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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO Two Additions To Be Replatted ••- Property Owners ,, Seek to G*t Land On County fax Books Checking of abstract* find surveying Involved In replattlng Pride «na Gateway Subdivisions was under way today and Is expected to add more than $26,000 to the total assessed valuation of real property Hi that »rea. The reptot was authorized by .members of a citizens' committee ^seeking tlie Increased assessments ;in order to finance a sewer district |to serve these subdivisions. • C. 8. Baggett, who was elected a :direclor of the committee said.yes- '.terday afternoon that the replat . ; «as authorized after a meeting of • the committee and two aldermen ..-Wednesday n-lt!i County Judge Ro-land Green. j Judge Green agreed Hint Din i county will pay Its share of rcplatt- Ing costs, Mr. Baggett said. Olli- ••cbls of the City of Blyllievllle, the ,St, Fi-ancis Levee District and -.Drainage District n also are liein'; .contacted In regard to splitting this .cost, he said. To Divide Cost ,' Cost of replattlng this area Is e.x- pecled to be about $400, Mr, Baggclt .said. W. D. Cobb, engineer, is handling the survey work while the ab. stracls arc being checked by Byron . Morse of the Mississippi County -Abstract Co. C, G. Redman, sccre- , tary of Drainage District 17. also Is ^assisting with (lie survey ;vork. ! The replat, Which Is pxuecled to ..be completed by the third Monday ;in April, may raise Ihe assessed ..valuation of property In this area ; to between 150,000 and WO.COO. Mr ";Bajg«tt said. Ai shown at present on the coun- BLYTHEVTLLE (AJlK.) Chrysler Disploys Silver Anniversary Model *,* "Wrv >- "}'"''-S*IW^nB^*^W^mr**+^rr™rfv^.<-::..-^ ••^•_ -,-_ * nch Company engineers report that he car has been re-designed to incorporate more than 50 engineering are shorter and narrower on the outside. Tlie Chrysler Is being manufactured In 15 txidy styles. advancements. The cars Have more Safely lus been, factor In re x-om than the postwar model,, but I de s | 8 ,nng 'The car and'th, wind." shield area has been Increased 24 per cent while the windshield wipers will operate over 44 per cent more area than here-to-fore. UN to Hold World Conference Of Scientists to Pool Ideas LAKE SUCCESS, Marcli 11. Iff,— The Uniled Nations announced today plans (or a world conference I of scientists suggested by President. Truman In September, IOW, to )xwl Ideas for conservallon nnd economic use of resources. Scientist.* and technicians from 77 nations are being Invlleri lo the tlircc-wcek meetings to he held hers Anr 17-Sep(. 6. Fuels and energy arc listed among the ninny snbjecl.s up for discussion but atomic talks are excluded since the United SUtes withdrew a suggestion from Mr. Truman's original proposal saying: 'I believe that the peaceful USM ,, AS snown ai present on the coun- i Relieve mat the peaceful USM •ty's tax books, (lie assessed valua- of atomic energy within the next t.inrt <« nVvint f}J fWVl lin ff .\A rr<ut« fr>rl Hflr«orl«c ntlnlii ,..,,1.1 U_ »..,..»!,. is about $24.000, ho said. This 'U too low to permit financing of ^he sewer district according to statutory requirements. ; Other Atenclcs to Benefit , The replat 'of this section of tlin ; city also Is expected lo re.sult in increased lax revenue for the city. oounty, drainage district and levee •board since it was reported at the j.Clty Council meeting Tuesdpy that ;much.of (he property In the two .-subdivisions is not lisled on county •tax books. At the council, meeting, this fl. nanoial obstacle was explained nnd action on a petition to create the Improvement district was delayed .-until the council's April session. , However, the regular council session is'scheduled to be held on the .second Tuesday of each month and jthe replat is not expected lo be --completed until the third Monday. This will result In either In another..month's delay or a special meeting of the council. i Mr. Baggett. U. W. Afoore nnd O. .'