The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1947 · Page 13
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER .11, 1947 RUTHEVII.LB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE : THIRTEEfl > BIIIER HOM To Triple Output • Osccoio Firm Hos ^175,000 Expansion Wrogram Under Way A $175.000 expansion program ••vliich wjl] more than .triple Hie 'Hitput of the Osccola Alfalfa Milling Co.. which blends alfalfa meal, :.s tinder \voy today witli con.struc- tion of two new buildings expected to be completed by March 15. The present 90-tons-per-riay ouS IHtt of the blending will be increased loSOO tons daily with the installation of equipment especially clc- *is:ied in Kansas City. Mo., lo process alfalfa mea!, according to L- C. fi. Young, president of the Company. ; While tripling production, the new equipment will result in rv I)L-!'- fonnel reduction of n:oro than 50 Her rent. Mr. Young said. The new machinery will \». housed in a 68 by 120-foot blinding now under construction. A portion of this building will be used for stor- America Sets World's Table—Frorrj Wheat to Nuts Also undei: construction is a WO by 300-foot storage building foe nl- falla meal. The structure housing the new blending machinery will bo located between the new storage building arid the present 120 by 240- f<]K warehouse. ®)in;cybr belts will be used to carry Llie meal from both warehouses into the blending building]. and. after processing, from the*' blending equipment lo box cars. The Osccola Alfalfa Milling Co., started, by Mr. Young last Spring, is cine of the few in this part of the'country. Manager of the blending plant is L. E. McAllstcr. z Four Shipwrecked Men Lose Lives; Two Reach Shore YARMOU'i. . -.VS. Nov. 11 (UP) — Four men drowned, two swam asl^oro and one was missing today alter Ilia fishing dragger Bainbow of Boston foundered on a reef at the harbor entrance. Only two of the seven-man crew were able to swim a mile to shore through the tossing seas and heavy breakers after their ship, drifting helplessly before a 40-mlle-an-hour gale, thundered onto a rocky ledge off Sunday Point last night. Credited with saving ihe life ol his elderly shijiraalc was tieorge Walsh, 35. of Cambridce, Mass., who aldcc! 60-year old Henry W. White of Boston through the waves and carried him across the sur- lashed beach to safety _____ -~ ------ J - 1 - L^ -- ' - ;1> -••'•• ' MUSHROOM INDUSTHY Mushroom production lias become an important industry In the United Slates. More than *0,000,;. pounds of fresh mushrooms produced here In 1910. Anglo-Attiericon Zont ol Getmany, U. S. Zont Auilrio, Odd llol* ..„....,. J.ttl.OOO Lotin Amc/ico 2,322.000 IOM 0 India i.«..s«j....l,00),04o All Ollin Notionj. 8,939,000 U. S.t<jK>il«d food to oil,., natiom ot TOT* ol '1.6 p<; cent of III total production fijccl I947.4J. Thi» ii t t« 271 poundi lot t»cry p«fjon unde Amtrican Mao. Gralnt: 15,058,000 Ion FeH onj Oilt' 233,000 loni rruiri and KfuH 974,000 Ion, nutoctured IT Products 493,000 tons All Olhtt Foodj 799.000 loni TOTAL: 18,168,000 tons Floors in Average Home Do Not Gcf Sufficient Attention in Making Plans For sonic reason, difficult lo im- der.stand, the floor In the iivi-rije liomc clues not receive lilt «tt«n- ilcm tliw vitnl pjul o! tlie liotue should liave. Houselioltlef» h»v« i tnulciu-y 10 lake (looruij for grmt- rd and devote little plunnlng to Ilif rrqulmnctil.1 of Ihe v«rlou» rooms. "*M it Intelligently Insullfd mint Jiiaiiilniiu-cl. floors cnn provide a never-ending source ol satlsftcllon. nrcriilnii more \venr Ilinn ony other IKIII ol (he house, onlv the I*M material! ihoulct bet lined for Ilciorlni! «nd sliould be luld on atroiiK. riRid iiiKlrr-pmnliiij. The very lieM material can U- ruined If 111- Little Rock Solar House Design for Arkansas Is Published I.rtTLK ROCK, Ark., Nov. 11 ' UP i - Tli* book "Your SoUr House'." which wiis imblLshcd In New York, [eiiiiircs u modern house ilcstRiied lo take advantage of Arkansas' 1-111111110 mill Krography by Ultle Rock Architect II. Hay Burki. Architects In e.neh stnlc were, commissioned to plan medium-sized homes which would [nil within the medium |>rlce ranse In the localities for which tliey were Intended. liurks Is nn nssociivte or Hnu-e R. Amler.son In ihe (triit of Iluilc.s nncl Anderson. The exterior ot hl» house i.i developed In n style re- I tntnlsrent. of early Ainerlrnn irchl- • tectnre. secur»l)' faslrurd, c»rele.