The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1950 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 15, 1950
Page 12
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f AGE TW1CT-V* (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Kai-shek Moves ChinaBankHeads Irothers-in-Low Put Out for 3 New Directors TAIPEI. June 15. M>j—President Chiang Kni-shek has ordered three' of his brothers-in-law removed from the board of directors of the Central Bank of China, the Nationalists' leading state bank. Swept off the directorate by Uie presidential order were T, V. and T. 11. Soong, brothers of Madame Chiang, and Dr. H. H. Kimp, husband of Madame Chiang's sister, Only last week T. V. Soong, one of the richest men in the world, resigned from Ihe central executive committee of the Kuomtngtang. Nationalist China's ruling political party, rather than come to Red threatened Formosa, He was last reported living in the eastern part of the United States with Dr. Kung. A new board of directors of the central bank has been created by the presidentia] order. Some old director 1 ; have been removed and others reappointcd. Among the others removed were former finance minister Hsu Kan Rnci two bankers well known among foreigners In the orient, K, P. Glien and U Ming. Old members of the board rchp- pointed include former : Premier Chang Chun. Among new members appointed to the board are C. K. Yen. finance minister; H. C. Jen. commissioner of finance for the province of Formosa and HolHngton K. Tnng, wartime vice minister of information. Rector Farmer Wounds Father RECTOR, Ark., June 15, (AP) — A bc.swk fanner who shot, anrf woundeci his father and caused near panic hi a rural area near here Monday night Is In Jail on charjes of assault, Stale Police Sgt. Wyatl Patrick said today! The officer said Glemus Oliver, 45, was "crazy drunk" when he flr- ert two blasts from a shotgun at his father, Sam Oliver, 17. Pour pellets struck the elder man In the right hand, inflicting minor injuries. After the shooting, Oliver fled into (he woods near the Blooming Grove community. He returned to his home later Monday nighl and was apprehended by his 21- .vear-old son and a group of yowis men. according to the officer. Oliver was jailed at. Rector. Bessie the Bitter Sow Gives Up; Drowns Self HAYES. England, June 15. M>>— Bessie the sow turned sadly away from her 10 newborn pigs, her third litter, and ran Into a pond and drmvned, "She must have made up her mind to commit suicide." said her owner Bobbert Dulieu. "The old girl seemed fed up with life," Five Arkansas Salons Okay Rent Control Bill WASHINGTON, June 15. Five of Arkansas' seven represen- tatives favored the rent control bin passed Tuesday by the House. Reps. Hfiys. Mills. Norrell and Trimble voted for it. Harris was paired for. Gainings voted against the bill. Tackctt did not vote. EDSON . • Continued from Page 3 the mail free for the Post Office. Then came 1946, the first postwar year, and the profit turned into > deficit of it hw been soing up ever *lnc« for many reasons. Only » part of the blame lor the postal deficit can b* reasonably put on Posl Office officials. There'.? not much you can do, about making a business pay when you don't have any control over salaries of employ- es, costs of transportation or the rates you charge for your set vice. There is probably plenty that Is Inefficient about the postal service as it operates today, but that's only part of llie whole picture. Since the war, for Instance, Congress raised'government, salaries about $740,000,000 a year for postal workers. The cost of air mall-an item controlled by the Department of Commerce—has about doubled since the war. Railroad rates lor-hauling mail were Increased about 25 per cent. THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1 an Item controlled by th» Interstate Commerce Commission. Only 'tmn Service* Pay Their War To offset these Increased cools of handling tht mall Congress uppcd rales on some services which were only designed to bring in about $125,000,000 » year. Only (irst-class mall and postal savings pay for themselves. In 1M9 firsl-class mall netled $32.065,000, postal saings made $2,413,000. The biggest laser of all was second-class