The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 23, 1948
Page 5
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FRIDAY, APRII, 23, 1948 B1.YTHEV11.1.E (ARK.)- COURIER NEWS New Longer Tow Boat Units Made 'Integrated Tow' May Cut River Freight £ Costs 50 Per Cent American Tank on Guard in Trieste ST. LOUIS, April 23. (UP)—A revolutionary tow boat unit ex- jccted to cut river freight costs by •0 per cent was being completed »day for Us maiden voyage on ;he Mississippi River. The "Integrated tow" | 3 being built by Federal Bnrge Lines The entire unit is 1200 feet long—longer than Hie Queen Mary. The unit Is made up ol the tow- joat Harry Truman and nh\e bar- ;es which Jit compactly to form one long streamlined vessel The towboat itself detaches in the' mid- lie and creates « spoon-shaped how it the front end of the unit while ;he living quarters and portion mousing the two 1600-horsepower ilesels remain at the rear of the ;ow. Following a test run by the Har:y Truninn on Us own, the com- >!ete unit will get Its trial trip on National Maritime Day at New Drleans May 22. Dnrge lines officials said the tow »-ill have a capacity of nearly 12,- Klp tons, or the equivalent of five Jg»-car tralnloads of freight. How- Wr, maximum streamlining and CITY OF ibsence of "breaks" along the sides i KANSAS vlll make It the fastest tow on Ex-Parte Petltlnnrr river, capable of better than' . in the matter of the proposed an-' With the future of the Free Territory of Trieste still in doubt, American tanks remain on guard in the trouble spot. This M-< tank rumbles near a wall, decorated with a picture ol Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito and Communist Hags. (Photo by NEA-Acme staff correspondent Julius llumi.) County Court. Chickasawba Dis-1 section line lo a point TO leet uorlh .r.c., M.^.pp^^ty^ansa, of u»_« section line° ""^ AR- ;lie :0 miles per hour. Cuts Trip to Week Voyages from St. Louis to New Orleans, the barge line .said, are !xpected to take only a little more :han a week instead of as long is 19 days now required for the irip. The result is that, hauling ;ost-5 will be reduced about So per :ent. The nine barges are of various iizes ranging from 250-to 19OO-tou lapacity In order to accommodate oige and small consignments of reight in the same tow. The Harry Truman will make cx- lerimental trips to Chicago, Minne- ipolls and up the Missouri River •o Kansas City if possible during ihe Summer. After making chan- :es shown necessary in its trials, •he line will put the craft lo work >etween New Orleans and points in the Illinois Waterway while more 'ows are Being built. . - nexation to the City of Blythcvlllo, of section 10, T15N-R11E; thence west along a line 30 feet north of the parallel to said 'A section line to a point 30 feet cast of the north and south !{• section line of section 10 T15N- Notice is hereby given that there has been filed in the County Court 300 — --- „ feet; thence west along n line 330 feet north of and parallel to Jhc east and west 14 section line of sec- Policy No Contract' of ITU Zuled Illegal WASHINGTON, April S3. (UP) — rhe chief trial examiner of the Na- donal Labor Relations Board ruled lie "no contract" policy of Ihe In- ernational Typographical Union 'AFL) illegal yesterday. The examiner, William R. Ringer, nadc the ruling in finding bsln he ITU and its Baltimore Local Jo. 12 guilty of eight, violations ol he Taft-Harlley Act. His finding:-, ire subject to approval of the full 5ve-nifin labor board. Ringer recommended that the ward order the CTU to abandon IU 'no contract" policy and to fore- he local to bargain "in good laith" rilh. the Graphic Arts League, an issociation representing 22 Balti- nore printing companies. His findings were made In an jnfair labor practice case involv- be annexed being all ol the territory lying between the "present boundary line of the city of BIytheville, Arkansas, and the boundary line as hereinafter set forth, towit: Proposed City Limits Extended