The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 18, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 18, 1947
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IfonSajes Show Increase ^J. S. Agri Department ^Submits Report on*" ^SoutrTCenrVal Area •finding in spot cotton incieas- cdHhis week In principal South Cential Aie.i markets, according to thg^ Department of Agriculture. Stiles In Uic Little Rock, Memphis nnd NeV. Orleans market.; tot.ileti 10S;661 biles compared «Hh Oi- 039^ last week nnd C8.912 for the corjesnonding »-eek last Ail- xer^e weather conditions prevailed over- most of the Area and fields were loo wet /or most farming ojj- ciMlons Temperatures were most- Ij'iplsh' for inidrjainiary. Spot pi Ices -,vrre do.u) slinrply fiopi R week earlier. Middling 1510!.' was 3120 cents in Memuhls on Thursday compared with 33.25 cehts a week ago wlncli represents nljnul $10 000 per bale break In price producer cotton showed In sorncuint greater volume this week mu, v,as not offered freely at prcs- ,ent prices. Local ((notations for White strict Good Ordinary and ) Good Ordinary were raised 125 ))Qints on Friday. I Mcrcl^nt and shippers demand continued good this week. Pracii- cally all qualities In. the medium staple range v .erc In demand r-s- | pcclnlly AVhlle Middlins au ( ] lower. Most desirable cojorcd grade's were rejwrled scarce but the light of- ferjngs'werc snapped up. ; Mill -inquiry was n ? i u tins week More mills: were reported in the mftrket this week than last but I tlip volume of buying was light. | Mills were reported reluctant to buy in the face of decreasing com. iiKMity price indexes. Recent buying was .mostly for fill-in purposes. | Kiial national farm production ETwtls for I94r \veie announced jrafk .by the Secretary of Agriculture., The, final goal for cotton Is 23.-WWO "-'acres or slightly more tiijtti the goal recommended by the DCDartmeiit last November " An acreage this-large would be 27 per cert}, fore than the 18.20D,ooo acres Planted In 194G. At average yields 0!.£C3.;pounds per acre an acreage 'to the goal would produce 12,000.000 bales. BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.)gouR IER - NEWS ]lditchhil<esi6^50)Mifes in Wheelchair ' "* k- - . _,— ,~ • Wesley Kngquist, 26.-ycar-bld infantile paralysis victim from Frc- mont, Neb., grins happily near en<i of his 0750-mile hilchhikinjfi trip to Warm Spring, Ga., for treatment. Setting out in mid-' August, Engquist traversed 13 states, got 75 rides from friendly , truck drivers,, traveled some 550.miles under his own power. n ,f - Gqo,i Accord ligions." Figures showed that ap- iii. the United states proved that the-country was nearlv "lialr re- hBioiis." Figures shofe'd that approximately 54,576,S50 persons, or 447per cent of the toinl population, were churchgoers. Phony Gaq Spiritual Life Indian;*-. . , . £,»;i: Essential m Youth Training CHICAGO, Jim. 17.—-There is no better guarantee for tomorrow than the cultivation of the splr- il-iinl life or our youth totl'ay," Amory Hough ton. president, Boy Scouts of America, declared today in a statement endorsing the observance of National Youth Week. Jin. 2G-Fp,i. 2, in the United States and C.inodn, sponsored bv the United Christian Youth Movement. Kirtlcy P. Mather, porfessor of Beolotty, Harvard University, nnd president of the National Council of the y.'M.C.A.. lent a hoi»ful note when he pointed out that while science and technology hnve given us weapons making it pos- Navy Probes Near Riot at Skating Rink MEMPHIS. Tcnn., Jan.' 18. (UP) —A Naval Court of Inquiry today "'rnsil into cr.nse.s of u near-iiot Wednesday night between railors '•Ki civilians at :\ locai roller.skat- ing rink. Two youthfi.l civilians and' a sailor were injured, none seriously. A preliminarv investigation has jccn completed anrt 2> men have been confined to quarters pending outcoii'n of the court's inquiry Capt. \v. A. Siitlicrl.