The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 24, 1948 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1948 (ARK.y COURIER mn DELICIOUS WAFFLES Are Always in Season! TKY THEM AT THE Nickel Stand Mrs. .lAck S;ilibs 103 West Main Street "Buy Youn" at City Drug Co. ^1(11 East Mnin St. Name Brands • LIQUORS anrl • WINES : irst National Insurance Agency FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION Phone 2311 108 North 2nd St. BILL WILSON CHARLES B1TTNEH MAIN OFFIC NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 Soy Beans Cleaned Don't plant grass and weed seed vrilh your soybeans. Our new cltuner removes all obnoxious seed. Before having your set-d beans cleaned come hy and see nur new modern cleaner. Bring your beans lo be cleaned at your convenience. Doyle Henderson Soybean Co. "ghway 61 South Old American Legion Airport Stockmen Face Price Dilemma Experts Forecast Better Market by Spring, Early Summer CHICAGO, Feb. 24. (UP)—Live- i stock market analy.slsts .said today that a drop in livestock valuta following the bin break in Ihe commodity markets hsw created a "eerl- ou* Bituatlon" (or many cattle and hoR feeders. H. M. Con way, writing Iti the National Live Stock Producer. 1 ;, ft I fade publication, .said thai livestock values have gone "abnormally low" ir thus season ot tlip year. But h« said, industrial conditions ndlcate that price.* nl the nation's stockyards will rise during tho Spring and Summer. "Sharp comeback In (.ho hot; market Is expected by eaiiy sprint;." In? .said. "Pronounced short a^c of all ncats during tote Spring and Summer should broaden the demand for pork. This should make lion prices relatively favorable as compared with the cost of corn." The big grain markets where most retail prices un fond are dr- tenn'mcd, were cUvrrt yesterday in commemoration of Washing ion,s birthday. They closed hiuhor alter the short period of trading Saturday and were expected to cominuc even today. But the effects of lower wheat and flour prices wore reflected today at Columbus, O., where-800 independent groceries cut the 15-cent price of H hirye loaf of bread by 1 1-2 to 2 cem.s. The Family Economics Bureau ol the NortliwcMem National Life Insurance Co. reported that the recent commodity market slump was only one phase of » trend which has seen the price of foods drop sharply .since the end of l£)4G. The bureau -said it had made a survey which levealnd, Uv.U poultry, j eggs, potatoes, oranges, canned fruit Juices, .some canned Innls and vegetables, preserves and jellies "hu\v all had little private reccssiosss of ihcir own during the past year." Manufactured sooris also dropped in price, the bureau said. The supply of .small radios has overtaken demand and larger types are almost Ride 'im, Cowboy Genera/ Clay Reports Russian Troops Violating Zone Laws BKRLIN, Feb. 74 .CU1M— HuwUu soldiers hnvp been t'rossitig the lfi from Austria into Ameiicau- ijlfd UavAflft to (orflpr for f nod -stuffs and Ltnpoy? their do- iis nn OorinftVi ffti'iners, OPII. lns O. Ohiy fopot'tcd yp.slci'diiy. ie lust tiU'iiUon ol Ulcgnl bor- 1 rlcr crossings by Soviet troops wn» ' ntir Ijv Cluy, the Amei li'un inkli- ury KnviMtior. In his .senil-inonthly ropott to \VnshinRlon on rondfllons i\ the IT. R. V.OIIP. "In hnvHi hi Dioie \vt\s K -shurp IiU'iTUNt 1 