The Mercury from Pottstown, Pennsylvania on June 3, 1949 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT Phone 2263 POTTSTOWN MERCURY. POTTSTOUN, PA. C(C Given Okay ' BÜCKMASTEB - ! Faci"gNewUfe DOUGLASS BOARD For (rop Storage ATOMIC PROBE WASHINGTON, June 2 Con- Kreii« today ptwed a compromise bill to provide critically needed storage facilities l^r the nation’s bumper %heat crop. The compromise, which broke a long deadlock, was approved by both Senate and House and sent on to President Truman for his signature. The legislation gives the Commodity Credit corporation power to pr<^ide storage facilities on crops— especially grain—on which the CCC makes loans to maintain crop price nupportJi. Orain must be in storage Vo qualify for government loan. The action came aii a storage crisis wais reported developing In the soiithw'est. Earlier, the Agriculture department had asked the Maritime commission for some laid-up liberty ships to use as emergency storage bins. Coincidentally, Secretary Brannan announced the Agriculture department had started work on control measures designed to cut the 1950 wheat crop as much as 25 percent under this year's yield—likely to be of near-record proportions. HISS TRIAL - (Continued From Page One) what secret* Hiss allegedly passed on to him. “They bore on munitions but I cannot be more explicit,” he told federal Judge Samuel H. Kaufman and a jury of 10 men and two women. Chambers said he photo- fraphed document« Hi«« fave him and gave the pictures to J. Peters, whom he called the prewar head of the Soviet underground in the I'nited State«. Hivss, brilliant former State department ofTlcial, i« on trial on a Charge of perjury. The government claims he lied when he told a grand jury here the past December that he never turned State department secrets over to Chambers, He also 1« charged with lying when he «aid he had not seen Chambers since Jan. 1, 1937. Hiss, 44, a diplomat of stature !n the Roosevelt administration, faces a possible prison sentence ■nd fine if convicted. He has denied th« charges repeatedly and termed Chambers a liar. (Continu'd From Onf) ma.ster." (Brother is the customary term used in referring to any fellow member.) He asked Buckmaster, whom he termed a “distinguished visitor,” to "extend greetings” to the council. E>elegates heard Buckmaster quietly and gave him a brief round of applause at his close. Buckmaster declared. “We don't dare let the union fall into the hands of unscrupulous people.” The three-day council session Is ; a semi-annual meeting. States rep- i resented are: Oklahoma, Kansas. Nebraska, Mi.ssouri, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois, j By a vote of 7-5. with one member I ab.staining, the union’s executive i board ousted Buckmaster at Philadelphia on May 24, The board sus- I tained charges of Robert Garber, president of the Pott^town, Pa., local i of the union, who had accused Buck, master of malfeasance in office. ! * ♦ ♦ BUCKMASTER. REGARDED as a leader of the union's right wing , faction, said at that lime he was ' "unfairly removed.” He said he would seek re-election at the union's international convention in Toronto this Pall. Buckmaster became president of I t-he union #;n 1945 and hia tenttre- had been marked by an absence of i major strikes in the rubber industry. Delegates to the Toronto convention will be elected by the local unions but union members here said they believed Bucki master hoped to win enough 1 friends at the Des Moines meet- 1 ing to swing the national conj ventlon balance of ' ower In hi« j favor. i Support of tile midwestern area, j which has about 23,000 URW