The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1946 · Page 14
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PAGBIUGBT BLTTHEYILLB (AKK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, EfECEMBEK 5, 1940 Fair Deal Urged For Investors SEC Chairman Speaks At Convention of Securities Salesmen PALM BEACH. Fia.v Dec. 5. (UP) —James J, Caffrey, chairman of the Sjcurilles and Exchange Com- inisslHi. said here yesterday that invespnent",, bankers ...should stress fair tfikatiMeni-of-the Investing put), lie. f- C'iflclang salesmen wno sejl t'ov commissions alone and who do noL lake rfcuyers into their full conli ileitcig CaTfrey asked for prepara lion oj (uh Information on Invest mentt; nnd for painstaking efforts to acquaint prospective clients with . alldejaits. , "Inyeslment bankers should be ciirertij- concerned with presorting Die integrity of the standards and objectives of security laws." Caf- frej' {old the convention of the In- vestrtjiipnt Bonkers , Association of America, "and -with translating theni^into tangible results." Hegdeclared the SEC laws, rc- is Favored By British as Home for UN LAKE SUCCESS, N, Y., Dec. 5, —(UP)—Great Britain today urged the United Nations to establish permanent, headquarters In Philadelphia and said iWhite P!a!i:s, N. Y., was Its second choice. . Britain cited "considerable [Its- advantages" to n proposed site nl the Presidio Army Base at San I'rnnclsco. An 18-natlon subcommittee lias recommende<i that UN establish Us home in Snn Fran- cJ.-^o or Philadelphia. cognize the profession as "a vital part of our economy" and said the intent o( the coKi>r.ls.sIon Is lo help, ami not to hinder, informed Investment. "F<u:tors of the investment bank- Ing business may or may not. Sfi degression symptoms," he said, "mil they can be met by one good antidote— strengthening the confidence of issuers, of the public, of the man in the .street v;ith savings lo invest." The wccklonu meeting here, with nearly 800 in attendance, Is lo be devoted lo committee sessions until Friday afternoon, when l!;e incom ing prcsldgil takes office. Holidays Bring Fire Hazards; Underwriters Urge Precaution Follow the crowds to PLANTER'S! for all your gift selections— Toyland on Balcony Gift Dept. on Main Floor HOME OF FAMOUS URANUS PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., Inc. Hr'cs have become one of the holiday's greater: liaxnrd';. Thl.s .one lust ChriKtimiK Eve in a iinrtford, Conn., Convalescent honif cost 11 lives. Underwriters say a fc-w simple precautions .would most Christmas fires. prevent lly M:/\ Service i rest of (he house, put the dec- KKW YORK -. (NIiAi. .,- Merry I orations up nenr the ceiling, well Christmas, and in case of fire wnlk. above the head or anyone .stancl- don'l. run, lo the nearest exit, I Ing. Keep all decorations away lietlcr still, take seriously these from chairs and other places 'people may he smokin 126 West Main St. Phone Sir, lev: .simple suggestions offered by the National Br>,ird of Fire Underwriters and ihcrc shouldn't, be nny chrlsiniHs flies tills year like the one last Christmas Eve which ::«st the lives of >1 persons in a Hart- fnrd. Conn., convalescent home. ci>]> youv tree outdoors until you are ready to trim it, and don't set it up until a few days be-fore Christinas, then put II In the- cor>!- cst part of tlie house. Shut off nearby radiators. Use no cotton or paper lo '. - i:n Ihir tree or urea around it. Keep L'teclric trains away !'':om the Iree. Use (inly elcclric lighLs and see thnl they are in good condition. When yon leave home, turn off tlie lights. Inspect the tree from lime lo time and see whelh- CT. no'edle.s near the light bulbs have started 1° brown. If Lhey have, move tlie lights. When the tree starts to shed its nccdtu it Is time to take down. (The underwriters say no method of flnint.