The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1946 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, JULY II, 1910 HIATHKVIU.E (AKK.) COUUJEIl NEWS Russian Starts New UN Wrangle Objection Voiced to Allowing Canada at Bomb Policy Parley. NKW YORK, July 11. (UP)— Ths Unllecl Nutions Security Council j'csliTduy got into nnolhcr imK wr;iii|>l u OV i> r ;1 unssim, vclo nl- tempt when soviet. DclcBHtc An- iii'PL Grumyku iiUcm]jlcil to »:ir Ciiiiadii. at lenst temporarily, from PHrticiiialltig in distn.ssion of Atomic cnori'y commission rules without the rin!H lo vole. Circmyko objected to tile proposal licciniso lie .said he had not heard ol il Ijolore. He E aui it rniscd CIIIPH- lioiis iis towhether Canada was specially n(fueled by the iilomic (iisrussions and, it so, how lonu it would sit in nn Hie security council dsic 'II.SM01I.S. Ciinadii is a member of the atomic commission but not the security council. After first atleniptint; to apply a veto, Ciromyku finally s:iicl lie would reserve Ihc nnlit to raise Ihc Issue at a Inlc-r date if he fell i'. (lesiinble. Caiiiida then was allowed lo sit jn ;> t the meeting. The atomic commission rules were approved \vithout disDiis-sion. The council a' s o agreed to reler lo a committee of experts a rc- (lliesl from the International Colli't of Justice for clarification of ihc rules on admission of iion-m:-m- tjcrs. Degnan Suspect Meat Shortage Doomed as Stock Moves to Market \Villiam llcircns, above, 17-year- old University of Chicago stu- denl, is hchifi hcUl by police oE Hint cily in connection with tho Uidnap-sliiyiiiK last January ol Su/anpc Dejinan, G. Government To Guarantee Sale of Houses WASHINGTON, July 11. (UPl- The government announced toda it is ready to guarantee the sale i tested prefabricated houses and ne\ biiildint; malerials to boost, the vet emus housing proyi'am. llonsiiiK Expediter Wilson V Wycilt. who made Ihe announce incut, hoped the assured markeUs- with the government c^ooil [or u lo 90 per cent ot iei;ulai' sulliui; pr ccs—would spur the output of 2!>0 000 peimnncnt prcfalu Ihis ye: Plenty of Parking Space Third Person Dies as Result Of Gas Blast PAGE NINfc and GOO.OOO in 19-11. Production of prefubi'iciuul homes KO far IILIS tallun shcii L of Wyalt's oxpcclations. Ho blames this un a shortuuc of steel and plywood :mcj on uucerLiinty of markets in sotno areas due to local buikllng re- CHICAGO, July 11. (UP>—LivR- slock poured into mldwestcm stock- yurds today at pre-war levels, promising consumers -siill further relief from the prolonged incut shortage. i sL fictions. A DepnrtmcnL of AgricuHurc i _ agent suid that arrivals at, 1'2 priii- . cipal wt'.st and nikhvo.st varcls wore r> I • r~ f "normal for a peacetime Wcclncs-1 KGQ I TOTS rQVOl cliiy." A total of 159,900 head of hogs, cattle and sheep were received at the yards. Mondays and Wednesdays usually arc peak days for receipts. At Washington, the Agriculture Department predicted that meat prices would average la to 20 per cent more than fonner ceiling prices jf Congress does not restore "price controls. Limit on Rent Increases Tlte AsricnlUire Department saicl MEMPHIS, Tcnn.. July il. (UP) —The Hral EsUite Boiird or Memphis loday l:ad yonc on record as "clcplorinE; ;uiy ;ubi(rary or alj- iionnal increase in rents cither \vitii or without regulation ol OPA." Tlic !x>finl voted to ask Mayor c:han<3ler to npjxjinl a Fair Rent Coniinittec to hen'r and correct vent nbusns nncl to help hold the line ;;gninst inflation in evelll that \vithont controls, moat prices would vise shavply fof a few weeks and then taper oil by Fall. The nine largest yards received 10.900 IIOKS. 