The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1947 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 8, 1947
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THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1017 BLYTHEV11-LE (AKK.)" COUUIKll NEWS Economy Hove Brings Pretest Secretary of Commerce Says Slash in Uudget To Hurt Aviation vr.rox. M ;ly «. IUPI of C'limuciTe W. Avrn'll l s . ;t i' 1 Ln<!uy j;n)]:os[>c! fcml- in his ilepnrtnu'iit menu "« return lo Use dark iifcs of business knowlc'dKl;" n:ut' llliRht tlircalon caminrrrlal aviation with "virtual p-iralysir,." 'Hip House At>i?roi:m! ions Committee slashed $95,932,000 from th 5 eti.m.lC) maiesied by president Trusimn for fi.'-cal 194s! In a stalraimil dis'.nbutcd at pri'ss conference. Hnrriinan .said "The ])roi:os"tl cut would result in a diin-uni of the liBht ttal business and e/ivcrnment require to iir.'ke sound decisions. "H would he ;i return to tile cl:irk n^e.s of business knowledge !'< -i inn:- wlu'n mon> enliKhten ' incut is certainly needed to deal in'.pili^r'iniv wiili ihc critical proo- lenis of today." The c'.m.:mltc.e cut SIO.OOl.OM from Hie funds requested for the Oni! AerouaiuL'S Administration tlif inri-'i'si cul hack. Ili'-rriinan :;aid that would cur- ti'il iir-.t:i!lation of air navigation aids and wcuid require tlie com}).'•:<• ehrniiiaiK:II 01 sur:h programs in Al»:;kn :>nil the Caribbean areas. This, lie sr-id. win have a "pos- si'.'ir advene eljrct on our national (iefc-nrc e.'fsils in tliese areas." Harriinan :<;ticl the cut eliminates the funds for ,ip:rat:on of 143 air- P'nt control towers. To continue opcralis;! of the towers they will Beats Jazz, Opera, Union Dues PAGE ' THIRTEEN ! CP.I! LODK S1APPV 'A'HEN 7 ^f.~ rr2 r^n '%••&% feELa Wficn fc. t I'.urt vj\l "hiirt all -1 \\ r ji\- i.HJuT 1 .'" Inrtcrid. i;il:c- 10 ''Mr,^ r,ncli _iaomiiitf [u cociii:;; ii!cillc:i'.V<i! ]>ov.'i'lor "i't,r :um,/i:i:; i il:i i rtilof. Ciillc<l Mcrllt st LUUy 10 .i,-iX lo Koolli". to rcilcVD cicl-i l inoncy- Georgia Town Is Site For TB Test Vaccine To Be'Used On School Children In War On Disease WASHINGTON (UP) — Columbus mill surrounding Musconce Cunuly, Ci:i., luuv been M'leeted by tho US, I'ubllc lleiillli Service ns Hie lesl- iiiR Kfomul fur n new tuberculosis vncc'im'. 'i ne health serv:eo iinnonnccd l>l:uis for « vncclnnlloii progrnin to be conducted this month and next K Ihc 10,01)1) .school children in th'U area. The project, is purt of a lon^-tenn controlled study of the of the nco vuc- cihr in preventing tubercnlo-sis. The vaccine, UCCi. was developed In 1'iirls In 1MB by two Frcnclinu'n—and its name derived iroin their Initials Albert CJal- 1 inettp. biicteriolonUt. and Cninllle Ciucrln, surgeon. These men perfected a strain of bovine tubercle which had last its power to cause llic disease. After years of research the two scientists found nc(j was harmless lo num. mid when Injected into a human never before infected, it helped (he body build defenses nBiiinsL later Infection. Original Strain Used The vnccine beinu used In Columbus Ls part, of ihe orlylmd .strain developed by Calincttc and Ouerin. and -since continued by the Tice Memorial laboratory In Chlcaso. I!CC1 has been used cx- Ameilca since 1!)2U. but U.S. |>ov- ] eminent scientists recommended 'i thorough investigations before Ihc *enmi \H'. inndo connnercially available in this country, i The Georgia area was chosen for the testing, according to the service, because a great number of persons there are exposed to the disease, - — . As the first step, the school ehll- uiiion, Joey got special recording permission from Junior, C. Petrillo. clrcn will be examined for the pres- —(NEA Tclcptioto) e " cc u[ luiii'rculosis infection by menus of the tuberculin lest. This by the underdKncd luis been re's n harmless skin test, lit which a ! vokcil within five years lust, piwl; small amount o[ tuberculin Is HI- ' moral cliavaeler, that, lie 1ms ncv- Jected Into the skin. Only those ' er ui'i'n cmmai'il 01 violiuinu uie children with n negative reaellon.' laws "f Hi's stale, or any oilier wilh their paiem. 