-iiKl, public i:i- forwatini-. officer, reported. Polio Research Pays Dividends Chicago Scientists Report Progress in Tests Using Mice 11V I'AUI, F. ELMS UnlliM 1'rcss Science Writer NEW VORK, jail. 17-A turnlne point was reached today In Hie i fenreh for a means of prcvcn'loii or cuntrol < p f infantile paralysis t A BI-OIIP of Chicago scientists I headed by nr. Sidney o. Levtnson'' 'director of Die Mlrliael Research Foundation, reported they had successfully transmitted poliomyelitis virus dii-cclly ;rom liii- inans to while mice. Such tin nchievenient Ion? j, a s been sought by experts In polio re- si'iirch. '. It opens the wny for a possible avenue to vaccine against, polio but its Immediate results may be j 'o (jive experts a tool to aid Jn the control or (he disease when it reaches the epidemic stage. Dr. Ijcvinson, assisted by Dr.s- Albert nnd Chester I,. riyrd Jr.. reiiorted to the National Poim- (Intlon for Infantile Paralysis that (lie material nsrc! in the mice was collected from the stool specimens from nine children who were stricken'in last summer's epidemic In Chltduo. I This is an Important- step jri polio research Inasmuch as previously the scientists, to determine carriers of tlic polio virus, j, ac | to use monkeys—a process that sometimes ran j,,to months before an analysis wjis ncciirate. With this new method, transmitting the polio virus directly irorn humans to mice, experts in the work or control or epidemics of the disease should find it much easier lt> determine the -person* who carry the virus. in Love With His Job SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, J917 .FARM DITCHES \W BANK LEVELING PRIVATE RQAB& -OR ANY James Schuffcrt, 20, hired as a baby-sitter to,stay with 13-yeav-oh, Dolores Low/nan, New Kesington, Pennsylvania, while her mother wo•<- eel niijiits, fell In love with his job and miirricd the' t , iv , Fu ,,ilv troubles developed and the oou,,Je parted but every!Innr. .-cem, ray- now as they await completion. of „ new home bein ? built, for t'.r-n, by James' uncle. (NEA Telcpholo.) Navy Recruiter" To Visit City , On January 29 nc-.v program of monthly for Eeirinnin vi.-'kim; Bl'ythcvilte recruiting men, the United States Navy has announced that a representative will be at the poslofTicc Wednesday, Jan. 20, from 10:30 a.m.. until noon to talk to interest Ml parsons. Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us will arrange to hiivc vonr remembrances sent, not just'but montli after month. Ask about tlihs plan *±FLOWER SHOP the -Motorcycle Club" flared violence. The sailors clrilmcd I s-iblc ior mimkiiic! 10 commit'col- lective s:ii:ide. at, the same time w ere beaten on occasion when they have opened a new life of, thov were outnumbered b-' the -.btindance with possibilities - for club's inomburs. The servicemen litimaii welfare transcending dreams teamed-uo Wudncscl:w a'irV -i 20- of the pas'.. ' - AmoiiR other leaders of crono into citv tliry JOE CARNEY, ' City Engineer. . educi'tion, government an i elision endorsing National Youth Week nre Senator James w. Pul- h'lElil from .Mayor L^c Price and Judge John Rogers or Tulsa. Okla. and Dr. Eugene Brings president ol Phillips University Enid. Okla. i Senator Fulbright pointed out tl it a proper .sense, of values is needed by youth. "Such uiulcr- s'ending," he stotcd. -win enable the leaders or tomorrow to cvniu- >lc. to discriminate, nnd to choose between that which Is true ami that which is false and illusory In I the affairs of mankind." j impute right broke oil t. Navy officials denied civilian - .. UCLUlu LIVIflall diaries that shore iiatrolmcn aid-, ed the sailors instead of ivUemp^ in? r/t break v"-, Hie dUturlwno fcettihg'a line on the National Poultry Show i n New York'* ^adison Square Garden are Jack and Jill, uv.a-v.