a meeting of the hends of delegations to the Organization for European Economic Cooperation (OBEC) at Us headquarters here. This Is (he 19-area sroup charpcd with dividing up Marshall plan funds. Among those present were W. Avorcll Hai-riman, special Mai-shall plan ambassador to Europe; Sir Ertir.und Hail-Palch, Britain's top delegate to OEEC. an^ Hcrve Ali^hand. head of the Economics Section nf (ho French Foreign Ministry Hoffman said he saw no way to mctl Em-one's chronic dollar slin t ape except hy earning rioilars throne,!! exurots. HP had found, he added, little .evidence that this fact is being .squarely faced except by one or two countries. He did not specify which countries he men tit. At a news conference Hoft'.nnn praised the new British Dollar Ex' port Hoard for living to find additional U.S. nrlvts. He also said then tliBt Belgium was doing \vovk on this line. He told the OEEC delfsates that there is a great need for their governments to give their manufacturers incentives "to win and hold a place in that (American! market." First, he said, there must be a willingness to earn more dolhirs; then the United Stales would 5(ie aljout how it could give this effort technical help. Alphnnd asked for details on ho» sitch aid would he given. Hoffman = replied that when a specific Eu- ! Memphis and Mr. and Mis. Ollie ropean Industry showed an interest' Stone oi Steele, Mo., visited Mrs. District Fair's Apiary Exhibits To Hold Interest tor Farmers .Seven beekeei>ers from Arkansas are working with Ray L. McLesier ol Johwr In Hie Apiary Department al the District fair to be held al the Blytheville F-air- prounris, September 20-25. and they •are sending out the word, that no beekeeper i.s too large or too small to loin '.he list of exhibitors. Mr. McLe.ster has asked that all exhibitors should give him nolice of entr\ not later than September 15. The cee.« will be Judged on the quality of products, color and consistency of honey, cleanliness, attractiveness of pack and arrangement ol display. legume* .tnilu, cotton an* which have been pollenlied, and re- sulU shown by figure*, jr»ph», pho- lographs snd sample* of u«d or fruit, with and without pollinitMo. woikliij with Mr. UcLMter include: C. K. Smith at Marked Tree, president of tne Northeast Arkansas Beekeepers' Association, which sponsors the apiary department. C. Thaiton, Iver&on MorrU of Bij-lhville; Vaughn Wilson of Bethesda. J. B. Varner of Lake City, George KssiK of Paragould, j. A. Hi-rrLs of Monetlt and O. C. Osburn of Jone.'~boio, He Indicated that counties might pool their several Items lor a cooperative exhibit 11 they wished. Approximately 1250 will be awarded In cash prizes, wilh prizes for tho commercial exhibits ranging from t£0 to (10 for the lirsi fh-e ranking exhibits, and the various specimen exhibits will include prizes (or white Ivmcy. amber honey, comb honey. bei\s wax. five separate divisions in the culinary sppL-nnans anil U'P equipment will also be judged. One feature of this exhibition will be to give Information (o the public vehitive to pollination. Exhibits here will consist of verified stalemi-m of lie was elecled here yesterday Pine BluHian Cf«cfed FAYKTTEVILLE, Ark.. AUf. 17— M'l—A Pine Hluffian, charle» Gordon, Jr., is new president of the Arkansas Savings and Loan Leafiue Numb«r of Women Alcoholics in U.S. Shows Big Increase PHILADEWHIA, Auj. 17. (API — Women alcoholics and habitual drunlurdc In the United Slate* h»v« Inr.rruM to in all-time high j or aOOOOO, »n ofilcer of the Wo- 1 nun's Christian Temperance Union shown by projection of the nercent- sald today. Mary B. Ervin, vice president at lame o! the WCTU, lolit the organization's executive committee the unreiu increase in women drink victims Is at. the rate of 120,000 a year. The executive committee met prior to the opening of the group's 75th national convention tomorrow. Miss Ervin said the number of u-i;meji alcoholics and drunkards is \ aye of women alcoholics comtnit: ted to n'ental institutions and psy- »lon| with Butler Hays, Little Rock.' chop»lhtc wards of general hospi- vlce-president; Raymun LcdwiriKe, j tab Into tlvj 4,000.000 alcoholics and Hot Springe, reflected secretary; drunkards in the country Mis* Ella Mowr«y. Pifcgot, re-elecl- in; information, placet women alcoholic* it 800.000 a< comp»r«l M G80.000 tht year prevloiuly." Miss Ervin listed >t on< at th« reasons lor increased drlnltinj of liquor among women aa "liquor, wine ana beer advertising that depicts drinking by womeii u soclajly smart ^nd glamoroiw." She gave as other reason*: congestion of bars and liquor stores in residential neighborhood shopping streets; alcoholic beverage depart- menl.s in grocery and drug Atorej and "kitchen atrd basement barroom drinking in the home." rd