The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1947 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 23, 1947
Page 14
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TWKLVE GOP Will Check On Americanism -; House Committee to '-~ Check Communist ^Influence in Films ' WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. (UP) The House Committee on UiYAmcr- Ican Activities organized under Republican leadership today and vol- crt to investigate Communist influences in the 'Hollywood film colony. Tile committee also clodded (o "expose and ferret out tlie Communist and Communist sympathizers in the federal government." j. Chairman J. Parnell Thomas, R., N, J,, said after the first commlt- fcc meeting that open hearings will be held lu the Investigation of Hollywood. He would nol say when or where the hearings will be held. " The committee's vote on authorizing the investigations was imnn- Imous. Thomas said • Robert E. Stripling was .npuolnl.- td committee clerk and chiei Investigator. He succeeds Ernie Adani£on. who had been chief investigator and counsel of th ccotnmlt fee In the last Congress. ; Thomas said lie intended to "make this the most nelive year in the committee's history." 4 Asked whether the committee would confine itself to invc.stl«a- lion of Communist activities, Thomas said: ' "We are soing to let the chips fall where they may—whether they fall on Communists, the Ku Klux Klan or the Columbians, We are £oing after all subversive influences »nd elements." i In a statement lo newsmen, Tlio- nias said that as chairman of the eonunlUoc "I can promise that the JommiUcc-s investigations will be both intensive and fair." • To Shun Partisan Politics It is my opinion," he said, "that (he committee should be free of any partisan politics, and that nil ?. artl ?* n . Potties or expedients should be put aside in the common lnteresl.5 of the committee's Important work." • The committee approved in full the entire program previously proposed by Thomns. it Included• 1. A promise to' "spotlight"' Com- iTninlsts controlling and dominating 'some of the most vital unions in American labor. ..which are now being used a.s Moscow paivns. 1 2. The institution of a counter- educational program by the committee against "subversive propaganda." 3. Assurance thnt the committee 1*111 give its "undivided attention" {o those groups and movements who are "trying to dissipate our Rtomic bomb know-how for the benefit of a foreign power." , 4. Establishment of a reference service for members of Congress on .all subjects relating to subversive or unAmerlcan activities In the •United States. 5." Making the committee's files available to'all investigative units of the government and Die annc'd .services. ' Stripling, the new chief tnvcslt- cator, previously had served as chief investigator of the committee Irom 1340 to Jan. 3, 1345 when iie entered the Army. Rally Speaker (Municipal Boards Urged to Hear Labor Disputes WASHINGTON. Jull. 23. (01')-Tilt Unltcti Etntrs Conference of Mayors yc.slriflay tinrnilniou.sJy Wtf- etl comimmilii's' ID set up cily- S|>«HS3!-C(1 local hiboi'-iiiiinuceincnt ijoai'tts to limn la-jor liisjnitos. Tills Inbor |;io|>i>v.U u-?.:; mad" i>y Myoi liuliert H. llnmiilii-ey of MlnnrnprvlK. H was iimont! 