The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1947 · Page 2
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1947 Europe's Urgent ProbleimSiiidied Economic Future -Centers Around Coat and Electricity GENEVA, June 17. (UI'> — The machinery needed to solve the inosl urgent problems of European economy was outlined In u 45-I)age :?• port, presented today.to the Unit>:>l Nations Economic commission tci Europe. The report was presented toy lix^- ccutlvc Secretary dinar Myrual lor consideration at the ; commission's second session in Geneva starting July 5. The need for immediate clfp.-- tive International :iclion of !\ low iimilcd, well-rielined problems, was stressed in the report. Those p<vih- | Icms Include Umber, alkali supplies and nitrogen. The coal problem ctctnand iiUr.'- national action, the report :;:iitl bn 1 added that "iu the not tco distar.f- lutuie atomic energy may '^flS another blow to the cn.il industry." Iiileniation:i! cn;pLriU:ni is mvtl- ed in recjnstiiic'.ion aii'l ripi-clipp- menl of electric pnwvi'. in proinu'i'i- ] the production uf ma'.cruil > need'."! ; for reconstrucll'jn, :;i The suHfa::- toiy disinbiniim of :-hoit snpniy commodities and in tin: i Mclr-.:;",i: oi jraw materials i.nd capital e.jni;'- inclnt. The report :,u;;RcsUM :,c'.linK "i"' committees l-u v.ori: out HT^nuicnt!- alions on tile mr>st prr^siny ilcni; and asked the commit tew to 'Ji j- niolo synthetic proclirliun wlKi-n possible. Clo?o liaison with !!ic foixl mill agriculture orpunbv.tin'l and Ihv exchange aiming member nalKni; of _ housing. Inloinutiuji were 'jr'J- poscd. Among the specific recommend i- lionr, \vas a susgc-stion thai Ih? European cccU oiganinntlon wsmi'i operate \viibin the ro:nuiinsir:n as a coal committee wliirti wni'.cl ta'.-.e over coal allot'.'i'ion tiiic! fn'-iLi a long irmpo plan])in;r program. Future coal expert -"^Mtiou.T Noultl he judj;cil Irrm a n:tt inn's b.vuc' relief iirc-ds and as nn incentive for conn!vii-s to rhv n imv- liiium pnrt in (lie reconstruction ^all .of Europe. Re-Route River to Eliminate Dangerous RailCurve Scene above pictures Hie snake-like turn in liie New York C'cnlral linilroad lino at l.illlc Falls, N. V., where 31 persons were killed mid nearly 100 injured in a 1940 train wreck. TicUire below Allows coiiRliuclion work bcina speeded to re-route the iMohuwk fliver channel from its ol<l bed, left, to new course at right. Stream bed at left wdl be 111 led in lo provide foundation tor a heavy rail bridge. Note the absence of lice.", from the inland in the lower photo. UN Palestine Hearing Open To Press Only JI'i'tUSft'LHM, June 17. <UL>) — The United Millions Inquiry Committee decided lo ban public spectators but lo ndiiiiv Llie press l°<i;iy to hear I he Jewish Agency':; presentation of the Jewish ca.se for Palestine. Official notification by Ihc Arabs Dint they were, abstaining from any part in the hearings was relayed to the committee by TryKve Lie. General Secretary of the IJN. Palestine government officials had urged the committee lo keep (lie Jewish Aaency's appearance closed for security rea.wns. The agency asked an open hearing. TIID U. N. (Incision lo admit the press but not spectators w:is it compromise. M'hc committee wa:; working uri- (!:"r st,r;iin heightened bv official cyrectiitioii.; of Jrwl r ,h nndcrgroLip( vio)em:i* in relalialion for death senlrnr;';. iirnuuiinccd ye-slcrdny against throe underground yoiil.hr.. 