The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 19, 1947
Page 2
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1 v PAG* TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 194T Americans Send Cargo fo Italians New York Governor Sends Friendship Ship On Its Way NEW YORK, Dec. 1«. (UP)—The SS Friendship cargo left yesterday for Italy\wlth a load of foodstuffs and a parting message from Oov. Thpma* E. Dcwey of New York that It also carried the American people's hope ' h &t the Italians would have "every success In the struggle. against Communist aggressors." Dewey was the principal s|>eaker at ceremonies marking the departure of the vessel with a $5,500,000 cargo of 5,000,000 pounds of friendship train food staples. He pointed out that recent bids for power by Communists In France as well as Italy had failed,' but added that- "the struggle''la not over." ... •• : '. ~ : •'. , "The left-wing revolutionaries are only lying back;'waiting for tlie next chance." he said. "Economic distress leading • to 'hunger • and numerous other hardships Inevitably creates a field for their Intrigues and policy of direct • action." i But, the governor, added, "they! can be, they will be 'defeated. He said It was -the. p'unwse. of i the free nations ,of the world to "stand together In bonds of firm j friendship and mutual assistance to the end , lhat freedom shall triumph again." "Th« American people have given freely of their substance to help old friends who need It flu ring a period of recovery," Dewcy said. "This ship leaves our shores accompanied by the warm rogard of our people for the good people of Italy and by high hopes of their every success against Communist aggressors and final triumph for the cause of freedom and Justice irhlle under their own free government." Monkey-shines Guards Battle Five Bandits, Recover Loot CHICAGO, Dec. 19. (UP) — T»o payroll express guards fought a fan battle with five hoodlums yesterday and saved a >atch«l containing »30,000. The robbers fled In their automobile and later engaged a police sciuad car in a running gun fight. Police believed at least one of the hoodlums wax wounded. The payroll guards, employes of Ihe Brinks Express Co., were delivering the money to the processing laboratories of the Eastman Elderly Couple Prove Protection Unnecessary MIAMI, Pla., Dec. 19. (UP)—Au elderly Chicago couple, who their daughter thought were unable to take care of themselves, met her train Monday night when they arrived here without knowing where she lived. Her car had been caught In a traffic jam. I The frantic daughter, wlio dc- i scribed the couple as and protected," began a 'very shy search of nights. They read, of the search In this morning's paper, took another taxi to their daughter's apartment and were reunited with her about 11 a.m. police said. . - , i • ^n-tj«ii a, ny«ii;ii ui i ^ 11 • • « • M • bright and cheerful yesterday, none , the more thnn 500 hotels In this \Fulbnght Seeks Repeal the worse for two days alone In i crowded resort center. Police aided > C ' ' ~ this big tourist city. ! the search. * Esther Plaft missed her parents' Kodak Co. They had parked their tryck at j But Louis Platt, 75. mid his 72- year-old wire of Chicago got over " when they the curb and were entering the building when the five robbers, armed with two shotguns and a pistol, seized the money. The express Company guards opened fire and the robbers returned the shots. During the shooting at close cjuarters one of the guards wrested the money bag from the robbers. flr5 . 1 n ° l " n * hclr a taxlcill) lo a **«* they and O/ All Taxfs on Oleo WASHINGTON, Dec. 18, (UP)— Sen. J. wlllinra Pulbrlght, D., Ark., yesterday Introduced a bill to repeal all federal taxes on oleomargarine. He said federal margarine laws are "foreign to our outlook" and are "dlrectely opposed lo the spirit of free enterprise." Fulbright said federal taxes and licenses fees on margarine are "the only case where a federal tax Is levied on one domestic product for the benefit of another competing product." Pulbrlght took the Senate floor during debate on the Republican anti-Inflation bill. He said his measure was related directly to Inflation. He said It Is not fair to penalize margarine makers for making their product yellow when butter i manufacturers can add yellow col- or without penalty. The world, he said, needs" food more, probably, than it ever needed i It before. Restrictions on the pro| ductlon of margarine are restrlc: (Ion upon the production of food." Solve* Weed Prpblnn BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (UP) — Herbert O. Goslin built his summer home and hunting lodg« on a marshy lake but had trouble reach- Ing It because water plants fouled his outboard motor boat. So h» mounted an airplane-type propel- lor on the rear of his duck boat «no /^ makes the trip with ease. W.s. Nantei Make Sales 'OKLAHOMA CITY (UP)—There are : almost as many fancy names for hair styles : as for'perfumes, it was observed at a convention of Oklahoma hairdressers and cosmetologist* her£. A few of the names/of -hairdos-. "Lines of. Allure,"; "Meticulous Miss," "Smooth Duo," "CapV Contour," "Fashion Encore," "Nso - Classic," "Suave Sidelines" •»nd-"Martha Washing- ir ...;..... . . When goalie Red McAfee suffered a broken nose in an ice hockey game with the Omaha club, general manager Jack IJutterfield of the Fort ^yorth Rangers came up with Mickey, pride of the Shrine circus, who is ready to make monkeys out I ol the opposition at the net." 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