The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 13, 1950
Page 11
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TTfURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1950 Truman Ready For Baseball President to Toss .'..; Opening Ball of Year For American League of the credit for the decrease 1o fire losses in the past year. The National Board of Fire Underwriters reports that 1949 fire losses were 6.1 per cent below the all-time high of $111.114,000 recorded In 1»4«. Wendell Sethcr, public Information director of the National Board, says "newspapers in all parts of the counlry.helped people save lives and properly by educating the ublic to prevent fires, support modern fire departments and adopt better fire prevention laws." WASHINGTON, April 13. <AP) — President Truman reported his throwing arm in good shape yesterday as he received his annual i passes for the American and jfcational League baseball games. ^ He promised to throw out the first ball at the American .League opener here next Tuesday between the Washington Senators and Philadelphia Athletics. , Clark Griffith, president of the Washington club, presented , the American league pass. Ford Prick, president of the National League, gave Mr. Truman the complimentary ticket for the National circuit. It was Griffith's 37th visit to the While House for this purpose. He Is now 80. Griffith said the President, who usually throws' left handed at the opening games, kept secret which arm he would use this year, but said he's In good shape. '-'I told him I need a left hander and he said 'I'm It,'" Griffith reported. The President crossed up photographers last'year when he used his right arm. Prick's pass was fncased in an elephant hide Jacket. He said he told the President he did not know whether the hide "came from one of the elephants you knocked off a year and a half ago or from acme other elephant." , "Oh, you mean the GOP ele phant," the President laughingl; replied. "That will make a good trophy.' ck said thft President in th has favored : the 'St: Louis 'Cardinals to win the Nation* League pennant, but added ''I thin he's a little cagey now." The baseball'officials left for. Mrs Truman .a single . pass for bot leagues fitted In an alligator hand bag. • Newspapers Get Credit For Lower Fire Losses NEW YORK— (&)— Newspaper! of the United States are given much] (jjriesedieck gros. deoMoce HURRY/ BIG REDUCTIONS] SAVE ON SPRING'S TOP STYLES MISSES' - COATS TOPPERS SUITS 12.98 to 16.98 toppers. ........... .Now $12 19.98 toppers. . . .,., ,.,.„.,.,.. .Now $15 24.75 toppers. ...... ...,.,.,., ,. .Now $20 16.98 to 19.98 coats. .'.,..,.,.,.„.,. .Now $15 24.75 coats . . ....... .........;,..... . .Now $20 29.98 coats . ., ., ...... ...... . .Now $25 12.98suits .,.;,.,....... Now $10 14.98 suits Now $17 24.75 suits .. .. .Now $20 $35 suits NOW $30 GIRLS' AND TEENS' COATS Girls' (7 to 14) coats, were 9.98 Now $8 Girls' (7 to 14) coats, were 12.98 Now $10 Girls'(7-14)co«ts,were 14.98,16.98 Now $12 Teens' (10-16) coats< were 16.98 Now $12 Teens' (10-16) coats, were 19.98 Now $15 FACTORY TO HUDSON TO YOU PROVEN TO BE AN UNBEATABLE COMBINATION! Sales have reached Record-Shattering Heights!... Prof its Have Been Reduced 60%... All Middle-Man Costs Have Been Eliminated ... And the Result is: YOU SAVE TREMENDOUSLY! LOOK AT THIS! HUDSON NOW BRINGS A NEW SUIT FABRIC TO THE LOW PRICE FIELD! " •' Lustrous, Silky Smooth Spring Weight 100 GABARDINE at the same Unbelievable Price! THRUSH BROWN CAMEL TAN KELLY GREEN SLATE GRAY You Would Expect to Pay $50 or More for These Suits! Smart Men Are Buying 3 or 4 at a Time! ALL SIZES 32 TO 50 "the Little Store with the Big Business" HUDSON CLEANER - CLOTHIER - TAILOR Blytheville, Arkansas Steele, Missouri

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