The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 16, 1947
Page 10
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PAGB TEN BLYTHEVII.J.K' (ARK.) couniER NEWS Michigan University Students Hurl Overripe Eggs at Eisler „«••••«•••••••••"••••«•„ - IT'S SMALL IN SIZIV. . BIG IN PERFORMANCE Carry it anywhere, plug into any AC nr DC circuit and thrill to the "bJR radio" Voice of thil compact beauty. Wavvmagnet eliminates aerial or ground. Has-greatly iacreMeditlectiTityandsenMtivitytnrielp I you jcet farorite programs easier, billet: ."Bull's-eye" lighu when [ set is on. Convenient fold- $ ^ £95 35 s ONLY ZENITHX HAS AIL THESE • Anll-Stillt Wov.. magnet < • New Cempucl Chattlt • ConcinMc Contcelt, \ Swinging rolnrtf Dial ' • «. f. AmptifU.llon • Walnut • Alnico 5 Speaker • AC.DC Oirttntlcn' 'A Complete Radio Service' Department In Connection ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1947 ANN ARBOR, Mich., Dee. 16 (UP) —A menacing crowd of 2,500 Unl- 'raliy of Michigan students fired Bs and overripe fruit at Comnm- »t*t Gerhardl Eisler last night when le attempted AH extemporaneous peech after cancelling a scheduled The student* booed and cat-called i the man labelled by Congress u America's No. 1 Communist tried /> speak /rotn Ihe front porch of * louse where he stayed overnight, FBI agent--; and local police looked in during the demonstration. One student was seen carrying • Ifle concealed beneath his over- :oul. Eisler was not hit by tne eggs, al- hough there were many near hits. The crowd of nnpry students met •:lsler at a nark where he was schert- ilcd to speak lo the Michigan Youth "or Democratic. Action, an affiliate >f the American Youth for Democracy—branded as a Commurilst- ront organization by Attorney Gen- ual Tom C. Clark. When Elslcr saw the altitude of ho crowd, he cancelled his regular address and retreated (a the house. He was followed by the crowd. "We want Elslcr, he's afraid to como out," members ol the crowd shouted. "Down with the Michigan Youth for Democratic Action," Elslcr finally came out on the front porch where lie spoke for half an hour, while students threw eses at him. Mayor William E. Brown Jr., had threatened to jnll Eisler, who has seen convicted of contempt of Congress, If he appeared for the talk However, he ordered local police merely to stay with Eisler and preserve order. 206-OR \Yest Mnin J. \V. Adoim, Mgr. 'T'-'-T. ,2071 The Nome ZENITH Means Fine Radios Two Fliers Hurt When Plane Hits Apartment BAUITE, Ark., Dec. X1G. (UP) — Two men rcilinlncd In'n Little Rock hospital today follotvfiii? Injuries received wlicn tliclr llglit , rented airiiiniie crashed Into nn apartment house In the Pine Haven War Housing project, near liere Sunday nHernocm. Tile men were: Vernon W. Fulclicr, 30, wlio suffered n /rncliired skull ,-ind broken nrm. Roy V. Thompson ,agcd 28, who .suffered a brofccn right arm »nd leg. The plane fell between the homes of tho victims, wlio lived one block apart. Mrs. Gladys Masscy,' occupant of the building hit, said "It sounded like the world had come to un end. The noise was terrific. Pieces of lumber flew past me and I van out Into the yard." The plane missed the unoccupied upper quarters of the long build- Ing and struck the lower floor level, liming Mrs. Mimey's bedroom Ami bathroom. • •-• : Both men are employed by the Reynolds Metals Company. Thom- n.son, a wartime pilot, \vns Riving Ic.'-sons to Fulclicr who was learning to fly under the QI bill of Sits, Seeks Santa vegetable d beam, casserole dishes trieity. (Con'c«aled whe DEEP-HEET" Cooker The only electric rang* cooker with SIDE heat. Actually wraps the heat around the food. No jtirring neces. jary—foods do not stick to bottom. Meats ore more tender, browner. Chicken falls off the bone. Bakes a perfect meal-size angel food cake. 'DEEP-HEtT'SwcePm Trm «Kclusive Monarch Sauce Pan hot SIDE heat in addition lo bottom heol. Speeds cooking, tenderizes, preserves vitamins. Frys, steoms and simmers. Peifect for soups, pie fillings—end 03 o double boiler. On' a 144-hour vigil lor Sacila Clnus, steeplejack Harry Fro- chctte is pictured atop llagpole of the Paterson. N. J., city hall annex. The city's merchants arranged for Santa to arrive in a helicopter. Frachette has an electric blanket to keep him warm and a loudspeaker to keep waiting crowds Informed of Santa's profrress. Plans Outlined Bureau President Submits Plans to National Convention CHICAGO, Dec. 16. (UP)—Edward O'Neal, president of the Amer- Icai) Farm Bureau Federation, *ald today that the 1,250,000 members of the organization should Insist that the government continue to base Its farm program on the parity price principle. O'Neal told members attending the group's 29tli annual convention that "modification of the parity formula Is now demanded and It Is generally conceded that It will be modi/fed." O'Neal, who will retire this year after having wived as president or the organization since 1931, salrt that the parity principle jj tn e only one which will Insure that farmers who sell the same volume of agricultural products year after year will be able to buy equal amounts or non-agricultural ; commodities, despite price fluctuations. He listed these major objectives for a farm program. 