-nnc-cre.sied • -: • • black Polish bauiams. Phone 2882 for a Taxi O. K. CAB Jack Marsh, Owner MEMO: International Trucks gel expert attention a OelU Implement Co., Inc. Trained mechanics and genuine Intel/national Paris avaii- nbie! WC'AC always •iricil to s ivc onr customers the host in c\eiy(hin!,'. Our repair department cnnsisls of only the best mechanics . . . handling the genuine i n(cr '. national parts who (ake pride in their work as a job well done! You'll save by gelling the best work done at the right place—Dull a Implements, Inc. DELTA IMPLEMENTS INCORPORATED NOTICE Notice is hereby Riven trim Skaller luis made applicnib-. ,„ erect a one story concrete and concrete tile building on i.ot 1, Bl-j.-:k :j Cark Addition to the city o'f Blv;lin- "ille. Thi;: building to be used - ~ :lmic. Plans and ' specifications FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tilo Sixes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb t Hwy. 61 at State Line Phone Klytheville 714 Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST [NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. HITTNEH TODAY — Bring Us Your Poultry Hens — 25c Cocks 18c Gccse 24c Ducks 24c Leghorn Hens 20c At Oi:v Kesiilenec, 1711 \V. Vine, Hlythovillc W. T. DAVIS No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDREW J. FLORIDA, Vicc-I'rcsidcnl PHONE 210 Mississippi County Bank Building Osceola, Arkansas T1RE.J4EADQUARTERS WHY WE CHOSE THE THREF BEST TIRES lives 'tself. Good- other Dayton ThorolH-eds a t - c datcii and guaranteed ior lik; of tiro Qoodyear—Move people i-itln on yeai- tiros and lubes Uian any kind. Hood Tires arc good tires, ask ug uliOiil the new Hood 'Custom-Built 400. We Mount FREE— Every Tire We Sell liiillcries :md W.-tsliinff ami I-;sstt linitrry Service. Oils. I'hon AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sis. FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 320 E. Main St. Ph onc 2407 P". J.C»HEN Contractor UNCH$LDG. BlYTHEVllli/mKr "••9fiOHe 3646a^2525 * CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS We arc Dealers for 12 Indies up to -IS Im-lic.s THE FAMOUS WATtfiPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. Yes, We Have New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! WIU, TRADK'l'Xm l.ATK RIODELS ! e »:• display for immediate ilelivory—Itraml n;-iv J^-l'onlinc ^Streamliner 1—Chevrolet Fleeiiine Tudor 1— Chevrolet Fleet master Tudor 1—Chevrolet Styl'emaster Tutlor 1—Chevrolet Slylemaster I Door 1—Slercur.v, J Door I »r call.'ive «•;:; -;y In (ra.le with you BtfO WILSON AUTO SALES" Phone 2037 Cor. Franklin and Main St. Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wrn, R, Overton -- county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years Kveniiyrs _ n«>;il iii, c Lake Write % n, )x -84, Roselanil. Ark. VASH TURKS' I RECALL.THIS HftSALWWS bEt't SOUR WINTER HOME, LOi'EL-J PlhCE...Vv'HM CO SOU . \T. :_ VOU'RE TOO CONfOtlSMO 40SES! BotlS.W.'WViE.- TeiL VW OR SOMEONE E156 WIU. yDl'SEE. I SORT OF. ER- TSMJEO THIS HOUSE FOR THE CUE WE'RE (JOINS TO NOW bl SWING IT'S NOT MMi.hBl.fc NOW " /TyUTTlE IftTER; ' VVAtTiPRIMES'." >K10 €0 THRU THISP,\RTDF TOWM TO/CA,N'ICK.\ RED Wnrsinif! A-^r &Gt^ OF"tr\, RTDER.' OOV ^- f Triis ^ ^feSSifr $ If-^^ «£' "* -s //r- & •£'• ; r<. on/ , N . Oll »'a Has Other T<leas ^M ? ; nPS.Vr R ^ TTV } p RA,NKLV.76ADFRVI IM C,OLD! ^ GOOD J I NEVKR ( OPENS IIP HAUL;/THOUGHT > FANTAST c - Iffl W D C 0 C PTV LD 1 POSSIEWTI!;S '-] TW V T J1AMI.IN NOTE :ir HAS BEEN OUR TASK TO CARRY THIS FANTASTIC TALE TO A SUCCESSFUL CONCLUSION.... BUT WE WANT NO PART OF THE VARIOUS LEGAL DIFFICLILTIES THAT COULD NOW BE THE FINDERS' LOT. f L.NOW, I SORTA RIN' ON 1EW OMOBILE WHAT'S/OH,I KINDA VOUR [ THOUGHT I'D/ YOU GO BACK /THINK TO MOO! ( AGAIN)

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