The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1947 · Page 12
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JTUESDAY, MAY 13. 1947 Russians Eyeing Japanese Plants Moscow Broadcast In English Heard Over Tokyo Radios BLYTIIKVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS :-•" < -»«asu production as a conui 'on to signing the peace treaty wa •oijtaliicd In a short-wave Moscow 'adio broadcast, the United Press earned today. The broadcast WAS made April o in English by a Soviet comn;.«u- i»oi- named Smlriiov. It was beain- 'd to japan nn ( | heard by allied orces here. Commenting on the Moscow con- crciic-c, EinJrnov observed that every clause" at the "future Oer- nan treaty wa s bound up in Hie liiesllon of reparations. He added lint the "foregoing (applied equal- V) to Japan. Soi'iet news oonniientator went on to say that "part of «J a p- Hicsc) industry, specifically ilic iimtiiry part, would bo' entirely destroyed, while the other part, which can produce for peaceful riuli, should supply reparations for -omilrics that suffered. "The transfer to pacific countries M Industrial equipment, as well as portion of current Japanese In- Justrial output over a period fixed «y a treaty, will help to repair -ounlrics damaged by the war." The broadcast -did "not allude to Russia's reparations claims but ;aid the United States favored giv- |iff the lion's share to countries iied up with her own economy. The broadcast also contained oft- cpralod attacks on American oc- :upatrjQfc policy and its reparations >lan. inrXjdin.; a charge that ncar- y tiOO ^bancsc industrial plants •rlginally listed for reparations have icon stricken from the list. Of the '00 plants. 24 we're "underground •viaUon factories," the broadcast aid. Such a plan is In line with the (inversion of Japan into a "strate- ic military and economic l^se for lie United States," the commcnta- Wc Guarantee RECAPPING with Hawkinson Treads Let Your Next Tires Be J GENERALS Cost More — Worth More' MODINGER TIRE CO. • i 116 E. Main Phone Z2«l I l HOME SERVICE & STORAGE CO. ,;is pleased lo announce that Mr. Richard Holt joined our staff as [S-'arpeiiler and maintenance •man. Call us to do that jolj you can't do or don't vant to do. Telephone 2801 Toll TolesTly WRen Helicopter Fans Meet <o jog, but a practical use lot helicopters is pic- urtd here. Magnetic device, like o mine detector, »o» installed in He plujfie "teardrop" ahead o( Ihis Sounds like a swell stunt—but it can't be done, wy the helitopter eiperti -M> »i«.u*icu irj me pimrrc rearorop ancaa or this helicopter's cabin. It was used by Lundbcrg.Ryan Air Explorations, Inc., to detect ore deposits in Soulh and Central America Painting contractor went oH go-go over Ihis idea u../ '5 , -; . v • r t»orSikonk,riTMkH, s H lW ,Hi t i (1 || ie , icop , erf |[ g1 , tinW) , 5 , ern Hcmi he Slrotford Cm . 5 •"„. "_ ' •edtl, w»t U p, ,«„„, .id,,™,,, and bocUard-buf forword^lijM remained o pur'ilcfor a long ,in,c oh Helicopter Society met In Washington, D. C., with other lending helicon- P* • A r i u n , m v, R * C 1 "' nt protluc ^ some weird iilcas on new uses for the "wincl- <x. A couple arc sketched above. But there were .also (ales of really practical uses u ,ul encg^by ptoneer inventor Isor Sikorsky on how lie creutccl "hecl-c-co-pelcr" history ml Novice os Pilot Gets Cold Feet But Not Until He's in Trouble DETROIT, May 13. (UP—Lawrence Overpcck hopes Ills namesake lias a sense of humor. The 27-year-old student pilot boasted to.a girl friend that he was a "hot pilot" and that he hud a plane of his own. The girl insisted he take her for a plane ride. Overpeck didn't have a plane and had only a few hours' dual flying instructions. "But you know how it is," he told police. "You start lying to a woman—and you're stuck.". ... They drove to a small city airport hanger Where Qverpeck knew that a Eugene Overpeck, no relation, kept two planes. Overpeck.— Lawrence—broke the lock off one craft and helped the girl climb aboard and started taxiing down the runway. "That's when I lost my nerve," he said, "It's one thing to talk about flying alone and another thing to do it. People get killed flying if they don'i. knew enough about it." So, he started back to the hangar. But he couldn't stop the plane, and crashed into a second plane tor said. A spokesman for Allied Headquarters said he had "no Idea" where the Russians got tlieir fl- Eurcs of wholesale delcticvis, since to date less than 40 of more than 1,000 plants which met the reparations criteria of the Par Eastern Commission have been decided on one way or Ihe other. " NOTICE Twin Gables — OsceoVa, Ark. To our Friends and Customers: For your Convenience we are now offering CURB SERVICE! I i Plenty of Parking Space in rear ... We special- ize in Ice Cold Beer and Delicious Sandwiches. Open 9a.m. Til 12p.m. \ Proprietor O. C. St. Clatr TWIN GABLES OSCEOLA, ARK. DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA »mt BEMXNGTON FOKTABU 119 N. SECOND ST. PBOrTK SM (Every TnmrtcUOD MOST BE SATISFACTORY) owned by Eugene Overpeck. Ho "wrecked boll, props and damaged some wings." He and the girl jumped into Overpeck's rented car nnd slnrleil off, he