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rRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1047 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1 FACT ram | rkkh. * k«pl **m. I •«o4 of UM tmoi fc to Europe Is Seen As Economic Unit De Gaulle Envisages Marshall Plan Nations • As Commie Barrier Southern Scientist Develops Ersatz ce Cream Made from Lowly Peanut LONDON, Nov. 14 (UP)—An American source salrt last night (hat Gen. Charles De Gaulle had Indicated lie envisaged tlie Integration of the Marshall Plan coun Iries and Western Germany Into an economic ui'.it serving as a bulwark against. Communism. The Informant said De Gaulle had made tentative overtures to the United Stales and Great Britaii through representatives In a series of unofficial talks. The emssaries intimated that '. and when De Gaulle comes to paw er in Prance, he would be willing to "subordinate a German setllemcn to acclcvement of an Anglo-Amcri can-French stand" with a view ti leading the Marshall Plan countrlc in a fight abainst Communism, the informant reported. "We were given to understan that the general fully realizes th importance of Germany So the sue cess of trie Marshall Finn and Ilia as. he said in his press conferenc yesterday, lie considers Russia an Communism a greater threat t France at this time than the possible resurgence of Germany." he said. The Informant said the discussions were only tentative, and did not go into detail. American pessimism concerning the success of the forthcoming foreign ministers conference increased yesterday. The deputies completed > two-thirds of their agenda without agreeing on a single point in dispute. "It it becoming aparent that the Soviet representative has. instructions nol to give way on a single point at the deputies' meeting," A U. S. spokesman said. Robert Murphy, U. S. delegate, submitted the American draft of the agenda lor the council. It proposed the discussion of the Austrian settlement and of a 40-year agreement to block any new rise of German agression. By ROLAND UOPSON H United frcss Staff Carmpondtnl) BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Nov. 14 (UP) Kiddies, your double dipper o( cc cream for a nlclcle may be back oon. If Is tastes & wee bit like peanuts Hi the first bite, try again. The sec»)d or third lick is guaranteed o taste like regular ice cream, si- hough there won't be a drop of milk or cream In it. That's what group of tasters agreed today. lotion Insects Subject for farm Parley Picketing Modernized BOSTON (UP)— Motorboais and R plane were used by striking .shipyard workers to "picket" the Bethlehem Steel Co.'s East Boston yards. FIRESIDE DESIGN The product, as yet unnamed, was developed b;> Dr. J. H. Mitchell ul :he Southern Research Institute iicre at the request of Cinderella Foods, Inc., of Dawson, Gi., advertised as the world's largest producers of peanut butter. The whole peanut kernel Is processed in a very simple manner, Dr Mitchell saya, into naturally white milky substance. A little sugar and flour added wil make an ice cream Just as velvetj and mouth-watering as the bes drug store dish offered now, he says. He has tried it in nearly all flavors and it particularly blends well with chocolate and caramel. It makes a nice chocolate milk drink, too, will! a malt flavor without the malt. lluy properties of Milk The peanut milk has the protlens., carbohydrates and fats of milk and cream. The vitamins and minerals of milk and cream, he says, can be added as simply as they are to oleomargarine, a substitute for butler. And the price is comparable, too. He says the new product may ae produced about one-half ns cheap s ordinary ice cream. Alter the experiment i» completed it will be turned over to the Dawson peanut firm. The scientist hopes that the peanut milk may be produced in condensed lorm whereby the housewife may dd water and flavor, stick it in the refrigerator and later come out with a delicious dish. What the institute likes is that the produce may provide an extra market for the