The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1952 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, September 23, 1952
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

TUESDAY, SEPT. 23, 105Z BLYTHEVTIvLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN HAL BOYLE COLUMN— Ivan to Give British Tough Time on Claim For ^Breathless Bee/ NEW YOKK (A*) — The British have ju&t announced & breathless discovery—breathless beer. They (rent it with a chlorophyll process and (it says here) the beor tastes as good as ever—and no mat- I ter how much you drink even your 'mother-in-law can't smell it on yo'-i. But lh,e English chemists who disclosed they had married beer and chlorophyll might as well save their breath if they intend to tjrug they have something new. , I'ravda t* sure to find out later that breathless beer actually w;is first discovered in the year 12D6 by • Russian peasant who dropped a handful o( clover In a brewery near Piusk. A study of scientific claims etn- aiiattng from Moscow in recent years shows that most of mankind's i break-taking discoveries originated within the area of the Soviet Union, no matter what the reference books Kay. So fur the Kremlin's mtmposraph machines, bnMly rewriting history, havent' taken up Russian priority In the field of chlorophyll and beer. But thpv will. How Almut "Helxbol" Look how long (hey waited until they pointed out tha*. the great American gnme of "heizbol" was just a murderous corruption of an ancient Russian village sport, lapta. The only Inventions the Soviet ,-* propagandists admit the free world 4P*oame up with first are: M.) the pogo stick; (2.^ bubble gum: (1.) the waffle Iron, and C4.) the electric chair. The new Soviet thirst to be first In everything has.led them to claim they taught the Norsemen how lo sal) and pioneered the Red Cross. In 1948 they discovered that Russian clocks had been .005 seconds ahead of time for G6 years. Catalog of Claims Here Is a brief catalog of other claims: They Invented synthetic rubber, the gasoline engine, radio, television (oh. so they're responsibleJ) r sound movies, the tractor, the harvester the telegraph, jet propulsion, anc the first life from non-living matter. , Who Invented the motor car? A Russian serf 200 years ago, Wha did Alexander Graham Bell Invmt? Don't say the telephone. Chalk that up to good old Comrade Pa vet Schilling of -Russia, The odd thins is that while U'is. sians invented the telephone, motor cor, sound movies" and spending habits, they started In recent month* to try to live within their meant. On* of th* lint «Wp« was to buy leu from us. They say they wouldn't be chronically short of dollars If we would lower our tariffs and buy more fnom them. Many American butln«wn\en, however, say the chief reasont Europe can't fell more here are price inflation and Inefficient production methods. . Our friers Oe Up Since the start o( the Korean War, prices of goods jve export have cone up an average of one-fifth. Prices of goods we buy from Europe have Increased »n average Although down fioni their peak One of it.s newest inventions: an artificial arm that can use a machine gun. Wouldn't jvan rather have a fine practical artificial arm like that lhan a new motor car which, after all. would only take his mind o/f the class struggle? U.S. Exporters Find Shrinking World Markets And It Comes V/hen Most American Plants Need to Sell More n\- SAM r>A\vsox NEW YORK UP)-American exporters find their world markets shrinking. This comes Just when many U. S. manufacturers need to sell more abroad if their plants are to run full time. Farm products also are affected Agricultural exports in July fell 53 per cent below a year ago. Both farmer ;:nd businessman will watch the meeting in Londoi of trade and finance officials o eight British commonwealth nations seeking to improve trade conditions in the sterling area. Tile American businessman am' farmer could be the losers. Because these nations, like many 01 our former good customers have been raising harriers against American goods. Reversing their former free- txclusive of military aid. Every mellow drop... TOP KENTUCKY BOURBON XEKTIKM SUAI6HT IOL4I3N WHIUEV. 4 TUK Ml U HOOF. IHE SUiB DlSUUt.6 CO.. fUHKHI, n TlTTiU &(& W WM IOD/YEAR RE SfWICf ooooA"« \\ GOODYEAR TI /}-L- •*• *& * ^BB^^. H HI SURE-GRIP TRACTOR TIRES by GOOD/YEAR We have stacks o( Goo<lyear"s fammii open center Sure-Grips. Come in and let us show you how you can save when you put » set of these long-wearing, long-pulling tires on your tractor now! BUMPER CROP OF BARGAINS for Your Car! Rugged, Dependable 33- TIRE SERVICE HEADQUARTERS APPLIANCE VALUES FAMILY-SIZE 1.1 CU. FT. FREEZER—HOLDS 270 LBS. SPACIOUS 17.8 CU. FT. FREEZER-HOLDS 624 LBS. 244.95 429.95 Words compact, economical Freezer (shown). Has larger storage capacity lhan old model but lakes same amount of floor space. Counterbalanced lid, 2 wiro baskets and divider!. Freezer Walls won't sweal. $10 down. Terms. REG. 236.95 EFFICIENT 40" ELECTRIC RANGE Lorge-copocity M-W Freezer (not ihown). h itores more food thon old model yet fakes no more floor ipdce. 2 counter-balanced lids, locking chromed handle!, 2 wire basVets, 4 dividcfs, noii-iweat walls. 410 down, Tcrmt, REGULAR 79.95 ECONOMY WASHER —8-LB. CAPACITY 69.88 Save $12.62. Cock conlrolj 20' oven, Deep Well, appliance o"tlet. Hos waist-high broiler and Minil-Timer that rings 3 to 60 minutes. 3 Chromalo> top units and Deep-Well cooker all hove 7 heat speeds. $10 down on Terms. Save $10 on this remarkably low-priced M-W Washer. Non-tangling Swirlalor washes Ihor- uuy'i'y. [lets 8-position Lovoll wringer with adjustable pressure selector. $5 down, Termt. REG. 84.95 M-W Pump Model, only..74.«i NOW ON WARDS CONVENIENT MONTHLY PAYMENT PIAN J "W MX 5.00 , ,, Dependable <.©0D/^ Cx|is «ONT TRACTOR Tlll£$ ' ©H-THE-FARM • Tires repaired on the spot! • Liquid filling chained and replaced ! • Tube valves replaced! RUGGED, DEPENDABLE GOOD/YEAR < TRUCK TIRES today! OP «"?:» ^•^P ^l^& t p\f rottng WW MARATHON Goodyear quality built to do the job — priced lo save you plenty on costs. TRADE NOW! EASY TERMS! GOODYEAR TtRES GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE Phone 2492 410 W. Main

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free