The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 19, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 19, 1946
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FRIDAY, JULY 19, 194G BLYTITEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Truman Enters Missouri Battle ; Congressman Raps Interference by Chief Executive. KANSAS CITY, Mo., July 19. <UP>—I'resitk'iit Tmman and Rep. Roger Slaughter. Congressman from the chief Executive's home stale. <' off i<Ki:jy for a no-hold 1 ;I liiilu "to determine the future course of the Democratic Party." Klannhler. in a radio address last "iliht, accepted Mr. Truman's challenge LO his reelection, and saUl he uas willing lo uinke the '•nee in Kansas City's Fifth District "a f aK i: .,„ f.,,. ;15 thl , coumry is concerned." Slaughter, seeking his third term Hi Congress, said. '"Ihc President, o[ the United Slates c; tiie issues today wiieu he suid -if Sluughter is righi. I am wrong.- i accept that chulleinji; with all ot its implications, hiclud- "«: a light to determine the future course of tlie Democralii. Party. ., ^aijjil "'lo paraphrase Ilie 1-iesideut, siilHnit that in ihi s campaign am 1-inht and the. President Slaughter, who look lo the air in response, to Mr. Truman's endorsement of Enos Axtell, an opponent ol Klllaglltcr ill the Ant;. :l primary. sni<| he had n n billerucss against tin; President but ielt he was a "victim or circumstances ami a political prisoner of the CIO- I'AC." Tlie i'AC. lie said, "takes its orders from 1 tin; Communist 1'arly and n o\v is seeking lo take over control of (he Democratic Party." "Make no mistake," Slaughter sail!, -ihe light imnouiMMi ijy the President today j s a fight lor control or Congress mid the fules committee, which controls the course ( ,f legislation in flic: United Slates." The speech was in reply to Tru's stiiicmcni at a press con- rtcnce yesterday in which lie «ed Hint slaughter, as a member uf Ihc [louse Rules Committee, had ti|i|josd every piece of administration legislation sent to Ihe Hill. "I did liot seek tilts fight." Slaughter said, "but when someone who is not a voter in my district comes into Ihc primary. I feel it is time for a show-down." Slaughter is one of three contestants .seeking the Democratic nomination from Ihe Fifth District, which adjoins President Truman's home Fourth District. United States Releases Reds Held as Spies FRANKFURT, July 19. (UP> — U. S. Headquarters anirninced today Unit three Russian:; who Inul "xeii held as spies were turned over o the Red Army Wednesday at lie /onal Iwrder town of Hut in 'lorlhea.stern liavnria. An Army spokesman stiivl no new ivord hud been received ribonl two missina American officers. Lt. George- Wyatl of Okldhc-mn Ci!> d Capt. Harold Cobln. Newark, N. J. U. S. authorities had been negotiating with the Rnssi,m: ; to trade Ihe two lied army me.i and their chauffeur for Ihe Amciicnn offluis Bread Rationing Starts Sunday In Great Britain LONDON, July 19. <UPt—Hie rnMoniiiK in CSival Ilriluit; will begin Suiuluy inuU'i' the luititlicups ol a Uirt i :itimed b:\kc 1 r.s revolt iigninsl it nnd widesproad puljlio rosenf- inenl fostered mainly by doubt tlia 1 il is lu'rrssary. Winston Churchill, lecitlrr <»f liie opj)i).siti(»ri. lost one of It is hciiit'.s skirmishes with UK? labor ^ovorn ini-nt on Ihe rationing issuo Ins ni^lit. Tits motion to kill rntinning before it began was rejectoil by : Commons voto of H0"> to !H 4 2. A ray of optimism broke thronpt the rationing cloiuSs when I r ooi Minister John Straehoy. assure Commons that the. food prospect for Ihe early winter were irnpnu- ing steadily. He said it miyhl 1; possible lo lift the burden of biva rationing much sooner than .seem eel likely a few weeks ago. Churchill, moving that the Honing order be