The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1951 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1951 PLYTHEVU.I K. fARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THIRTEEN President Blasts Recording of His Telephone Talks Truman Soy* Tobey's Action in RFC Prob« Is 'Outrageous' * WASHINGTON, April 12. vn - lW* White House said yesterday President Truman thinks It Is "out- roffcous" that Senator Tobcy (R- NH> has recorded telephone conversations with, the President. Congressional sources have said (list Tobey had told Senate luvestl- Kabors he made recordings ol two telephone talks with Mr, Truman about the Reconstruction Finance Corporation investigation. Asked about this today. White House Press Secretary Joseph Short said: "The President Ihinks that the recording of telephone conversations jj5 outrageous." •Specifically, Mr. Truman thinks Tolicy's recording. 1 ; of his conversations are outrageous. "As lo Ihe records of these conversations, as far HS the President is concerned every word can be made public," Short told reporters. Senator Bennett (K-Utah) said earlier that lie may demand a Senate playback of one of the recordings in which the President was reported to have said he "has the goods" on many Congress members in connection with the bringing of Influence oti HFC loan matters. . May Glvt Detail* £S£nalor Tobey. declining to discuss the Incidents with reporters, announced he will address the Senate later in the day and "give full details" If opportunity presents. T h e Federal Communications Commission referred reporters to its March 28 announcement when ask- eci today about the story. T h iv I announcement repeated FCC regulations which, in substance, hold tha r £ it Is illegal to use ft phone conversation recorder that does .not give a warning that a conversation is being recorded. The local devise, the announcement said, sounds a distinctive tone, or beep, about every 15 seconds. Tobey had been quoted as saying he regarded the white Hou.se conversation an effort by the President to intimidate him. Tobey, the name source *rud, loUl the subcommittee he also recorded *. later conversation with Mr, Truman, and lhat in the -second phone U!k the President withdrew the Accusations. H was learned the subcommittee: received the testimony ol an "of.1 the record" basis, and did not fn- Falling Wool Prices Won't Mean Lower Cost Clothing K.v K1CHAIU, FISK.R {For Sam Diiwson) NKW YORK, April 12. (AP>— Don't let those slipping raw wool prices In Australia fool you. They've dropped about 30 per cent since Easier, But that doesn't mean cheaper clothing next fall, The biggest boom in the history of I he Australian woo) growing industry began more than a yenr ago. Prices of fine apparel wools made new records almost daily as they climbed to astronomical heights. At the end of March they began to slip. But they've got a long way to slide before they get to pre-boom levels. A leading New York clothing manufacturer explained the "whys" and the "wherefors." The fabrics for next fall's suits are already in hLs hands. They were woven from raw wool lhat was bought as long ago as last July and October. The result In dollars and cents, he said, is just this. The man's suit that cost $50 last fall will be lagged around $59.50 when nexl fall comes. After thai? It's jusl a SUCAS. What Tds M Ihe next fiscal year. It was military buying, wool men. say, that pushed prices sky high. Many wool men say the price decline will continue. They believe the raw wool market may even get back to a basis where civilian supply and douuind will determine the price, Hut in the final analysis the mlli tary's purchases after July will tell the story. Season Closed on Fierc* Wudhyh'tya in Hoiut CAIRO W>—T h e hunting and yiinj- of the wudhytoiya. or oryx, has been forbidden by a government decree in Saudi Arabia, (he Arab News At?cncy reports from Hofuf Sawli-Arabfa). The decree was ssued to protect this nearly ex- inct animal which can be found only in Arabia lotiay, ANA's dispatch adds. The oryx Is said to be quite ferocious. H has two straight horns from 21 lo 30 inches long, and has been seen to charge its enemies siiici umir lLa juai a &UI:A.?. trim*, " men's wear will cost hi the spring Ut great speed. Bedouins commoner 1952 depends upon the military 'V believe that its flesh Das unusu»l . liealmi: powers. Home swear lhat it