The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 26, 1947 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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PAGB FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Fuel, Oil Saving Moves Launched I ' Shortages Certain • Before Winter Ends, Officials Declare WASHINGTON, Nov. 26. UP)— The fbvernmcnt moved forward today with emergency steps to con- ttryt'-'luel oil, conl, gasoline and natural gas In thk face of almost certain winters shorlages. An Initial step In Hie program, II was-learned, will be an early appeal to the public to adopt Ihc voluntary oil and gasoline conservation measures that- preceded eov- ernment controls early In World War II. Acting Secretary of Interior Oscar L. Chapman already ha.s asked congress lo give President Truman, "standby" powers to control both distribution and price of coal and j petroleum products. He nald the situation on both fuels was "explosive in the present Inflationary atmosphere." At leasb spot shortages also were In store for natural gas consumers. The Federal Power Commission lo- day authorized Panhandle Eastern Pipeline company to curtail gas: deliveries lo 50 distributors In six i states when such acjlon Is necessary 1 '•j assure equitable supplies to nil customers. The order aflccled companies In Illinois. Indiana, Ohio. Missouri, Kansas and Texas. Other government agencies have starled pressuring Individual pelro- leum companies to allocate nil and gasoline supplies lo customers on Ihe basis o[ need. Almost hall the industry has agreed, a government spokesman said. Under thc voluntary program being planned by the Inlerior Department, the spokesman said, consumers will be asked to use less oil and gasoline, cut down on their heating and slop unnecessary driv- Burial Kites Scheduled Here for James A. Bass James A. Bass, former Mississippi Counly office-holder and superintendent of the Arkansas Negro Boys Industrial School <U Wrlghlsville, was scheduled to bc burled here flt 3 p.m. today following servcles at Cobb Funeral Home chapel. Mr. Bass, 62, died early yesterday in his home. Burial was to be in Elmwootl Cemetery with the Rev. Hay L. Mc- Lesler, pastor of Yarbro and Promised Land Methodist Churches, officiating. In Little nock ycslei'day, Gov, Ben Laney said lie and his stall were shocked at Mr. nass' death. "We regret very much to lose him In this position and we extend our sympalhy to his family in lliis liaglc'hour," Governor I.aney said. Services for Mr. Bass also were conducted at 9 o'clock tills morning at Drummond Funeral Home chapel in Little Hock. From 1917 through 1928. Mr. llass, who was born and reared In Blythc- villc, served two terms in each of the offices of county assessor, county clerk and sheriff. He had been superintendent of tiie Negro reformatory lor the past 10 years. Lee Wilson Interests Buy Jonesboro Concern Food Costs High in France, Supply Limited, Blytheville Woman Reports "Food costs arc high and+—- rooa cosis me very nign HUUT • -supplies nr e very limited Iji Park"., Christian fundamentals, will be tn- Mrs. Henri nuliot said loday after nlghl's topic of (he nev. John w. c|ir (i Evcw arriving here with her infnnt daughter, Lllllc Janne, to spend an extended visit with tier parents, Mi, and Mrs. J. E. Ncal al Yarbro Mr'. Duhot will arrive later from New York. Mrs. Duhol, Ihc former Miss Eldora Ncal, became thc bride of Henri Duhot, .June 30, 1046, climaxing a couitshlp which begpn In Trance when she was slatloncd there wilh the Women's Army O'm-p. Mrs. Dutool, who has been In the States since April, said that she likes Krance very much bill. -pi. n i.,, n .,..«.,!,,.., eventually hopes to iiinke her Home j v ^ ™? » c , ™ s .Y"" '" " In Ihe United- States, however, l*^, ™A .'Ch: ,s h sTllli r ,-u since Mr. nuhot Is inler-nalional [."1"}, n , |k ° ,™ '* sl " cllllM salesman (or Kingston Chemical I " */."" , a , lk '. " bc «»» to '>'o'Tn Co., and coiiseciucntlv '"» in „,„! "'Slit, will be "Man is btill Man." YARDS, Nov. 20 (UP) — (USHAI — Uvcstock: Hogs 1.40J, salable 800: market generally steady with average Monday In clean up trading, with bulk good and choice 160 to 300 ibs, 25.25; ...„ ,..,..„ „. ...^ . t v>. uunii >¥, limited numbers of choice up lo 25.50 Fryc, Houthern regional evangelist I the top; 1150 to 170 Ibs. 24 50-25; 130 for Ihc Disciples of Christ, who is | to 150 Ibs. 22-2-1.25; 100 to 120 Ibs. conducting a two-weeks revival nl i 10-21.25; bulk of sows 24-24.75' few " ~ ' lic.