The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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TUESDAY, AUGtJST 10, 19-17 Accord Sought On Ausf rian Issue U.S. is Determined To Try to Agree With the Russians WASHINGTON. AU(J. 19. (UP>Ilie united stHies is dt'lcrmined .1" seek ii four-power nm-ement .on disposal of Gorman assets ill .Austria despite th ( , current • •hn- J)assi> wim the Soviet Union, it was learned niilhorllnttvrly todny. : Diplomatic officials said the re; turn of jpsiiph.NT. boilgc. American .member of the Special Austrian • lmily Cunuiiissiuu, in no way means that this government has .eivw, up hope O i setlliiV Hie troublesome- Issue.; notl'sc' is : scheduled to arrive her,- ihis weekend from Vienna for 'consultations w.lh State Department officials. •Hie special commission was rre- iiU'd by the forrii;,) ministers o! ","-,,«•• I! ''^'»>. France. : ,,,d ussi.i at M O sc< w ihi.s cpn,,,, af _ er they failed t () ,o h ,. the W n< ... assets problem, since M.iy. .tin. commission has down over ••p.Wdiii Fly Through Hurricane (AUK.) couniRn NEWS Koccni, Soviet acliou i II « valuable i,,| )llu Oil Refinery '1)101,1 notice to the ,, (1 , OJ . lhrt > c ove.s wan saic! bv (lfru . j;lts to ave further complicated the ,„,„- rns, ions work. The u. a and "' Americ i' firm was an Aivlc- «n interest and no t a for- 'LTinan asset. the long, untirociuetive si'tmg, Russia has clai botJi sides adhrnue ri.r those position" m e' hop ovember over ,»,eir ch,,s as they ciMin-tor; Ca 1)t . joe „. c , Ueorge C. ic«.,,|.| ns . w .p ll ChrUU, Texas' T-Sot wil plot ,apman. l , New co,e r AtianU. ,,c iiot- • ck k inon ,, » , " , f ; la '"° 3 Mpll "'»'- '"""» "' ^ N ^''^""'' «'»'"!: 1-L- ^ A. Mole. 2ml Navlgiitor. Corpus Pemiscot Farm Projects Open For inspection CARUTHERSVILLE. MO.. Al,g U. — A number of Pemiscot Ctusn- y farmers and liome makers m^ ann,,,.; , 0 attuml thc ,„,.„;• •»- iukl rn r "V" 8 ricltl ""y lom - 'o to «B (o M ; ly \ ^"^ iy ' ncco « l - ens m, Ainburgey. comity C S- lension agent. Tlie tour v:ill include v,sit s at the farm homes and farms, of Oscar CottrellI L v Jones and Archie Joiner, of' the Pascola community. The idea of the'tour is to show he nnproved living conditions i°, KIcased income, and better farn- iK procedurrs these families 1 ave obtanied under "balanced farmi," " at'the T 1 IV11 " ."og"'»t l-»'o o'clock *). toe. farm, home - of. Mr.: Cutti-11 two iniles . northwest of Pascol ' Mr. Amburgev said .iscoi.i. Homer, Barnes Favored To Win 4-Ball Golf Meet BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. AUK 19 (UP) -- George Hnmer andiTomm'y Barnes were hot Georgia favorites today to win the nmnml Somhc , n , Stales four-kali go lf tr.nrney as Gets Pakistan Post Texaco Gasoline Dealer Reports Prices Increase A Ulylheville dealer for Tc.wo oil products loday informed the Courler NeUs I hat nn announcement yesterday thai two oil qom- panics hud not raised the price of Ba.soline to distributors was In error. Thc nnnoimcemeiiL made by a representative of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey Indicated thai .Standard and Texaco had not increased prices l<> 'dealers in this area. Te.xaco has increased puces onn- l.alf cent per giillnn on irasoline. it. was said today by a Texaco dealer who explained that yesterdays erroneous statement litul caused considerable confusion. - Nearly. $100,000 Embereled in 18 Years by Cashier P4GE , Aug. 19. (UP) he 1-m today told the story of si •H-mr-uld bank cashlor who lurn- <u cmbciwllny inlo n fine art, llushleu A. doll of Dover. Del manned to make uwny with close '» $100,000 over n period of 18 Join's, ami it was only while uwny «ji ( vui'iiiioii I hut lie was iomid Hut he mimltlcd .sadly that he misiu a single penny to show for »'s Ifl-yoiir-sll'otch of llll-tanpln,.. '••ull l.s the falher of lliree chlld- "11 ami IOIIB resiwcled us assistant Uo • af - " lo r ' 1 "' lm ' 1 ' s "imk <>f I'Vili'nil ayenus seized him yesler- <'iiy as he returned from his viicn- iiun. Thi'y .said lu> r<;ndlly con, 'fsscd to havliiji stolen I he esai-l ••J'lm of $l)5,9!)l.aa between Iliai mid litto. '•'Ill ngenls qtioli'd the mhtdle- iip'il bank employe us siiying it !t)l iliirleil when he began ulnylim ilie M'H'k nuirket and \as\. "c luid lo. emberale more lo eov- l 'i; Ins earlier shorlaiies. lie s'uld. I'liinlly he broke tile finuviuhnit inbil two ycnvs a|;o bill It- was Ion late - . Hi,, (tamnye was oonr. oir Lament? Cra.Tley-Gmifh, »J, lias bc;n appointee! tho first niL'li commissioner !o represent Great rjrilnin in i;, : new .