The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1947 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 11, 1947
Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHKVJLLE (AUK.) COUUIKll NEWS THURSDAY, SUPTtfMHEK 11, J!M7 Britain Bolsters Export Program Men on Luxury Jobs Must Begin Work in Essential industries By HOMER JEXKS (United Tress Staff Correspondent) LONDON, Sept. 11. <UI'I — A lilfh government source reported yesterday that the British BOV- crnmciu will order thousands of workers to quit their luxury trade jobs and work in essential' industries to bolster the critical export program. Tlie •Informant said (hat the plan Sir Stafford Cripps will announce Friday for boosting exports to 160 per cent of tlielr 1938 level next year envisages a degree of labor direction hitherto unknown in peacetime Britain. He emphasized that it will not be full scale compulsory direction of labor. Thousands of men working for football pools and other Rain'jling enterprises will be ordered into jobs that will help the rr.-tion through its economic crisis, the source said bpanish Custom ^Vvi k-;:.,V>1 D.,^^:^. A~~',~ \GasolincandOilPricc KUSSIO Again \ Increases Under Scrutiny jPoi#V/C Aff\m WASHING-JON, Sent. 11. <UP>- fxt / t ^*" J *"»*«•" House Democratic Whip John w. f .& I Dl ' Ml ' c;iirlllllck ttxlny nskcd a congi'os- f OrJl rOl rlCin^i xi'M\:\\ committee to determine whe- %*vxii<.iw< > •MII-' (h(i] . ,. tT( , m (|l , so | ine all(1 oll !„.,„, liicrcii.scs were juslifled or the rc- LAKE SUCCESS. N. y . Sept. 11. M |H u l jnoiiopollstic j>racllces. n'ily-sup]){)rted pluns for nil ' ll- j to ilei) ' Ot'orKf. 1 H Bi^ndei- II ^ o' ?]'iintioiKil atomic control a^en-i , , '' ., • Hoiiso nxeciiti ' ^ I'mw'mnl" 41 ^''! 'flfn '"'f'inl'! " .'f "oi'nmlV ' ! ° ""' I' 1 " 11 ''"'-'"H a UlCCtlUC Of „,,.;' .»"«"". i lhc tomniisslon, wliieh was sehc- *"• . Uiilccl lo Kive H.s finiU Rpjiroval to Soviet Dt'lrgntc Amlrci Groniyko a second |>roBress reporl requested in a <tO-iiilnulc address before Hie I ijy (he Secmily Council. Tlie Unite<l Nalion.s Alomtc HnerKy , report was xiibnillled lasl year. Coiiinilssloi) said the inajurity pl:in j -riiosf who bear lhc rcsponsi- for intcrnulional ownerslil]) ol ato- i,iu ly f or Uicsc Inacceptable pra- nik- facilities would violale the j visions have' continued lo follow sovereignty of pnniulpullnii na-; Hie old line and have alteinpied l'< ) "' s - to dran In the worst of tlie old re- Uroinyko Renewed his objections port." Groniyko siild. Argentina's 1'rcsiSent Juan I'cron, left, gives a luii; nncl a medal lo Spanish ambassador Kmilio Marios in pictui'csqno ceremony nt Buenos Ali-es. Two-State Stock Show Set TORT SMITH, Ark.. Sept. II. :UP) —Prizes totaling more than $10,1.01 svill be offered exliibitorti at tlie itimiial;; Livestock Exposilion and seeond agricultural district livestock show which opens here Sept. 15. Exhibitors are expected from '23 Arkansas ;md six Oklahoma counties. Screen Stor's Sentence IIICC SHIU. f. JJlAl_r* « ••These spivs ai:d dronp.1 npcrat- buspcndeo by tnC Court iiig borrows 01^ London olrccLs" also, will bo eliminated. The informant Sixkl lliore \vili bo degree of labor direction pliqil lo persons '11 non-essenlinl industries, some di'-cctlon of work- era within their own areas and unmarried workers .nfty be moved around a bid." . Denies Mass Sllift .it Workers He denied, ho.vevor. that the government had "any intention to move InrgR masses of workers from one area to nnothT." At the same time he disclRscd thai the government searching Ihd armed forces lo weed out excess manpower. This will not involve strategic realignment of Brit- ish'' forces aboard but will nil manpower particularly in forces based in the British Isles. While withholding the specific nrmed forces target, he said Ihe cuts "will not bring them down as far as 750.000 anrt the Rovernment ccrlainly has no intention of ro- diicing the armed forces to 500.00C as urged by some of our left-win}; critits." • -The. last, announced Boal for the armed forces wns slightly above I'.OIJO.OOO. :jt was |camed unofficially that the cabinet was CDiisirtcrmg new budget legislation to combnt in- flirfioh. A Whltchnll source said tli'e government was having difficulty gelling workers into productive jobs because surplus suend- • Ing 'money was causing a boom in luxury Irades. The government source said there was absolutely nothing in the report -that Prime Minister Clement Attlec »ill resign. He said minor cabinet changes may be annonnc- e' dson but would not involve senior posts. SANTA 'MONICA. Clll., Srpl. II. M ,. (DPI—Jiltkic Monui. the screen's p. "Huckleberry Finn," was free on ; Iwo-year'Mispenclcd senlcnce loday for issuing S1.000 in worthle:,;, checks. Tlie 25-year-old Conner ehilcl'.star pleaded Bullty to bad clieck chwws in superior court. Monin told tlie court an eastern personal appearance tour Stpt. 21 wouid help the 5-1,COC. New Numbers 4474 and 4475 But Same Reliable Service "For Work Done Right CALL NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners 220 North 2nd Street ulilureb .suiK'oiniii'.'