The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1947 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, June 24, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Court to Review Anti-Trust Suit Government Charges Illegal Monopoly Of Movie Industry WASHINGTON. June 23. <U1>>— The Supremo Coini yoslcrdiiy ;i- greert to review n Kovernmeiu nntl- . trusl suit ngninsl, a emui) of im- jor motion picture producers, clls- ^lakutors and exhibitors. ^Botli l»c government and tlio de- feiulRtit companies appealed from B decree liniiclcd down by a special three-judge district court at New York Dec. 31. 19*1). The suit was a follow-up of government charges brought in 19S8 under Ihe Sherman Anti-Trust Act, cliaigiiij; an illegal monopoly of llic movie industry. The government IliouRhl I lie lower court decree too limited. The (inns sought lo have some restrictive provisions thrown out. The principal HUPS Involved .ire Paramount pictures, inc., fxiew's Inc.. nadio-Keith-Oiplipum Corp.. Warner Brothers Pictures, Inc., and 20th century-Fox Film Corp. and some of their subsidiaries, others are Columbia pictures Corp., Universal Corp. and United Artists Corp, and subsidiaries. Strangled As He Slept Read Courier News Want, Ads. PAGE SEVEN Hirohito Appeals for Peace, Culture Founded On Democracy 11Y KAI.I'H IIAT.SOKT1I U/ilU'd 1'rcss KUff i'orrespomleivl TOKYO, Juno 24 (ITP)—Kinpcror lliiiihitci hiis appealed to Ills people to unite tu solvinji nu "unparalleled" economic crisis Hhd build Jnpnn Into n "nut Ion £i>[ p?nce mid cuiir.r'j loniuled upon democriicy." The emperor spoke lit. the opcu- liiB .session of the new Jupanc.ie diet In hl s new role us n symlMl of Ihe slate. Slundini; sttrily before the elected represenlfUlves of his people, he lulked for one niln- nte of his nine-minute !M>l>c nncc In the house counclllurs clinniber of tlic n.Uional Irglsh- tui'e. 11 w«s his first formal iippear- inice before repre^entulivcs under (he new democratic constitution. He tout them In a firm volco thai ".I:ip;m ,i s "«'w luecil with 1111 economic crisis imji.irallelecl in history." H is my rruc.sl hope that al this Junclui'i? \V(! Japunesc iKople shull siirmoui* (lil a crisis by unit- IIIK a s one niiin »i'ul mcccedliiK hi mnsliucthiKt's nallon ol jieiice and « undo of culture founded upon ili'inocracy," lie suld. In the past sue.lt rescripts were In Ihe nature of commands, but lortuy the emperor's lariKUaxe w«.s rintlicd in pollle terms. His speech ivns an appeal rather than a directive. Ho WH S merely u guest o( tlie ICBlslaturo. "I mil very pleased to attend today's opeuiiiK ceremony ol the Mist session of the diet and meet in one room with you who rfp- iTscnl the entire nation," he. fluid, "As set forth plainly In the con- .stllutlon, the diet Is the. hlxhcsl orcau of state power ami Die sole lawmiikhiR authority of the state. Fillnrc development of our na- llon depends, therefore, upon the correct operation ol the illet," 'Insleiid of ii|i|M-nrlng In uniform, ns «'% Ills (oriuer ciwlom, the emperor was clad in a wrll-tailored mornlni; coal and striped lroil»ers. T!ic blanket covered body of Gerald Dur/ln, 3, bottom left, lies hctidc the bed in which he died. The child's mother, Mrs. Hell;; Burrow:;, top right, stated to the jwlicc that nil unidentified intruder had entered her Chicago apartment, killed her child, bottom right and :lcd r.ftcr attempting lo strangle her as she slept. (NfJA Tolephoto.) INTERIOR DECORATING O r;i )irs . . . Curt a Lns . . . t> 11 [i Covers . . . I'uLitthiK . . . I'uiHTliis C. I,. KO<ii:itS FOR RENT The office formerly occupied by the late Dr. C. C. Stevens is for rent and the office furniture is for sale. Located ground floor. Medical Arts Building, 411 West Main Street. See G. G. Hubbord at the Hubbard Furniture Company, if interested. •Diirini; n lolal eclipse the tnoim'i shadow races over the earth at JCW inph. LEARN TO We wilt (each you liow in ciplu easy lessons. Helpful for "Ucpulars" ns well •5 "llciiincrs." Single "Refresher" l.cssoni Complete 8-I.csson Course SINGER SEWING CENTER 411 W. Main St. Speeds work- saves money— help* farmers get quality work • Prompt delivery. • Concrete delivered to any job which is accessible to our trucks. • "Mix" accurately proper- K-czii far your }ob. • Full strength, reliability and uniformity in every load. • Let us quote you on this economical way to build. If you need help we can put you in touch with competent- ccijiractors. HUGHES & Company "Ready Mix Concrete" Building Materials South 10th St. Phone 3531 South Losing Five Billion Board Feet Timber Yearly ATLANTA. Gil.. June 24. (UP) — flic U. S. Forest Service .siiicl today hiit the Boulh's saw Umber Ir, bc- IIB depleted :l t the Kite of five l>il- ion bn»rd feet ;i year over nnnunl growth. Kircs alone account, lor 10 per cent of the deficit, the Dc- nirlment .sikid. J. Herbert Stone, reuinmil forester, said the st.inil or Southern saw .imbcr has dropped eight per cent in the pa.st ten years. During tlic past year, Stone s;iid over 121,000 tires burnen IB.OUD.OOO acres in II Southern states, caus- an e.sllniHlcd damage ol about, S26,0t)0.uao. Florida had the highest, lorcsl acrcnge. loss with over 4.000.000 ac>s burned. Uut Mississippi had the heaviest dnnmg", estimated at- SG.