The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 16, 1946 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 16, 1946
Page 13
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PAGBTCN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Loan to Britain Under Scrutiny Home -May 15 Secietary of tji$ Tre^ury P^ed M Virison, cojiced«<l j-estyrdaj tfcat the prqswced ^3 750,060,000 loan to Grail IJritaJn. would leave; the ic b'ocs,—Russia on one side U. $• anil Great Britain 09 the other. Vinson told: trie. HOW 86 BatUtHlg Coui)ttee he yrgs '«*re«U ^here is no way at this, time ta avoid two cconbrijic groups.' 'We' to take the world as It isi" W said, "about 70. per 'cent of th? world's trade now Is In the U.,S. and British areas. If an unclerstahdlng is" ieiehed on better 'trade practices In these areas, however, I hope' the practice may extend further." ' . " He; made- the statment in, reply to a ^question by Rep. Fred L. Crawford, R... Mi?h., whether,, the United States wouid'avoid- ing a ^svorld'split 'liito three great economic blocs.only io-create.twb. The•cominittee,is considering the Een3te-approve,d British loan bill. Crawford, predicting the loan would• be.: approved "overwliolmlni;- ly," referred to speeches of Soviet Premier Josef Stalin. He said it, "appears',- as if Russia_ wants to 'isolate-', lierself economically." Vfnsfoh' did riot answer.'directly, but sa^id: • - ' . . • ' "The British '.. agreement' is in th c interest of capitnlism, of Tree enterp'risc, of the kind of country and life we wa'nt here." . He /also, intimated that the loan would' prove -'« check 'on • Britain's movement toward the. lefi. This ciime ".when .Crawford' asked 'him what protection .'this country .would have if Britain's socialist govern 1 , ment maintains its loan payments but otherwise "acts against, our form 'of gpyernment." Vinsoii, choosing ills words carefully, replied: .. \ '.' . j "Tlie loan • will not acceutuali; the movement of the government to the left. You. can draw 'your own conclusions as to what may happen - if the loan Is not con'-' Eliminated," - .'. World Trade Conference Sought by UN NEW YORK. May. 1«. (UP>The United Nations will call a« international conference on tiflde nr)d 'employment after this month as the Initial step' in n program to improve living conditions nil over. HIP world.. The '...forthcoming -conference, which .will .be conducted by th,c UN's economic, and .social .council, ) wus -announced, 'last night by Secretary- General Trygvc Lie in nn address before the United States associates ' of the International Chamber of Commerce. . Lie asKed American businessmen to cooperate in raising" the living bt'ond^rds of the peoples of the world and thus eliminate poverty ns a cause'of \var,' Russia Is expected .to'end her boycolt of "the United' Nations Security council, at least temiJorar- ily, tomorrow when the 11-member council amccts to discuss procedural rules proposed by Its committee of e.viwrls.. . However,,Russian delegate Andrei A..Gromyko undoubtedly will play Hunger Knows Not Age or Race lookey against next week when the ' subject of Ivan comes up for discitssion. VA Sets Up Sub-Regional Offices in Jonesboro A new Service for Northeast Arkansas Ex-Servicemen was Announced 'this week by.the Jones- uoro Sub-Regional Office of the Veterans Administration. An Insurance colliM'.ion clerk lias been stationed in the VA Sub- Regional Office, Joueslx>ro, for the convenience o[ veterans who' wish to Pay premiums on their Nnllonu" Service Life insurance. Premium payments may be made In person or by mall. Money orders, His tattered clothing scant . protection from the coltl ground, thli- emaciated old mnn hus.fallen into a coma, induced by hunger, fron which he will probably never emerge. Ironically enough, he spent tht last of Ills strength hobbling to a wheat kitchen,'set UP by UNKA, but fell n't the doorway, too weak to lift bits of food to his month,. TJils photograph was taken by NBA-ACME correspondent Harlow Church somewhere in Hunan Province, China. <NEA Telephoto.) THURSDAY, MAY 16, 194<> son of the U.