The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 26, 1947
Page 2
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, SKl'TIOMUIOR 20, 10-17 Much Expensive Food Is Wssled .''• • t . •• .-• ......... Garbage Collector Verifies Need for Truman's Proposal- IBV WIL'LIAM A. DRAKE (United Frets Staff Correspondent) INpIANAPOUS, Sept, 2S. (UP) — A garbage collector said today he thinks its a shame the way people throV away mountains of food I hey pay Jtigh prices for. Paul L. Hutz'er, president of the Modern Scavenger. Service,- Inc., said'his business is booming—people are "tossing cut more food than theyiever did before. "I^n not' complaining." ho said. "I've] got hibre.. work than' ever. "Ejiit when you can find whole hams, big hunks of bacon and untouched loaves of • bread in garbage? pails you kiipi' U's lijne for action." ' • Hutzler said it should bo easy for . most Americans lo p.o along with Fres)rtent Tmman'^fpo.d conssrva- Moiu plan. ., ., ., . "During the* war 'pcopV wore mor£ conscrvat.lvc.", ; he jsaid, "But now, we're pctllrig "more garbngo Ihan ever before. Hnlzler said he thought ncwly- wedp were the worst offenders. "They just don't know when a piece of moat is good and when it's : spoiled," he said. "Spmc women think meat isn't any good when it ; develops a little bit of mold." Hutz'er's service collects garbage in the Indianapolis suburbs and in several small lo*n,<? nearby. "Actually most of the garbage is : fed'to hogs." Hulzler said, "so it all 'gels back on the table again. • But, the poor people have to pay for it all over again. : . "Those hogs could get along on a lot less fancy grab." Former Marine, Twice Saved by K-9, In Turn Gets Reprieve for His Dog ^ATLANTA, Gn., Sept. 26. (UP)— All cx-mftrine was bade at work driving his laxlcnb in Atlanta lo- day, but Jainea Trhmmell hoped the next 10 days would fly by so that "Damiliit" would be with, him ngRln, The former Marine had been charged with dlsordeily conduct and "Dammit." his German Sliep- licrd dog, was due lo die for biting 10-year-old Jatucs Warren. "I'd die lor that dos." Trammel! lold Acting Recorder Frank White. White wanted lo know what that had to do with the complaint of J, E. Warren, father of the blltcn youth, that "Dammit" was a menace ancl a nuisance. "•y.y dog was born under shell- look like a nodding acquaintance, police admitted today. Cue of Sykcs' friends got BO days in jail. Sykcs told neighbors lie wiuiled lo be with his Impriconccl pal. A little later ihc desk coked up to be:ore him. "I'm drunk, to lie locked he »ns. find Sykcs liie on Guadalcanal," Trammcll explained. "I raised him from i\ puppy and he with me on five invasions. , "We lint! gone Inlo Guam. I was asleep In a foxhole; the (leg was fceEldo me. Suddenly the dog iiwnk- cned me with a ttrowl and 1 saw a Jap with a long knife crawling Into the foxhole. "But he never made it. My clog got a death grip on his throat and didn't turn loose unlil ihc Jap was dead, "At I\vo Jinia," Trammcll continued, "the dog was wounded by shrapnel when a Jap In n pillbox threw n grenade. I cleaned out the pillbox and Uien nursed 'Dammit' back to health." Turning to Warren, the recorder said: "I cnn't condemn a dog of this type to death. But I ulll order him quarantined fcr 10 days to see '. if Ihcre are any symptoms of rabies. " Aller that. Ihc former K-fl tlofi reunited with his master. Editor Praises Truman Policy, Marshall Plan lill.OXr, Miss., Sepl. 2U. (UP) — Palmer Hoyt, editor and publisher of the Denver Post, declared In an address lo the National Association of Secretaries of Slate here last night that, the U. S. "must be strong enough to demand attention" 10 continue to speak for the nations who believe In freedom. "Starting wllh ihe