The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 30, 1947
Page 2
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V BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) CQUKl^U ,NKWS TUESDAY, SEI'TKMUEK 1)0, 11MY Top Awards in 'Competition Go i>t* Same Community, End ot a d individual winners in j /'••a.hd -livestock -Judging con- j . .„j'fof. Future Farmers at Aiiier-1 'icj': mefiy>ers"ai trie Northeast Ar- , Ilciy)S$s^0Js^rIct Fair wereannounc- ed- yesterday.'.. '. -'-. - . •' . •••:. Wlnneris 1 -;in 'the dairy 'judging ' 68rTfi&'follow;/'•':;••'•• •'• I Teini standings: ":.,', ! : ' J First," place—Dell: Junior' Lewis. '•''•Howard ••Yelyerton 1 and Ed names. '.Second—Blythcville: Buddy Kes- •Ustejv'.-Joe - T., Robertson and Alvin I Duties!' ',• - '"'-' ':":•. '• ~- ' ' TlA-d—Bly'theville: Harmon Ellis, t Vance Owens and H. C. Anderson. \ .Fourth—Dell": Jack,. Lewis. Mar-1 - 'Viri" Lewis nnd Thomas Shepherd. | 1 lifth—Hlythevilie: C. Abbotl. S. 'Gurley and, B. Fowler. .Individual standings: .(• 1st. Junior Lewis; 2nd. Buddy 'Kesslei';' 3rd,.H. C. Anderson; 4th ; 'Joe T. iR6ber.tsdh;'.5tli. Alvin Du: clos; 6111.. Marvin'Lewis': 7th, Harmon Ellis;. 8th',/Vance Owens; 9th. S Gurley; and'.lOth, B. Fowler. I.ivestocjt; jutlging.'vyinnei's, follow; '™ ' To am", stand ings:.__., 1 \Frrst—Dell: R.' Si 1 , iioody, Warren t Hoivavd and.Herman Storey. | EecoiVa—'BlytneVllle': .Buddy Kes- < A A An A 'sler Joe T. "Robertson and , Alvin ,A.OOGQ 'Of DETROIT, Department Store Clerk Gets Apartment Built in Ten Days Emperor llirohilo (it Japan removes his shoes ril the Murao Hotel in Fukishima alter a day's inspection lour of Hie prefec- This is the; lirst time he lieen photographed his chocs o!T. . lure, has ever BV CI1AKI.KK W United Press Staff Correspomlrnll MEMPHIS, Sept. 30. (UPI—A !>at- cry of smiling cariH-nters left the ront door of a shlninn new t\vo- tory upnrlnicnt oi»n today for four everybody else—so el tlicm lo co-oi«r- co-opcTntc with inuyl)!* 1 could v, utc witli nu>:" A month at;o McLeod beam! talk- Inu with launders, clccti'icinns, pltinibpr's, supply stores, and Mcin- eswrnto raiuiilcs lo move In. phis IjiiildhiB inspectors. The frame home, n four-npart- j On Thursday, Sept, IB, more than nent colonial-styled Iniilding, col- 20 carpenters begun work. They imns and nil, was built in the rce- )i'd-brc.iklng time of ton days. The owner Is 33-year old Kd Mc- .eod. n dcpni'lmcnt store clerk who nst year didn't have a place to nove his wife and two children. He built, an npnrtmcnt last year is a last resort. "This housing shortage and bnlld- nis problem is just a matter of cooperation." Mcl.cod said. ;ot/b wondering alxnit all the complications and delays and luck of co-operation all the way down the line. 1 fluurcd I was willing to worked eight hour days. Plumbing ilpes were luid on schedule. Wlrirjg was complett-d in time for the car- pentci' hegin interior walls. The painters (allowed the carpenters, liutldlns inspectors made as many as three inspections n day. Ten working .days later—today— the house was complete. Four families, more than 10 people, were ready to move in. "It look 100 per cent cooperation on everybody's part—including my wife." McLeod said. Mrs. McLeod fed the workmen hot dinners each day in the shade ot on old oak tree. "A man spends a lot of time worrying about netting something to eat at meal time," McLcod said. Mis. Mclxiod. selected the new tenants from some 500 applicants They arc all veteran families. "We had to move In^with Ed's mother because the telephone kep ringing all the time with people wanting the apartments." Mrs. Mc- I.eod said. ''Our tenants nil have kids, too,' McLeod said. "Landlords that won' Ipiit up with children are partly re sponsible for broken homes and ju viiiiilc delinquency. A kid goes 01 the defensive when he thinks he' not wanted." One prospective tenant applle for an apartment and said: "I'm afraid to tell you this, bu I've got a nine-months old girl, 1 "Well, what are you supposed do with her, drown her?" Mrs. Me Lcod said. The