The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1947 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, Al'UII, 5, 19-17 BLYTHEV1LLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE, KEYS MADE Locks Opened and lteu,!tir. i'd. Door Checks or Overhauls. For Service Call JIMMY "Sl'UCK" IJUOCK at Chisum's Bike Shop 123 So. Third St. riionc 53(i Chinese Raiders Kill Five Marines Headquarters Blames Communists for Attack On Ammunition Dump !5" CULVERT PIPE of Copper Steel We curry it in stotk in 12", 18" and 24" sizes. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. UlyllicviHr. Ark. CSTY CAB Day or Nigftt Strike-Bound M. A. Railroad Survey Made LITI'DE HOCK, Ark.. April 5 Transportation engineers anil members ot the Arkansas Public service Commission returned here yesli'i'- dfly after conil.'leting n i>;ulial survey c-f the .strikebound Missouri and A'kansas Railroad. M. C. Kennedy, nn piiRinccr representing the 'New York [inn of Coverdale and iColpltls, said he PEIPING, Mnll 5. (UP)—U. S. Miirine lirurUiuartcrs announced that the Chinese raiders who killed five Marines and wounded 18 during an attack on the Tnngkii ammunition dump before dawn to-' had determined the quantity of. orudo nnd Tennessee clay had been Identified as Com- material needed to put the line ( The strikitiK workers sow hi wnse munists. I back into operation jjut they still | Increases nl 'M cents an hour, nl> Southwestern Greyhounds Run in Face of Strike DAIAAS, Tex.. April 5. (UP* — Southwestern Greyhound lius Lines maintained passcnBcr schedules lo- today despite n two-day-old WHRO slrikc by maintenance workers In nine states. I A company spokesman said busses left the i';:irnijrs before (he start of the strllie yesterday so union drivers would n»t have lo cross picket lines of (He Inlernallonal Machinists Association tlud.). Soutlwesicrn serves Texas. Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas. Louisiana, New Mexico, Col- Utsmlssiil policy. Operate In rail (if Stale The smuluveslern Greyhound lliis Lines operate across Arkansas Ihmij'h Little Hock Into Memphis, lint Ihe line irom Memphis Nurth IhrotiKli Illy;hcvllle Is operated by Dixie Orcyumid which Is not Involved in (lie nine-state strike.. 30,000 Vets Receiving Gl Training .v.irne r:»l« as In (lie nrevlou; month, with 'JTJ I'.uarunU'cil or In- Mired by tlje VA In M.irch. Thcii' lace value was $1,037,2:0, on which the VA commitment was $:>a:i.-Uir>. i Hlc.lil more veterans suffering from ihe loss °f th euse ol one or both iocs were certified as eh-1 t'.lble for amputee automobile*. TluU nukes n total of IDH curs tor Ar-1 ;nnsas mm. I'^U of -which have, been delivered, ! Identification was established through papers found on t!ie Chlon the nesc GROCERIES DELIVERED Once More! CALL 1 501 C. L. NABERS Gro, and Mkt. Meivin Halsell, Owner Frankie's Bakery Goods NO • Extra Charge for Delivery! soldiers, left dead TniiBku battlefield. Marine headquarters said llic Communists hail captured litClc or no ammunition in their raid. The dump Ls situated outside Tungku, about 30 miles east of Tientsin and the main port for American troop movements in northern China. I » simllir attack was driven off last October, one marine was wounded then nnd one Communist] soldier killed. A marine investigation team was carrying out an investigation ot | this morning's raid, staged by a I ! force of unknown strength. I Marines drove off the attackers ' after a nrc-dawn battle of more than four hours. The fight began at • 1:15 am. in a clash between marine -- -* I sentries and raiders trying u> .sneak nto the dump. By 5:M a.m. the marines had beaten off the raid and were pursuing the attackers northward. The Tant'ku ammunition depot is situated near the fringe of increas- have to figure the cost of rejuvenating the road. The engineer said he would continue his survey next \vock lo ascertain the potential new Indus- trie., alom; the line. The railroad is in uad physical condition, he said. Kennedy pointed out that the trackacc was built of OS pound rails which were put down more lhan 40 years' ago. standard rails now weigh ll'l pounds. Kennrdv