19 resolutions CKlopiod unanimously at coiicliKlliii; session of thu tl'in-e- VOU'l! to HSK •i :1 Congress to minium; "adequate •'„!,: fair rent controls mnil I lie cm: Read Courier News Want Ads. BABY'S rnmc UJLUd Hlsliop Pan) K. Mnrtin o f Liu to Rock will speak at a Mctho.lisi Youth Rally f 01 the Joncsli,,™ District, which includes Mississippi County churches. In [he HI-SI Mclhculisl church, Joncsboro on Jan. 29, 1 p. in. Other speakers will Include: D:. Malt I.. Kills, of Comvay, prcsitU-jH of Hemtrix Ctillcgc, and possitily Lieut. Gov. Nathan Gordon, n! Monillon. Emphasis will l>e placed on an- livillre in (lie phtireii school wliere a $1,000,000 (und-rnlslng compiij'tu is under way for expansion of tl.i' coltcec. The Hev. J, Allwrt C,.i°i,i of Joncsboro has announced in-ib this district already has cxcc:([»d its quota for the campaign. Announcement of the plan wiiii made by th e Rev. Charles W. Lewis, pastor of the Luxora Methodist Church, who is district youth director tor the church. Read Courier News Want Ads. MONARCH /5^fr JUICES Al TOUR DEALERS TRY MANHATTAN FINER COFFEE FIRST LADY CANNED FOODS Found at PICKARD'S Phone 2013 1044 Chickasawbs . • »o>" -without "dastng?' FOR SALE All tin- fbllowinir equipment is in good condition ;m<l available for inspection at the Luc Wilson & Co. Store at Armoi-el, Ark. ' IS Good Walking Cultivators 2 Single Row Fertilizer I)islril>u(ors 10 One Row Col (on and Com I'lank'rs 2 One Uow Stalk Cullurs( horse drawn) 2 Two How Tractor SlalV Cullers 1 A very Two How Planlcr 1 Oliver Two-How 1'lanler 1 iVIoline Two How I'lantcr 2 John Dccrc Two How Planters 12 10" Middle liuslers 5 8" Middle Huslers 1 International Tractor Mowing Machine 1 International Side J)clivery Hake 1 Tractor Section Harrow 2 Section Harrows •1 Good Wagons with 2-liale licds 1 Oliver Mule Mowing Machine 1 Dump Rake 12 Turning Plows (all sixes) 30 Sets Good Leal her Harness 1 Shop Outfit Complete "> 1 Used Case Combine (good condition) " 1 Used AC Combine (good condition) 1 New International Combine Number G2. Wc are now offering this equipment for the first time and if interested it will pay you Jo act immediately. Phone 2088. LEE WILSON & CO. v Armorel, Arkansas of Ibn houslnc emergency. They circled Mayor George W Welsh of Grand Rapids. Mich to suvcced Mayor Kdward 1 J. K«lk' of Chicago ns conference president Mayor w. Cvopcr Green of Birmingham, Ala., was named vice president and Mayor A. p. Kaufman of SI. Ixntis was named ad. vlstory boiiI'd chairman. The conference also urged congressional action to meet the country's long-range housing needs continuation of the federal control' KIKI public power policy together and Immediate completion of the government's, emergency housinj! ft;d Congress to pass promnl legislation ID turn over •fedoral- owncd or controlled surplus a'lr- port.s and facilities to municipalities, countle.'i, and states 'free or Girl, Accidentally Hit by Ball Bat, Dies of 'Injuries FORT UVUIDERDALK, Fla . Jan 23.—(UP)-Cynthia Fay fc'aunders. 17-year-old high sclionl student, died at her home hero yesterday after beln(s struvk In the forehead with a toaimll hat i,y a school friend. Police rcpor.ted that Miss Saiin- deifi was nccidcntariy struck while I watching a girl's softijali game with two other K |rl friends. She complained of a headache and vra<. treated by a school teacher and later examined >>>' the family \i'i\. on maximum discount baste TI1URS1MY, JANUARY 23, 1917 «t?lnri. CAKD OF THANKS Wc wish (o ihnnk the many STARTS RElltVINQ AU COLD MISERIES-IN JUST 6 SECONoFl r»j' I'or t . ries ; (. au . COLD PREPARATIONS TAB1ETS OR LIQUID "l'»<i»iiikJi«i. tiful floral tributes din-ing our recent bereavement in the loss of Can't Sit! PIN-WORMS CAUSE FIDGETING AND THAT AWFUL ITCH Onoof IKe warning tiiin.i of rin.V.'ormi ii " IIHBBIIIB racial itch which ofl, ti czv-ci fijjrttme a ,,,i l,,,*,,,, Blcft> anii . a/ , j lo even moro tcrlova Jiacress. Ih, i ".".'""f" '"'cegsury lo