The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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.WEDNESDAY, Ar.UlL.10, 1047 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKJER NEWS er Homeless and No Place to Go Treasurer Sees Haft To Upward Trend or Recession by Autumn T.'ATnr.YCiTCX. A;:rll 10. (UP) - --"A vrciiiry al Trni.sury .luiili W. Str.ilor said u:;l-.iy there is I'vi- • iuifi? tliui :;ri.o.s' nuiy '.uon siiirl com in;; t\m;r.. U:ik-ss ilu 1 u[>;viiKl ninv.'iiK'i lui'ud, Snyclcr :siutl. ilu'iv roulcl be* a v< Lv.:Mim by r.i'x: i.'.,'u. 13m. In- Ildd'.cl. l,r> clur'.-Ls ilia: (hi:. Will i liii;:i>™ b'.viinsi; of the ovUU'ilci 1 llKU further tiuisidi ::ilion is fcoinii KWiMl U> i'l'iii'VHl ;:!')-•[ rills. Suycloi- .Miicl in- </ posed t:ix cms and would ci'iuinm' u> do so as loilij as tlif'y \vmiM hi 1 !;: i.".t"h ;!L'L- ces hi^hei. "T:',x iTdm-iiui] at tlii*; :ar.<' would ]:;i>. ii!0lc iiiai'.L'y into i!ie iu:u'!:o! an, | \v.iuKi !;•.* issi'laticiuu'V. In- said. W^f'i^ ifl "'^ ' 'j$'% • ' *«''' 1 "~^ rf * T *~*'' ''"* Uc ,..!»! il,«t. if lush li'.xes wr.ro ifP^^' , ; ' ' retarding business lu'iiviiy, hewoukl l'--^^ •'. ' ., ., ::e in !:iv<.r <il ,i'diu-i:v- 'ij't-iu. ism '',',jr ' .'•• .'£" :;3'?' ; *' be i . iss lias 1101 btvn retard'.';! «s a rrsnli 01 prosciil tax levels, he said. Snydrr :iKo paid hn favor.s o;is- ini; cmi:,iuiKT credit control of ;u>v iU'ii! wlic:i MI];I>:V bishiii.'Ts (Icinain. , But lie cjppwd miiovinj'. tlicv:e; foutlcils. \vlil.U Kcl. uutumuiu da.vu paimmls and iiiaxiin'iitn y;:i; mi'iit-, time, en all itc:n;> ;u onee. RosSrood Coach Burns in Tysinsi; 30 Japanese D'se TOKYO, A])i'i! 18 IUl'1 — More than 30 .j.qpnrryp were killed today wlii-n Mi,- niihy-iy c.'iach in wliicii they were riiliiif; ranulu fii'e in a tunnel between Osaka and Nara. the iinwspnpi-r Mninithi reported. Frenchman Executed T'ARIS, A]>!il 16. (UP)— CotKlt Fci-nand ,ie Erinmi. delegate of the- Vichy government to German occupation antliorities in Paris with the rank of ambassador, died today before n firing ."quad at Fort de Monti-mine Prison. 'Brinon. who wns convicted ot treason by the n-eneh Hii'h Court of Justice uvo nsonth.s aso, was executed at 7::io a.m. PAGE THREW Graber's Take The Lead! in These lour children arc homeless again, mul unless Uu-ir Inilii-v, ex-sailm- Karl Williams, 27, of Chlcai;*. finds a ne«- home immediately, they will lie sent l<> a children's refuge. The Williams childr-u, lett t.' rigiil, Dorothy, C, Kiirl, u inoiuhs, Karlene. 2, ni«! Doris 4, are pictured at (he Central 1'oliee Station where the family was .sheltered. They were ovicted from (he four-room apartment they were te'iuiomnly sharing with an uncle and his family of five alter previous eviction from (heir own home. (NEA 'IVIe- photo.) Russians Soon to Begin Talks On Settling Big Lend-Lease Bill intin stnuds up for the United Na tions, a man thinks he -stands fo liiu.Ma mid Communism." Pepper favors aid lo Greeec ni Turkey Ihroinjh the Untied N;i tions. PRICES WAE'MIVGTON. 16. i UP)— war. Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Sire T. L. 12.1 MIKSniTIi! ST. PH. 3li.!7 Russia's final lend-lease settlement! Oil the other hand. Russia got ttilh tin; U. 3. will provide cash! from us a larger lu'rcenlaec o! j payment for only a small part ol', durable goods — including entire her SH,1C:,CCC.COJ bill, Slajc Uu- plants—than did other nations. paitnicnt officials said today. They emphasized. hc\vevcr, tlial no recipient nation under the $50.DUL).