The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 4, 1947 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1947
Page 13
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THURSDAY, SKI'TKMIU'IK •!, 11M7 . Marshall Lauds Rio Defense Pact Secretary of Stare Says Whole World To Be Beneficiary WASHINGTON. Se|)t. 4. (UPl — Srircliiij ot State Georse C. Marshall .iaid yesterday Hie Intel-American defense treaty signed at jliio will be of great, importance to the world us well as to ihe Western Hemisphere. Marshall made '.IIP statement as lie stepped from President Truman's plane, the "-Independence," completing the final Ice ol tlic flight I roil i Rio. Mill-dial! was accompanied by Scnutr President Artluir H. Vun- ilcnbei-g and Warren U. Austin, U. S. delegate to the United Nations Security Council. "I would say I hat it was a highly success! ill conforence which i think will be of the -n-catcst, impo:'- lance not only hi the Western Meni- ispheie bat to the world at larye, 1 ' Marshall toic! waiting newsmen. "I lie cmtcume of the cojiferccu-e was possibly even higher than our Jirst nope. 1 -." VumlGiifccri; and Austin seconded Marshall's remarks. On hand i<> urec, Marshall were Unrtei.secretru-y of State liohert A. Liavctt, Attorney (Jjneral To:n Clack. Postmaster Ocneral Robert K. Haiincsaii and Assistant Secretary of Elate John E. I'curifoy. Vandentaeig told reporters that he believed the conference had .;et ior the world a;i example, of "el- leeiive unity and coopcrnlicn." -1 Uiink we hin-o yiven all the nations a dynamic nrsitcrn for i:c.i:o and security." he said. U was expected that Vamlenter:; • also will report on ihc conference • by radio ii; -A ciay or two. He and • Marshall may appear together. • Vandenbcrg uas asked oy repori,- ^k crs whether he would favor a spo- f dill session of Con?riTs to deal with • Europe's need for emergency eco• noinic aid • I have nothing to say about th:s —I'm going to get -.eorietncd first." he replied. Vandcnbei'; said he would remain in Washington ior about 10 days, instead of returning jinme- dialcly lo his Grand Ra,)ids, Mien., home. Later, Marshall. Vandenbcrg anrl Austin spoke briefly Ior tho newsreels. Marshall said the Rio conference had reached agreement promptly and "without serious differences." He repealed that the rc- snlis were importune ID "the Western Hemisphere and Ihe entire world." Two If By Night i!UTHKVIU,K (AUK.) COUR1KU An ordinance passed by Ihe town board of Hemn^t.,-,,1 N V ., .quires horses lo be outlined with niylu ImhN « 0 A| Si,.','„',i" equips Shorty for a Irhu nm . The steed j.-.n'l cntlnisiaslu- I' . • - ^ he is afraid be will I,,, mistake-,, for :in aulocnobile but II.,'.', 1 .;' • lor an limit p ), lg is ? ] 0 o or si.x inonll.s. New Faculty Members For U. of A. Announced VAVKTrRVll.LK. Ark.. Sc[it. -I. lUI'i — The Ulllve::.Uy ot Arkansas Dcpiirlnient of Chemical K::- lllni'prlnii ha.s a new director today. He Is I'rolrssor Henry Tibbots Ward of nrexcl Inslltiile of Technolati.v. IJi 1 . Ward's appointment was an- nonm-i'd yesterday In' enniuoerlns college Dean (.;. I'. t-Mockcr. Three other appointments were announced by Uean Stacker, all lo assume the duties Sept. 15. They are Wicklifle Skinner, Ji 1 . of Ihe University of Oklahoma, who has been appointed an Instructor in the Department of Chemical KnislnecrhiB; Horace William Ills- tcen of Michigan College of Mln- init and Technology, who hns been nppolnleci professor of iiiechanlcal enaineering; and Koberl L. Jeskc, or Oklahoma A. and i.Vi, ColU'cje. who has bwn appolnled an Insirue- tor In Jiu'cliantcal eniiineerhii;. Dixie f/icr Derailed AUiANY, Cla.. s,. t >i. .