-rvlcs 23,15. Stags 17-21. . C.itllc 1,100, salable, io.O; calves the First Christian Church. The (hcrnes that "ilie church of ir clay Is not. Die church of cailv sw i'estnment times, but Is the personification of the Christ of today," and that "the church is m»i In the world lo solve the problems <il the world, but' to help mai WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 194T 200. nil salable, Fresh receipts ol cattle limited and trading brisk on Ihesc, with prices unevenly und In some instances sharply higher tlmn last Friday or Monday'* sclllni: basis. A few loaits and lots of mostly medium flashed stein unsold. Most medium fleshed hellers ami mixed yearlings 11.50-23; odds anil ends of medium to good 2*-26; * lew good cows 17-18.50; common ami medium beef cows 14-1650; canners and cutlers 10.90-13. come those problems," will be velopcd by the Rev. Mr. Frye al Hie services which begin each night al Co., and conscrmcntlv not In the " . S > n "' States for any Icustli of lime, she! *"'"• Fr ? e ' wl '° ls thc '<•»'!«• «' doesn't know when this will be concreKiUimial sinRing during ihe possible. ' , I 'neeting, will sing "An Evening Ark of M!C bceo purchased at a foreclosure sale by .Jim Grain, manager of the Lee Wli.son Company Interests at Wilson. The sale price was $51.425. The sale In chancery court 'was lo satisfy R judgment held by the Fir*I National Bank of Memphis. Tlio sale, held by Receiver H. J. Bo^er, included the company's real estair, buildings, sawmill, miichin ci-y and charcoal ovens. CONTROLS Continued frnm 1. handle food, the Inlerior Department, [ucls, and the commerce Department, other materials ,<ind pro- .ducts. Albert LeFerney Dies; Victim of Heart Attack Will LaFcrney will attend the funeral services of his brother, Albert LaFcrney. which will be held this ailernoon at the Portagcvlllc Funeral Home in Portagcvillc. Mo. Albert LaFcrney suffered a heart attack yesterday while working and died In an ambulance coroule lo possible. , They plan to go to Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, and South America next year, but Mrs. Dulint says, "There's no place like home." Lillie Jamie, who was born Oct. 17, at her uncle'.s hospital hi Smilhville, Tenn., can look forward but, Sin cd sta, her mothers' country, unless she] wishes lo change after reaching years of aijc. Prayer." by Gabriel, tonight; O. E. Knudsen will be guest soloist morrow night, Marriage License The following couples obla I'uie, Tenn., can took lor- ' . .«..~>....* L v..,,/iv.n uuirtun u lo a very mclrouollnn life, '»""''"BC licenses yesterday Jn die ice she was born In thc Unit- nttlce °< M »s Ell*abclh Blj-the, ,_ ,. .... . ... . rnnntv rl<*rk' Evangelist Discusses Christian fundamentals "The Church is still t[io Church," llilrd in a serlc.s of font talks on ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK county clerk. Vath D. Gencchtcn and Mrs Mable Mcinerl, both of Indianapolis, Intl. Jack Owen and Miss Pnnrtmia Whitivorth, both of Blytheville. Livestock COLUMBIA ItEWINO CO. ST. LOUIS d and here he is «urrtvcd by nMT rr'reSo,i h o f r lt»V iher ^ h ",\™ ai>ti ,,p s " r com B rehei!Sivc wartime control, i L " F «™y b" 11 ' <" Portagcvlllc. But he warned solemnly that "authority to carry out restricted priority and allocation controls is necessary. "Such controls would permit thc direction of materials 'for use In Victor W. McCoy Dies In CaruthersvHIe, Mo. Funeral Services for Victor W. meeting the most urgent and cri- Mn f°*' 67 '.f, <f™ ft"™'"' 15 ' M °" tltar needs' ol our domestic-eco- ™ " . bc , ncon ? uc . t ,' :U ^.^ ^"T* nomy In'order to combat Inflation "^ 2 ' 30 . al ,, Ulc ' Ilrsl |,,' Mc . thoc sl and also to cVin-y out our domestic ! chllrc " "' Can.thersvllte by thc foreign-policy" ' !