annulled, denounced it as a "heavy, awkwant. galling burden," He slushed nl the government's plan, which he said would save only seven per cent in wheat consumption. School Census Completed For Arkansas City of Earle Seeks to Buy Water Plant 19. l.l'ITl H KOCK Ark.. July (Ul'i— Tlie Arkansas Public Si'iv- (•(iiiiiiitssloii has been asked to LITTLE KOCK. Ark., July 19. iLll 1 ' — Final figures ou the Hill) .'rluio! census released today by Education Commissioner Hulph II. ifct a ptiir mi properties nosv owned Jones, sl'owed tjl/tu lower by ilie Fmle Water Co.. of Kinle aye children In Arkansas than Ark. tueri' were |wu vein's ago. 'Ihe upplli'lltloil tlie report then- il ai:e children as compared with when the According I, are 4-lf>,9iM scl I lie slaU' now •IfH.'.KM) two years lasi censns was taken. l.onoke County wilh a drop of I •lilll >ho\ved 'H u . liir B esl loss 111 the stale. M was Icilluwcd Huxcly »V Henipstead Connlv with a ' <lr /• of 4-in. • On the other stile nf (lie ledner iSebiisllaii County hud 4fi() rnoro j-'eholiistics Ilian the previous census showed. The report showed this eounty- l:y-cotinly breakdown: by Dr. Tlmmas Parran. serving his tliird lei in as Sul'Kenn-Gcncrlil of the United Slates Public Health Service, is reportedly beini; considered for (he post of IJirei'loi'-Ccneriil of Ihe new World Health Organization. IV. Parian was c|uoled as saying he preferred to "continue to light for tjeller health in Ihe United Slates." was filed Jolnlly M:iyor M. K. lllid mid J. U. rieice, vice president of Ihe firm. II Muted the city wan dying lo pmvh!iM> ihe plant, but 11ml Ihe two paiili-lpautK have been nimble to av.lee ou n price. 'ihe company serves -15-1 cuslo- nii'ix nnil loiik |n approslmnlely SU'.IHHI lust year. , THREE GOOD REASONS uhj '^i. Jutojih A^tiirln la tho pliuica o( iiiillii.iii". (\) It'ii as inirti n^ iiunu'y <ntn buy (J) Corn lo n-nrk fant with t\wv4\ tui- Hn| i; u..,',| m I',,.],! ,jf \I»\M in d) OITiTH ro:il I'l'otiiuny in oitlmr tiin 1 , CU'l Ht. Jonopli McKellar to Forego Campaign Addresses WASHINGTON, July 19. (UP) — Sen. K. D. McKellar. D., Tenn.. revealed yesterday thai, he had cancelled plans lo return to his homo slate Sunday to campaign actively for a sixth term in Ihe Senate. McKellar said he had abandoned . his plans to return to Tennessee because Hie PEPC and ami-poll lax liills may be called up next, week and he will remain in Ihe capital to oppose these measures. "I regard the defeat of these bills as infinitely more important than Demonstration Club Serves Dinner Grown In Members' Gardens When the Flat Lake Home Demonstration club served th estipper recently for an affair sponsored by the Mississippi County Pair As- socialion, every principal food served was "home grown." Except for a few such ingredients ns flonr, salt, pepper, celen and tea. all the menu came Irom Flat Lake community farms. Tlie menu included fried chicken, cream gravy, tomatoes, polatc salad, lima beans, carrots, rolls iced tea and several kinds of pie. Execution of Chetnik Leader Is Deplored NEW YORK. July 10. (U! 1 ) — George Creel, chairman of Ihe committee fur n fnlr trial for Draja Mikhailoviteli, said today that execution of Ihe Chetnik arler "can only he described ns political murder." "It WHS a dark day not. only for Ilkhatlovitrh's own "people, whom e bravely led. but also for Dritntn id America, whose cause he rved," creel said in a statement In life Mikhailovileh symbolized llr victory in the war. In deiilli e symbolizes our defeat in iht 1 eace. When Hiller over-run nil of Ku- otie, Mikhailoviteli was Ihe first Hjpnlar leader to resist, success- ully. bid «hen victory approached le was the first of our allies t< Jc abandoned. Our desertion of Mikhailoviicb marked the beitln- u of the disastrous era of secret liplomacy, power politics, and ap- icnscmcnl, bi'Bliii at Tehran ami coTitinupd through Yalta, which ineani Ihe betrayal of the lilgh hopes and promises with which we entered the war." Arkansan Drowned M KM PIUS. July 1!