The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 18, 1946
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I'WU BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1940 Tension Eases In Palestine Jewish Internees End Hunger Strike After 48 Hours Travel-Wise Summer Gypsy Has Cri?p Togs and Simple Make-up JERUSALEM, July 18. (UP)— alesttne Jews elided their 15-hour enerfll strike at midnight and 2 000 ewlsh Internees ate their ttrti n'.C'.i! 48 liours ns fears of a serious onflict cased In the Holy Land. (The. Exchange Telegraph report- led, from Jerusalem that Sir Alan [CunnUighani, the British high com- [missloner, was flying to London for discussion, of the Palestine Fitiifi- lon.) In a mas? meeting at Tel Aviv, lowever, speakers urged n continued policy of non-cooperation wilh 'Britain. Zstlman»nubashov, editor of the Jewish'-' I/ibor Federation daily ncwsi>apcr, said there could be no negotiations on the. political level so loug as duly elected Jewish leaders were' Imprisoned by the British. ,- .Most oT the speakers at Tel Aviv |sald they could foresee no order in Palestine- "until Hngnna, the Jewsh agency; and the Jewish people ao lougcj' nrc molested'nnd refn- ees allowed to come here." Other.-; |!edged "resistance" lo -nny mra- jrcs aimed' at' disarming Hagana. By AMCIA HART N'l'A Staff Writer r<iw the summer gypsy can alight from a t>us. train, plane or rumble seat looking ns crisp at journey's end ns she did when sl:c started depends upon n hnir-do [hat's a good traveler, a make-up (hut slays pat and duds that con resist \vavm-sveaU\er mussing. For details of (hat formul:i, worked out by two-job j^rl Aim Hamilton, here's the Enid, oklii- homa-boni Powers model aivl avlatrlx in person, ready lo (ell you what's wliut. A veteran of the WASPS who is on cull duty with an aircraft dealer to ferry planes to U. S. nnd Canadian cu tempi 1 ?, Ann must be able lo np)> out of Hip cockpit and meet appointments with the camera. j linlr-cln? Her eocwl traveler I s ! n short curly bob. which is washed | at home, II rides nil night a;ul j hinds unruffled under the salc- l:cei)ln(! of an invisible hairnet. Make-up? The kind (hat sti'ys pat in lacemopping weather an holds its own atfulnst soil or crii ders, says Ann, is a cake fonmE; lion. She reminds yon, too, Hi: dpcp shades—her choice is moil —look fresher at journey's end than any peachos-nnd-cronm tints, j If face innkc-u]) Ls used also as leg mnkeiip. you can lift one cosmetic bottle from your luggage load, says Ann. Ho;;! dollies lo sec you through your (ravels, she thinks, arc n (laid j-kiit and u printed jersey lop, Although our aviatrix inns', travel in slacks ami a jacket shirt', she sloiJidis these off upon arrival (in- ;i llKlU skirt-dark lop combination which can be pulled, wrinkle-free, from her musette bap:. Tk'j 1 piick:<ble hat'—It must, flatten mil and be rolled for traveling in (his erstwhile-military bug—is n brrct. Rubber Company Buys Part or Ordnance Plant MILAN, Tenn., July 18. (UP).—U. S. Rubber Company official.'! ve expected to arrive here (Ills v vk to supervise conversion of their iwwly- acquired section of Hut Mila i Ojd- nanc'c Plant inlo ;t .spmUwea mun- iifactiuint! plant. The •ITi-ii re .sc»i:linii—km A-II ns ivci'.s Mi iic-res : ul in- I;lno "(i" chides live oxpecU'il t when \l rei Purclinse $I7S,UOU. Highway 61 Bridge Reopened to Traffic MEMPHIS. Tenn., July 18. (UP) —Llishl traffic j lowed over the lllgl way 01 bridge across Nonconni Creek today for tile first ilm more than seven months. Truffle over (he spall .which co nects Memphis and (he rich M ] .si:;'-ippi <|elt; was halted in ,i-,\ e creek hail weaken iiildhiKK. The I ant oinplov l'200 woikcrs dies I'nll cajjai ity. ? bridge ft Till! (OllgU Mirister to Deliver Good Government Talk An address on "The Function of GoodCiouii'iinnMil" will be delivered at 11 a.m. tomorrow by the Rev. Paul V. CSaiUrer.y, pastor of Contnl Methodist C,Mt;rc!i, in V'ay- i ; licvjlo uncii'r sponsorship of (lie Washiii'ton County .cMniinittpe lor I he r/-\ I'lojjNic'nl of