.lec investi- t!;iting wur contracts. Mender said he 1 expected cases ln- lviiii! government oil contracts to come uj) Friday when Treasury De- pculinenl witnesses testify. Five Cities Purchase Temporary Armories LITTLE [JOCK, h'.epl. 11. (UP) — The £;MK Military IX'pHrtmeiu will open bids Saturday (or contracts lo move lumpcrsiry armories from Camp Robinson in Little Rock to five Arkansas towns. The bids were Mibmittcd under revised specifications after the department rejected us too high a total bkl ol $">0,000 a lew days ago. The :innorie:> are to he rebutl'- in Uerryville, Dentonville, OxarX, Brinkley mid Warren. a FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE fcOADS OR ANY', EXCAVATION Are You Planning to Move? We of for you this piece of equipment designed for safe transportation in Jill types of weather. Ample Furniture pails and oilier equipment lo insure «HIC handling. 24-Hour Service on Notice S.J.COHEN Contractor 1YNCH-BLDG. BlYTHEV.iUE ARK. • Phone 3646afut2525 Pre-Fqi Corn Cribs Made PINE SUTFF, Ar!:., Sept. 11. (Ul'» —Pr'oducjlfin of iire-ffl'uricated i»vt.- a6le corn cribs ha.s been slarlc;! here" by the Bea Pearson Co., UK world's largest maiiulncuircv of arcfrery equipment. The cribs, made of wire. a(uminuin tubing ami onc- Ijy-four lumber, are being shipped to corn hell-sidles. . The firjn also is considering tivi manufacture oi snow fences for Northern states. Ftir Complete Protection Against All /NSURABLE HAZARDS Phone 3545 W. J. POLLARD AGENCY Glencoe Hotel Bldg. 124 W. Ash St. Daws 0. K. Garage 120 Lilly St. Genera] Auto KepainiiK Radiator Cleaning & Repair Painting & Uody Kepair Welding, All Types All Work Guaranteed Phone 805 ABSTRACTS Of TfTLC REAL ESTATE < LOANS TERRY ABSTRACTS REALTY [0 C OXSIDKK, for ;i moment, just wlrat is -ahead \vlicn you put your name clown for one of these Buicks. There arc weeks nncl months and years of fun in the step-lively lift of the hi<« Firebnll straight-eight that purrs beneath this bonnet. There's smooth and level j*oiog wherever your paths may lead, over boulevards level as a ballroom floor or bad roads lamed by your easy-s^omg eoil springs — on all four -wheels. There's plenty of good company in u cur big enough to taUe the crowd, and to give elbow room for six on its soft, deep, three-person seats. There's long life and durability in a stout chassis and rugged underpinning huill big and brawny — there's light handling for the lady of the household and there's enough size lo satisfy frm in HtNSV;, TAYIOR, Mulool Nclwoil. MonJo/j o for what's ahead the most masterful masculinity. Flierc's fun and satisfaction and pride from the moment one's yours through many a long year; now see how the looks of (his beauty lit wiih all that. 1 lainly, no car on (he roads today yo clearly bears the mark of tomorrow in its styling. ' Plainly, no other car is so cnduringly smart in I he sleekness of its lines, (he sweep of its follow-through fenders, tl ic broad-beamed, meant-for-busincss garb this one wears so proudly. Whatever the future brings, there's no surer way to be cerium you'll be traveling in the newest of the new than to put your money on Ikiick. Do lhat — and you make sure of your future. All Hint's reijuired is a firm order placed now, with or without a car to trade. ONLY BUICK HAS ALL THESE * AtRIOIl FfNOERS * flRCBALl POWCK * SltENT ZONE BODr HOL'NT/NGS * &HOADKIM WlirttS * ACCURIT6 CYIJNDER BORING * fUTEWEIGHf f/S7ON3 * SUICOJt SPRINGING * FUtL-tENGIH rOROUE-rUBJ DRIVE * mtMi-fWM srrcuiNG * CURI-AROUND nuMPtss * SttPON PARKING BRAKE * OCtPILEX SEAT CUSHIONS * TCN SMART MOOCtS * BODY Br flSHER LANGSTON- Walnut and Broadway CO. Telephone 555 ffooii shties is a sm;in investmeiil in comfort, a|>i»cnr- iiicc kiid style—hut the musl expensive slices will soon lool shapeless an tlslntbby if not U«i* in K»»d ' repnir and frciiurnl shincd. HALTER'S Quality Shoe Shop For Electric Work ' Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm Wiring • House Wiring • Motor Repairs • Appliance Installation 500 N. Fifth ff<. Blyih«vi]]e, Ark. Plumbing For Sale tubs, Closets, I,iiv:ilories, 00" inch ;ill-mct;il Aeirl- tinK Ca'iinet Sinks with douhlc drain linard. Automatic Oil and Klcctric Water Healers. Also Septic Tanks. All Pipe & Fittings -necessary to install your complete J>athi-oom. ' Osburn's Plumbing & Heating 1920 West Main St. Phone 875 ATTENTION GINNERS Let us supply you with all your gin needs! We Feature B. F. Goodrich Belting Z13 WEST MAIN ST. PHONE 2015 FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12- 48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver I'hone 69 New soles? . . . new heeh? . . . new laces? . . , We'll do everything lliat's needed to hov» your children's shoes ready for \ HRST DAY OF SCHOOL HAIFORD'S SHOE SHOP 106 So. Second St. fORKfAL M&CVW SiMCt UWAK Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3179 Blythcvillc Ark. 112 \V»!nut St. KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 •The OM Reliable" G. OUPOETZ PROHUCTS

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