The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 17, 1947
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1947 trice of Meat Due to Decline is .Expected Fall .Because of Increased Supply WASHINGTON, July 17 (UP) — An .'official of the American Meat Institute said today that a 15 per cent incfra&e. in meat supplies and "moderately lower" prices are cx- pecRd t(ils : .Fall and Winter. P- J. "Egged of Chicago, associate .marketing' director 61 the Institute, told the Senate-House economic committee tltnt there would be lower meat prices "unless there .are more wage increases and other developments which would further increase the public demand for meat." Eggert also said meat production may drop,-next ;year if the grain supplj is unfavorable and "prospects for'ilarge graiii exports" materialize" ^' He blimed present high meal prices oiiV-greater . demand at a time vihcn suoplles aie seasonally Ion " |" Meanwhile,, a^bauker- and a businessman told the committee thai cuts In taxes, -and g over union I .^pending are' fhc t»o best ways to stabilize the^nation's economy. The banker was W Randolp) Burgess, \ ice-'chairman of the National City Biiifc: of-.Now York, The other \vltness wasx Uarioji B rol- som, treasurer of the Eas(n>an Kodak Co. To the Winner Truman Silent On Possible Trip to Brazil WASHINGTON, July 17. lUPJ- Thc White House today declined to confirm or deny Derslslent reports that 'President Truman might visit, Brazil in August. The inler - American Defense Conference opens in Rio <le Jn- ncho (in Aug. 15. There IKIS been .some siiifu'alion that the President, would visit BiMZll during Uic conference, 'Die WlilU' House previously df nicd that Mr. .Truman would l>c To Aid Researchers Mo.', July 17, — J:uncs T. Ahcni of this city hns boon named on the commit lob on Industrial iincl Scientific Ke- Konich of Hie .Missouri Stale Chamber of Commerce, according to KOllflcallcii received here Tuesday. IDan W. Snyder, Jr., Jefferson City, is chairman. The purpose 01' the group Is to aid nnd coordinate •all'i of research In the irtale ol Missouri. Summer School Sessions Start Monday at Cooter The Summer session Mo., School will D, WriKlil, superintendent, IIOU:K P CC| today, when he also nani- ed teachers for Uir> term, that Mr. -Wrlsfhl said that classes would be^iu at 8:29 a.m. and b<? dismissed at 3:2'J p.m. lid Hdded llii'.t children may enter now if the'.' wlJV become six years old by Febiuary 1. 19<8. J 'All teaching r/asltinn;; except in Secretary Charles C, Ra* «*!Tj «? ^f "o^lT'S . lure; Louise Burton, Home Economies, Junior High Scliool pri'.> ici^ijl and high school niatltf?- i J)uxti-.s; Jamc.s Hubbard, coiinnei'- at Cooler i cinl. O p i Elementary teachers arc A. E. an> Weedy, elementary school |>rii'.ci- pjl .Jind - sixth grac'c Ur'.clicr; HJAn^l^e Hohue.s, lifth grade; Mivy Fi-anccs Crnaii'ee, fcuith wsl':; Bessie Wright, third grade; Car- Belated Recognition For World War I Aviator WASHINGTON, July 17. (UP) — The .'ale Brig. Gill. Willian! (Hilly) Mitchell,' whose long flgiit for •air power brought 'him'"a' court martial, would be awarded a posthumous commission of major general under a bill sent, tc the In Brazil en Aug. !5. but under oljn Armstrong., second grauc;! House lod ">'Rowena L/ynn, second grade; Olivia I From World War I mill': Ills Williamson, first grade; Ethel death ji: 1S36. Mjicliell 'vagecl a Rushing, first grade; Mrs, A. C.'one-mail campaign to convince the