The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1949 · Page 18
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"* V- PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1949 Natipnal Brands in Furniture, Household Goods and Electric Appliances Sold in Blytheville 'The rapid growth ol the Mlssls- lippi DelU etnce I'M turn of the century has made the sale of household furnishings In this area a big business. In.Blytheville six: furniture dealers have stores to supply home owners with the tilings necessary In furnlshlngr their homes. At these stores, » homeowner can find anything for the home, from screen hooks to heating units, and from garbage pajls to the finest mahogany furniture. These stores are agents for the various nationally advertised household such as furniture, radios, television sets, rugs, carpets, draperies and healing units. It Is hard to think of "a nationally advertised household furnishing that Is not sold by one if these dealers. Furniture dealers In Blylhevllle are Edwards Furniture -Company. Hardy Furniture Company, Hubbard and Son Furniture, Inc., Charles S. Lemons Furniture, Inc., Oshorne Furniture Company ' and Wade's Furniture Company. In addition- to' these, furnitmi' dealers there are' several home appliance dealers to service residents of Blytheville with the more luxury- type household furnishings such as air conditioning, radio, and television sets, and electrical appliances. These" Include such stores as Goodyear. Service Store, the" B. F. GoodrlcK Store, Blan Heath Auto And Home Supply, Western Auto Associate - Stores, Southern Auto Stores, Tullos and Westfall Refrigeration, Adams Appliance Company, Blytheville Sales Company, Hubbard Hardware, Hubbard and Hoke, Walpole Electric, City Electric Company, Planters Hardware Company, Montgomery-Ward, Electric Appliance Company and Charley's Electric Service. These dealers furnish the .home owners with all the newest electrical appliances such as, stoves, refrigerators, food mixers, home washers and other laundering equipment, clocks, etc. All of these dealers are anxious to help the homeowner by supplying the things that are an aid to better living here In the nation's garden spot. Australian Wildlands Opened to Sightseers SYDNEY, Australia —W— -The territory may be seen by Americans "top end" of Australia's northern who wiint to get away from It all, if present plans work out. Plane and motor trips Into the wild territory are being worked out. B. J. Connellan, an ai;lirie operator, says wild Malayan type buffalo swdrm In the area. Crocodile hunt- Ing Is also said to ue good sport Incidentally, the crocodiles make good hunting for commercial hunters. Some hunters are reported to earn 3000 pounds In six months by selling skins. It is estimated that this sum would buy as much in Australia as $25,000 would in the END OF A WAR-IVAKER—Hitler's biggest long-rang* gun— us«d during the siege of Sevastopol In 1943—Is dismantled on a rillwiy track near Eschenbach, Germany. The 820-mllllmeftr barrel, 100 feet long and weighing 136 tons, is being cut into four-foot chunks of metal. The modern Big Bertha was solri to a dismantling flrrr In Bavaria. (Photo by NEA-Acme staff correspondent Gerhard P. Seinlg.) r"jd States. WADE'S SOFA BED! SPECIALS FOR KING COTTON DAYS A REGULAR $49.95 MOHAIR VELOUR SOFA BED-PLUS-A REGULAR $10.95 7 WAY FLOOR LAMP- BOTH 49 ONE DOLLAR A WEEK— There's day and night comfort in one of these big sofa bed values. 1 Finer-spring construction means night after night of sound sleep. The sofa opens easily to a full double bed, with a twist of the wrist. You get this big sofa plus a regular $10.95 Deena 7-way floor lamp in ivory finish. A total value of $60.90 , . . Get yours today while the supply lasts. Purchase for as little at a dollar a week. WADE FURNITURE CO. TRADE WITH WADE AND SAVE U.S Crime Rate Up 27 Per Cent In First Half '49 WASHINGTON —<AV- The n lion's crime rate rose 2.7 >- percent | In the cities and 7.6 percent In rural ureas during the first half at thin year, compared with the same period in 1948, according t the FBI. The data, published In a bulletin of the Federal Bureau ol llnvestl- gallop on crime and law enforcement, noted that the predominant nge of all the persor arrested for types of crime January through June, 1949, was 2!' years. In order, the next most frequent arrests were made in the 22, 23, 20 and 24-year age groups, Government of India To Ignore Space Ships NEW DELHI, India—</P}--A suggestion that the 7ndlan constitution provide the government with powers to regulate -Inter-planetary travel died like a damn rorkei !ii the Constituent AssembW'riere. Most members kept their feet on the ground as H. V.JCamath argued that Inter-planetary travel was a scientific possibility.. He W»s Blip- ported • only- by Naziruddin''Ahmed, who thought the government ought to have-powers over travel between planets and their satellites as well Law Minister B. R. Ambedfcar. who drafted the constitution now under discussion ended, the debate by remarking that If the proposal related to matters unknown, the assembly was wasting Its time discussing it. None of the members was prepared to explain how inter- j planetary _travcl might be achieved t Tennis was purely nn amateur sport until 1926. Guaranteed Waterproof HUNTING CLOTHES COAT & ANTS Thursday - Friday - Saturday 3 Days Only This Smart New 1949 ELECTRIC WASHER . Complete with 2 Double Rinse Tubs on Stand Both For Only 79 95 Hubbard and Hoke Appliance Co. Phone 3450 Blytheville

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