The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 2, 1947
Page 9
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FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1947 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAtJK NINfc Manufacturers Hear WAA Chief Textile Men Informed Of Policy to Avoid Dumping Surplus Goods WASHINGTON. May '>. UJPI — CJnel Sullivan, pxccYliv? director Jf>Ulc Democratic National Com**«JV. said today president Tru- »mii has directed members of his rabintjl "lo put the heat on Ihr busic manufacturers for price reductions. Sullivan visited the White House yesterday for n conference between the President and party lexers from Minnesota, North Dakota South Dakota jtnd Wisconsin. The party leaders were here for nnoihrr in a series of "(houghl clinics-" They received the firsl issue of "capital comment", a weekly news letter which will be sent out to party workers throughout the country over Sullivan's signature, In the first issue, SuUiv;m said '.hat the only lender in Ihe effori to cut prices "within reason 1 ' wa: Mr. Truman. "But lie has no real authority.' I'ullivan .sale]. "He can only moral suasion. At present a concentrated publicity campaign is be intj carried on by cabinet officers under the President's direction to put the heat on the basic manufacturers. "These arc Iho real culprits." Sullivan .said, "Retailors in general arc willing to cooperate — they nre exposed to the wrath the buyer and they respond pressure." As UN Takes Up Palestine Problem Blind and Almost Deaf, Mother's Day Founder eSbscrvcs 83rd Birthday 2± t^fcsT CHESTER. Pu., May 2. (UP)—Anna M. Jarvis. \vlio .started llio campaign that led to .the celebration of Mother's Day. observed her 83rd birthday yesterday. MIES Jarvis has ijecn a patient at Ihc Marshy U Square Sanatorium etch since 1EH3- Blind now and almost deaf, she has been confined to licr heti for .some time. It was her crusade that led to the observation of 'Mother's Dai on the second Sunday in May. Jews, locking an oflidul state, don't hove spokesman in UN. But Jewish Agency, claiming to ;c j prc'jCnt waild Jewry and Hebrew Committee of Notional Liberation, which speaks lor Palestine Jews, demand voice in UN Assembly Jebuccs. Britain turni to UN for help. Special session of Assembly called to set up a fuct- nding commit[cc, which would recommend means foe UN lo end Palestine itrifc. Meanwhile violence goes on. Since Aug. 1, 1945, 123 Bcitoni have been killed, injured by Jewish Underground attacks. Aral) League nolions in UN mand immediate independence Polcstine, As Arabs outouin bar Jews, they would canliol country, could tcstncr migration. Jews counter willi demand \QI irnmcdmSc large-scale Aiab League stales represented in UN. Arab League stales nol represented. culture employes ami the ficlf-em- plojed. 5. Shifting cventimlly of (lie en- iT costs ot old ajje and survivor':; surance to state KlveimiH'nLs. Greek-Turkish Loan Approved "» Rv I I ^ f* t\f (* I Wouhl llavo HUKO Family t *7 l/.ta/.Vtf . Ul VB> . j If 11 liuiii nnd wife had .six children, they could give the earth H.s "AKIUN'CiTON, Miy 'J. tUl>) —- P'^sf"' population In 10 Kcnera- 1'lie U. 8. Clumioer"of Commerce ll"«». will) »>> couple Imvlnij more "•'V approvni (hu »4CO.C<».OW M'ok-'hirklhli aid pn>i;nim to hull • 'iiinmnlsm in Ihe Middle Hssl. 1'i'liViiies al the lUinual mectlUB | iplM'ovcd aid to a recce unit Turkey i 'for i he purpose of impnivltiK I • ln'ii economy iin ( | ju-olcclliiK thi'lr inle|!rlly ngaln-st external a^niTssioti." Tin 1 Chamber nlso wft.s ex|wel- cd t» approve a resolution In favor of banning secondary boycotts unit sympathy strikes unit of nxul- "yint; Hie union .shop. OthiT re.sohiltons adopted todny 1 Kiu-otiritK'iil! other nnllon.s lo rcfr.iln from cxt'esslve larltfs nnd Irade Imrrlers. 