The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1948 · Page 9
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FRIDAY, JUNK 4, 1948 Bl-YTHEVlU.E (ARK.) COUU1KR NKAVS Wholesale Index Rises Slightly Increase of 0.6 Per Cent Reported By Labor Department WASHINGTON, June 4.-IUPI —The Labor Department reported yesterday that average wholesale prices went up o.G per cent last! week to a love! !e<i S than one per! cent below the postwar peak period. The department said that on May 29 wholesale prices for about 900 basic commodities were 0.7 per cent below the postwar high reached in mid-January and 1.7 per cent under the all-time record let In A\<ay, 1820. ™ The wholesale index lor the week was 164.4 o[ the 19:'G average. The department uses 1926 as the base year for the index and that year's average equals 100- Prices of (arm products rose two per cent lasi week on the wholesale market, the department said. H said the rise was caused chiefly by "sharp increases" In hogs, calves, steers, and lamb quotations. On the average, the department said, \\holesale prices tor farm products were 3.3 per cenl above late April, 1848. and 8.2 per cent higher than on May 29, 1947. Higher prices tor beef. pork. lamb, butter and flour caused average food prices to Increase 0.5 sier cent during (he week. On May 29. average wholesale food prices were 0.3 per cem higher than a year earlier. baved at Sea—After a Dunking Court Dec/ares Horse Racing Game of Skill 75 Florida Boy Scouts to Aid Flood Victims PAGE tram State Line Crewmen lining the rail of the USS William C. l.owc had beer, hauling lines to lift aboard a small boat in which Ihrw Navy oh" men from the earner Viillcy Farce had been picked up after their plane crashed in the choppy Mediterranean. Just as he boa eot deck-high, ropes broke. Airmen and their rescuers wore -.nillcd LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. June 4. (UPt wit for a second dunking. All were finally notion aboard safely —A formal decree hns been entered J * *uu«ira s,aieiv. In Pulaski Chancery Court here clc- - - ..,.-. _ _ clarins thai horse racing i-s a- game — . . f* -i u $a skill rather than a lottery. Safety Council Honors "chancellor Frank Dodge dismissed Writers Conference Under Way at Conway CONWAY, Ark., Juno 4. (Ui'i — Th* fourth tvnmml Arkansas Writers Ccnn'iciKT opened » Ihicc-Uay meeting at Stat« Teacheri College litre yesterday. PORT ORANGE, Ma., June 4.-^ *""" P™l""'«>«rlf«, tlifflrat dl«. (UPI— Fifteen hoy wonts «nd the cusslml °" writing for children ami residents of this town-of 1200 popu- |.vou'.h w«s scheduled this mieinoor tatlon mid* a bargain yesterday that may menu hundreds of poundi of food nnd clothing for flood via- tlms of Vanport, Ore. Members »( Troop M told the townspeople they would wotk nil day tomorrow making Port. Orange splo and irpuil if th« , residents would donate money and other aid for ttrlckeii Vtnuori. I The townspeople agreed they j would try not to b» outdone In this transcontinental nelghborlluesi. I Totaling up the numbrr of ysrds to be cleaned at about 350, the ; scouis (tamed, they might have, to work more limn one day to finish : all the nerdrd chores. Senior Patrol ; Loader N'ovnk Najarlan, n-ypar-old ; Life Scout, said they would work «s many rtayj as necessary. i Paul Raymond, district, scout commissioner, said he believed the lfoo|)6 idea would win the undying gratitude ot the stricken people of • the West Coast. | "I hope the seed they hnvfl planted will grow so that t trainload or rellel mnterlal ran be sent to the unfortunate people of Vanport." Raymond suld. "I want to compliment Troop 66. We are mighty proud of these lx>y*. ns we are sure the nation will b'j \vlien It learns ol this wonderful work." Nnjartan, arjeakliiR tor the scouts, said, "we are not looking for any credit as Individual scouts, because sacrificing holidays Is one of the things scouting has always taught 115." lo be lollowrd by a Journalism clinic directed by J'ssle 8. Fiend. Dr. W. F. BREWER DENTIST OFFICE 208W W. MAIN «T, PHONE am Blythevllle. Ark. II i Gatewood Grocery Phone 975 GAS GAS Reg., Gal. Ethyl, Gal 20k 22k Whiskies 1-2 Pt. Pr. 5th Segram'T' 1.35 2.65 4.15 Calvert 1.35 2.65 4.15 Bonds 2.25 4.35 6.90 Cagarets Crn.