The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts on January 19, 1950 · Page 11
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The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts · Page 11

Pittsfield, Massachusetts
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Thursday, January 19, 1950
Page 11
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Bootleggers and Strippers Raided by Oklahoma Parsons OKLAHOMA CITY (IP)--Bootleg- ·**» and night club stripper ladies --those are the folks a growing group of Oklahoma County parsons figure shouldn't be in business. The raiders from the pulpits already have touched five whisky 5*. u , ers -- In constitutionally dry Oklahoma. Now, they say, the strippers will »et a generous helping of their wrath. Their clothing, they add, isn't in the proper proportion to the skin which shows. *· trj o of preachers got together with a constable Saturday night; raided a couple of rum-runners, «f« had a look in on some night «lubs. More than twice that many did the raiding Monday afternoon. »ro! about that same number did » rerun Tuesday night. In all, about 310 pints of the ·IV-'d stuff have been seized. White House ioffee Dtttsr st Any Pries Coffee Onjjr Duffs makes ftize Gn Bkeitis! Just add WATER- thatsall! Statler TOILET TISSUE The 'girlie-girlie shows came in for some real frowns. The raids have been in the city and the county. The scorned shows are in both places, too. Said Rev. George Stone, pastor of the First Baptist Church in near-by Bethany: "Talk about sex crimes, it's no wonder we have them when people see what they do in some of our night clubs. "I know that in some places the entertainers strip down to virtually nothing, while a master of ceremonies does his best to make it look attractive to the young ladies of the audience." Stone said there isn't a real organization of raiders. Yet, that is. "Pastors have' been hollering since Sunday that they want to come In with us," said Rev. H. C. Emmert, minister at the Crown Heights Church Britton, promised repeated raids. "We'll raid them three and four times a week until we get some officers who'll stop all this," he said. But Sheriff Newt Burns is inclined to scoff at the preacher-led doings. Not about the parsons, but about the constables who go along to make it legal. He reckons it's possible they haven't forgotten the coming elections." "Things," he said yesterday, "just are beginning to warm up for the political races this spring." Rift With Britain Over Red China Denied by Envoy HONK KONG {*)--There Is no rift between the United States and the other Western powers because some have recognized Communist China, roving ISA. Ambassador Philip C. Jessup'said yesterday. Commenting on reports of a possible break with the British over their recognition of the Red Pelplng regime, Jessup told a news conference: "Because we reach different conclusions, this does not impair our basic friendship and co-operation." The touring envoy also described as "wholly, unwarranted" any belief that a break will develop between the U.S. and other Western nations who recognize Peiping. He said ttie US. clearly has taken the position that recognition of the Communist government at this time is not the way to combat anti-Americanism inside China. Here on a survey trip of American policy in Asia, Jessup reiterated U.S. opposition to imperialism in any form. Jessup reaffirmed American support of a policy of equality, mde- dependence and integrity for China. He added: "China will continue to require the technological and cultural aid of many countries--not merely one to two--if her development is not to be retarded." This statement was regarded as significant because of the presence rt Moscow of Mao Tze-tung, the Chinese Communist chief. Mao's mssion is believed aimed at ob- aining large-scale Russian economic and technical aid. ---r . -German Recovery Impresses Editors FRANKFURT, Germany /P5-- fifteen American newspaper edi- ors left Germany yesterday after x week's tour, impressed by the ·apid comeback of West Germany's conomy with the aid of European Recovery Program funds. "The improvement made since I was last here in 1946 is remarkable," said John P. Harris, editor of he H u t c h Inson (Kan.) News- Herald. G. Prescott Low, of the Quincy (Mass ) Patriot-Ledger, said what mpressed him most vas the difference between the Russian sector and the Western sectors of Berlin. Despite West Berlin's long siege of blockad, the West Berlinera lo*ked healthier and better fed, he remarked. Quantity Output Of Coronary Drug Is Expected Soon WASHINGTON (UP)--A new drug to treat coronary heart disease--the killer of 200,000 persons a year--soon, will be available in large quantities. The drug is tromexan. It is described by Dr. Irving Wright of Cornell University Medical School as "definitely superior" to any other known medicine taken by mouth to reduce complications that follow coronary occlusion. Tromexan is an "anti-clotting" agent. This class fit drug has come into widf use for treating patients who have suffered heart