The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1946 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 3, 1946
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT 50. Krug Plans Use Qf Big Pipelines Wor Project Soon To Be Rusfiing Fuel To Eastern Cities WASHINGTON, ni-c. 3. (UP) ..... SrcrctAry of Interior J. A. Krrg .said yesterday airan^cmcnis aic- beinr; made to use the nig Incli and Liltle Hisflnrh pipciines to transport natural gas to lielo relieve the coal shorlasc. 'Krug lest.i'ied ieforc the I!o is Surplus Property Committee. He said it was his iindorstandinR that K'Kiiin fire cr six dnjs the now- idle lines will b; iiansiMrlini; 000,000 cubic feet ol sas di \ tile Southwest lo the M ri li and East. Within a few more rial's Mid the lines would be ci another 5Q.COO.CCO cubii feet and within three or f<> t \o<Js would be carryinq 150,003.030 c«bi^ feel a day. ' He said the gas would help relieve the- fuel shortage but would not in any way solve the problems caused by the coal strike. Loiters were put in ihc mini uy Ijic Interior Deparlmenl vesterday a'dvisinK ihc War Assets Administration and Federal Power Commission lhac the pipelines were lo lie! converted to the tran.sportaiion of natural gas on a temporary basis Kjui; said. 'The s^ will b- t:ans|v>ited Into Indiana, Ohio a.'jri j-Yirsibiy Pennsylvania. Km;; said. He added lha (•lie lines could be lapped at a iiimiber of pnint.5 "mid will put it where the neorl is greatest." 'The i;rran»eiiieni eoniemplates Icasinj; the lines to liic 'renncssee Gas <t Transmission Ca. for opcr- alion durin;; the t-ineruency. '. Thuimnn Arnold, former chief of the Justice ijeparlment anli- irust <livision said the pipeline should bp .vo!d to a coajje.-ativc to break up u inonopolv in oil trans- portntion and distri'otition. Arkansas Schools Get Surplus from Government Muleshoe Post Off ice Explodes BM;THEVIU,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MERGER TUKSDAV, DKCK.MBKK i I unlinui'd from I'acr 1. appeared confident, lw>v.-.jvrr. that, H ni Ec vlii In the cu'tiicii chamber Congress could IK itfr.suaded lh,u of the 51. f^w at h" waWorf- ln Ihc km : run economic lu.Oon Astoria HoleflLl n. , \. ' will cost the American taxpayer It became the first ooslllvc Mop ' w " s a sn < Kl <><"«• builrtlnu. only invlo feet but Y.'im, it cxi-H'c'.d four and a half miles., A. J. Gardner, posting,,' ,u Mulrshc,. Me•'," . ', ,,. office, and when he struck the match. Ihe miiliin ; He- n , ' M ,•" -,„,,",,,,. <hcy were Inn led beneath II,,. rubbish a!on K -.vith a ,-lcr',- and' (w ,,' , ,,r,l e- liroi!re.ssm» nicely In the Mulcshoe hospital. iNKA 'lelcplmi.. i LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Dec. 3. t UP)..- Three Arkansas educational institutions today stood to ituin government-owned surplus structures to Eccoinniodntc large increases in veteran enrollment under the 01 Bill of RiRlits. Major Gen. Philip )3, Pieinini; Federal Works Administrator in Wf.shmeton, D. c.. has approved applications by John nrown University at Siloam springs. Henderson state Teachers Collcee at Ar- kadclphia .and Arkansas state College at Joncsboi'o. John Brown University will oil- lam structures to provide classrooms. :i science laboratory and field house facilities. The school estimated its fail enrollment at 'ID!) including SCO veterans. With, the new fHcilitics. an additional 100 veterans are expected to be accommodated. f; Five Schools To Observe Health Day Spr-i-inl proKi-ams