The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 22, 1949
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 22,1949 Soviet Politburo Ouster Reported Russian Policy Body May Have Fired First Member NEW YORK, April 22— OPl— Nc\\ evidence came from Moscow toda> to Indicate Hint the Soviet Politburo—Russia's top policy-making body—lias fired one of Us members So far as the western world lias been able to learn, this would be the first Politburo ouster in more than a decade. The man believed to have teen dropped is Nikolai A Voznese'nsky. who was replaced as head of the Russian Planning Commission in Hie same governmental shake-up and that saw V. M. Molotov relieved of his duties us lorcigu minls'.er and brought other top Ic' changes. The new evidence that Voiiies- sensky has been dioppou tame a dispatcn irorn Mosuuw touuy announcing that members ot tne I'ol- itburo liavc been elected dclegaU to the Soviet Trades Union Uun- gress, now iti sessiuti nt the Kremlin. The dispatch contained wha seemed to be a complete h.-it u Politburo inemUeis, v.auuut iiic.'ii- tion of Vozeiiescnaky. It named the following as llic Politburo delegates and "closest advisors to the great, Stalin:" Molotov. A. I. Mikoyan, who relieved as foreign trade minisUT recently; Q. M. Malcnkov. L. f. Beria, K. E. Voroshilov, A. A. Andreyev, L. M. Kaganovich. N. S. Krushchev, N. M. Slivernik, N. A. Bulganln and A. N. Kosygin. Two other dispatches received in recent weeks have omitted his name from Politburo lists, the first clue that hf may have been fired. Good Neighbor Juscpiime Bonilln is a real asscl lo Ihe good ncifihbor policy She was chosen queen of iVie Minmj Beach, Fla.. Good Neighbor Program, held in connection with Pan American Week Josephine Is well qunlitied for her tiands- acioss-ihe-botder viile since she's from Havana, Cuua. and now lives in Miiimi Uu'nch Scouters Training Course Planned In South Missco A training course for scouters In South Mississippi County will be started at 7:30 Tuesday night at Joiner agricultural building. H. L,. Ohlendorf, district, chairman, announced today. The course will consist of Instruction given on fundamentals of scouting, troop and patrol meetings, hiking and camping and nil other phases ol scout work. Mr. Ohlendorf said that it was particularly Important that all nesv scoutmasters, assistant scoutmasters and troop commltteemen plan to attend the course sessions. The session will be conducted on three consecutive Tuesday nights. The first, to be concerned with troop and patrol meetings, will be taught by Weslon p. Ellis of Victoria, district leadership training chairman. Scoutmasters expected lo attend Include the following new scoulers. . Emmett Wilson and Richard Ferguson of Osceola, Charles Robinson of Reiser, A. S. Caterings ot Joiner, Roscoe Phillips of Dycss. and Howard Howimjton of Wilson: and these scoutmasters with previous experience, Dewey Stott-s of Wilson, J. S. Olive of Lusora. S. G. Lockhart, Jr., of Joiner. W. C. Bearden of Osceola, and Harry P. Dunlvant, Jr., of Keiscr. Fulbright for, M'Clellan Against Housing Bill WASHINGTON, Ayril '22 M'l Senator Fulbright of Arkansas voted lor the long range housing bill wliiuh (lie Senntc passed last night. , Senatoi McClcllan of' Arkansas voted against it. P.evieu.',ly both had voted against ,m amendment which would have banned segregation in any federal aid projects. Truman Meets Cabinet WASHINGTON, April Ti— (/!')— President Truman met will! his cabinet for 30 minutes loday. Members declined to say aflcr- wards wh:\l subjects were discussed ill Ihe regular weekly session, llov- Ing EGA Ambassador W. Avcrell llnrrlmaii and Vice President Barkley sal In on Ihe meeting. Steele-Cooter News Mrs. Dutch Ashcr of Cauneltoii Hid., who has been the guest of relatives here has gone to Joncsboro Ark,, this week lo visit her daug ter. Miss Jackie Aslier, who is .student at Arkansas State College They will spend this weekend hen. as guests of Mr, am 1 Mrs. Buck Burns and family. Mr. and Mrs, Lawson Slinc and baby have returned to their home In West Memphis. Ark., after a visit here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Perry and daughter, '."My: Mr. and Mrs. .Albert Keller and Alfred Lovins spent Sunday In Trenton, Tenn.. witli Mr. and Mrs. Herman llcr and family. