The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 28, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 28, 1946
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ftlDAY, JUNli 28, 19'1G my Trims ficer Needs 50,000 illlNOTON, Juno 28. (UP)-Dv.'i^hl D. Eisenhower, army of staff, e-sliinatrd yesterday 0,1)00 professional officers will lie army's nmls for (he next 10 years ''or until llio United s become.'! H definitely efte> •rce." ihower, testifying before a • Military Affairs subcom- on a hill to double the 25,'Icer limit, said the 50,000 rca- fficeis would be augmented 000 reserves, subcommittee unanimously •ed the hill mid promised to :l get it through Congress Ijs- le sumtner recT^. ihowers officer flumes were on an estimated total ainiv ill of 1,000.000 men lie K ;iid ho needed as long as oecu- tioop.s must be kepi, in : and Japan, nhower hazarded a |)ers:)ii»l however, that "whrn tha, 'ccupalionl is done and we imie back in our own .shell 1 trim down to maybe HOO.OUU )lus 50,000 for taking care of nid Ihe bulk of the new offi- tliorizaliun would go into the •l>s, He .said (Me unny planned 'e ^7.000 officers in the air nid 22,500 in the ground and forces. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 5Mt 5 PULUW Wl'ET-' . HERSELF M SO ON VJI1H HER PACK ONTO m ACT LIKE 'WIRE' M HWPEMED.WDER: •SHfc-S A. IROUPtH' PAGE THRU hvillc Department taged by Fire i'HVILLE, Tenn., Jun» .;.a. ivillc'ii second downtown fire a week and its first fourth •ill) alarm blaze in many K burned out tli c sevenlii if one of two buildings oc- by Harvey's Department and caused extensive damage )r.s beneath last night. fire, discovered shortly be- midnigtit. caused "lens ol lids of dollars" damage, Fred .', department store owner, closer estimate of damage WILL REIGN 's Leslie Hampton, lYliss 1S3-45, \vill reign over thu Arkansas Beauty Tage-int at [oulci, July 11, at which tini^ rls from over the state will etc for the tide of Miss usas 101D. Tile event b orecl by the E:istern Arkan- 'oung Men's Club who will' the winner to Atlantic City mpete in the Miss America' C/ose-Out SALE iirls Pinafores . . . laby Dresses . . . ioys Rompers , . . Sixes 1 l« ;i Values §2.75 (o 51.00 lut They Go ;il— $1.50 GIFT SHOP MOSS BRYAN 103 East RIain Lawn Mowing Party At Edinburg Grass grows fast in South Texas (luring the summer months. Tlie Court lawn grew «, slinky that the Edliiburg, Texas, Junior Cliamber of Commerce- decided lo have :i lawn- c i,ttin K party So with power mowers, rakes Una plain push type mowers, the sweating meiiilji-rs had tiieir party. A small j-rotip of the party-mowers it shown cleaning up one corner of the Court, House loi. iNKA Telcpholo.) Marine Corps Enlists 795 Men in Arkansas LITTLE HOCK, June 28. (UP>Some 105 Arkansas men have joined the Marine Corps since- the new recruiting drive in the state began ;oul[] not be made until lain- today. Cause of the fire lias not been <tcterniinc(l. last April 10, Tlie Little Hock recruiting, station announced today that 51 joined up in April. 5:i in May and !)1 thus far in Juno. Ciipl. Claude I.-. WhIUcjck of lien- Ion. Ark., commanding office. 1 of Hie station here, said tlnil in April the Marine Corps set up offices in Fort Smith, Tcxarkana, JoiK-siioro. Pino Hlnff, El Dnulii and North I Little Rock, in addition to the ol- lice here. Since that time, lie added, more Millions liiivc been established In lull apriiu;s, Holers. Husselh'llle. Helena and Pom-si City. The first, man to fly niKliccI Andes, which rise led, was B. J. PullceU. from Lima lo. Iqullos, yi-ar.s 11^0. Baptist Leaders Gather Data orj Hospital Row MEMPHIS. Tenn., .lime 20. (UP) —Tlie board of trustees of HaplM Mnspllai here Im.s been banded sui'- yr.stlnns for settling (be differences between the Institution anil Memphis doctors and will act on tlie pri'imsals Tuesday, H was announced lodr.y. "r. chnrles W. Pope. Nastmlle, icllvc head of tlie Hapllst clutrcli in Tennessee, said Ihe siiKKe.silons hnii been imule lo (be board after :i meeting of |,|gi, clmreh offlclnls from Tennrasee, Arkansas uii'l ^»- sls.slp|)| |, cll . ye.slerdiiy. Disputes over management of llio hospital Hroiin recently \rtien 51 members ,,f the Memphis nnrt Siii'l- by CoutKy Meillcal Hoclcty chari;,'.! the hospital with "favorlni!" certain "preferred" doclors. Cross-plowing Of Cotton Gets Good Results