The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1947 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 17, 1947
Page 11
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THURSDAY,. APRII; 17, 19.17- BLYTHKViLLR <ARK.) COUK1KR MKW9 44-Hour Week Urged by Bench This With No Strikes, Layoffs till Jan. 1, '49, Would Put U.S. on Feet COUMB1A, S. O., A)>ril 17. (UPI —Bermu'ii Bnriich, America's pltl- ci- statesmiiri. .vpsiprduy iielvoeat- five mid one half day, 44 hour week until Jsiiunry 1, 1049. with no si likes or layoffs io pill (lie nation Ijnck on its feet. "Today wo are on ihe Ijrink of mi engulfing inflation. There is only one way out. That is by work." Bnruch snkt. Hnnich. prrsidrntlnl industrial nrtvlfor during Ijnth World Wars, addressed the, south Oarolim Legislature nt the imveilin'j; of his portrait in the state capitol. "During the war," nnrueli said, "I al'.vay.s contended that .six days n week and eii;hl hours n day was the fastest pace nt. which we could Ko in a IOUK war. That, too, ^onUl bo the limit for peace, nut it we adopted, wholeheartedly, a S'^-doy. 44-hour week, with no strikes or layoff, to January 1. 19-19. the result would lie eloctrifyin;!." Baruch siiid il was'mi to America to put back together a world torn apart by hate, "We cannot do it by loans. grants, subsidies, bonuses or pious resolves." he said. "We can do it oniv by showing the real mji'ht of America—by justice: helpfulness which insists upon self-help, and finally, by production- ami still more production." Baruch said labor must use its newly gained power for leade'rship in cooperation—or lose that power. "Who. it leti aione, is not. oncer to work if. through his labor, he lives under better conditions i" ^jly and spirit? That is the way to (^Bu self-respect and regain human cliunity—deliberatly destroyed by totalita.Yiamsm, rcgtmlless of what label it wears. "It means sweat and thrift to make Hie things the world needs. to start anew, the physical tilings which it must have in order to teed, clothe and house ihe peoples — to educate spiritualize 1 , in e d i c a t e. transport and entertain them. Work is the alchemist that changes drudgery into joy. That is every man's goal—that is every man's right. Portrait of an Elder Statesman New Hot Springs Mayor Reduces City's Expenses HOT SPRINGS. Ark. A|:rll 17. I cri'l—F,irtluT error Is to balance j Ihe budget of the Oily of Mot £i>rini;s will be discussed by tin- i City Council Friday night, tuvord- iiiH to luiwlj-elected Mayor Earl Kirks. , Tin 1 announcement follow eel i Ricks' action yesterday in disiniss- | m« live cmplcyr.s of (lie Clly Healtli l>.'i:;>rtmenl, bringing 'to 7J Ihe number ot employes drcppcil from the city j)ayroll sinre Hicks lock ollice. Dismissed yi'sterdiiy were Ur, T. i J. Coliier. Nei^ro physician who lias I bi'eii health oifkTr for Neiiroc.s; i M:BS MaMHa MA'enl. file clerk; Mrs. Caruojis Gates, a nurse; A. CJ. I Bri»i:s. sanitation unit assistant; | and Dr. K. K •rimiiipson, 'cily rm-l : rounty .health physician. i The mayor also met with 4- inciubers of Hie lire department alter which the men voted to nc- rf|it a 10 per conl reduction In salaries. Dirks hits sai ( | that it will be | no.oossury u> rctluiv the city's 1-f.y- roll from i'proximalely $37.030 n mouth to £20,000. PAGE ELEVEN This striking camera-portrait is Ihe latest picture of Leon Blum, . former French premier and Socialist leader. It was taken by Albert Pione, NliA correspondent, nt Blum's homo in Jouy-en-Josns, near Paris. PLUMS from the hills of .OREGON ¥}'?*?? Lightning Kills Fisherman not '"jnrcd. The father said they I were fishing when they saw a rain- I,E'EANON, Term., April n. (UP) s |°™ cmnm K up and ran for the -George D. Bowers, 24, was killed H )e!t " ° f " '™ ni - T 'ic iiBhliilmi late yesterday when struck by f,™ c . k as lhcy Pulsed near a smull lightning as he and his father were fishing nt ihe Cumberland river. The father. Tom Bowers, said he. Some types of gas turbines burn too. was struck by the bolt but was Pulverize^ coal, and a coal known ns bunker "C" fuel. CRISP SPRING SALAD • • • Hitch-Hiker. Who KlUed Two, to Be Electrocuted BATON. H'CUGE. La.. *prii n. (UP)—Alonzo "Blackie" Jones. Marine deserter or Opelika, Ala., must j die in the