The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 5, 1947 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 19-17 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COU1UKK NJ5WS PAGE THRfcW R uitiazes ysf Idea Where Tornadoes Struc President- Delivers Sharp Rebuke to Senator Toff of Ohio WAf-IIINOTON, June 5. <TJ!M — l>:r-!!dent Truman tocluy denounced :<s ''hilarious and dangerous" what In- c:aipi| the "boom or ims!," cco- T ilH'iirle.s of Hon. Holiest A i Tn!t. }Jfio. In a loiif! and unusual stainmen'., Mr. Truman sharply challenged a recent MS'iTlioii In- Tail that, the ehief executive and his adnilnis-r.i- tioil were abandoning lalk or keep.. ini; prices down in favor of lieav.v spcndinij: abroad In keep them up. Tlie President said this flatly is | 1101 true. He .said he regarded prico lions now as important- or I more important than they have, I Im-ii. He (harmed Tiift with advocathr-f I an economic course which would 1 lead to "a tragic; recession or de[ pres.sion." ! The President read his prcpured I statement to his news conference ' I in a stern, loud voice .He attacked j I the assertion by Tali that loans I in olher countries foi- the purchase^ lot f:ni:ds here increase the competi- Ition on homo markets and thus, | Jorce prices up. | Tiie Presiclenl said there might ii? .sumo ' rejection on the l\oine I price structure, but he did not • think it was important. The larger Iconsidpra'.ion was to help starving ImiHHns and to !>ulk\vork their na- j |liotis iii'ainsl totalitarian aggression, ' lie said the Orcck-Turkisl>, aid Iprograin was not aclvoralcd as a • measure to brill}- prices down. The lariministtaiimi roali/cs the foreign' laid program would place some |strai-.^«..n the American economy. |MI' 'Wrjiinan said. ufjLthe fact that necessary Lol^Lid programs add to our Icronomic problems at home makes |ill the morn important that we niulle these domestic problems l.vith viqor an<i coniinon sense." l\e added. Price rcductioni; remain extremely- important to the American cco- liciny. even more so in the face of I he worhi situation. Mr. Truman laid. "To say that we should abandon |nir' efforts directed toward eiulur- worUS peace and freedom be- In use these efforts create eeonomic' Iiroblems is like saying that we Ihoiikl hav'[> abandone<i our war 1'fforts because it ei'caied econo- jnic proVilerns " The President said the "very • teart" of liis reo\iest for price * f I'liclions \va^ "that busilloss inteUi- lenre must now take the place Jtf government regulations if our Iconomy i.s to operate in the intre- |st of all (lie people." Mr. Truman v. as reminded Mint a Imniber of people had criticized foiT!!-n aid program in its ie- cfa.--!v.r> tq. the <lomesUc econoiuv 1 was askerl \vhy he had singled T.ift f^.liis eiiiiei:-m. | The Pre.vWrnt snid Taft had made statement which waiild not hold iiler and he had to be answered localise of the economic .school of cht he repreficnted. The economic iiivpUcations of Taft's arsument should bn luiiy reeo^nized." the President . "Tue .^en^tor stales thai the Inly way to brinK prir.es down is IT reduce the demand for eoods. this were true of foreign demand. would also lie true of domestic '.- tlie most iraeiu >ial!da\ ucck-uicl l*n tttc a tornado struck an aivi lour niile.> wide and 20 miles loin; in the heavily populated arei! »ro^aHi<IHafc Blu.T, Ark..-(H, ktllini'. at least, and injiiving more than 200. The previous nlijia a I.vislcr-'fltt^ii at HiKHins. Texas. 121, swc!», u-niieast to Ai-n::lt (31 and Gage, okla., (4), and veered soiilh to hit Lfedey. i. r », where six were kdk-'l niiti ovc- 2" injured. iNEA Telephoto.) Sheriff Loses Handcuff ' Keys, Uses Saw Instead \ CONWAY. Ark.. June 5. (UP) — Sheriff Doyce Casingej- of van Bn- icn County is swearing today that he'll not lose any more Imml-C'iff keys — at least not to the manacles he is using at the moment. j Casiri[;er Tuesday found it necessary to saw a pair of hnnd-cuffs off of a prisoner after he lost the key. Tile prisoner — an-c.slcd Monday ni(.;ht on a drunkeness cliarge. — spent Monday nitjlit in Clinton ' with handcuffs on ana was brought here yesterday seeking their services I of a locksmith. But lhat didn't I work either — the smith did not I have the proper key blank an;l j couldn't help out. As the prisoner's ' arms were swelling. Caslnger ordered the cuffs sawed tin-ought. Tennessee Office-Holders Stage Milking Contest NASHVILLE. Tcnn., June 5. [ (UP) — in prize fiybt. parlance. Oov. Jim McCord "got up off the ^ llcor" to gain a tie with Slate Commissioner of Agriculture, O. E Van Cleave staged the contest as Ammonium nitrate, makim; . lit: feature of,' opening ceremonies 95 per cent o! coal inltie lilaslliiK for "June ^ dairy month". The Powder, is used frequently he- competition Jiegan with pomp and cause its explosion "heaves" far- ceremony anil MeCord immediately tlier than Quitters coal, fell off his milking stool he «-•' co\'ered in J time to tic Van Cleave Read Conner News want. Ad.s. SPECIAL Will) Kach Of The Following IVrm:inenl Are (iivinjj; a Fi'*« Manicure! Reg. $12.50 Realistic $10. Reg. $12.50 Eugene $10.00 Royal Machineless Reg. $12.00 $10.00 Reg. $10.00 Balm Ray $8.50 JAHIECE'S BEAUTY SHOP Ingram Bldg. i. Rosenthal Continues This Drastic Clearance To Moke Way for New Summer Merchandise! testimony Presented Auto Accident Case | CSCECLA. Ark.. June 5.—The division of tlie Osceola Dis| ic' ol Ihc Mississippi County Ci:'- jii Coart today continued to hear Islimotiy in Alie case of Motiroe Iced L'.^.iinst Jarncs Hall, a suit Liiu; from an aiuomobile. ac- Id'-nl. 1 Attorney for the plaintiff, is A. V. I irhi'.m of O.sceola and defense 0:is=l. is the law linn of Reid id .^' of Blylhuvillo. Tlie case > : 'r,ed yesterday. In ;.esterciay's session, the suit O. O. Cain and the SI. Paul IrK-iiry Indemnity Co. against 1,^ v EioUJ^s, ttic., of Driver was I -?:iKsrd o^^^otion of the plaintiff. I Sea Coujscss, We Deliver Meats Groceries Pasteurized ^!Ilk Sniffs Ice. Cvenni Sweet ('roam Foc^j Lockers —Meat Curing— We Make Sausage Frozen Foods Main at 21 si SI. 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