The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 21, 1947 · Page 2
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m,YTIIEVIU,E -(ARK,) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1947 Arabs Launch Freedom'Drive Always Needling Wft*** Goods Sold, Bombed r JERUSALEM Aug 21 (UP)—A thfp In the East Hotel of Jerusalem *rns wrecked loday by an explosion i) police doscubed as Uic fust *lowvb\ a nt» Arab underground Jnoyement cilled Hurrieh," Arabic •for freedom *>' The/blasted shop was-puliied. The : frest'bf the building was not dam- ag.'yl. '9nd there were no. casualties I « The bombing, as described by ]x>- iice. was the first time Arabs had Jesorted to that form of violence ilnce th'elr revolt of 1930-39. - The shop was 'operated by nn Arab'snld to have dealt In Jowlsli- l>cod,uced building materials nntl paints, lite Ilnrriel) underground movement wa.s reported concerned exclusively with the Arab boycott of Jewish-produced goods. The explosion in the East Hotel, near the King David; Hotel which [houses some British government offices, touched off. the alarm sirens and sent military vehicles racing! through the streets. .' Another explosion wixs reported In | the area of the' Socony-Vncuuin Oil i Company's works in Haifa. Officials] reported the daihnge slight, and nil i casualties. ' . ' A military truck was blown up hy a mine on the outskirts of Nath- anya. One soldier was injured -so- ! liously. The apparatus by which! the mine was detonated electrically j was found 40 yards off the road. Gen. Sir Alan Cunningham, the British hi3h commissioner, suspended the leading Arab newspaper in Palestine, the Addifna, for disregarding censorship regulations., Tlie British army ordered nn investigation of gunfire in Jerusalem last night, apparently touched oft' when shots were fired at guards outside police headquarters. The announcement that the President Warfield refugees might Ijc sent to Germany prompted military police precautions without precedent except when the Hagann imdcrgroujict openly defied the British administration more limn a r eav ago. * Army and police forces feared he Jewish community would react violently when the word of the British decision circulated. * Many Win 4 H Awards In Pemiscot CARUTHEnSVIU,L', Mo., Aug. 21. — The oflice of Calmly Agent M, D. Ainburgcy today released the list, of prize winners in tlic annual 4-H Club Achievement Day held | last week end in *'-""-•'' »•'•-»• ' School Gym. Those wlnnln cla Bond. 1'ascola Club —, Patsy Ruth Hill- In, Ellen Cottrcll. Uinggmlocla Club — Rcba Watkins, Catherine Sue Watklns. Eleanor Jirll. rave liingenlieimer, Matlie I ou May, Mary Evelyn Hicks. Nora u Dudley, I.averu Piillam. Fliiu I/ik« clul) — Betty Arnold. Laverne Hrcck, Billy Arnold. Cliiipel Club — Phyliss Holt, Gra- cllc IMgmon, Patrk-in Whltfielil. •lEEinclte Hicks, Mary Ann Medliu. 1'cggy Grosser, Marjoric Plgmon. TT -, - | Deerlng Club — Cynthia Jnne Holland High MI N S| E | olsc K phlin. I Holland Club — Patricia Utley, ribbons were: j Claudellc Colinon, Lawrence Moser. — liluc 1 l(i:,;xms Olll club — Peggy mil, Hcrdyne Marlhii cuhoun, Shirley Whllniow- cr, Judy Cohoon, Martha Jane „_ -,, ,. - •—'.- —'•— Smith, lionnic Taylor, Da'-bani Henry, lic-tty Jane Olll. | ,, ane • swimm ., Cnl / Avis , „„„„,,. Mnplcvlew O'tub -— DoiU; Bond.! .Smith, .11. Olorln Ann Owen, Flora Bond, Mar- I Ingram Ilidge Clui) — Jumes Johnson. <"monstr;aiunfc _ Blue Klbbous Pascola — Billy Maloney. Bragg city — Robert, Cottrell Route I. Chap el —Jeanettc Hicks, Dorh Alhousen. Braggadocla — Evelyn Miller, Faye BJiigenhelmer. Kxhlblts _ Red BJMxm* Maplevicw — Doric .Bond, Mnr- cla Bond, Mildred Rlggs. Gill -^ Ella Vaughn, Bonnie Jean McCullough. Chupel — Peggy Manley, Dorothy. Jordan, Lavada Ann Dunavant, Peggy Grosser. Hi-aggadoclo — Rcba Watkins, Shirley while, Evelyn Miller, Martha I-oii May. Pascola — Doris McPherson. Holland — Martha Cohoon, Virginia Taylor, Bobby Smith, Ellis • fan-Is. Patricia Utley, Violet. James. Flag Lake — A. ;. ^roo:;-. Laverne Brock. Deerlng — Eula Richardson. li*inoiiiilr:ak)!is — Ke4 Klbbons Holland — Patty Berry. Alice Jones. Lawrence Moser. Jane Liitle. Judy Cohoon, Peggy Gill. Flag Lake — Hetty Arnold. 