The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1947 · Page 5
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MONDAY, JUNE IG, 1947 Truman Signs Four Treaties President is Critical Of Governments in 3 Balkan Countries WASHINGTON, June IS. (UP) — President Tiuimui, signing the U. S. ratifications or the p«acc treaties with Hungary, Koman-.a, and Bulgaria, clmrgc.il today (hat tiie Urcscnl governments .,f llicr.e n-.i.- if' llavc tll5re Bai-tloil t!ie will of thafr people ami resorted to oppressive measures against Ihonv He also signed the nitii'iliUion of the treaty with Italy, but dealt kindly with the Italian government. Mr. Truman satd in a slm.R- nient that truly rcpresnnlative governments do not exist luciiiy in Hungary. Romanin and llulfjaiia. He said it was in the interest of the three nations, however, to terminate the slate of- war which has existed for more tlrm fivrs years between their governments and the United Slates. "At (lie time of ra'.ifirilUri of the treaties establishing rjracc with Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria," Mr. Truman said, "I 'eel I must, publicly express regret that tho governments of those countries not only have disregarded th'! will of the majority of tile people but have resorted to measures of oppression against them. "Ever since the liberatio:i of those countries Irom the Nazi yoke and the commitments unde!i;,l;en by the three allies at Yalta, I had hoped thai governments truly representative, of the pcnplc would be established there. Su';h governments do not exist today in those three countries. "It is, however, in l!ic infiest of the Hungarian. Roma'.u.m and * ,ilgarinn peoples to tcr.iilna'.e ihe rtte of \var which has existed •n their governmeiijs nnd t!*c . States for over five yeaiv.." BI/YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Farm Land Prices Boom Merrily Along PAttt U. S. AVERAGE INCREASE 92 PERCENT PERCENT INCREASE 1100 and over 90-99 80-89 70-79 E2D 60-A9 EHl 50-59 ESJ Under 50 Map'above, fro avc Man :ap'above, from U. S. nc|>:iHimvit of Agriculture ciiiCi. shows Ihc neiTrnlacc of iiu'i-c-i-,, tn <l,r. .•crnge value per acr, of Jarm laiul, from ll,c 101)5-39 averse lo M.rc , 1DW , t ,e ye-1- "mod larch 1, the ,,ncc r,so for the country :,:; „ w),ol<, Wils 12 „„ rent. Upward HvnVl was r ««™l CN «'l' t '" "'<-' '•"' Wfs'. 'vl'CTc skyi-yckctini: values leveled oir ^o.newllt I- C '"- K11 Text,,, Installed us U. S. J ' C. of C. President l.DNli M'iAOII, Clll., Juiu> lii. 'l. ; l'> AltoMH-y Jiilm 11. Slirpinml. •'!. l.-'iiuvir-w. Ti'X.. wiis iilsliilli'.l •'•• |;ivi.uu-m of tlic U. K. Junior i'Mnnl|,-|. n[ Cummcm> HalunlMy. Klii'PPiinl. who oi'i-aiiia-d u .liri- "r I'liainhor ol CumimTiv in his ii' I own wlirn h,> WHS 1(1 ,v<>".:s w:is iino];p'.>.s«l anil chvli'd .iiiimniisiy ilurliiir hisi ninhfs ui'tillfln .M'.sslim. lie biv.s scnvcl I ATI li'i'iiij; ji.s vlcc'-lui'Miinu. HI' sutriM tk',1 l'\iiiiuT I'Vdrr.il .linlrc H.'tilcn I-'. Wiildo, (i.iliic'.s- ulli 1 , l'l;i. Klir|>|i.ml was lli<< first II'IC|| ]H>M'(l pri'SKiCMlllll CUlKlllllllu 111 ., Alliimibru, Oil.; p.ml I), Harwell. 1/ui.siiii 1 ., Midi.; (irm'KO Diiinl. Sliu-vi'iwrl. l.a.; Hoi) cini- i. Heilllt 1 , Wn.sh.; (•.•.vvini 1*1- "'•i:<nv may r,...