The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 20, 1946
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THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS reader Cotton esearch Urged Textile School Dean Appears Before Mouse Committee First SCAT Plane Ready PAGP Duift H<) Ots Numljtr I hciidqiuirti'is for two ilmtl. boards* Muss. iui')--'rii(! lAny bi 1 ukcU lo two or morel MoMjiillo bltos don't, llch so' Yellow fever Is .transmitted by the bite o/ moequl toes,' 1 but ' the orgunism that cau*ps the ''Sbf»tt' Is still unknown. ; : •• ' "• illNCJTON. June 20. (UP) — .Malcolm E. Campbell, ol North enrol Inn Stntp Collr»e Textiles, yesterday urged cou- ;s to expand th? government':; .on rosearch progrnm. Ie said plastioinipivgnateu X construction ^oajler Id be developed from cotton. 'e.stifying betoi'e the House iKiue CummiUf!" iti support til' ivl). Campbell sa"id: Tile Held of practical problems I nci'd lo lie .solved is virtually 'imiU'tt," he told the Home .'iculune C'ommiUec. In- euiDinitlce is considering a to eypand afciicullurnl research 'iimpbc'l! nl.':o is chairman ot raw cotton .section of the ink-ail society foj- testing ni.i- ials. He nriu'cl thai the cotlon •:i ii'h prni-rani coordinate acliv- s ol irovernmental anil privau- oratories. rot ton textile industry mil by many a«e-old Lradilimi! •* said in explaining why cotion r, mil belli!: utilized to ent. Wal^'i- L. Randolph. Alnbnma 'ni bureau federation president(I that eottou'.s fonlpetilors Ir.Ui ' advantage of vast researeh !a- tirs. 'All the fibers Mint threaten cot- ' i's nirtrkets mast seriously ',o- y are produced either by the eniical industry or by other in- \vtiich eapitalize on the of the chemical d also have bltf research pro- uns <>f their own." Randolph id. le nryed a cotton research pro- am comparable witli that Cor . Without it, he added, col- '.ou!d drive into "an even competitive position." in this type of situation." said, "where privnle e«ter- .se [.-annnl meet a tficat social d economic need, that goveni- _ __ much *U Hie Viiscct "fi['allowed, to lion rd 's lioiiso hi'i I" lloll.Sc' VCl CTIUIS vi'li'i-nns 1 fiunlllc.s liccuiis on lllnlihiiul HI, tlu« war us The mike uf Wellington WRH also n t'l-niulru if fiixilh. '-. • Hcud courier New s Wiint Ads. Bead Courier News.. W«nt Imre Univti.sity of Arkansas students are :;bo\vn above insjuliu tin fu t p i -.seiv^ei' plan iperalctl by Ihe South Central Air Transport over it ; Arkansas ui'iwork with HHIhi-ulli s. 11) Miss Dojelo tjlrls. h>ft to riyhl. iivt Dollye smith. Pine HHlff; Miss Chsirl . Uilsscllville. With them is li.iljerl 1C. Poison, SCAT pilot. tilt; licinllcr m\\\i McCailhy «f Kd li: , Candy, a deflnil IN HOLLYWOOD . BY KltSKINK JOHNSON NKA Staff Corrcspuiiilriil. HOLLYWOOD. Julie 1!). \NEA^~ An Egyptian mati : erinrniL'r was :* novelty lo us. , \V(- met an Egyptian snake- charmer once, and later learned that she was born in Chicago a:x! sold indies' underwear in a Michigan Avenue store before going jnt u the business of charming snake.* Tahja Kei'im, the EgynMan irmu- ntal enterprise should nnd must [charmer, was legitimate. ;ct that need " She's Egypt's top movie queen, J. M. Jones, Secretary or the ' 1n d hns starred In 39 pictures there since 1939. inmd Wool Growers RaU Lake City, endorsed the He asked that it be amended i hpl ' a C|iilck S10. Lou Clayton, his manager, tough widi Jimmy occasionally. Jimmy always denies havhu; done anything. As Clayton pills It. Ttow can you slop the guy? Thai's !:'.