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December 9, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARR) CQURIER NEWS Faces New Delay Contractors on Big Bull Shoals Project Cite Price Increases LITTLE ROCK, Ark., D«. 9.— (UP) — Another possible delay loomed today in starling coiislnic- tlon of Bull'slioals dam after representatives of Ihe While River Constructor. Inc., voiced opposition to terms of Mreii- bid submitted last July. While the firm had no) riled a formal protest, they reminded Col. Gerald E. Galloway of Little Rock, district U. S! engineer, of Increases in prices of materials and equipment since the contract was awarded last Aug. 5. Due to President Truman's moratorium on federal spending tlie contract was never signed. The seven-company syndicate was awarded the contract on a bid of $24,263,935. - ~ Galloway said the new development' will cause some (lelny in Etartnig work but added that cold starting work but added that cold construction until spring anyway. : Nb? V Navy Medico Copt. Clillonl A. 'Swansan has been named surgeon-general of the U. S. Navy, wilh the temporary rank of rear admiral. He has been serving as chief of the eye. ear, nose and throat division of the Navy Department dispensary and as surgeun nt the Uethesda Naval Medical Center. Read Courier News Want Ads. Thunderstorms, Dane of air Inivnl, arc- of OIITO types: air mass thunderstorms, mountain thumlerston-,::;. and frontal thunderstorms. German Problem Begs Solution Economy of Europe Held Essential to Lasting World Peace NEW YORK, Dec. 9—(UP) — Asserting that, the four-power occupation of Clrrmany so far lias been a failure, James 1'. Warburg, international banker, warned 'today that GoMmiii economy must he restored of (here can be no hn|)e for lusting world peace. Warburg said that the German problem Is not an academic question but "directly affects our own future and thai or our children." "We cannot reasonably hope for lasting peace unless n peaceful and productive German nation takes Its place in the heart of n peaceful and reasonably prosperous Europe, 1 ' he said. "This Is why a solution In Germany Is as vital to us as an "•••T^stlc problem we face today." Germany. M1 > snM. "whether we like It or not." is the hub of the whole European economy nnd cle- tuy In Its economic, recovery holds back Ihc rehabilitation of all Europe with a "consequent threat to the as yet, precarious structure or peace." vVarbui't; said .that Ihe problem ATTENI Tractors and Farm Equipment FOR SALE We have just received several new and used tractors of alt sizes in both John Deere and Far ma II. 1— 1943-M-Faripnll with either 2 or J-row cultivator (new) 2 — new B-Farmalls 1—19-15. B-Farmall .. .. ...... 5— H-Farmalls from 19..12 to l!).jr> models. (i— A John Deere from Vi/W lo ]!M5 m()( i e i H ., 1. ,,.,',„ 2— New It-John Deere 1 — New H-John Deere 1— 11IU H-John Deere All the above tractors are equipped with cultivators, middle busters and planters. We can furnish breaking plows and discs with some of them, _. ? These tractors are in excellent condition! See these tractors ana* get our prices before you buy rtg New, On Display at— T,.i, •"• :>," .r? " ' .'. ; AV. R. BROWN Brown Motor Co JKSS HOitNTU Manila, Ark. Phone 31 'DON'T JUST ASK FOR 'BIER' ...ORDER BuDWilSER" With more people asking for Budweiser than ever before, you'll never get your share if you merely order 'beer'. If you dor&ask lor your Budweiser, somebody else will. The world's largest brewery is working at full capacity to supply dealers with the most popular brew the world has ever known. So, to get your share, don't say 'beer', say AKKIUUR-SUSCN W ^ibtiMi/SaotW*, German V-2'Experts Help U. S. Army Examining parts of rcekel molar which is used for training' a\!Wi a White Sands Proving Grounds, New 'Mcxtai. arc Dr. Martin Schilling, |cft, Dr. Weniher von Ur:iun, nnd "ur. lOrncal Stchiliolf, all Germnn sclpnllsts who tire'now wnrkinB W llh ' llu- tl. S. Army Ordnance. iNKA Telcpholo.) be carriers. In uddlllon, chickens normally produce aboul.20 per cent more eggs liiirini; their first, year of production than in their second.' Home Town Takes Care Of Blinded Veteran SALINAS, Cal. (UP)—Erection of MONDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1{)4G a home for Arthur MoBride, who lost his eyesight in the Battle ot the fluluc^ will be started here soon, iisinfc.a' portion of 'the H3.000 donated 'by Salinas and nearly area people. The no'me will be built In a new subdivision on a J1.5CO lot anonymously donated to tin?-war hero. Furniture also will be donated. Recentty, the Monterey County board of 'supervisors approved placing of a news stand in Die coi'rt- house lobby to be operated bv Mc- Biide. - Read Courier News War,'. Ads. Now...a "Better Kind of Driving facing the world is how, to make Germany, now a "poorhonsi 1 ," again into Hie "powerhouse" for European reconstruction "without, letting the powerhouse again become an arsenal." Germany also, lie said. Is the "chief testing ground lor the great experiment in which we lire now committed — the experiment, of building nil enduring peace upon the foundation o[ great power co- oiierallon." "Every aspect, of the problem of building an enduring peace is reproduced in that, troubled nnd troublesome part of Europe which lies between the Vistula and the Rhine," Warburg said. "Betw;eii these two rivers East and West must meet, join hand's, and go lo work in friendship and peace—If there Is to be peace in this world. Between the Vistula and the Rhine the peace of the world canAot be wholly made—but, il can be lost- there beyond redemption." Germany was described by Henry C. Wolfe, author of ''the Ger- mnn Octopus." as a "potential menace that can hardly bo rxng- geratcd." "We had better face up to the grim truth tha't, the German problem is the key to the problem of Europe." he said. "If we do not attack the German problem intelligently and vigorously, we may yet lose.the war.