- pt'oonng Christmas trees has proven successful. If you are going to decorate Die may he smoking. Use electric lights instead of candles for decorations and keep the lights nway 1 from curtains and other inflmn- mnblc materials. Koine cilln.s have forbidden the isr of Chrislums Irccs and other inllmnmnblc material 'us .f.liolklny decoration' in stores, Kchoijls ant( ether places where crowds'.gather.' In case your city hasn't, heit "are some added precautions: Christmas trees should not ue •:et up 7icar stairways or elevators which would provide an up-draft. riicy should never be located near doors or olher exits. - . .Someone should make a t\i- ugii Inspection every morning lo .sec whether trees should be, taken down and replaced by Iresh ones. Smaller trees are less hazardous than large one-s. In cnsc Of (he, call the fire department. Hitler Jewels Forwarded to White House FRANKFURT, Dec. 5.—CUP) — U. S Army officials revealed today that watches, cuff links, silverware and other personal lewelry "f Adolf Hitler and Eva Biaun had been ordered sent to the White nrju.se in Washington. C'ffloevs refused to comment on n cable from Washington which ordered the transfer. They would not .speculate on the purpose of II. The articles have been kept in tile Frankfurt Relchsuank. ;They were found lust year in Uuvailn. Evu Braun's diary and ^several pictures were ;eiit lo the •Wiir Department; several month; ago for use In the Smithsonian Institution, officials said. Here Is an inventory of items signed for by Maj, E. A. Je.sser, di'Miiy chief of the currency scc- lion of iho military government.'!) financial brunch on Nov. 18. 1945 A che.st of silverware bearing the i'ulish croun, repoi'ledly .sent lo Washington several months ago; i simill brown box containing Inn gold watches for men; one wo man's Bold watch wllii 50 dia munds; two pair of golf cuff links n small black suitcase containing $1,000 in U. S. money, 10 Engllsl pound notes and 100,000 Reichs- mnrks; oiie diamond brooch; on religious medallion with chain; si: knives, forks an<i spoons belong inx lo Eva Uraim. T H I S CHRISTMAS- All! How she'll ailorc you for your inspired extravagance when yon give her "Atlar of Petals" Hath Toiletries by ..,. \ Orloffl for,,^i,lh.in these exqnisilc gift conlniiicrs lies ihe relaxed ccslnsy of licr bnlhlinic "adventure in luxury" ami the magic secret of an alluring body beauty... a divinely provocative flower- fragrance that lingers on ... through all her most romantic hours. Brazos River Carrying Texas Out to Sea TOLECiE STATION. Tex. (UI --The Brazos River, n lazy Texas stream which in some .seasons in places can be waded from bank lo bank, is eslimated by Texas A. and M. College agronomists to be car- ryini; 16.UOO acres of soil to sea each yenr. An agronomy class checked the i mid-river state nnd estimated that nruund 10,000.000 ton s O S ' TeKas ; .insjientlecl sandy loam, silly •foam and clay along with organic male-1 rials pass College Station annually. ' ' .:'-.. —. ''I . t Keeping Up With Joneses Headache to University LINCOLN. Neb. (UPI— University of Nebraska officials 'are pla^fect by Johnson's dizzy from trying to keep up with the Joneses. • Six Robert Joneses are enrolled, cigbt Robert Johnsons and four Ralph Johnsons. Complicating matters further, there is a Maurice Johnson and a Miss Maurece Johnson. Liner Queen Elizabeth Docks in Now York Aiic Battle With High Wave SOUTHAMPTON, Bug., Dec. 5— (UPI—The Liner Queen Elizabet [locked yesterday with £2 injure persons aboard after what olflcei said was the ship's roughest At laintn crossing since 1942. Four British passengers wei sent to hospitals. They and 18 oth er persons were injured Monda when the liner ran into 40-foo waves. The ship sustained no structure damage. n'M was only 45 minute behind schedule, making the tri :it Hie average speed of 39 knots. Read Courier News WnV.t