The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1947 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 9, 1947
Page 14
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FACE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 0, 1947 Ko Police Seize Commie Offices President of Brazil Says Democracy Must Be Preserved «IO DE JANEIRO, May 9. (UP) •"-Police squads occupied ihc nation*! and regional lieaclfiuarters Of the outlawed Bra/iliau Communist Party today to pi event protect demonstrations against the ban ^tfiffd by the supremo electoral tribunal. ' By a 3 to 2 vote tbe tribunal rul... (bat the' Communist Parly was un- ooacUtutional. The nc'.lii afleclcd the party's 200,000 registered tnem- $ers in Brazil and left in doubt'the Jritatus oft Luis Carlos Prestcs. tin Barty president, H Coniuiunisl de)> lilies and nearly 70 Communists in iUte legislatures. 7 It was believed tlial both Con gress and {he supreme electoral tribunal would be asked to rule on the status of the ComimMist lead- in. - At the same time Prcsidcn', Euri- fo Caspar Dutra suspended the Brazilian' Federation of Labor nr.d 21 regional labor organizations al- teced to be under Coniuiunisl, influence. - The Communist Party was outlawed under Article 141 ol the 1018 Constitution which forbids the "or- Canizatlou registration or func- Uoning of any political parly or association whose program of aclinn runs counter to democratic regimes based on the principle uf plurality 6f parties and on the guarantee of fundamental human rights." i President Dutia directed the Courts to start judicial pvoceedins.! Co dissolve the labor organizations affected by his decree, lie said the action was necessary for the protection of democracy. I "Democracy Is not. nor can it be. puaivc," Dutra said. "Ii must be vigtland and fight for 1U own sur- Tiral. It has the right to dzfcnd Silver Strike Brings 'Ghost' to Life German Food Crisis Brings Stern Orders BERLIN, May 9. (UP) — Gen. Lucius D. Clay said tonight that American troops would be called out If necessary lo enforce the collection of foodstuffs from German farmers as required by the rationing and distribution regulations. Becking a solution or the grave food ciisis In the Anglo-American zones. Clay said he was prepared to give even more authority to German officials of the two-zone food board. He said thai might mean tak- ug "drastic measures." Asked what he meant, Clay said: "I[ it Is necessary to take drastic measures, sve will. We could confiscate the farmers' holdings. If : have to, I will I still have an army here." He added 'thai he hoped such a course would not be necessary. Clay's hint .of stern measures to deal with the food situation came two years to the day after Ihc surrender of Germany. The occasion found the .situation so threatening that IJrilish occupation authorities imposed news blackout. Connecticut Gets 'Bone Bank' To Aid Cripples NEWI-N'GTON. Conn., >Miy 9. 'UP) — Human bones, stored In scaled ;irs at suu-Kero temperatures, were •eacly for instant use today at the ^ewington home for crippled children. The first "bono bank" in Connecticut, and the second in the natiorij was .set uj> to store bones for periods as long as six months. The functioning of the bone bank is .-iimpliliod by discovery that recipient and donor need not lii\vj the .same blood type. All the doctors need to be sure of Ls that llic transferred bone- comes from a person free of certain diseases. British Plan Plantations In Big Gome Country of Africa to Grow Edible Fats LONDON, May 9. (UP)—British government hunters in Africa are shooting thousands of zebra, gnu, and springbok as the first move in a plan to clear 3,210,000 acres of big game country for peanut plantations, carcasses arc left to rot In the African sun, "Once Ihc game knows It Is an unhealthy area, it will disperse," according to Prank Samuel, managing director of the United Africa Co., which Is handling the long- term project for the food ministry He said the game slaughter was necessary lo assure success of the government's program to relieve Britain's acute shortage of edible fats. Better Aid to Housekeeping The old ghost town of Panamint, Calif., has come tc life following a mnjor silver strike there. In California's pioneer days, Panamint. ncr.r Death Valley, was a desperadoes' hidtoul. Chimney al led belongs to old smeller, built by Chinese coolies in (he 11170's. I'iiolo rl-.ovvs modern Quniiscl huls being creeled for inllux of minors for Arr.cricmi .Silver C'OI : |:OL ation which reports the new "Torfiboy'' vein includes lOO.CUO lims i/l ore ;ii.s;.j iny Sl^VJ to 111.' lull. Puss-in-Boor Rent Our New FLOOR POLISHER Mississippi Co. Lumber Co. Phone 4445 Illinois Officers Arrest Man Wanted in Arkansas CHICAGO, May 0. (UP)—Julius Strum, 35, was held today pending removal to Little Rock, Ark., tc face charges of stealing blank checks from the Union National Bank there. Sturm was arrested nt ncarbj Waukejjan, 111., after two otlic men Implicated him In bogus check deals which police said totaled $'>,- SCO and involved 150 bad checks. The other two ^erc John Stcincr 20, Chicago, and John li. Wilson 27. Flint, Mich. They were arrcstci while trying to cash a check in suburban department .store. Police said Sturm formerly lived in Louisville. Ky.. and that while the Army he was sentenced to 25 years for ei^hL armed robberies, but was released after serving 25 uonlhs. 