—1.55 STUDEBAKER Originated th* "New Loo*" ht Motor Car*/ • First In Style! • First In Vision! • First by far with a Post War Car! Guaranteed Used Cars and Trucks > See Chamblin Safes Co. lor Complete Serrfe*/ CHAMBLIN SALES CO. "Your Friendly Studtbakir Deafer" R.R. & Ash St». Phoiw 21*1 petition by James (Uncle Mac) . Governors of Vermont And Alabama Accused of A migratory bird refuge has been established la Sacramento I valley, California. Unauthorized Plane Trips ~ — WASH1NOTON. June 4. (UP) — Congress was told yesterday that Airlines tor Part in a pennon Dy James luncie iviacj , . . _. . — . MackrelJ seeking lo enjoin state of- I Making Flying idfer flclals from permitting horse rac-1 ing In Arkansas. The complaint, held ' CHICAGO. June 4.— < UP)—The that racing was a lotlcry and pro- , National Safety Council today hibitcd by the Arkansas constitu- named 24 air lines winners of 1947 Govs. James E. Folsom of Afabama lion. 'aviation safetv awards for their, and Ernest W. Gibson of Vermont! Mackrell, a Little Rock radio contributions to safe air transpor- ! made unauthorized trips in Nation evangelist and candidate tor gov-|i a iion. Two airlines—American and Northwcsl—have flown , a billion air miles since their last fatal ac- ernor, indicated he would appeal to I the Arkansas Supreme Court. AEC Awards Contract for Oak Ridge Housing OAK RIDGE. Tenn., June 4.— <UP>—The Atomic Energy commission has awarded an 58.000,000 al Guard planes. The disclosure WHS made bv MaJ. Gen. Kenneth E. Cramer, chlel ot the National Guard Bureau, In re- cidenls. All but one of the lines spouse to an inquiry from Rep. E. cited completed 1947 passenger : P- Scrivncr, R., Kans., member ot operations svithoul a • falality, Hie ; the Huuse Appropriations cornmit- council said. jlee. Pan-American Airwavs was lion- I " As * praclical proposllion," Cra. , .. orcd for passing the 'billion mile:" 161 ' said ' " if there is a continued ""!"£ ^SEIS: S 1 l^!; l VA I ? ; »«"= bef °" "» no-accident rcc . : nnd extensive abuse of this equip- d ended lasl year. Award winners, ^wiili the number ] or passenger miles logged from e.s- ._"",._* ' ~ accident ly 5flO_ garden-type 'apartments at the atomic center-here, It was announced Yesterday: : i |L J." C. Franklin, manager of the 1 'ablishmcnt or last fatal AEC's Onk Ridge operations, said ltlrall Sh 1047 Included: work on the development would be-1 cl "eago and Southern Airlines, gin immediately and was scheduled 516,163,000; Delta Air Lines. 133.- for completion by June. 1949! 325.000; Pan American-Grace Air- Hesaid the apartment project rep- WRVS - 4 3.754,000; .Caribbean-Atlan- resenls only about one third the tola! llc Airlines 13,437,000; Florida Air- number of permanent dwelling units * 1; <>' s . 1,040,000. planned here during 1948 and 1948. Pau Aincrclan flew menl. I feel Ihe chief of the National Guard Bureau will have no other option bat to withdraw the equip-, inent from all governors." ! He said governors arc authorized! to use National Guard planes only when on business connected with the guard the state or the national, government. I NOW! . designed lo convert Oak Ridge from a war-built town to a permanent community. passenger 1,433,699,000 ' 1945 snd 14. 