Thlnntnt! eotion with tmetor cultivation Is ii labor mi visit? practice on many farms In South Mississippi cmml.v. On (hi' Wilson nnd Company farm, It.Otll) acres have him cross-plowed. II l.s estimated rliop- |>lni! oil Hits area will coil S3 |ier m-re, while tin the ivmilar plowed col (on cost will be about $'.JO. This Is a very delluile advantage »f cioss- lilowliiK. iimmllni; tn Coimlv Agent 1). V, Miiloi'li, who sulil |'( liolps dlsti'lbiite the labor so u limited number of him.Is can chon more cotton. Home cross-plowed eotton Is clean without hoeing. On (lit- l.nwmniv llrolhors' (aim, Ml) acres-mostly alfalfa meadows •-Imve been cmss-ploweil In ri-l-lneli rows. Mr. Lowraiii'i' Is plowing across (be rows with team ,-ulUva- (ors so lie- can huve 34-Inch hills, lie believes he is savtni; I wo-lhlixl:; ol the cluniplni; cost by cross-pluwliiR. "I iH'\'er would hiivf i'hopp;-d my cotton this yi-iir If 1 hadn't erosn- plowed these 300 acres." was his statement. The Liixorn (iln Company Iscon- lliinlni! Its proiiram of cross-culll- vnllon. The past year the company checked and eriiss-|iloweil iihnul 200 acres nf cotton. Thin yeai 1 . tlie cross- plowed acreage is iu;o ncre'i. rarmeis as a uroiip say liioy are Biivlni! trom ll!> to 'IS per cent (if the cost of (he llrsl rho|ipini; by cross-iilowlnit their cotton with 111 lo :tli Inch row ciiutpmcul. Ar.'.l they expect In save Ilia I, much on chopping Ihroiiidiotit the year. over the lo D2.00U He (lew Peru, 2ii UTS MAKS A Call us up soon, and let's set a day for overhauling your tractor and other farm equipment. Waiting 'til the last minute is mighty dangerou* business that might lead to dclayfe Now't the time to get vour name oft 6W Kcfvance lervite schedule. McCORMICK-OEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY BlytherilU, Ark. "fe THIS SUMMER rou CAN . .. GOODYEAR " TIRES " IF YOU BRING IN THOSE SMOOTH TIRES NOW FOR GOOH BY LESLIE TURNEK HOW SMKE!) (VOUWOUID 7H,LWH'.llt.«!i \SEU-,I 1 LOOKS LIKE NEVER!/WE'VE GOT A / H "POOROPENS,MP. . SE PAD-LEFT THOSE HORRIBLE . SEES EK\, AU3KS THE | AND GET 'E\\ TOVS (S THE BMK«(!3\\ysHEU MION ROW,C«)OV! BEFORE THEYW iSMfe«A"SggLf LOANERS FREE Hot sizzling pavements arc hare) on tiros! That beautiful sun heals 'cm up and burns "om—and before you know it, your tires are worn out. Don't lake a chance. Got tho prelection o[ a nov/ Goodyear tread, expertly applied by modern equipment. Get sot today — save timo ... rave tires ... save moneyl ; Goodyear cxtra-milc- ago iccopping and rolll * 6 - 00vIC PAY AS BUDGET PLAN ~ -- YOU RIDE GOOD/YEAR 4/0 W. Main Phone Food Director Dr. Dennis A. Kil/Kci aid, of the U, S. Department <>t AMrleiillllrc, .KiniU'.i ljroa<lly lifter his elocdon (is illreclor-neneral of International Kmeruency l-'ood Council. WASHER SERVICE I'hllln I'irl Vnriiiiiil (Mi'iin,T«, rum, lr.<n« anil Hinnll ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. .r. W. ADAMH. Mtr. I 1 '" "Oil •.'tlii-us W. Mnlii Radio Service "I'lK" AllKfl ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. .T. W. Aflatns, nixr. PI r HOT! yWJ-UH IV. Muhl CORRECTION Id Thursday's paper Klrbjr Drujf Store advertised Ice C'r at I5c pint. This was ui error. It sliuuld have read Ice Cream ft. 25e Dancing Every Tuesday' Thursday and Saturday Music it} Puke Doyle Lee and liis 7-Piccc 15and l''or Reservations Call 3984 TWIN GABLES Roseland Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Ol'KN SUNDAY — (JAS 20c (ieori;c Dnvis, Hivviiv 18 West FELIX A. CARNEY Cif y Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! [•'or n <inick siilc sec me. I hnve buyers for homes. J.isl your proitcrly with me. My commission is 5%. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL : - Offlro 120 Ho. Second PhoHM 446 or 2KU No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi :; 4% LOANS:^ On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDHKW J. FLORIDA, Vice-President PHONE 210 j Mississippi County Bank Building Osceola, Arkansas Miss Minnie Lee Jones •X' Summer C/asses in Piano J Opening Monday, July 7, 1946 X 807 Chickasawba Phone 2994 For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL / Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt tor Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATMM 219 East Main St. K. M. t.irktn — _ _ Bmkm

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