The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1947 · Page 6
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tax HYTItETlLLB fARX-T OQtntm KSWf WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 194T Farm Equipment Policy Studied Manufacturer Sees Danger in Sending Toe Much Abroad MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dec. 10. (UP) —American j»rm equipment mon today blasted a\ "fantastic" President Truman's reported export goal for European relief under the Marshall plan. Georg« L. Gillette of Minneapolis. MJnn., vice president and general ules manager of the Mlnneapolls- Moline Power Implement Co., said that view did not, mean Implement men were not in sympathy with foreign nee,ds. "The American farm equipment industry and the farmer, white recognizing the need of aiding Europe," Gillette said, "want scarce agricultural machinery shipped only to those places abroad where it e*n |et the desired results." But the lormer director o! the farm machinery division of the < War Production Board said that to meet the Marshall plan goal, one- I third of all American farm machinery production would have to | be serit abroad for the next three | ' or four years, whereas normal exports have run only about nine to JJ per cent, "The American farmer wouldn't like that kind of a deal." Gillette added. "Let's hope none of the machinery will be left to rust on the beachu in unopened crates, but instead help produce food In Europe 10 we won't have to send so much food over there." Gillette made his statement* before the opening session of the annual MidSouth rarm Equipment AMoeiatibn convention. Another speaker, Earl G. Becker c{ St. Louis, representative of the National Retail Farm Equipment Asaoolitlon. said, that "we don't •want tractors and other machinery- sent over and then not used be- eause of a lack of fuel,'' Becker pointed out that a shortage of fuel might leave tractors and other power equipment idle in European fields, where horse-drawn equipment could be used to better advantage without upsetting the American economy. Gillette agreed with that view, but added: ' "I understand that in many places they would be unable to use thli horsedrawn equipment ^because thev have eaten the horses." TV A Spending Policy Data Is Requested WASHINGTON, Dec. 10. (V.P.I —The Senate Appropriations Oom- mlttee today asked the Tenneisec Valley Authority to explain the diversion of »2.000,000 of dam construction and chemical plant funds to resources development projects Gordon R. Clapp, the Authority's chairman, was summoned to appear Tuesday before a subcommittee headed by Sen. Homer Ferguson, R., Mich. j He said the committee wanted to know the full reason for the "use of money on other than the specific items for which congress appro printed it." He said the Authority apparently had misinterpreted the usual language of appropriations leRlslatlon which says that an amount is 'not to exceed" so much for specific purpose. A member of the committee staff said the Authority had allocated only $2,243,479 tor construction ! work on the South Holston and Walauga Dams during the fiscal r year ending next June 30. -Con' gross appropriated $3,253.479 lor | them. The Government Electrical Pow er . Agency had allocated to 1U chemical plant only «3,242.000 of a $5,000,000 appropriation, he said. However, the Authority had allocated JS.404,000 for resources development projects, although the appropriation had been only J3.- 328,500. Resources development Includes fertiliser research, parks, fish and wildlife project*. Student Flier's Stunt Fails to Impress Officials MAMMOTH srfUNG.Ark., Dec. 10 (UP)—Grover Nickels, 35-ye»r- old flight trainee from Humansvllle, Mo., who kept. Missouri »nd Arkin- tti police on edge for itfore than nine hours Monday, has been taken to « Veterans Hospital »t Memphis, Tenn. Relatives said he "acted erratically" during visits to their home. Nickels moved Into the spotlight Monday when »n apparent aulclde note was found In his car after he took ofl from a Kansas City, Mo., airfield on what apparently was a routine IllgM. Bill Blunders, his instructor, said It was la be Nickels last solo prior to graduation from Illght school. The note WHS written to he youth's former wife, Maggie. When Nickels failed to return to the airport police were notified Nothing was heard and It was as sumcd he had crashed the plane In a suicide attempt. Then he ap peared over Humansvllle, where hi dropped * note to a friend, circlet and flew off. Lute Monday he flew over Mam moth Sprint;, giving a spectacuta stunting exhibition before landln ftl a ntarVby airport.' He had sup l>er at the home of relatives and let n—this time In a