The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1946 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 29, 1946
Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)! COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JULY 29, 1'J.IG Atomic Control Board Favored • House and Senate Conferees Agree On Recommendations WASHINGTON, July 20. <UP> — Senate nnd House conferees voice! Saturday lo create nil nil-civilian commission to control and develop atomic' energy. House members gave in to Sen- nto. Insistence, on (he nil-civilian commission,, receding from amendments which would have required nt least one and not more than two members of the five-man group to be from the armed forces, In return for the House concessions, the Senate conferees agreed to a House provision requiring H> c director of military application under the commission to be a member of the arinecl forces. Sen. Brien McMnlion, D., Conn., said that another meeting of the conference committee wouU te held later in the day in the hope of reaching final agreement on the legislation. McMahon told reporters that the conferees discussed another provision giving the armed forces authority to manuCatlure iHomlc materials if directed by the President. He indicated Unit a volt: un this proposal may l)e taken yet today. The Wing Wings Away Dell News Pfc. Ira Ray Gill, con of Mr. nnd Mrs. B. G. Gill of Deli, is recovering from a kneo infection m a hospital nt Fort Lewis. Wash., where he is stationed. Up is willi the 191st Cml. Mortar Battalion Company B. Udell Ncwsom spent Thursday In Memphis on business. * * t Mrs. B. G. Gill lias rclm-noil from Memphis, where she underwent a checkup at Dr. Henry Rud- ciner's clinic. The Rev. E. C. Newsom nns returned to his home in Cape Girar- deaii, Mo., after having l>ecn the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Udell Newsum in Dell. , Single Peach Tree is Sold For Neat Sum AltKAnKLPHIA, Ark,, .Inly 29. (U]'t—Forest owners, content in lliu past to accept a paltry sum Horn a few board feet of pine luin. ber, may switch to glowing peach ireoii. Frank Cclieb or near here sold one pencil tree yesterday to Htnrk Brothers of Missouri for $2,500. c'hel) develo)x?d tlje tree alter oral years of experimenting In his small orchard. He received his tree cuttings from the Stark Nursery several years ago. The tree, developed from a species known as llal-Berta, bore heavy crop lust year, but because of adverse weather conditions, did not bear quite so heavily this Eca*on. The tree was described as spread. lJ>i; across nn urea of 25 feet, and producing a high quality of Irult. Northrop's XR-SS plane, the f;imous "Flying Wing." is pictured nbovc in "clean" flight over Hawthorne, Calif., the jjianl lamlini; wheels neatly tucked inside. According lo the Army's Matcric:! Command at Wrifihl Field, Ohio, the strange air inatislor has had an "unprecedented" record o( trouble-free performance since il3 ,-..>:w.-..»t first lest Ilight. , ; .,;,„..,.,. • .»„............. *. Clergyman Serves Deaf In 13 Churches Metnphian Sells 23 Fine Horses in Louisville MEMPHIS, Tcnn., July 29. (UP) —J. Everett I'klKcon, owner of Mag- nollu Farms, yesterday announced sale of 23 of his show horses Including "Beau Fortune," champion chestnut, five-year-old stallion al Louisville, and Lexington, Ky., allows. The Tilly "MisL O'Dawn," three- year old live-bailed champ al Lex- Incton this year, was also sold, both to J. U Yuiingliusband, of liarrlng- tun. 111., pel fume juaiiufacturer. Pidueon, president of the Coca- Col,t liottlina Co., said that he was keeping 20 of his three and five- Fathcr Fears tor Sons' Safety and Drowns Trying to Make Rescue MAHKED TRICE, Ark., July 20. (UI*)—1'uncral services were held Saturday for 53-year-old Emory Wade Carter, who was drowned late Thursday In a floodway ditch near Lepanto while trying lo save his two sons. The boys, Urewery, 15, and Douglas, 10. survived. The boys said their father lumped Into the water when he thought they were drowning. ted. Hymns are led In sign lni>- i;uagc. No singing can he heard, but. tlic words are expressed in llu nailed horses, iris stable is racog- J ACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UP) — Througli sign language, the llev. N. P. Uhlirg. Jacksonville, religious participation an a Hie de; rliytlim and grace of signs. Sermons are delivered orally as well as manually because sonic members of the congregation reii:l lips expertly, and because many persons attending services are nut deaf, uut nrc accompanying afflicted friends. UlilirK's work extends beyond preaching and teaching. He;'also nt/ed as one of the best in the country. His trainer Is Garhin r- | KLEENEX. . . GREETING CARDS for Every Occasion TOT SHOP Phone Z308 105 South Second officiates at religions ceremonies to;- M „ , the deaf. Often at wcddinys not only , f. , uu , ie . lal ', •>•'". the couples being married but mos' ™».!? r ™. ' 1 ?.. d ™' " n .. d "!!' C ™! i«»«»be ra o ai this country, Ulilrig is much like an old-time traveling schoolmaster. le constantly moves from church to church, and at the present time serves 13 Midwestern churches and instructs classes nt Concordla Seminary in Springfield, prcparini; theological students to serve vhe deaf. Services for the deaf arc held a! regular periods. Visitors to the services say that, they find the combination of deep silence and the highly-expressive signs used In depicting religions terms make the worship particularly impressive. No part of the service is oniic- of tin ducted entirely In sign are con- Iniigujge. Rend Courier News -TVant Ads. Pidgcoii said that lie had "toe nany horses" at this time will "oats and liny prices going up" am other expenses incidental-to upkeci Sale prices were not disclosed, bu Pidgeon indicated that "Beau For time" brought a sum "way up i five figures." Pidgcon said that the sains wi not interfere with plans to enter horses in tile Osceola, Aik., show Aug. 14-15, and in the Kentucky State Fair at Louisville, Aug. 26. Crude Oil Price Boost Announced by Lion EL DORADO, Ark., July 20. (UP) —I.ion Oil Co., has posted new prices for .south Arkansas crude oil representing raises of from 21) to 33 cents a barrel. T. H. Barton, company presi- dent, said the schedule became effective Thursday morning. The highest rise was in sour crude, raised 33 cents a barrel. Sweot crude was raised 30 cents a barrel, and Smackover heavy crude 20 cents. Under the .schedule, sweet crude ol 40 gravity and higher brings SI.58 n barrel sour crude of the same gravity $1.50 nnd Snrjckover heavy $1.28 a barrel. For Sale! Locations in Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri. All sizes Tracts—10 acres up. On Good Hroads. School bus and mall route. Power line. Good buildings. C. E. GOLLADAY > Uancho Hotel Hayti, Mo. Making her debut before the camera is Jessica Louise, .lacksun, floiiif! on six months old. You m:>y not know Jessic:i, Inn you know her mother—screen star Drumin Uuvbin, \vttl: \vhom she's pictured in thc-ir flollyv/uotl hon)c. Sister Kenny Returns MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., J-.:ly 2'J, UP) Sister Klizat>'_'th' Kepny to- lay began a survey of a iwhomye- itis epidemic which lias claimed 28 lives EO far this month. She arrived here from San Francisco yesterday. The disease has stricken :icy persons in Minnesota since the epidemic began. Where Your Flowers Are — You Arel One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. SHOP V.TJD. Service We DeUwr Aa7Whm Ph. 4»1 Bin. J. M. (Mao) Wi UUnu, oner Gl*nc*e BUf . Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Head Courier News Want Ads. CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. List "your projierty with me. My commission is 5%. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 So. Second Phones 446 or I9M f FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Also CULVERTS 12 inches to 48 inches We are Dealers for THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. RAIN INSURANCE... For Your Freshly Washed Car! 24 Hour Insurance—25c If il rains Avilliin 21 hours sifter you have had your cnr washed at onr station and you arc a holder of our Card, .just present Card wifhin 'IS hours and we will wash it again—FUEE1 SPECIAL! Wash & Grease Job—$1.50 MARR'S AUTO SERVICE Phone 2611 Your One-Stop Station ASH and SECOND NOW OPEN! Blyiheville's Only Exclusive Used Car Dealer WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS AND TRUCKS TOP PRICES PAID See Us Before You Sell! '"••• If You \V;mt a Better Car, We Can Deal! See Us Today \ Bud Wilson Auto Sales AUTO or HOME SETS. ANY MAKE-ANY MODE! We Pick-up and Deliver J. H. Flowers, Mgr., Radio Department LOY EiCH CHEVROLET CO. Phone 2037 Franklin and Main Sts. Abstracts of Title 213 W. Walnut Lands — Loans Phone 2381 sg^S FELIX A. CARNEY City Ra'dio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 Need a 24-hr. Service Call Bonded and Insured 968 Bill Wunderlich The self-cleanins; 0 1' E N C E N T E R keeps Iti^s open at hoth ends. Gives each lug an ciilcring edH'e to .start the bite. So, (he whole lug digs down deeper, j^els more jjrip. Ask any neighbor now using Sure-Cirips. He'll confirm what tests prove . . . You get up to 'i'i',',, more work with leys fuel when you use Goodyear Sure-Grip Tractor Tires. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. -DINNERS- Don't Leave Blythcvillc To Get-'Your Supplies We are in competition with all wholesale supply houses on the following and many other items: U. S. RUBBER CO. BELTING U. S. RUBBER CO. PACKINGS DETROIT BELT HOOKS PYRENE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS WOOD ELECTRIC GIN SAW FILERS WOOD FILES AND GUMMERS GRATON AND KNIGHT LEATHER CRIMPS CRANE VALVES AND FITTINGS WE SOLICIT NIGHT BUSINESS. PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., Inc. 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