The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 22, 1947
Page 3
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 194T Russians Oust German Leaders Remove Democratic Party Leaders in Occupied Zone By John B. McDrrmott (United Press Sla.II Correspond™l> BERLIN, Dec. 22. (UP) _ The Christian Democratic party announced today (hat the party chairman and deputy chad-limn in tile Russian zone oi Germany hrul been ousted from their offices on direct orders of (lie Soviet Military Administration. The expulsion of chairman J*akob Kaiser and Deputy Max Lemmcr marked the first open move by the Soviets lo remove German political party leaders who opposed I heir iwlicies. Kaiser ana i.emmer incurred Snv- iet wrath by miming to recognize a Communist - sponsored pcoplei party meeting In Berlin two weeks The press department of (lie party announced the removal from office of the p ar ty s two top men in the Soviet zone. Informed sources said Col. Sere- Tulpanov, Chief of the Russian Information Department, conferred on the.matter with Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov Tuesday when' he passed throng], on his way one from the Big flour conference vrticru negotiations on Germany collapsed. Boll. Kaiser and Lommer had in'th'tir'' 1 ' 0 '' " 1Cy W ° UW " Ot give er from the Soviet Mmtar'x^QoVen!" ment could force them out, they aiser is- regarded by many as one of Germany's foremost postwar political lenders. His party has been a leading opponent of the soviet-supported Socialist Unitv Party in the Eastern Zone. Kaiser has outspokenly advocated a unified Germany. Responsible quarlers'said that the action of the Soviets, coming afte. : ence, well might servo as notice lo other opposition leaders. Mayor of Blythcville Calls on Residents to Ce/efcrot* Safe Holiday }'°* E R - Jackson today called H » to ,, re "' lenU to «*•»*»£ the National Safety Council ^ make this yeaV^'ShH^Zr^ day acldent-free. "Christmas is the time for ess. and we musl make sure that sadness and grief will not mar our pcnon-s o" hC " !<l ' " II '" Cnch his holiday season, and that'of his lamlly, is a |, ap ,, Vi Joyous one _ a safe one. "It Is an easy Job for us io do, if we will but make Ihe effort. All it lakes Is a mile extra cautlon/amt a llltle extra courtesy on lh« street in your home and at play. Accidents are not hard to prevent- ft Is merely difficult io set your mind to it. "Lets all of us in Blytheville work together to make this joyous holiday celebration. ' Remember that Chrl.slinas is not only the season to be merry-it is Ihe season to be wary as well." Eight pounds of raw potatoes are required to make one pound dehydrated potatoes. • of First Nighters Deny Petitions To Build New Power Units WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP)— The Federal Power Commission has refused permission lo two companies to build power developments in Soulh CaroJIna. If no objection lo Ihe decision Is raised within 25 days, it becomes final the commission said The commission said the projects conflicted with each other and both could not be built. It dismissed ,J , Prejudice the application of the Lyles Ford Tri-County Power authority because it could not finance the necessary examinations and surveys. By dismissing the application without prejudice the authority still may make application survey. The convulsion den lecf however, the application of the South' Carolina Electric and Gas Co In turning down Ihe Lylcs Ford plans, consisting of three dams across the broad river, and the con- Baree rivers, the commislon said however, the plans "conformed mosi nearly with Ihe latest and best comprehensive plan of development" ol the Santee-Congaree-Brosid-Sa- luda Kiver Basin. U.S. Seeks Scrap Steel in Germany Joint Government, ' Industry Mission to Examine War Junk W> Austin {!. Wehrtrrln (United Press staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (UP)_ Tlie government Is B oing scmn hunting In the batllenelds and blunted factories of Germany. An elglit-mnn, joint governnwnt Slid Industry mission will sail Dec 30 to survey the rusting and twisted Junk leU in the wage of war. Secretary of Commerce W. Aver- More sleel is the key' lo gelling more Roods «, Americans and aid to the rest of the world. The shortage of scrip a ti, e bottleneck which is holding; back greater production. The industry got practically no scrap from abroad (his year. Supplies Here are at « dangerous !ow. The commerce-industry group win not venture beyond the* Orders of lie u. S.