The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 9, 1947 · Page 2
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MJETWO SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1947 Reveals Notes «. to Peron's Aides . Secretory Marshall 1 Welcome? Move ro ~ ' World Peace Bring Happy Landing [* WASHINGTON, Aug. 9. CUP> •- 'Secretaryiof SHte George C. Mnr- thall'h«s told Argentina that the rilled. States has been following Ifor some time Argentina's recently Iviropo^d "peace plan," it was an- |nounced ;today, T.*ie St,a'f Ufmrtnimt .imde ;.iub- Ilic i recc'it exciting* of noles 1 between 'Marshall ami Argentine I Foreign Minister Juan Alllio Bra- Imuglia conceiving Argentine Pre- Isident Juan de Peron's plan, which I was broadcast early in July. The Aigentlnc proposal briefly I called upon Hie United States anil I the American people to adhere to (pacific principles and offer econo- Imlc. cooperation to other countries •Of th'e world. The proposal was sent • to all of thp American nations and | to the valican Marshall's reply, dated Aug. 1—14 Idays before the opening of the ,In- Itcr-American conference at Rio rie I Janeiro-r-reminded Argentina that I the united States has been follo\v- jiiig the\' Argentine proposals for (some. time. ^Marshall, however, "cordially wel- fi coined "; the Argentine proposal to j promote international cooperation I a'ntV furnish'economic assistance for | the achievement of pence. Argentina'called on. the U. S. ami I other governments to follow these Bsteps- 1. Adhe.rn ic pacifist princi- j |ples;2. To solicit adhcrar-ec to tho.;* I principles :'of ether countries and |offer them. economic cooperation; [3. To proclaim and realize these I desires at all International meel- 1 Ings. Marshall told Argentina: "With respect to the first ste^ [/...this country has always, will I continue •-to Rive it devoted adher- iice to the principles of peace. [ 'With respect to the second step |. : ..the people e-f the United States i ha've ' recognized that this kind of f practical" copcration for the rcs- [jloraUon of.pence is worih considc'va- i jhl'c material sacrifices that they! ||have already mode to realize it. (He pointed out the large quanll- itics of (odd the U. S has sent to [JEurope and all of the International ':relief 'organizations — some of iUvlilcli Argentina has not joiiied— Ifwhlch .th'eV Unite J Stiites has sup|l ported.) 'With respect to the third step .the United Stales of America has on many occasions made explicitly clear :ti determination !/> '• contribute what it can even nt considerable sacrifice to the establish- in^ i v and maintenance, of pea"o and to realize this determination through the various agencies of i:i- ternatioj al cooperation." - Lie Sets 1948 UN Budget at $39,403,792 LAKK SUCCESS, N. Y., Allf. 0. <UP) United Nations ' .Secretary General Tryi;ve Lie estimated yesterday that the UN will need $39,403,'193 to u[>?ratr hi 1948, exclusive of emer^c-ney expenses and con- .slruetJon COM.S ' for the projected world headquarters. I.lu'j. budget estimate was disclosed in u formal report. UN offir-lals saiti, liowcvcr, Hint before the assembly convenes the total will be pared by $3,000,000 or $-1,000.01)3. The 1U48 rciiulrenienU, totalllnf; about half the <-osL of a modern baltleshii). include $M,02H.280 for salaries and wanes; $2,917,515 for the General Assembly and various UN councils ami S'-i.MO.Ono. for ceo- tiomie commissions, social welfare and the UN's K"arcllansliip of tho I'ree territory