(. (DPI -June Wrluhl, lf>. formerly of Clurllclct, Aik.. drowned in a rain-swollen drainage ditch here yesterday when she slipped from a narrow walkway and fell into the riir.inu. li!- foot-dee]) torrent. Her body wns recovered two hours Inter. Vocation At HK\ r -l,INK KANCH. nveilooklni Luke Norfolk, r> miles norlh o Mountain Home, Ark. New deal milages |i> ient--day or wei'l;. \Vtin derlu] view eliise to lake- (! Sec Mrs. Wendell Eaton lllythcville Cunoliv Clnli SPECIAL 10-38 6 Ply Tractor Tires Reg. Price $75.78 $ Attention Farmers! Don't be cauqht shorf this Fall and Winter. No one con forecast the coal situation, Buy yours now from Planters Oil Company and save time and money. Play safe!!! PUNT OIL COMPANY MANILA, ARK. PHONE 65 nny personal election," McKclln said. "1 do not feel I should lenvt ns long ns tin; tin-cat to briny u| Ihosc bills is unsettled." ITCHING <# PIMPLES > L. BLACKHEADS^ SKIN SUCCESS OINTMENT GROCERY MARKET to Sj)cck & Sons 211 South First Street Successor Phone 2597 Free Delivery Anywhere in the City Specials for Saturday & Monday COFFEE Old Jmljrc, Canovii,- Ailminttion, Jack Sprat, 1 I,h. IJaff 33 Caramel Candy, Ib. 79c 1 Borden's Instant Coffee Jar 43c Johnson's Glocoat, qt. 98c Heinz Grape Jelly . 27c Milk, any brand, can lie ICE CREAM POWDEK, Jock Sprat, pkg. . 9c LIME, Household, 10 Ib. bag 23c EGGS, Fresh Grade A Doz. 52c PEAS, Blue Hull, Ib. 12c Red Potatoes, 5 Ibs. 23c CELERY, Bunch lie .-Afresh Tomatoes, Ib. 4c Fresh Lima Beans, Ib. 12c RAISIN BRAN Skinner's Package . .... 11 TENDER % Ib. LEAF 25c; 1/2 Ib. 49c SOAP, White Laundry Large Bar 12c ——— c PUREX, '/ Octagon Cleanser, Dill cans Pickles, gal. 9c 69c Charcoal, 6 Ib. bag 25c Lemons, Calif. Sunkist, 360 Size, doz 33c Fresh Corn, 3 for. . . .10c Potatoes, White Bakers, 5 pounds ....... 29c CUCUMBERS, Ib. 5c CAULIFLOWER, Ib. 14c Firm Heads ....... Ea. 12c FRYERS Live 1'(innd) 53 C DUKSSRO Pound 69 STEAKS, T-Bone Round Loin, Ib 48c Beef Liver, Ib ....... 29c Pork Sausage, Ib ..... 35c B~ACON, BEEF ROAST, Chuck, Rib, Rump, Ib.. . . 45c LIVER CHEESETibT WEINERS, Ib. 40c ~45e CHEESE, Red or Cooking Pound 55c \ COOL COLORFUI CORRECT Joe Isaacs, Inc. 22,-i West Main St. Blythevillo, Ark. • Speaking of [WITH prices so much in tlie news these days, here's an interesting story. It's the petroleum industry's record of gasoline price and quality since 1920. It's a story of quality going UP; prices coming DOWN. 3CK a gallon then: a little over 20* now. Even with greatly increased taxes included, you pay one-third less today than in 1920, after World War I. Excluding taxes, you pay only one-half, 'as mucli today. ,.,-,•• T- j v 'V")i&;f ._ ^j and quality... Meanwhile, gasoline quality has advanced by leaps and bounds. In fact, during the 10 years before the war, the octane number improvement in gasoline has permitted an increase of over 25% in the compression ratio of engines in American cars. This has improved gasoline mileage by at least 11%. Service, too, has increased greatly — with the industry's 400,000 expert roadside service stations to meet your needs as you drive today. Naturally, we're proud of our part in this jobi — and glad to publish this record which shows so well how American business succeeds at its job' of producing better and better living at lower, and lower costs for the people of this country. .1920 1925 1930 1935 1940 1945 1'KKFORMANCE QUALITY 1920 1925 1930 1935 1940 1945 £sso DEALER Ihe Sign ol "Happy Motoring* STANDARD OIL COMPANYj OF NEW JERSEY ,

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