The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1946 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 20, 1946
Page 11
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THURSDAY. JUNI2 20, 10'iG BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Truman Pledges War on Disease ,. President Sends Message to Nations *• Studying Health Needs NHSV YORK, .llllle 20. (UP) — ie.sKletu Tnunart has pledged '.\\\\ American support in the worla- wiclu "bailie wsnlnst, disease' and Hiiiliiutritiun." Victory 1 .said yestci kind." for u glob: Truman siti portution i (his (iBlH Mr. Truman ay, "is essential to the id happiness O f man- ssipc lo the United N:i- uiliounl hcaltii eonle*'- E licrc to iliafl nt:iii3 t heaKh agency, Mr. that "modern uuns- nuute it m to lirolOL't. llsell iitrodnction uf dlseiusi; for (he by (iiinranline." "Tlii.s n'.akos it nc't'pssary." he .said, "to cievt'lon .sU'ont; health services In every country whtoli must be coordinated through m- tcrnntloiuil action. "The new health organisation will serve in this field. Just us international cooperation in science played n most important part In winning the war, so will such cooperation win the Battle agalnsi disease and malnutrition. "The rlglit to adequate medlca. care nml the opportunity to achieve and enjoy good heallli should b« available to all people. For (his objective I can assure you the Interest, and support of the United States." The President's message was road by John O. Winnnt, U. S. representative on the UN Economic and Social Council which summoned (he conference. Sixty-seven nations—virtually all countries in the world except Spain—were invited lo send delegates or olfl- cial observers. HepvcseiUatives ol the allied control commissions, Sn Germany, Japan and Southern Korea were also in attendance. Purchases of California-Arizona oranges in the past three j'ears for Lend Incase purposes toot elgln per cent of the cron. WASH TUBBS Jichhul the Scenes BY LKSME TUUNEH lES.ftR.B06 WE IV I'VE WERES1ED 1^ CIRCUSES GtSSCE AND' Rugged Arkansas Park Area Searched for Child Missing Since Sunday FAYETTEVILrLE, Ark.. June'19. (UP)—An Intensified search fyr ei«ht-year-old Kalherlne Van Alst, who disappeared lasl Sunday in Devil's Den Stale Park. w:vs Ix^ini; made loday by 50 state po'ilv, oily police from three towns ,nvl IJc- parlinent of Agriculture worker:). Searching parties had alnvist given ii|> hope of (indium the child allvo tocluy. Sl\e waudon'U of( iulu tue woodeil area while playing with hrr Iwo brulhers in the park, according to her parculs. Mr. and Mrs. John II. Van AIM of Kansas City. Tin; Van Alst family was vacallonln^ in (lie park. Stale police today planned to cover the valley llmmnh the Devils' Den area thoroughly, and SlirrllC C. !'. Clulloy of l^ayrllevllle planned lo check all caves In tha vicinity. Also In on the search arc trained forestry workers, in charge of U. T. Khaddox of Hussellvllle. Police (roin Van Ilium, Foil Smith and r'ayctlcvllle are coll.ib- orallnsi with Ihc other groups, sends and receives moip leli'in'aius and has more long-ills tulnce telephone calls than any oilier clly in Ihu world. Head Courier News Want Ads. j Fur Your SUnlry's Housrtiiilcl Clr:inlnic < lirmU.