«ly cut. and joined, or placed on slinky Joist.-.. llest construction colls for stiacliu', these bowii* no tartlier apart than 16 InchM. covered In turn with u strong itiblluDi. Properties leqnlreil lit nny door Include lone lilt, low cost, tor In- slnllntlon. r>«nliiK and upkne]), jtl nppeannicc with n definite decorative value, wifely, comfort anil qulelni'M underfoot, and lire, molsutv vvini stain resistanre. Flooring lalh inlu ihrfn giuieiiil cutenorles: U) food of all types: i2) masonry such as ceiiimii' I lie, leiruz/« mill ccinc-iit, nncl en re- sllleiH mnteiliils mirh us n.sphalt Mli 1 , cork tile, rublier tile and linoleum. K*ch h«s a spei-iali/.rd HMI and e\'t'ry room in llu- IIOU^P IKI.S its iiulivlduiil requirements. Hi'avlest tralllc cotnrn 'in hulls and vesl ilinles jco thrill 1 ilftnr:; niusi wlllislnncl liani weur nnil not In 1 subject, to nmrrltu:. KUi'hru, Hiuidiy mid bnUironin IloonliR shmilil resist water, srcusp nnil oilier sinl- liiCt- Beclrorini.i, living rooms Jind rilnlnu rooms uMinlly Inive LIU^S ••!• carpel, so nppcariuu't' e.t the ox- n»th lint Miri is ru Ha nre UAI? the nrr Wlw- W In l lloorlnt; here; Is Important er than wear or stain re.slslance. childien'ii utnnvj require n. tliwi 1 m th.it will stand hard wear. :,ily oloaiifd and resists slsiins, ardwoods- maple, o;ik. bln-h - unist coiinnonly ti^^i'd tlnxiii:;l!nut. hiuuo, ivlthouiih in uv.niy cnw, chcupcr Mittwuods such a.s pine used In bedrooms ami closets rc I hen- is Illtlo ood fliiorlny \; 'Koiii'i-iilly laid ini!Uc>-i(iid-i;roiivcil strips 1-1;:! nnd 2-12 -Inclica wido cither In iniidoni lenxth:i or Iwards runnlns Hie lull width ot the room. Pai- tiueV (Ino/ing makes u$c of shor£ IfiiKtbs of Blrlp llooruig laid In .•(mures, hcrrliiKbonc or other 'ef- iccls. Annthnr lorin ol food flooring lf> piun'K. u\ unltoi'm or randouv width to simulale floors In Colonial llu.es, A relatively new development In wood Is factory-mads- Idoi'k.s of iilyvoocl or strip floorlne as.srsni^led in 0 ov 12-inch squaves. -NAME YOUR NEED- New Opporluiiitios—Old Debts New Clothes — Education Unexpected Illness — Travel Low Ratos — Friendly Service rHONU.2928 12Z W.ABU ST. DLYTHEVlltC Read Courier News Wwit Ads. on Wellington Avc.. between Madison and a point on Lnuderdile- Poiminfio. The plan would hnvo the Inrgr vehicles by-pn.vi thB downtown bua- IICM district completely. Read Courier. News Wan; Ads. FRAZIER Bus Lines New Location 105 North Lake Street PHONE 2301 Buses • ARMOFxEL • HUFFMAN • PROMISED LAND • NO. 9 • STATE LINE I CHARTER BUSES tat Shop in Connection Little Girl Empties To Send Turkey to liy LEO TURNER I United IVtJs Staff Correspondent) NEW YORK, NOV. 11. tUP) — Chubby Julie Anne Alloi-o. is only four and one lialf years old, but, she's got n heart ru big ns a turkey. Leonard Morris; president ot a foo<i shipping company, promised today to sent! a dressed turkey to Princess Elizabeth of Great Britain by nir express for S9.20. Tljat's all the money Julie Aline had. Her mother, Mrs. Tina Alloro, was busy irj/another room of tfi^lr Brooklyn 'home yesterday \flicn Julie Anne Alloro put on her hat aurt coat. Some time later, William Roller, manager for the food company in Manhattan, looked rlown and saw n little girl In a page boy hob hold- a blue piggy bank. "I want- to buy a turkey lor Princess Elizabeth, she said. Roller said nothing. "Of course they will have a wedding cake," said Julie Anne. "But mother saya they have no food in England. They need a tur- k«y." "Who Is your mother?" ajkcd Roller. She toll! him. .Roller, tried to call Mrs. Alloro on the. telephone, but she was scouring the neighborhood for Julie Anne. He tried again and again, "Why don't you 'send her a telegram?" Bskeci Julie Anne. •Roller did. Then he called Morris. ! Mrs. Alloro arrived from Brooklyn as Morris was .ordering a turkey form his warehouse. Julie Anne had the name of Morris' company on a slip ot paper she hart picked up at home. "I just put a nickel in the slot at the subway. Then I askcxl people how to get here." she said. She helper! Morris shake the Her Piggy Bank Princess Elizabeth for money she tint! been .saving Christmas presents out or her piggy bank "Will yon ask the Princess to send me the nishbonc when she Is through with the turkey?" she said. Spare Tire Rolfs 200 Feet to Smash Windshield LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Nov. 11.