The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 2, 1947
Page 10
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(ARK.V COURIER Taft Again Raps Truman Policies %'- -' '' ~ *• • TotalitarianEconomy Scot** 1 by Republican in Idaho THURSDAY," OCTOBER I 194T How America Butters Its Bread .. oil: i <w - TJ» adanlniatratiori Is mnlnc toward «'tftt«llt»rUn ertnMnj with •tore tuat, : mor«- spending, and more Mrajtula'tion. Stn. Robert A Taft *•.. O.. charged today. • The »eyernm»nt to. Ignoring iln protssttnj.T<8fe««.pf "Alcka.from the it'iila,". Taft teM 'ah audience o' 1,4*0 V mo«tly.\ Republican ' Par:: nieribm—In th* Boist High School auditorium. - .; • • Tuft «ti'Mck out agalnit th« Democratic .Party .»od tht «dminii>tra- tion ln,th«..Qp.ncliyiii)| his spt»cfi-m«kini5 tour through the TTtstam itates to guagf his chance,•; /or tht-GOf -fcrttidititl*!-nomina- tion. ' nt ' touched . pn foiclgn policy, hi(h prlcw. A*pubUcan accomplishment. th«. T»ft-Hart|«y ' Bill anil aid to Europe. Mo«t of hbi ap«ch vaK'^an ' amplification of previous address** '1" California, Oregon and Washlnjloh. •_• Today Taft and his party of ad- riierv and. n*jram«h headed ttst- i-ard alter brief (tops at Cheyenne and Ciiptr, Wyo., for D«s Moines and Chicago. '• ..• ' ; ,' f»ft expressed belief that ".some ingenious, p*r«*n." In the government could 'find 'sufficient money for ito0*$ap aid te Europe without 'calling'>t aptcial session of Congress ho*v':,'". ". . • He sutsested ert\ergencj funds could be ooWlried .from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Com- meditj- Cr:;Mt .Corporation and oth- FBI Chief and Attorney General Taken for a Ride, So to Speak The chart shows the 1017 trends in production »nd average retail price of buller and margarine. August and September, figures ire estimates. Note how the butter price curve is almost identical with the curve for margarine production—as butter Increases In coal, the demand for margarine increnses, with corresponding decrease in demand for butter. Figures (rom Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and Margarine Institute. WASHINGTON. Oct. a. (UP)— The principal speaker at the FBI police training school banquet was Introduced nv Gtn. Feodor Panlelf, Commissar-General of Soviet Public Security. He was greeted uith polite applause from the 1,000 guests, among them «ome of the nation'* top police experts. The general, a slocky, mustachioed man in the uniform of the Russian, army. boR'cd neremontou.s- 'y. and starter! off by apologizing for his faulty English. Then he began comparing U. S. police methods with those used in the USSR. Hf scoffed at what he called the "tld glove" tactics nf the FBI In this country. The rubber hoae, he said, is far more effective. * Murmurs of surprise floated through the Mayfloi'er Hotel ball- I room". i G*n: Panieff continued hw riR- | nuncla'tlon of I he American police i system, growing more caustic with ; each charge. i (Somebody in Die back of the hall hissed. , The general appeared not In notice II. He went right on, saying he was continually amazed by tlie "easy going" methods o) the FBI, But. he added, it made the task ol Infiltration Into the U. S. police system that much easier. The hissing grew louder. At the head table. FBI Chief .1. Edgar Hoover and Attorney Genera] Tom C. Clark exchanged worried glances. Fmall.v, a man a'. Hie head table stood up belligerently. "I think the speaker is going be- 3 - ond the bounds of courtesy." he shouted. "I don't fell that he ha* any rlglil. lo act like Vishlnsky. Gen. Panieff started to reply. Bui I before he had said five words. Hie man at the head table doused him with water. Then hr splattered lemon meringue pie In the general's (ace. ! Realizing I hey had been lakcn In thai, II, wns all a Joke the spectators roared with Rlee. I The belligerent man at the h. I table turned mil. tn be Ole Olscn | Rickey Faces Breach i Of Contract Lawsuit NEW YORK Oct. 2, <UP) —General Manager Branch Rickey of the ' Brooklyn Dodcers veslcrrlav faced a H5.427.4S law suit'in which » Negro baseball team's promoter charges breach of contract, The promoter. Joseph Hall of Harrlsburg. Pa., complained In Fed- einl Court that, Rickey proposed that. Hall's HIlldRlr -club in the United Stales Baseball League switch its franchise lo. Ebbe,ls Field In Brooklyn. The Idea. Hall said; w»s lo test, public sentiment to Nearoei in baseball. This was before, of course, nlckey signed Jackie! Robinson nji Die first Negro in 'or- sanizcd baseball. Hall charged today that he fulfilled his end of the bargain, bui that Rickey backed out. cr executive a:cnciTK without mil- Greenland. In spite, of II* filing A special sc^oion o[ Congrc.v>. mote, Is the home of more-than 400 at least before Dec. 1. species of flowering plants. FARM (J| LOANS Home Office, Newark, N. J. TERM PROMPT CLOSING LOW HATE <;AJ.L, WRITE OR SKF. RAY WORTH1NGTON IIS S. Third SI., Bl-tHevillp, Ark. Ser»ln« Thl« R--- « "• v*nr« Aulhnrltrit Mortgnt* l.non Solicitor Iryr THE PRUDENTIAL Irt.SUKANCF, COM CAN V (IT AMERICA FBI Chief Hoover looked at At- i^""'* 1 .^ 1 .';' 1 "' \ er f ^J hd ornoy Gcnrrnl Clark. Clark looked ! da - v in Llulc ^x* for Mr I Hoovfi. Their faces were as rod I A. Young, wire or a Puloski County .s 1-lie. epaulets on the "general's" ; cotton plantation owner. Mrs. Young uniform. I died yesterday following a long Ul- Read Courier News Want Ads. In adriilion to operating Die large plantation Southeast 6f Little Reck. Mr. Younfc wa» for wveril < '.yetn prMldcnt of J^it Pulaati County IUJ Cross Chapter. ' " • " . Only five vice president of the United Slates ever were elected to •ecorid ternu: John Ad»mj,- Daniel Thort)pltln«. eOorg'* Clinton, John ic'alhoun. and Thomas M*r«hall. SALUTE TO BLYTHEVULE... KING COTTON'S ROYAL HOST! ...Ami to all contenders in the Eighth Hational Cotton Picking Contest LONG LIVE KING COTTON! And to all who are helping spread his fame by sponsoring and taking part in the 8th National Cotton Picking Contest, congratulations! We of the Frisco have been serving your host city for a long, long time . . . serving as a connecting link for folks and freight between East and West, North and South. And we honor King Cotton with the satne sincerity as the folks around here who plant and raise it. We move it! . . . From gin to compress to mill, the 5,000 mile Frisco gets it there promptly and dependably , . » in nine states, and overseas. « Now, for the 8th time, the eyes of all America are turned to Blytheville, at the heart of King Cotton's vast domain, while it plays host to some of the finest cotton pickers in the country. Regardless of who wins, everybody gains in an event like this . ., Because it calls the attention of millions to a commodity so important to the comfort and welfare of so many, it is rightfully called King . , . LONG MAY HE REIGN! FRISCO W. S. JOHNSTON, General Ag.nt, Blyth.vlll., Ark. — Fhono: 2383 ualif y Jewelry FROM PAT O'BRYANT n '89" iamond t>nd°l '•<• *"*• tilully w .1' WotV eny» ""9 "' *«'»• r^' C! ^! E .r^,, F.'k» O'BRYANT JEWELER sin at Second Sts.

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