The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 14, 1949 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, JULY 14, 194» BLYTHRVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS EGA Will Oppose McClellan Plan Arkansas Senator Wants Farm Product . Allotment Frozen W ASHING COH July 14. (/Pj—A proposal by Senator McClellan of Arkansas to freeze some $1,500,HO,000 In U.S. farm product tnto tr^e earning year's Marshal Plan tementa aroused alarm yesterday the Economic Cooperation Administration. The agricultural surplus rider was tucked Into ECA's fiscal 1950 appropriation and approved Tuesday by the Senate Approoriati'i-i.i Committee Tlv bill provides (3.178.000.000 for second-year funds. One ECA official privately called the amendment a "horrible straitjacket" on the agency's effort to Bdminlstor he recovery program Others predict It might "waste" 5200.000000 to '500.000.000 In ECA funds through shipments of goods not needed or wanted abroad. However, a spokesman depreclat ert reports t' at high officials would resign In a group if the ri:!er became law. or thflt ll c in- cli'slon was the cause of Administrator 'Paul Q. Hoffman's visit to the White House Tuesday. The ~ nendn ent offered by Me. Clcllan would reqi're ECA to pui up dollars for ngricultnrnl commocl. ity shipments in exactly th* nmnunls Given in ECA's estimate Europe's needs. suhnv" (1 d in March Proposal Explained In other words, England would Attorney Genera/ Rules >it Retirement System Of Highway Department LITTLJS ROCK, July It. deaibmhip In the State Highway Department retirement system 1» mandatory for all employe* who »rn J2.400 or more annually, At- orney General Ike Murry ruled 'Mltrday. The IMS act setting up the re- Irement system for highway department employee provides optional Membership for employes earning ess than $2.400. Highway Department attorney Murray o. Reed asked he attorney general if that option extended to he higher-paid em- ployes. 'Cinderella Star' Jennifer Jones Weds Producer-Boss David Selznick PAGE ELEVEN have to take the full amount of cotton, tobacco, wheat or other farm products then estimated u required. Otherwise these funds would be withheld; ECA would have no llscrction to shift them to machinery, oil or other products for which Britain might report » greater need. Marshall Plan supporters planned to put up a strong fight to defeat the amendment in the Senate. McCi-'lan, I explaining his amendmen' to a reporter, said: "These funds e frozen for farm nmducts. "We're saving to ECA In this nmcnclment that you can't use this money for machinery and 'her tilings This money Is frozen for buying agricultural commodities which you asked its' to approve." When told that ECA officials were objecting. McClellan said: "That i- all right with me Now is us Rood a time as anv to have a ho\vdcv -- this matter. It's a good time to find out how they Intend to administer this program." PORTOFTNO, IU!y, July 14. (f)~ Hollywood's Cinderella star, Jennifer Jones, married her producer- boss, David Sellnlck. yesterday on a yacht off the Italian Rlverlt. The mayor of Portoflno announced the marriage of the 30-year old actress and the 47-ye»r old executive was performed by Krnest J. Stroud. British captain of ttie yacht, Manona. Jennifer, an unknown In Hollywood until Selznick discovered her, waa the first to leave the Manona. She was greeted by the mayor of Portoflno. She was followed by St'lz- nlck and both avoided newsmen. Jennifer—born Phylls Isley—wa; Just -n unknown from Tulsa. Okla. broke but ambitious, when she heard Selznick was locking (or a girl to play In "Claudia." Latei. her star role In "The Song of Bernadotte' won her the academy award anc world fame. Selznick Is the president of Selznick International Pictures. Inc., and producer of the academy award winning pictures "Gone With the Wind" and "Rebecca," among others He Is a founder of Vanguard Films Inc. The ceremony took place while the motor pachl lay at anchor a About half our food supply Is few miles off this picturesque resort pieserved In tin cans. row P*/C£$*T* MM And You'll Find Plenty of Parking Space at Mays' Margold or Blue Jean OLEOMARGARINE - - - Ib. 19c Pure vegetable shortening CRISCO 3lbs.85c Choice cut CHUCK ROAST - - - Ib. 55c Center cut POraOPS^- * - Ik53c Fresh Dressed FRYERS - - - - Ib. 55c Choice cut LOIN STEAK - - - Ib. 79c LADIES NYLON HOSE Finest Quality, 51 Ga. 15 Denier Special $139 Fresh COUNTRY EGGS - doz. 59c Mayfield cream style CORN No.2can10c Tostgood, tall cans SKIMMED MILK - 2for15c Yukon Best, self rising FLOUR - - - 25 Ibs. $1.96 Large, delicious HONEY DEW MELONS - - 45c Large size LEMONS - - -.- dozen 39c 6% DDT FLY SPRAY - - qt. size 57c TexSun GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46 oz.26c Blue Barrel SOAP - - - - 4bars19c MAYS SUPER MARKET on the Kalian Riviera. Mlxs Jones, In sun glasses and a white, flower-pattern handkerchief on hei head, wore a white summer frock for the ceremony. Hollywood filmland observe™ have long linked romantically the names of the producer and his top-ranking star. Then, in March, Selznick announced the marriage would come before the end of the summer "when we get e breather from our work. 1 ' Miss Jones will slar In a film ol Mary Webb's novel "Gone to Eaith" to be produced In England and Wales. The film Is sixtusored Jointly by Selznick and Sir Alex- 'anuer Korda. The actress arrived In Ireland in March and later joined the producer in Zurich, Switzerland. Miss Jones is the former wife of actor Robert Walker, by whom she has two children. Site divorced Walker in 1945. Sel'znii-k's first wife was Irene Mayer Sel?.ntck, broadway producer and dauRhter of movie magnate Louis B. Mayer. Elderly Woman Dead Two Days in Sam* Houte With Brother, Sister CLEVELAND, July H-(/I>)_A 74- year old woman lay dead on a davenport for more than two days while her 65-year old brother and a sister, 75, went about their duties as usual, Coroner Samuel R Gerber reported Tuesday. Gerber was notified of the dealh after Julius Pomerene, the brother, telephoned an undertaker Monday night. The elderly victim was Lura Pomerene. She had lived In a dusty ornat* 11-room house In east Cleveland with her brother and a sister Susan. Pomerene said Tuesday he knew his sister had died Saturday, but he didn't feel like calling an un- ertaker. "We were unprepared and weren't feeling very well ourselves " he said. The Pomerenes are cousins of the lale Atlee Pomerene. U.S. Senator frogj Ohio from 1911 to 1923. Theii father was Julius Pomerene. lone active In Ohio politics and a formei state senator. Memphis Boy Sentenced To Federal Reformatory LITTLE ROCK. Ark., July 1415-year-old boy who told un Acheton Againtt Loan To Franco Government WASHINGTON, July H. (^_ iecretary of SU.te Acheson uld restcrday he could find better use 'or 450,000,000 than to give It to Spain. Acheson mad* the remark et t lews conference In commenting on the nctlon of the Senate Appro- iriallons committee In earmarking $50.000.000 of Marshal Plan money for a loan to the Franco government. Answering questions, Acheson made it plain he Li flally opposed to lending giving Spain any American funds until It makes certain economic reforms suggested uy (lie United States, Acheson emph lied Hut the Suite Department has no political objections to granting Spain an American loan. f'BI agent he stole an automobile iu Memphis "Just to get away from I tic mosquitoes" was sentenced yesterday to serve two years in a federal training school. 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