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Wagster had ns their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs, Eddie n. Martin of Steclc and Mrs. Arthur Taylor and children of Caithcrsvillc. Set. Hill Putterball of the U. S, Army, who Is stationed in Florida spent last urckcnd lu'ic as giicsl of Miss Evuline Webb. Mr. and Mrs i!arnj 1 Plunk ot Carulhersvlllc spent last weekend here as guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs Homer Wilson. Robert Enson, who attends Missouri university, and Uaulton Eason. who Is iiU.endinf Arkansas State College, spent las! weekend here with their mother. Mrs. W B Eason. Mr. and Mrs. Guss Seeding who have spent the winter in Ft. Myers. 1 Pla.. have returned lo their home in Steclc. I Mrs. Gladys Brown and daughter Donna of Kcnnctl spent Sunday i here with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Y [ Biov.-n. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bcrensky of St. Louis spent last weekend here as guc.ils of Mrs. Fannie copcland and A. S. Miller. Mrs. Robert Rushing spent Moil- Underground Site/own Strike Ended by Miners LANSFOTID. Pa., April 22. I/P)— Ten grimy, weary miners ended Ihls morning their three-day underground sltdown strike that swelled to a walkout of 0,000 hard coal diggers. The men emerged at 9:30 a.m. (EST) from Ihe No. 6 colliery of Lehlgli Navigation Coal Company. They had been underground since reporting for work at the pit at 7 a.m. last Tuesday. The protest demonstration which Ihey l>rnan Tuesday evening swelled to a general walkout In the Panther Valley yesterday. All OJ the company's operations In thif rich hard coal region were idle lo- lay for the second day. MUSING BHS Tradesmen Class Visits Bottling Plant v.^nl-y members of the I31ythe vllle Ui?h School Future Tradesmen ixxveritivi- training program loda visited the Dr. Pepper Dottlln Plant ;'.ncl were escorted on a ton or the plant by IT. A. Nelson. Ely Ihevlllc manager. Operation of the plant and it lai'.N:•> wns explained to tho grou by Mi Nelson. The lour of Ihe boi Hint: company's plant was one ol thr =!'vcra! visits to RKlhcville bus- iinrs; [inn. si'lu'duled bv the f;roup !>• r 1 ol ili, training prilglom. 1 Continued from Page andled in separate legislation. But the amendment which touch- d off the noisiest fireworks was ment and the balance by local communities. The bill authorizes 11,000,000,000 In federal loans and $6,000,000 In grants. 3. A three-part $275.000,000 farm housing program: 33-year loans at not more than four per cent Interest to be available to owners of Alaska, Bahama Islands, Barbalos, Bermuda, Costa Rica, the Uo- ninlcan Republic, Guatemala, Hai- ti Hawaii, Honduras, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico. Salvador and Trinidad. Rend Courlci News Want Acts In Southeast Missouri Is being built on the farm recently bought by the liid (itch's. ne by Senator TaU (R-Ohio). To strike from the bill $12,500,000 i grants to farmers for Improve- iient of sub-standard farms. That s only one section of the three-part arm program. Taft's amendment was defeated, 41-30, after Senator Langer IEI-ND) lad threatened to talk all night against It. Taft's amendment no sooner was defeated than linger moved to double the Sir,500.000 farm fund. The pro]X>sal carried, 41 to 28. Thai set off an exchange between Senators Neely iD-WVa) and Cape hail (R-Ind) as to whether the Democrats or the Republicans arc the fanners' best friends. The major provisions of the housing bill are these: 1. The federal government would contribute up to $308.000,000 annually for up to 40 years to help finance 810.000 public housing 'units which would be built In the next six years. The 810,000 flRiire Is r-nmmTimisc between the 1 050.00) Mr. Tiuninn wanted in seven years and tin 1 MW.OOO a eroup of Republican *fr.:ttcr.s wanted in six years. l). S. Share Small The federal government's shar of the cos' is a minor part of th total. Most of it would be me from the rents collected, alou «-!lh local communitv contribution The housing units would be owne nm1 oncrnted by local communltie 2. A five year slum clcaranc urnitram. with two-thirds of the co lo be met by the federal govcn self-sustaining rjrms who arc otherwise unable lo finance adequate housing; a similar loan program, along with annual federal contributions lor up lo 10 years lo owners whose farms were not at the lime self-sustaining but could be made so; loans and grants would be ailnblc for minor Improvement d repair of dwellings on farms 'zechosloYakia Begins 'elephone Extensions PRAGUE. (/P ; —Czechoslovakia is lending its overseas connections, e Communist newspaper "Rude avo" says. In addition to facili- es with most of the countries of urope and the United States, It ted these as soon lo be linked up: Mother-ln-Law Gets B/crne for Downfall STOCKHOLM —<<t'i— Mothers- in-iaw may have a i)fid influence. A harassed husband In Jncnkoeptng. in southern Sweden, has a court verdict to prove it. The husband had lived happily with his wife for, three years when his mother-in-law moved in on the couple. The man changed completely, lie burgled cellar stores, forced a bank document. embe/.