-occupation zone, but It »as learned (hat Harrlmnn also wants to send another group to scour Ihe Western Euroncan nnilm,* in the Marshall plan °" S Problem |, Comfil/ciited The scrap problem Is complicated ar^!;., r°" e!m slecl mllls nlso are short of scrap. They ,, C ed in- cieased producdon lo put their own Industries back „„ n lcll . fcet . i t ° w ",J eciuirc a Judicious program to jat- Isfy everyone. Harriman won approval for the present searching party from a group of top steel executives who met with him recently. They raised the question, however, whether the costs of cutting up the material and Harriman since has been study- Ing a plan which would m efr-i subsidize the shipments. Under Ihe Plan the government would collect the scrap and ship it | n govern ment ships, but sell it at do, k Yw to private industry. - Crime Doesn't Tav MUSKOGEE, Okla. (UP)-Cri,n e didn't pay for burglars who made 'tali^'T. Ca " °? tw: ° local " Ilin 3 stations. They got a total of only 53 cents. * x Read Courier News want Ad». WTTLE ROCK, Arlc., Dtc, 12 (UPi -Fire of undertermlned origin des- i-oyed the Sherill-Hoiisou grocery "d the adjoining Lelrd Lumber -ft *J NOTICE We Are-Now Open Evenings until 9 P.M. Until Christmas Maintaining their repufalion as one of the world's best-dressed couples, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor arrive at* New York movie premiere. The duchess in an ankle-length evening gown and the duke in a formfitting, fur-collared overcoat OHEIFUS Hew siestn fashion: shoes Ficsfa Wine WnntUf Fiesta colors and styles,., .with a hcel-snngfit that's a .i l (>ie*la to your fcet! Not in many a season such a varied collection of morc-for-your- money Vitality Shoes! >• Open c ranfr: nj ji'ir.i nnil Un ES Company mill her. lal« last nlglit. Thi blnza was brouulit under con- l ,f" 1ll T ly .V llsmol '" ln « «"«•'""> llghl. by firemen. I'nul M., ( j, ownei . of Uw |l|nl bcr conipnny. said his low wouUl be leiu-y iin.l only |Mrlliilly covered by Insurance. Demise of Zoo Gorillas Mourned in Cincinnati CINCINNATI, O. (UD-The Clh- cltmall Zoo may have a accessor lo Sinlc, u, 0 gofilln who-died ro- PAGE TffltEB Jnmps A. Rcllly, zoo president, 'ays lhat during Su»ie'»' Ulnew thousands of telephone c«ll« were Lh 'f d ; , noi °"'? from Cliicln- , but from Lexington, Ky., and ! ••' .jin;..-, mo goruin who" died re- ' " <lv '•'"" '-cxniKton, Ky and cenlJy, If her n<lmii-er s luuo their' ..n""'"i S r'.P'' Bn<1 otllcr vtKes - <Jtl ° "»le girl even sent »1 lo buy «omethfnt friend," Rellly ' ' h«r Me 8U|| Cu PALMER, U»«, (Qp) M°V an t?., k uXj.*- P ° UBd ^^" ^ .X - The best Gift Values in town are at ^,1* f f' fl , ;L ' 7 fe " Ot ke "P In « " a $ecret - We're proud of Ihe fact that the gr.ote.t fl tf.s are to be found at our fnendly stare. Gift, gofor. for you »o choose from, i^g ' n ficent d.amonds, handsome watches, beautiful s.i rings' •tunmng .ostum, jewelry, gift, f or , h . home, elec.ricai tkS 1? Vk '.^ °"L ever y' hl "9 f« ""oke (hi. Christmos the brightest holiday they've ever spent. Shop early and avoid the crowd,. You'll appreciate" ,h. fine" ,.l.^on?, the greater savings for you. • CASH or CREDIT Gorgtoui Diamond ENGAGEMENT RING 1ASY 3-DIAMOND RING $ 75 oo Of IN AN ACCOUNT , 3 Shimmering DIAMONDS convenient termj lo luit yourself Or corryiny charge wholioever. ;.• Choose a Fine Watch I remember your ertdlt h abio. Just lay "Charge HI" Choose • • pay next year. No Intireit 3-Dlamonrf ENGAGEMENT RIN« $89.50 CONVINIINT TUMI' 6-DiomonJ BRIDAL SET $94.50 (Air i«uu A. BULOVA 75-Jewef "Andrew" B. BULOVA 17-Jewe/ "Godde,, ol C. ELGIN 4XT' 77-J«we/s, Dura.fWer Mainspring ^Tf " ii,i* D. GRUEN 17-Jewet "Marilyn* $5500 11.25 s Werk Engraved CROSS and CHAIN $495 OriN AN ACCOUNT &£ Waleh Prices Incl. Fed. Tax LADIES' and MEN'S BIRTHSTONE RINGS Extra Smart CIGARETTE CASES $ 5 00 Genuine leather WALLETS $2*° CHAIOI rr lovely N*w COMPACTS ^95 CM AIM rr \ Double Strand PEARL NECKLACE Me A WEEK DREIFUS Meet Dreif us . . . Wear Diamonds 31B \VFST M\\\ ST. For Baby SILVERPLATEO FORK and SPOON CHAM! rr STORES IN MEMPHIS, ILYTHEVILLE AMD OTERSIURG Open Evenings 'Til 9 p.m. No extra cost for Credit PAY NEXT YEAR r.-^vr.

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