The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1948 · Page 12
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,nr New U.S.-Soviet Trade Plan Eyed Policy Will lUiult tm More Sales of Goods to Russians 9f Awtta O. Wehrwefa (IMttt fntm 8t*t( CMrMpaadcni) WASHINGTON, May 12. (UP)— Secretary of Commerce Charles Sawyer l< preparing a new' trade policy •which will permit Russia and her satellite* to buy more American toodt, ft wu learned today. It wouM not, however, relax tlie b»n on shipment of war potential good*. Since March 1, the Commerce Department liai prohibited the shipment to the Iron curtain countries of almost anything except "soft" consumer goodi, This so- called "white list" covers such things at clothing tobacco and poU and ptru. In between this and tlie "black list" of war potential goods is a "gray" category which the new policy would affect. Sawyer and Defens* Secretary James ForreMal, it WM understood, are drafting a gray list of Industrial goods which might be licensed for shipment to the Soviet sphere countries. ftdfrly Farmer Dies While Visiting Daughter W. B. Bmrls, 91, a farmer from Holly Springs. Miss., died at. the home at a daughter, Mrs. C- H Morgan in the Little River Community, early today. Mr. Burrls had been been ill for almost two weeks. Funeral services are Incomplete but it is believed that they will will be conducted In Holly Springs tomorrow atlrnoon. Survivors include two sons, Ed Burrls 'of Potts Camp. Miss., with whom Mr. BurrLs made his home, and Rupert BurrLs of Bntcsvlllc, Mist; and three daughters, Mrs Lucy Young of Dell, Mrs. Morgnn, and Mrs. A. B. Jordan, of Kcnnett, Mo. The Holt Funeral Home has charge of arrangements. BLYTHEVILLB <AftK.) COURIER NKW« RED CROSS Continued from Pajte 1 tor's course with seven starling and seven certificates issued was the only perfect-record class. "This was taught by Ed Bell, water safety representative from the area office in'St. Louis. Mo. Mrs. Hugh WhiUett, chairman, reported thsl John D. McDowell, Mr«. Charles Penn, Oscar Elliott, Jr., Miss Vlvienne Moore, John Bruce Wilson, Mis» Alice Sallba, Worth D. Holder, L. H. Autry, Jr., and Miss Joyce Damon are now qualified water «sfety Instructors. Mr. McDowell and Miss Mur- Knudsen were sent to the National Aquatic School In Marshall, Tex., last year. In the absence of Mrs. Whitsett, Mr. McDowell read her report to the members. The home nursing report, submitted by Mrs. B- A. Bugg. chairman, and read by Mrs. George Lee, state (hat 110 women had been registered for home nursliiK courses last year, 68 women had attended from one to five classes, and 51 certificates Ipsued. Tlie Clear Luke Negro class was the only class with as many as 18 registering, 18 attended all classes, and 18 received home nur.sUig certificates. LCRChvllle, Dell, and Blythe- viilc classes were white classes with 12, 13 and eight women attending those respectively. Blnrm Victims Alilrrt The windstorm which hit Bly- thevilie May I last year was the only disaster reported by the chapter. M«. Hoyd Harnlson, executive secretary, reported on the Fund Campaign which collected some $500 over the |l 1.084.46 quota. Junior Program Expands Miss Delia Purtle asked Hint an assistant chairman for the Junior Red Cross, or Re a Cross in the schools, be appointed the following year In view of the enlarged program planned. Miss Purtle pointed out that this group emphasized participation' and education and not in the money those contacted would contribute twenty-one elementary schools, or 84 elementary rooms, und si.x high schools were enrolled In the drive, Miss Purtle said. Other projects for the youth organization Included the packaging of gifts for foreign countries, and the dlrtributlon of circulars for Red Cross activities. In the case report given by ftfrs. Ilarulson It wass pointed out that 1,056 K«t Cross families were given service durlnx the past year, and that 453 other families were JrtYestlftilteci for other agency or provided with Information. . Mrs. Horalson also explained that even though more people were familiar with the financial services given by the Red Cross, one ot the largest res[ionslblniles of the Red Cross was to give service. The financial report by Mrs. W. W. Shaver, office clprk, was accepted as read, and it showed a bank balance of $12,316.95 for the year, plus an undivided $473.80 fund thai must be divided between tlie jocal office and National Red Cross. This report showed that $6,109,98 was I given In financial assistance to families last year, and that the re- ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., May 12. —lUP) — (USD A)—Livestock: Hog* 12,000; all salable as compared with 10,000 yesterday. .Weight over no Ibs 50-»1.00, mostly 75c lower than Tuesday's average: slow at decline. Lighter weights 23-50c lower; sows, steady to 25c lower. Bulk good and choice 170-240 Ibs 20.76-21.50; top early 21.75 for two loads. 