|iiu tlielr foi-nr-r l;ul «' l>y upplyitii! for re-riiljsl- »'iit wiihln 20 ilnys nun 1 thru- '-'•twivo it Ihey re-enll.sl ror lliivi' •'"rs :i|(or June M. he said. C'»!i>lKit-dis:ibie ( i former olflri'rs wan-ant ofliccrs or fll|:ht olfh-ci ; "my re-eiilt-r I he Army on ilm"'- \''.n I'lilisliiirnls »» first or ina.sh>r M'lTi-ant.s until Juni- ?o. Alter lluil 'late, uppiu-alliin fur iv-eiillslnu'sit 'ilso inusi be iiiiide wllhln ao class Iriiiii (he dule of <llschat[;e. Misiibleil veterans who re-enlist,'I brlvviTii Mim-h si inui the new niilio <''iv' U 7her^o?mu f< "';' n( les will'T-i: | SINGES SEWING CENTER Kiveii ihem immediutcly, fier,!t. I 111 \v. Mnlii SI hral iiolnled out. ...,,. , , , lllshoii. Orlumlo. I'in.: anil Ilimlor lilijiU'li, Kviiiiston, 111. Let a Singer ex- |U'i[ |iul your iu:uliinu in lust d.iss niiiniii^ orilcr. KcMSiinaiile rlurijes. lisiim.ik' fur- Airport News Private pilots, .student pilots and other air enthusiasts are invited Lo attend another aviation training film to Ijc shown at 7:30 tonight in the Hood Flying -Service linngur at the Municipal Airport, Instructor W. H. Yarbrough said yesterday. The film is a two-reeler entitled "Attitudes in Fliffht." A do^en transient pilots used the Municipal Airport facilities lasb week and the pilots' registration Ixiok shows names of fliers Trom six states in addition to Arkansas. One pilot, Russell C. Hopf, piloting a North American Navion, came from Beaver Dam, Wis. Another, Henry E- Blatt, listed his home port at Oxnard, Calif. A twin-engined Becchcraft G-I8. carrying Pilot A. A. Deverick and party, landed hero yesterday from Kansas City, Mo. Other states re- presculccl hy transient pilots last wcek^ere Kentucky, Tennessee and Louisiana. Other pilots passing throngli and the planes they flew included: James W. Alexander of Paraj;onld. Ercoupc; -M. T. Bond of Little Rock, Piper Cub; D. A. Beard ol Little Hock, piper cub; V. L Goodwin. Huston. La., Cessna; Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Secirin of Paducah. Ky.; D. Medley ol Sikeston, Mo.; Swift; Charles Cl'noaf, Jr,, of Asliport, Tcnn., pj]ici- Cub; u. K x.on!; tit' McOllec, l-ipcr Cub; |>r. .J 0 i,n Van Houscr of Smithvill:', Tcnn., titin- son 151). Eildio M. ncurnold nf Armon-1 last week purchased a ne\ Ceisnix 140 from Ernnst Hal:i-ll. Airport Manager K'i)"st H.i'M'H yesterday saiil thai iiiyihcville's airport, a municipal field !r..;s than eight months, is rapidly bcrojnmi; better kno-.vn as iudii-atfxl by the Increase in lnin.s:cni Iralfic. Airport revenues to the city huve als» increased greatly since aliout KiOi) acres of the grassy ana of the iielil have been rented as paslurc, he said. This airport was .slow in ncttlns o:iic'i;il m-oj;nilio!i •„ the Civil A-» r»iu.n:i: Adniinl.s(r:ition'.s Weekly Kutifcs to Aunicn. which for at, liast twn months after it opening as a municipal field listed It ns I'losnd. itoMi'vi'i. the CAA finally ;:ot the field llslrd properly as an opi'u Held, cloni; with a descriptlnn of ihu iiinnays, Iheir lenBtli and hanyar space and fuel available. rnstnllaiion of the 01-octane av- liitlnn pas pump to provide fuel for larger jihtncs ha:; also heen credited wjth se;iuiing increased transient traffic. Army Jobs for Vets With Wounds The War DrparJincnl has f Ir-mlrd tin- dracUiin 1 for roenli mciH of partially disabled [•nmb I vvoiindi'd vi-lrrans until June ':O, 'Staff Seriil. J)"n C. Seal of the »lylhevii;r Army KcL-ruillng Olfice ! said today. ! The fonner deadline wn;> March • III. Former eniisti-d ir.L-n in this CASH $200 $300 " _ $750" Monthty aymonlt foi 1 3^88 27.75 46.25 "69^38" 92.50 utlui Cioilll Lllu Iniuiann MONEY IN A HURRY T/ie rates you con sec for yourself. Come in or pftono. 