-1 inery OCO.COo aid program paid or was gram. e? peeled lo pay off in full because' much of the goods were used in the "common cause-" against the Axis. These officials, 'Who wiH liguvo, in settlement negotiations, discounted the 'possibility that .Russia would raise Hie question of a S1.C03.CUC.CQO U. S. loan during thei p_,/,.,„talks, mi.^sia'.s chief negotiator will| ro ' le / 5 he Soviet 'Ambassador 'Nikolai V., Novikov. • MIAMI, Fla., April Hi. (UP) — It was announced earlier that-! s<1| >- Claude pepper, D. F!a., sairl Russia, after a >car of siler.ce.i loclay that he would continue had finally asrcDd to rtLsctis.j a'| fight for peace "not mailer wlml lend lease" settlement. The nego- happens to me politically." He told i tiations will begin .when Novikov returns from 'Mc.-5 v.'ithin a .fnw weeks. Lend lease experts said it wonicti be difficult to estimate how much I the -U. s. wil! realize on the Russian account. H represents 22 per cent of the entire lcnd-lca.se pvo- , • !!Kiin, secund only lo the British t i empire's .share of 02 ];er cent. ! I A principal U. S. demand during the negotiations win 'be that Ru:-.- j sia return 94 merchant ships wliicii! cost $11L V ,0!)3.0L>^ and are new worth r.'railt S4(03D.OCO. I Britain's S31 3:2.261,000 account' was settled for $850,OCO,CCO but that i ! allowefl fo;- re\'ersc lend-lcase ot j more than Sff.CfK.CuO.OCC and other ' ' factors. • 'However, this can not <bc taker. i as a guide to what will happen I with the Russian, State Depavl- i ment officials said. Their account I includes many things which were lost, dcsttoyed or cotisumed in the As the Leaders in Giving Outstanding Values Nn One lla.s Uesisled Jloro Thini Ornliur's the Int'lnUnnnry Trend, mid We Aro Klglitinp Our \Viiy lo Lower Prices uml You C;:m Depend tm UM to l)<i KverytUiiitf in Our Power lo Bring You l.OWIOK I'lllCKS mid CiUKATKIl VALUh'.S l-'roni Dny to Dny and Week lo Week. Here Are a Few Examples of Savings at GRABER'S Wash prcbe.jiy • Original OPA Ceiling Price Tickets Arc Still on These Dresses, Made to Sell for $2.60 — $2.80 — $2;90 —$3.40 Plenty of Coat Dress Styles Sizes 9 to 15 — 12 to 20 — 38 to 44 ond Extra Larqe 46 to 52 The Materials Include— ; I'rinlud ''ercnles $198 Including LARGE SIZES Nal iniially-ICmnvn Miikurs C Key Windsor • Jonabcllc • Maurino • Rosolcc • Dotty Darliti • Valincot Firs! Time in 5 Years You Drive Scon Slih'ts nt These Trices Did you know that if one of your wheels is as little as one- eighth inch out of line, your tire is dragged eidov/aya approximately 85 feet in every mile? It is easy to see from this fact, Jiow much unnecessary wear your tires receive if your wheels fio out ol line. Faulty wheel alignment, like faulty brakes, also mokes driving hazardous. Play safe—drive in today and let us check your wheel alignment with our Bennett-Feragen Chassis An-i alyzer. In « matter of minutes wo can give you accurate, visual proof of the exact alignment condition of your wheels. If correction is necessary, we can put your wheels in perfect alignment quickly and at • surprisingly low co*L This Week We Will Check Your Front End Alignment FREE! (iulf G;is Wrecker Service 1LYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. Dnilifc Plyinntilli llodgc 217 South Second Mnl) Rated" Trucks Phone 422 Pepper Places Peace a veterans group that "there is much misunderstanding that if $2.98 Values Men's Fancy SHIRTS Sizes 14 to 17 Shivls )>y • WINDSOR • IIAHCOl'KT • VKHNON • CII.HICUT • TKXAN ENTIRE STOCK OF COSTUME JEWELS.. NOW AT 20% OfF OPA Ceiling $1.01 Full-Fashioned Rayon Hose All $5 Kerns ,AV«'... All (10 Items /Aw... All $25 Items All $50 Hems 'flV... «39" :£ " ; 'Payments T/wcrf TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE... A YEAR TO PAY Fisk Tiros

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