-S. Treasury. certified checks or personal checks I . The cumulative report showed will-be accepted, subject to collec-1 that "E" bond sales alone totaled lion, a nd must, lie made- iiuyable ^,2i;o,521. with 12 counties report" ' '- K sates of $30.000. Included In ranking; counties were PulusVc' Arkansas Man Helps.Set fi-29 Altitude Record In Flight-From Guam TOKYO. May:il5:.<yP)—Au Army B-'iD . Superfortress took '•; off from Guam Moriday and rose to a new world record altitude ol 44.200 feet lilli'a p'nylbad of 4,400 pounds, It v.-as disclosed, today. • Pavticipating in the Quam-.night were "^sti 1 bt.' " John " "Or" Barnes ShreyepBfr,:'la. ; ;7' J ana S-Sgt'."'Wlliie C. Elymv Pine Bluff, Ark. the Treasurer of the United tates. Those payments made by lail should be addressed to tliu .tanager, veterans AtlmUiistratton jab-Regional Office, joiiesboro.- Veteraix^ who wish to make In- urauce premium payments at- the New York or Little Hock offices >f the Veterans' Administration iniiy ontlnue to do so, as the new serv- ce Is Intended to siipplmnent raih- than replace existing facilities. Any assistance needed by vote•o,ns iti taking advantage of this lew service will be gladly furnlshcc 1 by the Contact Office here in Blytheville. Courier News April Sale of Victory Bonds Tops $3,235,000 LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 1C (UP) — Arkansas citizens bough more than .. $3,235,000 In United States snving bonds in April, ac cording to a report, roalensed her today by C. K. WlUicrson, : Slat Director oE the savings-Uovuvs dlvU county with $44.058; Sebnstiail $167792, Qnrliiud $150,322, Union'fail- Bill, Phillips $52,068. MlsslsslDl.-I i4I,3Bl. 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Tires, Tubes and auto and home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmoblle East Main St. CMC Trucks Phone 519 Oeatn Styk- No. 2 Can PICKLES Cut Dill 16 Oz Jar 22 SAVE UP TO A DIME A POUNP - - 2 loaves 19C TREET, Armour's Star, 12 oz Can 35c HAM, Swift's Chopped, 12 oz ran 40c TUNA, Grated 5 oz. Can 24c PREM Swift's, 12 oz. CATSUP, Ottawa Chief 14 ozbtl. 16c KRAUT JUICE, Meteor, 11 oz. can 8c Country Club Asst. Cereals - - 20c 33c POST TENS CEREALS 23c Betty Crocker Breakfast Tray - 23c POST TOAST!ES 18 oz. 13c KELLOGG'S ALL BRAN, 16 oz. 19c RALSTON RY-KRISP, 6 oz. - - 12c Skinner's RAISIN BRAN - - - - 12c KROGER RICE PUFFS, 4'/2 oz. 6c CORN KIX ">' oz. 12c CATSUP 14 oz. bottle 16c CHEERIQTS 7 oz. pkg. 12c Kellogg Shredded Wheat --- 12c MYLES TABLE SALT - 24 oz. P k g . 3c MACARONI, R & F --- 16 oz. 12c MODESS 22c C.C, SPINACH No. 16c Orange Juice, Packers, - 46 oz. 39c Duff's Muffin Mix --- 14 oz. 22c PUREX - - Qts. 18c; Spaghetti, Alice Brand - No. 2 12c Black Valrnliiiv—iMissi.ssiupi (irown \ Sli'inirlesK GREEN BEANS 'I't'Xiis Grown—Svvcol, Tender GREEN CORN "? '^r 10 II. S. Xo. 1 Select ec). Washed NEW POTATOES *; J ™ 48 \\pll '1'riinmed — N'cw Tennessee Grown GREEN CABBAGE ' n " 5 COCOANUTS R. & F. NOODLES --- 16 oz. 18<: R. & F. SPAGHETTI - - 16 oz. 12c Sunsweet Prune Juice, - 32 oz, 29c Hunt's Tomato Suace - - - 8 oz. 6c White Shoe Polish - - - lOc Hot-Foot 5 pet. DDT Insecticide 30c Libby's Brown Beans - - 14 oz. lOc AVO N DALE VANILLA - - 3 oz. IQc TRUMP FLY SPRAY - - - GaL 69c CORN, Golden Bantam, 12 ox. 14c Grapefruit Segments, No. 2 - - 24c Avondale Cut Green Beans No. 2 lie Peanut Butter, Embassy, 32 oz, 50c Kroger Salted Peanuts - 4*/2 oz. 19c Wilson's Sweet Milk ---- Qt. 14c Grapefruit Juice, C, C. - 46 pz. 29c Border's Cheese Spread, 50 oz. 29c MILK, Country Club, 4 tall cans 35c SUGAR, Pure Cane Stamp Spare 46 Stamp Spare 9 5 Lbs. 35c MEATS Baking Hens FANCY DKESSKD Lb. 52c SUPER DEI.llXK TYI'K 1 Weiners Lb. 37c 1 I.U. ROLL TYI'K 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 ntRRKETS

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