The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 7, 1947
Page 3
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1947 Highway Board Asks Road Bids Commission Ready To Let Contracts On Twenty Projects LITTLE 'ROCK. Ark.. Nov 7. iUP) — Tlie Arkansas Slate Highway Commission will meet in Little Rock Nov. 21 to let W'-f on some 20 separate project.?, to 1 I tii more than $3.000,000. ^-Highway officials siiy the total ^fioimt is higher than in any recent letting but express doubt that Was veil; be receivcrt on all projects. For Instance-, they explain, a bridge on Highway 62. near Pyatt. Ark., | s being advertised for the seventh time. Projects being advertised include: I*e County — Six miles of bituminous surface on the St. Fran Roaci, State els Rlver-koicomo Highway 19. Ashley County — Pour miles bituminous surface on the Louisiana Lme-Wiimot road, highway 1G5. Desna county — Eleven miles bituminous surface on the McGehee-Rohwer road. Highway 1 Sevier County — one "reinforced concrete nnd steel bridge on the HoraUo-DcQueen road over Bear Creek. Highway 41. Miller — One reinforced bridge over Mill creek on the Texarkana — Garland City road. Highway 83 Logan County — 2.9 miles gravel on Paris-Magazine rond Hiirhwnv 108 ' Cleburne County _ steel bridge over Little Red River on Hiedcn- Stark road. ^Cleburne County _ 13 mile's l>i- jpmlnous surface on Quittman- Hebcr Springs road, highway 25. TSLYTIIEVII.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Elizabeth and Philip Appear Together *» ing the month of OclolHT, 1M1 the following accounts of Executors Him AdmlnlstrMon have IK-MI llled lor settlement mid confirmation hi Hie Probate court for Hie Olilckasawbti District o( Mississippi County, Ai- &? 4 t^esETs «us. ^^—~~mmmm^m*^mm*imf**^f^nmk*. ""^•••••P''**'' 8 ' """ " : %s ; Princess Elizabeth and .nance, Lt. Philip Mountbatten. attend Ail-Star Royal Variety' command performance at the London Palladium. It Is the first public appearance together In £, don since the an nouncement of their engagement. (NBA Hadlo-Telcphoto). "Jimuii since me an- Texti/e Strike Avoided GREENSBORO. N. C.. Nov. 7. (UP) — The south's first threatened textile strike as a result of new union demands [or wage in- creasr-.s j n the cotton mills was called off yesterday when' an agreement \vas reached giving 3200 workers here a nine per cent raise. Leaps from Hotel Roof WASHINGTON. Nov. 7. (UP) — Ruth Reed, 40-year-old daughter of Rep. Dame! A. Reed, R... N. Y.. was killed yesterday when she leaped from the orof of the women's hotel where she lived. Deputy Coroner Christopher J Murphy issued a certificate of suicide. Truman Irked Of Newsmen WASHINGTON. Nov. 7. (UP)— President Truman yesterday criticized the press of the nation for taking what he called fragmentary bits of information to build straw men tnd then knocking them down. He was talking about a resolution passed recently by the American Society of Newspaper Editors objecting to what a reporter at yesterdays presidential press conference called military secrecy In civilian agencies of the government. Tlie resolution \vas directed again it proposed security regulations concerning government Information. The proposed rules were modified materially after the editors made their protest. Mr. Truman was asked whethci he had acted on the resolution. Hi said he had no reason to act because no such thing had ever been Short Story Reputed to be the smallest man in the world, Henri Renard, 2-!inch, 30-pound midget, stands beside an average-sized French-man in Paris. Renard, whose ^parents were of normal size, is a \virn; grower. J/f cron AUTOMATIC RADIO-PHONOGRAPH Tfm compact tahla Victrolo radio- phonograph lake) WMi*. up to 12 records, j "Goldanlhrowt" Powerful amplifi-' Tom Syitoni ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY '"V OS \\Ysl Main S'. "•-—c Zfl^l • AUTHORED RCA VlCTOK DEALO press had a bad habit of picking ip fragmentary b\is at Information about, preliminary plans, setting up a straw-man and then knocking him down. Tha president had no further comment. But it was known thnl neither the orginal security regulations nor tho atcr revised proposals have been put up to him. Then he said he thought the submitted to Mr. Truman for ap provnl. Sucn regulations cannot become effective without his approval. Thirty per cent of nil fires from known causes occur from matches and smoking. Notice of Accounts of Executors anil Administrator-, filed. Notice is hereby given that dur- JKstributed by C. E. 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