Blythevllie, Ark. | Begin 30 feet, due south and 40 ; due east of the southeast corner j of section 15, T15n-RiiE; thence ' proceed due north along a line 40 i feet east of and parellel "to the ; section line between sections 14 and I 15.. T15N-R11E, to the southwest' corner of Vail's 2nd Addition; thence east along the south line of Vail's 2nd Addition, to the southeast corner of said addition; thence north along the cast line of said addition to the south line of Asli Street carved out of Vail's 3rd addition; thence east along the south line of Ash Street to a point 30 feet east of the >4 section line of section 14, T15N-RUE; thence north along a line 30 feet east of and parellel to said ',4 section line to a point 30 feet north of the section line between sections 11 and 14. T15N-R11E; thence west along a line 30 feet north of and parallel to said section line to a point 30 feet east of the section line be- I tween sections 10 and II, T15N- I RUE; thence north along a line 30 feet east of the parralel to said secllon line and COP- on the same \llne 30 of and parallel lo the betweey feet north section line and », T-15N-RI1B. lo R point 30 i feel west of ihe cast n sfcllon line of section 4, T15N-U11E; thence south along a line 30 feel west of parallel to said •; Koclton line and continue south alont; Ilic snme llne.30 feet west of and parallel to the east 'i section line ol section 9, TI5N-R11K, to » point 30 feel norih of Ihe 'i section line of sec- llon 9. T15N-R11K; thence west along a line 30 feet north of and parallel to said '.i section line lo a point 30 /ect west of the north mid south ',1 section line of section «, T15N-R1IB; thence soulh along H line 30 feel west of and Parallel to said 14 section line, to » poltil at the Intersection of suld M section line with the ilghl-of-way line of the si. u>ul s Southwestern Railroad; thence west alone the right-of-way line of s»td railroad to a curve in the railroad; thence continue around the curve on the north and right-of-way line of said railroad; thence continue south along the west right-of-way line of said railroad to a point 440 feet north of the south section line of secllon 8, T15N-IU1E; thence west 450 feet north of and parallel to said section line, to the center of a drainage canal known as PeinV- cot Bayou Ditch Number 27; thence south anil west along the centerline of said drainage canal to a point at Ihe Intersection of the north, and soulh V, secllon line of section n, T15N-RHE; thence smith along the said >.i section line to a point 515 feet due north oJ the center of section 17, T15N- nilE; Ihcnce west along a line'515 feet north of and parallel lo Ihe j Street lit «»ld s south on » line parallel to b-divliion; thence 300 feel wwt of th« west line of Hartlson Street, to a point 30 feet south of Ihe soulh secllon line ol section 17, T15N-H1IE; Ihcnce cast along » line SO Jeet soulh of and parallel lo Ihe soulh .sccllon lines of sections 17, 16 and 15, T15N- IlllE. lo * point 30 feel soulh of Mid 40 feel east of Ihe'soulheast corner of section 15. TI5N-R1IE which' U the point o( beginning. A plat of s»ld territory to be annexed Is on file with s*ld petition In the office of the Cleric of s*td Court, «mt the undersigned ha 5 been named by llile petitioner as Ihe persons aulhorlied to act for It in Ihe premises The Court aforesaid has fixed Hie 251 h day of May, 194S, is Ihe dale for a hearing on said petition and »ll Interested person-i >rc now notified lo be present In wild Court on the date so fixed. Given this 22nd day of April, 1S48. PERCY A. WRIGHT. City Attorney. cast and west section line of section 17, T15N-R11E. (p n iwlnt at the Intersection ol said line with the west '/, section line of said section; thence soulh along said \i section line to the south line of Alabama Street, In West End Addition; thence east along the south line of Alabama Street to the 'A -lection line of section n, V15N- R11K; thence continue east on the same line to a point on a line with the west end of I^cabrJdy Avenue, in the re-plat of Pride and Gateway Subdivision, which is 300-feet I ONE'S Beauty Shop 111 North tnd St. OPKN KVKNIMSS bj APPOINTMENT Operators: FJiyon Purler Marie McLeod Kodprj Mildred Rurnctt' Phone 3132 J. CROWDER, Sj*cl«l Counwl. 