The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1946 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 16, 1946
Page 11
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FACSTCN E "" ^t <*n • T>"T BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS • T* •». T- THURSDAY, MAY »6, Loan to Britain under Scratny fofer* Hotrse BcmMng * fcci«tary of . . __ M Virfsoo, copcedfd ytft the pjqpwed J37MOO OOOOOO Uat loan to Oc^it SrlUln would ! «»ve the \voild split into' *»o swl ecQjioni- !c blocs^Russia'anyone'side aivi the U. $. and Great Britain op the other. Vinson told th^ House Bankjps Conuttie he was 'agreed ^here is at tin's, time to avoid two groups,' '\Ve've.gpt to take (lie world • RS it is;" lie' said, "about 70, per 'cent of th? world's trade ""»' 's t" tlie V..S: nnd British areas. 1C an VYpr# Trade Conference Sought by UN NEW YORK. May. 10. (UP) — The United Nntlons will call an Ihtornatloivil foitference on trade apci .'pniployijient 'after this month •»:. the initial . step' In. a program to Improve living conditions nil over tli e world. • The forthcoming, which .will .be' conducted by tl^e UN's economic, and .social .council. " i was -announced -last night by Sec- Hunger Knows Not Age or Race .; understanding is" re»chcd on better trade practices In these areis, however, I fiope the practice Way extend further." . • ' • • He': made- the s.tatment In reply to a '. question by Rep. Fred U Crawford, B., Mich., -wKether. the United States.'would not' 1 , be ;avoiding a ^\vorld split 'into.-three :greru economic blocs, only to create, two. The •committee .is.'considering the £cnate-APprove,d British, loan bill. Crawford, predicting the loan approved "overwhelmingly," referred, to speeches of Soviet Prcmiei Josef Stalin. He. said It "njipcai's/ as if Russia wants to •isolate lierself economically." - . Vinson' did riot answer 'directly, bui s;\id: ••;.'. • . . • ' "The British . agreement' Is In lh e interest of capitalism, of Tree cntt-rp'rise, of the kind of 'country and. life we want here." He -also Intimated that the loan would' prove a check 'on Britain's movement toward the. lett. -This came when .Crawford asked 'him what protection .this country wouUl have if Britain's socialist . govern-: inent -maintains its loan 'payments but otherwise "acts against our form of gqvcrnment." relary- General Ti'ygve Lie In rm address before the United Stutes j nssocialcvs • of the Intel national chamber of Commerce. - • . I Lie 'nsWrt Aiperloau businessmen' !o' cooperate in raising the living j,tcuida,rds of the peoples of' the world aud thus eliminate poverty as u cause'of war.' Russia -Is. expected to' end her boycott of the United Nnlions Security council, at least temporarily, tomorrow when the U-member council nmeets to discuss procedural rules proposed by Its committee of experts. However, Russian delegate Andrei A. Oromyko • undoubtedly will play hookey against next week when the subject of Iran comes up for discussion. Vinson, choosing Ills words carefully, replied: -.. \ " .''