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August 5, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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TUESDAY, AUGUSTS, 1!M7 BLTTHEVILIA (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVBN Super-Highways To Cross Nation PRA Discloses Plan But Building to Take Nearly Twenty Years WASHINGTON. 'All','. 5. (UP)-Americans can look lorv.:inl to feeing their country in the fiiunc from 37,681 miles of four-bine "dream" highways withunl ihe conlusion ot traffic siv.uls. 'Hut it will be 15 to 2o v«'>'s Ironi now. Th:a is I lie imie ilie Public 'Rands Administration o.sii- males it will l:iki> to criss-cross the nation with a network of MI- pci highways. The multi-billion clol'ar pro- prniu was announced by the J'UA over the week-end. The co.«l will l» shared equally by tiio stales and the federal ^overnnient. The 37.C81 miles of road will Ije built under the federal aid liioh- way M'l of 1044. Under that law. S1.5CO.o:oo:o in federal funds was set aside as the government's contribution to a 53.0CO.CCS.OCO postwir construction program. The PRA promised molorisis lhat the highway network will offer direct, and easy access from •tuy section of the country to any other section pver the most modern roads possible. In addition every effort will lie made to holii down cross traffic and Iraiflr lights. Each lane will he 12 feet, wide and will be surfaced with concrete or high-grade asphalt, mixture.Tin lour-lane highways will he con strutted wherever irnffic is great er than SOa vehicles in peak ;iouis The highways will touch prnc. tically every major cily in tin United Stales. In many of ih. largest, the expressways will eiih er be deiessed or elevated to per mit through travel at avev;!^ speeds of 35 to 45 miles per hoiii The F11A isn't announcing th exact location of the super-dupe roads because it fears ;>ropcri values along the rights of AH might skyrocket. But it said that the new pattern will follow generally the president federal road system, (The program is the result of three years of planning by state and national officials. The" routes were selected by local governments but all had to have the approval of the FRA. Many of the states have already selected street routes through their principal cities but the PHA lias deferred action on these recommendations. The administration explained that it wanted an entire integrated system laid out before reaching a decision. Toft Works on Speech U. S. Senator Robert A. Tafl o! Ohio, as he worked on a speech \\lucl ic gave in Colmnbus, Ohio. Oliio's GOP forces arc openly biii)|wrtiiig Taft as tlicir "favoriic son" Ciuulidutc. Have you ever seen anyone leave par! of a GRAPE1TE? Marsha/' To Address United Nations Assembly WASHINGTON/AUR. T>. lUl't — Secretary of fitato George C. Mat- .shifll plans U> m;»ke :i major address to the United Nntions General Assembly during the opening days of th;il body'.s .session in September. Slate Department .spokesman Michael J. McDermntl .said today thai this is the only .speech M.tr- thtVll hsi.s planned aside from those: he will make ;is ehairmtm or the American Delegation lt> OJG Intcr- American Coiitevence in KLo He Janeiro. Mar.shall and olher U. .S. lop delegates probably will leave Inr Rio Tuesday or Wetlnr-sday ol next week. The conference begins Aug. Cumberland University to Celebrate 100th Birthday LEBANON, l>nii., Au(?. 5. (UIM - -Robert S. Kerr. foi nit-r governor of Oklahoma, will bo tlie principnt speaker tit thr centennu-.l crlobra- tion of the Cumberland Ujiiverssiy School of La-A- Oct. 1-2. The school opened Oct. 1, 1S47. Its gradual os have iiK'hukd U mcr U. S. Secretary of Stutc C;>r- dell Tfnll, two U. S. supreme cnur justices, 44 stale supreme irou Judges, and 15 U, S. senators, Editors Schedule Return HONOLULU, Auy. 5. (UP) Trn Aniericiui ' newspaper editors arid publishers arc .scheduled to Ir.ive lor the United States abnnrt! an Air Transport Command phme Thursday inovnitiK. Tlicy arrived here Sunday. VvVOL Two "Years Head Courier News Waal Ads. Clements Leads In Kentucky Party Election 3.OUlSVn,bE, Ky.. Aug. 5. (UP) —Nominees for c.overnor of Ken- uoXy were yet to be detiTinlni'd odny—although U. S. Uei) Knrle 3. C'.oment.s who beiran his pu- 22.0CO vole margin over Harry Lcc 11 lea I career as a sheriff held a Widerllcld In the Dcmonnuc. con- cst. In the Republican race. Siato Attorney General Eldoi- K. Dummit icld a 10.000 vote lead ovci his ;'osest opposition, [lie adinini'jtra- :ion-sii|]pnrlecl candidate. John Fred WlUiimis. -stale superintendent, of public Instruction. Counting of ballols eust in the primaries Saturdny resumed tivl and counties hoped to have most cUiriis tabulated by mid-day tomorrow 1 . The lengthy ballot .slowed tab illation and further delay was caused by Saturday night wind nml rainstorms in the Kaslern Central and Southeastern comities, whl'h dlsruiited eoimnnnic;itlon'i. 