{cv - Flt>J ' d Browcr . pastor. Burial Harriman said conlrols would bcl wln bc ln thc Llulc p ' alrlc Ccmc limited in character and apply only . tery. scarce commodities. Thc govern- | f> 1 r. McCoy, who died of a heart ment, he said, should have power i attack at his home Tuesday, had to order set asides, Issue priorities. | resided In CaruthersvHIe most ot his Issue limitation orders, control In- ] Hie. ventorles and allocate scarce ma- I He is survived by his wife. Mrs. terials. Nellie McCoy 01 Cajuthcrsviiie;a live >'"The . most important place In. sons, C. A. McCof of Wheeling, W. which this power can bc exercised is over steel," Harriman said. "I believe we r.ould direct a small proportion ol steel to thc most essential programs and reduce tl\e amount of steel going Into a lew less essential purposes." Harriman pledged government cooperation with industry in any program designed to tell businessmen, how they should use scarce materials. Va., Claude V. McCoy of Memphis. Charles' and Robert McCoy ot Ca- nithersvllle and Earl McCoy of Ix)5 Angeles, Calif; a daughter, Mrs. Hobcrl While of Glendale, Calif., and two brothers. Royal Honeymooners Depart for Scotland LONDON, Nov. 26. (UP)— Princess Eliiateth and Prince Philip, who decided to. leave their honeymoon house near Romsey because of curiosity seekers, left for London today «n route to Scotland for the second part of their wedding trip. .The new Duke and Duchess ol Edinburgh were expected to leave by train tonight lor' Scotland, where they will stay at Birkhall. one ol the royal lodges near Balmoral Castle. This afternoon they lunched with the King and Queen and Princess Margaret at Buckingham Palace. alcr fleeing from Poland lo escape arrcsl. ILLOW5TONE BOTTLED IN BOND It's KENTUCKY It's STRAIGHT It's BOURBON It's GREAT! Polish Refugee Lands At New York Airport NEW YORK. Nov. 28. (U.P.) — SUnislaw Mikolajczyk. refugee former leader of the Peasant Party In Poland, arrived at LaGuardia \ FSeld today. MUcolajczyk arrived by Pan- American Airlines from London. He reached Britain two weeks ago 100 1'itml Stun- Mn.ih AT YOUR PACKAGE STORE Al?n filark Label—9(1 Prnnf Barrett Hamilton, Inc. Dislribular. Uu! e Ruck. LAST NOTICE ON LEVEE TAXES Delinquent Date Dec. 1st Pay Now and Save Penalties and Costs Mrs. Lyn P. Gooch, Collector 107 Main St., Blytftcville, Ark. R MEM HER Thanksgiving at Grandma's; Remember thc lordly turkey, crisp and brown? Remember thc gravy, too good for a king — and the mountain of mashed potatoes, crowned by a crater of melted butter? Remember thc vegetables from Grandma's own preserve shelf —and thc flaky hot biscuits —and thc pumpkin pics heckled with nutmeg; RcmcmhcrThanksgiving at GVand- ma's; Getting that dinner was a giant's task. No watchful electric oven to in-own the bin! to toothsome perfection— no electric mixer to foam the imsluxl jwt-.uocs to airy lightness —no home frccxcr to capture thc green goodness ot vegetables at their flavor- [icak. No faithful electric clock to mark thc passing hours —no electric switch to Hood thc table with gay light — no washing machine to churn up puds tor thc damask cloth —no vacuum cleaner to whisk up crumbs. Yes, and no time-saving <>v*!waj.iicr, cither. Rcmeml'c-i-Tbanksgiviiig at Grandma's: Grandma remembers! Hew Shipment SMITHWAY 50 Gal. electric WATER HEATERS JUST KECftYto! See Us For Ail I'lumbins and Hc.'tfinir Needs JESSE PROVINCE Plumbing & Heating 127 Easl Vine Si. I'hone 271!) Phona 2054 W. H. (Bill) PEASE . Local Agent For llutlli Venellan Bllndi Master .MeUI tV»l\.>. Stripping "l,alo" All Melal Screens N'allunal Window Guirds Screen >)oor Grlllei Mule Hide Nu-Top Roofln^j |. Asphalt Tile f Kock Wool Insutall«n —Free Estlmales— TUDEB AKE RS CHAMBLIN SALES CO. £ Sales * STUDEBAKER * Service ATTENTION, STUDEBAKKR OWNERS: Drive by for a free check on your cltmatiwr Healer and •Q J(j A Defroster. Be prepared for winter. ......................... A good selection of new and used trucks. Also, a number J£ of late model usfd cars ... all guaranteed! •p Railroad and Ash Slreett ^ (>ex Chamblin Dial 2195 Bill Chamblin O STUD EB AKE RS . Listen to Ihc Elcunt Huur -the HOUR Of CHARM. iVw/r/,.-,,, +•& I'. M., EST, OiS, ARK-MO. POWER CO. BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 FARM & LOANS Home Office, Newark, N. J. LONG TERM PROMPT CLO»1NC LOW RATE CALL. WRITE OR SEE RAY WORTH INGTON 115 S. Thlrif St., Blytheville, Ark, Serving This Section 35 Yrara Authorised Hlortaagf Loan Solicitor tor THE PRUDENTIAL ISStJRANCR COMPANY OP AMERICA ' "Maybe it's Hie latest thing, but I get better performance out of my old bus with the SEAY MOTORS overhaul!" Pride & Usrey General Contractors DIRT FOR SALE Phone 517 DON'T NEGLECT YOUR KIDNEYS Kidneys can Impair your health. They permit the accumulallon ot wastes that make you drowsy, achy, tirctl, Don't neglect your kidneys. Drink thr famous health walrr from Hot Spiinps, Ark., tliSl has been prescribed lor over 50 years. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Ark.

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