of Ti-iesle. Clear Lake Gardener Grows Large Tomato; Slice Makes Sandwich Just one slice of a tomato raised by Mrs. Cora Anderson of clear Lake fioad will make a sandwich | and one tomi'.Uj will make sand- I wiche.s for the lamily. Tin' tomato weljjiis uvo pounds and measures 12','i Inches In circumference. Mrs Anderson's son, John, said the touifito was lound this morning. "An ( i It's not the only MB one", [ he ridded. "Another one welched one and tliree-foni'tlw pounds and most of them ate at least one pound." Kleven-month-old Kileen Huckley, of Lancashire, England, seems pretty well pleased to he in Hie U. S. A. She's pictured as shu arrived in New York ahoartl the liner Queen Mnry when it completed its first postwar passenger trip. (J. S. Army Seeking Men for Duty in Europe Enlistments in the European Command have been reopened to men with prior service in any of the Armed Forces, Staff SerKt. Don C. Seal of the Army Recruiting Station liere said today. Enlistment,' may he made in tlic grade held prior to discharge if it! was not above that of staff sergeant and provided prior service requirements are met, he said. For Sale Reljullt li-ft. McCray Meat Display Case equipped with new coils, new compressor and expansion valve. Delivered and installed with one year guarantee and free service. $470 ' .Dei5 Scon . Itei'riteration Oi. 1211 W.-BIain I'll. 22<i() Eveniim Worship. 8 p.m. Wednesday prayer meeting, p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH llarvpy T. Kh!d, pastor Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. Morning \Vorshlp, 11 a.m. CHURCH OF ciii'iMT Iv. \\'. Stuvall, ]i:istnr Sunday School, 0:SO a.m. Worship Service. lOriO a.m. Bible Study, (i:45 p.m. Evening Service, 8 nm. Mornint; Worsliip, 11 n.nv Christ Ambassador Siivviccs, 6:30 p.m. Children's Church, o:30 p.m. Evangelir.tlc Services, 7:30 pin. CHURCH NEWS YARBKO SIETHOmsr ClIXiKCll Itay 1.. Mcl.fister, pastor 1st. 3rd and 5th Sundays: E'reachlng Services, V:'JO pm Sunday School, 10 ami, every j Sunday. | 2nd and 4th Sunday;: Pleaching Services, 11 a.m. CALVARY 11AS-TISV CHDUCH IGlli anil ChickasawtM 1*. H. Jcrni^an, pastor Sunday School. 3:-l5 am. MorninK Worship, 11 a.in. B. T U., (i:45 p.m. Evening Worsliip, S p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.in. TK.Ml'I.K ISKAKI, Itr. Alfird Vise, llablil Services on special announcements. FIKHT C1IUKC11 OF THE NAZAIJKNK .. .. Daniel Stafford, pastor .. .. Sunday School, !3:4f> a.m. Morning Worship, !l a.m. Young People's Meeting, '(:I5 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 p.n:. Wednesday prayer service, 'i:30 HKST LUTHERAN CHURCH Robert Jaeger, pastor Sumiaj Eehopl, 10 a.m. _, Frlcnv Evining T.30 p.m. Sunday isShobl Teacher's Meeting. IJTALF MOON ASSEMBLY OF GOD :M»rtin Reagan, acting pastor Sundaj Sclioo".,' 10 a.m. Charles JSp-mger superintendent. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Listen to Showers of Blessings Over KLCN Tomorrow Morning at 8:30 a.m. .Sponsored by Church of The TVa/nrcne FIRST METHODIST CHUItCIl Allen I). Stewart, pastor Church School, 9:45 a.m. Worship Service, 10:50 a.m. Senior Youth Fellowship. 6:30 p.m. Intermediate Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p.m. Worship Service, 7:30 p,m- Clioir practice, Wednesday. IMJlANUF.I, BAPTIST CHURCH A. M. Houston, pastor Sunday School. 10 -Lin Morning Worship, 11 am Training Union, 1 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night prayer service, p.m. UURliBTTE ClIUKCII OK OOI) R. K. Shaw, iiiislur Sunday School. 