The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1946 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 16, 1946
Page 8
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.THURSDAY, MAY 16, 19-10 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS *• AGE Polish Secrets xmld Bar Loan Washington Officials Want Details on Any /Agreement With Reds. May 16. (UP)— olivnd must nmke public the de- ails of • Its trade agreements with" liistcrn European countries, espc- ially Ihe recent one with Soviet iussia, before die United States •ill lift the ban on its 590,000.000 oan to Poland, It was disclosed •este relay. The united States wants to be •erlaSn that the Polish trade »i>ree- nents do, not violate the "most avored nation clause" in the com- nereinl treaty of tlio 1030's between \merlca and Poland. American, officials pointed out hat it would be Impossible for this •ountry to know whether U 'was "most favored nation tivat- Ineiit"' from Poland if the trade ligreements negotiated with the polish government remain secVet. If the Polish agreement with liu.s.sia, for example, grants the Boviet Union special preferences. Jhe United Slates woul demand the |ame or there will be no loan to Poland. • Acting Secretary of State Dean chcson revealed at a news confer - •nce th'at^ Poland's publication of ts international economic relations vas the last remaining condition IOL yet "fulfilled by Poland under he recent loan agreement. An<l mti] it is, the loan will : not be mplemshtc'd. On " April 24, Poland" and the Jniteef States revealed an agreo- nent for $40.000.000 of export-im)Ort bank". credits to Poland," idditional credits cff $50.000.000 for Ire purchase by Poland of surplus J. S. materials abroad.; . . Orders Miners Back to Work Stronger Draff Law to Be Sought Army and Navy Officer* S«e Sharp Decline In Enlistments. B;f WILLIAM r. IWMENAMIN UnKcd *r««is Start Correspondent WASHINGTON, Mny 1C. <U.P.' —Army and Navy officers predicted today that the alrcndy unsntls- fnctpry .voluntary rcmil'llng groins of l»otr\ services will ctwl to a mer* Irlcklc because of tl\e conjrejslpiia! bun on drafting Ue>t-oij;ers. Bp.thj services lind planned to meet their top-heavy conimilineiHs for overseas occupation force. 1 ) and iwnce'tirrie mills wllh volimtceii; froin 500.W hltfli school Uoy.s wl.'j will graduate next month. •The youths, however, were Phone 2001 We Deliver Quality Merchandise H'ftsed tioui the ilratl y,')icn con- ITSS ixitwcil » 45-dny Selective Service extension anc\ prolilbU<ul Induction of 18 iirnl 19-ycar-olilH along wllh fathers. With' life threat of the dralt removed, the Army und Navy were not hopeful Hull tiny .grcnt number of 'the youngsters' would volunteer for service. I r rom Ihe Senate, however. CKIHO u prixllellon by administration lenders thnt they will seek n strontier draft law alter July 1. Senate Democratic Lender AllM.'U W. Durkley. Kentucky, said th ilvnfl extension will 1» conslili'i'u-.l as soon us the Semite ol labor U'bishUlou. \ Somu oilier scnnle leaders s«UI they planned to restore Induction of 18 und lU-year-olds but with the limitation that Iliey serve only In Hie omlinenuil U. S. • Army enlistments have fuller (rom a peak of 'Jjl.454 In January 1948. to (iJ.WT In April. The M(iy total is expected to be even smaller. Nuvy enlistments rencht'd 27.501J In January. They hit n low of lint;. Most of the' Army's iccrtills quine Ihroinjl' rcenllslincuts el Ol.s wlib hud a deadline of M s alter, discharge to nlyn nij hi in the same gnule. Practically all Clls who were granted n 90 day extension of the enlistment In yi'iidu privilege Inive styned up '.'l". too Late to Classify ____,__„ , „ DDT Spray In I,nil.In; I'urk. For Safe Cork mmle from bark of Ih' fir Is hrlplug to mnke up 18.93B in April and are still drop- thorium's of Imported cork. High Scnoo/ Pupil* Face Burglary Cfcargt SHAKUY, Ark., May 18. (UP)—. Three Little Rock high school Bttl'' The State Health lonls were In Jail here today, IJJ^T spray crewi »fi' no* ;han;tfd with the robbery of u Ing In ^ihe foikiw(r« .tore ui JudsonlK. f Mississippi County: Hector, lUilf' The youths «^ve the n»mes of Mcon Lke, Golden Lake, HWUBfii, .'nines Ward. T«U Caldwell and Canndlan, Whltton and Hcu«vij». Chnrlle ChlldiPss, all of Little Rock. | Co-opcratton of all -whone Whit,, county sheriff. Tiilum Piano are to be sprayed U tiked said here, tlinl bui'Hlary. • clinrges crews. The homes should would \j« filed iiRiiinst the trio. , order to cxj>«dite the MalArli Tlie boj's ure between 10 und 18,li'ol Program, II vu yenrs of age. Tlic net Income (pt th^ 1194.1 o[ an automotive llrjn $188,208,115. it averaged flU yearly In the four yeate of Church of God Plant District Convention , I The Durdetta Dlstilcl. Convention of the. church of Cjod, will | . . lie held Snturdiiy nlBht nt the Hur- | Prewar Canada spent ^bout (loltt Church of Clod, It waK on- , f idO.OOO.tOO iinnuully '-on highinays nuuneed by Hit Hcv. J. A. t'lilr- ; und In the, nest (Ive years the coU cloth, puslor. ' , | will be nearly *150,000>0f) eicl),'" Tde'fc will be u dinner Sunday year, at noon. .1 '—' >• . .