'An cynlosion was touched off bv I a road conslrurtinn gang outside. Ihf committee's workroom during' H Miormnj 1 , ni'O'-ednral .session, 'rhc bla.sl jnri-rcl (lie mcelini; and sent OIT n' i rvol.'i '.vonian secretary running fr"in (he room. The Jewish C^KP was to be nrc- rented dnrlni: (lie :ifl<>niotm. Pal- rs(ii"> srcllrity offifiul.s s:>id t.]iev wou!<i ha\ p e insufficient time '<o ".scrcrn" .sisecliitci-r if the committee [Icci'lT! lo admit, the public- Names Sheriff As Ono W/io Beat Her MONTGGAC r T-A r . Ala. June 1''. (UPI—Marth'a McMillan, v.'Ue of :i Negro Baptist milifeu-i nnrt ninthPf ofi eight children (ortiiv iileutirii-tl Ihrcc \vliit". mnu iurlurtia". I.v.illack rniu-.tv Sheriff .Joseph I, Pr;':C(t who she sMd flonnecV lu'V uiimrr.::- fnllv ' in the Unicm fiprinss, Al.i.. jail! The Negress snid that she was nccnsed of stealing .Jevelry frtini Mrs. n. G. Cook, her o:nr!oyer mid wife of one of '.he alleged fleecers. Slje said she was unified frnm ncr lupine in ihc- uii'U\-o of t'.ie nvJil l?st Scpleinbcr by •Pickctt, Reynolds NOTIC'F. I Notice is hereby given that B\»A Meliarsi hn3 made npjilic.ilion to re'modol a frnine hoivse on lat. one' bltic'r. nire Hir.^l^n.^ PV.'ce :\\1(U-' libr. lo'tl'C'Ciiy o! •BlyOievir.c. .When! '. rcmcde'.cd this buildini; " wi 1 ] be ii^cct as ii ;;to]c buiiiiin:'. Any protest .should be in uriliiv; ami filed in the ollirc ol tin; C.ty C!c-rk. ' • i Joe Carney, City Engineer. '. Joe (':irncy. City Engincev. 617-21 G. Cook and ftel Green, all of Union EpiillR.s. lur.s. Cjok and her brother conur F. Cirei-n arc also defendants in fcdi-ral court here where the. No- cres s charges that she was deprived of her civil rights. Twelve-Year-old Battles Rahid Dog; Saves Child WT. FL'vASANT, Tenn.. June H. iUPi —Twelve-year-old Jack Em- iiu-ti is listed as a hero today. A rabid dog jumped into the play-pen of David D. Johnson, yesterday. ,;nHl \va;; filing the I child. Hin;nctl leaped i"«> the p:".i.l tussled \\ilh the dit;' anil thri'W tlic animal out. The dog, l;i l lorc il was killed, oil the Johnson ciilld lour timr.s and also bit F.uimelt and two olhjr children. Choptcr of Americans For Democratic Action To Be Started in Memphis MFMTHIS, TeiU'.. June 17. ........ A Memphis chapter of AIIHTUMIIS for Democratic Action, \vhit:h will ". [ ;up])orl liberal pi'inciplcs by direct political action," will bt orcan- ixed here June 21, Barney 11. Taylor announced today. Tiiyior. Soullicrn ADA representative, said current plans were t.c invite Franklin D. Roosevelt. Jr. to install the Memphis chapter anci address a public aiceling. All labor lac!ions here arc rep Court Plans Vacation UTTLE rjOOK, Arl:.. Jane 17. Pi 'I'he Arkansas Supreme Court will adjourn for the Summer two \vteV; s from today, Jmv! •JO. Nrxt Monday is the deadiiir- for ..ubmi.ssion of cases to be rlded U|Kin before the recess. Valley Authority, movie and hook ccn.'ioivshij) and restrictive labor lea- islation. ,'• . I • , •' -*-a-.-l!' : - ' ::.-^ •-*:;•&>!?