9:45 n.in. •Morning Worship, 11 u.m. Youth Service, 7 p.in. Evening Service, 8 p.m. LAKH STKEKT METHODIST * CHURCH II. II. IJlcvIns, [inslnr Church School, 9:50 a.m. Morning Worship. 10:50 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wed. 7 p.m. CHURCH OK TUB CONCKl'TIDN' K«v. U. Krancls McDn-. itt, jiastor Rev. Paul .Bujurslu, usi.istant pa^tur Sunday Musses, 1 and 10 n.m. Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. NUMBKR'NINK DAl'TIST CHUUCII Hnwaril II. Kins, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 li.m. Morning Worship, ill a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evcnlnii Worship, a p.m. . : " ST. STEPIIKN'S Ki'IiiC'OI'Al. CHTJItCH William .T. F!lxli:ii;h Tenlli Sunday After Trinity Cluivch e^licol. 9:<o a.rn. iMornlng Prayer. 11 :i ra. Wednesday Evening. 8 !>.i.i.. Class if Instruction. CALVAUY ri'ISCOl'AI, CHUIiCil Oscenln \Villi:nn .1. Kil7li-ir.li Tenlli Sunday alter Trinity. Church School, nr'IS :>.in. Evenint; Prayer. 7:30 p.m. Truman Extends Subsidies l For Five Years WASHINGTON. Aug. f). (UPl — Subsidies, iiuolas and an excise tax of one-half cent per pound \vcre'e.x- lendcit fur five years under, legislation .signed into law yesterday by President Truman. The new law revises and continues Hie sufar act of 1937 which otherwise would have ended Dec. 31. Immnl and domestic production (inotas have been suspended since April, I'J-I'.!. because of the short waitinn- and postwar -supply. Pres- j Ident Truman may suspend the new quotas if he decides that the shortage will contmue. If the (|uotas are. not suspended, the Secretary of Agriculture must estimate the probable domestic demand for the following year. His estimate wlH determine import quotas lor the year. The law set domestic production quotas as follows: Uccl, I.80U.OOU tons; mainland cane. riUu.UOU tons; Hawaii eniie, 1.052,BOO tons; Puerto Rico cane, !!!(),000 tons, Virgin Islands cane. 0,000 tons. The Philippine Republic was al- lullerl an annual quotn. of Oj'2,000 tons. But the Philippines are not expected to bo able to fulfill It for several years. .' Cuba will be permitted to fm\ nish 08.(M per cent of the difference between the U. S. demand nnd the total of domestjc quotas. Cuba also will Ix.' allowed to make up most of any Philippine deficit. Are You Interested vi,ff/f .IATEST DEVELOPMENT in •:.tint OFFER*YOU $ j|~ J TDM. GOSPF.I, TABERN'ACI.F. Vent ISowlin, pastor Sunday School. 0:15 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Yotmg People. f>:-15 ij.tn. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. GATEWAY TABRCNAVI.E 1,. G. Borah, pastor Church Service. 9:15 am. Rvcnlng Worship. 1.30 p.m Church Service, W-.'dncsday an; Friday, 7:30 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHUUCII I,. C. Kamscy, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. SAVE MONEY On Fans — 25% OFF! * Pedestal Fans * Hunter and Robbins and Myers Attic Fans * Ceiling Fans ALL SIZES This big event now when you need them most! Two BiHs Vetoed By Loney to Get High Court R FIRST CHRISTIAN IE. S. Haird. pastor Sunday School, !):3& n.m. Communion Service 10;3-j a. in. LILLY STREET HA1TIST I). 15. I'lcclsop. I'ailor Sunday ftzhocl, 2:33 a.m. Mornint; Wor.slup. 10:55 am. Training Union G:45 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 j; m. FIRST IIAI'TIST CMUIU.ll E. C. llrmvn, pastor Sunday School, SA'J u.m. •Morning Worship. 10:55 ,>.;n. Training UiTion. 