said he probably would I not submit n written reiwrt but 'would bo 'wining to testify at an Interstate Commerce Commission i hearin" oil abati(f.Tnmenb here! April 22. . Tbr engineering firm was em- nloyrd bv a riti//:ns coiriinilU'e ar- .er the EG'h General A.ssom'jly an- t'ialfd $I50[X) which was matched liv shippers along the line. •Public service commission chair- nian C. C. Wine and menders of staff accompanied Kennedy r-n the survey trip. lo $1.50. nnd machinists demanded Unit Greyhound revise »s employee I.lTTl.K HOCK. Ark., April (Ul'l Nearly 30.CM Arkansas vet erans arc now taking training un dor (lie Ci. 1. bill alone, acamllni lo James A. Winn. manuncr o the Ijittle Hoc'k regional olfice (he Velrntns Adnuiitstvallon. chase;! with funds obtained from T|H> \i_,\- 5 monllily ropart showe c-mleon at tlie Cnmden Naval •:g i cGI veterans In training umle j Ordnanre plant and from eonlrlbu-] (he Cil bill, with an udillllnnul 2,- llons ma<le by Hie Oaklawn Jockey C94 disabled in training under pub- Club al Hot Springs. I lie law 10. Tbe tulal at tin; end of Mrs. Jack C.mics- of Camden Is Mmvh was a2.?SS. The fluure Is an president of Crippled Children's increase of 1.B27 over Februury. Association, Ol loans continued nl about tin; RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WASHING MACHINES we have them for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY BENDIX AUTOMATIC WASHERS The FINEST Automatic Washing Machine Phono 3450 HUBBARD& HOKE Your G.E. Store in ing Communist military operations against, the nationalist armies. The ump would be a valuable prize tor cither stele. Tlie marines involved belonged lo the 1st marine division. A similar 1st attack was made against tljc division ammunition dump at Hsin Ho west of Tangku asl Oct. '.I One Association Aiding Cripples Buys Hospital We are Inking orders for Attic Fans to be installed before hot weather. Call us for estimates MISS. COUNTY LUMBER CO. riioiic -145 ROCK, Ark.. April 5. — The AvkarrKn.s Association for the ci'loplcrl prepared lotliiy lo _ j establish if.s lonq-sons-ht convalescent hospital, following purchase of the infirmary building ut the Arkansas ordnance plnni, in Jacksonville yesterday. The institution, designed to wn for .sonic 50 LO 05 pat ion is, was purchased at T cost of $15,000. TJiu property consists of 22 sicros f two large buildings, and was pur- For the Fisherman's Easter Pleasure 12,000 of the Best Shiners Ever Voted and Thousands of the famous Red Worms for the Bream and Goggle-eye The Dixieland Baitry 511 Chickasawba C. R. Collins, Prop. marine wns wn\mdcil tlien. A cap- 1,...nj obj.iop" .rniH l)\~ "UpcV" WHS intended lo yet iimmunilion Tor n Cnmimmist regiment, stationed nearby. Early reports did not liifl Ibn exltmt n' Cliinosc ci>.innlllc» ,tnd loot in this morning's raid. ' Marine casualties wrre worso lo- f'"v lhan in the ambush on tlie Tientsin-PeipiTltr road Hst "Pour mavlnes \VCVR kilted and 11 wounded then when Communists attacked a truck eonvoy of the 1st division. Informed sources saitl thr 5gth Communist, regiment lately active near Tangku was the same unit involved in the highway ambush. .Since the executive (peace) headquarters at Peipin^ were closed. American military personnel and their dependants have been moving through Tlenstin to Tani;i ku for shipment to shanghai. I Supply depots have been maintained at Tnngku, 30 miles east of Tientsin, since the marines landed in North china In October, 104S. There have been sporadic clashes around tho denots. usually attributed lo pilfering. Communist troops in the Tanirku area recent! yhave been car out a scissor-like movement from cast to west aimed nt outline the 100-mllc stretch of railroad held by the nationalists from Tientsin south to Tsangshien. Coinmuiilsl reinforcement have been reported arriving by sea, and the nationalists al Tsanghsicn have been reintorc- cd. TO SET 50O-MILE PACE HEBE'S t!:e 1!)17 Kas!i selected 1>y the Indianapolis | will lead the fastest field of special racing vehicles ii r Speedway lo ret the pace lor the annual 500-Mile Kacc May M. Shown at the wlircl <if the official pacc- rhakcr is