The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 21, 1947
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1947 Food Committee For U.S. Revised Luckman to Remain As Part-Time Boss Of Advisory Group WASHINGTON, Nov. 21 (UP) — Charles Luckman, with the permission of President Truman, today bowed out. as active leader of the government's food conservation program on grounds tl -t original goals set for the citizens food committee have been met. Luckman will continue In a p.v:t time capacity as chairman of the Citizens xood Advisory Committee, which will succeed the Citizens Food Citnmittce that pioneered such peacetime con. ilon measures is meatless Tuesdays and poultrylcss Thursday's, the latter since abandoned. Luckman took over the food conservation program less than two months ago. The White House announced today that tills work will now be under the control of the Cabinet Food Comittee, consisting ol the secretaries of State, Agriculture and Commerce. The President, in consenting to the release of Luckman, said the food sonservatlon program "must continue" nnd "be intensified." The President called on the American people to continue their vol- miary food conservation measures to help the needy of Europe. Meantime, Luckman williin two weeks will return to his $300.000-a- .vear duties as president of Lever Brothers in Massachusetts. The President consented to transfer the committee to an advisory basis because the program thus far "should result in a saving of considerably more than 100,000.000 bushels of grain." Church Calls For and Delivers Members COLUMBUS. O. (UP)—Members of the Brown Road Community Chinch hereafter will have no excuse for missing services. The church has bought a school bus to pick up the members and lake them home after Sunday moining services. "If schools can supply the convenience of transportation to and from school, we feel we can furnish free rides to church for our mem- bcrs," the Rev. Earl C. Anderson says. BLYTHEV1L1.B (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Hindu Co-Ed in U.S. Sniffs at New York PALO ALTO. Cal. (UP)—Even 1f American women do -solve their jreat controversy o( ankle length, tnee length and polnts-ln-belween lentils for tlielr hemlines, they still will be incorrect, according to Mls.1 Melia Yodh, 20, first Indian woman student to enroll nl Stanford University. The length of Miss Yodh's dresses is no problem to her, for none of "new" lengths Interest tin science student. "The length for > lady's dress, if she cars to be truly correct u well as feminine, it floor length," the black-eyed Miss Yodh said. A Hindu of the Brahmin caste, Miss Yodh Intends to stick to her traditional Indian dress during her stay In the United States—with the hemline of her gracefully draped magenta and gold sari sweeping (he ground. "Western riress is not temperamentally or culturally milted to '.h« Indian temperament," she said. "Besides I can get dressed In hall the time of the other co-eds*." Mechanical 'Bird' Soviets Protest Iran's Oil Policy Russians Charge Treacherous Breach Of Obligations MOSCOW,*Nov. 21. (UP) — Russia announced today it had Informed Iran that cancellation of Us 1946 oil agreement with the Soviet Union was a "hostile action" for which the Iranian government must bear full responsibility. "Tiie Iranian government has treacherously 'broken obligations which It had taken upon lt.s< I. 1 ' Russia charged. The note was delivered by Soviet Ambassador I.'V. Sadchlkov yesterday to the Iranian foreign office In Teheran. "The Soviet government cannot ignore that the decision of the Mn| jlis (Iranian Parliament) In view i of the preservation of English oil confessions In Southern Iran Is an j act of rurie discrimination towards the U.SS.R.," the note said. "On the basis of the above, the Soviet government declares a decisive protest against the above mentioned hostile actions of the Iranian government towards the Soviet Union, which ar e incompatible with normal relations between the two states, and places the responsibility for the consequences of this upon the Iranian government." (The Soviet-Iranian oil agreement to which Russia referred was made In the Spring of 1946, while the United Nations \vas considering | Russia's delay in moving out of j Azerbaijan,. Iran's mast northerly province. <Ahmed Ghavam, now premier of Iran, agreed — on condition that the parliament would nave to approve — that the Russians would have the controlling interest in an oil exploitation company for 50 years. (Last month, .the Iranian Parliament refused to approve the agreement, with