mem- i bers, was regarded as vital if Buckmaster is to win return to office. - ■ i (Continued From Page One) charges vehemently. The charges were repeated by Mrs. Mary Schott and Harry Rhoads. I Ì - €SC « Ì imtm -4 iD i .... Seated atop a crate at the International Refugee organization camp in Grugliasco, Italy, a five- -^f«ar-old orphan—thouyhtfi*4ty- considers the strange new world into which he is about to be sent. He is one of five, similarly aged, beinjf taken to New Zealand in the first mass I.R.O. resettlement movement to that distant country. A LESS TURBULENT intra­ faculty quarrel was left untouched. Mrs. Esther Stauffer, principal at Colebrookdale, had told the complaint session of friction between her and Mrs. Trethewey. Warren Fr^ln, board president, said, ‘they’re still angry at each other.” But other board members were opposed to beginning a general exchange of teachers between buildings. The board also received formal notification from the State Tax Equaliz^ation board that the township’s assessed value. $652.600, was only 26.47 percent of the market value of township real estate, $2,465.395. a lower percentage than the county-wide one. Directors decided to ask the opinion of George B. Balmer, board solicitor, on the entire que^stlon of assessments. Two sets of encyclopedias purchased by the board for apiece. One will be put in school. The board voted to begin closure proceedings against Harry B. Weir. Philadelphia, who, the board said, is $300 in arrears xes on tWo farms; (Continued From PiRe One) to the FBI until seven weeks later. Mc.>Iahon .said three boxes were dug up before the bottle— which originally held more than an ounce of U-235 — wa* discovered. The AEC has reported that seven-eighths of the lost uranium has been found in a laborious combing over of waste material, but has never explained how it got out of the bottle into the waste. # # « McMAHON SAID men wearing gas masks, armed with geiger j counters and decontamination de» vices, opened the buried boxes under the supervision of FBI agents. "The facts seem to indicate that what happened was the contents of the bottle containing the enriched U-235 was dumped by mistake into a can of unenriched material.” McMahon .said. ‘‘I am hopeful that the one-eighth of an ounce finally will be accounted for when the final checks and analyses are received.” FIRESTONE were $107 each fore- ^ ........................ liBUiOVA If picked up. horned toads may puff themselves out, or deflate them.selves. CONtRACT APPROVED LOS ANGELES, June 2 Flashing the Barrymore smile, and displaying t fair facsimile of the Barrymore profile, John Barrymore Jr, got court approval today of his first movie contract. After Delaware Park Dine at the MANSION HOUSE HOTEL WKST CHESTER, PA. Dinnar to 8:30 p. m.f after that try our st««k platter or a la carte serTtc«. 1000-Pound Circus Tiger Loses Fight Witli Lion NEW BEDFORD, Mass., June 2 (/F>—The lion is still king. When the Biller Brothers circus moved on to its next stop today it left behind the remains of a 1000- pound tiger. The tiger was killed last night in ^a savage battle with a lion. Leatherette and Plastic SEAT COVERINGS Remnant Length» $1.49 to $4.50 Valufii THE MUSICAL BAR 8T0WE SPECIAL SAT.