The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1947 · Page 7
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PA<ilf TEN' 1 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WKUNESUAY, JUNK 1, 1947 White Russians Show Gratitude Director of UNRRA Byelortrtsib Mission Reports on Relief ' -MOSCOW, JU.no 4. ,<UPJ —Ted Waller, director,gt the UNSRA mission to' pjefefdssia, reported today tlmt the White Russians Imvo shown the "greatest gratitude and friendship" to the'United States and ptliei contributiong cctmlrlos fcr the relief supplies. It }L-a s believed'that the UNfiRA mission at, Minsk and its twin organization at Kiev for. the Ukraine probably would leave'by t-ie end of June.?fjiey came to '.he Soviet Union nJ yertr and a haU ago to ensure proper distribution'' of .supplies Waller praised the White .Russians'* handing of UNRRA supplies He said the goods nnd loort had been' distributed ; efficiently nn-i honestly ' "I He > sal UNRRA food shipments; have'lasted longer than predicted .— and Chat some foot! was still avail-] able in stores. This How probably | ' e * will dry up before the Autumn i harvest. He s.alcl nearly .all supplies | 1: 'Squatters Now Live in D-Day Troops' Huts * ._. . ; ,«-.*•, i f-.r.-t- •»••! i^r"j^ac^^;'^'Ei^.77ra^ : QHKMQKP(9!IIEHMflHUQIHDQl As June G brings the third anniversary ot D-Day, when the Allies poured men and munitions onto, the beaches of Normandy, a D-Day veteran would tint) much in southern England to remind h,m of the time before the bit: jump-off, when the entire area was crowded with men, munitions and EUDDlics GI's will recall this !>i« cninp of Niosscn huts on .Southampton Common. Its still there—, ' -utualtcrs mid their families whu can (mil no other homes. ovc| . White Russian consumer when the mission closes. • • • Clothing furnished through the victory clothing collcclic'^i iu Ihe [United States had "a 'trentendolis imiwdt oii the byelorussians," Wal- snld. Mcinbcrs ol the mission met a large mnnbi-r of j-.i-i'sons \vhos-- one drr,-;.-< c:uw frojn I hi-; collection. The donor:; somel linos put fountain pen.-;, compacts an-J such in Ihe pockets." Rc:ul Courier N>-«:; Want Ads. Movie Industry Hires Byrnes To Disprove 'Red' Affiliations Women Fncf Three-Day State Meeting Jiiinle B, Brodiiax of Memphis, sec- [ Egypt rctary o( the City Federation, gave Ihc principal address. The welcome program was held ana the ' nominating committee. 1 Monday night. H included piano Officers also made -'reports. and vocal solos and messages. Tliel- inu Bui'kc of Forrest City, state Church hevc. Committee.-) making reports were Girls' Home, Scholarship National Dues; State Dues, Ways and Mc-ans f :—:—:— Owner Crashes INDIANAPOLIS, <UP) — The eiiai'd 'at'the Indianapolis' Motor The early afternoon program in- Report, of committees yesterday Tflcrnoon concluded the three-d:iy i i-mm, « tc cmivention of Arkansas As- Inex Middlcton of porrcsl City and - - so-hition of Negro Women, which Carrie B. White of Blytlievillc, dis-, World's leading city In vice nnd wis held at Pilgrim Rest Baptist, cussing the church and school, wickedness Is reputed to he Cairo, Congress »nd Ihe Senate with bricw service as a supreme court Justice- before becoming the late rri'sldont Uonsevnlt's director of economic stabilization. -Ho Inter TccI a.s director of War Mo'rjili- •/nlion and as Secretary of State, a post, lie resigned tills year. Announcement, of