W.lliur Shaw, president of Ihe Indianapolis Speedway, with I-'loyil Kislilinc, cliicf engineer of Nasli Motors, looking on. Shaw says that this Nash the history of the annual automotive spoils classic The car, n slock i-dnor Slralford hluc 1S17 Nas trunk model sedan, will lie driven by Gciirgc M Mason, president of Nash-Kclvinp.tor Corpnrnlinn, wil Shaw, 3-lime winner of Ihe race, as a passenger. Sec the new NASH on display at MOTOR COMPANY 121 W. Ash St. Phone 438 Last Time Todny 'Raiders of the South" with .lolling- IMiirk llrnu n Cartoon ami Mil ('hitpCcr O]U'iatur S1S1" SEED SOYBEANS • CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY EARLY MATURING . . Kotnidalfdii SldcU- — Direct 1'Voiii Hrccdci- Kocunl tc.sl iirovwl yields :'> (of) more bushels' per iicru niul tiUyuls tip IjiiUcv Hun) Itiiltioy. Blytheville Soybean Corp. INIW MS Mnin Phone 85(1-857. REFRIGERATION— 24 Hour— REFRIGERATION Sales Service Repairs AIR CONDITIONING \vr. Aiti; Aiu,i:' r i'i) (irKm: you (|IIAI,]I-'II:I) UNGINKKKINO IN SAI.V:S, iu:i'Aii(s AND si-:itvici:. Walk-In IIOXCH; HcvcriiKit l'uiili>i-», Dlsiilay Cases, Air Con- illlliinhiK Hulls and usc-d l;rVrl;:iT.illiin i:i|iil|iinc;iU cif all kindsi SERVICE PROTECTION FOR YOUR 715 W. Ash— A. H. Johnsors— Phone 2188 or Poolo Motor Co., Stcclo,.Mo., Phone 49 ORSON WELLES n tlie pell. meant protection ogamit do by motli, dampncn, dint. ; "Certified" meant protection ogginil loll by firo or ihefl. "Corllfiod" meoni piopcrly CONTROUEO tempfrolvie and rtguloled humidity. Biyfheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners BlytheviUe Soybean Corp. 1800'W. JOHNS LIQUOR STORE AH Your Favorite Brands YI'XI.OWSTONU HCIIKM.KY- NT ACS15 1 IKISKK . W. HAItl'lvK • <>!.!> OltANDAl) c <>],[> TAYI.OIt . IMINTKIt D 1'ADI, .10NKS • CAl.VKUT'S Last Time Todar "Cheyenne Wildcot" with Wild Hill IClllott Itttlih) lii.iluHerinl: trliupl. I, "Dailjllilcr «l Doll (( '; Al:ui Shorts Vnur ralrtniagi: Allpreclatcd AtMtosa ruosi HIT/. TIIKATEII SATURDAY IMIONITH SHOW St;irls ;it 10:ir> p.m. I have it i)IHI acre plantation located about six miles sonllic'iisl of ICasl Prairie, Mo., on 1'in Hook for sale. This land is divided by a farm to market highway, which makes the location extra K«"d and the land is all well drained and improved. There are about ] 1 houses, about six extra good and the balance are in fair condition, all are in use now. There will be ahout . r >0<) acres of cotton this season and about ,'!()(! acres in other erous. The land is rented for '/i Ihe eotton and $10.00 pur acre cash on other crops. The taxi's are about (i() cents per acvc. This land will produce extra K <)( "1 cotton, soybeans, corn and alfalfa. This is as good a farm buy as I know of today. The reason it is offered for sale is because the owner lives out of the state and has a large acreage of farm laud to htok after, besides this tract, and has decided to sell and keep his holdings more >i intact. > #; # v This farm is leased (his year to good responsible •; tenants, so a buyer can just take over aud continue > ^ x with the leases the tenants now have. The price is £ for quick sale of $(>5,000.00. This farm has paid ;*: 20'' on this investment for years. X [•»; '•] Many Other Good Buys >; ;+; CALL OR CONTACT > GASHOUSE KIDS" Ilolfcrt I^iwery. TealLi !,ori Also Shorts Kundiy and Monday "EASY TO WED" (in Tcrlnmulnr) \\ilh Van .Tnluivon anil I'isther VVillini 1'uramount Ncnvs atnl Shorts Manila's Finest Shows KVKliY NIGHT Matlncc Saturday & Suiirlaf Hoi Opens \Vctk I).iy3 7:00 p.m. 8at,-8nn. 1 p.m. Cont. 8ho*ln| Hardware Mutual and Hardv/nrc Indemnity Insurance Companies of Minnesota Kalcd A plus c!\cc]lci)L by Ic.ulln ; Insunincc authorities. Sound protccUnii bcenusc of I'.ir^n (inaiicial reserves mid adequale surplus finids. Frcmluni .savings—ninrc lli:i:i 'M million dolhirs lnivc. been rc- ncil iti <llvidciul savings In iiulicyholdnrs. vrr cost—bcc:iusi: of u careful ^tlcctiuii of ribks and economical rali [in. rgc dlvitlrtid siiv^n^s nn ^uloiiiubilc nnd Tire insurance cquula net cost. tu Box 431 FOR INSURANCE SERVICE. W. L. 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