Arkansas. The pio;:run v. ill i>c broadcast over Klalioi KLCN. of a butterfly consist.s tubes, which suck up i the juices of fluwers like a vacuum i cleaner when at work. ' ('o^iiic \vas tile favorite? Ijevcr- gd c! I.ouis XVI tjt' l ;l rancc anti il N:n>fil['on. Two Vets With Baby Devise Novel Appeal While House Hunting HinMINOHAM, Ala.. July (Ill 1 )— This ad n|>l>e:irccl yi'slc under "npnrtiiK'nts wanU'<l" (ho classified section ol the mingham Post: "Oh, for just a Liny nest 'Tor two veis with R l>.il>y "Give us. lili'iiso, jiisl :i I":;L "Oi 1 U it EliiwjaC only \v you re.s(." Klinwooil is i> liirminglinm CI ', icry. i! |)r?t. ; hive Amber-is a fossil resin, exuded Ifrom coniferous trees now extinct. You paid postage on letters when you receive<l ihein. 100 years ago. Read Courier News Want Ada. "You Can't Take It With You An official dressing-down, and maybe n lici;et, is (he fate of Nelson Carman, riglU above, 22-year-old former Senbce who nil a power line pole near Baldwin, Ij. I., wilh his coveted "recon" cav, broke it oft and carried it 350 feet before he could slop. No one was • < •'':* injured in the accident. TOMORROW Friday, July 19 Hear REV. I>AUl, V. GALLOWAY „ Pastor Central .Methodist Church Fayellcvlllc, Ark. Speaking on "The Function of Good GoYcmment" REV. PAui, v. <;AU.O\YAY. Radio Station KLCN-II:! A.M. And The Arkansas Network sroxsoiir.i) nv FRUIT JARS Pint Size Quart Size Y2 Gallon Size GINGER BREAD MIX Simple Simon Dromedary or 2, Doz. 58c Doz. 72c Doz. 98c 1 S^ ^S *^^^s^ "V* «^^~™ 1 ^^^Cashmere Bouquet SOAP with the Fragrance Men Love Sai!orman, All Green — No. 2 Can Get the New tic r««i;rr ' Bath Mayflower — 16 Ounce Jar DILL PICKLES - 25c Size GOLD DOLLAR VINEGAR Gallon 25c aNiMMil I Lira i Ib. bag 24c; i !b. bag 47c FC50D EXPORTS ... WAR AND POSTWAR UPTON'S TEA V4 Ib. bag — 28c; YL Ib. bag — 54c KAISiNS Sunmaid, Seedless Sunmaid, Puffed . 15c 17c SLICED — PER POUND BEEF LIVER - DOROTHY'S — PACKAGE A ^k • IX%XI\%/ I • I I J I rf-l'fcrfIX J-*>Jfc. 29C I PIE CRUST MIX IQc SLICED— PER POUND PORK LIVER - - 19c TENDER —JUICY PORK ROAST Ib. 39c U. S. shipment of food abroad for alleviation of fammc in many parts, what President Truman called "an impressive record,'' is illustrated by Newschart above. Conlinuini: shortages ol food abroad assure the relief program will have to Vie continued for .at least another year. Ncwschnrl is based upon figures from the Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion. A BREAKFAST DELICACY PORK SAUSAGE - lb.35c Maxwell House Old Judge Folger's Canova - - YOU'LL ENJOY THESE BALLARD'S BISCUITS-12c A SUMMER TREAT PORK FEET TASTY PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE - Pkg.15c TOMATOES - - - 15c EXTRA STANDARD — No. 2 Cans, each l T / 2 POUND JAR KARO SYRUP---each 19c Just One to a Customer CANOVA PEANUT BUTTER 1 Pound — — 39c; Quart 69c Washington County Committee for Development of Arkansas Mcllroy Clifton Wade Hal Douglas Faycttcvillc, Arkansas SMOKED BEEF TONGUES - - Ib. 39c QUARTER POUND PACKAGE DRIED BEEF - - - 22c FRESH CUT PORK SIDE Ib. 38c BRISKET BEEF ROAST - - - Ib. 30c FRESH, TENDER GROUND BEEF - - - Ib. 29c MARCO MUSTARD Qt.lQc VELVET or PRINCE ALBERT — PER CAN TOBACCO • • IDc JACK SPRAT — 46 OUNCE CAN TOMATO JUICE - - 27c 24 OUNCE CAN VIENNA SAUSAGE ---75c BLUE RIBBON — 80 to a PACK - - lOc ARGO or STALEY'S — Lb. PACKAGE CORN STARCH 9c KETTES Buffer Cookies One Pound Box PEFRUU Francis Drake 46 Ounce Can 3% JH ADAMS BRAND ^V6 Ounce Can . DEJU . CRiSPY HEADS ICEBERG LETTUCE - - 12c - bunch Be - - Ik GARDEN FRESH CARROTS - - WELL BLEACHED STALKS CELERY - - - CALIFORNIA WONDER BELL PEPPERS - - lb.19c SUNKIST LEMONS - - LARGE SIZE CANTALOUPES CALIFORNIA BAKERS POTATOES - YELLOW or WHITE SQUASH - - TENDER HOME GROWN CORN - - - RED TRIUMPH POTATOES - - 16lbs.for49c HARD HEADS CABBAGE - - - lb.4k CALIFORNIA VALENCIA JUICY ORANGES - Doz.55c LARGE SIZE — FRESH PINEAPPLES - - - each33c KENTUCKY WONDER BEANS - - - - Ib. 12k dozen 29c - ea. 15c - lb.6c - lb.7k 3 fort Oc

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