The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1947 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1947 B1AT1IHVILLE (AUK.)' COUIU10H NKWS PA6E NINE Delay on Italian Treaty Proposed Former Official Asks Ratification Be Held For Other Agreements lly JOHN I. KTIvKI.e (I'nili'd Tress Staff Cnrrcsiumilriil) WASHINGTON, May 1. (UPI — Former Assistant Secretary of .State " A. Bcrlc, Jr.. yesterday propos- ' - that ratification of the Itallun peace treaty be postponed until a- Kicrmcnt is near on the German and Austrian treaties. Tlio former official told the Senate Foreign delations Committee thiit the Italian (rent, had been .signed with the Men that iiBre;- ment would follow quickly on the German and Austrian treaties. Bole pronosed that Instead c.' Kennte ratification of the Italian treaty, the Senate and House l>a-s a resolution terminating the siitc of war with that nation. Preslcifc'ic Truman would be authorized t'> make an executive- agreement with Italy putting inlo effect the economic clauses of Ihe treaty pending final ratification. Berk! said he had hecn active In urgnthitinn:; with the Italian pnr- lisians during the war and had Piirliclpiilud in pledges to them that lifter the war the United Stairs would protect Italy's chances of .survival. "I have dchEr, of hrinnr to nay an,i I am here to pay them." ho said. Sen. Tf. Alexander Smith, R . N- J., asked Berle if his propos-il would not require maintenance of troops in Italy. Berle said he Ml at least token occupation forces -should l>e maintained. Berle said that when the Italian treaty is r:\lilied. Italy will have jtj/ to destroy her border fort. 1 !, dis- •inn on land and sea. and will los^ '<Oie ri^ht to be protected by other allied powers. i'In a weakened state she w-ill be confronted by the active force nf EI south balkan federation or empire in tho making which is expan:!- ing all the lime," he said. '"Hie hazards are greater by immediate ratification in the absence of European peace." Town Cuts Prices Ten Per Cent is -r • "" *" * ** wt ^ uvrnco, \\ EXCELLENT SHOP 'S, E ; SCHOOL] THEATRES, GO(J Colonel Gets 7 5-Year Term In Theft Case Slie was convciled several I nucal family. l'.t'ANK[''UUT, <'ol. .lack w. 1. (UP) More than 90 per cent of the retailers in U'ls of a campaign to beat hic.li prices. The e\perim sweep the nation. Mayor John Keller is shown n city limits. (NEA Teleplioto.) Negro Faces Electric Chair Second Time BATON ROUCiK, La., May 1 (UPj Willie I'Vancts. convic;t'ti murderer who .survived one "execution," -A* us doomed yrstcrday LIJ second trip lo the elect] iu chair on May 0 in u warrant siutu'd Uy AcllTiR Ciov. J. Emilc Vcrjft. Francis, IB-year-oUJ St. Martinville, I>n., Negro, last his last. ho])C' ing SeUiffe fa tally. He ki ed imlice capture L« t r|Uiiv. help- Irate Grocer Kills Robber; Nabs Another BTRMINGIIAM, AUi., May (U.P.)—An iralc ^ra.;cr who had been rejected by the Army for near .siyhtedncss emptied three pistols at two holdup guiimon. late yesterday in ;x wild cha.se, killing one and h£H>l"3 in the capture of the other, iwilicc reported today. . .... Store owner Phillip Riichey told police that two men, later idontl- j*fc] as Ororyn W. Setliffc. 41, and iSSihcr T. Iiiiguirc, 23, rutered hi-'J since atul ordered him and his v;Jfc to hold up thnir hands. Tic .said while Sell iff *j hi.-Iti a t'"" on them, I-ugnire rif't:d t)ie cash register uf $154 uii'l then cut the tctephone^cord. Tlie v two men fl'id through the front door after Luqutrc si ruck him on the chin, sal:! Richey, who wears thick innsed glasses. Richcy saicE he gave chase up Ihe street and ihrjugn a lumber yard, firing at th» fleeintj pair. He returned for another gun, emptied it and ho» n>wed ^ nat- watchJiinn's pistol, finally wound- life last luard of Pa anmien ( i con po I town tut prices a full (en per cent as the L'eginninil it will last HJ days and il i:i Impeil Hint, this pi:" 1 , will hi.; u siyri lo (he Chamber <>l CoiiniK'ive po.'