The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 9, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 9, 1947
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THUBSPAY, OCTOBER 9, 1947 JO Billion Dollar Start LcJourney BI.YTHKVll jtj B_(AKK.)_co UK1BB NEWS Senator Taft Sayi • ' Figure Should Be Goal for U.S, in 7950 ! r>ES MO INKS.'.. Oct. fl. (UP)! -- Sen. Robert A. Tail, R., O., urg- ?| i ypsteitlay tliat thfe federal-goV- fi'mncnt try,to return .to »'pc'ace- :inic bn^fs by 1330 with n budget' oetwcen S25.000,000.000 and *3n.OOO -' MO.OOO. : '".',.: -. j He spelled um his views ,'wthf' federal budget ill a spe«'' ''Olore the Iowa Banker* Assetj lion shortly before he was scheduled to appear with Harnlcl E. Sta.ssen. for-, mer governor of Minnesota, at a, Republican luncheon. • , Sta.ssen j s [he only declared candidate for the Republican pre- sirtenlial noniltiallon,. and Taft is expected lo put himself in the contest later this month,. : Taffs 1930 budget- picture railed. ' for a $ cut in current I outlays (or' foreign aid, veterans I benefits and the armed Jorcr,. He rlld not an intmiii-- I dliue halt 'In foreign aid but told j » news conference earlier that Ru- i ropean nations nniil "put, ihelr I house In order" it they >.vsn'. fur- I ther American aid. ! The Olilo -senator told the bank- i <rs tliat. foreign loans should be I entirely out. of !he government budge', by J950: .tliat veterans' expenses would decline because the educational program would expire and that »8.000,00 0.000 would sup- Port the armed forces. Public Health Service Aids in War on Cancer WASHINGTON. Oct. 9 IU.'-) — The Public Health Service today fired it $3«3.749 broadside aojunsl cancer. It announce:! sranis lolalins that amount to nearly a :C ore' of col- leges-itnd other institutions for cancer research and control. • ••' The grants .and the purposes for which they will be used include: Medical Collcce of state of South Carolina. J21.800 establishment of cancer control clinic, teaching and research. University of Tennessee. S4.878.4S. survey of the cytologic test for cancer in the City Hospital. Four-Engine Plane Executes Outside Loop But Lands Safely El, I'ASO. Tex., Oct. 0. (UP) -_ A fnur-ciigjiipd American Airlines HiiKMiln <ll<l nn outside loop rind "civ upside down over El i' !lsn yesterday, slinking up 48 |>asscn«m oerore vi'tpiaii pilot Cnpl Clinvles fislo KOI it righted for n safe l.uut- «>K al Munlcljiivl Airport. P'lbnii K. Pfuntip,-. Aim.rir.ui AH linos sales miinnger hero, said "torn- U f the ]ussrni;rr.s were sni- °"sly Injured, but. six wen- removed In pliyslclans' offices far ex- nmiiiuUoii „„« treatment l:n m p. diaiely afie,. Hip InndiiiB. Clyde Miiiri'. civilian riiiplove n[ the Navy. Oakhuul. Onlif.. gave an arraunt nf ihr confusion Inside l!u- Ioo|i:ni! piune. 1 1 overli|.-.| r ,i without w;inil.i K •"Hi "it soeined as If Hie world was coin-ns i<> n» end." Miller M id "is t:!rl Jrlend. Josepivane 3 iiurke ,,f Coniici-Uriit. was sliinc l>eside hisn. "All Ihr |):isw:njji T .s weiv dii.iiii'd ii , ,._ cauc rack, bin ; wasn't hurt ,iri- sj-phnie landed en m r. she ' WM shaken ii|) and siMred. . ': 1> ' K ' 1 .' lr : "" 1 i'i^es of btiSBauc »<» flyini; iliroiiKh the air. Thi- luisscnuei-s were shouting wreamiii)!. Children were eryni" Cnrpeis wei-e torn up. The ein-tal-V came clown. "1 noticed tha-: one scat \v:is l>ui- paradrcsl »,h,.Q'» WrC , nCe P ° llaCk; °' Chico «°' sla '" s as the U. S. S. Honda Knot leaves Pearl Harbor Hawaii S 5 w" l M l °w ea ' ,T md f ° r San F '' ancisco «"" bod cso ea n , i , r ^t ^ ' dead - Many °' the dcad «'e, e killed i(e Dec. 7. 