in thf nuiubor of border viol nt tin is hi ( \\c nvfn adjnc'eut lo the Sdvfi't zone of Auslrift," 1 CLiiy repoi tod. "They ronsl&tfd mftlnly of the Dlognl ontry by Rtivlrl snldlers Inlo HiWM'ln I" secMir Iv«ul Ihi'iMipli biirnry ricnuuuls on Clenuftn farm- M-S or ilu'otiKh the hnndhR of wild Gathings Assails Arbitrary Acts By a Colleague WASHINGTON. Feb. M. U r P> - ^hiiltjnnu l>eon E. Allen of Ihr iwrse ail™ romiuUt«« got * verbal tpnnkliiK In Hi* 110,111* yesleirt»y for 'nllLri( to iM-rinlt the unlvpraul military trMvrtng Wll to RO to the donr. fV. K. O, (lathlngi, D', Ark.. iincd Alli'ii with "uvUltrtirv action." He \tild hV could not nncter- sUml how nl- & critical lime such us tills Alien permitted the inn- Imp In In' bolllcd li]i 111 Ills cnm- mUtoc. Hop. lli'm-y n. Ltm'BdP, Jr., sntd lie »fr««d with CUlhlnRs. RECTAL DISEASES (AH TTDM Ei "Ill bulniy lations Clay Stoekmun Lloyd McrSet, ot Fov\ Wm-th, Tex., isn't trying to bull- do/e Tiny. The 1 !,i-year-old Hereford midget heifer, walking between his owner's logs, wcighi only 250 pounds. U is the smallest of three midget offspring of registered Hcrelords. the lather bong n (17.000 bull. Congressmen Exposed to Famous Words CALL 4627 For Lower Cost Insurance • HOME • AUTO • BUSINESS Arkansas \V. I,. Isaacs BMg Mutual Agency Tanikc, Mgr. ., Blythevilie, Ark up with demand. Even some htahr.r lessor..* had r priccd autos can be purchased with- I - ns carefully WASHINGTON. Feb 24. (UP> — George Washington's Farewell Address WHS rend to the House yesterday in keeping with congressional tradition. A.S usual members sought, to draw some present day morals from it. For instance, Rep. Joseph R. Bry- nson, D- S. C., said he rpgrcltcrt i that some of Washington's sue- not road the (iddress they should have- | out waiting. i or heeded Its admonition." Meanwhile, Sen. John J. Spark- j R CO . Edwin A Hull, R-, N. Y.J man, D.. Ala,, urged the Justice i SR id whiil he got'out of the address \ Department to investigate the price | was that Washington really knew I lie lot more nbout ngricuUure | "than anyone down In the Agri- ! culture Department does today." J Rep- Thomas I,. Owens, R.. III., 1 BERLIN Pa. (UP) Deep snow is- j s»M he ree«vdfri UIP farewell ad- 1 olated the'Berlin Methodist Churcn rtre.ss as "words of revelation/ He I Irom its parishoners but the Rev. suggesteri that those in hlRh plflw.s i Paul E Trimppv delivered his «r- "Heht well ppniw those word., cv- iu-h cases the U. a. Cons h noli tied of the border vln- bv other occupation troops." s ii'iiurt did not say whether any Sm'iet trnopx had been Rrrexled- Hnelofcire the inalti border violations were by Germans umvlirp from the Soviet /oiio of Germany into the Anteifctvn /.one In .senrch ot foodstuffs nnd mini nudities for Irading In tlu* black ninvket. Clay nlsn ) epr-i ted R not her type ; of border violation. In this CR.SC the violators were fir L man border police from Ihe Soviet itcme. The report said Ihc pnlke hud been moving over U\u> the state ol Hessf and 'arre.slIng prisons (here. "When Grrinan hcmler police truni tbe Sin-irt xoni 1 who hfv<l been nr- re.slltig [ii'i'.stjtis In Ilcsso within the United States /one were questioned, they slated they bad received in- striiclinns from Wlmnr (the cnpllAl of Tlnnlngia In (he Soviet v,one> lo patro! and make nrre.sts up to 500 meter.s <a little over fiOO yiinl."