thousands of tons of peanuts produced in the South- cjn states, where there is little dairying. A large percentage of the cream used in ice cream manufactured in the South is shipped here from Wisconsin and New York. The Southern Research listitute employs some 50 scientists who develop research problems for corporations throughout the South. Most of the problems concern development on new markets for the South's mineral and agricultural products. MEMPHIS, Tenn.. NOV. 14. (UP) — A cotton Insect control program for colon farmers will be considered at n two-day meeting next month tit Columbia. S. C., in co-orrilnnled effort to guard against last year's serious colton cro| loss to the boll weevil and otm- Insects. the national cotton councl announced loday. Oscar Johnston, council presl dent said that Insect control mea sures would be "a major contrlbu lion to the president's food conser vatlon program." Cotton belt farmers lost $280, 000.000 last year, he said. In term of food, a loss of 215.000.000 pound of margarine and 270,000 tons of livestock feed. Key leaders of Industry and agri* culture will attend the meeting starting Dec- 8. Robert R. Cokef of Harlsville. S. C.. member of the Cotton Council's production and marketing committee, will be general chairman o[ the extraordinary session. andy Co-Eds Continue \ o Get Better Grades han Malt Undirgrads NASHVILLE, Tenn,, Nov. 14. (UP) — Vonderblll University reported esterday that Its women students ontinued to make better grade: linn the men- Upholding a 10-year record, 113 f the 483 undergraduate women earned better than a "B" average during the 19W-41 school year, officials said. MLv> Nelle Julian, McMlnnvllle, was high honor student with a straight "A" averag* for lour years. British Scientist Wins Nobel Prize Of '47 for Physics STOCKHOLM, Nov. 14, (U.P.)— Edward Appleton. British *phy- Runaway Tire Makes Distance Record YORK, Neb. (UP)—Pete Brumbaugh was traveling at a good clip in his oil truck when a II-« rolled off. He thought It would be routine to stop, pick up the tire and be on his way. But after a half hour search he still couldn't find the lire. He called the Bradshaw airport and asked for help. A plane circled the area for 15 minutes before locating the lire. It had rolled 330 yards from the truck. Escort for Royal Wedding to Wear Dress Uniforms LONDON. NOV. 14 (UP) — Th austerity surrounding Princess Ell zabeth's wedding next Thursda cracked wide o)>en yesterday wit! the War Ofdcc announcement tha the royal household calvary (f, corl for the wedding processlo would wear full dress uniforms. Dress uniforms were ordered b command of King George VI, th war office said. Previous plans ha called for I he royal escort to pear In khaki. Instead of their fa inous plumed helmets. There has been wide agitation turn out the household calvary full dress for the wedding, La Monday, troops of the househo ccilvmy wore full dress In the Loi Mayor's show for the first tin since 1983. The Times reported that Po Phis XII had sent Ellr.abcth * letter on the occasion of her forthcoming marrlRgc. A spot in Pierce county, about 50 miles west of Devil's Lake.N D., Is the geographic center North America. nlcclts, was awarded the ,1M7 Nobel PT)M for phyalci l«»t night. Apple ton proved the exlstenc of the loiioeplxre and hit study of radio waves laid the txuli for the development of radar. Colleague* credited him with doing more to develop long dliU&ce radio traru- miseion than any man alnc* Marconi. * Halt Dry and Halt W«i, Tavern Does AH Right CHICAGO <UP)-^amei Ftocehl tot hl» n«w la vein ill act up and going before h< discovered what he had don*. He learned to hit dl«nay that Ic- |»lly half of the place wa* In Klthwaod. which, allows But th* raar *a4 of UM >r*jF. Bo MooeU old what turn •••» r fee «*r- operator would cumitanca*. He drink* in UM tnat eo4 M* «• wlchta and pop In the hack Jtti. 99 Yean No Handicap HOKKAIDO, Japan (UP)—A 99 year-old Japanese, who snid fte Imd "lumted bear all my life," walked 40 miles in two days to