-' . "Wolfe said' that the victors had fulled in their handling of the clcfented Reich "on almost, every count." "For one thing we have not carried out the Pplsdam Agreement." he snld. "We have four zones, each of which is administered differently. . . The inevitable consequences of this divided, conflictim; nlliorl nilo of Germany are starvation, fantastic inflation and despair." Without recovery in Germany he said, Europe is unable to revive policy. Hearth Addicts Wasting Wood, They're Told . WASHINGTON' <UP>—The'u. s. Forest service says that too many Americans, are enjoying the romance of the old-fashioned open Hrepiarc ai Ihc expense of the lionsiiiL,' effort. • .Although mill waste such as slabs and edgings are all right for I net. ilu> service said many people lire burning so-called hndywood which conld be used better as Umber Kit new veteran's homes. It -vaici more wood is used for fuel than any other purpose, iioitil- liig nut that about, two-filths of all wood taken from U. S. forests winds up in stoves, furnaces, ranges oi 1 iirtplaces. •'."The vain,: of standing timber frequently is underrated and trees thai are of considerably greyer vjiluc for other purposes are cut Iplo cmdwood." the son-he said. .."Wider use of mill waste such as slabs nnd edgings, nnd forest waste, would aid the conservation of better grades of timber for badly needed flooring. furniture a"<t other scarce wood products." ft Older Hens, Keep iiHets, U. S. Advises "WASHINGTON (UP)— An agri- ulture department country specialist bsheves poultry growers would be far better off if they kept .heir pullets for egg production •tncl consigned their older birds tc the frying pan. , T. C. Byerly pointed out tha Health and feed costs arc the tw< rjjain reasons behind the all-pulle. . The 'danger of disease is cut Because the younger pullets are not exposed |o older birds which may Indiana May Renew Bid To Be United Nations Site INDIANAPOLIS {TJl>> — Indiana may renew its bid to have the United Nations capital In the Lak Michigan Dunes area. LI. Gov. Richard T. James an Dramatic new tire principle gives you 14% MOKE AIR for smoother riding, easier driving, better car control 1AKE a demonstration ride today on the great new U.S. Royjfl Alr.Rlde. See your U.S. Tire Dealer—discover for yourself the n«w kind of ritlinfcand driving e»«e the U. S. Royal Air.Ride make* possible. And remember— you can order these great ne\v tires now for early delivery. More air— put» a bi«er cushion under your wheels... absorb* jolts and jaw...brings dramatic new driving comfort. Lett air pressure — gives you sao/ferair cushion that smothers th«bump«...8moutlwi the wayfora new kind cf riding ease. ' Greater safety— The unique Air-Ride design cut* <lown (he. lien t that causes blowouts. And (lie U S Hoyal Brake Action Tread givetextra ekid protection. More-snipping [tower— The Air - Hide' hun 3,108 ritni braking surfaces —tf,'>yes you more stopping power in all weather. . More mileate— Air-Rkiesrun 10° to 15° cooler. And that ineana many more safe, dependable miles. Heller car control— Magnificent balance mnkca the Air-Ride respond instantly (o your touch on the wheel. Your car is surer, more stable on the road. A Better Kind of Service louring and following the war, tremendous strides have been made iu the techniques of tire service— [ech- * You can set this ncwainl better kind of tire strvict'rioii', front your U.S. Tire ' Oealfr. In every sense, lie is a tire cxptrl. His specialized skills insure that you fetaWtiie sifetyanda miles built into your llres. r U. S. Tire Dealers have invested heller, faster service methods. Find • out loiluywhatyourU.S.TireDealer cau do to brin^ you extra miles and tflra snfetyof htetrnaforevtiymih! ora LANGSTON-WROTEN CO. tAy^i_.^A — i T*_.___ i ^ Walnut and Broadway' Telephone 553 SCRVIHG THtOUCH SCIENCE ,UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY nnunccd tile jiroposal will, again Be submillccl to .UN if Hoosier residents on the Lake Michigan shore do not object. , James fle\v to London several months ago lo invite the world organization to accept the northern Indiana region ns a permanent .•iitc for UN. "Here are values 1 know are good'? ft ~ If it's Hanesknit, it's a good buy • [t costs more now to make good underwear. At today's prices, il will ppy you more than ever lo shop for the value leader. • Into Hanes garments go 45 years of experience in buying the right collon, spinning it into our own yarns, knitting and tailoring these into comfortable, long-wearing underwear at moderate prices. You just can't buy better underwear for Ihe money. P. H. Hanes Knitting Co., Winston-Salem 1, North Carolina. ;.; Homembcr—II Takes Only 3 Minutes tn Open a Charge Account ai -J i ji i Fitzpatrick Jewelry Stores | £ CK i AI, BT'YTHEVILLE, ARK. ' 8| J Oscr.ola, Ark. Sikcston, Mo. Farafrould, Ark. J \ Winter Shirts and Drawers for outdoor men For outdoor *weeV-er,di or for on outdoor Job, many men tike Ihele popular,'heavy-weight garment!. Value-wear ir. every ifileh. HANES WINTER SETS Th«s* rrrtddh'-might garmenli com* bine ovfdoor warmth with Indoor comfat). Th* an)clc-1«nglH Drovveii are ol» tomtructed to provide D«rtt!« athltlfc tupport. HT WITH HANeSKNIT* -the National Underwear

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