The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 25, 1947
Page 9
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE mm Bus/ness Good in All Arkansas, Riviera Planning University Bulletin Reports After Study In Principal Cities Big Gala Season At Nice Carnival Tennessee Publisher Hurt in Stove Blast FAYETTEV1LLE, Ark., Nov. 35.—With exception of department store sales in Little Rock and Fort Smith and life insurance sales,' poses, tills Riviera capital Is pre principal Indices of Arkansas business conditions show Increases dur- \ paring a gala, season, ing the first three quarters of 1941 as compared wilh the same period last year, [he Arkansas Business Bulletin, which Is published by the University ol Arkansas College of Business Administration, reported today. rJhtft.ssor of business admlnistra-* ~ ' tloTi. is editor of the FORT WALTON, Pis., Nov. 25.— (UP)—James G. Slnlilmnn, publisher ol the Nashville (Tcnn.) Banner was released yesterday from a hos,- NICE, France <UP)—Desplle Eu- , i>iui here where he was treated for rope's ever tightening control of; first and second degree burns rc- forelfn exchange [or tourist pur- ce i v ed in a gas stove explosion. Stnhlmnn and John Lov«U, filso of Nashville, were In Dcslln, Pin., for the hunting season. Last night they moved Into n Summer Bulletin. Bank deons irom 10 cities were reported in the current Issue of the Bulletin, rather than from UK- six cities formerly reported. "On t I bask of the larger sample, ban* debits during the first nine months of the year were about 13 per cent above the level of tile period in 1DIO." the Bulletin reported, ''Sales to consumers, as estimated from the Arkansas jjross receipts tax, were nuont 20 per cent higher during the first nine months of 1341 than during the same montlis of 1947," it was stated. "The com- : p.ii ison for the first six months of the year showed sales about. 23 per cent higher during the fivsl of 10'17, than for the similar p:-riod of 1946. Throughout 19-S7, there has, been a tendency for .sales to run ahead of those of 1946 by a diminishing margin. The same general tendency has been noticeable in the sales of department stores, with cumulative sales for the year now running bt-hind sales of a year ago." Grocery Buying; Deelines u^utomobilc sales and filling sta- tj|r\ sales showed Increases, but grocery, apparel, restaurant, U-' quor. and miscellaneous groups reported smaller sales during the current year. Data on sales of furniture, household supplies, radios, lumber, hardware and building materials were Insufficient for re- The Bulletin continued: "The value .of building permits Issued in six cities in Arkansas 600 War Dead To Be Buried At Gettysburg Plans for the famous carnival nd for international sports, Jaw ind beauty festivals are going ahead on a pre-war scale. which had not been cccupit'd about a week. Previous tenants • for . 'vl- The carnival will begin Jan: 29 . dentally Iclt a gas Jisl open (or vlth an official welcome to His ; when Stahlman struck a match, lli.i .lajesty. King Carnival LXIII, The : explosion occurred, raditlonal grand parade Is sched- GLTITSHURG. Pa.. (UP) —Six hundred American soldiers killed in World War II have been selected for burial In one of hiLsory's most honored military Inirln grounds — the Gettysburg Nationa Cemetery, Three ptots, each within lot yards ot the site where Abrahan Lincoln delivered his immortal ad dress dedicating the cemetery ot Nov. 19, 18fi3, are being prepared for interment of American battl dead at the request of next-of-kln Cemetery officials est:mate ther is room for upwards of 2.000 more graves, but they recommended to i lie added so it would not be necessary to reduce visitors' space at. the famous Civil War shrine"The general agreement, is that the cemetery should be left as It Is," said J. Walter Coleman, national park superintendent. "If we accepted more than COO bodies, the character of the whole place would be changed." Total or 4,400 Coleman said the new burials, expected to be completed within the next v fi ar and a half, will bring the cemetery's total interments to 4.400, most of whom are those of uled for Feb. 1 and city authorities ! promise more floats than lasl The theme of Ihls year's caint-' val— dedicated to Ulliput— Is built \ronnd the fact that electric trolley wires along the Avenue of Victory, the route it will follow, are loo low lo allow for the usual towering floats The floats will be limited In height but will be broader and longer than in the past. QIHTUS to lit Heard The [irst In the famous series of "Battles of the Flowers" will take place Feb. 5, gains also will be. a feature of the festival. gresco. . Internationally known tennis stars will play In n tennis tournament March '21-2!>. The internnllomil hors- show, scheduled for April 15-M, has -special .significance I his .season, preceding as It docs by a fi!w months the Olympic flames, which will be held In England next summer. Fifteen foreign teams have already • signed up, more than ever before ; In Nice history. The international automobile will take place Ap- The publisher svas burned about the liu-e und hands. Lrjvctl received slight burns. The blast blew win- dowpancs out of the house and caused oilier dumaBe. How )7~O«s FLINT, Mich. tUl'l—Ilnrlry Hospital lm.s the figures on tliu rise FEELS MUCIl" RKTTEK NOW "Since I sluvliHl I'uLlnu KM,Mian's Ai.i.-miAN*. 