The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1947 · Page 4
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PACT FOtTt LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 20, 19-17 Chinese Students ClashWrttiPolice One Killed, 20 Injured . As 6,000 in Anti-War Demonstration Battle BY RO«E7.T United PITS Staff Corr«imn<t<>nl i NANKING,- May 20. (UP) —' Chinese University students clashed with soldicis "and iwlice today during a mass "anti-war" dem-' or&trnlion and the ministry of ed- uciition said 17 studenls were In- jurtd. Some 6,000 student.'; rushed a police, cordon stretched across Nanking's main street. Sludint leaders said one demonstrator' was killed and" 20 injured during the batllc which followed. The demonstrations reached 1 their peak as Gcncrallssimo Chiang Kni-shek told a meeting of' the ePople's Political Council that the Kuomlhtnng govirnnlsnt; was prepared to resume peace negotiations as soon as Communists stopped their ."rebellion." Studenls timed their protest lo coincide with the imxstluf;, .tut it was adjourned after a short cession. Students stormed police lines around the university campus They carried placards. .protesting living conditions and the. continuing civil war. Twenty . students were arrested after club-swinging officers dispersed vhc demonstrators with fire hoses, belts anil other weajKins. •rtie trouble started earlier this Anti-Commies Branded as Idiots By Italian Paper 'ROME, May 20. (UP)— Palmira Togllattl, Italian communist leader, hi an editorial liltnck ulinc;! especially at Simmer Welles, Tornicr Undersecretary of State, t.oday branded American aiitl-Comnnintsti us "Idiots." An editorial in the Communist newspaper Unila heaped personal abuse upon Welles in reply lo Welles' recent radio statement, that the Italian Communists were operating with "funds from Nfosejw," Toglinllt announced ye.Ucidiiy that he had cabled Welles demnnd- Uig proof. Failure to produce the proof, Toglintli said, would make Welles open to charges of being a 'liar and slanderer." The Communist attack on American political leaders cnnu' while Francesco Nittl the ngetl forru-r prime minister, sought to lorm a new coalition government expected to include the Communists. 'British Lion 'Roars' for Spinsters WHY BE A SLAVE TO LAXATIVES? Womu Gets Grand Resulia Eating Famous Breakfast Cereal Bave you despaired of ever being "regular", again? Then read tliia sincere, unsolicited letlcr: "I had fo take a laitalivo nil tlio lima — couldn't Mem to live without it. Ono day, •it years »K°. I decided to try Kelloet;'* AL/,-fl/i'AW, and waji nmnlcd Bl tho results. ALlrBRAN is always [m my brraUaat mi'iili Bow and, nccdlrss to say, I'm no longer ron- •tip«tetl. I think il is lilt! RTandwit corral on ttanuikcl." Mra. LlJa Coup «20 Nichols You, too, may expect lasting results if your constipation is due to lack of b'ulk in the diet . . . simply eat KELLOG G'S ji&k-B/fAJV every day—and drink plenty ol water. Try itl II not completely sntisncd with the results after 10 days, send th* empty carton to the Kellogg Company,"Battle Creek, Michigan, and get double vowjtnontv backl ALIfBRAN;l3 not B purgative but • U'h'olesorrfe food made from the •vital outer layers of wheat. For best results eat daily either as a cereal, or "in muffins. Get KELLOGG'S ' at your grocer's tofau. Cotton Council Predicts Heavy Demand tor Sheets MEMPHIS, Tcnn.. May 20. i.UP> —An estimated 500,000 hates of cotton will be consumed annually by sheet manufacturers oy lt)5(i, Ihc National Cotton Council reported today. Cotton will 1» used in nil parent of the sheets produced hi lhat year, making sheet production tlic No. 2 domestic consumer of raw cotlon, the council said. Britain's old maids want a pension nnd they're lolling London about it in every way they can—including through these loud speakers hung from the moulh of one of. the fumed Trafalgar Square lions. morning when Nankins University students, accompanied by rlcl- ceatlons from Shanghai and invngchow, headed for the central university campus. Warned hy Clthiiiff As they approached Ihe Ccnlrnl campus, Ihe students fouii'l Uinn- sclvcs stirroundcd by Youth AI- iny units. Chiang wnriuxl thrm enrlier Hint further riisorclrvs would bring severe punishment. The army unlt.'i fired rifles a;itl tommy guns into the air in an cl- forl lo break up the dcmonstva- tion, but Hie students rushed In and the solcliei's yielded nftcr brief scuffle. Central University students who hnd eluded tholr ' |>unrds, then joined the dcmon- slrnlion, sho\Utng for an cud to the civil war, increased living allowances, aua Improved, living conditions. Fifteen lliousand students tn