/.er M (He •ek when !he Suiti- Ions reftlseti to 1V - ilttutlon of hi:, (le,itli j.I'll I ••nee. The Nei'.ro ymilli, convicted fur the 1011 murder of a SI. Martin- May Ditiant, was ron- ">'c(^'vc:.1eiilavof tiikliin part inlhe HM(l.WC) robbery of thf Hessi- Cnnvn j,-v,e|j; and was sentenced to If. yenrs ut hinil labor. f-'tinuliMH white lucert and stiffly i't ;ii;cnlum, D'.IVHUI heard the vmllcl of the .sei'cn -inn:: mlllhiry c"int wlileh tried hl-n (ar lus ii:'r|.| lu the sensntlonal dis'ippearuncc of livasiin- (mm its hl(lli> :i place Hi\mlii'ri; CaslM neuv Krunk- linl The i.cnlence nl::o carried Ihe lirnvision that niirunt, be diKiulfs- i'd tnun (he Army. Kussi'll c. Charlton, pi'rsi- mi;nc.st. hml pieviouslv been u new clmnce for life hv •isiiuis <if the l^iiUslaiiu mid U .Supreme Courls. said he had received u teli'fiiiun to Ihe effect that the con- vii'ird murder's nttorney. llerlnind I'elilane. has filed notions in ar- re.-.t iif ihe judgement uiid for a new ''la! in Die district court. Hut, sultt Hie ;icthu; uoverno]', "no order 01 i' (l| n: b;ts stayed tile governor ir-m. MOW peifoimlni; his duty In Ihe ilKiller." dent of the Clene-al Comi Mitr-, the jllal, iinnoiineeil ihai Diiiao'. was inr:ntlis ii|;o, niul Is scrvln™ u prls , iiullty of t.lcallnn III:: Hew.' U:\vrls, on tc-rm. iMtiuuulHU! them Int., II,,. llniled I;il1 , lht Bm( h!s „.„,, wcro ; M.Mrs In violnlloi, .,1 ea.l.mi i II.WN ,,,,,,<,„ hl o) , lcnKo ] , sl „,„„. Wlll . .iiiut slt;n!ii|i muitlir r nliiivn- ,,uino ,.,,„.„., lm ,, a o ([| ( . a |., s;ll< | , lt ,,,„, to liuslcn In;; own diseli.H".e. .,„,„. i )lnl lhrj , nd-nHidi ln |5| llg Dmaiit anil his wile. Die lorimr from Kronberg C/iiMlt: » •foitunc WA(J C'iipt. Kallil"i>n 11. Nash, hi Jewels and relics of the llousu were (lie principal defendants in nf Hesse, the ilerniKii tirand Mrs. Durant was mess | for an officers' . rest camp in^- Kronbers Castle. officer Prepared Sp. ( SURE,PEPSI -EVERYTHING'S \ COSTING MORE THESE PAYS. FOOP'5 / UP 92%-HOUSE FURNISHINGS66%- CLOTHE566%- EVtRVTWINGS UP- BUT YOU STILL GET A PEPSI-COLA FOR ONLY k* AN OUNCE/ / RIGHT/ IN 5PITE OF INCREASED COSTS PEP5I-COLAI50NJLY 6t FOR THE B\G 12-OUNCE BOTTLE. IT'S STILL YOUR BEST BUV / Holllcr: I'tysi-Cdla Holtlinit Co. of ' lilylheville $ ever won l In city ^fter city, Chiffon became a leader almost overnight! Coolair No purer Plus Cooling Von flick ;i switch nt^cl a co:)lin^ brrcne comes Hooding llinmsli every room in yotir homo! Frp. i :h. tiealthfnl oiit.sitic air is drown in Ihrough doors and windows ami U]i Ihrough an atlractivc coiiiLTf; grille; or ;i\itoiuatic shutter inlo a suction box in the attic. The COO LAIR FAN. mounted in the box, blows the :iir outdoors Ligaln through attic exhaust openings. See the COOLAIR PAN in our store; you'll want it for your home. Terms can lie ananpcrl. Hut don't wait, hot weather 's Just around the corncrl n // PURE SOAP is safer with colors- quicker with dishes-kinder to hands! A Product of Armour and Company Made in the South For Southern Climate! Chiffon Soap Flakes are pure soap I No purer soap was ever made. /N..,. \Y. !<•>/> RX So, you're sure to like Chiffon much better ^E -for silks, nylons, woolens, and for dishes. ^^ * And your hands stay soft and lovely f BEN WHITE & SONS , GESIERAL CONTRACTORS *- '.-•»•'.'.'*• »- • MAIN-OFFICE——NORTH TENTH • '• ; "^X «'-s... /''-•,•' . . Phone 3151 We Guarantee RECAPPING | with I HawkSnum Treads . j Let Your Next Tires Be { GENERALS 1 Cost More — Worth More} MOD1NGER TIRE CO. | Ufi K. Main Phoue 2201 ' Your home-owned market is leading the field reducing prices on all our merchandise! SPARE STAMP NO. 11 GOOD FOR 10 LBS. r> POUNDS SUGAR 43c EXTRA STANDARD NO. 2 CAN •^ C'ANS FOR TOMATOES 25c (> SiVlALL CANS OK :.$ LAKC;K CANS 37c 1IU1NK. CLAIM' AND (MQKIilCK BABY FOOD 6 for 45c '/j GALLON BRER RABBIT S Y It U P SURK- BE SURE WITH c i<: it p r o ivn,. 25c CA\ T OVA ENTER THE BOB HOPE CONTEST I'HI'SODKNT TOOTH I'ASTE ~;?C AX!) 4,'}('. 10 QUART 7A \C I>AIL 4I3c: BRACK'S CHOCOLATES i.u. 79c; rz... 1 LB. CTN. 1 Ml RIO LAK't) •-**-lr- f^t « .9 i > SLAB BACON 55c WHOLE SWEET PICKLES is o/.. 29c CHARMIN OR SCOTT TOILKT TLSSUE KOLL lOc NUCOA OLIOO LU. 39c 200 SIZE KLEENEX PKG. CITY SUPER MARKET 109 WEST MAIN STREET PHONE 2668

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