mall' — newspapers and mazaglnes—last year. It cost the taxpayers $174,675,000. Other efficient money-losing postai services included third-class mall—circulars —which last $120,053,000; lourlh- c]ass mall—parcel posl—which lost $104,881.000; government and 'congressional mail n'hlch cost $47,713,000 and money orders which cost 523,410,000. In ill ihe years of Ihe growing The Hoover Commission made HEALING SERVICES Conducted hy Rev. S. K. iMahry; Seelalto, Missouri SPONSORED HY THE CHURCH OF GOD SERVICES START AT 8 P.M. EVERY N/GHT Cooperation of All Churches Is Welcomed Corner N. Lake and Walnut jxulal deficit, Ihere has been no deficit In the number of suggestions and plans for curing it. Any number of bills have been mlroduced which would make a drastic raise in this or that pasta) rate as a cure. many suggestions for Improving the over-all efficiency of the service. But agaltut almost every one of these suggestions there has been heavy pressure from the groups which would be most affected by OLD $TAGC ^Straight Kentucky Bourbon in all it* Glory! the change. So today, there 1: sllll no clear-cut federal policy on the .relationship of the Post Office to those who benefit from its service. But that's what post would like to have now, once «nd for all. ".••;• NEXT: The propwd ulitten*. ^Naturally a liner drink Never Svld until Four (^) Yean Old! And it's only SJ.67 S-J94 ll-S Oi. irlnt K ptoor. UIIKCKI siiAitu loytion man. m suit nisiituiit ti. tumriii, iumu DANCE! PAUL WILES AND HIS ORCHESTRA Friday Night, June 16 TWIN GABLES No. Highway 61 Safety-chetk: stop lights, signal lights, headlight aim, brake lining, tires, front wheel bearings. Correct by machine: wheel alignment ior easier steering. Step up performance: clean spark plugs, adjusl carburetor and distributor, tune up engine. Increase tire life: cross-switch atl five tires. Improve ride: LUBRICARB "iubri- catiou-plus" maintenance. Sf £ YOI/K BAREST BU/CK DM1« • CHECK THESE EXTRA SAVINGS! • HURRY. . , FOR THIS WEEK ONLY1 EVAPORATIVE COOLER Enjnjr cool, Miter-fresh air! Eas.r In In- Jlall In 21-3G" windows. Moisliirc-proof motor. 1500 CFM. ATTIC FANS, 30" 6158 3995 ' 30" 6Z.50 \ 34.95 HAWTHORNE BICYCLE Full-sized bik« for boys and girUI New. Departure brake, "Air-Cushion" balloon tires. KEEP COOL1 8 CUT 10% FAN Buy for every room! Powerful, quiel. Moves 300 cu. ft. of air per min. Metal base. AC. VITALIZED OIL REDUCED ^ _, In yovr coftte/Mf I f ^ Tax included price! ,Why pny 35c eTsewhere! None finer. Rids motor of carbon, sludge. SALE! STIR PADDLE INCLUDED BIG CHOICE! COOL SPCRT 5! SfTS Anyone of these yill keep c man cooler , — buf you'll keep him happier with two •or three. Plenty of plaids ond poslcls. All Sanforized and VDl-dyed. Sen Ihem. 1.69 2.94 Whiles!, most durable for lh« money. Easy-to-apply. Buy now, • 3.19 S/NGIE GAUON.2.97 FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES Reg. 3 for 22c SALE . . , 3 for I5c 1.98 MARBLEIZED LINOLEUM Most economical cnoice for floors lhal gel hard wearl Tough, durable, lasts for yean! Smart marbleized graining can't wear offl Wide color choice. 1.77;= \ NEW 1950 ECONOMY-PRICED WASHER Every necessary feoturs for quick, efficient washing I Non-longting washing action. Lovell wringer. « Ih. capacity! • With Autorrmtic Drain Pump FOR SMALL LAWNS 14" CUT Ofi TvmJ 1345 Sfurcfy coif-iron frame; 5 steel blades. Rolls smoothly on rubber tires. Buy at Wards IQW pricel 6.75 TABLE STOVI REDUCED SENSAT19NAL! FANCY KNIT TEES Never before—such a choice of coforj ond patterns at this low price. Alt fufl cuf—have snug, rib-Vnft necks. Puf a couple away for Father's Doy. 5.97 Buy now for home, summer cot- lagal High and Medium hsols. Enameled; chrom« top. AC-DC. REG. 98c PLASTIC COTTAGE SET 8Cc Allractlve polka-dol or daisy floral pattern wilh solid-color triml Choice of colors. REG. 4.49 METAL CHAIR CbOKI of C«JOf> 3.88 Get this rugged all melal chair for your out-of-door living! Rust-resislant «nam«l finish. 3.98 ROMEO SLIPPERS ON SALEI Reduced 1 ... and just In time for father's Day gift-giving! These ore his favorite ilippen ... of soft, supple brown tcid, with sturdy leather soles. Sizes o-12, SEE OUR 16" TELEVISION TABLE MODEL 251.30

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