The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1947 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 17, 1947
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SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.).COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 17, 19-17 Outlook is Bright ^Nation Has Regained f Portion of World ; Markets for Staple Nice Fellow to Work For . Atomic Quota Treaty LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y., July 17. (UP) — Russia proposed today .n world atomic quota treaty lo rc- jgulate mining nnd disiiosal of each J : ."" nations uranium and thorium ore PALLAS, Tex. July 17. (up>—I deposits. The EiithUi Annual Cotton Re-| Sov j P t Delegate Andrei Oroinv- fffKh Congress was told ycslsr- ko 1;lj(1 thc , )roUDSnl | )cforc lhc UN day* "-he outlook for eo.ion is A | 0n) | 0 Commissions 12-natlon in- brighter tl»n it lias been in miny ' years , "principally because liie Unit, ed States >lus regained a portion 'fit- fin forel?" in r.-kets and much of; jttfie world. surplus of cotton has . dioappccrcd. The statement nn>s brought to the congress bv E. D. Wlii'e. as- to Kic Secretary nf AgricvV- turei jn_ a talk on "The Ab<v>d for Cotton." ijVhRc warned th'i I'Jio industry still': }tps the competition from synfliMic-s and from foreign grown cotton, "but we tire regaining n market; committee nt a closed mcel- Ing, saying adoption of the, idea would make possible "a definite advance" toward world atomic control. The Soviet proposal presumably would extend lo all atomic enei;;y facilities nnd nuclear fuel HsoM. Rond | flctntling each nations allowance I and thc way In which It could tensed. Kiwanis Club Receives Report on Tuberculosis tlielr weekly Hotel nici'lliiK nl Hie ol portion of our ' Forclpn rnT^h of the \vnrlrt .SL'-rpiUS has disa):noared, nnd k?r, b^cu rtp'.ac- ed'"iWjtlv'.''iiV flcute textile scarcity; low,-p:ncc,<i nnd nnenip'oprcnt 'here . ]]c mytdevllie Klwanis Club VJrrc at-hOT^e Ixivc bwn repluecd with addressed bi , Mra c c , Rp( | m ,-., full;;:cmr.'oyincnt r,nd (rood Prices.I cxccllU vc .secretary ol the Mississl- Th«.,f..,L,x>k for cotton is bri^ter , c , Tuberculosis Assod - ^lle-^vS 'SeST,^^ -I l1 '"- ^ T te "» ,•'«! 8 ™" Ul ° W - thc' -governmo-t after hostilil'es S"" 1 '" 110 " "«« n'"" 0 '» co'iitelmi! 11 Arkansas Citiesj Due to Get Better Water Systems LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Jmy 17. tUP) — City water companies in 11 Arkansas towns today asked Ihe Public Service Commission <V:r permission to borrow $349,000 ti> finance their ID-IT expansion programs. The firms explained iiiat they would get the money from their parent company, Ihe Genual Waterworks Corporation of Pine Hluff, and would Issue lour per cent promissory notes nialui,ug Dec. 31, 1952. Thc Fonlycc Water Co. applied for tile largest loan, $60,000. i Other towns were Arkadclphla,' *50,00«; Batesvlllc $15,000; Briuk- ley, $5,000 E! Dorado, $50,000; Kng- land, $5,000; Hamburg, $45,000; Mor- rllton, $40.000; McOehee, 59.000; Risen, $15,000 and Russcllvllle ?55,000. El Dorado will use Its loan '.o pay for SU.9CO linrirovcments already completed and $40,1000 for fulurc itnprovcmonts The 1947 program lor El Dorado contemplates a new wei'i, new mains and fire hydrants Variable 'Itmiwrature The temperature of ice varies. It takes on on approximate temperature of the air In which it Is orcd. The removal of a block Ice from a freey.lni; Icehouse lo n outside warmer temperature arms it up. Btrange Beat The .Scottish Island'of lona Is visited once weekly by a policeman, v;ho has his book signed av | proof of his visit and then returns to the nelBhnoi'lng island of Mull. I his regular beat. to iregain forel-m iriM'k^i,*;. Tnevcxixjrl-itn-port |-flnk was oillnd uuon to make special co.''on loans1 1 ,™'.