in observance of Pan American Health Day will be conducted in five .schools in this county duritii; ibis week and next. II was' announced loday by Sidney ' Wilcox. health educator with the Malaria Control [>roi;r:nn in Mls- slsslppl County. ProRrnnis Kill be presented In schools In Blythcvlllc, Lnxora. Osccola. Wilson and Kniser lo commemorate advances made in Hie control and ivrevenllon or diseases, Mr. Wilcox said. Orluin of Pan 1 'i American Health observances was at the 1040 Miinunt conference of health directors from llin 21 countries In the I'an American Union. "We in the Mississippi o?i( n section," said Mr. Wilcox, "have more disease problems In common with the Pan American nations than any nther section of the United States. Malaria Is ainoiiR the \vorst and most widespread of them." :)«• L r rt lu-o-immili lectiiio lour •>) cd States. Nlcniocller will be n,e lir,,t •,„- rcsenuii,.,, ,,f P.WI.V,,,. onnanv h snenk to u,e American public. ,„ mis invite,! la the Unlied '.H-, l>y the W 01 |,| Council nl Clmr<",,.s ,, 1( . Ullsl . ,,,„„„ |)c ^.^ ^ ,| to i)..)il a .,.,„.,, (11 , hc „„„ Gardner were injured when Uriel's. All of (lie injured ;n Itiiin ami l-ug Uimiiik. r,j:c :,t Hie i Aleutian Islands, nvcraijcs day;; ;, year, with <i(. nse many uf ,|ic days H -iicn JO rainy („,, „,, ruin j retary Krnest Bivln in i Mati-ment said: "The agreement contcmplak's an • crnnomit; program designed lo ] make Ihe area self-sustaining in j throe years. By this program it is ; expci i,d not only to decrease llin cost uf occupation of (he ar>a hut al;,., to make possible the gradual i (,toi at ion or a healthy non-as- (trcssivc German economy whirn will contribute materially to the ' economie stability of Europe." To Increase I'ciorl Itallon The agreement Incliides a piwni: •<• by Ihc iwo governments lo m- CII;IFC the present ration slandivd lor licrmany rrom 1.551) caldrn-s I" I.UOO calorics as soon as me world rood supply permit.s. Hyrncs admitted lhat. 'he ini- inediaie cost to the American la>- jiavtr under the pi,,,, lo f , 1Sc lllo f.iu wme.s will he greater—approximately $100,000.000 more in ]34'| Uian il would have been if me two /ones remain separate, nut l-.c explainer! that at the end of three yr sirs under the unified plan it i:, i-xjii'uted that the I mi ,:oncs by o|:rnnin s togcllier would al'aiii cK.iHunic self-sufficiency. He sain that would be impossible jr u, c Iwo /ones remained seonrate. Hynies admitted also Iliat lie had tint consulted mcmlwrs ,,t Council of Po«:gi, Minister.? win finish their work on ihc liyc satellite treaties within the next, few days and beuin immediate discussion on Ocrmnny Twn Major Aims I're.i ntcil Byrnes hopes to accomplisu t wo major things duriivc Die d'.seus- slon or Germany here: 1. Agreement on an n-enda to be used when the Council of Foreign Ministers meets In Eurjpo some time next yer.r for H lull dress debate CD Gemini:;,'. 2. creation or .sjiecval tjepiiue:; lo v.-ork In the meamime in preparation for such a inc:tiii|> In iiddilinn. the Z\-, Four here will have to decide on wha', ijasis five olher Iiuro|iro;i countries will be allowed to participate in Ihe German discussion-;. -rh;> Netherlands, Belgium. l.uxembourK. Poland and Czechoslovakia not only have asked lo be h-ard by the council but In participate in !!i c council's decisions on afraii 5 directly affcclinj; them. Byrnes said loday dial lucre were at least seven question:; on which Ihc deputies fur Germany could begin wnrk al