^June 4, ^49 PORK, SAUER KRAUT and MASHED POTATOES $ 1.00 Starting 12 Noon All You Can Eat 75 Yard Pebble Grains^ Imitation Leathers. Variety of Colors. THE BOYS’ Linoleum Store 429 HIGH ST. Phone 133 LUMBER FREE ESTIMATES • FREE DELIVERY mERRITTS ij)th '^ofe %ip'itatily When treating friends after golf or at home^ the choice of the wise host... the thoughtful host^ is PRIOR Beer. Because hospitality reigns wherever this Liquid Luxury is served. B/tiWBD IN AMBRtCA TO fiiPLACE EUROPEAN BEERS ÜÓCUiáÜ 2^04À AOAM S€MII»T IIIWtN« CO^ HMtlmw«. »•. your dealer hag Prior Beer on draft, in 7 & 12 az. regular and 12 oz no-deposit, bottle h and 12 oz. cans S. PAUL SEEDERS, 264 King Street TELEPHONE: 221 JUST FOLKS A Tf-ry bad situation! as bad a situation a« working with inferior paint and waUpaper. Well, Folks, you will never purchase Inferior paints or wallpaper from the MODERN PAINT AND SUPPLY Ci>MPANY, for quality If a “must” with them. Quality comes before profit. You ran buy with confidence at the MODERN PAINT AND SI PPLY COMPANY, for you know they sell only guaranteed merchaad 1 tt..K efe p lxoma4<»- notch condition with nationally known paints and wallpaper from the MODERN PtlNI & SUPPLY (0. 137 High St. ehon* tSSl AMERICA'S 6REATEST WATCH VALUE ! »UCE ■’A-’...Horid>oiM «•W ttyl*. 15 ¡«Wil mov*«Minf. BUY ON easy terms CHARLES LONGACRE Jeweler Officiti Rtadint Railraiid Witeh Inipetitr n N. HANOVER ST. M m bidMdM Ptd«roi T< m (Continued From Page One) ! 3 p. m. shift but then removed I for the following shifts yesterday. Employe* of th« 3-11 shift worked a few hours, he said, and then »at dow». When the 11-7 group came on they sat down too, the source added. Besides knocking ou tijue production, the sit-down affected white sidewall tire building. The white part of those tire.«; Is made in the tube room, he said. OfTicers of Local 336, United Rubberworkers, the Firestone local, could not be reached for comment. It was understood that the sit-down was unauthorized by the local. ilia iiiietiV te««* «A lieaWtt* \ost • It is hopeless, alas, to seek health in the classiiied columns. It is a treasure far too precious to be bartered. If you have health, cling to it above all other posses- lions; if it has escaped you, seek now to regain it. Turn at once to a physiciao in whom you have confidence; then give him your fullest cooperation. And we hope, of course, that yt'U will bring your physician’s prescriptions to this Professional Pharmacy for conscientious compounding. CANNING'S DRUG STORE HIGH and WASHINGTON STS. • • • • Electric Food Mixers MIXMASTER, HAMILTON BEACH, DOREMYER, K.M. «34.95 & Up — »1 Down, »1 Weekly KUSER BROS. Radio — Television — Electrical Appliance» SALES and SERVICE 112 E. Phila. Ave., Boyertowiip Pa. Phon« 7-2487 - For Quarant««d 8«rvic« ACCESSORIES Includine Noodfos • Cabinets • Albums Rtcord Racks # Blank Raeords SPECIAL! FTíEEl FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY! ONE PACK OF 25c NEEDLES With Purchase Of TWO OR MORE RECORDS POPULAR RECORDS ‘•Rider> in Ihe Sky" “Single Saddle" Vaughn Monroe (Vi. 20-3111) “Some Enchanted Evening" "Ban Hal” Perry Como (VI, 2O-3402) “Babv, If» (old Outside" “My One and Only Highland FlmK*' Dinah Shore and Budrtv Clark (Col. 3«463) “ForeTer and Ever" “I Don’t Sep Me in Your Eyes Anymore" Ferry Como (Vi. lO-SSit) “How It ties, How It Liei, How It Lie«" “You Told a Lie" Connie Haines (Coral (MH)44) “Carele«* Hands" “Powder Your Fare with Sunshine" Sammy Kay* (Vi. 20-3321) “Need You" “A" You’re Adorable" Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae (Cap. 15393) **The Beautiful Blonde From Bashful Bend" “Every Time I Meet You" Art Lund (M(iM 10419) “Red Rose* For a Blue Lady” “The Melanrholy Minstrel" Vaughn Monroe (Vi. 20>3319) “Maybe It's Because" “Hang on The Bell, XelHe" Connie Hainet (Coral 60010) “Whispering Waters" “Baby, It’* Cold Outside" Sammy Kaye (Vi. 20-3448) “tabaret" “Darling You Make It So" Do Ray and Me (Comm. 7550) “I Didn’t Know The (Jun Was Loaded" “Let The Good Things