The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 17, 1947
Page 9
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THURSDAY, JULY 17, 19'7 Newsprint Plant To Be Erected Mill in Alabama To Cost Upwards Of $30,000,000 BinMINGHAJlf, Alii., July 17. (UP) — The Klmbcfly-Clnrk Cov]>. of Necnnli, WIs, manufacturers of paper and allied products, will huilri and oi>mile tlie IUIRC $30.000.000 pulp aurt paper mill for the neuly formed River Newsprint Co., it was announced to- dny. Officials of coosa River said they had reaijlied a "(,'cneral understanding" with Kimberly-Clark. Officials of tile two companies were meeting here this week to draw up a final contract. The announcement said that KlmVjcrly-Cliuk hn]*fl to have tlie builclijii; designs ready soon for I he newsprint planl, which will ) )( . located at ChilrtcTsburd, 40 lirlos southeast of Birmingham. Tlie plant will have an animal capacity of 100.000 tons to a-cl Southern newspapers during the severe shortage of .newsprint, PHus call for a two-machine mill with a rated (lolly capacity of 350 tons of newsprint and 200 tons of bleac-n ed sulphate. The sulphate will be sold to the Kimberly-Clark Corp. lor use in its other, plants. The project was developed over a two-year period by Alabama industrialists and Southern newspaper publishers. It was realized last month with the purchase of or, acres as a site and the signing of additional loni; .term property ic,\- se5 with the War Department. It was formerly part of the Childci-j- .burg Ordnance Works. The announcement today said that Kimberly-Clnik would have responsibility over production and sales in addition to construclion. "We will have access to (their) background and to their pr-s^iit -day facilities which Include ;hs most comprehensive engineerin" research and woodland divisions ill the industry." Ed Norton, president of Coosa River, said. 500-Year-Old Skeletons Dug Up in Hew York NLW YORK (UD — Workmen landscaping the I/nig Island property of Mrs. L. T. Italian uncovered the bones of two human skeletons buried on their sides, knees flexed and arms against the chests. Mrs. Hanan at first thought they were victims of Murder, Inc., or some earlier group of gangsters hut rm anthroiwloglsl at. Columbia University soon solved the'mystery They were, he said, early American' Indiajis—very early, around MOO Carlyle S. Smith, 32, a student in the university's anthropology department, said tlie way the bodies were buried'established their identity, it was characteristic of primitive burials, he said. Scientists arc not sure why the peculiar position was used, he added, but they think it was either a labor - saving device — shorter graves—or an attempt to imitate the position of an infant at birth. Both Skeletons Men Smith said he believed both skr': etons were men because they had "large mnsloitls nml hard heads" "Women," lie explained, "have much softer heads!" He poked around the grave and five feet away found a pile of rub blsh consisting ot_ shells and some broken pottery. Tlie pottery definitely established the skeletons as being of prcCohunbinn era by •< century or so. "The shells were left over from dinner," 5mit] , sak , . Tcoplc wl]0 Und shells inland think that indicates the sea level of some other era. but. it's really evidence ot au Indian village." Rcatl Courier Ncwi Want Ads. Have ever seen anyone leave part oi a GRAPHITE? GRAPETTE has a flavor you enjoy ANYTIME, thirsty or noil BLYTHEVILLb (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Back to Work Movement Fail John ngtei strike 0-Conner. leader u, tin- "b.-rk I,, work movement at the rtcin- i nund plant in llion. New York, gets pushed down by oilier •rs. Man already on the ground is unidentified. (NBA Tulcpliolo.) Bigger Birds Aim of Turkey Steak Growers DALLAS. Tex. (UP) _ Turkey steaks are llio latest thing In Toxns. Tlie one-time liome o[ the loughorn steer Is drcuming of turkeys almost as big as ostriches to meet tlie demand. The man behind, the lurkey sloak Is I 1 '. 