The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 30, 1947
Page 7
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FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1017 Sugar Allocation Takes Big Jump 350,000 Tons Added Supply to DC Released During This Summer . WASHINGTON, j. ta y so. <UP>- Ilicre will be 350,01)0 Ions more au- for U. S. consumers l|ii s siim- , (lian (he-re was last Summer. jfABi'lcullurc Di'partmeiu dis- t'owd yesterday. 'llils assures household iwrs of the 35 pounds tlicy were promised for iho first 10 months of llii.s year, :i iicl possibly more. Stamps have already Vjeeu valc- tlatt'il lor 2a pounds and another 10-noiii!(I stump has been promised »>' Aug. 1. sugar rationiiif lias been extended to Oct. :n. but Kmotury of AgriruUiirc Clinton p. AiKlcr- spu can end it sooner if lie sees The department said that tlic civilian suear allocation for July August and September will | )C 1 070.001) short tons, raw value as compared with ],6:o,00>i<ins duviim tile same period of 1945 "If recent improvements continue," iho department said, "a moderate increase above Iho 35- ponnd rimire Is in prospect." The Increased allocation is due partly In an upsurge in the i>ro- I'nble susar supply for the r-sl of the year, it was pointed out" The increase is partially seasonal as this is the time of iho harvest of tile Ciilian cane crop, Use for extensive home and commercial canning, nml increased demand for soft drinks and ire cream. Tlip ration rate to Industrial users will remain a t 75 per cent of their 19<M base period, the department said. .A urged both household and j,,- iTf'nal users to buy their sugar 'jj^y to avoid transportation and tfiwbution difficulties. The department said these difficulties are possible because of the estimated billion-bushel winter wheat crop which must be moved beginning iu late June. High Mvcr The attiti spider is found at 22,(!CO feet above sea level on Mount Everest and is said lo be the Iiigh- cst living inhabitant of the world. To Philippines Emmet O'Neal, of Louisville, former Democratic congressman from Kentucky, has been named U. S. ambassador to the Philippine Islands. He succeeds Paul V. McNult, who resigned. BUILD TERMITES OUT CONCRETE Your new home be made tcr- niic-proofaiul structurally modern by building foundations, doors anil porches of concreie. Kc.iily-Mi.xeil Cohcrctc helps contractors -to a top quality job. The "mix" is accurately proportioned for the use intended by expert concrete men . . . every load uniform in strength, density and rcli.ibility . ; . delivered exactly where and when you want It. UI uuu> you >n touch with rell- oble^fntraclorc who can nivo you o good hems cr.d snvo you monc; r^~r.c u; for infor.~ia*icn HUGHES & Company "Ready Mix Concrete" Building Materials South 10th St. Phone 3531 Train Blast Probed _BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUUIEH NEWS A blasted car in wlik-h owo uusscnucrs were injured Is belnj; Invcstl- Batcd by 1T3I a B cnts in Fort Worth. Texas. The explosion occurre,. in the rest, room nearest I he sec I ion for whiles in the car Tlic cx,>io sion occurred in a "Jim crow Car" near Arcimorc, Oklahoma. (NBA Ex-Slave, 103, to Miss Union Army Celebration Because of Rheumatism NEW ORLEANS, May 30. rui 1 ) — Joseph Clovcsc. n former slave, won't he a drummer boy this year because lie's got to stay close l.i his bathtub. "I got the rheiunatism bad " '!'e Negro said. "I take m v time nova- days. I got through hum-In' ;,, •}••? war." ' Clovesc is 103 years ol,). He on-.f his longevity, lie says, to frequent baths in hot water and hnimciu. Clovese turned down a ii annual invitation to be drummer boy up North m Union Army Memorial Day ceremonies. He i s ||, C only »Vai'- KCC" infantryman in Louisiam There was another 'Yankee in ^ew. Orleans' " clove'se said "hut he moved a-.vay.", T he othc'r w : is e«iH»,y-old Charley ulrich v.- h lto He moved to fort Worth Tei- 'Yoii tell Mr. uirich." ' Clove" 5"U1. "that I'm coming to sen him ™,,etm,e, if r cnn CVC| . gct „„. °ath •• SC ' Maj ' bc :l rcw "love Head Courier News Want Ads Co/one/ Gets 10-Year Term For Gem Theft YOKOHAMA. J:i])aii. May 30. IU|>> Col. Edward J, .Murray was sentenced to la yours hard labor and dishonorable diM-harisi' Inmi tile U. S. Army today for mfsiiri- pi-oprl.itin); 500 di.imomlr, valued ftl *2COC:o while li'p wits o.-cii|).-illoii custodian ol Hie Hunk of Japan vnnlls. A court martial of seven gen- rrals iin n one colonel found Uin slifilil. BreyiiiB Murray miilly of "11 six specifications a R aln s t him. Mtirrays home Is P,i|to AMo. Ctdif. 