'An unofficial Untied Press tabulation of 2.Cfl'j of the sUto's 045 precincts gave Clements 03.«9 votes; Walertleld 70HIV, am Robcrl LPO Mnrjiiiy. I.exinr-.lon attorney. U.'J5a. The same number gnve Dummi 31.147; Williams 21.403. nud lh< third COP candidate, Jesse Knox Frankfort, 1,350. •Read Courier News Want Ads. Halts Phone Rate Hike JACK8ON, Tcnn., AUK fl, (Ul" -Supreme Court Jusllce Alan M. 'rcv\lll toituy over-rode « chancery oui-l decision which had hiked lel- rphoiu' rates Ihruughout Teimessee in average of more (him Hi per •cut last Thursday midnight. Clayton Arrives in Paris 'f'A'SIS, Aug. S. (U.l 1 .)— Wlllllil.l Clayton, ti. 3. Undersea clnry of iSlale, arrived yesterday frojn Or- nevii fov llnee days conference with I/owls Doui:!as, Aim-iKan :un- biissador lo London ami Jeffcis'in Cutlery, U. S. envoy licre. IMiiyor MahiT Ste|>s l>(iwn •AM/UN, Knn. (UP)—Ills Honor, tin' Mayor, Is Just Mr. Mahcr now. Mayor Mihlrer, \vlu> held I lie Job ill this .small Kansas town for .veins, lais rellrrd fioin olllre. Concrete Culvert-til* IH.-I < I thai C» I'll Hl/cs ID" Co M" iforreil <ir Nnn-Rrlnfor««d) r-uprr uml l.iHixrr l<afttlnff ;<ny utlirr Hrldge Material. ni'relr units Inr Sanitary </— Concrete Septic T»nki, AH Work Done IJy lined Bleu | Fitzpatrick Jewelry Store £. It lakes only H minules lo OUCH i\\\ acconni »!>"•!'*!"•'>; vy '*"*"»•>;>' >"»'>•;•"»'>;'*"*;'•"»"••>"*;>>"*' •»:••• '*"«•*'*"••'*•'*"• '*•>:'*'>"« i GHAPETTE has a flavor you enjoy ANYTIME. thirsty or nol! Carol (inllo. wlin bn^ br-on pirkcd lip by Bn:,l(in Ml!ll;ny I'olicc nmi cliarccd ivilli lieiav. AWOI, from (lie WAC: Corps f-)r I he past two years. iNKA Tclcphoto.i Notice Due to the sudden de-control of sugar, we need aH surplus Coca-Cola bottles and cases you may have around your home. If not convenient to return them to our plant for your deposit refund, please phone us and we will send for them. Phone 2047 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. HOME FOR THE AGED Bill's retired And he's only six months old! Yes, the Treasury Department says the avenige dollar bill holds up only about half a. year before it goes lo pieces! But any housewife can fell you the li(c cxpet'l.uu-y of a greenback is even shorter ilian that. When a dollar goes to market.nowadays, it lasts hardly any time al all— ?nd seems to buy less and less of everything! . Everything but electricity, that is! Because the service you get for your electric dollar is just about the biggest bargain in yoi.ii- budget. If yours is an average, family, that dollar buys you twice as much electricity as it did 20 years ago! Break it down into terms of service, and th.il little greenback lasts a long while. 11 can run a radio for 100 evenings—or do your family wash 50 times—or 'lell you the correct time for more than a year and a half! It'll even •vacuum clean 600 rugs—or brew you aooo cups of coffee! No matter what service you want it to perform for you, that electric dollar has a very long life, indeed! Lilttn in the Summer Electric Ilmir with Wocdy Herman and Peytjy Lfc ami Dare Barbottr's Orchestra, Sundays, 4:10 P.M., EOT, CBS. A. H. Webb llwy. fit N. ;il Klatr Line riiotic Kljlhpvllle 711 ••••••CO. For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop Farm Wiring House Wiring Motor Repairs Appliance Installation n<W N. Fifth Bt. Hlylhevllle, Ark. • • ,Q REPAIR O} T tm tin) wiinli! f;unlly'.s hhuo* •u.sls IhiiiiiKli Mm yc:tr — by krcji-* nj- Iliciu \t\ RiHiiL rt-p:iir wfUi our* Inn u-f)rl(in;nis1ilp :uui tont;h» Hiiillly iiufrrliils. Whllu-ymi-* \\:\H In-cl LI nit (l|» ri»]il;ici!inriil* mil slMnrs. * HALTER'S Quality Shoe Shop Good Used Furniture Is Found at JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 T.. Main ttfl Pride & Usrey GENERAL CONTRACTORS Excavations and Backfills Phone 517 Highway 18 West at Pride Addition I '*t ! i BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NQRTH TENTH Phone 3151 ?ARBlOPOWERCa ft's OitrBusintss toSfrr* %* _ FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12 -,48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO: We Deliver IMione GDI If blue Monday plagues you on Sunday, call 474-475 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS Day Phono 3371 Night Phone 2527 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances 117 So. Second HI. Blythcville, Ark. Ksfininfo.s Gladly (ilvcn fOK REAL MERCURY $CRVIC£ ALWAYS $££ YOUR Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer I'lioiic IlITi) Hlylhcville Ark. 112 Walnut St. KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 'Th« Old G. O. 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