•ft. Coppedge have been named pcr- ; ma.nent directors of the cit-lzciu' •group seeking the sewer district. 'Aldermen Rupert Crnlton and J. L. Nsbers were appointed Tnesdnv Inight to work with these tiiree in ;»eeWng »'division of replat casts jwlth other interested organizations. ;: Man has-cultlvated oysters long- i«r th»n any other shellfish. fed decades might, well be oxtimiii- ed in this connection." After that proposal was offered the U.S. decided that nil International atomic talks should be concentrated in Ihe U.N. Atomic En- crcv Commission. The gathering Is called Hie United Nations Scientific Conference on the ConscVi'atlon and Utilization of n&iource* lUNSCCUR) nnd Is hailed as a companion pliorl to the "bold new proRrnm" Mr. Truman offcvcd the U.N. In his Jnn. 2fl in- auBiira! address. Tlie U.N. emphasized that Lhc. scienlists will exchange Ideas as non-government people and would nO(, take any course of action or adopt policies to put llicm into effect. The U.N. nsked 160 scientists to prepare papers and governments and organizations were asked to have authors of their selection prepare 490 more. Out ot the tola\ 6511 itiviiation.s to offer scientific papers from 0.1 comitric/;. 321 acceptances from 30 countries have bren received up to now, the U.N. said. To Hold Liquor Vote PAHAOOUUJ, Ark.. March ll._ W—Greene County will vole March 31 on whether it retains legalized snle of liquor nnd beer. The date McClcllan Sees Tough Going for Truman Program LITTLE HOCK. March n. f,T)_ Senator McClcllnn (U-Arlo sees "tough sledding" for ['resident Tru- mnn'.s more (nr-reach Ing recommendations on domestic legislation. The stale's senior senator said litre last night he believed "the chances tor passage of his Mr. Truman's) program are not nearly so favorable now n s they were when Congress convened." VVllh Mrs. McClcllnn, the Senator arrived here by nir late yesterday from Washington. Today, he was lo gn to Sheridan to attend Ihc funeral of his son Pfc. Mas E. McClcllnn, who died In North Africa In 1943. Aim tomorrow, lie will go to F'ay- ctlcvirjR lo vj.sll anolher son. John I-.. MeClellnn, Jr., University ot Arkansas student who was Injured seriously In a traffic accident Wednesday night. Thumbing Nose at Cop Costs Motorist $10 Fine CAMDEN. N. J,, March 11—on —Martin English. Moorcstown. N. J,. wns fined $2 « finger for thumbing his nose at Patrolman Patrick Crur. Carr told Police Judge John R Diuilnn that English thumbed his nose nt him after being'reprliti»ji- dcd for striking a pedlstrtanT;; EnsllJd) explained he had become angered and "lost my henrt." "You arc going to lose more lhan Hint," said Judije Dlmnnn •It will cost you $10—or 52 n filiRer." T)ie use of cocaine leaves is forbidden to women In South America. , ruled sufficient signatures had set yesterday by , been presented lo call a proposed rvM.., + .. r i — ..—..^.i...., * f ) i utLu jtn:,M,-iiLt!n 10 can n nr County Judge Harvey Farrell, who I local option liquor election. OPENING UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT CLUBVELVET HAYTI, MO. • Herbert Daly, Owner • • Charley Fowler, Manager e SAT. NITE MARCH 12 Dancing 9 until ? Mitchell his 8 piece COLORED ORCHESTRA Cov.r Char K t |i.oo pt r Ptrson FOR RESERVATIONS" CALL 360o HI.YTHKVIT.LK Associated Press Radio Hews Editor Dies ot 34 NEW YORK, Mm-ch 11— UPi— Mitchell A. Curlls, 34, night rndli) ',! eW ' S <•*'<"• o' Ihe Associiilcd 'ross. died last night, ot acute Leii- *cj»!a. He liad been III for four months, Curtis, an Associated Press staff members for la ycm . s> f onilcr)> . served ill the Chicago and OMa- liomn City bureaus. He joined (he rndlo news deimrlmpiit In New yrk In 1MO, and helped set up tne prftsent AP radio news service At one