1947. miles between Aus. 3. : k latal accident on Junt at FOUNTAINS Everywhere! With the Courts Chancery: Marcclle Humphrey Webb Dene Webb, suit for divorce. Hold-Uut /•"" ' • \ A \\ / ^ s '\ Week-end of Great Pleasure — * k\\ /T Ever since the division ol Indio into a British dominion nnd independent Pakistan, • the Nuam ol Hydcinbad tins determinedly refused union of his 126.16G- squarc-milc principality to India The latter has blockaded Uydi-rnbad to force it to join up The Nizam countered by moving troops to the frontier Violence threatens as representatives of both states seek peaceful agreement in New Delhi. / is yours when you include Sclicnley in your plans . . . because Sclicnley is more mellow, definilcly finer. tut Pre-war Oualily Blended Whiskey 85 proof. 65* £ ( ain neulul spirita. O1948, Sclwnley Distillers Corp., N.r. Attention!!* Cotton Graham Service Station Ark-Mo State Line Is Now Open for Business Cities Service Products Gasoline — Oil — Greases We Invite You to Trade with Us Garrett L. Abbott & H. E. (Cotton) Graham Jr. HERE'S SAFE STORAGE • For Furs • For Nu-Wa Laundry Cleaners 220 North Second Street Phone 4474-4475 STEEL BUILDINGS ADAPTABLE To Many Industrial, Commercial and Farm Uses TRUSS-CLEAR ... NO WASTED SPACE BUTLCR^BUILT A frodvtt »f I UTHK MFO. COMPANY i Low Coil p*i &q. ft. > Cost Lm to buy ind main- tiin. > Convenient Sties — 40' width! l*fljth in mullipln ol 70'. Alio 32' ind ?(V > Strong liusileu constm-. lion, full useibfc spic*, > Creeled in days Instead of weeks, C. A. TANT CONST. CO. Authorized Dealer for Butler Steel Buildings General Contracting P. O. Box 83 Phone 896 Blytheville, Ark. REFRESHING REDUCING INVIGORATING Rid yourself of thai ugly fat. both men »nd women. Foci young nm! bo young Hgnin by sulphur hath and nil miiKsaRcs. Course of 10 for $20. For ApiMimtmenl Cull 2M9 1510 Ash Strwt E. C. Davit VioUtta Morgan Masseur MUBCIIM SPECIAL Beer Per Case Ked Top Ale $'<!.«« Puhsl Blue Ribbon.. "].]]..S:i.7S Budwellrlr .53,1ft Ruisell Marr Liquor Store 114 Hn. 2nd St. iMumo 807 FOR SALE Get our prices on tested 12 inch to '18 inch concrete culverts. Also concrete building blocks. CALL ON US DIAL 691 W* Deliver and Sell for Less Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. W« Deliver PKone 691 PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranteed [Jest Prices Kirby Drug StoreS Concrete Tile Sewer Tile Sl7cs 4, 6 and ft Inch Culvert Tile Size* 10, IV, l.\ 18, 21. U, M and 36 Inch A. H. WEBB Kwj. fil at RUt« Llm Phone BljthtrUI* Tli ) Good for Lif* 1 All-Aluminum . iWindowScreeiu! < Builders j i Supply Inc j 1 S. Hipfhw.y «1 " 1 i ~,mm..m.mmmrmmmtA /e**Mi $11 nvx Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mircuiy D*o/«r Phone 3479 Blytherille Ark. 112 Wthtdt 9L BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 If you're hurrying—we can rebuild your shoes in shortest time possible by REAL workmanship. Of course, close prices, hcsl material. H-fl LT€RS QUflLITY SHO£ SHOP 111 W M « I M ST. Local & Long Distance Hauling Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any Plac* Buck Meharg 401 E. Main St. Phones: Day 918 Night 29S6 GARDEN SEEDS COMPLETE STOCK BULK OR PACKAGE FRESH PLANTS DAILY BLYTHEYILLE CURB MARKET 130 EAST MAIN ST. • iOgdenSoy Beans • i 2'.i pound bags. Cleaned an J germination test. M.50 bushel ! Highway 61. S!i miles North of JSteele, Mo. Phone 9F12. I J. R. Whistle See Us First EAST END AUTO SALES For That Car 503 E. Main Phone 1191 ^ 116 VALUES AT WWC05T "Neuritis Has Kept Me In Torturing Pain" The letter says . . "Seems likt the pain Just want let go." For more than 50 years doctors have prt- scrlbcd this natural mineral water that tends to neutralize pain-causing acids Phone or writ* tod*7 tor free booklet. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main »4 PIlLMt* RlytheviNe, Ark.

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