Pleplng: planned n city-wide clemonslrallon today to oiti'oll workers for a general strike June 2 as a protest against, Ilio wav. Students announced the plnn as Nationalist positions tirnund Changchun becatnn uncertain ns Ihe result of Communist encircle- incnt. Chinese press dis|>a<,cncs, mcjm- whilc^aid Communist, forces wc'e closing in on Changchun from t-he Wpst, South -nnd North. Severe fighting was reported Southwer Agri Secretary Plans for End of Sugar Rationing CHICAGO. May "0. -:UPI—The government Is laying its plans 16 end sugar rationing, over. Ihough no definite date is in siyht, Secretary of Agriculture Clinton I'. Anderson said today. Anderson arrived ner.i yostcrdp.y to confer with Walter P. Straub regarding a survey of the sugnv situation and whut woul.l be needed to conclude the rationing program. Straub. director ofj n Chicago food processing firm, is i!i™ former director of the food rationing division of the Office of Price Administration. Tlie secretary said such matter:: us the dismissal of r.-itlonlm; em- ployes would survey which to conduct. included Is-asking in the Straub Newbury port- Plan in Discard After One Month NEWBURYPORT. Mass.. May 20 <UP> — Failure of Ihc nation'; wholesalers to cooperate wns blrun ed today for the Virtual collapse ct the "Ncwburyport Finn" whereby retailers here cut prices 10 per rent in an effort to bring the cost of living down. Often Hurls Perfect Game ALBANY, Cia.. May 20. (IIP) — Olter Ottcn, Georgia-Florida B.asa- )all league pitcher turned in it lo-liit no-run game last night a- gninst Albany but almost ?ost '.he jame whcii his Valdosta m.ites :nmbled the ball four times almost .lermitting scores.- Valdosta HnaUy .von 2 to 0. Harrison High' To Graduate Class of Fifteen Commencement exorcises for graduating .students aL William }J. Harrison TJeci'O Higli School will be held Thursday at 8 p.m., hi the uidiloiium of Pilgram Rest 13a]>- list Church, George D. Hollis, principal, s'alcl today. n. 8. Lewis, Jr., of Memphis, klntf ol the 'Negro Division of the Cotton Cnrnlvn'i, the Cotlou Makers Jubilee, will be speaker. Tonight will be elns s night with the program to besin at 8 p.m. in l!ic school auditorium. Tlie High School Choral Club '.vill present its annual musical Lo- inorro'.v at 8 p.m. at tlic Savoy Theater. Tlie program will include ^piritual, classical and semi-clas.sl- cnl selections, 'iyicre v:ill be a' set- tlor, reserved (or white people. Graduating sliidenis arc Ophcliii <Al(lriclBC, Dorotliy Mae Dailey. Albert 'Hirsch, Willie Mae Hughes Teictha Thomas, Juanita Inola Campbell, George •Enstmati, Albcr- tino Hirseh, Elsie Mae Jone.s, Arthur Lee Thomas, Evie Mae Crawley. Waller P. Green. Esther Mari HlmfihiU, niiey Parks Jr., Willie Lee Young. JiiniiStii .pmnpboll will receive liish honors and honors will go to Willie Mae Hughes. Evlc Mae Crawley and Esther Marie Himphill. »ginnlng on Hie 1st. dny of July. '947 and to expire on U;j SO day of June, 1IM8. 'Stewart Dnic SJlorc. Hnrvey Utewnrt. .NOTICE j 'Notice Is hereby given that Hie undersigned will within the time fixed by, law apply to the Commissioner of 'Revenues of'tlic State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail at. Rt. I. Box 17, Blylho- ville, Arkansas, >Mls«lsippi, Coinuy. The undersigned stale.; lliat he is a citizen, of Arkansas, of good moral character, tffat he has never been convicted of a felony or other. criine involving moral turpitude; | that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last, past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws ol this stale, or any other slate/ relating lo the sale of alcoholic liquors. L. E, pierce Subscribed and .sworn to before inn this 13 day of May, 1047. Mrs. Marshall Blackard (SEAL) Notary Public. My Commission expires March !1, 1049. 1>R. MILTON E.'WEBB Optometrist Fast Main Illytlievllle, Ark. I Livestock ST. LOUIS NA'ITONAL STOCKYARDS. May 20—(UP)—(USDA) —Livestock: Hogs Ifl.CCO; salable 10.501); mi* even. Barrows and gilts 75 to 1.25. mostly 75c to $1.00 lower; sows 1.255!) 1.50 lower; good ahd choice 150 to 2« 1!)S 22.75 lo 23.00; few late 23.25; a little more than a load topped early at 23.. r ,0; 251) to 270 Ibs 22.00 to 22.V5; 270 to 300 Ibs 2(1.50 lo 22.25; ISO to lid Ibs 21.25 lo 23.00; 100 to - 120 ib pigs 18.25 lo 20.50. Cattle 3,703; salable 3,503; calves 2,500; nil salable; steer of firi very lifjht, with less than a do^cn loads on sain. Heifers and mixed yearlings in fairly liberal supply Cows making up approximately 2f per cent of receipts. A lev/ lo.itls good steers, steady nt 23.CO to 24.