2i. Ueanblossom, poultry marketing speclnlist for the Texas .A and M. colles; cxlcnslon service. He discovered last winter that, turkey meal cut Into small pieces and run through a stcak-inaklni; machine tastes like nothing else ill (he world. "H won't he loni;." he says, "im- III the entire nation is gobbling gobbler steaks SUft days a year." Turning out a turkey steak Is an iii't. All bones and skin arc removed and the steak-miiklng machine takes over. A M-pound ton will yield (>0 steaks which retail for i!5 cents each. The steaks weigh four ounces each — recommended portion for a working man — and they can be filed or broiled Just like beef. Australian Vets Resent Fancy War Memorials CANHKilRA, Australia .(UP) Approval by the AustraJlan gov- "•"HiA'iil of plans to sixinrt uoir- Ui00030 on w«i memorials has ol I protests among votoraiis At clbler I.nciilcd rubles | milkers melted steel was Irod upon one time, tlic clay for mi-| by Imcfoolccl men to discover the '" wl " c " English stcc!- I presence of pebbles. liirds W:inlei! 1 UcanblosBom jinys Texas—which Brows more turkeys limn any olhei state — is serious aijout Irving to develop birds as ])><• as ostriches Huge gobblers have been a drug on the market because they represent "too We a load" for the average family, he said, but ;is the steak sales grow II would be teas- ible to caponlx.e loins and turn out blsBer and bigger birds. .Self-senlliiB gasoline tanks arc rubber-lined wilh a special matei- lal Mini expands and closes a nola when gasoline seeps Inlo it. We Deliver! iBIV- -wilt'S •nio.'i )« SBSiupjnil viaisjsuo.) ,v(| XDUOUI aAiis ',>un) a\v^ Stores, lli-ro yon purchase, quality, oil every 'item on .your list. We handle only the host mccc!iaiulii',c, : rcasiialVly priced with courteous service you'll apprcciiilc! KRKSII I10M.K GHOWN CRGWOEe PEAS FlKiVi AiM) CRISl' HAI,r or WHOI.K ICK COLD I.lj. Head 15 12 o HIXE Llj. HAG CALIFORNIA Do/,. MICH. CiOLDKN IIIiART CELERY Stalk 40 39 A. 15 CUDAHY'S GOLD COIN SLICED BACON WILSON'S FOR GRAVY LI). B.V. I'ATTON'S DAIRY FKKSH ,, 29 COTTAGE CHEESE Lb 27 FRICSH I'OUK BRAINS THE DAINTY COOKING FAT KUMKO SWIFT'S 1 Lb. VV JEWEL OIL ,, lnl 39 Stock up at These Low Prices! \ STD fOMATOES SCUJCK-KVHKHI INJECTOR .IANI-: (JOOI) PEANUT Bor "^, rilRK CANK SUGAR RIVKHS1DK N'O. 2 CAN D£ AC & CARROTS I tA3 No. 2 Con WILSON'!-' N(). 2 CAN SPINACH ODORI.KSS DKODFUNT NIL 100 Rint .Size MONARCH J /4 tb. Pkg. . 'UKER'S HALF LB. COCOA 2,, STEWART'S '/, PINT SALAD DRESSING 19c THE I'KRKICCT CLEANER SPIC&SPAN «, I'ET AH CARNATION, SMALL (ic MILK Lgo. Can RED HEART OR IDEAL DOG FOOD ™ REG- SIZE PALMOL1VE SOAP 3(0 , ROYAL DISH TUNA HOMAC— WITH RED HANDLE MOP 590 Prices Guori «t These Slorcs Friday and Saturday, July l^th and lOlh tify Super Market-Litlle Super Market ion East Mniu — Dial 2CCS —Air Base FAOB foi h | ch rcc€l v c d govern- U) cost about Again, OH Again Hotel to Try Once More ISIAND, Tex,, IU1>) I he cinsect-aiiuln, O|ien-ngnln hole' on ibis iM-mlle-loiif! Island Is back n business this summijr. Ills a. Tange<lalil announced he liotel Is ready for customers »nd run serve meals. The hotel, originally erected bo fore World Wnr n . )llls kllowll n •ipiiMiKHtlc exlslonce. sometime:! iffcrliiR rooms without meals, some- Imes luiving moids without rounii, nud s.nnetlmcs closed altogether. H is the only building on (his aim-on Island skirting ti )0 'ivxiis coast fro m Mexico to Comui Clirl.Ktl. For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm Wiring • House Wiring • Motor Repairs • Appliance Installation 500 N. Fifth St. Itlythcvillc, Ark. WEIS BUTANE CO WILL MOVE TO NEW QUARTERS ON SOUTH HIGHWAY 61 Saturday, July 20th Visit Us In Our New Location! REFRESHING TREATS TO GIVE YOU A "LIFT" AT OWENS' READING FROM OUR MENU: FRIDAY SPECIAL Delicious Cold Plate 50c With Potato Salad Fresh Tomatoes Hot Toasted Sandwiches CHOICE SUNDAES All Flavors 6-12 the Popular INSECT REPELV.ANT 49c SUN GLASSES at Reduced Prices All Stationary at Reduced Prices Thermos Jugs Pint 1.39 Gallon 3.98 A Complete Line of Dr. Legear's Vet. Supplies GIANT BANANA SPLIT 350 Our Store Is Air Conditioned OWENS DRUG STORE ,

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