The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PACK TEN Arrtic Air Routes Termed Feasible Operations Delayed Until Navigation Aids Can Be Provided WASHINGTON, Feb. 27.—tUP) —President. Trunipn's air coordinating commtttee'^S'ld' today that esfabllshmenirpf n l r ' routes, through he Arctic to^NorthcTO Europe and Asia is feasible but that so far. lecessarjr ^/communications a " d javigattbn aids arc lacking. •^The committee, created by the PresidenT last September, reconii mended that a network of weather and magnetic stations be eslabllsh- ed^ifi, ;the:-Arctlq. Reports from these 'stations should be supplemented by dally meteorological nights in some areas. I ; The - recommendation was the (highlight-'of the committee's first /report transmitted to Congress lo- iday by Mr. Truman. } Other recommendations of the 'committee: I . The 'goyernTnent'should not sub- jsldize a program of iightcr-than- ralr craft for commercial purposes. % 5 -Oc_ejiri_\yeather reporting stations itt.bOlhJvtUintlc.snd Pacific should be jnaintained along with related communications and search and rescue services. CLYTKEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mom 'flBBecfs Her Valentine Baby AltliouKli horn on St. V;ilenline's Day, the baby,two-toed sloth nt ChlciiKo'ii Lincoln I'ark zoo has huil very lilllc love, bemuse the younp.sler's inalhcr (.'ays no attention (o it at all. Koo allemlrmls . rigged the cioth-wr.-ipped stick shown above for Hie baby to cling to nnd they food it from an eye-dropper. Federal Loyalty Board Proposed Congressmen See Need for Purging Of Federal Payrolls WASHINGTON. Feb. 27. (Ul'> The House UnAmerican Actlvii-as Committee has approved a bill to set up an Independent loiierai agency known a s the. Federal loyally Commission to weed out subversive government workers. Chairman J, Parnell Thomas suia it was "common knowledge' inn subversive groups have baen trying for several years lo undermine this government by planting agents nnd sympathizers on the federal payroll. "Tills proposed commlssion/'iie AFmy Releases P, Fluorine-Treated Water Tried Out in Illinois J EVANSTON. ill. (UP)—Evanston 'health authorities say a drink ul jwater a day will keep the dentist way when they add « chemical to he water supply. The.experiment is part of n 14>-ear health program launched a ./ear ago to cut down tooth decay flu Evanston and Skokle, III. Dentists are examining all school children in the two Chicago suburbs. After the examinations have b;en completed, the decay-preventing chemical—fiourine—will be added to the -water supply us it passes JthroYigh the -Evanston pumping •station. | "One part of flourlne added to {1,000.000 parts of water," says Dr. H. N. Hill, who Is conducting the /examinations of school children, f'should cut decay by almost two- Ithirds." CAMP K1I-MER, N. J., Fob 27.— (UP)—Pfc. Fred D. StifjPl, 24, of R'chmond, Vn.. was released loilny after he had been placed under Army arrest for nllfBOdly falling to declare $20.000 worth of jewels lie lids brought from Europe. The Army criminal Investigation division ho] c | him for customs authorities, nnd a customs Inspector, Patrick Garvin. came here from N'Csv York City. After talking lo Siigel, Garvin ordered him released, saying that the customs nu- J:orltlos hnd nothing against him. Garvin said (hat. under ()ic law, any member of the mined forces could bring Into [he country any article for his own use without pay- Ing duty. Sllgo] arrived from Europe ycs- tcrdny. Likes Asheville's Weather But Florida, Here I Come! CHIOACVO (UP) — A forecaster, with 31! years service in the u. M Weather Bureau, picked Ashevilli-, N. O.. as Die spot with the nearr^i lo an Ideal climate In the country. Owen T. Lny, Kt. yavn his selection at a farewell banquet announcing his retirement. From his work as ji meteorologist, Lay s ;iid, he learned, thai, western North Carolina 1ms I lie host weather condition.'!. That is why he wants to live there. Hoforc settling down in his new home, however, he and his wi:c will vacation In Florida. Head Courier News Wruit Ads. NOTICH OF .SALE Dyes;; Bclionl Board oflei's for .sale Lot '10, Clock 2,' containing .824 acres. This lot has u concrete foundation for a theatre building. Two Simplex 32- mm. Projecting Mn- chines, one new screen, one Splicer, Rewinding equipment, and sound system me offered for sale. Bids should be mailed to, OfTicc of Superintendent, before Tuesday noon, March 11. