The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 16, 1948 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 16, 1948
Page 9
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•MONDAY, FEBRUARY is, 1949 DELICIOUS WAFFLES lAre Always in Season! TRY THEM AT THE Nickel Stand Mrs. Jack Salifia 10.] West Main Street BLYTHEVTLLB (ARTC.y COURIER City Drug Co 101 Kasf Main St. Name Brands • LIQUORS and • WINES First National Insurance Agency FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION Phono 2311 108 North 2nd St. BILL WILSON CHARLES BITTNER BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE- -NORTrfJ TENTH J; ' ione 3151 Soy Beans Cleaned Don't jilunt grass ami \veed s(*e<l with your suyln-iins. Our new cleaner removes :ill obnoxious .sct-d. Hcfnrc having your scetl he a us cleaned come by ;unl sec our new modern cleaner. Bring your bfrnns to be cleaned at your convenience. Doyle Henderson Soybean Co. Highway 61 South Old American Legion Airport I'hone 2SKO CALL 4627 Fur Lower Cost Insurniice • HOME • AUTO • BUSINESS Arkansas Mutual Agency W. L. Tnmke, Mjrr. BlrlE., Blythcville, At-k ANDERSON MASON CONTRACTOR i i Brick Worfc ot Quality • Boiler Work and Remodeling a Specialty 110!/ 2 E. Davis St. Phone 4641 ' 'i ^ • J r /** ££«£ Mttcuny scKince ALWW see you* Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3479 Blytheville Ark. 112 Walnut St. "My Joints Feel Rusty" D n",! ! a M° " cha " ce wi »h your health. Doctors cnll It Artlirllts and say that U may be aggravatert hy improper kidney Olinmnllon. Many physicians rrcoinincnri this natiirnl mincrnl water that helps to riimmate the systemic wastes. Order a case TODAY C:ill nr write tciday for FKKK lluuklcl. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Slain and Division Hlytheville, Ark. FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVAT|ON * ?free Sstitnates S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLOG. BLYTHEVILIE ARK. • Phone 3646 a>td2525 Prices Skyrocket Anew in France Sharpest Spurt Sine* War May Bring on New Wave of Strikes ,., „ By Jo "'' >h W. (iris* (United Prnn Slatt- i'orrrapundrnt) PARIS, Feb. 16. iurv— Frnnce jvn.s hattlliiB the sharpest spurt In living costs since the war todru — B jipurt which lifted the price" of foodstuffs by 20 to 70 per rmt since the devaluation of the franc three weeks ago. For 1,000 francs a housewife could get two pounds of boiling bed. two pounds of carrots, four pounds of potatoes, two pounds or orniiR™. two pounds of margarine, a quail ot red wine, two pounds or bread and half H doren ejjps The Income of (lie average French wage earner with a family rai^e.s Jrom ] 2,000 to 16,000 francs n month. That In a thumbnail sketch of the high cosi of living In France while commodity piicrs In the United States were declining. If the pvlces keep on climbing, especially those of lia.slc. foodstuffs, they easily could cause the clowu- fnll of premier Robert Schuman's ruili-Commnmsl coalition govcrn- mcnt. The government. slaked its life on the leveling off of thi> price nnd wage spiral by June or July. The main factor in the sltiinllmi wa.5 Finance Minister Rene Mayor's revolutionary program of ilrvnliilng currency and lifting economic controls. In the devaluation Jan. 25. the exchange value of the franc came out at 214 to the dollar, or 41,100th of a cent per franc, under a corn- plicated system which makes a realistic translation of v«)uc.i difficult. The Comimuiut-coiitrollcri General Confederation of Labor last ivesk demanded a new minimum living wage of 12,900 francs a month for (lie lowest paid worker iti order that he might cone