1.. Consolidation of government agencies to unify soil conservation work 2. In addition lo soil conservation, a nationwide program to restore and maintain the mineral content of soils with government encouraging better fertilizers and providing funds for demonstrating Ihrlr proper use. 3. Expansion ol cooperatives under the farm bureaus, keeping away from the temptat;on to make them business enterprises, that would prevent the farm bureau from being the "voice of organized agriculture." 4. Full support of the Marshal! plan or "Its pralical' equivalent.' 5. Support of the lower tariff program adopted by the United States and 22 other nations at Geneva In a general agreement on' tariffs and trade; th&se provision.! "should lead the world back to sanity In the field of International relations." «. Despite "bitter disappointment," proceed to strengthen the United Nations by changing the veto policy, establishing an international police force, and controlling atomic energy. Margaret Truman Sings KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec. 16 rupi —Msrg«ret Truman sing last night before • c»padty audience of 2,000 personi, many of them hometown friends who nil agreed that she sang "very well." A Urge delegation of her friends »nd relatives from Independence, Mo., Miss Truman's home, joined the throngs from Kansas City who packed the Music Hall of the Municipal Auditorium. An alloy of iron and cerium ts the so-called flint usually used In sulating material, barium titanate, DcrjplUtlen Flnt The termite soldier protect* the lermltt nest from Invasion. It will suffer its head to be pulled off before it will release its hold on «n enemy. Cancer is not limited to any geographical area or race of people. American Jews to Send Delegation to Palestine ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Dec. 16 (UP)—A special economic and defense delegation will be "*ent to Palestine by the United Jewish Appeal to survey the needs of the newly-created Jewish Slate there. Delegates at the closing session of the Appeal's five-day national convention voted yesterday to send more than 50 American Jewish leaders to the Holy Land to survey economic needs to provide new agricultural and Industrial opportunities for 75,000 Immigrants erpected lext year. The delegates also sent telegrams to 5,000 American Jewish communl- tes inaugurating a campaign to raise an emergency fund of S25.000.000 for Palestine by the end of'this year. The Appeal also has set R $250000, 000 goal for 1948. Here are 1 only three of the many exclusive cooking conveniences you can enjoy with your new Monarch Electric Range. Model shown to the left is the famous Monarch Roaster Range. Corns in and see it. A P mANc£ccH OKE L Make this a RECORD Christmas. Come on—see our new record section — see how simple it is to select the one you want—hear your favorite tunes—buy records for Christmas today! Select From This Catalogue List: How Soon Vaughn Monroe The Echo S»ld No..Sammy Ka.vr String of P«rlj filenn Miller Two'lores Have I...Terry Como Dedication Wayne King RCA VECTOR RECORDS Adams Appliance Co. J. W. Adams, Mgr. 206-08 West Main 1'honc 2071 Government Buys Rice WASHINGTON, Dec. 16 (UP) — Tqe Agriculture Department reports that the government .bought 30,190,000 pounds of rice, all from :he Southern area, during the week ended Dec. 12. The government's price for United States Grade No. 5. unpolished milled rice on the basis of delivery at gulf ports per 100 pound bng.ytuiged from $9.20 for Southern Pearl and Early Prolific to Ml for Rexora, Blue Bonnet and Nira. A small portion of No. 6 rice was contained In the purchase. Record Ba*s Weighing » pounds and about 35 Inches Ions, the world's record large-mouth black hass caught ivlth rod and reel was taken by George J. Nicholls from the Tombigbce River, In Alabama, in April, 1926. Anthracite Is called "hard co»1. v but In the mineralogist's scale of hardness. It is only slightly harder than rock salt. Hov« you •v«r ioen anyone leave part of o GRAPETTE? GRAPETTE has a flavor you enjoy ANYTIME, thirsty ot noil COMPANY To htar young Jack ulk, you'd think there was only ont place in all'the world for his dad to workl And you can easily sec why. His dad's happy on the job- he can count on his check every pay-da.y—and h« has timt to spend bring i pal to Jack. Jack's dad thinks Ark-Mo is i good place to work, too. Besides good pay, boars and working conditions, he enjoys the protection of group life and sickness and accident insurance and a retirement pUn that will come in handy some day. Jack's dad is a solid citizen. He takes pride in the community and state in which h« works and does ill he can to mike th«m better places in which to live. He spends his money here—with the merchants of Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri, and that helps his neighbors and fellow citizens throughout this area. He is the sort of fellow who makes this Community and this Company what ;hey attl Ark-Mo Power Co.

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