. "The loan will not Bccenluate the movenienl of the government to thu lelt. You can draw 'your own conclusions t^j to wliat may happen if the loaii siiminaled.' is not con- Arkansas Man, Helps Set B-29 Altitude Record In Flight From Guam TOKYO, May':15., (UP)—An Army B-29 . superfortress took, off from' Guam Monday and rose to a ne'.v world record' altitude oi 44,200 feet \vitli 'a paylbad of 4,400 pounds, it \vns jliscXosect today.' VA Sets Up Sub-Regional Offices in Jonesboro A new Service . for Northeast | .Arkansas Ex-Serylcemen was «n- jnouuced"tills week by the Joncs- JOro Sub-Rcglonnl Office of the Vclcraais Administration. An Insurance colletV.ion clerk :ms been stationed In the VA Snb- ilcgtonal Oflicn. Jonesboro. for the convenience uf veterans who i wish ,o pay preiniiiTiis on their. National Service Life Insurance. Premium payments may be made in person or by mall. Money orders, certified checks or p?rsonal checks be accepted; subject to collection, and must lie made payable to the Treasurer of the United States. Those payments made by mail .should be addressed lo the Munntfcr, Veterans Administration Sub-Keglonul Office. Jonesboro. Veterans who wish to make Insurance premium payments at- the New York or Little Rock Offices of the Veterans Administration may contlmir to Uo so, as the new ice Is intended to supplement rather than replace existing facilities Any nsslstnncc needed by vcte- 'ans in taking advantage of thii new service will be t;hully furnlshei by. the Conflict Office here Blytheville. ft Blend of [rtree Varieties Best for CEYLON, For Fragrance SOUTHERN INDIA : 5; For NORTHERN INDIA ...:_ ...... ._ jfpr Three varieties blended into one fine tea give you (ul.ler flavor, richer color, more fragrance. There's no other quite lilfe it^never pale a»4 tasteless whe» iced. ., v.,-; ; .-,.Afc.. . ••*•/• .' * GLAMOROUS PRINCESS PATTERN S1LVERPUTEB TEASPOONS «% • WITH ^OX TOf MQM ICC KXOG E « TEA ' fjl tUli. 10 «OCi», tOX'im, ^•^, (INCimil I. OHIO CIGARETTES His tattered clothing; scant . protection from the cold ground, thin emaciated old ntnn has.fallen into a coma, induced by hunger, froni which he will probably never emerge. Ironically enough, he spent the. lust of his strength hobbling to a wheat kitchen.'set up by UNRA, but fell at the doorway, too weak to lift bits of food to his month. Tliis photoyraph was taken by NBA-ACME correspondent Harlovy Cliurori somewhere in Hunan 1'rovlnce, china. (NEA Telephoto.) son of the U. S. Treasury. Tlie cumulative report showed that "E" bond sales alone totaled i2.2fO.521, with 12 counties report- ig sales oi J30.000. Included in Participating in the Guam flight were "^sfrj-tt,'* johft- 'GT" Barnes, Shreyep"3ff,'ta."; -and S-Sgt.--\Vill!e C. FJymv pliie" Bluff, Ark. • April Sale oi Victory Bonds Tops $3,235,000 LITTLE ROCK, Avk., May 1C (UP)—Arkansas citizens bough more than . $3,235,000 in Unite States saving bonds in April, ric cording to a report renlensed het today by C. K. WiUiCl'SOii, Stal Tiead Courier' News '-Want Ad? Director of the savings bonds divl- \/\A/\/\/\/\/\/\/\ A A A/\ A /\ A A county with $44,058. Sebastian $161792, Garland tlBO,322. Union $91,518. Phillips $52,068, Mississippi 441,381, Beaton $38,643, an|d counties were Pulask' lomtchUn $J6,543. Turn Chicks into $CHECKS$ with Scientifically Balarrced ' INTERNAtlOfAt - POULTRY TEE DS> Get Ready All A4v«rttee.d Urantls Carton HUMKC V Lb €att<>n COOKIES Kuisin 0:i(mt!ul ^ :p/ v ('lilpn's {terser" j. !