WiLson, Negro .school, iar.d Frances nation's Army and iNavy leaders of clay he could say nothing one way ore filled. school fa- j Hafrcll, Cocper, secretary. or the other about the possibility of a -Uip. excepl Dial Mr. Tru- n.i'.n has no travel plans at, pros ?nt. culty are Mr. Wright; Jnck Rush- iny. princiEXil; I ash; Delmar 'Science; Lela Walker, En'.; Prilrliard, Social; M. Giilc. A|!ricul-j TJicre is no point on the earth where the moon never shines. tlia need for u strong and independent force. He court marlialcd h) 1923 after charging Dial the Nnvy was guilty of "al- ir.csl treasonab'e" inefficiency in Die crash of the dirigible Shen- •jndoah. FFA Campers Return CARUTHEP.SVILI.E. Mo., July 17—Enoch A. Tollcson, vocational agriculture instructor, and three FPA members. Julian Boyd, Billy nn and Wayne Morris, rcpro- jcnted Ciruthersvilte High School'^ Rgrlcullure department at (lie Missouri State-FFA Leadership Training camp ..'.ast .week on the L/ako of tlie O?arfc> at Kaiser. Mo. They returned over (-ho weekend from I he tamp. Young Boyd. attending his third nnnunl camp, received recognition and awards as an all- around camper, in Softball and in leadership training. State Prepares To Administer Big Health Fund .LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 17. (UP) -=- ArKansai' st.tio health officer, Dr, T.- T. Ross-says plans are being formulated to administer Ark' ansas' share of the $75,000,000 fed- ci'al security apprnyrlation act. Arkansas will get some $1,918,075 to use for hospital construction p:M- jects.-Rpss.sald" tliat the state would In,a position!to accept project applications until liUc-fall. ifiiolo \Vjnnl isTc\varde<! by ICioiso BiiL'i-fiws for v,'inmn^ niilo ir; :1:00.3 nl Inlcrnationtil Hollf'-r Skrilin^ Championsiiips in Oakland, Calif. Dayton, O., flii.T :ilsi( capluroU «1!0 in 1:28.8. Conl; l stantr. came from Canatla, Kntftund, Australia anil NL'\V Xcnliincl. Many Veterans Assisted CARUT3EHS-VItiiE, Mo.. July 17 —Tnfc:matioii and ns.sislnn'.'C were provided to 383 veterans of World Wsr II during June, by the Vet-' tn-.nn Ailinlnisti<Hio» office here, it was announced today by J. C. Hawkins of Uic local office. A to- tfil of 218 telephone interviews was linr.tllcd urid 133 application* prr-- ed for govcrnmenl benefits. During -llio r.rovlous month. 142 benefit applications were handled. Tests Rent Laws (NEA Telephoto'i Cloyd W. Miller, above. Cleveland, O., landlord, dellbcralely precipltai- ed ttia first lest-case of the.nqw rent law whenrhe publicly .announced 40 to 60 per^ftfnt rent Increase in the apartment building he owns Tlie Office of the Housing Expediter has asked federal, courts to enjoin him against the Increases, and thi. hearing on .the "injunction will be held July 21, • FOR QUIET, SMOOTH RIDING! • FOR SAFE OPERATION! © rpR PROTECTION AGAINST REPAIRSl Read Courier News Want Ads, Now Try— GREASELESS DISHWASHING WithHew — SUDS — Big Economy Box OnTy YOU* MON£V BACK IF VOU ARE NOT COMPLETELY SAT1SF1C3 WONDKIl OK WlLSONrs I'ASTKUKI'/ICD PINTS PER DO/-. «7c SAILOR MAN 8 POUND CARTON S H EL T O N MOTOR CO. 119 Wi-sl Ash St. \ WE MAKE IT EASY TO BUY GOODYEAR TIRES $2 DOWN and $1.75 A WEEK Buys a MEW Goodyear DcLuxo Tire size 6.00x16 —other sizes proporlian- alely low. Go Deluxe and gel . . . 31% KOBE NON-SKID MILEAGE AT A 10'/i7. LOVVEB PK1CE* BUDGET PRICED •Prices cul 10'/2% on all popular cizes. 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