said. But a control tower oU- server spotted the car through liekl glasses, noted the license number an<] called police. Detectives were wailing when Overpeck returned the machine to the rental service. Ovcrpeck was charged with stealing a plane nnd malicious destruc- history. lion of property. "I cnn sec (he funny side of 11 nil now," lie said, "lint do you suppose Eugene Overpeck will think It's funny?' thai no llm ui,diTsi t ;ut',l ) lo soil beer bv Hie - Uin uniln-slnnni has never lieon coiivlelrd of vioInilr.K Iho j,, VVs of his slate, or uny other slntc. rc- IntlnK to uu. s:llt , 0 , uti.uimn,, H . quors. Steven Julius Subscribed aud sworn lu bvfni'Q inc this izii, ,|,,j. of Mllyj |!H7 W. M. Williams (Sral) Nolni-y Public My coinmlM.lon expires July 11, l ( jr.O 5-1^ NOTICK o , CATION roil I.UjVOK I'KKMIT Notice is iH-veby given lh;U the ulrrsiiwtt 1,^ fjir.,1 w) |j, t ) lc Commissioner ol ltevi-iiue. s of the Slate or Arkansas for penult to sel limit dispense vinous or spirituous lituims for beverage nl retail on Ihe premises described as 418 West Ash St., Hlytlieville. Arkansas. Applicnilim i s for ]>enult lo be Issued fur opi'vatKin bp)>iiu)lnr; on the 1st il.iy of .inly, 1041, i,i,<l to expire on (he aoth day o[ Juno 194B. Hujjli Olieiry NOTK'I- OF FILING OF A1TU CATION FOR M<)I!OK I'F.KSHT iNollc-p is hereby ulven Hint tlu nderiilKiietl bus' filed with Hi Commissioner of Revenues of Hi State of Arkansas for |iernilt In sel and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for bcverai'.e at relull on the premise.; described us 301 I-'2 W. •Main SI., Hlythevllle. Arkiinsus. Application is for penult to lie Issued for operation ljc. : irniiii: on Mic 1st any of July. 1S41. and lo exirtrc on Ihe 3Dth day of June 1048, San, Johns NOTH/K Notice is hereby given llial tin nuclei sinned will within Ihe Unit fixed ijy law apply lo (lie Cnmnils sioner ol lieveuues of Ihe Slate of Arkansas for n permit to sell bee: at retail al H'way 01 North. .Bly- thevlllc. Arkansas, .Mlssisslpiil county. The undersigned states tliat he Is i\ citizen of Arkansas, of ROOI moral charnctcr, Unit he lias ncvei been convicted of u felony oi 1 ollici crime involving moral 'lurplludc PACK ELEVBC " .but no license lo sell beer by thci nxterslgm-cl luis been revoked wltli- .n five years litsb past; nml thill Ihe uiKleisltiiirii lias never been riwvlcled of violniliiff Ilic laws of liis ainlc, or nny other sliite, re- luting lo the irtlo of alcoholic liquors. , , ,,^ .'. J. Ilnrsett 'Subscribed nnd sworn lo before lie Ihls laili day of Muy, IM7. Ell^iboth Muson <Si'u!) Notury Public. My Commission expires 4-28-60. 5-13 SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY SARLY MATURING ..Foundation Stock—Direct From Breeder Ilcceiit test proved yields 3 to G more bushels per acre and stands up better than Ralsoy. BlytheviHe Soybean Corp, 1 4iAA l»7 *«_!_ —. _ _ *L _ 1800 W. Main I'hone 856-857 ATTENTION FARMERS You Can Now Get 100% Coverage On Your Crops Against Hail Storms! This mity be a year of heavy hail storms. We represent the lurKcsl and oldest Hail Storm Insurance Company and with the highest rating. Special representative will be in Blythcville and vicinity tor « limited time to tiike applications. Call, write or phone NOW for particulars—No obligation! ' UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY , A. V. DIETRICH, Manager Over Guard's Jewelry Store •••••• I'hone 510 "Kvcrythinu In Insurant*? AAAA CERTIFIED BABY CHICKS A complete line of iwultry feed. Battery fed fryers-^, buy them on foot. '. k? UIj ?'i { « WANTED: 1 }>cn or truck loud. Oi>en til 9 Saturday evoniujf, 8 to 10 A. m. Sundays' NOTICE Notice is hereby (liven thai Hie undeisisiieti will within Hie time fixed by law apply lot he Commissioner of Hpvenu.es of tho Slate of Arkansas for a permit to srll beer at retail at 303 W. Main St., Blythc- ville, Arkansas, Mississippi Cotinly. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, tlmt lie has never been convicted of a felony or ot'ner crime involving moral turpllutle; BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 When the Days Looked Dark During the War, Everyone Clamored for Action. 1 ACTION IS WHAT YOU WILL FIND AT SOUTHERN AUTO STORES WAR 1 ON INFLATION BUY AT PRICES Blythcville, Ark. CARL BRYANT, Mgr. I'hone 94!) Plenty of Parking Space LEWIS POULTRY 419 East Main St.' GATEWOOD GROCERY Phone 975i , Ark.-Mo. State Line ;! on the left at the Arch 7 Crown Kiniey Schenley Philadelphia . . Three Feathers Hill & Hill . Old Taylor Four Roses . . . . .35 .35 .35 .35 .35 .40 Ft 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2i75 4.35 2.85 • BU > •, 4.15 4,15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4:40 69 4.50 Beer' I- GAS, reg Cigarettes 17.9c;. per Case $3.35 Ethyl 19.9fi .per carton $1.55 "For Work Done Right" CALL 474-475 Cold'Storage for Furs and Woolens LAUNDRY-CLEANERS KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 •The Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ .f PETROLEUM PRODUCTS on<» UC »t Cherry Clay Road Gravel Available in \i|y Yard or Carload Lots ,/ -DELIVERED" Phone 721 N

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