attacks caused by clots that cut off blood to the heart. Tromexan works like ddcumarol, another relatively new anti-clotting agent. But Wright said it Is faster-acting, better and causes fewer side effects. Wright is attending the first national conference on cardiovascular diseases, which was called to map a program to combat heart .disease by the united efforts of re- Trapped Miner Is Found Dead MAHANOY CITY, Pa. (UP)-Edward Burda, 25-year-old miner, was found dead yesterday at the bottom of a collapsed anthracite mine where he was burled five days ago by a cave-in. His crushed body, caught, under an avalanche of loosp coal and debris, was unearthed by weacy workers 115 feet below the surface. ' Coal-blackened veteran miners had dug a foot an hour through solid anthracite since Friday when Burda and two brothers were trapped. One brotneir squirmed out of his boots and wriggled to safety. The other was rescued from the 60-foot level two days later. search, education and community service. He and Dr. Grafton Burke, also of Cornell, have been testing trom- exan experimentally under a grant from the American Heart Association, Their findings will be for- s mally presented in a report early In March. You Running, Vivien? HARTFORD, Conn. (*)--Both major political parties will nominate a woman for Vice-President in 19S2, Vivien Kellems predicted yesterday. And, said the Stonlngton Industrialist and federal withholding tax opponent before the Hartford Republican Women's Club, "we may yet live to see Eleanor (Roosevelt) ensconced in the White House-, the first wpman President of the United States." Lynn Stamp Asked WASHINGTON W -- Congressional authority for a special postage stomp commemorating the 100th anniversary of Lynn, Mass., as a city has been asked by Representative Lane (D-Mass.) "When it comes to service, based on the past, the present and even as we reckon the future," Lane boasted in the House, "the community of Lynn, in Massachusetts, marches proudly near the head pf the line." The Berkshire Evening Eagle, 1\amd*7, Jan. 19, 195ft--11 F/uffy-/iqhtb Golden-brown PANCAKES Lester Mike Service DIAL 2-1606 Quality Free Delivery 126 Eagle St.--Corner First Plenty of Parking Space iii Bear of Stote Wohrle's All Pork I Kxtm Special--TWIT'S Best HOT SAUSAGE «, 59c Kb End-*-Lean PORK ROASTS Western Well Trimmed STEAKS SHORT--S1BLOIN T-BONB Economical Chuck Roast Beef ». 53* Tasty Sugar Cured -- Boneless Brisket CORNED BEEF »59c Everything in Meats, Groceries, Frozen Foods, Fruit* and Vegetables -- Free Delivery IJ5STER it MOKE IN TOWN! FLOK/DA 37 e ,,, 25 C COMB HONEY TOMATOES NO. « can. ....... 2 GREEN GIANT PEAS oa » 21« CUT WAX BEANS No sea* 17* WHITE ROSE--No. 1 size White Rose No. 1 can qt. hot. H light tall can Gorton's PEARS FRUIT COCKTAIL PINEAPPLE Crashed No. * can PINEAPPLE JUICE »«,. «*. PRUNE JUICE Sun^eet HEINZ KETCHUP ., KOSHER DILL PICKLES TUNA FISH Wh,te B,, PINK SALMON CODFISH CAKES BONED TURKEY.Lynden's 8%-oi.jar dl AIVI 12-oi. can APPLE JELLY White Rose, Pure, 16-o*. Jar WELCH'S MARMALADE '£- GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5 £ SCOT TISSUE 2 "*" CUT-RITE CLOROX EVAPORATED MILK RICE White Rose 16-oz. box for 185-foot roll qt. hot. n tall 25* 24* 27* 41 27« 23' 31* 37* 49* 21* 57* 41* 23* 21* 45* 23* 23* 17* 35* 19* ·i *I THRIFT WEEK BUYS (JoH/tc ECONOMY-WISE You bet it's Thrift Week--this week . . . next week . . . and every week when you do your food buying at KELSEY'S because we make every price a low price every day. And that's REAL THRIFT because you save on the FULL MEAL--not on just a "special" or two--and that's what makes such a big difference in the total cost of your food bill. So be economy- wise. Come here for the best food buys ... and enjoy Thrift Week 52 times a year. * SLICED HALIBUT ,,,. FRESH SCALLOPS , b FRESH OYSTERS Swordfish Steaks JUMBO SHRIMP COD FILLETS SLICED COD FRESH MACKEREL «, CHERRY STONES Ib. lb. Ib. Ib. lb. HAVILAND CHOCOLATES ,, 75 e Make Your Own Selection. 18 Varieties. Have Therrt Packed in Your Own Box. Joanne Bakers LEMON MERINGUE PIES ea. 47c PLAIN ANGEL CAKES ea. 49c PARKERHOUSE ROLLS doz. 28c BOSTON BAKED BEANS Ib. 25c PUMPKIN PIES ea. 49c GLAZED POTATO DONUTS .... doz. 48c LOUISIANA RING ea. 69c BUTTERSCOTCH BRAIDS ea. 39c CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS ea. lOc FRESH FROZEN PIZZA PIES each 33« RAVIOLI With 59« RAVIOLI With Meat 64« STEAKS sSich 89* BONELESS BRISKET EXPERTLY CUT PROPERLY TRIMMED SIRLOIN OR SHORT FANCY NATIVE CORNED BEEF STEAKS Frying CHICKENS ROAST of BEEF STAN ov' EN N s ^ RB u 59 BACON SQUARES 25 BANANAS MUSHROOMS POTATOES ORANGES APPLES WHITE ROSE-- NEW! TENDA-SOFT PRUNE LARGE SIZE ........ Ib. EXTRA LARGE ...... Ib. MAMMOTH ........ Ib. 37c CREAMERY BUTTER 'MtCit I KAY 8 Delicious 1 CREAM CHEESE : YELLOW FIRM FRESH SNO-WHITE BLUE GOOSE MAINE SWEET, JUICY, FLORIDAS LARGE SIZE Sealtest lee Cream Cake RoH - 39' 76-80 NORTH ST., PITTSFIELD sssseassssesssiasaas LARGE, EXTRA FANCY MclNTOSH 401 MAIN ST., OALTON IN FW SPA PERI SiFWSPAPFld

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