1.1- vern Brock. White Klhlion Winjicrs ! Flag Lake — Billy Arnold, A. .1.1 Brock.. • 'I Holland — James Pritchard, •'=a- : rah King. Alice Marie Faris, Char- 1 les Cohoon, Tabby Bell. Shirley: Heathcock, Barbara swindle, Norma Juan Smith, Bonnie Taylor, Judy Cohcon, l>oris Harris. ingrnm nidge — Dclorcs Jolin-' son, Wllma Johnson. . Chapel — J«annUe Jlicks. Lorellc! Cro.s.ser, Patricia whit/ieici, Grnclle, Pigmon, Doris Alhousen. Lava'rta' Dunavant, Pascola — Doris McPherson, Co- lecn Cottrell, June Jones. Braggadocio — Lavcrn Pujlam, Gill — Gloria Norton, RuUy Col- Ijcrt. More Pra«lico Needed? 'Hie United States is the greatest coffee-drinking nation on earth, but tests show that 40 |)«r c«nl of nil housewives make poor coifee. Steel OU Barrel Racks Any 8tae T.LMABRY S MIS8ODKI ST. HI. se 13! L'entcr Alex Wo]ciechov/ic/. is always needling-—on the field mil knittiiu' between practice sessions witli the Philadelphia Eagles at the professionals' Snrauac Lake, N.Y., training en nip. ltp«tl<! Fi'lls Trret- 'I'ln 1 perandra. a So\illi American Ijeetlc. fells trees with !t,s mnndl- blt'fi. so that it may lay ll.s eisfjs in liie wood when decay KCLs in. TOO Lota to Classify For Salt ,., HOUSE TRAILER. Pprnin- nent b*d,,l)uv\ne rniige. sleeps four A real home". Soils reasonable. Seo Everett Mnttils. South Highway 01 TRADING POST SALES. BlytlievLllo. Chevrolet pick-up h»{], romnlctp ^-'rtt fendera and bumper. Slielton Atoior Co. . 8>21-CK-'.!4 Clean Reconditioned USED CARS Await Your Selection at SH ELTON Motor Company 119 W. Ash Phone 438 JMONARCH niaahlnc. Phone 3'tlS, 21-pk-SS i flue 3 year old sulrlted, galted ^ flle-Iiorsf. Or wlil tmtie Tor rn (•ciutc horse. Call 3415. S-il-p^ 'JO ficrcs near Pn ra^oulcl. flood «'C r-lectrlcity. 8 room dwelling. La barn. J. C. ^Chapln, Manila. / ;"..' ' ,-.^ kr < 2J.-I1V id to 1 Rent ^etcran and -wtTe desire small IUHIS? near BIythcvUle durinK cotton jilck- 11 K ^ pfirr-n writ e t>o.\ : Courier -ijews. 8'21-pi;-24 ROLLS! Here's _ , MODERN rt BAKING/ YOU GIT MORE FOR LESS WHEN YOU SHOP WITH Pure Preserve STRAWBERRIES 16 oz. Jar .Golden Harvest oz. can Pure Whifc Wonder, Toystee or Hart's I Extro Sid. i No. 2 Con TOMATOES -. 2'° aves 25c v m at m ^ • I 69 SYRUP iViiruclc finds Discoverv DREFT Huasc's Picnic OLIVES Pints n»/. G7c—Qls. Do/- 7(>c FRUIT JARS OC' . . . . ran fcw M « ., ,,, r 25 ; i.in Gal. Doz. I with amazing new O r m i i i i i i i or you carefully measured m one hanay your.ianuly wiH shout for more. Large or Small GREEN PEAS 3 No. 2 Can: i PLENTY OF ALL BRANDS | PACKAGE BEER • Edelweiss Cose $1.49 • Alpen Brou Cose $2.99 i Cook's Cose $3.09 i Budweiser Cose $3.60: i Griesedieck . Cose $2.99' wwr ..$ Wilson Dairy Pasteurized MSLK Qt. 17C the convenience of new ICH"* MIX Arkansas Elberta PEACHES 3 Ibs. 25c Bu. California — 5 Lb. Bag ORANGES ---- 39c Thompson Seedless GRAPES- - - lb.12k Large Stalk Michigan CELERY lOc U.S. No. 1 Red Triumph POTATOES - 10lbs.49c Lgc. Sno-Whitc Heads CAULIFLOWER - - 29c Calif. Sunkist LEMONS Large Bunch CARROTS Large Heads LETTUCE lb.19c 3 for 25c - 15c 23, li>47 Cf*m< p«pp«r >/j cupJiot JVi Milk 2 chopped, hard- ] /i cuppirLTt-r*lI»h- Soften gelatin in cold -water. Meat to boiling mixture of tomato juice, vinegar, sugar, *A .teasp. salt, onion and pcpp*r. Take out 1 ; taMesp, softened gelatin; keep at room temperature. Siir-r«maining gelatin into hot tomato mixture. Chill until syrupy. I lime a I'/j-pint loaf pan witJi cold water. Pour chtlled lotnato mixture into pan. Continue chilling until firm. Stir hot milk into remaining gelatin. Add eggs, pickle relisli, remaining ] /i teesp, salt and jhe piusiard. Put at once on top of firm tomato layer. Chill mini firm. Unmold and garnish, if desired, with hard-cooked egg, slices and spinach Icaves^or other salad greens. Serves 4. ^Chopped dill or sour pickte can also be used. Vou WAI Nefd: PetMHk 13c Kn«x Gelatin ..... . 18c Tomato Juice IGc T'ickle Relish lOc All Brands OLEO Lb. 39c Pork Sausage Pork Chops Pork Chops Pork Shoulder FRYERS FAT BACK Ballard Biscuits Fresh Country Center Cut End Cut N Leon Roast Fresh Drawn For Boiling Ib. 49C ib 69c ib. 59c ib. 59c ib 72c ib. 22c can 13c Liberty Cash Grocery Low Prices Everyday • jfi'J. j'i , f _*f*~?&_f .*+_ _'.

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