time, Curtis published n ftccfcly newspaper li, Lockport rtii f'' VCd two yeRrs ° 5 news editor of radio station WCLS In Jollet. and hc|, )ct i set up ,, nelB-orfc for the late Samuel Insull utility mafinatc. Arkonson Held For Threatening Truman by Mail w&^!if^ la ™, n3 ris c-iaiged here with seudliiR thr'cat- iI5 s to pl ' es We»t Truman. we was arraigned yesterday be- 'oro u. s. commissioner Lee Miles a id pleaded innocent "by reason o! insnnlty." State Hospital physicians leported he had suffered a mental n sordcr due lo excessive drinking ^wassaneatthetlmeofarra,^ Secret Service Aijent Neil Shan- vin. sa i d ,' Bta c'"»on. former Jessle"»e, Ark., school teacher, didn't « i A L? 6 lclteis to Mr. Truman; In- i,,t ^ senl lhctn to governors of wo different states telling what ne was going to do to the President. Miannon quoted Blaccmon as ihe "fetter Vag " ely 1 ' ecallc d mailing adding "anybody would have to be crazy" to do such a thing. Modern snowshoes differ in no «'»}' from thlse used by Indians when white men first North America. came to Jap Girl fludtt Polic*, Hides in Stranger's Btd TOKYO, March H_<VP,_.A jfl- yoar-old Japanese awoke (his morning (o f in() » farmer's daughter In bed beside him, hug- King a bushel sack ol rice. His shouts brought his wife- already up and at work. Later police came and aresled Miss Snizu Matsushlma. The girl was one of a number of arrivals at the railway station whom police attempted to arrest on charges of bringing black market foodstuffs. Without dropping her sack, she "ad sprinted 200 yards, rushed into Mlnosuke Matsurnoto's house and hlri beside him In bed. Police look Shizu with them. As Crappie or Catfish 24 HOURS DAILY Special Sunday Dinner 75c Simpson Cafe Ark-Mo Slate Lint they . dtp«rted, they heard Mrs Matsushlnu say: "From now on, I'm not going to get up until you do." Read Courier News Want Ads The name "Windsor" mean "winding shore." 2 Arkansas Student Papers Win Awards NEW YORK, March 11. WV-Two Arkansas stmtcnt publication., wol , rirst-plnce ratings in the 251U aii- ni.nl coiitrst uponsnva by Colum- bin University Sclmlnstlc Press Association. ' In the list of prlite-wlnucrs announced today were: The Echo. Arkansas Stste Touchers College, Conway first place rating I,, teachers coltceci printed newspapers classification' I nil Timber Times. Warren, Ark. high school, first place rating for senior hlRh school printed newspapers In the 300 or less pupil class- Barbcd wire as a defence nRainsl attack was used extensively by General Wcylcr against the Cubans and later against Americans In the Spanish-American war. Smartly Styled- Expertly Tailored- Quality Curlee Suits Whtn you slip Into one of the new Curlee Spring Suits, you sre certain lo be delighted with the comfortable, easy fit and drap«. 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FRIDAY 2:30 & 7:30 P.M. SATURDAY BOTH STOCK & FIXTURES WILL BE SOLD Salt Will B. Conducted by Doc D«,n • Don't Miss This Sale • Th« Best in LUMBER and complete BUILDING SERVICE AND SUPPLIES Builder's Supply Co, i W. H. I'ease J. Wilson Henry South Hi way 61 Phone 2434 BABY CHICKS SPECIAL! For a Limited Time 4A $4 <\<)s *? b l 13 per Chicks hundred L K. ASHCRAFT CO, Cherry & Railroad. Phone ««3 FOR SALE Concrete culverts. 12 Inch to 18 Inch, plain or reenforccd. Also Concrete Building Blocks cheaper than lumber for barns, chicken houses, pump houses, tenant houses, too) sheds. We deliver Call us for free estimate phone C91. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (AH Types Except Canetrl DRS. NIES & NIES _Ulnlc 3H M:Un. Blythcvtllc. Ark. Phone Seed Soybeans Our Specialty SPRING PLANTING OATS Also Alfalfa, Lespedcza, Sweet Sudan, Sudan, Pasture Mixtures, Lawn Mixtures ami other field seeds Call Us for Your Requirements BLYTHEVJLLE SOYBEAN CORPORATION Blytheville, Ark. 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