The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 8, 1949
Page 11
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS ill Hurt One-Line Points Missouri Pacific < Freight Service to Come to Halt Friday LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 8—H>|— 'One-line" points will suffer most Horn the Missouri Pacific strike If it materializes, a traffic expert laid here today. J. C. Murray, traffic manager of the Little Rock Chamber of Commerce mentioned clarksville, Rus- tellville, Newport, Morrilton, Arkadelphia. Giirdon and Crossett as » few of the Arkansas cities which have the Missouri Pacific as their onlv rail millet. "These places will have to go entirely Into truck transportation Jt'or freight) in and out of their ^WUt-s." he said. Murray said he believed other railroads have sufficient equipment to handle the additional burden of freight placed on them bv the firike of Missouri Pacific operating employes, scheduled lor Pvi- dav. The Big Rock stone and Material Company here today laid off nearly 100 employes in anticipation of the strike. Snow* Wilson. Jr., vice president and general manager, said there was ' - no othc-r course" as a result of the freigt embargo placed by the Missouri Pacific, line here. Other shippers normally using the Missouri pacific made plans to switch to other lines during the eiMercscri.^y. Rail officials have salt! 4,'2A Missoui'i Pacific employes In Ark ansas will be off their .jobs as a res'ilt of the strike. This tota Inr'itiJes 2,325 members of the op prating unions which called the. strike plus non-operatit::? employes laid t>ff by the road because CHI tailed operations. Tropical Birds Like Aviary Because Its By NBA Service SEATTLE, Wash. —(NEA>— The topical birds in tlie new aviary at the Woodland Park Zoo have ound something In civilization that, .heir free relatives in the jungles lavcn't got. That, something is rad- icni heating. The new structure ts believed :o be the first aviary in the country heated by hot water flowing •hrougli pipes imbedded in the floor. It does away with drafts, dangerously hot surfaces and other heating hazards and maintains the Seattle's New Heated Inside • ">y attendants who reach them from iMden corridors. Each cage Is ad- ptable to the.requirements of the ndlvldual si>ecles and Is planted with vegetation from the birds' lalutal habitats. Chilly weather won't curtail ex- Hblt schedules, according to the •oo's director, E. J. Johnson. Even he most delicate bird is kept In :IImale best suited to Its particular requirement. The radiant heat experiment has >een so successful the Zoo is considering an outdoor lion and tiger c age, to prolong tlie showing season. The cage would have radiant- heated rocks. r'unnon Revolt Ends; Settlement Reported CANTON', Sept. 7— (!T>— The official Nationalist Central News Agency yesterday Indicated the revolt In Yunanu Province had ended with a settlement apparently favorable to the government. The news agency said Oov. Lu Han had flown to Chungking to confer with Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek. Lu previously had declined to go to Chungking to meet D*lhi City Authorities Gloomy About Feed Cost NEW DELHI, India— (ff}— Municipal authorities »« unhappy about the cost of feeding the hundreds of stray cattle rounded up In this capital city. The CHtlle are a menace to traffic