U. S. backing, and passed a program under - which Iran w ; ill find and develop its own oi! resources. The program, a part of which was rejection of the agreement with Russia, was drawn up by Ghavan. Rotarians Elect Vice President Alvin Huffman, Jr., Fills Vacancy Due To a Promotion Alvin Huffman Jr.' was elected ,-ice president of the Blytheville Rotary Club yesterday to replace W. F. McDaniel, who took over the presidency early this month to serve the imexpired term of Philip J, Deer, who moved to Little Rock. Mr. Huffman was elected at the club's weekly meeting at the Hotf 1 Noble yesterday noon, when the Rotarians heard a vocal and Instrumental program presented by members of the music department of Arkansas State College al Jonesboro. Dr. Harold C. Manor, head of'the ASC music department, played two violin soloes, "Ddiischer Tang," by Mozart, and "Estrelllta," by Ponce. Thomas Williams, a music student, presented R piano solo, "Romance." by Sibelius, Two other students presented vocal selections. Ralph Bench sang "In a Persian Garden," by Lehmann, jind "When I tie Hell in the Light House Rings," by Solmail. E. Doyle Hcrron sang "A Dream," by Hartlett. nnd "None But the Lonely Heart," by Tschaikowsky. All were accompanied by L. T. Moore of Blylheville, also an ASC music student. Delighted Boy't Joy Turns to Tears When Man's Motive Is Bared NASHVILLE. Tenn., Nov. ill IUPI — MM I*, four-year old II. C. Boyce III was delighted when two men chased and caught his llltle fox terrier. "Cookie" which had broken lt« leash »nd scooted away. The boy's delighted laughter turned to tears, though, when the men. Instead of reluming the dog. umped Into the car and sped awny nle yesterday, Wisconsin Foresees Crowded Schools MADISON Mis. (UP)—Wisconsin schools are overcrowded now, but Paul Weis hates to think what it will be like in 1953. Weis, state director of vital statistics lor I he Wisconsin health board, reported Wisconsin Is experiencing a baby boom. He estimated this year's births would reach 60.000 lor a new record. He llgui'ed by 1952 this year's babies would boost school enrollment 51 per cent more than enrollment this year, with 27.000 more children in the lirsl six grades of school. r un With Mail Boxes 'roves Not So Funny WATKINS C'.LEN, N. Y. IUP) — :iate fanners in the hilltop townships of Tyrone and Orange were appeased somcwhivt when they eained two neighborhood youths would pay for their "Inn" with I lie 'armors' rural mall boxes. Twenty-seven of Hit boxes were nowed down in one nlulit by an automobile. Police arrrsled the youths, who were fined $50 each, Riven suspended Jail sentences and ordered to replace Ihc damaged mail uoxes. Two Arkansans Devise Aids for Fishermen U'lTLF. ROCK. Nw. ai (UP)— The fishes , u ,d die game wiiritciis may do their best to frustrate the fisherman, but a follow rubier cnn ; usually be counted on to help. ! Two Arkansas lishi'iiiH'n luive announced llmt they Imve Invented— and intend tu imimifnctnie— a couple of rishhiB nlils. Thomas J. Ev'iins of Little itock I lius Invented a minnow bucket willi | an ulr conditioning system which keens the ball alive in the container lor weeks. And Oscar L. Akin of llecui- h«s come up with a single unit Jlt,h cleaner which combines nil Hie tools necessary to denn fish—plus a bottle opener lor nomt measure. PAGE vcloped the houso In flumes. One of the youiin children hud pained kerosene on Ihu stove. Mi 1 . Crumby WHS some distance from the houso Hi the time of Hi,, explosion. Six other children of the liimlly were ui school. Polsoiiliij snakes In India kill about 25,000 pcr.sons annually. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock (Jim I'M n I ce<l Host I'rk'cs Kirby Drug StoreS Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Size T. L MABRY m .MISSOURI ST. PH. J621 City Radio -Service- Dial-2407 for Expert K*p«ln iy Cut Mate M. Felix A. Carney President of Mexico To Get Luxury Yacht NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 30. (Up)— " fttr h<v ' e l" s ' Jammry. Trumann Mother Saves Three Children Trapped When Home is Ignited JONliSIlORO. Ark., Nov. 21. (UP) —A Truinniin woman who rescued three of her children when itidi- home enuglil lire, wiis In a ciiticnl condition today In a .loiicsboro hos- | Mrs. Nnllinn Crumby. 34, curried her rlilldreii—Shirley Ann, 3. Frnnces. 