elude It in its official records. Tobcy, although not a member, has participated in the subcommittee's recent public hearings, called by Chairman Pulbrlghl (D-Ark) to back its charges that an influence. , ¥ .,,,.. i .,v Ji —, ,,, ~. ..., ring extending i n to "the White | The comptroller of the currency yes helps to mend broken bones in short UIHR. Bonk Call Is Issued WASHINGTON, April 12. Wj — House has enjoyed art Imporper voice In the making of loans by the RFC. terday issued a call for a statement of the condition of all national banks at the clost of business April 9. om w here I sit ... oe Marsh Curly Loses A Lamb But Keeps A Friend Awhile back Curly Lnwson ran inlo trouble when he started lo raise sheep. A bitf fuss woke him up nne night — but U was tun Sale- One f his best ewes was lost. He figured his neighbor'* do^ v-as jfuilty, bill what could he do'? Here's how Curly said he solved th« problem. "I took the ewe's orphan Ininb and pave it to the little boy of my neighbor who owned that doR. Weil, before long- his whole family took such R liking to the lamb that they got rid of the ornery dog! Now no one's fonder of dogs than F am, but this one was just born bad. Since then, no more trouble!" From whore 1 sit, Curly played it smart by looking ahead, l/ikc the way Andy over al the Garden TIT* ern worVa through the Self-Rejf- ulntiun Program sponsored bj th« lirewiny Industry. Under this rol- imUry program, retailers selling beer ro-operale by keeping Ihelr p la res of business clean, bright, and orderly. Andy, like Curly, believes in insuring snccesa with • "good neighbor policy!" rigfil. 1931. i'ni'.r:! Slal'i Dievjers Fnun/taHoti America's A guarantee that assures you many years of unfailing servic* that meant absolut* dep»nda bility. TOPS IN VALUE — fops in looks — *o it's your best buy of all! And it washes so quick and easy. Turns out such a perfect wash that owners say, 'You just can't beat a Dexter*. So, see this great washer today! PRICES AS LOW AS $119.95T MOORE'S FURNITURE CD, 306 East Main Phon« 2660 SATURDAY That's The Day After Tomorrow — April 14th. You're Invited to Come By and Save at Glin Harrison & Son Furniture Co. • REAL BUYS IN NEW AND USED FURNITURE • You Know the Manager RAYMOND MICHIE These Special Prices Good for 2 DAYS ONLY! FREE PRIZE! FAMOUS 'SCHWINN-BUILT" BOYS BICYCLE Comf In anrl re^'slcr either Friday or S&lurda? for tl\3s snecEal jirl/.c. There's nothing to buy and yon don't have lo be present nl the drawing Sa'turdny afternoon at <:00 In order to win. Vns, ll'.i a shining red Sclnvlnn-Ilulll Hoys nicycle . , , recognlxetl »s our of the best c|ti;il- Ity hikes you c:in ft«d. S« come In and sTgn your mime. Register Friday Or Saturday HERE'S WHY YOU SAVE AT GLIN HARRISON'S! There is a very special reason why you really Save money al Glin Harrison's. Mosl of our used furniture is s>|H'.cia!ly purchased from a SI. Louis concern—it's unusually high qunlily furniture priced ;t( tremendous savings to you. In addiliiin our location 1 block off Main Slreel is out of the high rent tlislricl—and lhat .savings to tis means lower prices lo you. You can place your confidence in this store owncd'i and operated by Glin Harrison... now in his 15th year of business in BlylhcvUle. The si ore of savings. Below we show you examples of Ihe everyday low prices on our used furniture . . . i-acli is the lowest price in its group. There are other higher prices for heller tjualily—but each is a wonderful buy. Everyday Prices on Used Furniture" 9-l'c. Dining Koom Suite.. .§118.50 2-[>c. Living Room Suile. ..$29.95 •1-I'c. liedroom Suite.. .5-19.95. 5-Pc. Dinette Suilc.. .59.95. Good used Ice Hoxcs. . .$'.).95. Washing Machines, all brands— s & electric.. .?19.95. Odd Dressers.. .59.95. Rollaway Beds & Mattresses... $12.95. . • Simmons all-mclal Bed...$2.95. • Oil Cook Stoves, nil makes, upright &'' table lini...S'l.tt». • Klcctric Stoves, I lot point, iX'orge S: others. ,.$'19.9. r i. • Odd Couches...SI.95. » • Uadios, electric & lialtery.. .5-1.95 • Kitchen Cabinets.. .SI 2.95. • Electric Refrigerators, all brands . ..§98.50. • Coal & Wood Cook Stoves... 512.95. • Sewing .Machines, treadle and electric.. .$.'M.95. PLAN TO COME BY FRIDAY OR SATURDAY! GLIN HARRISON & SON FURNITURE CO. One block off Main Street—517 West Ash *ND TABLES Wh;, e n_ Lojt ; 8l c

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