and to kitchen gardens planted under the government's Riow-morc- food campaign. Some of the animals are sacred cow* left to roam at will, There also are huge bulls dedicated to various temples by their iwners. Finally there are the cows let loose by tbeir owners to Braze on any grass they can find The municipal committee must feed unclaimed cattle for two weeks before auctioning them off or freeing them outside the city liir^s Those liberated usually come back to Delhi, however. A committee Chiang. The bloodless revolt broke Saturday when forces of the provinc- fial warlord took over Kunming, famed during the war as the northern terminus of the Allied airlift to China. On the fighting front the Nationalists claimed they were holding their own against a Communist drive to cut the Canton-Hankow railway no miles north of Canton, the provisional capital. PAGE ELEVEN Masonic Giit to Stat* TB Sanitarium Will Bt Dedicated Tomorrow * BOONEVILLK, Ark, Sept. 8. (AP) —A second building given to the State Tuberculosis Snnllorluin by the Masonic Lodge of Arkansas is to bt dedicated here tomorrow. C. Allon Clitl, El Dorado. Oiiiiut Master of the Grand Lodge will preside. The building, costing $125.000. tz lo b« used R.S a school and recrcn- Uon building for child patlente U Hie (munition. The first building given lo tlic snntioritim by the Mnsoius was ded- Icalcd in 1924. H cosl »90,000 and Is used exclusively for treatment ol ohildri'n. Jucice Joseph M. Hill, tormcr rlialrman of the lantlorluin board. Is credited with playing » major rale in raising funds for both buildings. member estimates there are 2.000.000 head of cattle roaming wild In India. ., h* n*M «ttra* rf •ONTM.T K FEMALE GOMPUUNTS Arc you troubled toy distress of f«mal« functional periodic dlsturb- • nc*t? Does this make you suffer Irom p«ln, reel AO nervous, tired— at «ucb tliii PS? 'I'llen DO try I.ydU K. PhiVham'a Veyela.b!e Compound to relieve inch symptoms. I'lnkham'* hw * Rrivnd AOOthlUR effect on one a) utoman't moat important oiganat LtDIA L PINKHAM'S "^'" lt Allspice is the dried uprlpe fruit from a pimento tree. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES Thii Old Tr**tm«nt Oftwi Bring* Happy R*lief Wh*inltKmI«r of kldnfy function pfrmlU poisonous matter to nmaFn In your lili.txj, it may cause naff sins backache, rheumatic pains, Ic8 imms. IOBS ot Tep anj energy, «et tin); up niKiita. jwcHinr, i-iimncss under the eyfi, headaches «n'l dininfi!, Kre<]i:«nt m tcanly ];c3 with gmnrtJng nnj bumti^i i'-iiictinica shows there It sometlitng wrouE wiOi your klilncys or bltulder. l>i>n't wiilt I Ask vour tlrURKiil for Doan'n Tills, n strmulant iliiireUo, u*«l succcasfuUy by millions for over 60 yean. Doan'a sin- iclipl and will help the If, mllei of Kidney tuLe* Hush out poisonous w*it*froai I your bWi, Cct Doan'A PUlc. AUTO & TRUCK PARTS OFFERED AT COST! *;},()00 worth of auto, truck, and tractor parti are now offered for s»\e al wholesale price b«- i-ituse we're closing out our parts department ^ou are urged to contact us soon to get the uart» you need. p«n» Davis Bros. Garage Manila, Ark. Phone 71 Russian Foresees Fear Of Depression in U.S. MOSCOW — I,TI— Peter Dorisov who visited (he USA as a guest o the Ail-American Congress in Dc r fcnse of Peace, has summed up his I impressions of the country tn "Zmunya." "The American people," lie said, "sense