• Spenkcrx |it the convention will In 1029, there were 551, ban* li-i'hidg thii Stiite uvorsetr. the failure.'; In the United Stales; Ih'v. M. n. NorMs of LIUIU IJoC'k. • 1030. then; were 1H45. In' Better Values at S 200 E. Main Blytheville, Ark. Courteous Service John U Lewis, left, president of the United Mine Workers, and Charles O'Neill, representative of the Con! Operators, leave the White House in Washington. D. C., alter conferring with President Tinman on the soit eoal strike. Both men were summoned to the White House shortly after Lewis announced that he had ordered the coal miners back to work for two weeks. (NBA Telephoto.) Railroads Ask Early Ofeoy on Rate Increase ROOK, May 1G. (UP) — . request of all .Arkansas railroads tot a 'freight rate, increase on an Venial basis with any possible hike |jy the Interstate Commerce Co'.vi- ilssiori, stoo<i tabled loday by the Public Service Comission. The •commission notified the ca 1 '- l-iers that: the petition , wonlci be lilaced on file, and 'would not be lissigned for public hearing until he ice 'issued its findings. The'raJlroacls of the nation have hsked, .the federal agency for ;tii bver-all 25 percent increase in fteight rates, pins a six percent increase that was granted, and then [suspended back in 1942. Handicapped Vets Sail Motorboqts Jus Strike Settled TORT SMITH, Ark.'. May 10. |lUP>-=i;ort Smith rode again today, Ithc transportation problem .settled lifter .'a' . 13-day strike of 58 bus l:lrivers "and 19 maintenance crew hembefs of City Transportation Lines.'- "" *v > N ' i. For the first lime at ani~-<Vrmy hospital, molqtboaling will play a role in rehabilitation of aL-bled veterans, following the recent presentation of aluminum boats "nd moicrs to C.rile General Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio, by C. W. Sfiberling, 85-year-old rubber •company executive, who is an ardent fisherman. Above, Sgt. Aaron Spector of Miami, Fla., shows Jack Fouche, outboard motor instructor, how easily he nperaies the motor despite the handicap o( "a hand lost in the war. Sues Grandma for $25,000 Sen. Robert M. LaFollelte, ot ' Wisconsin, was practically iE- »»red by delegates to the slate *ijK;iublican convention ot Oshkosh- who voted overwhelmingly to endorse Circuit Judge Joseph H. McCarthy, above, of Shawa- 110, as the parly's nominee for U. S. senator. Senator Lat'ol- lette recently led his Wisconsin Progressives back into the lie- publican Party. GROCERY SPECIALS SALMON, Alaska Chum - - - Can26c BEANS, Great Northern - 25 Ibs. $2.45 PICKLES, Sour or Dill • - - Gal. 98c KRAUT, Gold Kist - • -No.21Can15t CATSUP, Brooks Tomato • 14oz.19c Prince Albert Tobacco - - - - CanlOc PEARS, Val Vita - - -No.2Kar.2fc CRISCO - - - 3lb.jar75c PRESERVES Hu t::"jr 29c JAM, Blue Star, Pure Plum- CORN First Lady Cream Style Jack Sprat Cream Style i" , Van Gamp's Case.. No. 2 Cdii 156 Case.. $3.50 No. 2 Can I2c Case.. $2,85 MILK PORK& BEANS Economy Jack Sprat or Sailor Man Marihficld Wisconsin Cdse . . $2 Tall Can . . 6c Case., $2i85 No.2Cdni4d < m $3.19 RED KIDNEY Through her mother little Lynn Baughman, 2. is suing her paternal grandmother. Mrs. Rose Baughman, 51, for $25,000. charging alienation of her father's uffcclions. Action was one item of separate maintenance suit filed in Chicago by Mrs. Milliccnt Baiijjhman against her husband, . Richard, 24. (NBA Telephoto.) i Don't Say Bread. Say HART'S Bread HOUSEHOLD SPPftY DDT ADDED . Pints 25c; Quart---49c; Gallon--- $1.25 DRY GOODS One Lot Beautiful Chenille 'Bedspreads Regular 15.95 value, each - -11.95 One Lot Good Heavy Spreads, Assorted Colors, Each 6.95 One Lot of Good Curtain Material. Per Yd. 49c STAR BRAND SHOtT NOTIONS AND COSMETICS Regular 25c Size PEPSODENT Tooth Paste ----- 21c Regular 50s Size PEPSODENT Tooth Paste 39c Potatoes FLOUR f^*^ No. 1 Quality 1UU Triumph Sack WR Eighty X 25 Lb. Sack - -' T:3i Plain or Self Rising 50 Lb. Print Bag 2.65 Pfuneis Peaches Ib. Pepsodent "W Toothbrush - - 47c Jergen's Lotion, Reg. 50c size - - 39c Jergen's Lotion, Reg $1 size - - 79c Woodbury's Cream, Reg. 50c size 39c WORK CLOTHING FOR MEN & BOYS A large stock of Well known brands, Tuf- Nuts, Dickies, and .Duck Heads. One Lot Men's Tuf-Nut Overalls. One Lot Boys' and Girls' Blue Jeans. One Lot Men's Dickies Army Cloth Pants. Shirt to mctfch. HARDWARE & HOUSEHOLD NEEDS Ebc, Fencers, Mori-Ark Fence Masters 9.95 Chicken Feeders, All Metal with Jlo|M^fe A large assortment of Aluminumwdre ana Enamel Ware. Radio Batteries, Every Ready 1000 hour 5.95 Pump Strainers, 36 inch 195 Wire, Heavy 4 point Barb 80 Rod Roil 5.45 Ironing Board with Pad. Each . .!.. 4.9S Harvest Kegs, 2 gallon $1.95; 3 gallon $2.25 These Prices good for Friday/Saturday, and Monday, May 17th, 18th and 20th subject to stock on hand. We r« e rve th* ri-M to limit quantities.

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