The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1948 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 8, 1948
Page 10
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TEN BLYTHEVILLt (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TVA Supervision Called Advisable Ch*ck on Fertilizer R«Morch of Power Agency Is Suggested WASHINGTON, April »; (UP) — Jt»nJt W. Parker, Agriculture DC- partment spokesman, said yesterday that department supervision would be ."advisable" .for Tennessee Valley Authority fertilizer research.. Parkerj Fertilizer Division chief of the Bureau of Plant Industry, said 1t I* the "national responsibility" of the department to provide for all the countrj's needs and step up crop production. "The Department of Agriculture i« in a better position than anv regional authority to-follow the needs of the country," he said. Parker told a Senate Subcommittee that "the department has cooperated fully wltli TVA" In the past, but he said further integration would avoid over-emphasis of ;one type of research. The subcommittee is considering !• » bill to give Congress more control over TVA operations. Department's Interests Broader TVA, he said, "has expedited"i development and plant scale production ,,of high analysis phosphate . : fertilizers. But the department's Interests in-the field are much broader, he added. He said that part of TVA's $1.400,COO research budget might well be applied to rcsearch'in (lie field of nitrogen and potash fertilizers. Parfeer told Sen. John L. McClellan. D., Ark. that it would be very ' hard to get an "unbiased" answer i on the value of TVA's fertilizer re• search in relation to the money •pent. :• "Somebody has to find out." he i Mid, whether the TVA processes are .. commercially feasible. ' = ' Sen. Kenneth McKellar. D., ' Tenn., asked If the TVA "rooted out" the department from fertilizer ; research. t Parker explained that the department was concerned with laboratory • research and small scale projects while TVA had the facilities tor large scale production developrrfenl. He-aid not think TVA had "root- 1 -..— ..*. .*..* t .,^ .uu^- . ed the department out. he said, i Hans of the office of rtcan of stu: TVA was only carrying out the pro- ' dents at the university were not • visions of its governing act. j being adequately carried out, nnd • Meanwhile the subcommittee ' explained that he had been oficr- ; postponed until April 19 the ques- I etl a higher salary at Hendrix. tioning of Gordon R. Clapp, chair- j where, prior to joining the imivcr- man' of the TVA Board .of Dircc- | s "-y faculty two yenrs ago. he had tor«. i served us dean of students, and — professor of psychology. ' "I have enjoyed working with the students at (he university nnd I have . . . they Charges Dropped A United Statc-s war crimes court has dropped the charges of conspiracy to wage aggressive war ssalnst 12 directors of the Krupp Works, makers of German amis for 133 years. Alfred Krupp, head ol the family dynasty since 1943, seated, is pictured at a recent session of th<- war crimes trial. (NEA Tclephoto.) Psychology Professor At U. of A. Resigns CAB Proposes Mail Rate Hike For 5 Airlines \ WASHINGTON, April ». IUP)_ The Civil Aeronautic* Board, In I lie flr5t major mall rate in three years, yesterday proposed to boost payments to the big fivs airlines by »5,271,00o annually The board proposed to increase the mall rates of American Air AH?,' E<Kt ti n Alr Lines, Northwest Airlines. Transcontinental and Western Airlines and United Air Lines, from a present average ol 48 c ' n i? P« ton-mile to an average of M.5 cents per ton-mile. WO^'H , but , Ameri(:il n< »?« lncre.« would dale from Jan. i. i94g for American, it would be'retro- actlve to yesterday. It was the first time In IU history that the board had proposed to increase the mail rate foT a Mail payments to these five carriers would be Increased from 114 flie touracou, a bird tropics, has feathers of of the metallic Non-Operating ftai/roao* f mployeet Seelc Raise ' AprU • -. president of the order of -hat non-operallnz "railroad employees will «ek a wage increase of 25 cents an hour and * reduction of the basic wor ic week to 40 hours. LelRhty, spokesman for the l« labor organizations representing about 1.000,000 railway workers, said the Ti. 8 * demands .would- be served on the railroads on April 10. The non-operating employes are Ti?