*>*; Cans.. KELLOGG'S ASSORTED CEREALS PkH CORN '(Jreuni StvlB No. 2 Can PICKLES Cut Dill l(i Oz Jar FRESHLY ROASTED FRESHLY 6ROUNO 23 15 22 f SAVE UP TO'A V D(ME A POU.W CLOCK for the big insect approaching. season Have Your Property Sprayed With D. D. T. Like the (J. S, Government Uses TREET, Armour's Star, 12 or Can 35c HAM, Swift's Chopped, 12 oz con 40c | RR£M TUNA, Grated - - - 5 ox. Can 24c J Swift's, 12 oz. Can CATSUP, Ottawa Chief 14 oz bH. 16c KRAUT JUICE, Mereor, 11 oz. cart 8c' Boyctt Spraying Co. is equipped to do just that. You can help rid your community of pesky insects by calling Phone 3602 Country Club Asst. Cereals - - 20c POST TENS CEREALS ..... 23c Betty Crocker Breakfast Tray - 23c POST TOASTiES - --- 18 oz. 13c KELLOGG ; S ALL BRAN, 16 oz. 19c RALSTON RY-KR1SP, 6 oz. - - 12c Skinner's RAISIN BRAN ---- 12c KROGER RICE PUFFS, 4Vz oz. 6c CHEERIOTS - - --- 7 oz. pkg. 12c Kellogg Shredded Wheat --- 12c MYLES TABLE SALT - 24 oz. pkg. 3c BOYETT DDT Spraying Co. I MACARONI, R & F . - -16 <«. i2 C Offices Temporarily Located 17 I F. Vine St. Geo. (Buddy) Boyctt—Owners—Fred Boyett Jr. l 5 ^ 1 «^\s&. ^F =»SS" '<rP '*£* - ,. Speed Chicks' St'urdy Growth wit-h . 1 M T E R N, ft J 1 0 H & L COMMUNITY Starter& Grower: Your Time Is Valuable . . . Our Service Is QUICK! Orange Juice, Packers, - 46 oz. 39c Duff's Muffin Mix --- 14 oz. 22c Vt Gal. - 29c Spaghetti, Alice Brand - No. 2 12c Top-Quality tggs.... Feed' JNTERNATIONAL Social tgg Producer til M t$H R » TIC H j •iY IfTtlWATIOiAL POULTRY FEEDS At Yesrr' ^ —'i.- -". 43 t a r * A L ftf or> SOLI r \/\/\/' •, for Road Service Anywhere . • Tires Repaired—any Kind. • Batteries Charged—Quick or Slow • Washing and Greasing • • All STANDARD PRODUCTS • Mechanical Repairs. MARR'S AUTO SERVICE YOU KNOW WHERE USED CARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. If you are going to keep your present car fct us give yon an estimate on reconditioning your motor, body and painting. Credit terms can be avrniij;cd. Tires, Tubes and auto and home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmoblle Cast Main St. GMC Trucks Phone 519 PUREX - - Qts. 18c; GREEN BEANS Toxiis (Jrown — Sweet, Tender GREEN CORN U. S. \i>. \ Sulctloil, Washed NEW POTATOES r ,S' 4S .'iiii'y Sweet c Floridiis. l,b. Well Trimmed — Now Tennessee Grown GREEK CABBACE ' ,? 5 COCOANUTS J 2 loaves 19C 33c CORN KIX "/' oz. 12c CATSUP 14 oz. bottle 16c MODESS 22c C.C, SPINACH No. 2'/2 16c ^. 8, F, NOODLES --- 16 oz. R. & F, SPAGHETTI - - 16 oz. 12c Sunsweet Prune Juice, - 32 oz. 29c Hunt's Tomato Suace - - - 8 ox- 6c Shinolo White Shoe Polish --- lOc Hot-Foot 5 pet. DDT Insecticide 3Qc Libby's Brown Beans - -14 oz. lOc AVON DALE VANILLA - - 3 oz. IQc TRUMP FLY SPRAY - - - Gal! 69c CORN, Golden Bantam, 12 oz. 14c Grapefruit Segments, No. 2 - - 24c Avondale Cut Green Beans No. 2 He Peanut Butter, Embassy, 32 oz, 50c Kroger Salted Peanuts - 4'/ 2 oz. 19c WiJson's Sweet Milk, 1 --- - Qt. 14c Grapefruit Juice, C. C. - 46 oz. 29c Borden's Cheese Spread, 50 oz. 29c MILK, Country Club, 4 tall cans 35 c SUGAR, Pure Cane Stamp Spare 46 Stamp Spare 9 --- .5 Lbs. 35c UCE liluck Valentine — Mississippi Grown Heel Uipc. Slice |ftc I.b. Iw 10 Qc 0 15 MEATS Baking Hens FANCY' I>K V K«SKH Lb. 52c SUPER DKI.IIXK TYPE 1 Weincrs Lb. 37c I LB. ROLL TY!'E Sausage, Lb. 39c Back Bones Lb. 6c Edam Cheese Lb.53c Pork Kidneys Lb. 17c Fat Backs Lb. 17c SEA FOODS H.&G. Whiting Lb. 17c Cod Fillets Lb. 39c Red Salmon Lb.39c Dressed Buffalo Lb. 49c * SUPER mnRKETS

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