with the price spurt. , New Strikes I.ncmi The National Economic. Council rejected the demand. But government spokesmen admitted that unless the rise u halted, it certainly will bring on new strikes. Some quarters concede privately that such strikes could be even worse than the disastrous wave of November-December, when complete economic paralysis barely was averted. The Communists were known to be hoping for renewed support of the hundreds o[ thousands of non- Communist workers who broke, from the COT or General Confederation in December to form tile new "workers force" labor movement. The government believed the price, spurt was unnecessary and artificial, and denounced 11 as a re- Fighf, Suspension, Resignation Add Color to Hectic $10,000 Golf Tourney By Claude United Preu SporU Writer HAHUNQTON, Tex., Feb. 18. *UP)—Jimmy Drmnrffl arid Lloyd Mangium wore, ready to "shoot it out" today In an Id-hole first prize playoff In the $10.000 Fruit and Vt'Rt'lubJt' Ojx-n, in which there was an international fist fight, a coni- inLsstoner was itppofntetl to auper- vise tournament, jjoli. and there was constant quarreling between the pros and the sponsors of the meet. Thrown iti for good™ was the suspension of Henry Ransom, Havinia, III,, pro and the resignation if Lawson Ultl* ai head of I lie p.Ci.A. Rules Committee. Mnntrum o( Chicago, high money man so far I his year, and brightly-clad Demaret, high money man of lust year, rnrted the 12 holes yesterday in « 269 deadlock for Jlrsl pliirc. Most other !ssue» already were settled although there was no record ol [in upulojjv bclween the twu fighting pros. Ransom ami Norman Von Nicin of Sidney. Australia, who Krappleil on the ground Saturday ;ifler 18 liole.v of blckcririB. • Ransom was given credll for the first blow, whirl] cunied him » suspension of two weeks by the new jjolf bos*. George Solmelter of Ojj- dor,, Uuih. tt'iit Official Act Schneiter chalked up Ransoms suspension as his first, official act utlcr the pros went Into a lengthy, jireiu-barrect meeting Saturday night, to cool their tempers mid ended up signing K paper to abide by Schnei- ler's decisions. Tne meeting Saturday night, too. recorded Ihe entry of Austin Anso. executive manager ot Texas Citrus and Vegetable Growers and Shippers, sponsors of the tournament. He told the golfers that reports were circulating that they wanted to wuie out all the scores lip to Sunday, start from scratch and play IB holes for the *10,000. "I told thrm ihey had a contract to play 72 holes and we had a con- trai-l to pay them »10,000 for It," he reported. "No polf. no money." So the tournament went on as •oliodulcd yesterday — only Man- sriim's putter wasn't working, his chip shots didn't click and he .hot « 13 on tlie 71 par coursj. Uemaret tired a «8 to lie him. l;itll« resisned after Bclmelter's commltte^ oveiTuIfd Utlle'j n>«. ommendatloiu that Unee players, whose names never were disclosed! be disqualified. I.lltle would not reveal Mi« nn- tme of tlie vlohitloni of the trio. But. Ihe |>r<« arxncrl for tlie. flut llmx> ilnys among liemselves about the use of Inlor-riile* nll( | -j, u . proving Ihe He." Two list of plnyitiV rules, given every ronteslant, didn't Jibe, further complicating matter], Dodgers Sign Three Minor Loop Hurlers NEW VOfJK, Peb. 1(1. i UP) -On ; paper Ihsy look lilt, a pretty trl- | Mnl Irlo. but im liie field Ihe three I latest Dodders to sign rnmracU, nil ol diem rookie pitchers. miRhl well be Ihe kids to i,rlnn a secimd Bhl iH-miiuil to UrooUyii. (he epxc-rts tnslsteil today. '('lie .vinuiKStcrs, Johnny Vim Cuyk nml i>aul Minncr, Who are lipiuvs. nnd 15d