2. Cnordittallou of government ai!i'iKi<'s denllng with soil and wit- ter conservation^ 3 IVrinlUlDK oarrlei-s lo maki cunf(Ti-m:c Hgrefincnls npiiroveit I I lie Interstnte C<mimeree Otmtnl sliin wLlliitiit uelnt; subjected In 11 itnll-lrtisl laws. •I Ileteiition of sUilo public en u!o\menl services under stale Ju RADIO REPAIRS 1 AND 2 DAY SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OH MOUl',1, RK- L.1ADL10 WOUKMANSI1U>. :vxtci>sl(ni of old rti PHONE 2642 Wu Cn!) for uiid Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Klcctriral Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola U.iitlo Bulfn and Hcrvkce IOC Soulh First fit Tmlaj'K frer MCAI Itcctird Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Cnnvfnr always rail for Mnp shov.-s Ar.ib I.rai;uc stales nnd spotliglils signiflrant developments in the Palestine siluiillon ns the United N;iticjns laUcs its iirsl ollicial crnck at the problem in special Gcnei-al Assembly session, Lake Success, N. Y. /'- War Department fo Wipe Out Many Civilian Jobs •WAEHINGIUCN, May 2. (UP) — The War Department, disclosed yes tcrday thai 30 to &0 per cent of Us top civilian jobs will be wiped oill under a order by the last Congress lo reduce the number of| civilian employes to 176.COO by j July 1. I It previously announced that. 42,000 civilians in all would lose their jobs. So far,'the E-ipartmcnt :.-\ld;-'.!!e Presbyterians Set '47 Budget at $3,435,4'!5 ATLANTA. C.u., May '.'.. HII'l — The Committee (in Stewardship <jl t]](i Prcsbj tci'i:ui Church in Lhr; United States yestcrdiy apl-nivcd an expanded op^r.-.intr biid:',et aii'l called on ehurt'lies to ]jn:>h a "i'i'.<- gram of progress" durini; ilie coin- heaviest slashes have been made in lower ^ratte pnMtii.ns. lint no;v. 3o to 50 per cent of the tup civi- liaj) jobs will be eliminated. In:; year. Tlie new ''askinj;" budget for 1943-4!) will lie $3,435.415 which is £32:,415 more than its cunent biul- nel. The three-day annual .spring mevtir/! adjourned here yesterday alter election ot otticers and executive committee. Panama Hats Cleaned & Kcblockcd The Johns Shop 503 W. Main iviir i])s(tvance lo worker* In -imifiL nvcuiii'-'lloi".'., B«™ri>- meni cnipiuycs, mil workers, ui;vl- Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Phone 2043 1011 Cliicknsawha 's Judge n) «f Federal Judge Henry A. Scliweinbaut is pictured a= trial of former Congressman Andrew J. May, ot Kentucky, and Gars- EOU brothers nnd associates began in Washington. Better Aid to Housekec'innc/ Rent Our New FLOOR POLISHER Mississippi Co. Lumber Co. Phone 4445 WARDWEEK SPECIALS Available At The Catalogue Desk! Electric Motors s Agfa!!! Wards lead the way LOWER A vastly superior new kind of rubber, and more cords in a new type of body construction, make these new tires the safest, longest •\vcaring in Hood's history. / ' 25% longer Wear 35% Stronger Construction Wider, flatter tread — this means more rubber on the road to sliarc [he load . . . longer, more even wcnr . . . less scuffing . . . maximum traction. N»w, Hi-Density Cord of greater l.^jlc strength and 229ft more cords — ibis means greater resistance to road shocks anj bruises, giving you extra protection against blow-outs. Men's matched outfits 5 98 FORMERLY 7.89 SHIRT. . .. 2.49 PANTS ... 3.49 Men — Innk at these pavings! jWcll-lailorcd tiulfils of sanfor- ized* twill, ^ahardixc and' pop- Jin. All sizes. Gel yours now!_ ALLEN Petroleum Co. £Won'l sluink over • ' 'Acid all your purchases to jour ^hlonllily Payment I'liii!./"" Highway 18 Phone 20\J5 iH.P. IMP 2 n.r • .24.9.5 27.95 Outboard Motors i H.P. 3 H.P. 49.50 88.50 Galvanized Pipe i INCH I INCH 1 INCH per ft. 9f*perft. Poultry Wire 12 Inch 24 Inch 36 Inch - 150 ft. Roll $2.25 - - 150ft.Roir$4.15 - - 150ft. Roll $6.10 Lawn Mowers A SPECIAL VALUE 16 INCH BLADE $17.50 WARD WEEK ENDS SATURDAY

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