4IJ3-JO-8J7 ' PARKHURST GROCERY 412 N. 15th St. (Old Cemetery Road) Now Has QUALITY MEATS and FRESH VEGETABLES TO GIVE YOU A MORE COMPLETE GROCERY SERVICE PKone865 for Free Delivery heart of the international union's efforto to operate outside certain , . , -- sections of the Taft-Hartley Act in Ing Ixreal 12 and the Graphic ArLs its dealings with the nation's news- League. But they struck at the paper publishers. ENJOY THE LUXURY OF SCHENLEYfc fe&^ >K» ftvlfc Jn»i BUM H*» « tmf. K% Mi fciinl frhfc C*. HU.VilniluKililiiH^II t.C.. Funeral Insurance PHONE 4431 COBB FUNERAL HOME BIytheville.'Arkansas For Sale State Certified D.& P. L PLANTING SEED CLEANED & TREATED 6-8-12 Fertilizer Roseland Gin Co. Roseland, Ark. Bottled by SANDERS & WHEELER BIytheville, Ark. First National Insurance Agency FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION Phone 2311" 11SN.S««». Street Anthony Build!., BILL WILSON CHARLES BITTNER Auto Body Repairs !• AnUiMhUe fexlr Keualrs. brlnr ., c H E C K A N D Thai's our way of doing: repair work. We make Hurt every step is complete.^lf safely is important to you, you want the assurance of knowing work is done right. Put your car in our expert hands for Its spring checkup. LEE MOTOR SALES INC. 307 Oldsmobile — GMC Trucks East Main St. • Phon. 2056 RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (All Typ« Except Cannr) DRS. MIES ft MIES FOR SALE Git our prices" on tested 12 inch (o 48 inch concrete culverts. Also concrete building blocks. CALL ON US DIAL 691 We Deliver and Sell for Less Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 691 Concrete Tile Sewer Tile Sizes \, fi .nd * Inch Culvert Tile Sim 10, 12, 15, It, 21, 24, M •nd 36 Inch A. H. WEBB Hwj. SI at State l.iM Fhonr fUrtheriHe 71i DYNAMITE Now in Stock at Paul By rum's REDYED, tho old shoe becomes smart, now appearing (particularly if also re- huilt here). We rc- (lyc shoes any color —Perfectly. H-flLT€RS QUflLITY SHO€ SHOP ill - - Local & Long Distance Hauling Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any Place Buck Meharg 401 E. Main St. Phones: Day 4677 Night 2986 Radio Service At [(3 Hesl All Service Guaranteed FM Installed and Service a Specialty FELIX CARNEY. BlyfhevilU Sales Co. 138 R. Main Phone 3616 ,F.r It. W I. A.U«.Ule B«J r Repairs, brl«» . . . w. fere .H e,.lp«nt to cot tabor »r U M " I Stand Behind it Y«« of Satisfactory Service I* . Mississippi County BARKER'S BODY SHOP 425 Rut Kentucky CAMERAS FOR RENT Phone 2500 •——••••••••^B^BB Each Roll Film Developed ™ ^ 7* BARNEY'S »' 2006 Weir Main St. Phon . 3647 FARM (£ LOANS •MM OAc*. N. J. MOMFT CLOMN* tUJL, W»IT» OK S» WORTHINGTON * •«- M*h«nile. Ark JNSUIANCH COMrANT O AMEUCi Still & Young Motor Co; Uncofit-Mercvry Deo/er Phone 347» Blytherilk Ark. 112 Wal.ut {*. BEN WHITE & SONS GtNERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 STUDEBAKER We Repair'Em AH Any Make Cars and Trucks... Factory Trained Mechanic* Paint & Ilody Work Rubricating & Washing Wrecker Service New Equipment If you need a new 1 !/ 2 ton or 2 ton Sludebaker (ruck we have it! CHAMBLIN SALES CO. "Your Friendly Studebaker Deafer" R,R. tAshSte. Phone 2195 Batteries Heaters Sun Shields Radios Seat Covers Tires New Motors Parts Everything You Need for Your Car EAST END AUTO SALES Has tKe car you »vanl and need! Phone 4191 or see us at 503 E. Main "Neuritis Has Kept Me In Torturing Pain" Tht l«tt«r says , . . "Seems like the pain just wpnV l«t to." For more than 50 years doctors have pre-- •cribed thU natural mineral wtter that tends to neulrmllat p*lp-c«U!ln« acids. Phone or write today.' Tor fic« booklet. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and DiTfafen ' : Blytheviile, Ark. '

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