The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1946 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 15, 1946
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•PACK BIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COU1UER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 10-16 Manchurian Lifeline Cut , ^Communist Troops . Move in as Russian Soldiers Withdraw. '•.ilpJCpEN, May 15. (UP)— A force •I 10,000 to 20,000 Communist troops was reported today to have cut the TienUin-Mukden railroad — lifeline of Nationalist forces in Manchuria — at two points outside the Great W»l! northeast of Shanghaikwan. The report came as semi-official Russian sources disclosed that So- rtet troops have completely withdrawn from Manchuria, except for Port Arthur were they remain under terms treaty. of Ihe Russo-Chinese The Communist forces, according to Nationalist sources, encircled tho rail towns of Chiensuo and Kaolin;, 15 and 25 miles northeast of the Great Wall, and have succeeded in cutting oft rail service on the vital supply route. ; Two rail bridges between Chlcnsiio »iid Kaoling were blown up, It was reported. Authoritative Chinese Communist sources reported that Communist troops, moving in behind the RIIS- alans, have taken over more than W) : per cent'ol Manchuria. -.Central government sources, confirming the widespread Communist operations, said Chinese Nationalist troops control "only a few corridors" along railroads branching out from Mukden. The Communists •aid the government areas, although small, were the richest industrial parts of Manchuria. "The Communist army 1ms 340.000 regulars under arms in Manchuria, high Communist sources said, and Iftsues orders to an unspecified number of- irregular local militia units te\ addition. All regulars were said to haye rifles and there were some heavier arms. . Soviet sources said Russian troops In Port Arthur were under the Red army command for northern Korea and indirectly under the command, of "'headquarters of the Pacific fleet bl.lhe.Rcd navy" at Vladivostok. Reparations Study Planned Inside Korea 'TOKYO, May 15. <UPI—F.dwln C. Paule} 1 , U. S. member of the Allied Reparations Commission, said today he will try lo enter Soviet- occupied northern Korea to assess Japanese assets for reparations regardless of possible Soviet opposition. Pauley said he will leave tomorrow on i\ special plane for Koven. He disclosed Moscow was notified that he would enter the Russian zone of Korea, and said he presumed the Russian!) would extend lo him Ihe same courtesies and facilities that they have been extended In American-occupied south Korea. American military officers from the staff of LI, Gen. John R. Hodge, American commander in Korea, probably will accompany Pauley on Ills trip to the Russian 7.0110, he- said. Polish Peasant Leaders Arrested Underground Activity Charged to S3 by Officials in Warsaw MOSCOW. May IS. (UP)— Wnr- iw dispnlclio.s today reported the Pauley said he did not know how long he would remain in Korea but added he hoped to stay lung enough to determine what Japanese assets arc IP. north Korea and whether any have been removed. bills. "Maybe It's n crazy lliln^ to do. The money I'm using to go up there Is what kind folks Imve given us," Bailey said, "nut the government does some wonderful things. I Just lielicvc If I can licl these ashes up there without disturbing them any more than possible they'll do .something about, them." Tie had withdrawn the money from the bank to buy a home. When the deal fell through, he hid the bills In a ten box. That ;ht their home burned while Ihfi Baileys were away. Georgian Hopes to Trade Ashes of $7,900 in Bills for Brand New Currency ATLANTA, Ga., May 15. I UP) —Marion C. Bnlley was to leave here for Washington loday with n $1,900 slack of ashes In :i handkerchief. The greenbacks. Bailey's lite mass arrest by Security Police of district and local leaders of the Polish Peasant Party on charges of underground activity Including armed attacking against established authority. The Polish government announced tile arrest