The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLM'HAVILLE f^KK.y COURTER JTO , MAT t, U. S. Chamber Endorses Program for Industrial Aid to Backward Lands WASHINGTON. May 4. (if)— The* United Sloles Chamber of Commerce gave l(s endorsement today to a "modest «nd carefully considered" program o[ exportins American know-how to further the industrial development of backward lands. The Chambers policy declaration given unanimous approval at last nights closing session of ll.s 38th annual meeting, was one of very few resolutions endorsing the legislative program of president Truman. The Chamber emphasized, however, that private enterprise nnd private capital should form the cornerstone of any American program lines ot Mr. Truman's "Point Four proposals." The 2,500 businessmen closed their Washington meeting with the election of Otto Seyferth, Muskegon, Mich., foundry president, as iU president (or 1950. At Si Per Week Scyferth, who started his career In Grand Rapids us a ?4-a-wcek machinists helper, was an AFL union organizer at one time In his progress toward the presidency of 1,300,000 business leaders. The chamber delegates broadened their organization's participation in international affairs-beyond any previous scope. They recommended continued scope support for the Marshall plan on a policy directed at "true international economic cooperation." as opposed to nationalistic stand which, it said, Hamper the flow of world trade. Urges Capital Export In urging the export of U. S. capital and technical knowledge, it stipulated that treaties should be signed in advance guaranteeing fair treatment (or American investors overseas. It also tuggested that an advisory board, made up of citizens having experience In foreign trade and Investment, be created to assist the government In developing investment policies. As expected, the Chamber opposed much of president Truman's domestic program. It called tor substantial tax cuts based on "rigorous" federal economy. Another resolution opposed any attempt By the government to "guarantee the prosperity of agriculture or any other segment of the economy, by subsidies, price sup- porta or similar devices." Health Depends on Jobs The chamber said that the nation's economic health depends on providing 600,COO new jobs a year. To insure that, business - has suE- iident exp: terest "imperatively calls for a revision of tax policies." It urged progressive lowering of Income, corporation, estate hnd the capital gains taxes, as well as repeal of the wartime increases In excise taxes. Several resolutions called for Intensified effort to bolster the nation's defenses. The chamber endorsed a three-year extension of the selective service on a standby basis, a more aggressive program of stockpiling critical var materials. Lad Dies of Fear After Taking Darcl CULLMAN, Ala.. Mny' 4. «')— | Fi.'teen - year - old James Etnmctt Davis was afraid of water, but lie didn't Jikc to show it. Yesterday schoolmates teased him about his fear—and Jimmy leaped into a small lake on the St. Bernard college campus. For about a minute he stood In the waist-deep water. Then he fell over, crying out for help, Friends went to hi;; aid and pulled him from the water before lie went under. But jimmy died. Coronor Grady Moss of Cullnian County said shock induced by frlgh' caused Jimmy's death.- HEINEMANN5 IN BLYTHEVILLE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS! Lonely Man Gets Teeth, Banjo, Coin Collection; Wife Gets Her Divorce SAN FRANCISCO, May 4. f/T',— Chcsley L. Woodfield got. back his teeth, hts banjo and his stamp nnd coin collection after three y*»ors His got her divorce. That was the ruling Judge Herbert C. Kaufman handed down yesterday after Woodficld complained in ansuer to his wife's divorce suit. that he had been minus his pos- : sessions since he and Mrs. Wood- ficld separated in 19-47. j Wnodfield said he had A new set of dentures but they didn't fit ind he hadn't eaten so good since 1947. Also he needed the banjo to pluck away the lonely hours. frnt capital .-lor such huge-scare ansionfltYsiiid, the public In-' NOTICE Notice Ls hereby given that the undersigned hns filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispen.se beer at reUH on the premises described n.s Dlyihcvllie Country Club, on North Hwy. 61, Blytheville. Mississippi County. The undersigned slates Ihnl he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has ncvei been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within live years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale ol filcoholie lEquors. Application Is Tor permit to be issued ; for operation beginning' on the 1 day of July 1950. and'to expire on the 30 day of June, 1951. John W. Cruidlll, President of Blytheville Country Club. Inc. Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 3rd day.of May 19:X>. Clarence E. Johnson Notary Public My Commission expires: January 1, 1963, a speedup in civilian defense planning and legislation to permit joint U. S.-Canadian military purchasing. SPECIAL OFFER! \ | fl ^ I W Regular 34.95 Console Base -- -- With the Purchase of PHILCO 72 INC. MODH. 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Sanforized Sizes 4-16 1 49 LADIES RAYON JERSEY GOWNS Maize-Tea Rose- Blue Sizes 34-40 Reg. 1.39 Hoys Sanforized Broadcloth SPORT SHIRTS Compare these with others Elsewhere Selling at 1.49 Well tailored—Short Sleeves Blue-Tan Maize-Green Checks or Plaids Sixes 6-16 Ladies Slips Sntin, Lace Trim Tea Rose, White 97' Reg. 49c Plastic Aprons Only 10 Dozen, So Hurry! Limit, 2 to A Customer 9 SPECIAL! TENNIS SHOES Men's, Women's and Children's, 1st Quality. R«g. 7.99 SPECIAL Use Our Convenient LAY-AWAY PLAI1! BIGGER AND BET1ER VALUES EVERY DAY AT J&iwmanru Blytheville, Ark. Men's Nationally Advertised SPORT SHIRTS B(u«-White-Tan-Gre«w S-M-L Made to Sell for 1.98

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