The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1947 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1947 Laney Reserves : Governor to Confer • With Board Members ' On Hollis' Retention •': UTTU; ROCK, Ark., May 29. (UP)—Gov. B«n Lancy said today he would decide whether or not to approve Dr. 'N. T. Hollis as superintendent of the State Hospital lor Nervous Diseases after lie meets with the board here lotiior- row. "I am eager to get the hospital situation honed out and running smoothly by the beginning of the new fiscal year which stalls July 1," Lancy said. 'He Indicated tliat his decision on Hollis, who has been acting superintendent since last 'August, will follow an exchange of ideas wltn the board and will be based chiefly on Hollis's record at lhc Institution since last August. "1 cant blame Hollis for any mistakes made before last Fall," •Laney said, "but I will hold him responsible for operation of the hospital since he took over." Lancy said the results or an an- Best of Everything CECIL LOWE Tanker Fire At Texas City From JOHN CRIM Cabinet Shop 511 North 6th Phone 3544 U. S. Union Members Get Bid to Tour Old Mexico CHICAGO, III. (UP) — Inaur/- ration tills summer of low-co.>t tours to Mexico for United Stales labor union members was announc-1 eel licic by Guillarmo Hnwlcy, rc;>-| rcscntative of tile Mexican Tourist 1 Dcj>artmcut and the Mexican Bail-! ways. ' Hawlcy said tlie only requirement for taking one of llic tours will be membership In some American union, whether \>, be CIO, AFL, or Indcpciulciit. He sniii arrangements have bbci) made lo place Hie cosl of travel :»Ki housing In Mexico at rock bottom. During llicir visits to Mex- ico, he added, the lourlst.-wtirkei's will be enlei'Laincd by Mt'Xican unions aii t | will have a chance lo sec how lh c trades union movement opcrtc-j Koulh of ll:e border Bead Courier News Want Ads. HEADACHE Capgdiiw CMtilai 4 **"•'> Capgdi Mlrdtd |ntcrdl»l» iblt work tojttlhrr lo ILT* q»Irk illi*l from Kcidub* JnJ *<*rjlfl<*. DU. .MILTON 1C. \VI Ojitumclribt :mt 138 rust Main Illythevillr, A 1 If Crew members gel some fresh Massachusetts. The tanker The tut; Mbatros stands Ijy to tow the ship uir :iUer pkiying water on the liol plate.s below decks on tlie tanker l>ju was lied up to the only remaining dock left aflcr the Texas City disaster, to (irydcck, (NBA Tclcj)hoto.) <!it bcinf,' niiulc by the .stalo comp- Irolicr uill be ready tomorrow for his ust 1 Friday. The I'.uvi'rnor indicated he would abide; l>y the decision of a m.'ijority ol the board members concerniiit; Hollis "I've never told any member of the board 1 wouldn't no aloiig with their oriyuml decision/' he adcied. •Lancy said he probably would not appoint a successor to C. E. McS'.vain ot Ijitlie Rock before Friday's meeting. McS'.viun resigned recently over wlm the termed "im- lair" stories in a Little nock newspaper. luxury Flourishes in the Midst Of Poverty in Jap Yen Splurge TOKYO (UP)—The Orient still eis with excessive tips, the land of contrasts. lilack Market i s Key Even today thousands of Japa- "' It is " ot like tllc o| d days when ncse are subsisting on short, ra-| mcsl ° r ollr customers were from lions while the "new yen" rich' " lc bc 'ter classes," one manager spend 100.0C0.008 yen nightly in |< aUI - " Bu t we must cater to those WISHES THE BEST FOR >ti.: .. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lowe On The Opening i i Of Their New Store! ; Our Plant in Blytheville 312 W. Ash St. Phone 2322 Blytheville, Ark. Tokyo's luxury restaurants, cabarets and dance halls. The "new yeti" rich are those who have accumulated fortunes i' 1 cash in unfrozen yen. They are whoopin;; it up. according to the Tokyo metropolitan police bureau, in more than l!4.2tJH restaurants atul other establishments that cater especially to their c"lass. These evening "hot spots" often are built in the center of burned out,, devastated areas. Sliantys crowded with cold and ungry occupanls sometimes arc within shouting distance. In the dance halls of the GhiKV and the restaurants of the Shim- bashi district, Tokyo's new construction company magnates and black market operators spend their [illicitly acquired gains. The managers of the luxury establishments often complain that their clients consist to a large dc- n.ree of "nc\v yen" rich who do not know how to spend properly, otlicr who can p.iy if we are to keep our