177 W. ASH ST. HLYIIIEVIUE I'lionu 372B GENERAL CONTRACT PURCHASE CORPORATION ICE COLD! Watermelon Red Ripe and Delicious Blytheville 4fURB MARKET 130 K. Main I'lionc 073 City Radio -Service- Dial 2407 For Expert Rcpntr.-i 321 Kxsl Main St. Felix A. Carney N1EBS NO^.EGGING ON O o,v THIS i:i,;i: ..JIT; I-USTKHS rui-i- inn; . »Before ya\i throw aw;iy i\ liairj *of shoes bring them to ns and* i ivn'll (rll you ivlial we can doj • with them to m \KC them £ive* Jyou more wear. 3hsm shoes can* »of(cn 1>€ made oomiitrtabio at2 »litllc cost, loo. • j HALTER'S j » Quality Shoo' Shop ! (.•oinp.lonl HUf H t|ii>loly iniuiM OoDtrtct • n. I Mile. S«l.k«. ]lant« ,S«rvlc« * 1'hom fitori|« Co, Panama 'Hats Cleaned & R«bloek«4 Fur Remodling The Johns Shop Ml W. Mala Minnie Lee Jones, Studio ANNOUNCING Summer Classes in Piano Reasonable Rates Enrol! Now Phone 2994 or Write Miss Jones 807 Chickosawbo Blyrhevillc, Ark. FARM LOANS A. F. DIETRICH <•/<> Ulllinl [iisnraiic-c 'iW.'j W. IXIjilu — <iu;iril lllitj;. Ml.vllicvllle, Ark. Fowlston School of Music Is Offering Special Summer Classes PIANO - ORGAN — VOICE Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A., S. M. M. Term slnrts Juno 'Jnil llirou'i;!) Auu'tist 81, Ii)il7. A speciul price fur Uio tliret! inonlliK~levin in |iinno IH lieiiijj offered. Knr iiifonnulitin, call or write— 809 Chickasawba Phone 2049 Jus fperite iriek Rt all ths better spots! <f budge imm Quality S| announces the appoinlinenl, of CENTRAL BEVERAGE CO. 5Hi & Main Sf. Phone 447 Blythcville, Ark. as Alpcn Bran Beer Distributor in this area. The trend is lo Alpcn Bran Beer you couldn't buy a finer l>ccr. because the trend is to quality. Alpcn Bran is full-hodicd, full- Alpcil Bran Beer has the taste- flavored, fully delicious . . . that's mark of quality in every olden, v ' liy cach <Iay sccs I1CW l "" 1llr(: « I s golden drop.. .the result of belter johl!llB l '' C lCUS of lhoilsll '» lH wl «> brewing and better ingredients, plus s-l-oVw, sure, natural nging. every numlh arc drinking millions of hollies. I'or the perfect ansncr to perfect refreshment. . . always If you were to pay a dollar a bottle, ask for Alpcn Bran Beer . . . X 1he only thing l'i t » ir Hi miss... All of Your Life Insurance Needs General American Life Ins. Co. E. H. FORD, District Manager Lynch JMdK. rtn.sincss IMiottc 2811 Kos. 3185 DK. MILTON E. W10HB Optomctrlai 1.18 F Main nrjthovllle, >rk. GATEWOOD GROCERY Phone 975 A rk.-Mo. State Line on the left at the Arch Vi rt. rt. 7Cr °wn 1.35 2.65 Calvcrt 1.35 2.65 Sch enley 1.35 2.65 Cream of Kentucky 1.35 2.65 Three Feathers 1.35 2 65 Hill& Hili 1.40 2.75 Old Taylor 4.35 Four Roses 2.85 5% 5th 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.40 6.90 4.50 GAS, reg. 17.9c; per Case $3.35 Ethyl 19.9c All Brands CIGARETTES - - $1.35 Ctn. Buy 'em Here! It's a Cinch, Folks Vou'ro houiicl to lo«I< cool . . . I>R cool if VDII spiul your L-lothcs to Ijn cleaned by ,i.s. Individual care given " (jarmenl. DIAL 474-475 Nu-Wa Laundry-Cleaners KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 Ite OM Rel G. O. POETZ "The OM Reliable" TMT Bw« «f Itepend»Me PETROLEUM PRODUCTS KB M

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