1941. attack on Pearl Harbor and a ,= being rclurned nt request of next of kin. : Japan Again Prepared To Welcome Tourists TOKYO (UP) — Transportation mlnislry plans for revising thti sightseeing liKiustiy have been disclosed, wilh foreign tourisLs expected lo spend 4,400,CCo yen in Ja- g the five-year period 'Truman tor President' Buttons in Appearance '• WASHINGTON, Oct. 9. (UP) '— "Truman for President" buttons made their first appearance yesterday—and at the White Rouse. Mrs. India Edwards, associate director of the Democratic National Committee, wore two of the buttons when she attended lht> President's broadcast marking the admission of women into the executive committee of the Democratic National Committee 28 years aeo. One of the bultoils was red and white,- Ihe other blue and white. Mr. Truman noticed thr buttons. He smiled but did not comment. pan dining cndiii" In The ministry reports said tourists are expected to climb from 23.030 next year to more than 200.000 ill 1952. The annonnecmeni pointed out that before the war the average visitor to Japa,, spent abaut Sl.OCO here. The tourist. Industry will be di( viricri into two sections — govcril- i inent and private business. The gov- | eminent will build hotels, dc luxe j trains and better railways. Privalo : Interests will manage the. bus lines. i playgrounds, golf courses and resort . hotels. ken. Qjilv ^ [p^, had Ilielr safely belts' 0 /Mtenedl" I w« one boy hniiBlnj, bv his feet fiom ln.^ ,s;,[,.i v ben, • ' «;|;<-n tl'.n plane'''first Marled''^ («!»- .^.M™! 1 '',". 1 ! 1 1 H'fji'l I'nvo iili",!':. '"" ' wn " vl ; '-«(iird ( mill! Storm Takes Lives Of Chinese Fishermen H0.\'(i KONG. Oft, |l. iur-1 .- ^nn(i ll <-i^.,!'' ni ,Tl t ' Hi!ly lhal nbo " t -.««« i.n.nesi. (Islicrnieii were drown- IMI Ian rrldny vv ],p,, „• M1[ |, 1rt) s "«'in ivrei-ked SO or GO Junks. KOI'"" Mu'i'' 1 '" 1 ''' 1 : "''; |V)|1 R '" HSUIR r'f'i' ' M . m ;ll) "if" each. A fleet of i ' 1 "''\' 1 " ) Junks vva.s niichoied In it I inliol iijiuiig (jroiiiins- tii-nr "oni, Kniij; when Uiesloun slrnrk, frtij'dlnn lo the survivors. ,"in or Jlllik< were eltlier missltiK .11- i fltiiitlnj! alunit deserted wlili ihelr i inast.s uirn away «-] )r ,i n, o sl(>ni , | Philip's Best Man " [ I Methodists to Proceed With College Buildinas CONWAV .Uk rx-l o ,m., • ' " The average person 1 ravels 400( motor vehicle miles a year nowa j days, compared lo 450 miles a yeni by a]] types of Iransporlatlon priol to World War I. the Sensational New General Electric HOME FREEZER Just Like a Food Store in Your Kitchen Priced at only 34750 Easy terms Freezes and Stores Foods at 10 to 20 Degrees below Zero! Now-plenty of delicious fresh frozen foo(l 3 can be always on hand in this large 8 cubic foot General Electric Frc-easr. Meals., vegetables, even baked .jfooclfi, can be frown and stored a t scientifically safe s,,b-x.evo tempeMtures for months. General Elwtric gives you the BB5T Freezer value you'll find anywhere, . . Come in ami see U and be convinced. HUBBARD & HOKE Appliance Company Lord Milforti Haven, «bovc 28- year-old David Michael Motinl- Iwtlcn, who Is » flr s t cousin lo I.t, Philip Mountbnllcn, will be >esl man at Pl,i|i p ' s mmlaxc lo Uritain', Princess Kli/.abelh on Nov. 20. i TniMecs hnj vuled | o proceed an iiulckly as praclU-able wllh eou- IMriicllon of it cliujKl, a couii m ,, ls andii stuclenl center. Tile, building committee of Mn lionrd was •uthorii'.eil to comjilele I plans ->iii nsk for b!rt.i for construction. -V COATS if SUITS £ DRESSES , Sixes 2-6x All '/a Pric. TOT SHOP II.? 8*. && 8t Phone 2308 rWI like «,!.