put up wilh , P-W rfejlinc will, lhl» URI, Inffclin'n'TleVni P-W labM, ort m a a ,.cciul , VB y ,„ j^rvy J in-Wcmis. P-W n.eana rm-Wonn relict 1 our mother and slsler. Loininc and Floyd Smith Mrs. K. w. Chapman "xlornnlly i;aiiK»il nldn c . Hint \vn inihoslinlinKly unv --Try .Monnu-K Kmi'iv.1,1 Oil ] tl:iy«: If not rumi.lolHy f ! money back—stulnlcs*— st , CITY DRUG CO. ,„ yol , for I,.,, We Deliver — Phone 2001 RED TRIUMPH POTATOES YELLOW GLOBE ONIONS PILGRIM FRESH GROUND COFFEE llb.29<; 100 Ibs. $1.85 - - 50 Ib. sack $1.49 3 Ibs. - - - only -I UiS. PURELARO 1.19 .15-1,1!. CAN STREAK-0-LEAN 5 12.95 SLAB LI). 321 KllCVl) ,,.57= ,;,65' PORK LOINS ,„ 49 ............... 38 38 WIIOt.K KKESII PORK SAUSAGE , b 49 KltESH I'OKK ........... SHOULDER , ...... ,„ ,„ CLEAHHKOOK CLOVliKLEAI-' BUTTER,,, 75 TAN ALES r. 25 WILSON'S CKHTIKIKI) CHILI „,„ 29 FULL QUART .................. t PEANUT BUTTER 59 ......... T5LIZXAHD I'lIHE COFFEE Ih 39 CHOICE DELICIOUS APPLES til • k(.O 3 Us. 115 25 u». 5 3.50 SOUli OK DIM, PICKLES ATLANTIC Sl'KAY CRACKERS , ,.,„_ 100 I,US. 12.95 S LZ5 49 -—WAYNE FEEDS—WAYNE 16 DAIRY FEED - 100 Ibs. $3.75 WAYNE 20'< DAIRY FEED . 100 Ibs. $3.95 WAYNE 24V DAIRY FEED - 100 Ibs. $4.35 WAYNE 32'. DAIRY FEED . 100 Ibs. $4.75 WAYNE ALL GRAIN HORSE FEED . 100 Ibs. $3.75 \V. R. Finest Family FLOUR 25 Ibs $1.79 50 Ibs $3.50 BBL $13.50 NATIONAL CANNED GOODS WEEK SPECIALS MAYF1EL1) CKKAM STY Mi FIRST LADY CHKAM STYLE VJ-*tJ CORN, cream style - - case $4.25 N J. 2 CANS IS .... case $2.75 TOMATOES - - - - case $3.98 0, UANNKK KLUK case $3.45 KAKLY JUNIC, UANNKK IJLUK NO. 2 CANS lOHAKI JlJiCE - - - case $2.98 HAKGIS CU'J' GREEN BEANS .... case $2. SAILOR MAN GREEN LiMA BEANS - - - - case $5.45 SAII'.OII JIAN CJUISEN AND WHITE LIMA BEANS .... case $4.98 TURNIP OH MUSTARD GREENS - - case $2.75 HUSH'S IJICST SPINACH case $3.25 —-WAYNE FEEDS-— /-WAYNE FEEDS PROTEIN ,100 Ibs. $3.65 SHORTS .. 100lbs.$2.75 BSL-.V 100 Ibs. $2.65 . -100 Ibs. $4.65 . 100lbs.$5.25 Broiler Ration. 100 Ibs. $4.95 WAYNE in Print Bag S Ol'NCK FEATHER TICKING Vilrd 49 a ,d5S SOFT TKRHY (.ll.OTH WASH CLOTHS ^ 18 HKAVY 20x10 TURKISH TOWELS „„„ ,,„ ,fS,, GIRL'S KAST COLOR PRINT DRESSES GOOD QUALITY BABY BLANKETS ,„, NK\Y SPRING WOOLENS Yn vd HKAUTIFUL CHKNII.LK BEDSPREADS «,„„„ l.ADIKS TA1LORKD FOUR (JORK JAHEWftLKER SLIPS «„«,.„„„.« 1,ARGK ASSORTMKNT JOHNSON'S FAST COLOR PRINTS Vtrd « 2.58 SPRING CLOTH US PINS I'. S. He-sl Made. POCKKT KNIVKS §1.25 ( o (.'animillus Fine Quality KRAUT CU'ITKHS ' Double iiladc 1CL1CCTRIC HOT PL.VTKS 1 Hurncr N KLKCTRIC HOT PLATIOS 2 Htirncr F)c Luxe GARDEN PLOWS All Steel CAKPHNTKU'S I.KVKL Mayer ,Sn inch SPIRIT LEVKI, Pocket Sixe CLOTHKS LINB r>0 Kt. Heavy Wire KRYING PANS 12 Inch Heavy Steel C.VNK CHAIRS Sj)ccial WAYNE in Prinr Bag Growing Mash. 100 Ibs. $4.65 WAYNE in Print Bag Scratch Feed.. 100 Ibs. $4.25 WAYNE Poultry Faffener 100 Ibs. $3.95 WAYNE Rabbit Pellets. 100 Ibs. $4.75 WAYNE— 10 Ibs. 98c DOG FEED . . 25 Ibs. $2.25 5 2. 98 11.85 i!so 75 e A <;OOD ASSOU'I'MICNT OF MKN'S AMD OVKUALI.sf' SANKOUI5!E1) TUI ' N«-'T ARMY CLOTH 1'ANTS SO En Men',': f)ir!vio U>3U liOY'.S HICAVY TV.'ILL 1>\\TS A\D SII1HTS. Hach Meivs C'arpcnlei" OVIOHALLS. §O Pair U, 1'AXTS AXD SHIRTS Hoy's Army Clndi CANVAS GLOVKS ileavy 10 O/,. HIC.VVY I'iVWJKWKAK iMcn's Hnncs WINTKU UNDKUWKAK Hoy's Ivnnhoc HSST PAJAMAS Men's K & \\" DRIOSS SHIRTS Hoy's K & W f'ciinlcifi' 2.98 5 2.85 35 S 2.29 All Prices Good Friday. Salurdiiy and Monday, tun.fc 2;,, and 27 sulncol fn <ji«rk on hand. We reserve Hie rijthl (o limit ( f .iaii(iMcs' Z-^rk J k'^-- • «

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