Happen” Oottie Dillard and Owen Bradley (Se. 2503J “Room Full of Roses'* “If* Summertime Vgain" Sammy Kaye (Vi, 20-3441) “So In Love" “Always True to You in Mv Fashion’* Dinah Shore (Col. 38399) ‘•Baby, It’s Cold Outside" “I Never Heard You Say" Margaret Whitin« and .lohnny Mercer (Cap. 57-667) “Bali Hai" “Some Enchanted Evening" f rank Sinatra (Col. 38446) “Wrapped I’p in a Dream’* “The Wise t)ld Man" Do Ray and Me (Comm. 7S05) “lireamy tUd New England Moon'* “Ciigolette" Vaughn Monroe (Vi. 20-3423) “Take Me Out to The Ball Game" “Vei, Indeedy" Gene Kelly and Bettv Garret (MGM 30193) POLKA RECORDS “Beer, Beer’* “Windy City* Ray Henry (Dana 568) “W'oodpecker Polka" “Annie Did It Wrong" Harmony Bells Orch. (Dana 2035) “Where Were You. Johnny” “.Not Far From The Lake'* Frank Wojnarowski (Dana S93) “The Moon Is Shining" “HupaJ, SiupaJ Polka" Frank Wojnarowski (Dana 592) “Miala Baba Koguta Polka” “Krakowlak" Frank Wojnarowski (Dana 574) “Last Night. Polka” “Red. Red, Red" * Frank Wojnarowski (Dana 551) 253 HIGH ST. PHONE 1711 FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 3. 1949 When Freshness Counts ...Count on A&P! Customers’ Corner €7 How do you like tho meat department in your A&P »lore? Do you like the quality of our meats . . . We buy cinly lop grades, you know. Do you like the way we trim meat? Al! our meat men are «killed and trained to re- more exce»s fat and*bone before weighing. Do you like the serY ice you get... is it prompt, courteous and efficient as it should be? You can help us make your A&P store a better place to shop by telling us anything about your meal department that you don't like or that you think can be improved. Please write: Custom«r Rtlotions Dtparfm«i}t, A&P Food Stores, . 420 Lexington Avenue, New York 17, N.Y. / Quick Frozen Foods BIRDSIYI Cauliflowtr *** 33e BiRDSlYI ___ Pea» 2 49c SNOW ClOf Broccoli Cuts 28c SNOW CHOP CHOfMO 01 IIAF Spinach 2Sc SNOW CROf Orang« J m I ci 2 ****** 53c SUNSWEtr (}-lb pkg 39<l Prunes 20c IVAI*0*ATIO Mixed Fru« 37c U. S. No. 1 ‘‘A ” Size Washed California or Sentii Carotfna NEW POTATOES 5 30 ¿ NEW POTATOES 10 59« us N., 1 JQ Carolino FRESH PINEAPPLES BING CHERRIES ICEBERG LETTUCE •ach CALIFORNIA LAICI 19c 39c CILLOPHANE WRAPWO Smoked PICNICS 4 TO I POUNDS LB 43 NONI PRICID HISHER BONELESS CROSSCUT BEEF '‘73c BONELESS VEAL ROAST '^69c FRESHLY GROUND BEEF M3o Freshly Killed •ROIIERS OR FRYERS 2V4 to V/i POUNDS lb 39* NONI PRiCID HIGHER BROADCAST Sliced Bacon SKINLESS Frankfurte FRESH RLLIT OF Flounder LARGE SEA Scallops ib pk« Pt»f 47c 49c 49« FRUIT COCKTAIL BARTLETT PEARS ASPARAGUS ASPARAGUS CANNED TOMATOES LEMON JUICE SWEET PEAS SULTANA R«<iw(»d Pri«« AAI» Rvduc»^ PrI«« IITTIR'S 1949 NiW PACK All GRiEN CUT SPEARS OIIRHIID NIW PACK ALL GREEN CUT TREESWEfT IIBBY'S ROSE-DAll Cake-of4he'Month Jane Parker's New Taste Treat Peanut Creme Jelly LAYER CAKE Thr*« large layert ^lied with jally and froited with Peanut Creme Icing, LEMON-LIME LAYER CAKE lemon cocoanut ICING 59 each ANGEL FOOD BAR WHEATIES ANN PAGE BEANS LANG'S PICKLES WOODBURY SOAP Ingredient 4 DOG FOOD PARO, IDEAL REO HEART OR OAÌM Armour’s Corned Beef HASH 16-01 can 31 Sunnyfield Fancy Creamery BUTTER */4-lb Print« lb 67' Mb Solidi 65' FRESH EGGS FRESH EGGS MEL-O-BIT BEST PURE LARD DEXO fUNNYMOOK largì WHITI LEGHORN WIIDMERE largì kROWN « WHITI d*ttn In dated certoM deien in doted corioA WHITE OR COLORED AMERICAN CHIESI PURI HYDROGINATIO vigetable shortening l-lb tan 75c 71c 85c 16c 29c 81c l-lb t«of 1-lb l^tflt 367 HIGH ST. POTTSTOWN 363 Main St., ROYERSFORD This Marker Does Not Handle Fresh Fl*.h or Meats

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