^.. wcrc o»°'»n a flhn on 4o'-several war-impoverished na- ""' ' 1'TrvT the dove^ounient of ox))nrt l>rb?r«rr>s for cottcn cuv major erhphasls now is to ad t.his hus- ir^e'^' into tl-e hSnds of pri\ f nto traSors. 1 ' W'itc said. '''TiTjt is not o»sy- AvMh the wo'rld's eccnon:y so dlsrup!ed pr.d nrjch. of the !or- citTi - buying beinc done bv trov- eprrnVnl';. ..Bttt wo p.'re making progrccs." tlie disease in this county. the report, the Ki'.v.i- the tu- prevention and treatment o berculosis. Police Chief Charles w. Short war, inducted as a member by Jim Srr.o- Ihcrmnn. A ycar'.s vacation with pay; 'Ihai.'.s'what Miss Nelly Mason, right, lias uliead :is slio leaves her Chicago nflice and waves goodby to her c p!t-yi;r, M. Glen Miller, second from right, and fellow employe.';. Miller, owner of an advertising ;ii;ency, established a policy of a year's vacation with pay for any employe with six or mure years of service. Tclcphoto.) House Committee Votes To Outlaw Poll Taxes HOUSE COMMITIEB—12 . (WASH-fNGTOK, July 1G. (UP) — The^-.'HciKC -A'dndnistroiion Committee approved legislation j'estcr- • O;fc.tli«l wculrt butUw' the poll liix as' ii. pre-requisite to voting. j The anti-poll tux bill was approved by (lie full committee in a.;'lwo-hcur session. A subcommittee had held six weeks of hearings -en:"the measure. •HOUKC RepubMcnn .leaders pairl the b'll tmy be considered -Hns week. It was put «i (he ngcuuia to follow - - Arirjy-Navy unification which probsb\y .will be taken' up tcnVfbrow. v - /: 25 Southern Railroads Ask Passenger Fare Hikes WASHINGTON, July 17. (UP) — Twenty-five Southern r.ii!r(rds havi- i«kcd 'Interstate Con.'.-nercc Commission authority lo boast basic coach faros by 13.63 per cent. The increase would bring fares up to ;»fi cents a mile—the lev.Vi now liv*iro:t in the Northeast. r ri:!rty-scvon Southern c:irrlers 'l-J!,ve already rc([Ucstcd n (i.OG l»r cent increase in basis parlor and sleeiym; car fares. The ICC has fo'iednlcd hearings in tl-. ; s pr>- cc[-iiin,i for Aug. 2fi In 'Atlanta. The area involved is .roni;lilv South cf the Ohio and Polomic rivcr.1 nnd Basl of Ihe Mississippi. State Geofogy Deportment Heeds Russian Linguist UTTLE ROCK, Ark., July 17. lUPi — The State Geology Department is looking for a geologist witli a reading knowledge of the Russian language. The department received a request from Alexis 1. Poltorntskl, vice-president of the Stale University of Kitiv In thc Soviet Ukraine wanting lo establish an exchange of geological publications. The letter was accompanied by a Russian ;;eo- logtcal book written by Dr. V. Bondarchuk. Tops Get Chance to Find How Other Fellow Feels YA'KIMA, Wash. (U'P) — Polii'i: liere arc getting a tn-.te of what •feels jikc to bL' in the clutches of t'he law. As part of a Kifcty o:mp:iijr traffic 'accidents" invci'ving stufl- c;l dvniniies arc slagcd ihi wliiol- ))olicc-ii'i'.vcn iiutonicToilc participates. Thc driver is Mien rihbTgcd will nceli<;cnt homicide and mock trials arc held. They're Hencficiiil I-fouse centipedes, regardless of how you can feel about them, drc beneficial to man nnd should be spared, since they prey on injurious insect