The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1949 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 25, 1949
Page 6
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1019 BI.YTHEVIU.F fATCK ) COURIER NEWS MGE SEVEN Russian Tactics Invoke Interest Foreign Observers In Moscow Point to Recent Statements By ^:cWic Gllmora MOSCOW, NOV. 25—Wy—Russia's government newspaper, Izvestla. • has resurrected for front-page prominence declarations by Lenin and StJilln that socialism and capitalism can exist peaceably side by side. The publication of Lenin's theory on numerous occasions recently has attracted considerable interest among foreign observers here, (In the United Nations last \veek Soviet Foreign .Minister Andrei Vlshlnsky caused like speculation with a sim- ^U>r declaration.) i Lenin's statements that cooperation between capitalistic anil socialistic systems not only is possible but Is dc.sinble appeared today alongside o[ charges that the US and Britain are preparing for a nev: war. Izvestta, official organ of the Supreme Soviet President, declavec Soviet policy was for peaceful com,petition bet'wen capitalist and soc'- inllst systems—"a policy of peaceful cooperation between them." : But the paper said the U.S. and British governments arc •'satolag- lue the U.N. decisions directed at abolition of atomic weapons, 'Lenin and Stalin both have made statements contradicting the Idea of cooperation between the two systems, however. Only recently the Soviet press gave prominence to Stalin' 1028 writings, in which he repeated the theme that the capitalistic world would not allow a Communist Soviet union to live in peace. Lenin said in 1920: "As long as capitalism and socialism exist, we cannot live in peace. In the end, one or the other will triumph. A general dirge will sung either over the Soviet Republic or over world capitalism.") RUN ON COFFEE—While waves of panicky buying have cut deep into colfee slocks, U. S. rousters arc hustling to keep supply channels filled. Here, William Redman ond John Nee, colTce blenders at a Boston. Mass., plnnt, load bags of green coffee beans on a carrier to go to the roasters. Industry spokesmen say there would be plenty of coilee if customers would only buy normally. Discouraged (s'trl Shows Interest- in Career in U. S. Wildlife Service Ily Vurn Iktu^kiml WASHINGTON, Nov. 25. (API — Yes, little girl, the United State.? government i.s interested in you and your future. It wants you to get the best edu- ' is cation poMible, and to find the job j is life work—or a writer of biological .studies, or an information specialist, or an animal illustrator or photographer if she likes art or photography. desirable, and that a biologist for which you're best suited. If is to be your career, it wants to .see you happily married. Take Siualce LcvendosW, West Somervllle,, for example. esirable, should earn and that a biologist master's— or even a doctor's ..... decree. He added, as a final suggestion: "One other opportunity, which you shouldn't overlook, is that of She wrote to Secretary of A«rl- an interested and helpful wife or a ulture Brunnaii that "although I j biologist, photographer, re luge NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the prem- . but I absolutely to give up. am only 13, I am very interested in animals." "I would like to make my career working with animals, or something to do with '.hern," she said. "I wonder if there Is any work In this field for girls, as I am a girl. "I have had many discouraging let, downs, saying that there is no such work for women ill this field and Wildlife Service. Finds Encouragement Dny wrote Saralee that she should be able to find a place for hDr.self wildlife work because there is 'ahvays a niche for anyone who L'eally knows his or her subject." He su^p.e.sted that savalee might to become a biologist in wild- U.S. in 1948. described as Rt ?., 4". miles S. i The letter drew a reply from Al- Highway No. 18, Blythevillc, Missis-1 ten M. Day, director of Interior's sippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or o'hcr 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 of alcoholic liquors. Application fs for permit to be is- pupd for operation beginning on the June, 1350. .,., ,.. G'uy H. Bratton Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23 day of Nov. 10-49. Ivfrs. Marshall Blackard, Notary Public My Commission expires. 3:9'53. manager or other wildlife worker. "There will be a great many prospective husbands in this field when you are ready for one." • N'ot Interested In Matrimony WEST SOMERVIIiE. Mass., Nov. 25. (AP)—Saralee Levendoski was thrilled by the government's advice on how to get a federal Job of taking care of animals—but Uncle Sam appears a flop in the role of cupid. For little Saralee—a cut blonde that boys usually make eyes has definitely made up her mind to be a career girl first. Marriage is not for me—not yet," ihe told newsmen, "f just want (a get on with my work." Use of pumice and pumlcite reached a record 607,7tti tons in the HUBBARD \<r> o r»s*^ ^'".^ctittf. '; AA 5 toroltlVV ,. .. t.od"' llOCO Coo^'^ nC ° U !' *A A 'bo* cot.0°^° ns ion»»'' W & w ^^^m ...AND SAVE :&^\ COMPLETE SHADE • A Genuine "REGAL" Lamp • All-Metal Base . , . GOLD-PLATED • Beautifully Hand-Decorated j • Ruching-Top Rayon Taffeta Lined Shade ^^--rTT-. ''"II'.-' _^-a!f^Sv'f-f ! ^t!!^' ^tfwffi&K $•?;•'''''.-', LIVELY-COLORED PIAIO ROBE EVERY BOY WANTS Authentic Scotch plaid i to 19 lod« w« rslishl Wrap-around sfyti olwerm7i% wool 25% rayon. Red-gold en Mivyk PIN-POINT CHENILLES . DLLIGHT THE GIRLS Wonderful vrarmtti In gift jtyltil color floral design) on copin, aqy melon rose,, Reol Ch/Istmaf buyjj GAY JUVENILE DESIGNS ON LITTLE SISTER ROBES 3 PorfWrf O 9i The present sho wonli/ Fluffy ch«nlll» In wh'ilo, melon roso or blue. 4 to 6X. • Baby Sister Sizes Uo 3 . . , . (,9i \. THE GREATEST VALUE INYEARSl Sorry. . . No Phone or Mail Ordert I f Furniture JX

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