register his shotgun and get » permit from the provost marshal! here to hunt benr. Itnre Hirotichl hiked the 10 miles between his home and Camp Crawford, but the provost marshall was out. Hirouchi returned the next day and got the permit. Read Courier News Want Ada. Wheat Outlook Very Gloomy In Plains Area WASHINGTON, Nov. 14. (UP>— The Agriculture Department reported today that the drought hsd "seriously delayed" the seeding of next year's Winter wheat crop hi the Great Plains area. The department said the drought centered in the Southwest and curtailed planting of next year's wheat : crop by 25 per cent throughout an area which this year supplied about 40 per cent of all U. s. wheat production- / In its first roundup of Winter wheat conditions, the department said thai Winter wheat seeding was "far behind" schedule on Nov. 1 In sections of the Southern Great Plains states. ! It painted a grim picture of 1848 production prospects in the Southwest — parched dusty soil, with farmers in Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma and other dry areas holding back their seeding for fear of a complete crop loss. lf&£ RCAVrcroR For tmarlne« at home, designer Gene Gold created lhi« cotton corduroy fireside en»cmble. Named "cotton of the month" by the National Cotton Council, the oulfil contitts of a. great-coat in redwood corduroy and black corduroy pajama*. Luxury-full «leevei and concentrated fullncs* at the hip» assure lounging comfort. Marriage License* The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday in the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: M. O. Robertson ot Manila and Mrs. Opal Robertson of Pocahontas. Vcstcr McCabe and Miss Murle Rogers, both of Manila. Ray Milter and Miss Betty Jean Murphy, both of Manila. VICTROLA RADIO-PHONOGRAPH *'Thc l>estwoaii" comes in fine waluul, mahogany fir mtiilrrn bio rule veneers. And what tone! Th« cryalal clarity of the "Golden Throat"—finest tone system in RCA Victor tiiMor). Standard radio, RCA Victor KM and aulimiAlic 12-rccurd phonograph—mil in one Auprrhly beautiful tinit — roll out at • Imieh- "SHcnl Sapphire" pii'kup has no nee tiles lo change. Come in for a demonstration. -Vrrtr****" T.M.fea.u.S.r'at.Off. AUTHOKIZtD »CA V'CTO* DfALI* - A Complete Radio Service Department in Connection ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. 20B-08 W. Main Phone 2071 Correction This Suite was erroneously advertised Thursday as our Fall Special at $64.95. Our $64.95 Suite is similar but is not exactly like the Suite illustrated at left. Hubbard Furniture Co. They'll Donee With Joy This Christmas Blytheville, Ark. Phon. 4409 From DREIFUS That'* th* wcret of mailing your loved on«t happy iMi coming Chriitmoi Mown. Choou their gtffc now while t*l*ctiom or* o) thtir b«*t , .. value* ot their grealett. Ult our layoway Man to merit your choice III) wanted. You'll b* «<M <o ihop now and avoid rH» ruth later. ^ Compare These Great DIAMOND VALUES Layaway BULOVA Thi» Christmas MAGNIFICENT DIAMOND DUO *m- "ftfe, 'tir Gorgtoui diamond «oli1oir« . . . lovlihly carved w*dding band lo match. BULOVA 17-Jewell "/Minute Man 1 '39 50 6-DIAMOND BRIDAL SET 114 5 ' S«tt!ng» of 14k y*Dew goM . . . 3 thtmiMring diamond! In Mdi bniy ring. 1O-DIAMOND WEDDING PAIR 175 00 GOTHAM 0-7 F""y 24 v,< ,'v Jeweled •£,"•' 10 brilKont diamonds glorify rhlt lev«ly bridal M» to »* yellow gold. EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN FINER QUALITY JEWELRY GIFT LIGHTERS 2 50 Streamlined, trim, [•wel-lik*. Styled in ptatinum-bai* Rhodium. PARKER "51" SET $ 17 5D World'i mo»t wanted pen .. . writei dry with wet ink. Matching pencil. Locket and Bracelet Sat Lady's CanMO Ring $ 14 93 $24" Dainty, aoW-fill«d. Expan»ion bracckt itr«tch« to fit hw wrhl. EASY TERMS ARRANGED...No Extra Charge For Credit .-, -, - ,'* k&Jl';* "** - '' • .-" ' MUSiCAi"POWDER BOX A gift iht'll trtauiri for htr boudoir. Play» a loy«ly m«lo< ExquHh* c In lovely ring. A phot*. WAFFU MOM $9.50 Gleaning,

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