of an unspecified number of peasant party leaders in widespread raids, reports from Moscow said. The national leader of the Peasant Party is Stanlslaw MlkoUjczyk, vice prlem lu the government of Edward Osubka-Morawski and former •premier of the Polish govwn- nicnt in London during the war Fifty-three Peasant Party leaders were accused of membership in an antl--government underground '»nd or taking part In armed attacks, the location and extent of which were not Indicated. An announcement of arrests from the Polish Public Safety Ministry said Security Police closed ami sealed the Peasant Party's committee headquarters. The Security Police also were said to have raided numerous pri vale homes, arresting the occupants or those In which I hey found illegal firearms, grenades, mines and subversive literature. Welcome to MEMPHIS COTTON CARNIVAL MAY 13-18 savings burned when his home here was destroyed by fire. I Atlanta friends of the uncinploy-1 cd machinist contributed railroad Tare lo see him off to the Treasury' Department in a desperate hope (hut mint experts using scientific mclhods could identify the- Goldcrest AocJcy 4-H Club Unit Leaders Discuss Projects A meeting of the Rocky 4-H Club *«s held Monday with Stella Mae Lilies presdiing. Twenty-three club members'were present at this meeting. James Bridges led in group singing. Reports were Iven by the follow- in "group captains: Billy Dnws'on, pig captain; Jamas Bridges, truck raptatn; Miliadlne Fortcnbcrry, gardening and canning; Shirley Fella, clothing; Leroy strauser, poultry. and Lolita Kirby, room improvement. The program was as follows: devotional. Opaline Mlllrgtm; put- Ur -solo, James Sparkmnn; jokes, Junior Adams and James Spark- Ulan; discussion of current events. J»mes Bridges and Milladine For- lenbcrry; song, James Bridges, Theadorc Hardy and Johnny Fella, accompanied by James Sparkman; Bong, Miliadlne Fortcnbcrry a'nd Jatnes Sparkman'. ; Miss Cora Lee Colemnn, home' demonstration- agent, discussed'.control of.arden insects. j\V, 6.,Hnzei- b»lter.'assistant' county agent; 'cl£s- e 1 j ! 4-H; Club yearbook. ; •' ' ' 48 Attend 4-H Meeting .for Lost ] Cane Members A meeting of the Lost Cane 4-H Club was held Friday with Clifford Veach presiding. Fort;/-six clufn members and two leaders were pre-. sent. Bonnie Brady, song captain, led In group singing, oveadc -Lorrcn, • secretary, read th e minutes of the last meeting. Reports \vere given by the following group captains; Wayne Gulley. cotton; Robert Veach. pig; Rilcy ahackelford, calf; Harry Parks. corn; Darrell Tatum, potato; Joyce IjUtes, gardening and canning; June Veach, clothing; Murhl Goodman, poultry; Nadlne McClain. room Improvement; and Freciiu Fincher, cookery. Miss Cora LCD Coleman, home dempnslration agent, discusser! control of garden insects, and W. O. Hazelbaker, asslslant county agent, discussed livestock judging. Inspectors Appointed LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 15 (UP)—Two new revenue inspectors were, ready to take up their duties today, after their appointment yesterday by State Revenue Commissioner Otho A. Cook. Fran els Lorick of Dcwltt, Ark., was nam ed to succeed Bill Norsworthy, wh resigned to run for sheriff and col lector of Arkansas county. Mrs. Lu cille T. Whittenton of Mariamu w»s appointed to succeed o. Harris,: who resigned to run fo county judge of Lee county. WELL KNOWN MAN FELT LIKE SWOLLEN BALLOON FULL OF STOMACH GAS Recently, a well known man stated Qtat he used to feel like a swollen kettoon after every meal. He would Moat full of gas and spit up acidv tfm liquids for hours after eating WM terribly constipated. This man h one of the hundreds in this vi tatty who now praise INKER-AID He atetes,he was amazed at th rc*u!U when he took this medicine he eats what he wants wlth- ga-s or bloating, and bowels are for the first time in years. |fc tteU like a hew man. ' iiHN£H AID contains 13 Great they cleanse bowels, clear from stomach, act on sluggish and kidneys. Miserable peo- r pi* aooo feel different all over. Sv ~4Mrt to on apflvincl Oet INNER- AID. 8oW by »Jl dn)g stores here M KiibcvUte, • From Our Softie Bar CASUAL HATS OF RAYON AND ' COTTON DRESSES 4.98 5.9O Kresh pastels with bold color in^ 1 sorts for drama! Little prints for gaycly! Cotton striped dresses; merrier slill for their eyelet ruf-' ties and pique patch-trim! 9-20.