|. (u,,, . Iho Dixie 1'lier, m lon.e Irom Chl- t:iB« l<> .Inrksonvillc. was derailed near .Sylvester. (in., today but no one was hurl or killed. ElSht cars leu the mils. V( hi SPUI-I- iUP) _- Two-year- PACK . TIHUTEEN old Kicdilie Cisllloiiiitn of Mllsrau- kc, 1 is making sure thai Ills pel, puii-li slays flow' lo home. The j<mni:sli'i-'s licc-jviir old part-collie, purl-.spaniel, uvcnlj;, was iiiisshnj lor live dnys. lie was discovered in a -sewer some dislu.irc from home, lnllKUtd and almost slurved but sllll alive. A lew wcrr.s ol -home cook- iiiil" was cxpecli'il lo fix liliu up. \Mcdicul Center Planned In Washington County I FAVE'ITEVILLE, Ark., Sept. 4.1 I UP) — Washington county may provide a model for the rest of the state, as it proceeded today with its plan to establish a eoun- ty-widc medical eeiu-ji- in Fayctte- ville. A joint committee representing the city and county, as well as the University of Arkansas. i s studying a proposal that, the three merge local hospital facilities. At least S375.000 is available tlsroii?!! separately approved bond issues for a county hospital ami for improvements on the existing FavcUcville installation. The University maintains only an infirmary foe- its approximately 5,001) students. The Washington County Board of Fjlspital Commissione.'.! has pointed nut that, the joint medical unit uoiilci provide increased instructional facilities, as well as better medical care. I Read Courier News Want Ads. I City Radio -Service- Dial 2407 far Expert Kcpatn 521 Ernst Main BL Felix A. Carney REMOVAL NOTICE our nffiri! lo Mid SOUTH riKST STKHKT Jnsl nlT Main, Hack ol' i:ily \)n\K Slori- IN THE INGRAM BUILDING On (lie (ii'otintl Floor I United Insurance Agency iee Us In Our New l.m';ilioii Wv Insure Kvt'rything Mini l.oiin AIoiu-.v more shortly before noon. Capt. XV. !i. Giainger manager of the larin. said the fatal dose was provided by two of the victims. BOYS ATHLETIC SHIRTS 39c Comfor!;iMo Fruil of llie Loom Ribbed Wliite Athletic Undershirt.. Boy* sire* Wood Alcohol in Coffee Fatal for Eight Prisoners BE:LE GLADE, pin., sept. 4. IU.P.) Eight Negro prisoners iit the stale prison farm hen; died yesterday after a spree in winch ihey drank coffee .spiked with wood alcohol, and eight others were ill from etfecls of tb= close. Two of the sick men were believed in clanger of dying as the death list grew (luring ilie day. Six died before dawn, and two MID-SOUTH BOYS SHORTS Big Bill SanTonzec! s^ruiirt. Cripper fasteners. Yoke front. Elastic sides. Striped [*crcalc,.._ Pretty Pilot Come to MEMPHIS Sept. 22-27 for this Greater Demonstration o! Southern Progress Sec the Ad m 4.H. f.F.A and Oltic 15 Acre] ol DISPLAYS and EXHIBITS FUN MUSIC Enterlainmenl Gslore New SHOWS New RIDES Betty Skclton of Tampn, Fin., adds a loucli of glamor to the National Air Races in Cleveland. She'll fly an AT-G plane in the all-women pilol's v.ncc Palurdav Aug. 30. Meet Me At Th3 MID-SOUTH FAIR AlKT'HIS • SEPT. 22-27 . Reduced 'Price ADVANCE SACE TICKETS : Kiitnr IViltrar A 59c WOMEN'S RAYON PANTIES Run resisting "Rayon. All rlaslic waist. Lace nnd Ribbon trims. Tcarose. Small, Medium and Lr\ NYLON HOSE 45 Ljauge sheers in new Fall " *baJc». Extra iinC Nylons. Slightly imperfect 98s nnos. DRUIJ, Main, Blvtlicvillc Please don't shoot/ Blazing away at a bird on a telephone wire may break the wire and interrupt important long distance calls. Last year stray shots put 2,500 telephone wires out of action. That's why we ask: Please don't shoot at birds on telephone wires or po/es. < ^n~r^, SOUTHWESTERN BEU TELEPHONE CO. I^PJ FAST COLOR SCHOOL DRESSES $1.29 1 SIZES 7 to 14 Fall »lylcs tcrl pcrnnlcs. Dresses in E At.racttve iics 7 to 14. BOYS DRESS SHIRTS $1 59 Fast color Percale*. Santorlz- etl. Stanti-np collar. Top dresied. STTCJ 6 lo 14 _ CHILDREN'S POLO SHIRTS 39c Tine mercerized en I ton, Long sleeves. Pastels, Shoulder button »tylc». Sizes I to 3. „ I WAS1 BASKETS fibrcboArd with njclal liol- \ toms. Assorted colors nnd dc- j >ir;nt. A value! 