pests in the house. Truman Cabinet Member Predicts Democrats Wi/f Nominate His Boss in '48 iPCRTLA'Nl). Ore.. July 17. I' —Attorney Gcnorc-il Tom C. Clark predicted lotlay tliat -Preside;) Truman would be nominated the Drsnoomllo presidential can- | dictate for 1948 two minnles after thc national convention opens. ' In an inleniiew, Clark who will uildrcrc the Elks National Convcn- lion tonight, snitl President, Truman could "b^it any prcscr.tiy -available Kepiib'ican candklalc." For Your Vacation... When your budget balfles you, and ",i vacation Eeems """'" i1 ' 1 " cover your needs with an easily got- The small, law cost payments ImpOS-SUllO . . . i_v,.ui ., vm Jllrv;\i,-i wltll illl I'tloll^ U ul -ten cash loan from ns. The small, law cost payments lo pay oft your loan monthly will hardly dent your income or allowance! General Contract Purchase Corporation 1Z1 W. Ash St. Phone 2978 'Ilcad Courier News Waist Ails. Men, Women! Old at 40, 50, 60! Get Pep FeelYearsYounger.Full of Vim . - R on Met. u IIE vihul ullltlo muoluc up wlrh Couinliu ionic many ii«d 9 t I0. 1 ' l)efi.u*c low Ln !c-n. ^Ay. lie -Jo] Ijjlil ed with ci'lUifi — or vour laviicy b»ek- c al M iliufi Mlores eve/ywliere, fu as mi . GO. lor builv uM wlc vO.-lrei ronlc I'ntilrla l It Won't Be Long, NOW! Salesman Wanted Oulsjtle salesman to call on comnicrcial and farm trade. Apply FIRESTONE STORE 207 W. Main Good Used Furniture Is Found at JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main Phone 2487 Pride & Usrey GENERAL CONTRACTORS Phone 517 Highway 18 West at Pride Addition :5mile J of,Victory ... Tears of Defeat -_ It's easy to tell who won lhc Miss Pigtails of 1911 contest in New - York. Nbrma Ambrosi, 7. gives a big, victorious smile, while lillle Susan Fanelli, 4, tries lo stem a (lood ot tears. Thc conlcst was sponsored by thc Children's Aid Society. BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE- NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aqueila Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone GDI FLO U R Wrist, pocKet and fob watches are restored to beauty and usefulness with our fine repair service. The finest replacement parts used, and reasonable prices charged for depen- ablo workmanship. You get the finished product when we promise it—no delays. 7 DAY SERVICE Pat O'Bryant JEWELER Main at Second Phone 3231 * < f" ' /'/j^v, " ;, V 4,^-^ ^ i ,?J iv r/ &*-^ j, -J - ^'iJ<3^ Day Phone 3371 Night Phone 2527 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances m So. Second St. Hlythevillc, Ark. Estimates Gladly Given LUCKY STRIKE presents THE MAN WHO KNOWS- THE TOBACCO AUCTIONttR! "I'VE SOLD well over 350 million pounds of tobacco at the auctions clown South, and year after year, I've seen the makers of Lucky Strike buy quality tobacco...fine, light, fragrant tobacco that makes a grand smoke." 10 e7. //. Httriiftl, iinlt'ii<:n<lfnl tobacco n'.trtionccr c 1 /" /TN/^C/O Springs, Va,, lias been «. Lucky Slrikc smoker (or Id years So remember... fOR KfAL MtKCURY SCWICC ALWAYS Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer 'hone 3-179 tilythcvillc Ark. 112 Walnut SI. .UCKY STRIKE/T3EANS ONE /OBACCO • So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed —So Free and Easy on the Draw KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 •The Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ T»r *.«».< .PETROLEUM ofllc. Dependable detrle* PRODUCTS KB at Cberrj

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