Clmmller, who i-liOil hnnder. had unimpressive iwnnls hist year and ordinarily wouldn't be looked upon will) much respect. Hut In Branch Rickey's books they nre rated us three of the best youns hurlers 1,, Iwsetmll nnd II beenme pretty evident that he was banking on them and i\ few olher kills for help when lie sold such suit of speculation by farmeri and middlemen. Trying to crack down on further increases. It flooded the market this week-end with thousands of tons of frozen inent stored In government refrigerators since last Summer. U dumped millions of Dutch egg* Into the .stores. Both commodities wore going at prices 50 lo 75 per cent below the prevailing levels. Police have, been ordered to enforce vigorously a government order of several months Rgo requiring retailers to post both wholesale, and rclftll prices. For the moil part the order has been Ignored. The government ordered the prices of some vital toocLitulfa and commodities froirn until :xt .lime. Ot O/icovtr Xge MILWAUKEE (UP)_l>|evl,lon « inlin to ,h»v« It. drawback. bobby-»ox«r,i at MarquetU University agree One aweet thing wai h»ar<5 to MV iaiue' 1 "" 11 ''"' <Ulrln§ ' b "l"»tball "It you tolrt your motlirr you wfi'J going to b. It, m, library stud.viiiK lonlglit, you hsd betler "ot nil there, Tn. lelevlslon O am«»• are pointed right In your dliecllon and. ihe'll probably iee tnlenlert performer, at vie i m \. I'M-JII and Hal Ore,, tn Pll,sh u , 8 h »t tie close „( th, 1947 campaign Rickey h», , , 1M . C |,, .tellght In i " brli lt! ln B up unheralded f'"in Hi. minor* and .uddenlv sprlnKlng the,,, ,., stars, and „„,. "t Ihr/w pllchera might eomn thtouuh for him In Hut manner Most highly regai-drd I. van r-«yk. who won u and losi o A i Moiilronl last year, where his olher «IR aecomplliiliment was Irarnlnc (o throw a curve. Already , speed specialist, he »•„,• mn .,i .-.ffrctlvo lownrd HIP end O f lli c eamnMRn when he mixed In hU new!y-nc- qulred curve. Minner won 11 S amen and last 11 at Mobile. Ala,, In Ihe Southern A.vndnllon. like Vnn Ciiyk, he. Is n fast bailer, but was hampered some by arm trouble which iinx disappeared. he said. Clinniller, not pnrllrulitrly but with a good a.ssorlineni I'xi'plli-iil control, won omV K lust S nl IMrt Worlh. bul said 1 1 Is his! i eli'.vi allowing was duo lo (he fuel that lie spent lasl wtnlcr pllrlilng In Voneziirln nnd was "nil worn out" when Ihe leftulnr sen- son Imilill. Up hasn'l touclieii a baseball since the- cl<xse of last sen- son and U In "great shape." *AGI WIK1 fnsl and /VASAL /RRmmON? *hats a job for "Comfy"an A " the MENTHOUTUM • When niiBly nnsivl irrilntinn cork™ up your noslrils. or l««vo/i now Imina dry nnil "hnriiing." quick I r.«n:li for Cnmphnr nml iiiinl y Mcnllinl'siTretiK H ccnllyinaiulnrnuiuinonlrilii.Quickly it wwke to htlp thin out Uiick mucun. Am] mnllrctml rnnon pnnclrMo f»r mck lo conirorl irnlnlo<! n, B1 ,il,n,iu-, \lm McMllmlntum n t niihl. Km l.nw cltur yoiirtinail fool. In 111. mornini! (ml M.'.illinlalmn loiUv •ndk«i> it l.nncly for nil nnNt] Irrltillim. »LSO<EtltVU CHEST- COLD IUHTMISJ. HUD-COLD STUFFINESS AMD CHUPPIHt PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug StoreS When Tn Need Of ' Shoe Repairing Gall 4347 Free Pickup and Dflivcry! H A L F O R D SHOE SHOP 106 South 2nd SI. Guaranteed RADIO REPAIR l»Expert Call 811 Brooks Music Store 107 E. Slain Porto Rico KILN DUtED SWEET POTATOES Delivered to Your Door Phones 4677—29Sfi Buck Meharg Produce 401 r Main Si Radio Service At Its Best! We service all makps Mrllos anil back our repalrn with a guarantee. Our* Is trip most complete r:idlo service to be found