1 have iKi'u ronuhiv »s t'lo \voik. I led bellei now than when 1 ^ .wenty ytnu.s younger!" You, luo, jvoreonie run ;tlp;it[un due to iiu'kuMmlk In UK :lU-l l»y i-sillni: In food prices. Margaret ROSA, dietician, rcporUt that mi-ate cost un noiuse of 60.71 cents, compared wltli'in cenlA hi 1M1. Cost of food ol (hi; hospital Js 113,003 n month Higher ttml It wa-s pre-war, The light produce!) by * Cost* Rlcan lantern fly U sufficient to enabl* a man to read a newpaptr by IU ' BACKACHE, LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys If I'U tOattuuHincc C clay In mill: LllUf lIUSl —drink plenty of w u I e r. i> o u 11 M: voi'u MONL:Y BACH rted i\t\- i[ VOU alV IH)L MXlls K-n-day lilnl! Ordi KI:LI.<K.I;'S Ai.l.-»li.\N tudaj'. Keel) .iion't j ml 1-0 rmUi In indrfo m. Nature ni.iyu^WAratBjt o'A nrcil itleitUon. clili ami iH)1» no\Ji ila ovtot l»i« I'lnts n ils\r. U Clio J6 mlloi of VUntp tubM «nd fU'.*f» «1i)U t work welt, poison out wat(«m*lt*ri J u llicl'ltHiti.Thetc 11 otjorx* m:\yiUrthni l>rp ami «iierc>', xcULnc up nlghti, ivtllFtr, m^j, Tci'itu enter crunlyi>> URgt'i with aaitrtr ililtiu wrytur vllli your L!<Jneyi or MaiUltr, IWtwaltl A»k yinir HrurxUtfor Uo»n'» Villi. a »LlmuhrU Jmrvlle, u»»4 »ucr«»futlv hj' million* fur over BO VMT*. Do*ri'« ' " ' d will hrlp th« U mil Steel Oil Barrel Racks An; Slw T. L. MABRY •ii MISSOURI ST. PH. sev City Radio , -Service- Dial 2407 Par Eijxrt Rcptln Kt t»< Mite M. Felix A. Carney Fireworks and opera i "Grand 1'rlx" rtl 4. Queen Venus of Prior to the carnival, operas will [be crowned the week or Aug. 13-11. b e held throughout January. Sing- | Beauty 'juceus from nil over Ihn ers from Paris. the Scald In Milan, world will l« Invited io mice purl, and Vienna will take part. An International basketball tourney is scheduled from Jan. 1-4. The most famous bands in the world will take part In the International jazz festival set for Feb. sented. A representative of the 18-26. Six nations will be repre- French government's radio Is currently in the United States to sign | up Important orchestras. The last evening of the festival will be broadcast all over the world. To Hold Fashion Show Leading French couturiers will send their most beautiful models here for the grand gala of Parts fashion March 6 at the Hotel Ne- DAVID B. ANDERSON MASON CONTRACTOR Brick Work of Quality 110!/2 E. Dovii St. Phone 4641 as, ., during the «rst eight months of Union veterans of the Civil War 1!»7 was 254 per cent above those I Of the 3,000 soldiers brought to transport issued during the same months of 1946 Favorable construction weather had extended the 'building season' somewhat later than usual, and will thus tend to keep this comparison high for several months. "The indices based on physical volumes — lumber, coal, and petroleum production and employment — are showing more modest gains over a year ago than those reflecting rising price levels. Attention is called to the fact that the San Francisco on the Honda Knot in the first shipment of the nation's war dead. 22 were among the 000 chosen for burial in Gettysburg. They were to be brought here at a rate of four dally after being prepared for burial at an army quartermaster distribution center in Philadelphia. By figuring on four burials a day. Coleman said, relatives could be :-.s5ured ample time for funeral services. The cepietery will provide on s c . Index of employment is based on : a firing squad, guard of honor and preliminary estimates, and will be ; religious services, if relatives so p , revised by later reports of em- <! ployers to stat e agencies administering unemployment compensation " 1 Banks Show Rapid Growth A survey of changes in assets and deposits of insured commercial banks in Arkansas from 1936 to 1946 was contained in the Bui- letin. It reported: "From December, 1936, to December, 1946. the total assets of insured commercial banks in Ark- "The wishes of the family will be the determining factor," Cotemar said- Standard white-marble marker: will designate each grave—a cros. for Christians and the Star David for Jews. Supreme Court Refuses To Review Sedition Case rcase of 310 per cent. During the ~ ie period, the assets of in red commercial banks in WASHINGTON. Nov. 25. (UP) — The Supreme Court yesterday again refused to intervene in the sedi lion conviction against William ,„ the Dudley Pelley, former Silver Shir States rose from S56.200,- j leader, and his sentence to a 15-yca 000000 to $1*7,400,000.000. and in- j prison term, crease of 162 per cent. From 1036 ! Pelley through 1940, total assets of Arkansas commercial banks changed at approximately the same rotes as the assets of banks in the coun- i try as a whole. Since 1941, however, the rate of increase has Wen much higher in the state than In the nation." One out of every six persons in the United States Is physically handicapped, according to survey. has served five years the sentence, mostly in the Distric of Columbia jail. He was moved here for the government's mass sedition trial during the war. : Pelley claimed he could not gei any court, either in Washington or at the location of the original trial in Indianapolis, to accept jurisdiction of his challenge to the conviction. The Supreme Court previously refused to review the case on Oct. 27. \Vfestinghouse ELECTRIC COMFORTER with the Aufomarrc Wofchman Conlrof A most glamorous gift for your favorite gtau. :ur girl—your wife, mother, sister or mint I This superbly beautiful, completely automatic Electric Comforter will let her sleep in constant, even warmth—just the decree she liVea best—no matter how the thermometer zooms down. Just one lifcht\vcifcht bcdcovcring, instead of a mound of heavy, tiring blankets. Painstaking WcEtinghouse construction throughout. Simply plug into any A-C outlet, set the control and the Autoinatic \Vatcbman docs the rest. Cover of soft, smooth, The rayon satin shell zip* gleaming rayon satin iti off for dry cleaning. 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