!) wllh- In thn U. S. y/Hir," Clny si\iri. "This in for nni If on has hern referred to a Soviet liaison otficcT with the. constabulary for possible cor: ieclive notion," For Some* On TYPEWRITERS ADDING MACHINES Cull 2513 JAMES STANDRIDGE Morris I'rintlnE Co. FARM H LOANS Ham* Offlc., N.w«rfc, M, J.' LOM* VUUC MOMTT M.MIM* MW KAW OAI4.. WRITE <M M* RAY WORTHINGTON 119 8. Third 81., niylKrriH., »*. Hfrfltif Till. Hrdlon 35 TMUTI '•••' f < rt - • fj 11 r 11 i r TiYi t> IK* fUTENTIA!. [NSUkANCII COMfANT Of AMMMA Political Announcements The Courier News hns b authorized to announce the follow- candidates, AiibJH't. In general city election, April 6: FOR ALDKRMAN (Kivnml Wnril) J. it. Mottle* Nntiers AUTO UPHOLSTERING 307 Eott Main Phone SI9 Wf iprclnllzc I" SKAT COVERS, HtfAD I.ININOB, DOOM 'FAN- ELS. TLOOH MATS mid nil Interior trim of a ctr. Let UK Add real ('harm and beauty to your car with 1*7 Mlond •trows Mirt fabrics. Acl<l value to ymiv car by IpUltxn us supply your »vtto upholatov- Ing needs. KVKKYTIIIN'fi TAII.OKKU TO KIT AND INKTALI.KD AT NO EXTRA COST So Economize and Patron?** THOS. J. LILLY & SON Drive In under the »l|n "Auto Top Shop" Ana fcUw Read Courier News Wiint. AtLs. In the House by rtep. .lolin M PlaimnKan. Jr., D., V«. I Cant Sit! PIN-WORMS CAUSE FIDGETING AHD THAT AWfUL ITCH On« nf Iho wurnl boost announced lust wceK by the steel industry, lo see it It involved a violation of the anti-trust law. "• of Pin-Worm* f« which ofUi\ cmiipa 8 Ford Tractors Complete With Equipment MORE EQUIPMENT ARRIVING DAILY! ' See or Cnll Dnutflas Lawson at Russell Phillips Tractor Co. Soulh Hipluviiy fil I'lidne 2171 to even morn ivriaui diitren. It !• no lon«rr ni-crasary lo rut u Iht tn>ulil<- cAin(>d by Piii-Wornn. I rcirnce h-it At ]tit found » w»r lh«** idtiitxirn rest* ca-^lly nnil Buf Worms r-W In » nivOicnl tnf nt dnaM on an ofTlcifilly recosm •leincnt which has i>rov-*d vrry eff iIcAHiiB with thiA URly lnf«Cinn. Th f-W UliMa »rt In x ^Vfcinl WHT 1o rin-Waimi. r-W m»ni rin-Worm -1 Ire inl A Thru 12 Freezing Winters THEQUIHTUPIETS h>v* uMd thl« far caught at CHEST COLDS M iwU'rolo Ui roliove foiiv:''^^ snr« Otro rxncl nchlns rnuKcki of colds. MunlAr lo hrlnR woailfr^il, long- king relipll U • a in! nl kiirlnci; c u^ar i.r.tl . At itll iln ly help* brvtk up ONliun. iliriiMUi! MnM^rnlr. . Strung tor ftown- PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best 1'rices Kirby Drug StoreS fO* KfAL Sff Ml* rfct&rty a Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3479 BIytheville Ark. 112 Walnut SK, When In Need Of Shoe Repairing Call 4347 Frre Pickup and Delivery! H A L F O R D SHOE SHOP 106 Soufh Znri SI. Guaranteed RADIO REPAIR hy Expert Call Sll Brooks Music Store 107 K. Main Porto Rico SWEET POTATOES Delivered to \rnir Door Phones 4677— 29Sfi Buck Mchtirg Product Ml r.. MMn St A Natural Aid for HYPER-ACIDITY Mountain Vullc cl[niin:ite wnsip \iorks Rcnlly tl a(j*iu( (his faint ft hits I»cen prc Booklet nn Kcr OF THR STOMACH Water is a natural aid in from the system. N'nl a laxative, It tin kidnpvs. Ask your dortor s licaUli water fro mHot SprJTi^s, Ark. crilipit for more than 75 years. Free lest. Order a Case. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP IM^.in anrt Division BIytheville, Ark. Radio Service At Its Best! We tervice All make* radio* And back our repairs with a tuaraii- lee. Ours Is the most complete radio service to he found any- erf. We sppcialire in Frequency Modulation (FM). Complete Line of Home Appliances See- Felix Carney -at BLYTHEVILLE SALES COMPANY 138 East Main St. Phone 361fi CALL EVANS GROCERY Fur Free Delivery 2597 313 South Second • Surplus Army Shoei • Combat Boots • Overshoes • Rubber Boots Anderson Shoe Shop A Clnlhlne Store 316 E. Main St., Blvlheville Remember ROTHROCK'S For PRESCRIPTIONS Concrete Tile Sewer Tile Si/.rs 4, 6 xnri K Inch Culvert TiU Sli.cs 10, IZ, 15, 18, 21, 21, 10 and 36 Inch A. H. WEBB Flwj. 01 at State Line Phone BlvtheTllle 114 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S.J.COHEN Contiactoi LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. ATTENTION MR. C L. PERRY, formerly of the BIytheville Sales Company, ic now with us us General Radio and Appliance Repairman For the best in Radio Repair and Appliance Maintenance call UK at 3(50. 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 Phon« 691 RADIO REPAIR 1 AND t DAY SERV10E OH ANY MAKE OR MODEL RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Klertricnl Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Rjtdfo SalrK anrl Serv1r« IM South Flrit Si. \f, tcrHotioniM MO •mply ... NO h«ovy w.igW »• roundl undtt lev fucnituf*. CU«"« * Oiling. Cuaronl.»V M fkk 1^'jSk -" -• *•"• f*r *«• *, REQUEST A DEMONSTRATION OF THIS FINE HOME CLEANER. OUR SALESMAN WILL CALL ON YOU! Appointments Any Time • Easy Term* HARDWARE CO. Inc. /VOAff OF FAMOUS aRAMOS 126 W. MAIN ST. PHONE bl^ • Take * fond look. l)« yntiT J (umilj-'n slioe» neert mendlnf, • new heels, solos? Let our «»• pert* dn the Joh! H-fl LTCRS OUflLITY SHOC SHOP I 21 W M « 1 N ST. I Have On Hand At All Times Several traclors and equipment . . . bolh new and used nnei JOH1T DEERE, FARMALL and other make.s. A Inn, I have for sale at all times 70 to 80 bead of nuilos. Terms cai\ b« arranged. Will tradi for moxt inythlnf you have. New Ford Traclon Ready for Pellvery F. C. CROWE 1 Mile S. *t Brmffado^a STUD EBAKE RS GUARANTEED USED CARS & TRUCKS •KK THKSE HF.FOKE VOU BUTl lltl Chcvrnltt 1 Dour Se- A*H. Clran a* Ihny f ome. 1911 Ohr.vrnlrt I l)nor Se(Irvil. A rral buy! 1941 Fnrri Cnuverllhlr. ICl honey. I!U9 Chevrolet S D**r ••- riAn. YAV can't (• wroni on thb *nt. 1MT Fnrti 1 n»*r S»4an. flood price. I93R Chevrolet it To». A barxatn. OUR PAINT AND BODY SHOP IS TH1 BEST IN THIS SECTION! • Kactorv Trained Mechanic •> I'ails and Accessories • Wr*ck«r Service Chamblin Sales Co. Lex Chamblin ' Bill Chamblin R. R. * A Mi Strcft? Ph«n« 111] STUDEB AKERS Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Phone 204S 1044 Notice to Our Friends and Customer* BLYTHEVILLE GARAGE Z16 r».Cler!« Street North Robinson Gin Complete Axito 4697 and Tractor Repairs / INOHd ~ Frank Ashby and Erk Hall, Owi»«i» Cotton Moore, Tractor M«chM<« Attention, Soybean Grower H»ve jour »oyb*»n» recl««nH b»for» pl»»t!nr. W« h»T« recently InsUlled one of the best b«« el**"*" ta th« SUU. Double clr.iniri: process, we have two cle«n«f« In «n*mli«»' N» »ppolntm»nt needed, prompt letvlce, n« w»lUnf. BIytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main llythevilU

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