240-270 Igs moMly 19.25-20.78; 210-300 Ibs 17.15-19.25; 300-425 Ibs Livestock malnlng $13,902.34 disbursements went to home nursing, water safety, Junior Red Cross, camps and services, general office expense, salaries, and the National Red Cross share ot the 1M7 fund campaign. At th« beginning ot the year $11,003.31 was reporter) on hand, and receipts for the year totaled $21,.243.62. 28 Directors KlrcU-d Names of 28 board members were submitted by the nominating committee lor the chapter officers and executive menroers Jor 1947-48. They are: Kendall Berry, Mrs. Cecil Wroten, R. A. Porter, E. n. Mason, Paul Pryor, Mrs. Floyd White, Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Slegbert Jlecie], W. H. Stovall, O. E. Kmidsen, Hcrmon Cnrlton, tlie Rev. E. H. Hall and Leroy Cnr- ter of Lenchvllle, G. W. Tlpton and Mrs. W. R. Brown of Mnnlla, E. M. Woodard and Noble Gill of Dell, Mrs. Clirjs Tompklns of Bmxlette, R. W. Nichols of Annorel, Mrs. H. L. HaiselK Si-., of Promised Land, W. E. Hngcn of Huffman. Milton Bunch of Yarbro, L. V. Wartdell of Black Wnler, Ben Eoff of Lost Cane, Mrs. james L. Verhocff, Murray Smart, J. W. Adams and Mrs. Rupert Crafton, all of Blylhevllle. This group was accepted by acclamation. Mrs. Harry Halncs and Miss Delia 'urtlc nre automatically members of the Executive Board by virtue if their positions In the chapter as ionic service chairman and the Junior Red Cross chairman. The report from the nominating committee was presenter! by Mrs Floyd A. White.' More than a quart of Oil.. A QUART OF "luhn-feefim'l * That's What You Get In The Great N«w Phillips 66 Premium Motor Oil! ES, there's something really good on the market -a motor oil that gives you— "Lubri-tection"! What do you get? The fine lubricating qualitici of a great oil p/ us _ a high degree of protection against iludge and varnish formation . . . against ring stick- log ... and against engine deposits I f _ time you think of an oil change-think of Lubri-tection" at your Phillips 66 Dealer's! PHILLIP ROIL * "LBtri-ttftW—tbeprolcctiM rettdertJ by *« til •//«.* *«.« ,t, e k co*uiniHg .*«,„/ ^fl^W^^^ *~J AWV^A^_ * L -I •, • . * . . Senator Fined Senator Glenn H. Taylor ID. Ida.) walks out of a Birmingham, Alabama courtroom during Ills trial mi disordeily conduct charges. He was found guilty In a case based on Taylor's use of "Negro" entrance In a local meeting hall, May 1, was fined $50.00 and given a 180-day suspended sentence. He announced he would appeul the case. (NBA Telcphoto) 16.25-17.75; 130-150 Ibs 18.25-20050' 100-120 •Ib.l 15.25-n.50; sows 450 Ibs down 15.75-10.50; over 450 Ibs 14 7515.75; slugs 11-13. Cattle 2,300; salable; 2,000; calf receipts 1.200, all salable. Around 20 loads of steers offered with n relatively liberal percentage of light butcher steers and heifers on sale. Approximately 30 per cent of receipts cows. Opening trade fairly active and fully steady on all classes with venters $2 higher. Small lots good and choice steers up to 33, with several loads and lots good to choice steers 30-32; good ami choice heifers and mixed yearlings 28.5031.50; some held higher. Good cows 24-25; common and medium cows 20-23; canners and cutters 15.50- ltf.50. NOTICB Nolle* U hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer ! at retail at 422 W. Ash, Blytheville, I Mississippi County. ! The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, ot good moral character, that lie lias never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to »ell beer by the undersigned ha« been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. N. S. ROSSI B Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10 day of May, 1048- Elizabeth Mason, (SEAL) Notary Public. My Commission expires 4-28-60. WBDMUDAY. MAT IX to be a Big Event r Seagram's /^/^ Sure SEAGRAM'S 7CROWN. BLENDED WHISKEY. 86.8 Proot. 65%Giain Neulral Spirits. SeaBiam-Oislilleis Coiporalion. Chrysler Building, NewYoik 'Way Out In Outfield? Will you he all a dither trying ( o catch good repair work for your car on the run this summer? Stop worrying, Mister. A systematic check-up at Shelton Motor now will keep your motor in A 1 condition all the time —with no last minute breakdowns just when you need your car. No need for quick patch-up work, when our* correctly-done reliable service is available. SHELTON MOTOR 119 West Ash Sf. COMPANY Phone 4438 r\ STETSON STRAWS You'll get a swell combination of the cool, smart and new look when you pick your imported Stetson straw Prom our complete collection! Sparkling Panamas to bronzed Sakus-we have 'em all! From $6 *

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