** J '• v ^^-:: i ;,:* f '.? f ' 1 1 It is to be regret led that two merchants have refused to co-operate with all the other retail merchantsinBlylhevilleanclwillnol close their stores on Wednesday afternoons during the summer months. The purpose of these closings was to give employees an afternoon each week in addition to their regular vacations. This co- operative, program on the part of the mer- chants has been blocked, and the employees are thereby deprived of what'we feel was just- ly due them. ' FEELS •BET11RNOW "Since I slarlcrt np.tiup KELI,OCC*S ALI,-BRAN. 1 have rj^cu regular :i, cU>::k- work. I feel bcMcr now than wlurn I \vti. twnnly years younger!" You, tra. can overcome con. r __ stlpatlon due lo lacfc of bulk in th<- dipt by cnlJnjj KITLLOGG'S ALL- BRAN for brcaklnst. Eat .an ouuco every day in milk (or mix^d with othci If ellog? CfireaU, or twiced in ALL-BK^K rtuf'iml — and .AtrJnic plenty of y a i c i. n o v E L c Yoca MDNty n*i:« i^ you & <t ; »ov ratis- Hc.l :u*ttr a ten-dp,y iri^l! Order 1LYTHEVS June Parade of Values Boys' Slacks Reg. 6.98 Well tit Moral part, wool gabardine. UKic or brown. Siv.es from 12-20. Reg. 39c Boys' Hose Of .sturdy cotton hv bright color;:, blazer stripes. Sb.e.-> from 0 to 11. Reg. 1.98 Dungarees Sturdy sanforized covert with inctal bar- tacks. Sizes from 28 lo -12. Reg. 39e Child's Panty Fine t|Uiilit.y cotton with ix double crotch, Elastic band. ^-8. 6 37 33 C 168 297 MEN'S BROWN ROMEO Regularly ci) 3.79 Sofl, qiialily leather slipper! Elastic side inserls, leather soles. Sizes 6-11. Fine Sheer Lawn Prints Small and medium siv.e prints OJi combed cotton lawn. 35/3G" Price Slashed! Rag Rugs Bought to se!l at 1.8'J. Multi-colored, washable cotton! 2'lx4S" 1 00 Portable AC Phontograph Plays 10 or 12 in. records! Amplifier. Luggage-type case. Sturdy Walker-Stroller Hardwood ;\\u\ incl'al constrution . . . hiinily ami coml'ortablc! G.E. ELECTRIC IRON Weighs only 2% Ibs. " 5 Has a large sulnplnlc .. . does faster job. Temperature ilial on liandlc. AC only. Reduced! Shower Cabinet! All-siccl; while, onam- J J88 :l walls! with fittings 44 { Reg. 1.59 Ironing Cord Set Spring pu|i s (.,n-,i ],. 1C |{ and off ironing l)oard. Conies romplott. 49c Onion Chopper Ulass container with spring-action chopper, n.so for nuts, too. 44' 49e 4-pc. Bowl Cover Set '1 covers to fit bowlst from 5" to 12". Transparent Vinlilo. 39' Denim Overalls Regularly $:{.! 1)—now Full-cut for comfort. Sanforized «-<>/.. cov- n A A or with double-sewn *"^ * scams. . Men's Cool "T" Shirts Of fine cotton with a crew neck . . . short sleeves. S.-M.-L. Reg. 2.98 Sport Shirts Short sleeved styles in small mod. and large sizes. Assorted. Reg. 79c Men's Shorts Gripper fasteners, adjustable waisti;. Fancy patterns. iJ'0-4-1. Reg. 1.98 Straw Hats Pro-blocked styles. Priced low <a Wards. 63 C ^67 1 77 SALE! WAU COVERING .-<- \VardspriiitcttEnaino-\VaU! Beautify walls now, at great savings! Looks, cleans like tile! \\-> wide. Sale! Decorator Fabrics Kolt ends of vat-dyed cretonnes textures! 36" widths. Wore 8'Jc. 67 C Reg. 2.49 Tailored Pairs Of sheer, li;;lit-invit- iug follou marquisette. Each side I?o"x 81". 2 77 Reg. 1.79 Fender Flaps Save now! Lengthen 439 fender life! Three red I jewels, chrome trim. ' Sale! Super House Paint No finer house paint :il any prico. Cal'on covers GOO to 900 sq. ft. Gal. in Fives 4 89 "HAWTHORNE" BIKES 34.88 The streamlined new 10% J°<m "Hawthorne." willi t>ig h.illoon tiros, kick-stand, nnil torpedo headlight.

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