The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1951 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 24, 1951
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1951 BtTTHJCVlLLE (ARK.) CWWER NEWS FACW TOMB SCOOP!-We Predict: These Six Stories Will Break in 1952 Professional prognosticates and crystal ball gas- lowdown on six red hot topict: <1) POLITICS: Hud- least one shofshlnc boy will fluctuate violently. (3) drunks on telephone poles who will bo booked for •r«, bewarel The Courier News has focused Its edl- dies with ienhower iupport«rs and White House SPORTS: DfMo tor a rooXle outfielder. (4) M1LI- disturbing the peace. (6) INTERNATIONAL: It's torlal orbs on the misty future long enough to predict confidantes have led us to predict that both Demo- that the six stories picture below will break In 1952. crots and Republicans will IOM races neelnst Sir TARY SCIENCE: A new atomic weapon will be our hot that the situation will be just sf. fishy us What's more, the stories were chosen to give you the Stork next year. (2) FINANCE: The fortunes of at considered. <6> CRIME: All kinds of It, Including the story an angler will come up with during the yonr. Three hundred and one babies will be born in taxi cabs, nine in buses, two in delivery trucks. HaU will be named after drivers. A shoeshlne boy \vill find SSOO,- 000 in a bird bath and. turn it over to police. He will receive a reward of only one dollar. A rookie outfielder, hailed another Babe Ruth on big league debut, will be sent back to Two Trees, Mont., by mid-season. An eight-year-old school *.•» will win Army praise for her detailed drawing of a remole-cnn- trolled, atomic hand grenade. Qne-hundrfid-aml-six cats, 38 escaped monkeys, '11 drunks and one ni'ingoose will l>c rescued from tiie nation's telephone poles. A fisherman and discover box IIP lost t. an&Ling in will l.iinl a luita in its Kulk-l a I Kill 0 years ^K" wS'.ilc ttic same area. UN Food Group Defends the Boy, Can of Worms Fish Could Ease World's Shortage In Proteins Diet By JAMES M. LONG ROME. (!?} —One of the biggest organizations of the United Natio'ns has come to the defense of the barefoot boy with a can of worms In hjs pocket and a Fishing pole over his shoulder. He's on the right track, as the Food and Agriculture Organization of U.N, sees it—but the job needs to be done on a bigger scale. Two study commissions reported to the Sixth World Conference of FAO that: 1. Proteins are the most serious shortage in the world's diet: and 2, Fish Is the most easily available source for making up that deficiency, Could Go Near Normal The FAO fisheries, study panel said the present world's annual fish catch oC 25 million tons could be doubled and would go far toward bringing (he protefn content of the world's diet up to normal. ' Jfe Milk and fish are the best sources of protein, FAO experts point out it is considerably eprier, and faster, to increase the world's fish catch than to increase cow breeding and milk production. Two Ways to Do It Th« Fisheries Commission proposed doubling the world's present catch by two means: 1. Sprenriing the techniques and equipment for more scientific commercial fishing; and 2. Greatly increasing the present use of "planted" fish culture in ponds. FAO .already'Is operating Fisheries centers in Southeast Asia, where fish constitute the sole source of food protein for hundreds of thousands of people. Another big fisheries center probably win be started next year for Latin America, possibly located In Chile. Artificial Pond Plans for artificial pond and stream fish culture are being worked A out for parts of Africa where lack " of protein is blamed for the widespread and highly fatal kwashiorkor or "red baby disease". Preliminary studies of artificial fish culture In Islands of the Caribbean have indicated that the fish ponds produce several times more food value per acre and man hours than nny other .crop. Noisy Air Conditioner ' Installed in Town Halt KUALA LUMPUR. Malaya (AP) — Not long ago a $13,000 air-conditioning unit was installed In the town hall here, Now the municipal officials don't know what to do with it. It seems they are getting 'complaints that the machinery makes too much noise. In fact, one complaint charged that It made so much noise that players family Planning Made Read Courier News Classified Ads. THERE'S SOMETHING A6OUT CHRISTMAS THAT MAKES wt V*Mr-|OBE EVERYBODY FR.IEMO Each year we look forward to saying: From Each of Us To Each of You Merry Christmas! CREDIT JEWELERS t-z LOCAL CfffPir Ml LOCAL PtOPlf SV LOCAL PfOPLf GIFTS 114 W. MAIN To Meet Dece enses SINGAPORE Since June. n a stage production put on in the mil could not. he heard by Ihe audience. Horse on f/ie Loose VICTORIA, n, C. (AP>—A fi\ 1010. vrhen the first, family-planning clinic was opened in Singapore, a total of 5,186 v/ovncn have sought \ by-lnw is boiiu; rir;v,\ n up to give birth control advice. OI those 4,G17 police more control over Irxisp hor- »,,.<C W n eS e anrt 347 Malay.. Thrfr! ^.^ ^^^^^^ family Incomes ransc from $7 to crn shed Ihvoncli n nvl IIJ-M. niul two S70 snontllly. Mop .sif;n;;, di-si ll])11nt; ti-allii:. SCRAP ON ITS WAY—A powerful electro-magnetic craiw htfttta blocks of scrap, weighing about 400 pounds each, onto £ railroadl car in Newark, N. J. The scrap, pressed into squares by a giant crusher, is on its way to a steel mill. Shortages of- such scrap Sa the nation's steel mills luivc cnused great concern among govero- mcnt croduclion authorities. DELTA LOAN & FINANCE COMPANY OF BLYTHEVLLL! 324 West Ash Phone 2091 Ginners And Planters have your Cotton Planting Seed Machine.Deiinted Cere son M Liquid Treated* • Air Cleaned • Screened & Air Graded BAGS MACHINE SEWED \ Act Now! l PROMPT SERVICE — UP-TO-DATE FACILITIES. Add to your profits by early germination| elimination of faulty seeds; no damping off or wilt; no planter choke-ups; earlier maturity; increases final yield of lint cotton per acre, * New "Slurry Method" Blytheviile Delinting Corp. Highway 61 So. Blytheviile, Ark. Phonti 2860-2976 We say Merry Chrislmas to all our friends and customers ... We want you all to know how much we have enjoyed your patronage and friendship and we take this opportunity to wish you and yours - - Q holiday complete wiih happiness to last forever and ever! CLEANER - CLOTHIER - TAILOR Blythevilie, Arkansas Steele / Missouri

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