- —Cnsuy L. Yoiinjr today Is wonderinij about the much-dl.sctiss- rd fate of the innocent by-stander. Because, you see, Young yesterday loutul liis automobile rlnninged in mi accldciu which hajipened more than 2CO feet from \vliere the car was parked. Automohilcs driven by Gerald O. Bridges and Jessie T. Barker collided at a downtown intersection. The trunk compartment of Bridges' car popped open and the spare, tire rolled out. It traveled 200 Ices Bnd smashed the windshield in Young's parked auto. Memphis Reverses Policy As Whistles Htrald Victory Day Activities MEMPHIS, Tcnn., Nov. 11. IUP1 — Memphis loudly .Mioved aside 1U claim as the. quietest city In tho nation lor one minute today a* horns, whistles, bells, and voices milt-red In --victory rtny" celebrations. At 10 a.m. nonce siuusc tlielr rtn- pers in their ears and waited as thn city's noise abatement ordinance was abandoned In near-bedlam In the downtown area. One hour later, the city resumed ite dignity RS it, pmiscd in silent reverence to honor the nutlon's, war dead. Memphis Seeks Special Route for Us* by Trucks MEMPHIS. Tcnn., Nov. 11. lUP) —City engineer! today studied a proposal for a special truck route 11)rough this city lo relieve (rnfflc congestion in business areas. Mayor Jamc.s J. Pleasftnls SUK- Kcstcd the plan which will involve reconstruction of a block long area W» all have every, rtaion to cell-] brat* (his July 4th,^ but H It'i true !n-' dependence you want, protect your •quotely through thi§ «Kp«rienced ! agency. ^.~..<*x~~ NUiiLE GILLJ I CUNCOI HoriL WBHP^~ •»•** >'JI PRICES INCLUDE THERMOSTAT and AUTOMATIC^ CONTROL Sm.ll Home $QQ85 3-Bodroom $1flS08 5 Sin JfO House Siio^ ., IS <U( / Kresky l-'l«cir l-'nriiai-c* und SIIHCU U BUY PROM YOUR' i LOCAL HEATING' ^ EQUIPMENT DEALER 5H !±°sh 0 ... 51 ^ 35 JESSE W. PROVINCE PLUMBING AND HEATING Blythovillo Phono 2719 with a KENTILE FLOOR! Reliable Workmanship ™\\ : licn our workmen install or repair plumbing in your homo or place of business, there are two niajor items of which you can be sure: •A" Kincsl. Quality Malcviiils •k Expert \\"orkmnnship. JUST RECEIVED— Shipment of CAST IR«\, enameled balhtubs and acitl-vcsistiiig cast iron kitchen sinks, with or without. cnljinets. "PETE" the Plumber 109N. First Phone 2731 There's more come-on, more gocxl looks 1,0 Kcritile. For instance —\s-e'II Iny Kemile in sucli a way thxt traflicgocs in the direction yon want (Kciuilc squares, plus strips, tlocs the trick). Or we'll separate departments by visual panels. As for wear! Stop worrying! Kciuilc outlasts virtually any other flooring. Shrugs off dirt, mud. You don't even worry ahout dropped cigarettes. Cms down upkeep, loo. Simple mopping keeps Kcntile clean, (an occasional waxing keeps it bright). And its colors go clear through, so you have no color- worn spots! KENTILE tf>/..y*'T/5 DEAL'S PAINT STORE 109 K«sl Main Vhone 4469 like to show your MULLIiNS If your kitthin ii ild fcuhUn«d, diimal, difficult to work in ... MODERNIZE il witli allradive, work-saving Youngslawn equipment Of ceurM MIR iwpiilflr choicr \* the Ynung.Umm Xilclien in the riglil hnuH picture. Inslr.itJ ol being ju»l a utility room, Ihw inotlcrti kUclicn coiuhine* well-planned convenience ivilh stream- linrrf branly ami l>rromts one of the clircr'ic.sl Tttonis In lh« home. •uilt lo liighflst qnilily utanrlarrlit of gleaming while cnnmflcd jtec), ihcsc ^mutRsloRn units fulfil) every kitclicn need. "Kilrhrnjiitlrr" t-nbincL «inki, floor ind wall cabinM.JH arc made in ililTcrcnt iizfiH to fit your own kitchen. St«rt your modernization plans with ilic "Kilrh- cntulcr!* Tlien add wbtlflvrr door nnd wall r.iVi- nef* yoti require lo give Ilic storage space ami working surfaces you need. tan b<* purchased »o «a*y paymanlt, 7h» F. H. A. monlhly chorga (or lha Youngi- |oWn «qulpmant ihown abovo it only THE MANY "KITCHENA1DER" MODELS GIVE YOU• spotless, aclcl-rcsisllny porcelain ontimeled lop • twin-bowls with disli • four roomy drawers, doubly imulaVed lo closa silently nnd vcgolohle spray duo-strainor gene rous storags space below for cleaning supplias. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY LUMBER COMPANY 1801 West Main Phone 4445

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