electric chair or. May 7 | for the 1915 Christmas dixv slayinE j Of two men near Lutcher, La. | Jones wa.s .convicted last October of nuirdei'ing Cpl, Irviilff Pincus. Rh»\vcpnrt. "l,a.. .and Walter . J. Smith. Long Beach, Calif. Gordon Ray. Elcctra. Tex., was ci^ically wounded in the shoot- Jonc.s signed a confession saying that he "just started shooting" in the automobile in which the foul' were riding. Jones had hitch-hiked a ride. Trout Paradise Beckons BOSTON (UP) — The brooks, rivers and ponds of Massachusetts have- been stocked wi:h 600,000 !e- sal sizo trout in preparation lor Ihe opening of (he fishing season April 15. f coffee It's as pretty as a picture . . . and twice as good to eat when,, naturally, that inviting coffee is "Cup-Tested" ADMIRATION! Ail the .sparkling freshness of a crisp garden salad is more than equaled by the tangy freshness of ADMIRATION, the coffee with the extra abundance of fujl, rich flavor, smooth, luxurious richness, and stimulpting, exciting aroma. ; Read Courier News Want Aris> targe size...America's beit bread valuel J Aade wilfi Twislod )ouyli for Kincr, •Vliilor, Toxtuic Improved Qualify Giv«s. Better Taste I DOUBLE SAVINGS Hurt, Krogor Master Baker, Says: "This is ihe Ix-st bread we've ever seen come out of our ovens. \Vc use ingredients ... vitamin enrich- mem.. . ami lifist Ihe iloiigb for finer, whiter icxture. / knotr \nu f.tii't buy ,i littler Ion I limn the new Km Iff rail.'"' Controls water leakage, dampness or seepage inside or rfutsi<Jc ... above or below ground ... on all porous masonry surfaces. ptr Log "> x^S/ Afi'.vccf with U'a/er, ac- corjing to directions, one b.i(J nw.xcs / ^ First coat covers 60 tc 123 sq. It. p?r &aL; second cc.-.t. 200 to HO S.J Get AqurHa Mo. I for Interiors , , . Aquclla No. 2 for KX*.CT:OM )EAL ; S PAIMT STORE "Your Wallpaper Style Ccnlei 1 " lO'l So. Isl Phono 'iG9 You can always depend on ADMIRATION for the same superb qualities because i»'s "Cup-Tested" to maintain its uniformity. The personally "Cup-Tested" ADMIRATION way is the on | y way you can be sure of the same excellent toffee-package after package. J8 AK/q BffiCHt AMD EARLY CO<f tfS In Spifre of Hiqhest Flour Costs !n Years, Todby's Price on Kroger Bread Remains the Same! 4! FOODS COUNTRY CI,Ur: 2 Lh CIHOMIO IWACII'S SWING CAKDY BARS Kut-h 43 e 21 5 CANNED GOODS AVON'DAl.K WHI'l'IO TWO No. 2 dins rjRBKN C.'IANT COUNTUY CLU1! I,AIUJK COUNTRY 01,UK AVON11A1J-; 12 {)/., Can No. -2 Oin No. ;t()0 No. 2 Can STOKKLY'S DICKI) WECNIOR APPLE £<AUCE No. 2 ('an No. 2 Can HAKVKST H'I'YLK Jar KRIIJASSY DRESSING Hi ()/. Jar COUNTRY CLUIJ THHFK 'I'iill Cans 35 16^ 19 14 15 12 20 27 25 37 C Canned Sea Foods, Juice COUNTRY CMHJ TWATQ JUICE VIS £CMTM JUICE (;OI,I)1'N STKANl) GRATED TUNA CALIFORNIA. KANCY ST. Hi ()/. CJHI No. 2 Cau No. Vi Can 25 No. </•> Can WASHINGTON CHINOOK O SALMON No. !/ 2 Can 33 39 29 Household Supplies PADS TWO For 25' KAUI/n.KSS OIJ) DUTCH CDOHK fillU, mi CLEANER PARI,OK BROOMS Package 10 7 C Each (roger's Hot-Dated-Roaster-Fresh r Graded, Dated, Scaled Under U. S. Supervision KROGER EGGS U. S. Gra. "A" Lgc. Do*. Crt. 56c U. S. Gra. ix. Lge. Dox. Ctn. Popular Advertised Brands CIGARETTES PRINCE ALBERT Carton The National Joy Smoke Ctn. Extra Standard Quality TOMATOES No: 2 Can '2.02 1.20 W Savings on Kroger Quality Meats CHUCK RCATS RIB ROAST SIRLOIN STEAK GROUND BEEF PLATE BEEF FRYERS' 17 M or "A" "A" Grade "AA" or I'ound I'rime Cnl. Oradu "AA" I'omul (Irarlc "AA" or I'ound Fresh Daily I'ound (irade "AA" or "A". For Slewing or Simps. I'ouud Dressed. Full Drawn Tahle Rcadv. I'ound 43 52 C 65 35 C 28 e I'urc Hoi; Lard, 50 Ib, 16/?9 Hlre:il< ()' I.i'an Salt Meat, Ib. 35c rarafin \Vr:i|i|icil Slick Bologna, Ib. . 33c Siilmi.n Sfreoks, Ib. 39c Kwift's Orlnle Sli. Bacon, ib. 57c Pure Pork Sausage,. Ib. . 45c I.rnn Mcnty Spare Ribs, Ib. 45c Whiting, Ib. 17 1»2 STRAWBERRIES Red-ripe beauties' Juicy-sweet! Sound and solid! Thrifty value. GRAPEFRUIT APPLES TOMATOES CARROTS LETTUCE POTATOES Fresh Juicy Sweet Seedless 10 Ib. Mesh Bog Extra Fancy Wash. Crisp Tart-Red Winesaps Kroger Selected Red Rioe Slicing Quality Fresh Golden Fresh Iceberg - Properly Trimmed arid Washed 2 Ibs. Ib. 350 Bch, Jb. New Texas 10 M 59<

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