that they are on the eve of an economic depression by com- pari—n with which the 1031 catastrophe will seem utterly trivial." Discussing the Impressions, Culture and Life, until the Soviet writer talked with many representatives of progressive American iii- telligensia. Their statements re- riuced themselves to one: genuine cultural life In the USA Is being trampled by reaction. l l l!'i:i) IIOKNHll.l, from Indian jungles bus wcuthcr just rijhl for him In the Miliatil-heated Seattle Aviary. health or the birds through positive temperature control. The rosellus that live in Australia, | the troupials in South America and the wax-wings in Asia may be able to choose, but they donf have the even climate the Seattlcs caged rosellas, Iroupials and wax-wings have. The building was especially designed for its winged tnnatnts. More than two miles of speical steel pipe run under the floors, carrying hot water. The pipe is covered with a concrete floor slab. All bird areas are separated from the public throughout the entire aviary by glass. The birds are fed and watered and the cages cleaned LET ME AT 'EM! » * T m ~ J'ackcrl 8 to 10 lo the pound, they're all "Dinner- Quality" meat! Tender beer and juicy pork! Buy them in the package marked SWIFT'S PHHMIUM FRANKS. That, way you're always sure to get the same high quality and delicious flavor. Look for your dealer's special display of Swift's Premium Franks in the flavor-protecting package Made FRESH DAILY in Swift's kitchens from Coast to Coast! MISSES' 24.75 COATS PRICED LOWER THAN LAST YEAR 24.75inJuly, 19.98now. Sheen coverls, suedes, Iweeds and plaids. Rayon Unfngs. "SKIP" SNEAKERS FOR BIG BOYS! WERE 2.29 2.20 a month ago! Slur- <i.v, hruwn duck uppers anil (hick rubber soles Si/.es KV 2 -\2. 1 67.95 M-W SUPREME UPRIGHT CLEANER REDUCED IN PRICE! «7.ilo last May! Revolving liPiilor-hriish removes more dirt from your 52 95 COMPARABLE FUR-TRIMS COST 49.98 LAST YEAR 49.98 in July, $38 now. Sheen CO verfs.Muskraf, persian lamb, inouton, bombay lumb Irirns. *38 LAST YEAR YOU PAID 1.49 FOR MISSES' RAYON SHIRTS 1.49 in July, 99c now. Rayon shirts, washable, well-made. In while, pink, aqua, maize. 99 C PIONEER DENIM OVERALLS AT A NEW, REDUCED PRICE 2.69 lost Spring! Sanforized*, barlocLed, ruslproof hold- wore and double seamsl 2 29 249.95 Deluxe 9.5 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator! Many Extras! Zlil.fIS liusl July! I.nrge fiTC/.cr; Kood freshener: J'Yosler. 22995 3.98 ALL-STEEL BLINDS 23-24 IN. BY 64 IN'. .').!)S last Scplcmlior. . . now much lower! •about other si/.cs and cut-prices! THESE NEW FALL RAYONS WERE 5.98 LAST SEASON Soveupto33%. Rayoncrepos, spuns, lailles. Prinls, solids. 9-15, 12-20, 16'/2-24!/2. 400 MISSES' SLACKS COMPARE TO LAST YEAR'S 3.98 QUALITY S.!)S in July, 2.0S now. Rayon slacks with stitch- erl crease, /ip placket, 1 wo pockets. WOOL-LIKE RAYON SUITING WAS 1.39, NOW REDUCED! A famous Bur-Mil product, it was a sell-out, even al 1.89 yd.! Look? like wool, washable. DOWN GOES THE PRICE ON OUR 8.98 FALL DRESSES S.9S just a few months ago. Rayon crepes, failles spuns, part wools. 3-15, 12-20. FULL-FASHIONED CAROL BRENT NYLONS WERE $1 Cut over 10% since Junel Semi-sheer 30 denier, 45 gaugs, [all shados. 