11 House Members Push ~)ld Age Pension Bills WASHINGTON. May D. (UP) — Eleven House members who have nsorc ( i bills to liberalize old age tensions have petitioned the House >».': iVay.s and Means Coinullttcc lo $ ake sotne action on the legislation. >; 'I'hc members, in a letter to com- £ miUee chairman Harold Knutson, >: Ii., iMinn., asked that the differ-,* cut bills receive joint consldera- ! >; lion. The sitid they were united '?'. in agrcclnfj that old age pensions : «= should be increased and that they >: should be uniform in all states. i £ The members signing JJic letter ;^ Included Hep. .J. Hardin Pctersen,' $ D., Fla, and Rep. Robert L. P. i v aikes, D., Fin. , lH Stewart's Corn Chips hit the soot SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY EARLY MATURING ..Foundation Stock— Direct From Hi coder Recent test proved yields 3 to 5 more bushels per acre and stands up "hotter than Kalsoy. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone ATTENTION FARMERS You Can Now Get 100% Coverage On Your Crops Against Hail Storms! This may bo a year of heavy hail storms. We represent the largest ancl oldest Hail Storm Insurance Company and with the highest ratinf?. Special representative will lie in Blyllicville and vicinity for a limited time to take applications. Call, write or phone NOW i'or particulars—No obligation! UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 510 A. F. DIETRICH, Manager Over Guard's Jewelry Store "Everything In Insurance" Clnvius, largest known crater on the moon, has a diameter of 150 miles There's nothing so comfortable for a cat-nnp as n nice snug shoe, thinks this Chicago kitten. itself. II is not possible that Ihc liberalization of Us principles r.luill take it lo the extreme ot its o'.vn destruction." Lnbor Minister Morva.i dc Pig- nercdo said the government iind full proof that recent tilrtkrs and labor disturbances lihd coen dirctl- crt by union elements ntnlinted lo or under the influence oT the' Communist Party. The Brazilian Commm'isl Pavly was legally authorized in Ansjust. 1945. and had only 20 months of legal existence. In the Janiiiiry election Communist candidate.', received mi aggregate of nearly &09.000 votes. Read Courier News Want Ads. ,«. Save 50% Chopping Expense | I'lant Clicmitally Delintvtl, Fuzz-Free COTTON SEED | S;tve Money—(i to 10 Lbs. per Acre. Any corn, pea or>= >*: ' - :•! >: bean planter will plant these smooth, slick cotton seed. J V! >; ;t; Can be plowed 5 (» (i days after planting. ijl >• KOWOKN dlU — STONEV1LLE 2C — !)!>& L M >! >i X >; y For Sale 15y S BLYTHEViLLE SOYBEAN CORP.! Phones 856-857 V>">"*"*"X>"<>1>1X>!>"*"*">!>I>I>I>I>"^ AAAA CERTIFIED BABY CHICKS ] A complete line of poultry feed. Battery fed fryers— i buy them on foot. ! POULTRY WANTED: 1 l]*n or truck load. ] Open til 0 Saturday evening, 8 to 10 :i. m. Sunday Plenty of Parking Space LEWIS POULTRY ys* il Phone 949 419 East Mairt St. **'^>>";<>:>;>;>:>>:>>:>;>.>:>>:>:>>:>:>:>:'*:>:>::»>::*:>;*>::»:>;:*"'*>:>:.»:>::*:>;>:>][«*»>^ I GATEWOOD GROCERY I >; Ark.-Mo. State Line >; OH the left at the Arch Phone 975! NOTICE Twin Gables — Osceo'a, Ark. To our Friends and Customers: For your Convenience -we arc now offering CURB SERVICE! Plenty of Parking Space in rear . . . We special- ize in Ice Cold Beer and Delicious Sandwiches. Open 9 a.m. Til 12 p.m. Proprietor O. C. St. Clair TWIN GABLES OSCEOLA, ARK. the BLADDER IRRITATION Thousands Have Fpund Uclicf in the Natural Mountain Valley Mineral Water from famous Hot Springs, Arkansas. A pure, soothing aid in relieving irritation of these delicate organs, helpful in stimulating kidney action and eliminating systemic wastes. Doctors have prescribed this pleasant water for over fifty years. CROSSTOWN WHISKiY SHOP Main and Division k, Ark ; ^ WAITS ""- TALKS SOUTHERN AUTO STORES ACTS! 10% to 60% SAYING ON ALL MERCHANDISE YOU PURCHASE DURING THE ENTIRE MONTH OF MAY Southern Auto Stores V; PI. rt. 5th $ 7 Crown J Kinsey >; Schenley >: Philadelphia . . :« ; Three Feathers >: Hill & Hill >; Old Taylor . . . •*• Four Roses . . . . .35 2.65 4.15 .35 .35 .35 .35 .40 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.75 4.35 2.85 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.40 4.50 S Beer per Case $3.35 | GAS, reg 17.9c; Ethyl 19.9c Cigarettes . per carton $1.55 "For Work Done Right" CALL 474-475 Cold Storage for Furs and Woolens NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS I KEROSENE & FUEL OIL* CALL 2089 'The Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ To«r Boarce .f PETROLEUM ofBM1 Dependable 8 er rl« PRODUCTS BR at Chenr Clay Road Gravel Available in Yard or Carload Lots * --DELIVERED-Phone 721

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