establishments going." Police have c I'.iiyiated that on the basis of the official price list, the food consumed r^-htly in the various establishments catering to tho "new yen"-.rich totals 16,313.700 yen. Since all of (lie liquor, food and other trimmings are purchased oii the black market, tho figure might well swell to 7(1,330350 yen—or more than $1,50,01) at the U. S. Army's current official 50-to-I conservation rate. Counting the tips that go to waitresses, maids, dancers and all the others around these places, the average night may see a s much as 103,GCO,000 yen change hands. Police said they are powerless to check this growing spending, since all the items on the bill are "quite in order" and the only heavy charge is for "service." 'Japanese sources said the frenzy of ix>st-war spending comes ciricfly from those who have converted their stockpiles of needed than spoiling waitresses and danc- commcK , iti( , s in t o cash and imvi BACKACHE,*LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys If btckache andltf pajns are maklnsrrou miscrnble.don'tjuatcomplamandilonotiiinK •bout them.Naturemaybcwarnina you that your kidneys nwd attention. ThckiilneyaareNature'schiefwayoflnkmB excess ncitls and poisonous waste out of the !>](>oi]. They help most people pass about 3 pints n. day. If tho 15 miles of kidney tubes anil filler* <] on' t work we] \, poisonous wnstenin tic rain ys int be blood. Tlicseppuona niayslartnascKErK bncknchcs.rtiouniatic imlnsjctr pai tig. loss of pep andcncrKJ-.SrcttinB up niKhtg.swcHiny, puninuss u niicrthcuycs.li end aches and dizzi- nesa. l'VefHiL'ntorscnnty|)^.ian«c3v, r Uhsmart- itiKHndlnirnintfsomrtimosshowa there is^ome- UiinK wrong with your kicincya or bladder. Don't wnitt Ask yourdrUKgist for Down's PIHs, a stimulant diuretic, usc<l Bucccssfully by niilllona for over &0 years. Uonn'a give linppy relief and will helu tlie 15 miles of kidney tubes flush out poisonous waste from tho blood. Get DuAn'a Tills. vised the fa si-changing black-ma r- kct on foodstuffs and ossentiuls t.o pile up enormous profits. Evan's Grocery and Mkt. 211 South First Street free Delivery - Phone 2597 - Free Delivery Only One Mill In South Turns Out Newspr/nt WASHINGTON, May 2B. (UP) — R. E McArrtlc, iis-sistnnt chief of United States Forest Service, lid yesterday that 40 per cent of nation's commercial forest area s in the Southern states, but only ne mill is producing newsprint. McArclle told a House Commit;e Investigating newsprint and layer shortages that there is a argc Kraft paper prockiction in he Southern states. But the North- ast and Pncific Northwest regions irovide the bulk of the domestic icwsprint production, he said. I "The \vood now wasted in Southern forest.s. consistin" of trees that die, cnll trees, and logging and nanufactuilng waste, i.s estimated nt about 4d.000.noo cords annually," McArdlc testified. "Utilization of this waste nirtlc- rial would be extremely desirable form a forestry standpoint and would preiUly extend the raw material supply o fthc pulp and paper industry. "Cost factors, distribution and llic large amount of hardwoods make unlikely now. however, any immediate increases in Southern newsprint production," he said. AT CECIL LOWE'S NEW STORE YOU'LL FIND THAT If Stays FRESH Longer! Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Lowe CHERRIES 8 oz. Bottles 29c LUX, I'ALMOUVK CAMAY CfiAD LIFKHUOY wWHr 3 |}i,rs Vi GALLON REX JELLY BUSH'S NO. 2 CAN HOMINY 3 C ans for . . . GALLON JUG VINEGAR 29 49 25 29 I,AK(JK rACKAGK QXYBOL 32 WHSTWINl) KAIJLY JUNK PEAS No 2 Can 10 JACK Sl'KAT NO. 2'/ 2 CAN SAUERKRAUT 25 WALUOKK TOILET TISSUE , „„„., 15 COFFEE Admiration Jar Chase & Sanborn or Blue Plate, Del Monte Can ib,45l KRKSH YARD EGGS Dozen 49 CUFJES or MEAL DOG FOOD ri ,^ 59 52 OUNCE HOTTLK TOKAY SYRUP 89 NEW WHITE POTATOES 10IJH1 53 CHOICE KEEP ROAST „, 43 ALL BRANDS OLEO TA 38 PURE WHITE LARD ,„ 22 BIG JIM—LARGE PACKAGE UmSHIHG POWDER 25 TEN-IJ-LOW—10 OUNCE JAR ICE CREAM MIX 29 ALL URANUS—TALL CANS MiLK 2 For 25 C WELCH'S—Hi OUNCE JAR G8APE JELLY 29 C "A" GRADE SUSED BACON lb 59 3 POUND CAN SPRY *1 {> PliKK MEAT GROUND BEEF ,39 SPECIAL NOTICE! CIGARETTES - $1.4SCtn. Sinclair Ethyl and Regular Gasoline ^ Arkansas-Missouri Prices! STOP AT BURTON'S !! Sinclair Station j -. -*'" ARKANSAS-MISSOURI STATE LINE < i SINCLAIR f| Q SINCLAIR ' GASOLINE

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