8/2 -1 ]. When manufacturers' prices drop. Wards pass the savings to YOU! Here are fust a few of the hundreds of items on which Wards already-low prices have been REDUCED! WOMEN'S, GIRLS KOMET RIB ANKLETS WERE 35c 35c in March! Snug ribbed- fo-loe slyle, flat knil soles. Mercerized! Sizes 8/2-11. 29 C 49.95 PLATFORM ROCKER HI-PILE FRIEZE COVER •1!).!>5 last January! Coil -spring seat over No-San spring base and back. 39 95 WOMEN'S 59c BEAU DURA BRIEF OF SPUN-LO RAYON 15% lower than lost Moy) Elastic or band l»g slyies. Pinl: or whito in S-M4. 49 e 1.49 CEIANESE RAYON PANELS 41 IN. BY 81 IN. 1.49 losl September! Boauli- fuliy tailored morquiseUe panels in solt eggshell! 98 C eo. 7-P1ECE FRIEZE LIVING ROOM . . . WAS 169.95 169.95 last Jan.! Knucl- I* arm style *m figured Frieze,hordwood frame*. 12988 3.98 DOTTED PR1SCILLAS EA.S1DE 45 BY 90 IN. ' 3.98 lojf September! Dainty ^^ Ofi pebb!a dot prisci'los with bfl- M ^r ^9 lowyheoded ruflle Irim! Ivory. ^^* P*. 1.39 BEAU DURA SLIPS OF SPUN-LO RAYONI Cm 20c since Moy! Circulor knit, odjustobla strops. While, leoroie. Sizes 37 to 44. 57.95 EXTRA LARGE CEDAR HOPE CHEST S7.95 lasl May! .Matched Walnut veneers over .1/1 in. Tennessee Red Cedar. 49 95 79.50 HILLCREST RUGS 9 X 12 FT. SIZE, NOW 79.50 last November! Dense all-wool pile In n Rracefnl leaf patlern! 58 88 WOOL, PART WOOL SLACKS COST $2 MORE IN JULY! Were 9.95. New Colifornia styles with zipper fly in your choice of six fabrics. 795 ISO COIL INNERSPRING MATTRESS . . . WAS 24.95 24.95 lost Julyi Premier wire coili podded with cotlon. Ourobl* woven stripe ticking. 2I 95 6.45 STYLETONE BROADLOOM 9 FT. WIDTH CUT-TO-ORDER 6.15 lasl March! All-wool pilcl Colorful damask, floral, 18th century patterns! ARMY TWILL MATCHED SET COST 5.88 LAST MONTH! (>ood looking work or Iti- sure outfit! Dress tailor- Injf. Punts hav« zipper flv. 5 37 39.95 HAWTHORNE MODH "Set BIKE—FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 39.95 lost Juno! Slufdy, llreamtinecT, chaiR guard, 5lt»\d,"Air-Cusliion" ltr»s! 34 95 179.95 STANDARD ELECTRIC RANGE! PRICED EXTRA LOW! 1S!I.!I5 last May! Hiis bij; 1-piece top; large 18"», oven-broiler. 4.98 5-GAL. CAN VITALIZED OILNOWONLY •1.98 last May! Why pay ;!:H: a quart elsewere for oil! (iet Premium Grade Vitalized. 4 69 11.45 TRAIL BLAZER TIRE NOW REDUCED 11.45 lasl Mayl Every ounca first qualily materials. Save wilh safslyl Buy nowl O95 J 6,00-14 fW 7a* ..In. 32.50 VITREOUS CHINA CLOSET UNIT REDUCED! :!2.5() last April! Slain- acid-proof. No sttrfac* to peel. Kasy lo clean I 29 50 49.95 Hawthorne Model "70" Tank Bike—For Boyi & Girls 49.95 last June! Fully equipped — Delta light horn, "Air - Cushion tires! 44 95 4.98 EXTRA-WHITE SUPER HOUSE PAINT IN 5'S . . . -1.98 last June! Same lop-(|ualily self-cleaning White! • Former 5.08 gal. 4.29 4' 9 5.65 WEATHERPROOF WIRE NOW AT NEW LOW PRICH Was 5.65 lasl ApfiH *'6. • .*' 3.19 • * 10 was 1.49 459 F loo-ti. WASH FAST AND VAT-DYED! PERCALE PRINTS WERE 39cl liitf variety of bright patients, that'll slay fresh and new! 8(1 scj. percale. 35 c 2.29 STEEL GARBAGE CAN GALVANIZED! 10-GAL. SIZE 2.29 last July! Sturd/ quality— rustproof, leakproof! Snjg lid, slrong hondlo. |98 7.95 AUTO SEAT, SWING AND STAND COMBINATION 7.DS hist .lime! A 3-in-l value! Swing and stand converts to auto scat for traveling. 595 PRICE BREAK ON 5.98 PIN-POINT" CHENILLE ROBE 5.98 lost August. Dork, light shodes in pin-point baby chenille. 12-20, 35-44. 398

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