'J c was convicted of vlolnlliiB Iho r oUt iirliclc of war. nmapprojiriRl- » 1 K the Jewels sclmd by the Ui ,.. "' J ' fl '°" 1 !llc Japanese (jov- eii-.meiit, simiRrdlnu I hem Into Ihe united Stales nnd faJsifyiiiK customs declarations. Murray was arrested upon ills "nival in San Frnnclseo lasl *Vb- •uai-y after completion of his occupation duties. Customs officers ound several unmounted diamonds 111 "is watch pocket and other «etns were found In Ins liieungc was returned (o japan for DIM VIEW Is . *"'• 3, of sclic- "cctaily, N. y , »»«.T lryl,, e i,, ••'hi to unscrew "ie world's blj- ' CCit eletlrlc inni|> from |( s ' perls phiced their market price (it ii]iproxlmiitcly $200,000. Cabbage Crop Harvested HUMI1OLDT, Tcnn., May 30 — Ui->- Jl-nc ih«t cano«d shipments of Hie West cnnessee cabbage crop "!B»ii movhi(! u> market yesterday • 11 price of |;oo jur'ton, one of ' he hujhosl opening prices in history. PAGE SEVEN -~-.. v ., 41 50.000-wad > liroduees liiht ^Qunl (ooutjiut of 2000 oiie- liinidred-waU «">t>s. It ... Wed In cere- "ionics dcdkal- I"/: nciv GK lisbthiK on Eric lluiik-viird. PUP of the clKhi In Ihe .country.' trial. 'I'hc ciilonel. a veteran of pines i-onibal, admitted Uio^pUP _„, Jinv els ,o ,,«. Bus Line Seeks Permit \ LITTI-E ROCK, Ark., May M iUP)—Tnc Arkansas Public Service Commission today has under ati- viseincnl, an application of the' Crittenden us Lille of Clarfcsdale lor ]:?riiiission to operate in Cnt- tmidcn County. Tiic apijlication was filed Uy Pranl; Wheeler, A. J. 'I'li<un».i and A. \V. Oliver. Fisherman Drowns FORT SMITH. Alh., May 'M. rUPi—Funeral services were conducted today for Ernest POBUC, 70-year-oid rethetl Fort Smith rail- r«.'i(l man. whose fofjcly was recovered near Nimrod Dam, Wednesday. J'i'giie was drowned -| iiesday wnun the boat in which he iu«l Waller •Bell ol Fort Smith were setting a trot-line, capsized in the waters below the dam. Farmer Kills Self JONESJ3ORO, Al*., May 30 (UP) —Funeral services were held yesterday Lake city fanner, who died liom a shot-gun charge in the head yesterday. Coroner W. c. Craij; termed the death .suicide. .—r^ > l_±^^\^^l_^^^j^nu^«^rThey «<.,„.,' ai' st^co IM ----- ••» THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL A Complete Paint Job on Any Make or Model Passenger Car Bring Your Car in Today LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 305 E. Main CMC TIUJCK8 Phone 519 OLDSMOBILE T.ct a Singer expert put your machine in first running order, Hcasona'nlc charges. Estimate fur- nisticd in advance. SINGER SEWiNG.CENTER •IU W. Main St. SEE T.F/DOC DEAN and DONALD HOWARD IN ACTION At The Blan Heath Auction Corner 5th & Moin Saturday, 9:30 A. M., May 31, 1947 Our Complete Gifts and Needs For Everyone! Come whether you buy or not It will be well worth your time _ If You Wont Bargains — Here They Are! SPECIAL CIGARETTES Sinclair and Regular Gaso Missouri Prices! Sinclair ARKANSAS-MISSOURI mi LINE SINCLAIR |j (J SINCLAIR GASOLINE SPECIAL! FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY Washed, Rinsed 3 Times And Damp Dried One Large Throw Rug One Large Blanket 1 Chenille Bedspread 25l THE WASHERETTE SELF-SERVICE, AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY Crosstown Main at Division 2 .„ All oi Your Life Insurance Needs ' General American Life Ins. Co. E. H. FORD, District Manager » Lynch Uliljt. HuHiness I' 2S1! RCH. :!1K5 Fowlsfon School of Music Special Summer Classes PIANO - ORGAN — VOICE Mr». Dalton C. Fpwlston, B. A., S. M. M. Term starts June 2nd through August 31 1947 A .special price. for the three nionlh.^tevm in •a being otferal. For Informiilion, call or 809 Chickospwbo Phone 2049 GATEffOOD GROCERY I Ark.-Mo. State Line on the left at the Arch Phone 9751 1 C , rown .............. T.35 J a ' vc '» 1.35 Schenl.y 7.35 Cream of Kentucky ..... 1.35 Three Feathers ........ 1.35 Hill & Hill ............ 1,40 Old Taylor . ........... Four Roses ............ , ft. 2.65 2.65 2 65 2.65 2.65 2/75 4^35 2^85 1 5% Bcer per Cose GAS ' r °3 17.9c; ... Ethyl Cigarettes ; pcr carton $1-55 •<*>^*>>>>>::CQ::O::^^^ 5th 4.15 4.15 4.15 S 4,15 I;! 4.15 2 4,40 £ 6-90 * 4.50 | $3.35 | 19.9c | . "For Work Done Right" CALL 474-475 Cold Storage for Furs and Woolens NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANE KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 'The Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ *~r tarn D*»eM>M« PKTROI.EUM PRODUCTS

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