The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1946 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 3, 1946
Page 12
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FACE TWELVE Nazi Economic Policy Debated • American Insists on Observance of Potsdam Agreement BERLIN, Dec. 3— (UP)— Tllr Big Four powers were warned today that German economy cannot survive-unless the nation is tre;Vd as one economic unit us provided in the Potsdam Agreement. Brig. Gen. William H. Draper, Jr., economics chief for (he Amer- f lean military government, repcat- o<j Ills conclusion again and again in a hard-hilling "progress" report On the German occupation. The 215-rj^Sc document .sum- niHrlzed American efforts to revive a peacetime economy in Clermany. France and Russia were blamed indirectly tor their refusal to join with Britain ami the United Stales in implementing the Potsdam decisions. "Tile issue is clear." Draper said. ''If Germany Is to support herself the Potsdam . Agreement must l» made effective.' 1 "Germany—like much of Europe —is hungry. Physical deterioration from slow starvation has begun. Coal is short an ( l a second winter with little heat lies ahead," the report said. Tlie American rcpurt explained that shortages in Germany were caused not by ''reparations remov- iils, but because those industries which arc' to remain in Germany cannot yet be revived." Socialists Lead Balloting In Germany • FRANKFORT. Dec. 3 — (UP) — The Christian socialist union (Catholic) Party was established today a s the leading political group In the American Zone of Germany on the absls of complete imof- flclals returns from Sunday's elections. The christinn Socialists polled 1,592,880 votes yesterday to capture 104 seats in the Bavarian lefiisla- ture. Their overwhelming majority represented 52.2 per ccnl of the votes cast. The Communist Party polled 195.491 votes, O r G.5 percent of the total vote, and received no seats in the legislature since it failed to obtain 10 per cent of the votes in nny of the five major districts. Stinker for John L. MENA. Ark., Dec. :). (UP)—President Truman will receive the Ir.ra- est white o'possum donated for the 34th annual Polk County, Avk "Possum Club" meeting here Deo. 1 | And the smallest, worsl-smolliu BIA'TIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Operation Duck Men of the Sixth Army-pour a .shore at l.iso Cnnyi'i, Ocraiuldc, Calif., us Gpei alien Duck j<ot mulcrw.-.v The operation began at dawn on Nov. 25, with uppuxirnntely 12,000 troops involved. (NBA Tclcplio;o ,' Eliott Roosevelt Denies Accusation Of U. S. Embassy MOSCOW, Dec. 3—(Ul 1 )—Elliott Hoo.scvcll, who last week denied a Newsweek version of comments he tiade on Russian and United Stales policies, Sunday issued the following statement: "The original story a.s printed in Newsweek 1 , was completely inaccurate. The denial of the story as carried by the United Press .was also inaccurate. I have not made any accusations against the American embassy." The United press published Friday Roosevelt's version of the incident. T!>e United press Moscow correspondent reported that Roosevelt left a party given him convinced that It was "a put up job to bait mo." An excerpt from the dispatch said: •'An.sw'enng assurances tlint forc- i|)n correspondents were unaware of any :put up job' by the embassy us he complained of, Roosevelt said: "I know better. I have made n full investigation, including the length O f time the various corre- siwndents have been here, and there was none of them there (at the reception) who might have been here long enough to bait us like that. 1 a lso saw embassy officials whispering questions to ask us into the ears of women who had no business participating in the conversation anyway.'' ugliest critter will be sent ipccial delivery to United Mine Workers President John L. Lewis, (he committee lu charge announced ioday. Life Insurance Agents Hold December Mcetiny The DlyllicvUlc Association "1 Life UndcnvnU'rs held its numtU- ly meeting Saturday noon in the Holel Noble. W. o. Guerln discussed local Association by-laws Ihut were recently approved by the National Association of Life underwriters. Plans were made for a ladles night at the Jan. 25th meeting. J. J. Roberts, of the Latnar l.ifn Insurance Co. in O.sccola, attended the meeting as a ncu 1 member, :iml M. II. Varbrotigh. supervisor of Field Training Instructors of Memphis, was a visitor. The Association plans to give each hiyh .school library in Mississippi and Pemlscott Counties a TIME CALLED! <;hrishn:is