rented taxi Water System Bonds Okayed In Texarkana TEXAflKANA, Dec. 10 (UP) — The voters of Texarkana Texas and Arkansas yesterday favored muni- clpaPownershlp of their water »ys- tem by a vote of four to one in corrcleated elections. Property owners voted by a heavy majority to Issue revenue bearing Donds totaling 45,375,000 to finance th« purclias* of,the present water system or to build a new one. A part of the money also would be used to improve the present sewer system. ' A total of 4,385 votes were cast. Sentence Suspended In Liquor Theft Caie TEXARKANA, Otf. 10. (UP) — Jasper V. Cox, S5, of Hobart, Okla., is fr»e today after receiving a one-year »uspended wnlence In Miller County Circuit Court yesterday on a charge of ateallng 13,500 worth of liquor near Shreveport last October. The slstt charted that Cox and two other men held up John H. Baxter of Oklahoma and removed Die liquor from his truck, cox was arrested ten miles south of Texarkana while driving his own truck loaded with 58 caws of liquor. Baxter Identified the whiskey as having been stolen from him earlier. Marine life in the once radioactive waters of atom-bound Bikini Lagoon is apparently back to normal, with no discernible pros pect of fission-produced monstrosities. cab. He was intercepted and questioned by oflceri at West Plains, Mo., but was allowed to return here—where he said he had no recollection .of his high Jinks. * "I Just don't remember a thing. Nickels said. "I had two drinks with a stranger In Kansas City and after - that everything Is a blank." Veterans Organize i RUSSELLVILLE. Ark., Dec. 10 (UP) — War veterans will mcc here Jan. 30 to select a name for the newly organized RusseHville post No. 28 or the American Vet trans of World War II. The post will be named for two Riueellville service men killed during 'the war with the names cho«n hy lot, Temporary commander of.,, the new post Is Robert A. Lane. Hid Special UK- Originally, the towel was used i Luxora Newt Mrs. Maxine Crawford hu arrived from Anchorage, Alaska, for an extended visit with her son, Clarence P. Crawford, Mra craw- ford and her parent:, Mr. and Mrs. 3. J. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. A. Liverant have i their guests Mrs. Liverant'c fittler-in-law, Mrs. Solomon Liverant and son, Morlo, of Mexico City, Mexico They also had u their guest over the weekend their daughter. Miss Prances Liverant of Richmond Height*, Mo., and Sheldon Lending of University City. Mo, Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Cady left Monday afternoon lor Rogers, where they will attend the funeral of Mr. Cady's grandmother, Mrs Krus*. who died early Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Calvert were the Sunday guests of their daughter, Mias Christine Calvert, and Miss Oretchen Barnes and Miss Emma Lee Kennamer in their home at the home . economics cottage. Mr. and Mrs. c B. Wood Jr.. and son. C. B: III,' were guest* of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Butler at a pheasant dinner at their", home in Oeceola. Saturday night. Mrs. Elizabeth Silliman U leaving tomorrow for Augusta, Ga.. to visit her daughter, Mrs. L. O. Todd, and Mr. Todd until after the Christmas holidays. {Christmas Trees \ Holly & Mistletoe j Cedars — Any Siie • ^Special Prices to Business Firms, J ^ Churches and Schools iP/oce Your Order Now! Morelcmd's \ MUSIC STORE \ fPhone 4222 315 So. Znd : rough . Turkish towel or head kerchief by only ceremonial I distinguished guests and nobility. Economy-Rule Endangers U.S. Security •WASHINGTON, Dec. 10 <UP>— A house armed services subcommittee today urged an Immediate study • on the need for shiftine, scattering or remodeling U. S. military tmsns "because of modern strategic considerations." •- The subcommittee, concerned ov the effects ol atomic weapons, sug- jested that the full armed services committee recommend such ft studs te Dettnse Storetary James Torres- tal. In a report on an Investigation of bases In the San Francisco Bay area, members Indicated Iheir belief that the Army and Navy-ma} bt bypassing* strategic defense measure* because of a desire to save money. "We surmised that considerations of economy now are govcring—to perhaps too great an extent—the strategic plans ol the Army and Navy," the report said. "It requires no great Imagination to picture the destruction of many of our most important installations 'A" for Boldness BRISTOL. Va., Dec. 10. (U.P.)