>li, Kurnlluro iMruiier, Whuluw Clcunrr, M'uod- work CJriner Call Mits. AI.IMA S<:IIKKI:K Hc.slilciue I'lione «:IS Phone 2001 We Deliver Always Better Values at Q ,, Mha HAYS STORE ct s Quality Merchandise Courteous Service 200 E. Main Blythevillc, Ark. GROCERY VALUES FIRST LADY CREAM STYLE - 3.50 - 3.19 CORN, No, 2 can 15c; case • SCOTT COUNTY CREAM STYLE ^^ CORN, No. 2 can 14c; case - BLACKEYEDPEAS,No.2can17c;case - 3. TOMATOES, Ext. Stand. No. 2 can He; case 2.98 PORK & BEANS, Jackson's No. 2 en 13c case 2.95 EXTRA STANDARD CUT GREEN BEANS, Hargis,No2cn13c;case2.98 TURNIP OR MUSTARD GREENS, No. 2 can lie; case 2.59 MILK, Economy tall can 7c;case - - - 3.10 PURE PRESERVES, Peach or||iimi|o^ 29c JELLY, Collins, A^rdrape, tfoz. jaP- 29c TOMATO JUICE, No. 2 can 13c; case - 2.98 EARLY JUNE i PEAS CAN-D-LITE, No. 2 can 13c; case - 2.98 TUNA, Seaview, light meat - - - can 33c PICKLES, Sour or Dill, gallon - - - - 98c BEANS, Great Northern, 25 Ib. bag - - 2.95 BLACKBERRIES, No. 2 can - - - - - 3k CANNED MEATS BREAKFASTSAUSAGE,Cudah/s 11 Ib. can 49c MORVEAL,12ozcan ^- v - - - 39c MOR PORK, 12 oz can - - - - - - 38c MOR BEEF, 12 oz can -' 39c MORLAMB,12ozcan -'.-,-' - - - 39c CHILE, Cudahy's 16 oz can - ' - - - - 29c JIH WR 80-X 25 Ib. sack 1.40 HARDWARE AND HOUSEHOLD NEEDS Electric Fencer, Mon-Ark Fence Master 9.95 Lard Cans, bright tin, each - 49c Romac Mops, Special - -69c Brooms, Hy-Grade, a good one - - 98c Household Spray, DDT added, pt 2 5c gal 1.25 Tractor Funnels with strainer, each - 1.10 Ice Tea Sets, decorated set - -. - - 98c Lamps, complete with burner, globe, ea. 79c Cotton chopping hoes, each 98c; doz. 10.95 PiorSr. 50 Ib. sack 2.75 DRY GOODS Novelty Curtains, pair 2.98-3,50 SMALL GIRL PRINTS AND SEERSUCKER Dresses, sizes 7-8-10, each - - -1.20 LadpChenille Rob|s - - - - 5.<55|p|,|5 irlsi^ Bed Spreads, rayon and cotton mixed, each 6.95 Bed Spreads, beautiful chenille, each - 11.95 Buy these now and use our lay away plan. Towels, Cannon large dryfast, each - - 69c Wash Cloths, Terry, each 16c Swimming Suits and Trunksforchildren 75cto 1.29 Men's part wool swim trunks - - - 1.98 JUST RECEIVED! A Shipment of Ladies Parasols WORK CLOTHES FOR MEN and BOYS N Largest Assortment ' Special Boys Duck Head Overalls, pair - 1.98 Men's Coveralls, pair 4.95 Boys'Coveralls,pair . - - f - - - -2.45 Mill Run Bran for Hog feeding 100 Ib. 3.03 Wayne 16% Dairy Feed- - 100 Ib. 3.95 Wayne 32% Dairy Feed- - 100 Ib. 4.20 These Prices good for Friday, Saturday and Monday, June 21st, 22nd and 24th. Subject to Stock on hand. We reserve Hie right to limit quantities. NOTICE! WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY JUNE 22 For Inventory Delta Implement Company Blythevillc, Ark. Used Ice Refrigerators - 50-75-100 diiil llsod Sins*'r Hcwiuij: Mucliine — sews like new NIO'W CUDAK CUKS'I'S— Nuw rurloet Sleeiier Inncrspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Har'dy Furniture Co: 301 EUH! Main Phono 2302 All our i'.mployeeH uro War Veto ruin. Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One cull to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Auk about this plan. SHOP tt.tst. Bcrr1<* We Deliver Anywhen rh. Ml Hrm. J. H. (MM) William*, owner Ulene** Bld(. FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 We Hove Movecf/ Riales Land Co. Tlionc Now Located in The Hale Building *" , Across fitthi City Hall- , , \ K Cxjll^or 3^0 Kt|SStiI,L K. UlAl.BS if you have * L't'l^ni f (if Suit'or Ti*ade in.Northcusl ^ttan.sa3^ ^r % I Suu(fi<fiisi Missouri. ' " S1 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION 55*60 Estimates S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVIUE'ARK. NOTICE TO CAR OWNERS 24-Hour "Rain Insurance"—25c If it rains within 21 hours after you have had your car washed at our station and you arc a holder of our Card, just present Card within -IS hours and we will wash it again— FREE! SPECIAL! WASH AND GREASE JOB $1.50. MARR'S AUTO SERVICE YOUR ONE STOP STATION Phone 2611 ASH & SECOND

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