ilt-livcrirs for VliXH- T1AN ULINIIS will Ijc guniii.l- Iceil if vnu pliicc your order Ijc- forc Dec. Sill. 3 MORE DAYS Let us .s:iml nuil reliiilsh y.iur llonrs. We CUM m;il(C tlicm lout; lilte new—we g;u»r:ililcc s:itisf;ic- tiun. DEAL'S PAINT STORE 10 1 First Phono 4G9 bool: i'lititlcil "Life Iiuurnncc Uol- lui'.s in Action." DID YOUR TIRES TAKE YOU TO WORK THIS MORNING? TIRE^,w« R. II. Goclsey N. Highway Cl Across from Cunip. "Cleaning You'll Rave About!" Voti'll really rave about our -.v; y of cleaning ... it leaves your clothes so clean nncl ncw-liko. CALL 3738 BOONE CLEANERS Eating and Canning Apples Home for Your Farmol! .Tractor Is Delta Implements Inc. , : Expert Repairs! I Delta Implements,- Inc. J12 So. 2nd St ,, t , 1 Bu. to Truckload WHOLESALE and ^RETAIL BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 E. Main Phono 873 SEIBERLING SPECIAL-rinro SERVICE I IRtS For Extra Safety RELY ON THEl EXTRA QUALITY BUILT INTO . SEIBERLINGTIRES LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service Dewey Limits Conversation To the Weather MIAMI BEACH, Flu., Dec. 3. (UP' — Oov. Thomas K. IDewcy iiudntained his self-imposed political silence today at the Na'llonal Cio'.Tjiiors Conference. The GOP presidential candidate in 19-11 was sun-tanned and licallhy looklm; from a Georyla vucati'Jii. He showed an utter dislike for political questions, instead talked about the weather. The executive committee of (lie (jovcriiors conference prepared 10 discuss state participation in two federal aid projects for airport construction and hospital care. Congress has allocated a totil of $8,000.000 In funds lo be matched liy participating states. The annual meeting of the board of managers of the council of sii\(o (governments opens tomorrow, and ! the southern governors confe/enco j follows starting Thursday. Crash Victims Buried HOTSPIUNGS, Ark., Dec. 3. IUT) ! —Double funeral services were ! conducted In Hot Springs Monday for 25-year-old Mrs. Evelyn Howard and her four-year-old daughter who were killed Nov. '22 by a hit-andruii driver. Trial for 39-year-old Otis Ronk- ard, Hot Springs painter, on three counts has been scheduled for Wednesday. TUESDAY. DKCKMHIOH 3, H'l I Read Courier News Want Ads. GIFT GOODS-TOYS \Vc have ilic kirgcst Hi-lection of gift n<x«ls Hn( j ( OJ , S displayed. You will hiivc to see our display before you i;m realize just how large our stock really is. We in- vile yon to visit our store—new goods arriving daily. It will pay you to buy early. Budget sales can be had— Blan Heath Auto & Home Supply I'lione 828 419 West Main St. To Do Business With Us YOU DON'T NEED MONEY Well, Not Much, Anyway.'.s swap. Search through your items. Throw awiiy the jjunk. Sell or give away the clothing. Bring the rest to u.s, furniture, bric-a-brac, hardware, etc. We'll try to swap you something, even if it's just folding money. It's a lot of fun. And profitable, too. Today, Any Day STOP AND SWAP We Buy and Sell GOOD USED CAKS BUt Ch»mb!la — Lex Railroad & Ash Sh. Phon* Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 Norlh Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. U1TTNEH No Waiting! No 'Delay! 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Complete Stock of Horns and Accessories U-;T OUR MKCHANJCS RK1M-ACH YOUR HROKKN AUTO CLASS MARK'S AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sfs. •*>>:>>>*>:>>r>>«o::o::o:>::o::c«:o>:>:>::<<:o:>:>>::«»:v^vvvvv p »"« 1 Chiropractic for Health | Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 | DR. TORSTEN LINDQUIST | Ni'tiro Calomctcr Service 5 Guard Bldg., 2091/2 W. Main ^ Phone 3170, Blythevilie, Ark. | '£'£'£&£'£& • CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS 2 EM We ore Dealers for —— •«•••» THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. WANTED Used Cars and Trucks WE BUY—SELL—OR TRADE The Top Dollar Paid in C-A-S-H NO DELAY — NO RED TAPE We Now Have A Few Nice Ones For Sale or Trade BUD WILSON AUTO SALES Phone 2037 Cor. Franklin and Main St. WASH TUBES Hero He Goes BY LESLIE TURNEH THIS LETTER IN SOUR. MWL...I...I KME TO SHOW IT TO VOLhBUT-- OPftBLE Of OH, MR. Wl'KEE, PLEASE T(W TO / READING W.V CONTROL WURSEIF! / (WLPUC10W VXtW, THE UNkUTISKTED BRASS OF THOSE BRMENi GRPiFTING VIPERS! SWINBi-E WE OUT OF S56.0OO. THEM HftVE THE GM.I TO 8IU. (AE FOR 18 DOLLARS ! J RED RYDER \ Christening BY FRED HARMAN BY V. T. HAMLIN / JM-SI IX>\ i\ I DISAPTOINTlNtJ fvSll V.EAM .W I EEFORr ON \j3UC A1COWAN OPBCATE ONLY FEACTICAL NOr MICH TO CO u OM I

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