„,. ,,„* , ollllcr lhlll , m, b , t ,,,;,„, we (|0 Wf ihat .Lovely Washable Rayott ^Priscilh Curtains J«i«|-'th^ il,i,,g to cheer Winter rooms! N Hicy II «..,h like a <lrr,m- a n ( l look .- like a drenm, loo, with < Micir full 5" ruffles, neat _ finishing! Lownt-prii-c in ^ -m -*••>, years! 88" x 78". D'/S Dot Curtains In time for Wijil<;r decorating "• llicsc dainty priscillas urc lihndsonie and btulgct priced! •*' ^m Full ruffles; 80" x 78". l.VO TAILORED PAIRS Easy-Io-carc-for curtains in fine waihible nyonr Neatly hemmed »nd hc»dcd lop» for even hanging. 84" X 81". For Draperies and Slipcovers TWILL CRETONNES 1.19 Heavy cnoi|gli for line, long-wearing slipcovers, or lovely drnpcrics. Vnt dyed, p.reshrunk. Bc.nnifiilly blended stripes, gay florals. 36". Women's Turlsntilrh VESTS, PANTS llic finrst (|nalily collon luckstilcli underwear we've liad at this ilirifly price since prewar! Snng-filtiiig; warm. In tnarosc. Siws: S, M. L and extra large. ffomcn't Sieirling Skirt COTTON DRESSES 2.79 Tlir lir=t wash frock value you'll find! Tlinsr. tlretses liavc 144 -inch swirling skirl*, 16-inc!i front tip- pcrs, ruffle [rimming. 12-18. Prinlccl poplin$, percules. Co*)- Cotton Flanntltlte! WOMEN'S, GOWNS 1.79 Sleep warm *nd «nug in llic»e cotton ' flannelette gowm.»Ieeve. »tyle, eul long and full. Dninty hrmititched Irimming on yoke. Woven stripe p«t- term. 15 through 20. • ^^^V JUnconiforlalile i .shoe* are Jjck-nlirioally widened or ;!enK(h*ned here with (he jliifcsl of iniHlci 11 mnchlnM. • We <l« mil injure (he • ihoeV conslnicllon — the Jivm-k is done Vith «x«ct•"••" euro. Hfl LTCRS QUHLITY SHOC SHOP FARM LOANS At Jx>w€«t Kate of InUrMt ' ,>' Quick Serrie« A. F. DMtrich rso s. i*t St. •••••••••••, [ VVe Guarantee i j RECAPPING Hawkinson Tread* er Your Next Trrei Be GENERALS , Cost ni»rc —Worth More ! MODINGER TIRE CO. B K., Phon . j Save o Little — Hove Much! Uf« lnwr*nc« it • (artuiM . and whether a poUer tt . th« Ini E. H. (Eddie) Ford MI I.Mwr.U «. Gtiwral i.T" FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-4t inch CONCRETE CULVIRTS • plain or reinforce J OsceolaTile and CULVERT CO. W« Dellter Phone Ml Be Mire Mom gels a good of Juicy ripe upplei In time for school I ( «nd O.nnlnr »!.(» 4, Blytheville CURB MARKET RADIO REPAIR ,, ANT MAICR OR UODCL M- LIABLK WORKMANSJOT PHONE 2642 .We call for «nd Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Electrical Appli*nce CB. Phone 3371 Night Phonet 2S27 end 2903 WALPOLE-ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances Jl7 So. Second SI. B, y(h( Free Estimate* on All Work For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm Wiring • House Wiring • Motor Repair* • Appliance Installation 500 N. Fifth St. Illyihcville, Ark. i Wytherille, Ark. • < i i Allen Pickard's SHOE REPAIR SERVICE * Surplus Arroy Goods • Supplies • Shoes »•• •< f.r ih. TMJ WM hi Armr *V»hM ihM, )mUI— T« IU i*r nle. q« EAST END 112 Lilly Street Block South. Bust Main HAIRY VETCH Hal boa and Common Rye, 0«t«, Wheel and Seed . . . Ready for Fall Seeding Aow and Factory Reconditioned Soybean Sacks Blytheville Soybean Corp. 18SOW. Main- PKone M«-»7 fee nut Still & Young Motor Co; Llnfoln-Mircuiy £>Mr*r Phone 3479 Blytherllk Ark. 11J

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