The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1946 · Page 7
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^WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 19-16 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Atomic Control Plans Studied Australia Offers Working Formula To UN Committee. NEW Y011K, July 2. (UP)-A united Nations narking subcommittee today .studied ,, n Australian lorniuln designed to speed ngrce- mcnl on the basic essentials of a world. nUmilc control pliin. Australian Foreign Minister Hcr- uerl V. Evall prevented his plnn . yesterday In the form of six Intor- - locking propositions. They were np- .. Paiently drawn up in an attempt • to help the UN Atomic Energy Coin, mission begin work on certain mn- diimentai principles to which both the United States ami Russia might agree. The subcommittee, whose cluur- "liin is Evatt. ami which Includes representatives of France, Mexico the United Slates, Great Brit tin, and Russia, holds its second meet i»g lodny to continue its discussion ol the Australian plan, Chairman Evatt presented his Plun at the worker's subcammittee's first meeting yesterday. A coinnuin. inns summarized his proposals as follows: 1. Promulgation of a "single international instrument" to control development authority.. .nltli wide discretionary powers." As an "essential" part of this plan, member nations would pledge thenisclve-s not to use atomic weapons. The several parts of the plnn would "com c into effective operation under terms and conditions which lire just and equitable..." 2. Vesting in the international authority of "all necessary rights in the relevant raw materials, processes, plants and tile products of plants." 8. Establishment of "an effective system.. .for preventing breaches ol the agreed restrictions and controls." 4. Promotion and execution by ; the authority of plans for "the development of atomic energy fo .-„ peaceful purposes, r 5. Free exchange of "scientific information on nuclear processe.' and their application to pcacefu purposes" through "interchaiu;c o personnel and...open publication." Care would be taken at each stage 'not to prejudice the effectiveness of the agreed safeguards against misuse." 6. Provision for halting the production of atom bombs and dismantling all existing stocks "at times and under conditions to be flxe<l by the international authority." Push-Button .Warfare , Tension Eases In Riot-Torn Trieste Areas TRIESTE. July 3. (UP)--Tension rased In riot-torn Trieste today but prccaullons were taken for a massive demonstration o! pro-Slavs planned for the funeral late today ot a 61av laborer, Giorgio Olor- gluttl, whom the Slavs charge w.n .slain by "Itallun-^jntrollcd locitl police." Shops reopened today after tiw general strike and street cars were running. However, some pro-Slav groups still refused to return to work. Some local workers aided Oer- nutn prisoners of war In unloading an American ship in jxn-t but most port workers hail not returned and six UNRRA ships were idle for tho second day. British and American troops pu- trolled the city wlthofit arms, Indicating the reduction in tension. News of the nciu- agreement a Paris on Trieste has not yd ap- wureil here due U> dvluys In tiuna- nlltlng 1 the nuws. United SlHtes soldiers KOl «n- ither workout l»st nlshl wlwn they •cntterwl 2,000 Slovenes <l«U( Cum- nimLsls mining In the aunbiilili ?ima. where nine American iiiul :lilfl«h soldiers were woumU'il in lie,first plm.sv of the Tilesto rlot- 'I'he Slovene-controlled iinli-l-'us- cist Union announced thnt Its «en- eral strike would continue today. PAGE SEVEN as an arss concepon base on Admiral Dcnfeld's prediction, of l a push-button r,.ir activity of the future. An atomic rocket-bomb, jwith a television rye hi its nose is being guided to its target by the (Operator (shown in inset) \vho observes its progress on his lele- 'vision screen from the safety of liis control station far icmcvcd from the target area., —• .»_:_ —A^_•-. NOTICE OF GRANTING OF LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas has issued a permit, No. 184 to Buford and C. A. Martin to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as 420 West Ash Street, Blythcvllle. This penrpt issued on the 1st day of July, liHCi and expires on the 30 day of June. 1947. liutord Martin i'urmiltec. 7|3-10 New Crosley bantam automobile, weighing 10QO pounds, will make 50 miles on a gallon of gas. according to its manufacturers. FIREWORKS Crispy Cold Fruits Vegetables, Watermelon CARTERS Thai mount Ilic city wonkt be piir- nlywtt Tor the ti'comt sUulifht dsy, .since the union controls most of tho workers. CHILLS ft FEVER DUE TO MALARIA with their home lerinina: and to report to police immediately any forest fires or hiuhway accidents which they discover. PIN-WORMS NOW CAN BE BEATEN The miacrk-s of Tin-Worm* hnv* hcci known for centuries, rcncl millions of vir tima linvs Boucht n «r»y to ilcnl «-il[> thi pest Oiat lives insi.lc the human hocly. Today, llmnka to n B[>e<-m]. mwlicnll recognized tiruu n htehly t-IT*ctivc Irv'at uient >ias been nmOe po^sililc. Thin drilK I the vital insriKliciit in P-W. the J'in-Wor. tnblcla dcvcloiied ill tlic laboratories ot I)| D. .Tnync A Son. The small, oiiss'-lo.tjilte P-W InWcts »• in a special way to remove PIn-Worma. S don't anfTcr with the rmuarrfljsini; rt-i-l. itch caused l>y this unly pcnl. Auk yon dru[rsi«t for JAVNE'S f-Yl xn'J follow i: j, ,__ ti ns Pin-Worm leliefl •IL... P-V/ * Z-Way Itaflio tor Busses PE'lJiHUGRQ, N. H.. (UP) -All busses oiierated by the Granite -.