The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 18, 1946
Page 5
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THURSDAY. JULY 18, liMli (AUK.) COUK1KK NKWS Markets Survey Gets Under Way Commerce Deportment Aides in Jonesboro On Inspection Tour •K:N'I';-,ll<;i<(\ Ark.. July 1H. <U!'> — No 1 ,'. 1 industries upemM u,> Pi Jot]e>buro .sinre [he end of UK' War ,u're inspected yeslerdav by Department <>1 Commerce officials- who me making a tour ol Kast'-iil , Arkansas for a mai !-.etin;> survey. A The isroup arrived Tuesday nii'h- T-itayinn overnight. The Cha:rb-r or Commerce, headed by Charlei ••'li:ck. president, was host at a l.-rcakfasi Wednesdav morning. Chamber ofticials e.eor!e:t Hie Croup tliroiiwli ricr- and eiitMii liclds. .loiifb.iro HtoLkyard.s. Uio I'rolie l r O!>tv:car Companv plant. Hie 1 itlle (;;i;,,it Ol:l«s Conmaliv faeloiy. i he Waldridue Miii- '.-iiy Mills and oilier smaller .plain;. Hiee nulls and new rice liners i^eie al>o li.'U'efl. Cliii.s-.cacl, aetiiu: ctlief of I lie de- Piiitinc nr.s analysis section. Witn him uric l.|anl;lin P. il'lddle ot Wasliii]|;K;n. editor ol Kiplin-!"!-'.-: MiiBimiiie; Alfred M. Lund. «::;::• ljc|;anment nf Commeree rcine- liirv-niaiiiiiji'r nl ilic Art:;uis is Kco- noniic.s Cniiiifil-Kf.iic Ulianibri <i: Coniiiiene: IT. K. TllaU'llfV. W.l«h- ">SI<H1 i-e|)l-i'.sci)iiilivr of lllr A/- C.Ilicr Aikausa.s ( ilio.s atnl i'i< 1 bt'ing includctl in Lao linir. j Tlic 1 .survey will bo the tii-st oao ! c'oiului'ii'd in I!K' N:itUin. Mr. Olni- i slrad said t!ir Urpartintni uf Cum- 1 inrtx'c lutd of its Foreign Ministers Adjourn Witii Many Problems Unsolved O VjJCpSLAVIAj " ; " BULGARIA --- 2 Lb. PACKAGE iugo'/uvici qivcn isluixi oi Pcluqosti, \M||I I Idly ocoml- cd IlilllllT njlils; ll(,l,' 1C- laiiis Piancsii, bul may nol iiMliliii,;- l!ie r,:,in:l 1 Lb. Pkg. 2Sc PAGE FIVB r Market 109-111 MAIN STREET Cef the New BIG f—*^ — ~*^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^ ^ Cashmere Bouquet o vc ;ibovc .sunininri/cs ;*clion taken and ])robleins left im'u>hvil by V.^t I'our f«irei;;n mini; UTS in I ^ tjunfu'rcnce, ;is tlu-y acijonrnc<l to inako way for the LM-natiun peace I'onlei OIILC ' lu IA-JIJII • ' li-.orc July :'.'J. in llic .slate':; industrial dcvclupnient ])rosrani. .Simon P., di'ceii.scd. on the 31 ; liate of .saiil leiter.s \vil! bnve ]jri'>, - - The A'.iv.l ralian ground paircit ' ' by tlic I'rubiilu ">' " Vl ' r "lose after lapse oi Court for the Cliicfcasiuvbti DisU'ic', i S1N ' "[" nll '- i -. ,,,, , , , 'I DLUCCI tins Ihe Mill day of June — Mississippi Coilniy, AiKansas. AlHio.n; In Hie I'nilMlc Court fur the CliirU- ] persuns havir.L; claims or demand:; asauba Dislilct. Jl ly. Ark. In the mailer of the Kslate of Sim gainst -said estate inust pres-enl tb: m duly aiitlienlicati'd. to tlic iimU'i'- C. G. SMITH Administrator of the Mstalc of sij;iu';l lor allowance before the end i Simuii P. !-«•, fl' one year from the (Jay of j'ranun-j ! i Refrigerator Service l''i«l l,:iwh:r ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. N-OT1CI-: ()!•• AI>JIFXIS r ritATI(»X jot said letters. If not fa presented The fuel blood circulate;-. v:'s '. •' W. Ailmas MRP. ^ Notice i'i hereby given that letter.; j within Kiicli time, they will bo lor- not kno.u) nnlil lira) years a::''. «'iv i ' I'houc :!07I SUU-OS W. St.iln of Administraiion were granted 1 i : ever barred; and those claims r>r,--' Willium ll.irvey made Ins KIT a the midcrsisncd ll])nn the Estate el' Kent'jd within six months from tliedireoverv. ORE SU0S is. 30c BRACH'S — 1 Lb. BOX CHOCOLATE! ?9c ft MAKt THE WASH GO fASTt'R... EASIER! 1 Box Octagon Cleanser FRF.E with Purchase of Large Size Supcrsucls Reg. Size Polmoltve, 3 for 20c Bqfh Size Palmolivg, 2 for 19c Specials on Soap Saturday Only . Ck$1. QUALITY OF PRODUCT IS ESSENTIAL TO CONTINUING SUCCESS LVffi CREAM . each $ FREESTONE HALVES STRAINED — CLAPP BABY FOOD 3 cans 20c . Sack $4 Scratch Fee Horse & Hub Feed, sack $4.10 GRADE "A" RAW MILK . . cpr! 16c WE HAVE AN AMPLE SUPPLY OF HOME GROWN TOMATOES FREESTONE PEACHES FRESH FIELD CORN . HOME GROWN PEAS, Field CARROTS YES, SIR! THAT SAYS IT ? SURE TH HOME OWNED MARKET Parking Space in Rear

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