* lilcnsiircjln life, helping every bud v. Who am I to deny hlni7- Thc largest Item In Carmen Miranda's monthly budget is noi telephone bill. She likes to call liome. And home. In ca.S3 you don't kno-.v, ts Rio in Brazil. When she gets the connection. Carmen has to talk lo her mama. "Blie's really hot stuff in Egypt," her bruzzcr-ecn-law. her seeHcr- lold us while Tahla I cen-law. a secstcr. a niece, ant! a include representatives of the' staled. "The theater admission Brazilian boy-friend. The last talk cstock of wool growers industry the advisory committee. ho Must Use Highways I UP) f -unken Negro Offers siv Hazard to Those 1 FOHDYCE. Al-,:.. June 20. rfrnry Jacobs. 30-year-old NCErro. *iii!; hold in Forciyce lo'.lay a charge of assault to kill, ar- he fired Into n iiassing, auto- iliile and injured a' 15-year-oUI .ewi.s Walker told officers that, his wife and daughter t\'ere r hiK on Highway 8 when Jacobs lied at them lo stop, then fireci !(;-K;u]«e shotgun into the car. )c shot struck the girl ill the lid. another in the forehead. A short time later John Harrifo: nsspRsor of Dallas comity, iiis family were passing when is again aimed his shotyun d demanded that Ihey stop. Haron ignored the warning and re- Mie<i shortly to (he scene with •oce Mays, -deputy sheriff, lo ike the arrest. The Negro told officers: "l'3n link and out here shooting ac erythinj; that passes." prices go up from 40 to 80 rents when her pictures play in Cairo." Tahia is honeymooning in Hollywood with Gilbert Levy, a former Army officer from Newark, \'. J. They met in Cairo, wtieve lie was a lieutenant colonel in orci- iiaiicy for three yeairr "She danced at the Officers' Club one night," Levy said, "and J whistled the loudest." Sure, black-haired, big-eyed Tahia would like to appear in a Holly wood movie. ' v -^-. "But only if I can dance." she said. "I must always dancs.- Thc look on Levy's race Indicated .she WEXS quite a dancer. "But I don't think her dance •*ould pass the censors," he jald. HIS HEART IS BIO, TOO Jimmy Duranle, who JiiBt celebrated hi s 30th anniversary In sno» business. Is known as the softest touch among the stars. lie Jilsc can't turn down any request, whether it be lor a benellt or for wilh the folks lasted 45 mlnuiej. "PKKII.S OF I'AUI.ETTE- Paulelte Goddard has relitled Inlest. "Unconquered.'' she c-.uls It "The Perils of PaulcUe.- In the film she Is: U) tied to a prairie wagon and beaten: (21 sow on the auction block; (3) lorlmcfl at the slake by Indians; (•!> swept over n wntcrfall; made lo scrub floors In a saloon while the Needs Protection from MOSQUITOES., FLIES, ROACHES SPRAY ROOMS with FIREWORKS Crispy Cold Fruits egetables Watermelons IARTFRS Grocery Market r>2(i North (ith Street ~ Open 7 Days a Week " Discard HarsliLaxativBs" Say Happy Ex-Sufferers! ^ Famous Cereal ^1 ' Brings Relief to Millions! low She Shops [Cash and Carry" Without Painful Backache iVEirn c^i?ors!crof kiilncy function permila bisonous mallei" In re-main in your tiloo<Mt cn^^KiKRl'flf^^cric.rhpLimrvliritnins. s, lo^s ^1 PcP ^n«l cncrRj-, srLtinR mi t:hLc, swellinpr, puffincss under the eyes. rhta r.nil (Ur-zincss. Frequent or sc.nnt/ "i'S with Rniartinjr nnd tnrninir sonic- mon stiows there is EOmcthing wrong with itir riiilncyj! or tilatMtr. 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