family sot the apartment. Read Courier News Want Ads. Duclos. Third—pell: Snm Harris, Henry Gosa and-Collon Mayo. Fourth—Blytheville: Harmon Ellis, Vance Owens and H. C. Anderson. Fifth ^- Parkin: .B. Shaw, D. Crawford and S. Shaw. Individual standings: Isl Herman Stores -"nd W-\r r c n Howud 3rd Hirnxon Fills ith Hcnrv Gosa 'ith D Oiaw fo'rt GJ-h Budd\ Kcialer 7th Col ",Ion Mavo «th AUm Ducloi s,h f H C- Andeison and 10th Viince 'O'cns* * " ' t r ' Memphis Chemist Dies MEMPHIS, ,Tenn., Sept. 30. (UP> " William II Mitthe\\s a noted wood chemical researcher died t!Slifflay"riIs!hr5n" his^Wth jcir £-AM a lthe\s v-as picsident of the forest. Products Chemical Go. here. rMe had developed sucii •: firms as *5e\ berrj L unber Mid Chenilcal Co Aeuberry Mich the Cro sell Chem -real Co Crofs°tt Ark and the •Jfii !ssru>r CJjeimcal Co Chirles ton. Miss , Matthews made experiment.! •which attracted nationwide alien 'uort "These rhJudeJ the use of , (UP) —Fre.l S. McCcnncll. president of Nation- 1 .Coal Association, said today that the consumer inu 1 :! pay most "if not all," of the added costs of :nln- in3 coil. He told the Detroit Economic Cht Ij'.lul Inuar-sniins machinery liad brousht a 3a per cent reduction in Ihe number of men needed to mine •equivalent amounts of coal between 1913 and 1945, but labor cosis rcr.s 75 ri'r cent in the same period. The idea that the coal industry should and can absorb the increase cuerati'.ii! cost rcsulthif; from Unu new v.'ap.e -.i^rtcmeni (with the AiFL United Mine 'Workers) is n:\s- cd on the most fallacious kind of economics." McCannsl! s.iid. EAT" HOMES! COAL AND WOOD BURNING HEATING STOVES Comfort Combination HEATERS (as shown) Two Sizes '27 A hundred gallons of good quality table syrup can be made from a ton ot dried almond hulls, at present a waste product. charcoal, uiui carbon monoxide gas to run automobiles. Matthews ->vns barn a|. Toronto. Can., where his body 'will be sent for burial. Circulates Heat Through Rooms —Gives"Hot Stove"Heat,Too! • Beautiful Grille Cabinet! • Duroplastic Finish! • Automatic Fuel Control! •Automatic Draft Control! • Low Flame Fuel Saver! •A REAL VALUE! See This Famous Cofeman On Display Tot/ay! Other types $102.45 & $115.10 MedV Size OAK HEATERS LzrrjS Size . . . . Cole's Large Size HOT BLAST 17" 27.50 W Sheet Iron Heaters for <)25 180, Wood Only, two sizes /. Charter Oak $1100 Combination Heater '42' BIGELOW Charles i Lemons, furniture Home Furnishings Moderately Priced •• ' Oak Heater 46.50 a millionaire HE richest people in the world choose Hie lame mattress that's available to you-^ the Restonic Triple Cushion. A night's rest on a Restonic Triple Cushion mattress is the ultimate in smooth, caressing, body-fitting comfort. And it's a pleasure everyone can afford! No other mattress, of comparable price, provides you with so many plus benefits of lasting comfort, yet it costs no more than other nationally advertised mattresses. Wcr now have a nice assortment of patterns, all new and,up-to-date, of .Rugs mode by the famous BIGE- WEAVERS. See them. Fervqk, 9x12 — $74.50 Beauvais. 9x12 —- $94.50 rles S. Lemons, Furniture , . MODERATELY Priced in:YI Balanced, all white RANGE with Reservoir (as shown) 77.50 All Cast Iron Charter Oak Porcelain RANGE with Reservoir Special Value SI 39.50 <h!ng Rox Spring), $49.50 • Convenient T«rms Mere ti fiojtffer mff TALL FIBRE SEAT CHAIRS - - - - $2.25 & 2.64 Slat Seat Chairs - - - $1.96 & $2.45 Oak Dining Chairs - - - - - : $4.64 Padded Seat Dining Chairs - - - $5.75 Kitchen Cabinets, Porcelain top . $49.75 to $77.50 Charles S. Lemons, Furniture • i All Wood, Slat Seat & Back Rockers Plain Low Back $6.75 Extra Quality Low Back $7.95 Extra Quality, Hi Back $8.75 Special Hi-Back $4.95 Home Furnishings Moderately Priced Upholstered Rockers - - - - $11.50 up Iron Beds -------- $8.95 Helical continuous Angle Frame Coil Spring $9.95 50 Ib. R, E. Cotton Mattress, good quality $12.75 CHARLES S. LEMONS, Furniture Home Furnishings Moderately Priced

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