treasurer, «nd William R. Stuck, Jonwboro, >nd Odys CRslillow, Fort Smith dlrcctori. Read Courier Wewa Want Ads •'Census bureau rejxirts issued last ypur." she said, "show lhat one of The amounts and wave length! of energy coming from hot objects every four of the 37,303 alcoholics I can be computed with a new kind admilt'.d to the tnsihuttons were | of slide rule. Its use make* tup women Projection of 'he same ra- | a process lhat has been long and llo into ll;c- 4.000,000, plus verify- I ledious In the past. DESIGNING sian designer Shaa Davis models the swim suit that look first prize in a recent French-American Designers Guild fashion show al New London, Conn. The suit is a modified version of the f;:med "Bikini" model. Half Moon News in selling more of its products in : ojim Richardson and latnily the United States, an American p,,.,! week, market expert would be found in Hint particular line to show the Europeans how to Increase sales. Little Rock Firm Low ROCK. Allff. 17. </1V-M. £ind L. Construction Company of Little Rock yesterday submitted t^e. low bid of S1470 to the U.S. En- Kineers for repair of the T. A. Gibson levee on the Arkansas River In Jefferson County. Col. T. A. Lane. Little Rock district enaineer. also said the en- [ ul - vs - Rinecr corps has accepted the re- i Mr - and Ml ' s - ollvc vetment built to halt bank erosion j sol! - Bl!i >'. ot Corpus Chnsti. at the Arkansas River free bridge: have relumed home after a J. Pi-z.iiV.lin Gray of Ft. Luuler- llale, F!a., iind Biilie Brake of St. Louis, grandchildren of Mrs. T. Alexiindei. are here to spend the summer with their grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrignn spent the weekend in Union City, Term., n.sitin? relatives Mrs Irviii Alexander has as her guests her mother. Mis. Alice Dillard. her brother. Roland Mayes of Saulsbury, Tcnn., and her sister. Mrs. Vclma Mayes of Hickory Plat. Gra >* and in Jefferson County. The job was done by McGeorize Construction Company, Pine Bluff, a I a cost of about 5300,000. Natural gas pipelines stand pressure of 1,000 pounds per re inch. IF YOU LIKE THE BEST week's visit with Mrs. T, Alexander, Mi- Grjsy'.s mother. Mrs John Richardson and Miss Eariine Richardson visited in Blue Mountain. Mi?s,, the past week with the Rev. G. W. Wages and fami.y. Condition of Coy Twee die is very much iinpiovcd. TRY NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Phone 4474 FOR ALL THAT IS GOOD IN INSURANCE Coll 3361 Automobile (alt forms) RurRlary Business interruptions Dyers * Cleanr s Extended Co** .age Fire General Liability MaHn* (mil forms) Personal Property FloaU.'s Plate Glass Residence l.iahililv Tornado Truck Cargo Windstorm Workmen'* Compensation W. M. BURNS INSURANCE AGENCY SHEET METAL WORK- OF .ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Rroadwny Phone 2651 We Hare a Complete Stock ot Gin and Mill Supplies • Goodrich Belling • Clipper Bell Hooks • Woods Gin Saw Files • Slcam Packing i • I'yrene Extinguishers and Recharges. HUBBARD HARDWARE Co., Inc. >'»in l-hone "PICTURES YOU WILL LIKE" Vour satisfaction aSMirrd on %ll photographic work, including commercial and portrait, FAUGHT'S STUDIO 112 South First ATTENTION MOTORISTS Authorized New Car Dealers HAVE to Give Better Motor Night rhane Ktl Service GTJKSS WOltK IS KIJMINATKI) WHEN YOU HAVK YOUR KKI'AIK WOltK DONE HV A DKAI.BH AUTHOItlXKI) TO HANDI.K THK MAKE OK CAR YOU OWN. REGARDLESSOFTHEAGEOFYOUR CAR, WHEN IT NEEDS REPAIRS TAKE IT TO THE DEALER WHO IS AUTHORIZED TO SELL AND REPAIR THAT MAKE. YOUR DEALER OFFERS: FACTORY-TRAINED MECHANICS FACTORY APPROVED METHODS FACTORY TESTED EQUIPMENT \vr, AUTHOUI/KI) NK\V CAK DKA1.KRS KNOW THB CAR WE SEI,I. "INSIUK OUT." WHKN SOMETHING GOKS WRONC: WITH YOUR CAR, WE CAN PUT OUR KINGER ON THE SORE SPOT. WE HAVE COMPLETELY EQUIPPED SHOPS, TRAINED MEN, TESTED AND APPROVED TOOLS AM) EQUIPMENT TO GIVE O.UICK AND DEPENDABLE REPAIR SERVICE. "IT'S A MUST" WE AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS HAVE TO MEET RIGID, HIGH REQUIREMENTSOFTHECAR MANUFACTURERS WHEN WE ARE CHOSEN TO REPRESENT THEM IN THE FIELD. TO KEEP THIS DEALERSHIP WEMUST ALWAYS LIVE UPTOTHE REQUIREMENTS—MAINTAIN AT ALL TIMES THE EQUIPMENT AND MANPOWER ESSENTIAL TO DOING A FIRST CLASS REPAIR JOB. PLAY SAFE! LET YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER DO YOUR REPAIR WORK BUICK Langjton-McWottn Buick Co. CHEV.-CADILLAC Sullivan-Nelson ChtrroUt Co. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH T. I. S«ay Motor Co. DESOTO-PLYMOUTH Motor Salts C«. DODGE-PLYMOUTH BlyMi«rillt Motor Co. FORD Phillip* Motor Co. KAISER FRAZER 61 Motor Co. LINCOLN-MERCURY Still & Young Motor Co. NASH Shclton Motor Co. STUDEBAKER Chamblin Sale* C*.

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