7 p.m. Evemni; Worship, 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY Sunday School Cabinet mei'tin;; G:-15 p.ni. Officers' and Tc-iclu'rs' intelliii; 7 p.m. frajcr Service. 7:30 p.m. T.ITTI.E !7CC;X\ 'Ark.. Air;. 0 'UP) --'[lie Arkansas Ji:ipn i ;s!-.' Courl vcslcrthiy \vos givt?n tin OIMUM-IU- lily of ruling oil the vamtitv ol !inv, Brn. Laney's vclo of tVo CI)!- L ; )issswl by the in 17 toi-isKUmv. Jolin A. \Vhnlev r tax ass'.-r^or oj :nt!epi'ntlc:iicc County, /cii'irnhiy j:pcalccl n Circuit Court (ieoLsion .•j'.icli r.phcl^l (he govtTiKjr'j; vyLo >f ;i bill wliicli wonUl iiavo ic- !(J the cour.ty's iiuLJitlr<l MU- iry net. Tht? hig'b courl is tier in :Tr"ss iiitl v;!ll ,i'c-:'onvcnc Sept. l. r >. Uu- lo.s^ a ronnrsL -s niaile tbiit it !».' uH'anc^tl as a m:\Ltr.v cf [m'olii 1 ntero.st. a tlccirion v,"il] no: l»f! liantk'd down for several wrtr<;, and r.lhor coutitv oil i- cials had attempted to fovot 1 liu 1 County Court to pay their f:i,;t- ries under the new taw, \vhich '.von'd have paid them on a jVr ba.sLs, Circuit JwU;e AI:irrns thai Lancy hncl siirnrHi time nnd Ihr.t hi.; veto As a result of the experience gained,,!a building 1 thousands upon tliouiianUs of Military tireti for the v/ar, our factory now offers you a tire designed especially to meet your POSTWAR driving needs. 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Effocte'.! will be SCIKNCI-: ST-:I;VICKS WniiTrtn's Clubhonsr 141G \V. ^liin "Sjiirit," is the subject ->f l.-ie BUN HEATH • NEEDLESS TIRE WEAR • HARD STEERING • "WANDERING AND WEAVING' • TIRE POUNDING GO TO AN EXPERT/ by the same deci.",[on .second bill vt'tocid by L,ruicy which \vculd have rciinvod much of the arbitrary pnv.cv of the Kn venue Coinnussioncr over th(? i.ssuancR and rcvucaticin of iiq- \ior jjermits in Arknnsas. Read Courier News Want ion-Sermon which will l;p ro;ni oil Churches anct Snrit 1 * 'u ^ c?t Lh« Church of Christ, .Soi-nti t, Sunday. GOOD JOB! Work Thatl! Please Him I'lcasn your husband hy sending liis suits (o us. We do expert workmanship af inodci-alo prices. Wo kcop your man ;it his host! Blytheville Steom Laundry-Cleaners Phone 418 Save on the ivliulp family's shne costs through the year—hy ticcil- illi! them in gutill repair wilh oirr fine H(irl:n]:iiishi|> jmd fouj,'! quiillly materials. Wliile-yuu- wiiit heel and lip re|il:ici>nit'ii and shines. HALTER'S Quality Shoo Shop For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm Wiring • House Wiring • Motor Repairs 9 Appliance installation r><)0 N. Kifih f;t. Itl.vlluville, Ark. Good Used Furniture Is Found at JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 3f3 e. Main ie 2487 Pride & Usrey GEHERAL CONTRACTORS Excuvcrtions and Backfills Phone 517 Highway 18 West at Pride Addition OUR MODERN STEERING AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT SERVICE IS BEST FOR YOUR CAR REGARDLESS OF MAKE FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aqueila Water Proofing Point 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS '^'piain or reinforc'jd Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone G'JI If blue Monday plagues you on Sunday, call 474-475 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS Day Phone 3371 Night Phone 2527 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances 117 So. Secmul Rl. Wytlicville, Ark. Ksliir.itlcs Gladlv Given PIMM828 SUPPLY , 419 West Main Street Auto & HOME 'JL SHELTON MOTOR CO. Phone 43R 119 West Ash SU It's New, f Ever Better! 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