any- trhert. We specialize In Frequency Modulation (FM). • Complete Line of Name Appliance* Felix Carney -at BLYTHEVILLE SALES COMPANY 138 East Main St. Phone CALL EVANS GROCERY Fnr Free Delivery 2597 313 South Second • Surplus Army Shoes • Combat Boots • Overshoes • Rubber Boots Anderson 5ho« Shop A ClnlhlnK Store 3J« E. Main St., Blylheville Remember ROTHROCK'S For PRESCRIPTIONS Concrete Tile Sewer Til* Sizen 4, 4 and 8 inch Culvert Tile sizes 10, 12, is, in, zi, ^^, jo and .18 Inch A. H. WEBB Hwy «l at State Lln« fhant Bljlhertll, 714 ATTENTION MR. C !,. PERKY, formerly of |h« KlytheviMe Sales Company, )« now «-i(h us n« General Radio and Appliance Repairman For the b«st in Radio Repair and Applmnct Maintenance eall us at 3450. HUBBARD & HOKE APPLIANCE COMPANY FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver I'hon* 691 • Take a toort look. I)n your « J f>mil.v'» sluifs need mm/llng, " • new liecls, sales? Ltt our «x- • • pertft do the job! • H-flLTCRS QUflLITY SHO€ SHOP 121 w. M s i N ST. RADIO REPAIR 1 AMD 2 DAY SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OR. MODEL. RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Ridl* Sain and Senrlm 10S Sonlh Flret St. I Have On Hand At All Times Severn! tractors nnd equipment . . . both new snii u.ied ones JOHM DEEHE, KARMALL and ol);er makes. Alsr>, I have tor sale at all times 70 to 80 hettl of mules. Tcrinji can be arranged. Will trnrte for most anything you have. New Ford Ttviclors Heady for D*!1very F. C. CROWE 1 Mile I. of Br»u«doe!» Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY [•hont 2043 10)4 ChlckKMwba FARM & LOANS Honi« Office, Na»*rb, N. J. LOW* TK*M PROMPT CLOMN* CAM., WKITB OR SRI RAY WORTHINGTON '»«-ThMS, lHlr th7vm. U AV; Rerrhif 'mi* Hrctlon « T«™ AUTO UPHOLSTERING 307 East Main Phon- Ing 1K Us su ">' lj ' r »» to »l>hobter- KVKftVTIIlNfi TAII.dlt,:,, TO KIT AND 1N8TAU,KU AI NO KXTIM COST So fconom/zo and Patronize ' THOS. J. LILLY & SON l>rlve In under .„. s | sll .. Aulo .,.„„ «„„„.. nn( , .entallonall NO dirty bag I* amply . . . MO heavy weigh) to puih oioundl Cell all th« way undur low fuinilur*. Cleani rugi Ilk* magic. Dmti. from floor f« ceiling. GuafonUtd lo pleV Up dog hair. CompUl* wllh oltachm»ntt for ipraying, St* It, tcdoyt REQUEST A DEMONSTRATION OF THIS FINE HOME CLEANER. OUR SALESMAN WILL CALL ON YOU! Ainminlnitnls Any Time » K aMV Terms HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS BRANDS 136 W. MAIN ST. PHONE 515 STUD EBAKE RS GUARANTEED USED CARS & TRUCKS SKK TIII-SK HKKOHi: VOU BUVl ItHZ Chevrolet 2 Dnnr Re- in:iil Chevrolet » Dorr g«- dnn. «TI«nn «> (hey ,!;,„. Von ran't fo inn 2! mr " , , WTOI> * on lnls ""*• 1011 Chevrolet J Hour Sc- 1BH7 Fnrrt 2 I)o<ir Sedan. dan. A ronl buy; (looil price. lOII Ford Cnnvertlhlc. Ifi UBS Clirvrolet ^ Ton. A OUR PAINT AND BODvlsHOP IS THE BEST IN THIS SECTION! • r''jicli>ry '('mined i\k>chiinics • I'nrls nnd Aci-cssoru-s • Wrecker Service Chamblin Sales Co. Lex Chamblin Bill Chamblin R. R. * -UI, Sired, ,,„„„„ j m STUDEBAKERS Notice to Our Friends and Customers BLYTHEVILLE GARAGE 2IG J.Hdetle Street Norlh Robinson Gin Complete Auto 4697 and Tractor Repairs I PHONE I Frnnk Asliliy ntui Eric Hall, Owners . (Motion iMnnre, Tractor Mechanic Attention, Soybean Grower Have your soybeans re-cleaned before iilsntln|[. We hart rerently liislnlled one of tl,e best bean elc»ner» tn the Slate. Dniinlc cleaning proerss. we have livo eleaners In operation. No appointment needed, jmimjil service, no waiting. Blylhevilie Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Blythevilft

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