29c PASTE AND MUCILAGE Large Jars. LcPr.gcs and Carters Muciln^o 4 AC »nd Pa sic. SprcaJcr nnd applicator lops.... | \J B!G CHIEF TABLET Good Quality paper School Tablet. Full 8x10 me with large sheet count , FILLER PAPER 8x10 Filler or Notebook Paper in standard PC school *ize» and ruHnf-s w SCHOOL SUPPLIES LUNCH BOXES Quality Mel.I with tray Size, 8l/,x5x4W high _ 2 RING BINDER Hard cover, round corner! 1014x8 E«lr« he.v, SCHOOL BAGS Shoulder tlrap or handle. Waterproof. Lunch packet, f\f\C n»tne pint, _ _ SCRIPTD SET Scrl ? lo Mechanic.] Pencil Extra leadf and eraieri. . PENCIL BOXES Filled with pencil., cray- "ni, ruler. Other needi _ 29 C 25 C CRAYOU CRAYONS 5 C 10 C 20 C • ••orted colored oni (o tox ....... tsorled colored crayoni to bo Sixteen aiiorl cr.yoni olored lo box „ SCHOOL PENCILS TWO FOR .... 5c MECHANICAL PENCILS icil in 29 C Wenrevcr Mecfi.nical Colon. Metal Clip, Eraier LEAD PENCILS Ftneit Mtrada and Mongol Pencili. Extra Big V»lu*.._ 5 C SCHOOL RULERS--10c SCRIPTO PENCILS Tine mcclianicnl pencil, com- plclc >vil!i lead, und QfV^ craicr _ _ «1U SKRiP INKS Permanent and Washable Inlc m :olors. Largo OoU.c „ CHIIDS PLAYALLS $1.59 lde»! for Kiddie*. S.mforiri-.l Hcrriiigbono Sun-Inn drill. Sizct t to G BOYS PI ASTiC BEITS A dnndy cry»tr>l Belt with K oia f and lonpt. „ plnattc tincklca 49c CHIIDS RROAOCI-OTH SLIPS 59c Good Tear cue B bodice lop «nd Sizes 4 to 14. ... nnJclotli with r uffl« bottom. BOYS SPORT SHIRTS Slripei) Cotton J<-r§ey. Crew Neck. Short ilecves. Alto Broadclotli. Size4 4 lo 14 49 YOUNG BILL DUNGAREES 8-OZ. SANFORIZED DENIM Dl.i !nrtzcd whila Double ilitcli- HANDKERCHIEFS Largt •IIP, good quality Lnwn with ri cm thl cited cJgcj. Wonicn'f »nd 5c COTTOK ANKLETS Elastic nrttl turn down cuffs. Solid hi^h and []ar]< tliadrj. Sizci G to 10',i - - IOC COTTON PANTIES Entire pnnlfc made of douMc thickness while coUon jersey. All clastic v/aiil. Sites 2 lo G. „ 29c —Blyrhevillc, Ark.— Are You Planning to Novel \Vu ol'IVr you this piece of equipment dcsijrhed for sale irnnsiHH-liiiJoM in u ]| t y p e . s O |' weather. Ample 'iiniitun- pud-i , m( | oilier equipment ty in.sure'fiJffc^ liiindliiiif. 24-Hour Service on Notice ".. •••••••••»»••*»••••« BOTTOMS UP! t's (linn til net that full nuril- «Iw mil mill 11, (.p.i,,. ynu,scl( «r the futurr. Check your shoes; irini; tliem hi fur iicw soli's or icels, iluanhiK or dyeing. HALTER'S Qualify Shoe Shop For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm Wiring • House Wiring • Motor Repairs • Appliance Installation 500 N. Fifth SI. lllylhtville, Ark. Plumbing For Sale Itiilh (u!)*, Closets, hiivfitorie.s, (SO" inch all-mctul Acfd- Kes.slinjc (Wind. Sinks with double drain board. Anlomalic Oil mid KU'clric Water Heaters. .\lso Septic, Junks. All i'ipe & Fillings necessary lo install your complete J'athroom. Osburn's Plumbing & Heating; 1920 West Main St. Phone 875, ATTENTION GiNNERS Let us supply you with all your gin needs! We Feature B. F. Goodrich Belting ' 2<3 WEST MAIN ST. PHONE 20JS 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 If blue Monday plagues you on Sunday, call •M7<1-<M75 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS fORXCAl MWCV*y $£RWC£ AtWA*S $££ you* Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer [•hone 3179 Wythcyille Ark. 112 Walnut KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 •Th« Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ TOD 8o«rre «f DtpeodaM* Hcntw PETROLEUM PRODUCTS OfB«« mm, •«

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