— ;Thl« thief ROt "A" 'for boldness. He stole Patrolman Andrew Kristofek's automobile from the parking lot in front of the jail. Suspect Held for Ohioans HOT. SPRINGS, Ark.. Dec. 10. (UP) — Ohio officials were en- rout-e here today to seek custody ot Elmer Cornutl. who has been sought by Cincinnati officers for j questioning In the death of Tho| mas Wilson, a cripple who operat- i ed a cafe there. The 21-year-old Cornutt was arrested yesterday by Detectives Ernest Dodd and Ernest Walker. Dodd said Cornutt offered no eslslance although a gun was ound under his pillow. f they are located, or permitted '.o cmaln where they nre, for reasons f economy rather than for stra- egio reasons." . v IT'S THE TOPS! C'OIUMBIA RREWINO CO. ST. LOUIS Naturally, you NOW want a tir* that will permit you to drivt as you .couldn't driv* during th» war. You "want to go mor« placea, travel f arlh- «r, harder anrt faster. That% why our factory—u a result cf ita experience in building • Uwuaand* upon thousands of mill- • tary tirt» for tha war—haa dealgned . and b\jilt thU tire especially to meet * your POSTWAR driving need*. Bahlnd thia Gatea POSTWAR Tire »r* over IV, Million Mllea of road taatlny, he*vily overloaded, and at a\atain«d apeedi of SO to «0 mile* per hour day after day alter day. It will be a. pleasure to ahow you thU New . . . RAYON CORD In Gotej Tfr«l liv'.M, t.w In ALL Track Tittt uid la iom* P*M«oe»r Ctr ILKI. You wUl k«T> II ta ALL G&1«« P«*i**9*r Cw •{!•• M WOOD u lh« lupp4y of t«yon cord pvmito. GATES TIRE : .. 4M UH raeord of i'ti performuic*. Gates Tires Carry An Unconditional 12 Mds. Road Hazard Guarantee! —DEMAND GATES TIRES— You'll Find Thtm A» 5 HELTON MOTOR 119WMtA*hSt. COMPANY Phone 4438 Concrete Tile Sewer Tile Sizes 4, * and 8 Inch Culvert Tile Sites 10, 12. 15, IS, Zl, 21; J» and 36 Inch A. H. WEBB Hwj. 61 at State Lin* Fhoni Bljthevllle 114 •SS IT'S TIME TO EAT ""RUSTIC INN New Hours: 11 a.m. til 12 p.m Try Us For Fine Foods! * NEW * and Used Electric MOTORS Suited to any use. Come in 1/30 to l'/ z horse power sizes. Supply Is Not Unlimited MedlinS Lane ELECTRIC COMPANY 129 S. First Phone 2180 V * V RADIO REPAIR 1 AND 3 DAY SERVICE OS ANY MAKE OR MODEL. RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Radl« Sales and Service 106 South First St. FOR ELECTRIC WORK *Cail 2397* —FOR— • Bob Powell • T. W. 'Hop' Neil We specialize in house wiring, farm wiring, mo- lor repair and appliance installation. BOB'S Electric 500 N. Fifth St. Blylheville, Ark. S H.P.* "SSA KING" OUTBOARD MOTOR 126 so . Here's a BIG twin, with plenty of zip and power!'!t drives average craft up to 10 niph. yet will slow- troll without a sputter! Thrifty too, runs 2 hours on one gallon of gas. Has FULL PIVOT RE- VKKSE, han'dy rewind starter, simplified controls. Starts easily! •O.I.C. Roh4 o» 4000 itm. Damp fee', as • resuil «* ihin Ihocs and so!«l. Invites bad ««M8 Proi«l your »nd your children's health by Veepinj •hoes in Kood repair See us. H-fl LTCRS QUflUITY SHOC SHOP 121 W. MflIN ST. FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 691 395 REG. 4.39 CHROME- KATED TOASTER Lower door* . . . bread reverses il-eK U> blown both ?irte?! Wood handles! SET OF SIX 9-OZ. J7 * DECORATED TUMBLERS 6 M Clear Rlass tumblers, with delightful floral decoration IhM Kon'l wash offl "BLUE ARROW" BASKETBALL 7 Rft /.oo 3-p!\, rubhcr covered! Will not scuff or rip. For play on any surface. Official «iie, wL COLORED, PYREX &OWL SET WHISU1NC TEAKBTTIE i> 16-PC. ELECTRIC DHILl SIT Sr\UI 13™ .^'-capacity. Vith Ivo 7-pc. drill set* in lizes from HWi'. For 110V, AC. SA.LH WHIM. SPINNIk 44 e For mining, baking; serving and storing. Blue, red, green and yellow Pyrox ho»l«. Modern stnwmlined design . .. ni nor-finish aluminum! Plastia whistle! COPPER LANTERN ' M«rin« itj-ling help* , beautify your porcn. Solid copper holder cannot Main walU. M.ikw wheel control fast and easier! Varicolored knob on chrome pUled base. "CHICAGO T-BEARS" FOOTBAll 4.88 Sole Endorsed by "Sii l.iicVman"! Official size, weight. Double lined cow-hide, cover! Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Phone 2043 1044 Chickasawha Phone 2054 W. H. (Bill) PEASE Local Agent For Hultif Venetian Blinds Alaster Metal Weather Stripping "Lain" All Metal Screen! National Window Guard! Screen Joor Grilles Mule Hide Nil-Top Roofing tapllall 'Ille Rock Wool Insulation — Free Estimates— Did You Say Service? Service is more than a word repeated, her* Lt NU-WA. Service to us mean? line CLEAN:NG AND LAUNDRY picked up and de- Ivered at your doorstep Service liere. mean' satisfaction to every customer It means that you can trust every garment to us and hav» them relumed spotless, unnarmcd and ready for Immediate use! Dial 4474-4475 For Onr Double Servlc* NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS 220 North Second Street Still & Young Motor Co. Phone 3479 Lincoln-Mercury Dealer BlJtheviH* Ark. 112 Walnut 9t

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