- Ot); odd lots 2-1.50; good heifer: and mixed yearlings 22.00 lo 23.60; medium kinds 20.CO. Title Bout Is Postponed NEW YORK. May 20. (UP)—Ray 1 Robinson's wellcrwcight litle bout I against Jimmy Doyle at Cleveland 'was postponed today from May 30 .mill June 17 after it was determined that the fighter had sutfr.rcrt ashes above both eyes in winning split 10-roiuk! non-title decision over George Abrams of Brooklyn ,n a bout nt Madison Square Gnr- (Icn last. Friday night. of ishui, on Hie Shanlmn The Comniunist radio said Only played muni.il troops' hnd attacked outposts of Yenan, (ho former Communist capital. front. claiming Com- President a few merchants still dis- banners and poslers pro- they were supporting Truman's cut-iho-cost plea. In general prices were about the same as those in n:nrby I owns which failed to climb on the Nc\v- buryporl Plan bandwagon. Merchants, who saw i.iieir plan lo lower prices sweep across Ihe nation, said after a month's trial that lliey hud been forced lo po back lo higher prices because wholesalers declined to cut costs nt the source. Durocher and Bride Return to Hollywood J1OIUYWOOD. May 20. (UP) — Leo Durocher and his bride, actress .Laraine Day. arrived from New York yesterday with nothing to-Kay about their future plans. Durocher, ousted from baseball for a year, said Brooklyn Dodgers president Branch' Rickey "will do :ny talking." Miss Day clcclined lo commcnl on their plans. They arrived by air. 'A recent com'', decision upheld Miss Day's California divorce from City Radio -Service- Dial 2407 For Fxperl Kepatrs 324 East Main St. Felix A..Carney (UP)—Funeral services will ba held Wednesday for Carl M. Smith, textile mill executive lucl Dycrsbuvg civic leader, who died of n heart attack Monday. He was 50. . NOTICE OF FIMKG OF APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR PERMIT Noltcc is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage nt retail un tne premises described as 210 East Main St., Blylhevillo, Ark. Applicalinn is for permit lo be issued foi' operation airport, manager Ray Kcndricks but disapproved of her quick elop- ment v.itli Durocher. Dycrsburg Leader Dies Tena., May 20. Too tote to Classify Garden Party Print In hard-to-find half sizes— 16V2-24V2 Gay flower of a dress in the knowing QUREN SIAKK manner. Babby Billows of embroidery from tlio sweetheart neck right on i:own. Of Bates' tebelized : lawn .in dramatic combinations: lime and orange, lil.ic and red, fuchsia and lime. Sixes lGV>-2.ii/ 2 . '*Reg. U. E. Pat. Off. The New York Store EAl Not Moths Is the Greatest Enemy of your FURS Certified Cold Storage Send us your woolens, too! The cost of storage is so slight you cannot afford to be without this protection, Absolute Protection . . . We Inyitc Your Inspection. Blytheville Steam Laundry Hardware Mutual J Insurance Company ! of Minnesota J Large Dividend Savings i Low Net Cost Protection J For Service i W. L. TAMKE | 108 E. Davis St., P. O. Box 431 \ Phone 2187 Blythcville- Ark. ' $Tother*s Friend massaging prepa ration helps bring ease and com/or to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S FHTEND, im exquisitely prcparctl cmollloiit. Is useful In all | contllttoiis where a bland, nillcl anodyne " massage inediuni In skin lubrication is eleslrcd. One condition In. ^vhlcii Vomen Jor more than 70 years have used It Is nn application for" massaging the body during pregnancy.... It helps kncp the skin soft ami jillnble thus nvoldlng unnecessary discomfort due to dry ness nnd tightness. It refreshes nnd tones the tkln.An ItlEnlmnssnyo application for the nutnb, tlnulln-j or burning sensatlotia of the skin... for the tired back muscles or crnmp-lttvC pnlns III the legs. QulckJy »bsorbe<l. Delightful to j^use. Highly prnlsiMtOby users, many "doctors and nurses. Millions of bottles sold. Just ask i\«y druggist JOT MotUer's Friend—the skin emollient and lubricant. Ho try It. Mother's Friend .95 Timeless Classic Returned once»more, QUEEN MAKR's year ' round Timeless Classic, in sunshine pastels for spvin«. Button-front, ful! pleated skirl ;md sol in belt ... in a ijoocl rayon fabric. Aqua. blue, rose, and sunshine yellow. - The New York Store Phones -118—1 Yester-years A provocative combination . . . old fashioned eyelet batiste and modern QURRN MAKR styling. The low neckline and soft sleeve bows add enchantment, White eyelet batiste \vilh black, brown and green smin rayon. Sizes 10-18. The New York Store Pert and Pretty A fiRwe-conscious QUREN MAKR Fashion . . . crisp black bodice, provocative neckline and galy striped print skivt. In South Shovo, n s) ,vm rayon. Rrown, blue, green or pink printed skirt. Si'.es 30-18. The New York Store

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