PAG* 'Communist Forty Asserts It Will Hot, Curb Cupid by Seeking 'Dote Money' by Mkn, ....inimr April m tcp>— fur-**""'** Party want* one clearly understood. It may be - J •» the Uinhell Plan, but, i, H hai nothlai ac*in*t A fcxcj piftr (XflcUl intltted that MOtrur to captt«ll*tlc tumor, the partf fc itrktlr neutral on the •*!«*. . A CncmuDiit may take hie ro- nano* or tore it alone. iiu party decent toll him how to conduct affair*. The tew wai ral»ed bv rumors! that the putr had put *otoe iharp wetriction* on Cupid In 1U efforts I to raise fund*. According to the *torj, young Communist** (ir la were supposed to dl*cour*«» their boy friends from spending money on "•illy dates." And get them to eink the funds tn^o the .party coffer. Here'4 the way It wu Mid to work; A young man calli up * Commun- i»t girl and suggests say, dinner, movl« and * soda. This would cost •bout 14.00 for the dinner, »1.50 for th* movies, 30 cent* for two sodas and about 50 cents tor transportation—a grand total of $6^0. The young woman, after getting • detailed account on th« proposed schedule, wai to suggest that the young man forego the date expense and doiiale the «.*) to the party, II ha'd agree, they'd go for * walk, or maybe read a book. BLYTHEYILLB (ARK.) 1 OOURDM ••KIWI AH this th* Communlct official denied, sitting In local party headquarter*—a scant four blocks from tin FBI—h* txolalmcd: "That's redlculous. We'd n«ver do a thin* Ilk* that." Ha aald he 'had heard comcone propose that party members forego movies and donate their movie- money to the party, but that the Idea was flatly turned down. The Communists, this offlcln) ox- plained mournfully, Ma raise their money the same way the Democrat* and the Republicans do—by Individual contributions. Of. course, he added, If a young Communist girl wants to skip entertainment voluntarily and have her swain give the saving to (he party, there would be no objection. The party evidently Isn't that neutral. Read Courier News Want Ads. M«thodittt Speed Driv* Aimed at Prohibition BOSTON, April 30 (UP) _• A stej>ixicl-up drive to ''outlaw beverage alcohol" was proposed yesterday to the Methodist Quadrennial General Conference by Its board of temperance. Although the board did not specifically mention prohibition, a resolution calling for the return of pro- ( hlbllloii is before (lie conference. In Its report the tempcreiic* board said: "We assert the right of the citizens of any political unit to make illegal the alcoholic beverage traffic within Its borders. When this law Is not provided In existing laws, proper steps should be taken to secure it. "As soon ns this Is possible," the board said, "beverage alcohol should be outlawed." FRIDAY, APRIL W- 1949 TtM purtt helium ever distributed commerlc'aUjr, within 0.» % at absolutely pure helium, Is now »- vallabl«, the Bureau of Hint, disclose*. tber eta be sent kite • Motion o/ a ephere without breektaf are being manufactured for UM with the glent M-Inch Mount Palontar tel- eecope. P 1 *^ •» flexibU Rewl Courier New. Want Ads. WANTED by ee» .1 eh« furfest „»„!„, h««l«iiui. fe BlyUievltte, middle »»«d man W take tnlnliK for Manner *t buiiM*. M.M be •bet te keep book,, tj-p. and d. ( «M n i offl« work . FMt ,„,. P. 0. Box 804 LAWNMOWERS FAN Boulevard 16" out f 18.25 Reading 16" cut .... ?20.6B FAN Arrow 16" cut ?22.26 FAN Arrow 18," cut ?23.50,, Gas powered mowerg f 144.95, |164.95 and ?200.00 ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. J. W. Adam., Mgr. Complet* S«rvic« Uept. 206-08 W. Main Phone 2071 California Summer By the Foremost Maker In the Most Wanted Fabrics Choose your summer suit right now from the biggest collection we've had in six years... all sizes, all colors, all styles,,, plains, patterns in single or double breasted models. JropkalWorsted by HART SCHAFFNER& MARX \ When our own tailoring perfectionists put their inimitable skill into this wonderful, pure wool fabric they really turn out some beauties. From '$ For A Man -Mead's Will Have It!
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