^. mnnon of Pakistan, India A velcran eiiolomnl, lie has spent iv.ost of his career in t;, c Moslem countries c: l'.:a Wear East. WANTED EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER p osi , ion _ Good falm _ w . fh Apply in Person TOMORROW WATCHES FOR MEN and WOMEN All four slyles feature smart styling and lasltng nccurale movements. Here's your chance lo own a smart new watch at a wonderful low Bus Fares Increased By Little Rock Council •UITTLE RGCK. Ark., All)'. 10 (UP)-iBus riders of the Capital Ciiy looked forward today to a rise in fares, following approval of the In- ci'cnse last 'nlglif by -the' City Od.m- cil. The council approved a 25-ye.ir extension ol the Capital Tnuispnr- lation Company's franchise and placed its stamp of approval on an "emergency" fair hike fioai six to eighl cenLs or two tokens fnr 15 cents. C. •Hamilton aioses., spokesman Sir thc transit firm, said llic fan; increase probably will be effccliva Aug. 26 and will continue six nionlhs or until Ihe Arkansas Public rtcr- vice Commission can in'.c on what is a "reasonable" return on the cc.rjrmny'.s investment. Moses said the transit company will begin immediately its work on converting from street cars in trackless trolleys anil buses. The new franchise ordinance, if and when signed by Major Sam WHS- sell, bjcomcs cffeclive in 30 <!:ivs. II is Ihe secon dsnch ordinance passed by Ihe council. The first was defeated by a referendum vote of thc people. Agri Attachments For Jeeps to Be Demonstrated A cninvan of approximately 15 J''i.'l«. fully equipped wltli a c»nr- i'lc'ic- line or agrluulluriii and In- "iislrlnl equlimienl innnnfncliifi'd by the Wlllys-Ovciltvnd Motors o' •IViledo, Ohio, will be on dlspiny at the Enst end of Main Slreo'l near the city limits tomorrow af- lernoon at 5 ' o'clock, - It- was nn- tiounceil to<tny by l'htlli|> Dobtnson, tnuiiiiucr of the Dlythevtlle Willys Company lodny. County mid city officials, farm leaders, planters, ylimlalkm owners members of- Die 4-1! Clubs and Future Farmers of America and the general public, tire invited lo attend Ibe demonstration, Mr. llo- binson snid. Lt'iidliU! the cni'iivnti will be Jer|> | fli'c engine which will since a se• pcrate dcnionslratlon at Walker Park following UIK ngrlciilliirnl cK>- monslridion. Mr. Robinson snlil. Inelude<l In the caravan will be jeeps bcni'liiis ngriciilliiml ntliich- ments such as one 10-foot combine, a tnnilem disc, a Imrro.v. a mowing machine, two bottom plows, hay baler, post hole digger, nnd a buz/ saw. The DeWltl Clinton high school . for boys. New York. Is Ihe largest I high school In America, with nn | enrollment of over 10.CGO. • i I 'Ninety per cent o; the milk sold j in Ahierioan .cilies.ls pnsumrlMHl.,; .. GET SET FOR WINTER.., : • . N • S ' < - ' ' . ; There's no qucsHon about iH Now is the time to be thinking obo;it having thosb water pipes checked in. and around the home . . . and you'll take those early icy blasts of winter in stride. Blytheville Water Co. BERNARD ALLEN, Huuc«r v " Water lit Your Cheapest play entered the quarter-finals. Thc smooth-working Hamer and Barnes downed Ihe Arkansas entry of Richard Smart and John nii- zick n and 8. The winners were nine under par when the match ended. Growing Up Princess Margaret Rose ot Grent Britain poses for photographers in Buckingham Palace for her 17lh birthday picture. A more sophisticated hair style marks Iho occasion. LINCOLN AND MERCURY SERVICE To Lincoln and Mercury owners in this area we offer the advantages of modern service facilities . ,'^die latest in. precision equipment . , . ^ mechanics trained in the best service methods. Put these all together, they mean faster, better service for Lincoln and Mercury owners , . . . service that saves you time and money! When the time comes for a regular check-up for your Lincoln or Mercury motor car, remember— tijm^, when you think of service, think of us! STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. • 4*9* Phone 3479 i 112 Walnut Sf. ' IT'S OUR WAY OF MAXIMO FRIIKDS

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