- 500.000. "This loss Ihrough fires alone would support a tt.ii ptM cent increase in our saw timber operations of CO per cent increase In our pulp and" paper industry,"'Stone said. Stork Beats Navy Plane In Air Race to Hospital NORFOLK, Vn.. June 21. (UP) — Mother ami air-born daughter Judy Marie were doing fine here today after losing a race against time with the stork in n small Navy transport plane. Wife of a chief petty officer at j Chincoteague Island. Va.. Naval Air , Station, 22-year-old Mrs. James j Frances Summers gave'birth Sim, day to an night pound daughter 15 , minutes after tlic plane took off from here en roule to Norfolk and a hospital. The Summers Eire from Alirptippa, I J a. The New EEC •••BWKVc rr Largest in the South" Located Highway 18 W. Blytheville, Ark. SPECIAL JULY 4 COLEY STOITZ And His Band Dancing-9'till Make Reservations at the Club E. B. Chitwood You know how I feel about -women's liats ! • I'm draped on number 3 stool at Doc Carrol's drugstore, sipping a milk shake and minding my own business, when this cloud of feathers blows out of the revolving door. Now feathers in n milk shake I don't like. So I stop the door with a number 12 oxford, and out fall these two strange birds and a strong-voiced chick. They're all .shouting at once, so I set them up to sodas and give an car. ' " "It's women's hats," .says the one with tlic king-size lower lip. "These birds don't know that the size of the bill tells whether a bat's a bargain or not.", " '"""" "That chin-borne fish bowl of his has warped his mind," breaks in the ostrich. "I judge a bargain by how far down the price has gone." And he swallows to emphasize his point. > *•»«« •.'"You boys are out of your depth," cackles din chick. "Any woman knows a bargain is what you get for what you pay. Am I right, Charlie?" "On women's hats, no comment," 1 replica, sidestepping. "But you're all three right if you think of the bargain everybody gets in electric service. "When the movies were still silent, you got only about half as much electricity for your money as you get today - so your bill says BARGAIN every month. '" _./ "But Ossie's right, too. While the price of most everything else has gone up, the price of electricity has come down. ) "And another angle-score this one for the "chick. What you get today is the most and the best electric service in this peace-torn world. And for that you can thank the business sense and the common sense of the people who built and manage the electric companies." ^" " ' ' "Egg-zaclly!" chirps the chick, who naturally has to have the last word. : ' " listen lo ttit Summer Eltcltlc Hour »Mp Woorf/ Herman end ftgff « end Dave Barbour'i Oichetfra. Svndovi. 4:30 p. M.. for. CflS. M'MOPOWERCO. Second and Ash Street! Wilson Auto Service —Dial 2611 — Dial 2611— ' ' ! , G. E. Vacuum Cleaning For All Cars. Let Us Clean Your Car! .——.—._...._..._.„„„....__-„__, Neoprene Tubes, Made by the Makers of famous PHARIS TIRES. Neoprene tube* are better 7 different ways! Expert Washing 1 and Lubricating STANDARD ESSO GAS and OILS Homer Wilson, Owner & Mgr. Minnie Lee Jones, Studio ANNOUNCING Summer Classes in Piano Reasonable Ratci \ Enrol. Now Phone 2994 or Write Miss Jones 807 Chickajowba Blytheville, Ark. J •.A^AAAAAAAA^AAA^^XXXS^^^^^X^^^KsXi^X^X^Sl^XX^^yKje^ FARM LOANS I You cnn now i;ccilro the irui.it ntlrnctlvc fnnu lonn in history '*> lav ri.lcR of intercfit, extremely ImiB Icrmn wllli ltb«rol prcpir- X mcnl prtvllcgcfi. PrHcUcnlly no Dxpenne idtnelied. If your present >5 lonn does not b«nr lei* I him r.% interest you will certainly be In- »' terefitcd In our Knrm lonnn. Unllinltcil iinmunt available. Runh an S opportunity i nny never exist iiHiiln. So If yon wish to flnnhce or i rclmHnee. write or Bee ' V! A. F. DIETRICH ;I; o/n Unllril Jinm'nnri- Afcncy $ ZO»W W. Main — <lunrd llld». |»1 lie, Ark. i FOR RMl MtKCVRY SERVICE AM*W see Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer ' .Phone. 3479 Blythpvlllc.Ark. , H2 Walnut St. DR. MILTON K. WEBB Optomelrlit IM Exit Main »rk. THE RAZORBACK !Xl*!X!*)W Payroll and Income Tax Service and General Secretarial Service LARRY KNEAS Public Accountant & Auditor r 10!) E. Main Klylhevillc, Ark. Res. Phone 3715 Office Phone469 It's a Cinch, Folks You're bound to look cool . . . be cool if you send your clothes to be cleaned by us. Individual care given each garment. DIAL 474-475 Nu-Wa Laundry-Cleaners KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 w Old Reli G. O. POETZ •The Old Reliable" » PETROLEUM D»i«i»»» fento* PRODUCTS I tic* iv. 1.; Y'i

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