Ads. IN THE COUNTY COURT ,KO TIIK CIIICKASAWBA IIIS'IKIC OF JUSSISSII'VI COUNTY, AK KANSAS. In Hie itlattcr of the Proposed An luxation of the Brawley Adilltlo urn! Ilii' CiMik Addition lo 111 ... City of Bl)-thevil!e, Arkansas. NOTICE OF HEARING ' Nol.ice is hereby given that tlie bus been filed in the County Cou for the Chickasaviba District Mississippi County, Arkansas, a p mibh 1 of George Ose. and olhei Diking for the annexation of tl Brawley Addition and the Cook A dltion to the City of Blythevil Arkansas, to embrace the followii "Yerritory ' in the Chickasawba Di trict of Mississippi County, Arka: 'sas, to-wit: 'The Brawlcy Addition and the Cook Addition to the City of Blythcville, Arkansas, being carved out of the Southeast Quarter ISE '•<,). at the Southwest Quarter (SW !i>, of Section Sixteen S 10), Township Fifteen North T 15 N), Range Eleven East R 11 EK" A plat of said p:upused addition on file with said petition In the flee of the Cl«rk.of said Couil.j id the underjiened has been) nmed by ihe .petitioners as thci erson authorized lo act for them I i the' premises. The Court aforesaid has fixed le 7th dixy of January, 1W7, as the ate (or a hearing on said petition •id alt Interested Persons arc now otifled to b2 present In said Court on the date so fixed. Given this 4th day of Decem- D3r, 1940. PERCY A. WRIGHT Attorney for Petitioners NOTICE OF FlMNfi APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR PERMIT Notice Is hereby given lhat Ihe undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit lo sell and dispense, vinous or spiritu- ous liquors for beverage at retail on tho premises described »s Rus- ' sell W. Jackson Liquor store, 2104". West Road, Blythevllle, Ark. Application Is for permit to be It-sued for operation beginning on the 1st day of Jan., 1947, and to expire the 30th day of June, 1347, as prescribed by Bulletin dated January 1, 1938 and Supplemental Regulation No. 19. effective July ;10, 1937. i Russell W. Jackson . Signed by applicant Wearable, Wonderful Gifts! CARDIGAN SWEATERS lrl ft'"" £"";:<'• a "wool. Boxy style* with smooth crew necklines. Popular 'colors.. 3.98 FRESH WHITE BLOUS- SOFT WOOL SKIRTS ES '<> I'rigliten her wool in the new style* *lie. ?iiil« and skirts! Rayons. loves! Front |ilr«l» re- Bhinlung or atiarkakin- lcu«c fullness. Jewel lype weaves. ;32-38. 2.90 tone§ - •*——. 4.98 - We Carry A complete Lin* of J Sets and Individual Toiletries ' Ft. MolcKxl S«l — Alter of i\\a\\ -Toilet Water ond V;Vjm .'. $3.50 ' Pt?-MolcKec) S«t — Alior of f^a'a bulling Powder, Cologne Y'iile Extract, and Flower Pout. f-'jrii (fos« peloli) $7.00 ALiar cf Petals Both Euente $2.50 /.Mar of Pelah Cologne... $1.25 /.Ucr of Pelali Superb Face r;,/der (7 ihc.ii«) $2.50 7. ):! Soap (3 cokei) $1.00 t.:: :=::= (2 cokei) $1.50 All Pii«t Hoi TOM To complete her "advcnliirc in luxury". . . give her llie Usling fragrance of "Allar of Petals Triple Extract (concenlraled cologne) and ihe sofl caress ot "Altar of Petals" Cream and Talcum. 3 piece Fct—lavishly gift- Imxeil §125. DRUG STORE 501 W. Main St. EVERYONE HEEDS MONEY OCCASIONALLY! for the ultimate in balhtime luxury and afler-hatli loveliness... give her an exquisite "Atlar of 1'clals" Bubble Bath and Dusting Powder in liond-decoralcil jars. Mulched set —beautifully gift- Imxrd. S5.50. When You Need Money Use Our Personal Loan Service Before you borrow money anywhere, investigate our new and friendly loan service. Our loans are arranged with repayments to fit the income of the individual. Our service is quick and confidential . . . and when you borrow from us, your life is insured for the amount of your loan—a precaution you can't ignore. General Contract Purchase Corporation S • * / CI.YDK HARPKR, Mgr/' v 122 W. Ash St. Blythaville, Ark. Phone 464—Extension 147 Phone 507

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