\ Hats to wear with your most comfortable clothes . Hats to wear with dash! . . . Hats to wear to school and work, calots, berets, bumpers, Softies! For Ladies in White WHITE BAGS 4.98 To wear with your first. white costume — or your early spring print! White bags in plastic Icr.'Jicr grains and your chukc of exciting new season styles! IT'S A HO T If TIM E T O 6 ET A SOLAR STRAW*- Now that ho has attained Graduate Status and is about to go out into the business world or on to higher education there arc many little persona) things he will greatly appreciate. Here at MEAD'S we have assembled a pleasing collection of items he's wanted. They'll make desirable Graduation Gifts. Collar Pins—to keep his collar trim looking . . . Bar Pins—for his tie . . . Smart Collar and Tie Sets . . . Cigarette Lighters ... Bill Folds— , to keep his money in ... Key Cases . . . Money Belts .. . Good Looking Shaving Sets . . . Fitted Dressing Cases . , . Clothes Brush Sets . . . Leather Pocket Secretaries . . . and so many others. See This Display Today at... Useful, Decorathc WARDROBE 6.90 Flesh colored kraltuoard with swirl grain sclf-cmbosscct design, makes this roomy, good looking, useful wardrobe! Double door construction, hat shell, 2 lower shelves, tic racks and moth humidor. The wood frame is dcc- oralivcly lacquered in haimoim- lue colors. Size 65'^ "x29'i"x22". Hcant iful BATH MAT SETS 3.98 The run is oval. 21" x 3(i" In >i/.e, all fast color; scat cover loinntch. Get out of the "sun—get under a Solar Straw*! Genuine South American Panamas, lightweight and cool. PIain,~open mesh and leghorn slripc weave.; There's strong fashion interest in these South ican Panama Braids. Variation in color from light Jo amart dark fibers. Well made and comfortable), •Reg. U.S. Pat.Off. MEAD'S 111 MAIN STRUT Remember — If it's for o man, Meads will have it! YOU NEED FIVE FINGERS - lo;clirve dry-scalp itc-hinfi. You iMTil I lie ronl hrl[> of Moroliive Hair Tonic, ftniil-snatuialoib; Irt'Lpa (o rt'uuivii tin mil tiff Bs.k<'». MOROLIHE HAM IONIC Approved DDT Residual Spraying ' Blytheville Insecticide Co. Harold Wright, Mgr. Phone 5S8 907 E. Cherry THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Deen Smith, Owner Bld(. Phone S21* I and We'll Pick up Your • DRY CLEANING • LAUNDRY LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS 218-2(1 No. Second CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Costs So Little" Week Dayi: Start* at 7 p. •. Wednesday & Thursday DOUBLE FEATURE "DR. GILLESPIE'S CRIMINAL CASE" with Lionel Barrymore and Keye Luke 'LADIES COURAGEOUS" with I-oretta YOUIIK ' and David Bruce Also Short New Theater! Manila's Finest i Shows EVERY NIGHT / Matinee Saturday & Sunday, Wednesday & Thurs<W A WALK IN THESf with T>;ina Andrews and Hunf NEWS and COMEIiyJ THEATRE v Manila, Ark 1 .*' Box office opens at 1:00; Picture starts at 7:15. Wednesday & Thursday "FIRST YANK INTO TOKYO" with Tom N«a1, Barbara Half, Marc Cramer, Michael St. Ansel. I.cmiard Strong, Richard Loo ami Keye Luke The most (taring- mission ever devised A wow To me .. . ... . . „ > lour «op is too valuable and too badly needed to lose any part of it. So guard against breakdowns and delays by putting your binder and combine in tip-top' working condition now. U new parts arc needed, please give us your list now. Some parH are still hard to get and we want to have everything ready for you before harvest time. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY BlyHicvillc, Ark. McCORMICK-DEEHIHS MACHINES, PARTS MB SERVICE Open 7; Slarls 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED Wednesday & Thursday 'Son of Lassie' (In Technicolor) Tclcr kawford, Donald Crisp, June I.ockhart, Lassie & I.addie News of the Day; Shorts '

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