-- .SlrifS cquijiQcd .with two-way ' fartltf. this will ' enable drivers to keep In constant, watch CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Studcbaker Service WE BUY AND SELL GOOD USED CARS Lex Chamblin Bill Chamblln Phone 2195 Kailroad & Ash Sta. $55,000 TELEPHONE EXPANSION PROGRAM FOR BLYTHEVILLE New equipment being installed to provide service for customers now waiting A' telephone expansion program costing a gross amount of $55,000 is underway in Blylheville, to provide service by early fall for nearly all the 200 Blytheville residents now waiting for telephones. Workmen now are installing an addition to dial equipment in the telephone building. It is scheduled for completion early next month. As soon as it is ready, we can begin lo install telephones for those on the waiting list. More equipment will he added just as soon as possible to care for those persons who cannot be served with this first addition. ,Wc also arc planning ahead for future telephone growth, and a large addition lo dial equipment is scheduled for next year lo meet the continued heavy demand we expect here. ContinuedBlytheville Growth. Continued development of Blytheville and the surrounding rural territory makes telephone expansion imperative. Blylheville now has 2,784 telephones, representing an increase of 59 per cent in the last live years. Since tlic end of the \var, we have connected 950 telephones here, but the heavy demand for service has kept the waiting list long. Blylhevillc now has become what \vc call a "closed office" — that is, we have no more room in the dial equipment lo connect additional instruments, and llic new switching equipment is necessary before we can add more telephones. | • In addition lo new switching equipment, ;\ve also must place many miles of wire and cable throughout the city. \Ve s will go ahead • jvith ibis outside job as rapidly as possible. •• \\ "Stretching" Existing Equipment. While the expansion program is underway, we will continue to use every available means to "stretch" existing equipment-to serve every person possible. We have connected more telephones to the dial equipment than it originally was designed to handle. With this heavy load there may be times dining the busy hours when there will be a brief delay before you hear the dial tone. "Stretching" equipment also means maximum use of party lines. 1'arfy lines enable us to connect the greatest number of telephones to the equipment, and we will continue to install lliis type of service almost exclusively until the waiting list is cleaned up. Neither of these practices would be used ordinarily, but we are employing them temporarily to speed the day when there will be no waiting list for telephones. Then, we can turn lo the job of giving each person the type of service he wants when and where he wants it. These Blytheville plans are a part of the. overall expansion program which the telephone company is undertaking. In the next live years a gross amount of approximately $250,000,000 will be spent for expansion in the five-stale area which Southwestern Bel! serves. ,' P. L Poe, Manager, SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY G2(> North <>th Street Open 7 Days a Wttk 4% FARM LOANS HF^rm loans rmulc to fit your individual needs. Our < repayment privilege granted nil borrowers. Lot ua our Pro-Payment Reserve Plan. EXTRA CHARGES—NO APPLICATION, \APPRAISAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION i If we arrange a loan with you it is Rood business for | »m to rnako it fit your needs because farm loans are [a good i investment only when they are good for the n farm dWncr. NOBLE GILL AGENCY USED CARS WANTED W« will pay you the full OP A Coiling plus your extra equipment. If you are Koinjj (o ke«p yuur present car let m fiv» you an twlimate on reconditioning your factor, body and painting. Credit term* txit he arranged. Tirea, Tube* *jul ant* wnd home radios for Bate. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmohlle Bast Main St. CMC Trucks Gleneoe Bldg. Phono !U Need a 24-hr. Servke TAXI!! Call Bonded and Insured 968 Bill Wundcrlich "A Statement on Prices" The NEW YORK STORE The New York Store pledges its support in the effort to curb price increases as a result of the ending of OPA. In accord with this effort and in keeping with the traditional policy of The New York Store, prices will not increase on goods already in stock. In the event of price increases by manufacturers on goods received in the future The New York Store will take only its traditional profit mark-up. This store pledges itself to do everything within its power to prevent "runaway" prices. FARM DITCHES OITCH^ANK LEVELING PRIV#FE:ROADS ' OR ANY EXCAVATION .^ree; Sstimates.' S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. •Phone, 3646 aiat2S25' NOTICE ,of CLOSING In order to let our employees enjoy the holiday we will be closed all day • "• - V, • Thursday, July 4th DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY .' : ' ".' •" '- v " •"••'.- •• ' - • !' '-:•'.•• " -,. : :' • .'; V : ,; BlytheviNe, Ark. Signed The New York Store By Walter Roscnthal Lillian Roscnthal Insulate Your Home NOW i with PARTEMP FIRESTONE'S Home Insulation VARTKMr will keep your fcnuse COOLER in the summer and WAKMKR In the winter. PARTKMP is n new type of home insulation sold exclusively by Firestone. FARTKMP Is genuine staple cotton. • PAKTFMP Is light. It weighs less than 10% ns much ns some Insulation materials. PARTEMP Is easy and snfe to install. It will not harm skin or clothing. \ TAKTliMr is Government Inspected and approved. PARTEMP is Fire-resislnnt. Not even thi . names of a blow torch will ignite it. PARTEMP is vorrnln-rcpelinnt. -"• Come in or Call Us Today Regarding The Amazing New PARTEMP FREE ESTIMATES :.,':: 0. O. 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