The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 4, 1947
Page 6
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1947 40-YearTVADeal To Be Submitted Long Period Needed To Repay $344 Millions Into 1,1. S. Treasury WASHINGTON, June 4. (UP) — A House appropriations subcommittee exiKct.s to propose u 40-yciir ohm nndor which the Tennessee *jUoy Aulliorlty would repay $344,- OtWiOO It lias received from tlic government. Tlie money was put up by the government to finance Installation of TV A power facilities. The 40- year plan is a compromise version of a propsiuil by Sen. Kenneth Mi:- Kellnr, D., Tcnii., who wants TVA to apy all of it s power revenue into the O. S. Treasury and come lo Congress each year for operating funds. Subcommittee members said the •plan would be recommended in the annual government corporations ap propriation bill scheduled to be approved by the full committee this week. The compromise would require TVA to pay the government alj least 40 per cent of its power rev-' emips every year, provide for re- BLYTI113V1LLE (AUK.) COUKIKU NKWS Dickie Bird Barber Joseph Casa lathers F \V. Howard in his San Francisco shop <is Dickie Hie bird watches the tonsorinl operation from his owner's shoulder. Customers can count on an outburst of song from (he pet canary us soon as the clippers slart to hum. paying of at least S10.5CO.OCO uy December, and require liquidation vfl at least 25 per cent of the $344- OCO.OCO every 10 years. | TV ; A power revenues have been Joncsboro Woman Dies running about $15,000,030 a year. rrumuii vies Tlie compromise would permit TVA to keep 60 per cent or less of its annual revenues for operating expenses and maintenance. Motor Magnate Says Big Change In Models Looms KIANSAS CITY, MO., June •». lUP) — Henry Foru II says the difference between the 1948 Kor;l and the 1947 model will be as great as the difference between the old Model T and Model A. What the differences will be', the 23-year-old head of the Poril company refused to say. Foid predicted the revolutionary etmiM'V yesterday, niter touring i^e local Ford plant with other Ford executives. I In- Confederacy dining Hie llrtui-cn tilt Slates War Southerners Celebrate Jeff Davis' Birthday ATLANTA, C!a., June -1. I UP) — Moslem l.»<lrr The South celcbinteil :i birtltilay India luis more followers uf Mo- loiljiy not recogniwM In the North, hummed th a n Turkey ever ruled. Southerners observed Jefferson On- it ranks as the leading Moslcf nn- vls birthday. He was president of' lion, with .some 77.000.000 devotees. PACT WIN! NOTIC'K Of AOMINISTIIATION i hiiiKina. ' I Notice Is lien-by t lv<n Hint let,-! A " J'«"'«oiis having claims against i-rti of nilinmlslrLilkm wine emul-' •*" lil eM " ln " I « required to exhibit od lo the iiiulcrsltned upau Uic 05- j "'ci", l Albeit K. lljimeii on the H'c properly authenticated, to for allowance' within six monllio from the date ,..,. . , ,, ,„,, _4lh day of May mj by tin; rr.)-| of llic fil , sl publication of this nu- . bnlu Court for tliu Unicxnsawba tlc-j or they sliall be barred forever District of Mississippi County. Ar- mid precluded from any benefit! in such csta:e. TSe definite ad ^'rcss of the undcnlcrMd »dmln .tratix l.s Route 3, Btrtberllle Arkansas. j ' Dated tllli 27th day of May 1MT Willie U B«nn*U Admlhtotratrtt Heed and Koy, attornevx; Destination of Minor Importance, Inquisitive Railway Employe Learns LINCOLN, Neb., June 4. (UP) • — A woman called train information today and nsked: "Do you .liavc any trains leaving between 9 and 10 o'clock?" "Where do you want to go?" "It doesn't matter," she said. "I'm leaving my husband." Bep. Albert Gore. D., Teiin.. a member of the subcommittee, said he was satisfied with the TVA ace. in its present form. He told reporters that-TVA has been paying more than 40 per cent of its pow- 'jkevcimics to the government and Wicnded to liquidate the entire *^,000,COo in 40 years or less. ^lic committee member said Jin understood House Republicans would not advance any more TVA legislation if tho subcommittee's proposal is accepted. He said he took this to mean that they would not support the McKcllar proposal. JONES no HO. Ark.. June 4. (U.P.)— Funeral .services were conducted today for Miss Helen Sharpmack, 22-year-old Jone.sboro telephone operator who died Wcd- icsday. She was rcpo.u-d to inive sW!\llowed rat poison. ' Church Group tp Select New President of College i Vegetable Pure ! to be sure / ! try & HuMKo ^THE (Dainty COOKING FAT Jts Wonderful! 'ROOK, Ark., June 4. (UP) —The Rev. E. c. Brown of Blythe- villL- yesterday announced a four- member committee to recommend a new president, for Central College at Comvay. The board discharged Dirt. L. Whipple as iiresUlcnt last week. Members of the committee are the Rev. Don Hooks of Cterk I he Rev. W. O. Vnught.of Little Rock, Mrs. J. E. Short of Ooultl nnd Mrs. Fay Laslcy of Conway. WAKNING ORI)EB"' IN THE CHANCERY COURT CIIICKASAWBA rilSTRIC'T, MTS- Sli-^l'l'I COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Mavi^lskins, Plaintiff. TS. No. 10,075 John G. Ask ins, Defendant. The-defendant John O. AslUrs is hereby warned to appear within tliity tlaj-s in the court named in the caption herof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Mavis Asklns. Dated this 13th day of May. 1017. HARVEY MORRIS, clerk. Virgil Greene, Attorney lor Plaintiff. F. C. Douglas, Attorney od lilem. Attention Ladies of Blytheville / My Third Si'mi-Amum! Horse S;ilc will be hold on Friday and Satin-flay, June olh and Gtli. I had hoped the hotels and ciinips would take care of the people who were coming.'BUT THEY ARE ALREADY FULL! Last full, many of yon gave mo reservation:;. The market crash came tho day before this salo, and many of the people who had reserved rooms did not come on this account. I rcgretcd this in more ways than one. IF YOU HAVE A SPARE ROOM that you could rent out for the '1th, 5th, and Gth, won't you please either "call oiie of the girls .at . f 676..,qr,.the ManagprV Office'at the Noble Hotel—telephone 2'1217~Tliey havw agreed lo cooperate with mo in placing the yiHil<>ra. Reservations are completely exhausted at all hotels and tourist homes in lilytheville and Osc«ola. This is a big advertisement for Rlytheville sind housing accommodations must be found for scores of visitors. Wo appeal to you lo lend your fullest cooperation. C. G. Smith SAVE SI ACRE On Cotton Chopping By Using A Flame Cultivator See It On Display-Our Plant Bldg. 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