enunciation of Ihe Truman Doctrine, later amplified by the Marshall plan, we arc building foreign policy of weight and importance. "The excited yaps from the Kremlin today and every day" Illustrate Ihe strength of Ihis policy, Hoyt added. "The Truman doctrine is only saying that any nation that desired lo preserve its freedom and Inleg- rlly will nave our help. Whal's nroirg with that?" h'oyt asked. "No one," the publisher concluded, ''can further duck t)ie fact lhat human freedom is Ihc issue of liie day and lhat the Russians aren't lor it." ve your ome stnction "Exterior decorate" with Hondcx — and stop damp* ness, Hondcx bonds with the wall surface. Easy to brush on. Low cost. . makes about one qallan. white ' Alto for Stucco, Concrete Bloc*. Get Your BONDEX Color Chart from.,. ARKANSAS PAINT, GLASS t WAI.LPAI'EH CO. "O l: Main .SI MISSISSIPPI COUNTY LUMBER CO. JUKI W. Main M. HUBBAKD HARDWARE CO. 2i:l W. Main .SI. • E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. yi9 V. A all | New Numbers 4474 and 4475 But Same Reliable Service For Work Done Right CALL NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners 220 North 2nd Street FARM DITCHES S.J.COHEN Contractor NOIfBLOG: BWTHEVlLLfeARK. Friendship, Plus GRAHAM. N. C., Sept. 2G. lUPl — 'Jeff Sykcs made the fabled fricjidship of Damon, and Pythias MINNIE LEE JONES MUSIC STUDIO Tciiclier of ^-KSK* J C IEAN£4. _H_ '-"' ^.S 'V£z2' THEORY — HARMONY Special Classes for Pro-School Children and Beginners IMione 2904 WLLER ALL-PURPOSE (Jlcan-r is en rconotnlcal n'o^eliofd cfsaning pov;dor t'laf won'r let you clown. For walls, floats, woodwork, porcelain end glassware. A little goes a long wqy, Sold only by VOUt? VuLLER. DEALER BEN WHITE & SONS '. GENERAL GQN^qfORS MAIN OFFICE——NQRTH TENTH ! Phone 31 SI '..'•••: '• , ;;uele.-sncKS never pays dividend:;. '*JlliSafeJfflBj iafctv is never cxncnslvc. *" '^^^ Carelessness ant: carefulness are no relalion lo each other. MEMPHIS, TENN C. C. ELDRIDGE Phone 41SB Dlylhevcltc Gin Supplies Don't leave BVythcrlUe to buy Qin Supplies. We are competitive wilh any mid-south firm on these supply prices. Buy here for better merchandise and low- ej prices. U.S. Belting 'Detroit'Belt Hooks Crane Vaives and Fittings Pyrene Fire Extinguishers See Planters Hardware Now! GATEWOOD GROCERY Phone 975 [ ; Wanted to Buy t ; Highest Prices '; Paid for Used • Tractors and »' Equipment fiRusseil Phillips ;• Tractor Co. !-S<). Highway 61 Phone 2171 Ark.-Mo. State Line on the left at the Arch 54 PL Pt. Uh 7 Crown 1.35 2.65 4.15 Calvert 1.35 2.65 4.15 Sclienley 1.35 2.65 4.15 Three Feathers 1.35 2.65 4.15 Kilt & Kill 1.40 2.75 4.40 Old Taylor "4.35 6.90 Four Roses 2.85 4.SO 5% Beer per Case $2.88 GAS, reg 17.5c; Ethyl 19.5 AH Brands Cigcnets, cfrn. $1.35 Sales STUDEBAKER Service for Complete Protection * -' -A<>0fnst A?/ '• . *NS&*UBLf HAZARDS W J. POLURD : *A.G6 NCY • G»«nco« Hot.l Bld«. 124 W. Ask St. STUDEBAKEHS 5 CHANBLIN SALES CO. £ D E B A K E R Let our ^killtnt inecliiiiilcs lake care of your c«vs ;md Inicks. Complclc line of parts. Prepare for \vintrr now —Id us install i\ hcalpr on your truck or car. Complete line of acceisorics. radios, foslighU. scat covers, batteries, Hares, bumper guards and a complete: line of FIRE- STONK TIRKS. " loiv: Wlirni iirtsc * 1911 Ford con in- 10-11 l>od;;c 2 Door A real Huy 1030 DeSotfl 4 l>oor—Clran 19S!i IMymonth 2 Door—A real 1!>4I Clinvrolct 2 spcocl axle. a 25 tires mi Chevrolet 3-1 Ion truck 1910 Ford - I ton Ptnkc botlv 1047 New Kor«V 2 Sliced /.x!c 835 Tires 1047 ^cw Intcrnfttion.iil K-5 2 Speed Axle 3 25 '-.'ircd Trade U'ilh Confidence \villi riuimliltn. These C'ars Carry a 30 1)ny Gnar.intec! D E B A K E R STUD EBAKE RS

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