* 8 ^! ln *" classe « of service other tha nactual train operation LelKhty said the demands would include a reduction of the work week from 46 to * baste W hours without reduction In the weekly straight-time pay, pay etlifs o{ £ cents an hour for all employes represented and overtime pV for all work on Saturdays, Sundays, holidays and in excess of eight hour? on regular weekly WO rk days. Purchase of Lands Hear State Capitol Studied .LITTLE ROCK, April 5 <UP>A special citizens subcommittee was studying tod av the cost to the state of the possible purchase- of the land on (he North. West and Rioting Teen-Agers Wreck Red Party Office WINDSOR, ont., April ». (UP)— More than 400 rioting t«en-*«r» paraded through the downtown area last night and attacked th« office of the Labor Progressive (Com"V P ,* Hy ' ***""* » v « P»rty ials with bat* and rubber ho- SC5. Cyril Prince, district Communist organizer, said about a dozen of the youths rushed Into the office wrecking furniture, ripping Stele- phones off the walls and overturning filing cabinets. | "They have been stirred up and heated up," he said, "by all this hysteria in the press during the past few weeks." . THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1948 igimllon within a week. On „,,,, 1. W. B. Mnhnn, head of the de- j an partment, resigned to accept a po- re; sltion on the faculty of southern Methodist University. FAYETTEVUiE, Ark.. April 8.— (UP)—Dr. John P. Anderson, dean of students and professor of psy- ... _ choiogy at the university of Ark^n-1 Highway Department Sues sas has resigned and rill assume ' r ' »»...- . ..a position as profess! oi psychol- oey at Hehdrix College in .September, it was learned today. Anderson said he felt the func sire an order allowing it to cm« the prpoerty of Georg! B' Mars™ Marsh owns acreage on the rVr'n Posed Rogers-Pea Ridge road State Highway 94. H e has refund fallow contractors on hl s p^ ••Department Attorney Nelll Bfl h «"«r said that Marsh insist? on ruction of a cattle under. - --..„ tne payment of iinon in damages before releasing he TM ^ W-tA" *S P he- 5 f-£ Cached an agreement with the de! H^rtiTiGnt and with th r*\~ 1 v "•«" «iiu Viitn tne Charnhprs Roge C rr mCrCe ° f Pea Rld «« »nd by life LeStfJe Councfl tT^e? a'n s aP 1 ra(IS2 L 01 th| s Property and re' port, to the council when It m er% at Little Rock May 28. , -1 Serving on the committee are J.! editor of the Arkansas I (i, . ; "" A - ^Blc, publisher of i the Arkansas Democrat, and Dr. I BOB MALONE Plaster and Stucco Phone 2029 First National Insurance, Agency FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION . Phone 2311 t '•< 108 North 2nd St. BILL WILSON CHARLES BI1TNEK DYNAMITE Now in Stock at P&ul Byrum's • '*y*frv+*y mf^fmi AiflVlfb ^PUO Former for Right-of-Way L11TLE ROCK, April 8. (UP)—' llic State Highway Department sjiid ycslcrdny It H-ould ss!c Benton County Clianccry Court to 1s- ' J/iieves to Get Surprise LITTLE ROCK, April 8. (UP) — The thieves who stole live electric j fans and two floodlights in Little I son appreciated the cooperation have given me," Dr. Ancler- said. "But I feel It will be Rock, last night will be surprised ! happier at Hendrix." to find engraved on each: "Stolen Irom St. Andrew'* Parish House.' Anderson was the second psychology professor to ruvcal his res- GARDEN SEEDS COMPLETE STOCK BULK OR PACKAGE . FRESH PLANTS DAILY BLYTHEVIILE CURB MARKET 130 EAST MAIN ST. Planting Seed > m C i° t "' V° U ° n ^ S " 1 '' Su<l:lr '- 0:lts ' "-cspciltia. Alfalfa, Mixtures, Lawn Grasses & Other field .Seed. See Us For Your Recjuircmenls Blytheville Soybean Corporation 856 v Phones ' . §57 ANNOUNCEMENT! We are pleased to announce that Mr. Obert Hitch is now in charge of our service department Mr. H itch wishes to invite.his many old customers to visit him at his new location. Still & Young MOTOR COMPANY Phones 3479—1333—4334 Walnut at First BlytheviHe, Ark. Funeral Insurance PHONE 4431 COBB FUNERAL HOME Blylhcville. Arkansas Pianos Wide , selection of models and prices,on our floor all the time Piano Tuning And Call repair by an expert. us for service that satisfies Music Instruments A complete line of music Instruments and supplies. From a pick to a bass violin Recordings Let us make permanent records of your voicf and music. .• Radio Repair • Sheet Music • Radios - Records BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 E. Main Phnoe 811 Local & Long Distance Hauling Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any Place Buck Meharg 401 E. Main St. ('hones: Day '1677. 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II tit Hlale UIM BlTth«Tlll« 714 PRESCRIPTIONS* ' Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug StoreS REDYED, the old shoe becomes smart, new appearing <p;ir- ticiilarly if also rebuilt here). We re- dye shoes any color —perfectly. H-fl LTCRS QUHLITY SHO€ SHOF ii w M en N ST. INSTANT RADIO SERVICE ALL MAKES H'e Specialize In F-M Latest Models of New • Westinghouse • Cro'sJcy BLYTHEVILLE SALES COMPANY 138 E. Main Phone MIS Auto Body Repairs r« th« b«t IB Automobile Body Repairs, hrlni your «r t» «. ... we have all modern equipment l» cut labor <-o»u, I Stand Behind 12 Years of Satisfactory Service in Mississippi County BARKER'S BODY SHOP 425 East Kentucky p hone 250 d Flash Cameras At Barney's! 2006 West Main Sfreet PRICED FROM $9.90 to $14.95 Film Development and Free 5x7 Enlargement With Each Roll Roll Film In All Sizes—Eastman Kodak Film BARNEY'S Phone 3647 2006 West Main St. FARM & LOANS Horn i Office, Newark, N. 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