1 *' consent, , state, relnllnn lo the sale of al- be vaccinated, the statement,', eoholie liquoors. said. BCc; win be given both Negro will lie i'x|«isi'(j to iiibi'iTulosls. jitul while children, with paitienlar "- intention to those who are ami Subscribed me this Till lur Nntie,. is hereby uiven thai Ilio nmli-1-siniu'd will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner ol licwmios of Hie Slale o( ArknnsDM tor a permit ,o sell beer :it retail at BIO S. First, town of liiyineullr, Mississippi Comity. The uiuler.sinned stales Hint ne is n citiK-n of Arkansas, of nood onioral cliaiiiclcr. that he has never b.'i-n convicted of a felony or other crime Involving mural Inriii- tuile; that no license to sell beer LSeali My and sworn lo before day of May, 19'11. Mason. Nolary Public Commission expires PILES Hurt Like Sin! But Now I Grin 1 luniMimlH rhiumrt t;in-»Tis to lirlnn. Usi n *ir«irV Vinmhi l.i ri'llovo illnootnfort of i>IU'.i. He-lit <lriiL'ctjit.i hy iiotctl Thorn- ICMI X Mhuir (,'lllilc. Siiinlislni: QUICK iinllliillvu n-ttrt si pnln, Itch, imliillon Ti'iHln to millt'ii, niiHnk nu'vlllni;, UBS llin'hlM 1 wny. {!H lulu) Thoi'llldn * Mliuir.^ llerlri! Olntnifikl ftr llretjil K»l' I'osHoi U-H loclfiy. l,' t il]o\v I -iOl lUrcctloill SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY £ARLY MATURING ..Foundation Stock—Direct From I5reed«r Itccont test ])rovcd yields 3 to 5 more bushels per' acre and stands up better than Kalsoy. BlytheviSle Soybean Corp. 1KOO W. Main 1'hone 85C-857 I ! rrom Bethoven to Boogie—that's 10-year-old drunimerboy Joey Preston's specialty. Here he bones up in his Hollywood home lor his work with the St. Louis, Mo., Civic Light Opera Co. tills summer, lie recently completed recording an alljiuii or modern music with top bandsmen in Hollywood. Too young to join Ihe musicians' >! : | Save 50% Chopping Expense '.*'. ;•! I'liinl Chemically Dclintctl, l-'n/./.-l'i-oc CO'lTON SKIOI) >^ !J Save iMoiic.v—(i (ti 10 l,i)s. |)ft- Ac IT. Any corn, pen or ;«j hciin planter will plant (hose stiititilli, slick cotlini seed. ;»; Can he plowed ft lo II days after planting. I KO\VI)KN lilt — ST()NKV1!,1,K 20 — 1) |> & 1, M j For Sale'liy IBLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. ATTENTION FARMERS You Can Now Get 100% Coverage On Your Crops Against Hail Storms! This may bo n year of heavy hail storms. We represent the lai-ffcsl anil oldest Hail Storm Insurance Company" and with the highest, rating. > Special rcpi'e.senlative will be in Hlythcville and vicinity for a limited time to take applications. Call, write or phono NOW for partkufcu-.s—No obligation! UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY 'hone A. V. D1KTKIC1I, Maniiffcr Over (iuard's Jewelry S'.ore " >l(l "KveryIliing In Insurance" have lo he financed by the cities. "Unless these cities arc urejxirccl to finance oucratlon of these towers l)y July i, discontinuance couid nienn the virtual paralysis of commercial air transportation," Harri- inan said. 'Harrinian described the 40 per cent proposed for his own office as unwise and unbusinesslike. He said the cuts in the foreign and domestic commerce bureau would require closing 39 of the present 78 field offices and would hurt the program to serve small business. Phones 856-857 1*1 >!>!>;x>;>]>;>;>:>;>;>'>] >;>;>;>;>;>;>;>;>"<>;>/< >;>;>;>;>;>;>'>;>;;<;*;;<>;>;>;>;>;>;>;;•;;#; Read Courier Ncrrs Want Ads. 4^L/jffai/ J ««'^<7' t ™«jr™~ WWW-I^^L^ (Fi)«)i> B^VS- GAINING FASTER \ft in Popularity tsfts^iasbuiorii 10 k. NO. 2'/2 CAN Sailer Kraut 3for25c NO 2 CAN Mixed Vegetables lOc and BULOVA nattd in NO. 21/2 CAN Sweet Potatoes 15c DUNCAN'S CUP TESTED POST'S G OZ. PACKAGE Corn Toasties f O ™r A Ihrilltng graduation combine I ion... Hie earned diploma and Bulova icv/ardl will stand the yaun graduate In goad st in the years ahea hard molive Soap 3 for 29c SWEET IN HEAVY SYRUP— NO. 2Vi can 37c MONARCH—46-OZ. CAN Juice 29c VITA NIP NO. 2 CAN Tanerine Juice lOc FRESH COUNTRY EGGS DOZEN 45c JACKSON'S NO. 1 CAN T$mato Soup 5c lens—Fryers—Home Dressed SUPER MARKET 109 WEST MAIN STREET PHONE 2668 $5500 MARTHA WASHINGTON AAAA CERTIFIED BABY CHICKS yors—_ { . A complete line of poultry 'feed. Haltery fed fryor • liny Uit'in on foot. I'OUl.TltY WAN'I'KD: 1 lien or truck load. • Open til !) Si'ttirduy evening 8 lo 10 ;>. m. Sundays' i I'lmne Plenty of Parking Space LEWIS POULTRY 41!) Bust Main St.- GATEWOOD GROCERY Phone 9751 Ark.-Mo. State Line ;•; OH the left at the Arch EASY WEEKLY OK MOHTHLY PAYMENTS ] TAT O'BRYANT • JEWELER Main at Second Phone 3261 li I'l. PI. v Sth 7 Crown 1.35 2.65 4.15 Kinse y 1.35 2.65 4.15 Schcnlcy 1.35 2.65 4.15 Philadelphia 1.35 2.65 4.15 Three Feathers 1.35 2.65 4 15 H1II& Hill 1.40 2.75 4.40 Old Taylor 4.35 ^-90 Four Roses . 2.85 4.50 Bccr • per Case $3.35 GA S, r cg 17.9c; . Ethyl \9.9c Cigarettes pcr carton $1.55 "For Work Done Right" CALL 474-475 Cold Storage for Furs and Woolens NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 tie Old Ucl G. O. POETZ 'The Old Reliable" Y«r Soorcc of PETROLEUM Dependable Utrrlct, PRODUCTS RR .t Cherrr Clay Road Gravel Available in Yard or Carload Lots --DELIVERED-- Phone721

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