once. He declined lo eimim-rat'! Iheni beyor.n the fact tliiit ono of them, 01 course, related to Germany's future f millions. The agreement, lo bcfji.i bre;ik- the barriers bciweeu at. i or the four zones or was signed ':y Byrnes many BS nn economic unlt-nn. agreement never fulfilled. j France and niissiu have prc-! vented nil previous alens toward! economic unity of aermany. but' the Anglo-American plan Is oi»n to them to Jojn any ilin2 ihcy wish. CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Cost* So Little" WEEKDAYS Ilox Office Oprns 6:(n p.m Show atarU 7:M >.ln. Tuesday "NORTHERN PURSUIT" Krrol Flynn, Julia Bishop Also Shorts " Andrews. Kictiaril Cnntc Serial: "Whci Is Guilty 1 .'" Alsn Sliorls Wednesday & Thursday "Something for the Beys" Mile-hell O'Shc.i Vivian Rlainc "/.orro's Black Whip" Cliupl. ."> Also Shorts Wednesday & Thursday "What Next, Corporal Hargrove?" Hubert Walker. Kccimn \Vynn Ni'ws nf Ilic Day Shorts New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVEKV NIGHT Miitiiicc Sulurday. A- Smiilaf Box Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Sal.-Sun. 1 ,,. m . Cont Niemoe//er *o Visit U. SHANNON. Eric. Dec. 3. UJP; — Pastor Martin Nicmoeller, German c'nurchmnn who was jnllcd by the Nnzls, left loday by jjlnne Tor a Pate-Bran Muffins Good as Cake! {Tckc no sugcr. no jfrJrlcirmg.'J' Those now muffins made wilh chopped dates and Kelioes's All-nruu will make a big hit \vitn "s«cct-tootli- trs. Moist, tender, delicious— try 'cm! 2 cups Kcllogg's 1 cup sifted flour Ail-Bran 1 teaspoon soda J= cup molasses '.:• teaspoon salt I ;= cups milk i ;. cup chonucd ' ! CSB • dates Acid Keilocg's All-Bran to molasvs aivri milk and allow to soat tor 15 njlimlw. Beat cg s and adtl to first mixture. Add sifted dry ingredients nntl friiit. Pill greased muffin pans two-thirds full and bake In moderately hot oven (.100- P.) about L't) minutes. Makes 15 luscious muilins. 1 Good Nutritio 1 Too! All-Hran 1 piatlc tr..m io I VITAI, OtJTKIl j ' u- h r- a i _ AHNOUHCEMEHT ! 205 W. Main Tneaday "Murder Is My Business "Our Vines Have Tender b;tiita itl our KIOI-C i.s iti ;i mood and has a yjift for ot" the f.uiiily. Sparklinjr crystal •illiant lamps and other tiling that rcallv ari Crystal Hurricane Lamps that will br:c-ht- cn anyone's horn?. A perfect yifl . . . c a RITZ .Sitvcr-])latcd i r ay thai wnuld look simply divine covered with Christmas can- cly. SJ.7.->. EXPANSION WATCH BANDS THEATRE Manila, Ark. Candlewick Salad Hc-l dainty and yet so usnfi... Your Riiest.s would marvel if you had this . . . only Sl.,^0 FITZPATRICK -fowcli'y Stores It Takes Only 3 .Minnies lo Open a Charsc Accounl BLYTIIKVIU.K O.wcola 1'lir.iRnulil Sikrslnn Heat - rcKiilaled Kl.- Irons with special llrxii cord base to iircvrnt b. ing new "cxtcnsiiin i-t>n Only sa.D.->. r Lumps arc ohv.iys Kood tnrste and are an l>ecial item al our .. . . . from si.i.nn Two burner hot plate ' really nice . . . it'll in. nice present too! de Cordova Easy Credit or Budget Plan at Your Store of Famous Brands l.ANTZ Bros. Fruit Cake, th monry can buy . once and you'll kn NTER'J WARE CO., INC. 126W. Main St. Wcdnestiav & Thursrlnv "SPOOK BUSTERS" Mr. James K. Dovvcn. I'lntrniacist. fur- mcrly of Memphis, Touno.s.scc. has been ad(k-<l to run- pcrsoiiiiol. This another step taken by our firm i<> ac- commodaio our ctistoinors aiul lo fill their pre.scTiptiims ,.ui c kly a iul ctiratclv. THROCK DRUG STORE Phone 451

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