45,500 cattle and :3,200 sheep, compared with 60,500 hogs^ 1 OPA controls are nol restored. J7.700 x-itltle, and M.OOO 'sliccp'-'fc- I Trie" groiip 'cinpimsiicc!. however ccived yestcrt'iay. I that it believed any extension o! The 12 principal midwest mar- ' OPA controls should include au- kcts received 01,600 hogs, 55,700 tliority to raise rents as much as cattle, and 22,000 sheep. | 15 i)cr cent. /\/\/\/\/i\/\ A/\ /\/\ A. A A i Let Your Shoats Make Hogs of Themselves tn&m. INTERNATIONAL SWEET MAK-MEAT HOG FEED - : "•'- ../ Select only good slock. Feed is '"-' scarce and should be used wisely. s Feed Sweet Mak-Meat Hog Feed. You shorten the feeding period vhen you feed for fast growth. Produce profitable pork with Sweet Kiosk-Meat Hog Feed, .Always INTERNATIONAL SWEET MAK-MEAT HOG FEED V AT YOUR DEALERS ^••'' ; !'- v ':r-v ''m&- »!......,,.. .T. OVER 100 MILLION BAGS ALREADY SOLD THEY MUST BE GOOD MKMI'lllK. Trim.. July n. ail') •••Olrii TlimnsiK'iry, ;iO. Minimum, Ark.. Inxl dilver, died In « hospital here yesterday -- Ihe Ihlrd victim of <i niiliini' |;as dink explosion Ml K Miulanm cafe Momliiy. Mrs. r'riuiklc llmvivrd A<l:i ilMi of MiulaniKi died 1 unil (;h;i ilrs Heir, or (he •d li LU, Aik.. haspilal yeMcul ficati Cornier News Want Ads Sail Krancisco's famous four-lrnckcd Market Sired, normally swnrmiiig with trnlTlc, became n slant parking lot when street ear men went on strike. The city's workers, forced to drive In lo work, solved their parking problem by leaving Ihcir cars !n tha middle ot AInrkct.Slrcct. Wher« Your F!ow«re Are — You Arel One call to us will nrrnngo to Imve your remomtjrnnccs went, nol just once, but month after month. Ank about thi» plan. r.lMk. BerrtM W» IXIIrer Anywh*r* rb. t»l Mn. J. M. (MM) WUlUnw. ••**** OknoM Hldi. FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a <|tiifli wile nee me. I have buyers for homes, l.lsl your probity with me. My commission i» 5%. I have no HicK'line.s. Office 120 So. Krcond H. C. CAMPBELL Vhonei 4W «r «*M lirs •% 4 • | For Kolnrock DRUGS Free Delivery Phone 451 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE AS SXACr ASTH/S ROY yvOQDS-Owrxw RALPH NICHOLS TOPPED WITH WHIPPED CRCflM Comf 3 in ancfCtiioy DELICIOUS SUNDAE or j tall Cool Drink/ COMPLETt: FOUNTAIN SERVICIT ALCOHOL 19 5 YPS. ADHESIVE TAPE 9* FIRST AID S1.49 ABSORBING ;R ATHLETES FOOT BOTTL£ B.F.I. ANTISEPTIC 50^ DEW uauio HOUSEHOLD COTTON ENVELOPES FREEZONE COXS size '/3.-OZ. M£RCUR- OCHROME HANDI TAPE 23* WITH LIQUID OLIVE ^2Sf"» TABLETS /Of! POWDER PUFFS rStTH TAN 20MULETEAM SKOL LOTION 29* STYPTIC PENCIL • LARGE 3-oz JAN LACK FLA5 LIQUID GRIFFIN ALL-WHITE MALTOSt NORWICH i.QTIOH Need 24-hr. S«rvic« TAXI!! Call Bonded and Insured 968 Biff Wundcrlich NOW OPEN! Itlyllu'villf's Only Inclusive Used Car Dealer WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS AND TRUCKS TOP PRICES PAID See Us Before You Sell! If You \Vnnl u Heder Car, We . Can Itcal! Kee Us Today Bud Wilson Auto Sales Phono 2037 Franklin and Main Srs. FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Also CULVERTS 12 inches to 48 inches THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. Cet 6 days plowing in only 5 dayi-J The self-cicaning OPEN CENTER keeps lugs open at holh ends. Gives each lug an entering cdjrc lt> st;irt the bile. So, (he whole lug digs down deeper, gels more grip. Ask any neighbor now using Sure-Grips. He'll confirm what tests prove . . . You ffcl up to 22',T more work with less fuel when . you use Goodyear Sure-Grip Tractor Tires. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc.

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