Byrnes* m>« post was made :il a Producers' Association meeting last night nt which Y. Frank Freeman, vice- president of Paramount Picture.;, was elected chairman of the hoard succeeding .Byron Price, who re- •sii-ni'd three months ago to become assistant secretary general of live United Nations. to Introduce him. Then Tony Hulman, ownci-'of the Speedway, m»i| an Inspection lour of his plant. Experienced Men - - Modern Equipment . . is your guarantee of a top notch wctdinj- joh, for '- that matter any Idnd of repair jol). Bitj or • small, once you put a job in our hands your ': worries are over. We're experienced in \vovkii.g :i ori 'trucks anil -cars of any make. 't • . -•. • Buy Clean - Weil Kept i Used Cars Fjorn Us li YKl'N COOK ITnilrd l'r<",s Staff Cm rc.spomli-nl) i:CLT.YWCOI). June '1. .— Tile i(i.~ mriustry tiiduy callrtl on ex- ducers nnuoiinced that Byrnes .had bien hired as ixmnsel for tile movie industry, lie said Byrnes' .first w^nild be to represent *i:i:rclary of Klatc ,)atnes P. Hyrnes t the industry at Washhiiiton henr- ilefend it agnJiiKl charges of .'ominuiiism. I : ro>:idc-til I'i'it- Jolm.stoii of the V;.s<:i'lalion ol Motion Pi:-turc Pro- CROP GUARD protects crops from damage Sales Service SHELTO MOTOR COMPANY 119 W. Ash Phone 438 I • PROTECTS YOUNG PLANTS | e SMOTHERS SMALL WEEDS j • INCREASES ACRE YIELD H he only pctfor.llcil Ru.it.!. l"i« -itiy ir.mor Rove-mi .11111.nni (n ilin HI-IHL; llintuylt lioli'^. 'JIV ilt-ir.'-iKe uluil Ut-finil tuini-v or mMmli 10 gel 'mar of coin, pi'i.mu-s. icufjn. uinuiocs, *abh,i£i', lob.Kco, M>J' lit-.ins. I Corl Wallace Bob Smith' '61' ! ement Co. j Nn. l!irrh-v:i.v (; l Vltonc 2M? IBS ll]i s montli before the House 1 ii-Aniurlciin Activities G'oinmlUcc. Johnston said he considered yrncs an "outstandiiiK champion f freedom of expression." He, said ml wa s why he wanted iByrnrs o i'(-piesi-nl. the movie Industry in ts tattle for "freedom of: the creen." Amci'ir.an films nrn Interwoven n the rubric of our whole ecqnom- and social life." Johnston; de- lurcd. "Hollywood's pictures Inevit- h!y reflect deinocralie habits of lujught and iiclion. They are po- cnt force's for freedom everywhere. Cites "Saen-il Oljlls^t' 011 " A tree screen ha.s made that isihle. It is our sacred obliga- ion in protect that fi'^e screen. "V/c are determined that suhvcr- ivr s^rn;:aj;antla. government pres- iiuVR, or pulUir.U censorship wil never undermine this freedom — whirl). Hire freedom of |>rcs s radin, is indespensuble- to a fref America/' Besides helping represent the mo vie industry nt the Washingloi he nn , Uyrncs will help set HI n!:m r,t [air Ivadc pnicUc-es lo .member,' of Ihe Producers' Asso elation. Johnston suicl. Aimoi!iu:ement of Byrnes' a,i- ]")intineut came a few days after Jotmston termed the Un-American Activities Commilti'e'n iiiveslieatlon of as.scrted Communism in the movie colony a "wileh hunt" and said there was no evidence til sun-; .•:l:mllate stuti-rnpnts painlitii; Holly- woo das "Red." .Thit coimiiitle.began its Invesli- Kntlon here last month, \yhen Cliairnian J. 1'arnell Tliomns, R., N. ,]., spent several days here In- ici'vlcivina witnesses in closed hearings, j . .- r , Witnesses Questioned •'.' Witnesses included actors Adolphe M.-IIJ.-JH nnd Robert Taylor, writers nnperl I!ui;!'.es and Cliarles EnimelC Ro.-crs. Mrs. Lela Rogers, mother of :\c!ves-i. 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