3, and Mary Jane, ft—to safety after u wood stove exploded nnd en- j 7 1 Airlines and Airports In Four Cities Equipped [For Instrument Landings ! WASHINGTON, NOV. 21. (UP)— ', Eleven scheduled airlines and alr- I ports In to cities ar c all set for instrument landings this Winter, according to T. p. Wright, civil aeronautics administrator. He said the 11 airlines now have authority to operate at low ceilings and short visibility with the aid of landing Instruments. The airlines are Braniff, Chicago and Southern. Continental, Delta, Eastern, National. Northeast, Pan .American. Southwest Airways and United. I Instrument landings have been 1 authorized at Atlanta, Raleigh. Charleston. Jacksonville, Tallahas- ; see. Nashville, Knoxville, Memphis, Jackson, and New Orleans. The 'Horten 6," 78-foot, swepl- back wing glider buill by two German youths in 1944. is now being studied by American flight engineers in Hawthorne. Calif., for possible do^igrt improvements on the flying wing principle. Described as "the nearest thing to a bird ever designed." the one-man crofl is credited with setting world's altitude record of 39.000 feet. Pilol must knee] io operate the glider Strange Sounds Heard LOW GAP. Ark., Nov. 21. (UP) — The folks in Low Gap, Ark., are . wondering whether someone hasn't j set the calendar back to Halloween. At various times this week, residents of this Van Buren community have reported noises coming from the surrounding hills which sounded like a panther, a lynx, a cougar, a wolf and a bobcat. PILES TROUBLE? For Quick Relief DON'T UF.I.AT ANT LONttKR! Now. * relieve (liAlroMlnx°lllKc "inf'uri'or^pafti— lt<:Ii— [rfltiillon tine to piles. Tenda In soften and nhrlnk •w«1H»*. Use thlx uroven iJoctor'a formula. You'll he a in a IP.I HI In .»pcccly act Inn relief. Ask vour druccist lodny for Thornton A Minor* Rfictnl Ointment or Hurposltorfp?. Piillm? land Instructions. For sala *.t All druj siortm. HUNTERS! Protect your health with HOOD Sportsman Boots and DRYBAK Hunting Clothing. High Prices Got You Baffled? Why Not Dine At The Dixieland? And bring the company, ton. Everyone is sure to enjoy our sumptuously . prepared food when you bring them here for a real treat. Pleasant, friendly atmosphere, reasonable prices. * Fresh Fried Crappie * Chicken-N-Basket * Sizzling Steaks Dixieland Cafe A dislrii'l court Jury lute yrsu-rilny ! returned a verdict of pulHy. with .1 1 ninnriiitory death sentence. Davis was churned with shootliu Trouper Cyril J. rtfichcit, ol Ciiilf'- porl, Mi!*. Keichm died ol the A 168-Ioot luxury yacht, ordered by Mexican millionaire baseball mag- im;c Jorje Pa.sqticl. today was turned over 10 a Mexican crew tor delivery to President Mlpuel Alemnn. I The Sotnvcnto. a.s the yacht hns ' been named, \va_s de.scribed as one ] tt <"n«ls. of the most luxurious ever built by Principal state witness was Clmiv Hii;p.ins, Inc. liere. I ll ' s McSorley. 21, ol Uctroit.- who Capl. Raphael Ortiz ZarRle and ! I'!? 1 '' !!."!. hl! Sllw D " vls " lc lllc f »a cicw t-f 16 were to leave today to take the yitchl to Acapulco. Mexico. Tile cralt was accepted for President Alcman by Marian A. Amnclnr. Mexican vice-consul In New Orleans. ' 1 TO tXWTAKT MOTHERS Death Sentence Ordered For Killer of Trooper NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 21. (UP) — Charles Robert Davis, 29. of New Braimfcls. Tex., today faced : the ileatli sentence for the fatal shooting of & MLssissippi Stale Trooper , h, . 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Saucepan 3.25 Silver Plate, 24 pieces 11.95 3.95 SOUTHERN AU10 STORES Blytheville 3.39 2.98 1.96 1.39 I Ik- 0 * I * 0 * 0 * 0 i- A (I A II A I) A I A I A I * I) * $ * * I) I * (I * t i* I * (I * I * I 0 A II 1 Santa's Tips are Tops LAY AWAY W GIFT TODAY! j I j YES folks, lime fliej and Christmas will be here before you know it Early shopping assures you of a larger selection, better 'service, and no last minute disappointments. Why wait! Shop on our loyoway Plan! A SMALL DEPOSIT HOLDS ANY GIFT 711 CHRISTMAS Wide engraved wed-' *I»»K l'»"d» in MK Ro(<i; choice of many Jcsiuni. T hand-iet di»mor>rti in • bcnUltlulky dc- UK bind. DIAMOND SOL1TAIKK IN TAILORED DESIGN O F MK YELLOW GOLD Diamond brid«l eniemble in ing bc«uty ol HK gold mounting!. Dim men d bridal du«t with MliUir? in «n- gtjtment ind wed- KC iclcclion of latest ityle wnlch bands for ladies' witches. Wr will fit them on her watch and adjust (hem to her wmt. Diamond and nibi set in HK choice of settings Choice of her birth- slone set in IOK (old mounlinD, Rhinestone ear in large variety of itylcs Gold-filled cron and tontr, no-break chain. Lurgt choice- ol 1*1- cit style bracelet*. •^ Kxfiansinn brncclet ^ nnd matching Socket. V> S 7 9S PAT CASH OR CHARGE IT . . at no extra cost GUARD'S « Jewelry Store Blytheville li I

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