<dcd S-100 from brewery, and finally landed In court. The husband pleaded guilty am was sentenced lo eight months hare labor. However, the sentence was suspended after the man's nltornc> told Ihe bitter truth: the mother in-law had moved into the snnl room with the couple. day In Memphis, Mrs. Gaston Brown Is a prulciil iti Southeast Missouri Hospital In Cape' Glriirdeau. Mo. where she i underwent a major operation last Friday. She is the former Mildred ^ Casteman of Cooler. | Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bailey have ns their sucsts Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Bailey of ix>s Angeles. Calif. Mrs. Lora Mae liynatn and Freddie Hafjarbm-n of St. Louis spenl last week here with licr mother. Mrs. Fannie copelaud of Cooler. James A. Ashcruft who is n freshman at State Teachers College in Cape Girardcau. Mo. has been lected as a member of the Beta Psl Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega He is the son of Mrs. Tcrmai Ashcrnlt of Cooler. Heater Causes Fire Alarm Firemen were called to the home ! of Mrs Vada Lucius, 501 North Broadway, at 11:30 last night when an oil heater became over-healed. Fire Chief Roy Head said that the The British took the Island Cypins from Turkey in 1878 as pai of a plan for the introduction 0 reloims in Asia Minor. Another Money-Saving AUCTION SALE heater hr.d been turned on ace! dcntlv the previous nisiht, and had flowed into the stove all night and all da>. and when lit last night exploded. Allcnil Cliureh rrrtiiiB The Youth Rally of the Madrid Association was held Pascola. Mo. Monday i.lghl whe all churches In this district wer represented. Among those from Ih Holly Grove Baptist church at Cooler 'vho attended were Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Cooper and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rlddick and children. Gene Hopper. James. Latonn and Virginia Martin. Sue MuClure. Joan Cooper. Jo White and Wilmeth Kearney. Bnlld llnmc Near SCrHe Construction is underway on n modem new brick home on Highway til three miles north of Steelc by Mr. and Mrs. Mike flitldirk. who for several years have lived on n farm near Cooler. This home which is one of Ihe most modem hoinc.s At Swap Shop, 403 E. Main Saturday, April 23 2P.M. —7P.M. This Is Your Opportunity to Save On I'lii-niUire Kitchemvare Dishes Clolhing Oil Stoves Notions lee Hoxcs Straw Hats Sniiill Appliances If You Wont to Save Money DON'T MISS THIS SALE! Everything Sold On a MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE Ich could staining. not be made self- Studeboker's sum total of value is "soma total" New d«or»lor-fabric uphot*terie« • New body colon • Self-»djuiting brakes • Variable ratio "exlr»-!ev«ifte" iteeritiR* Panoramic viiiofi • Scat* centered between the «lc« • Low center of gravity • Glare-proof "black liRht" initrumcnt dials • Automatic hill holder- available on Championi at •liglit added coit, but •Undard (in other modeli. a Automatic overdrive, CLima- liter healinR »nd ventilating, white aide* wall tire* and wheel trim rinRl or disci art optional at extra colt oa all mode!*. ...AND CUT COSTS EVERY MILE YOU DRIVE O PERATING economy speaks out to everyone from every graceful, low-swung tine of every new 1949 Studcbaker. You don't see a trace of gas-wasting excess poundage in a new Studcbaker's flight-streamed structure. Studebaker's an all-out thriller of a car in sparkling performance, too—a marvel in restful ride- easy to park—easy to maneuver in tight traffic. No other automobile dollar buys you what • Studebakcr dollar does today. Studebaker's out nhcad in drcamlined modern style—in timely new thrift—in wear-iesisting craftsmanship! CHAMBLIN SALES COMPANY Railroad and Ash Phone 888 Open For Business ison Mead's Is Headquarters For Jockey Underwear! NORTH 10th ST. AND CAMP MOULTRIE DRIVE Arkansas and Mississippi Yellow Pine One Board or Truck Loads OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT IF WE DON'T HAVE WHAT YOU WANT WE WILL GET IT 0. S. ROLLISON RESIDENCE PHONE 3309 We feature only the best brand names in men's apparel. And jockey—the famous brand of support underwear—is worn and approved by millions of men. Now with increasing post-war production, we're again able to offer you JOCKEY SHOUTS and JOCKEY MIDWAYS. Come in and replenish your underwardrube today. If It's For A MEAD'S -Will Have It! 122 MAIN STRUT

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