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Additional Information may be had by writing L. K. Ogdei;, Dyess, Arknnsns. or colling 10P2. MORE POWER ... Dr. W. F. Brewer DENTIST Genera/ Practice — Hill— Special Attention Given Extraction and Plate Work OFFICK OVER GUA1UVS Across Street Prom Kress Office Hours 9 a.m.-* p.m. Phone 21J2 Sale! WARDS Vitalized MOTOR OIL In your container plus Fed. tax !'•=• Gallon Give your car the pick-up, power it should nave, will, Wards Vila- lizcd oil! Cleans as it lubricates . . . rids your engine of power-roh- Wng carbon, sludge ... removes stickyVarnish and lnc,,,,er from your pistons and rings! Lengthens engine life! Gives l.cnier gas mileage! Sale ends Saturday, so bring your conlainor.s •=!„.* np now! CliANS AS IT LUBRICATES Vour first Vilalizcd oil-cliange drains out black because dirty engine dcposils liave been washed off . . . carried out! Succeeding drains are less dirty, because lliero arc loss deposits lo remove. \Vilh Vitalized your engine slays clean! / THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1047 said, would be charged with being constantly alert and vigilant to disclose those employes whose loyalty Is In doubt." In addition to Its other duties, I he commission would screen present and future federal employes to see Unit they nre loyal lo the government. H would be authorized lo hire Investigators f>:ri attorneys (o carry out Us worfc. Coins of Stone On the Island of yap, .where huge s!one currency is used, the payment of « debt Involves more than a moral obligation. Several strong me nai-c need to transport the larger coins. I'rolecled by Law Porcupines In Canada are protected by law because they are one of the few sources of meat avail- able to a man lost in the woods wi'.hout a gun. i 'i'he human eye's retina is oiilv [ alxwl one-eightieth of an inch ItKAI, USTATE FOK SALE To prospective buyeis we liava a select list of liouaes—homes—ayta. — busi« nesses—acreage aucl farms in and around Illythcvlllc. Wo liclp fluauco sales. Phone •Mm. J. J. Held. IJoudecl Real Estate Broker. '' I ihick, I . SURE, PEPSI - EVERYTHING'S COSTING MORE THESE PAYS. POOP'S UP 92% - HOUSE FURNISHINGS 66%- BUT YOU STILL GET A PEPSI-COLA FOR ONLY k* AN OUNCE/ 1 RIGHT/ INI 5PITE OF INCREASED COSTS PEPSI-COLA \S ONLY 6<£ FOR TflE BIG 12-OUNCE BOTTLE, IT'S STILL YOUR BEST BUY/ I'epsl-Cola Kotlling Co. of Blj-thcvllle We Guarantee RECAPPING with Hawkinson Treads Let Your Next Tires Be GENERALS Cost More — Wm-lh Morq MODINGER TIRE CO. »1G E. Main Phone 2201 ¥ U. S._Verified Oklahoma Alfalfa Seed And IMenty of Ogcleii Soybean Seed L. R. Matthews Gin Co. YAICBKO, ARK. I'houe 727 ^\^^\^ij^-. \ V" 1 !! '.%' ^ \^H^ 'I -f /-W f n'w /'"/^T^" * "< J* grille's as frcsli and fnsliion- worthj- as :i Pans hibul In a new bonnet. i That long, clean, swccping-nll-thc- way-throush fender line is as much a "must" with the style-wise as white tic with tails. There's the sparkle of bright, fresh colors - the rich sheen of chaste chrome - the sleek, slick, able look of an express cruiser, shincd and polished for > Regatta Day. But is this the only way in which Buick's smart? Not by a barrclful! Look at the engine room in that bonnet—that means torrents of Fireball power to put the lift of a lifetime in every mile. That luig-tlic-road look means steadiness always—and cushiony coil springs on all four wheels spcl! serene disregard of any road's rude jolts. Look at the width amidships that skives you lolling room both front and back —and at push-button controls that not only raise and lower the top, but move door windows up and down and the front scat back and forth. And look deeper. At engines so fine- made they keep their new-car liveliness seemingly forever. At stout metals and sturdy underpinning; at husky, curl- around bumpers, controls light as a latlyfingcr;_at wheels that curb heel- over on turns, and brakes both easy and sure. ^i• Fact is, in this trim Convertible or any of the eight other body types, Buick's the smartest buy as well as '47's smartest car. It's the place where dollar-sense meets with style-sense to produce America's most wanted automobile. Such being so - why hesitate? A day lost now in placing an order can be a week lost later in taking delivery, so — s cl your onto- in now! *-£?--vrr-» '" "^ J ' T ^0, „ lhf AKT "°KL S . Walnut- and Broadway Telephone 553

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