The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1946 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 22, 1946
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SATUKDAY, JUNK 22, 19.16 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE JNEconomicllnit Adjourns Session Refugee Organization Plans Bring Debate From Russians w YORK, June 22. <m»> 'lie United NutioiLs Economic and social Council, uftcr tt gi-iiclliiiR lit successful i:!-liour dilvc to fli-ar aiicndu of all major items, atl- ounicd today until AU«. 31. J 3 i't'sidt'iU Hamjv.swami Mutialnir [ India, anxious to wind un Uie :ouucir.s second four-week session )y midniglU. i>ro<til3d the dcicgates cniorsclp-ssly to finish their work. Although all major disputes Mart Iready been thrashed out and otcd on in coumiitlee meiHt!if,y. Soviet and Ukrainian (tclts'Ues isisted — a|)|m-cmiy for ilie record —in proposing ami arguing tor a trlng cl amendments svhicli -icre Jliiinlv doomed to defeat. Most serious dispute was over lie draft constitution of a pro- octcd international refugee oi'yau- nation. Russia and the Ukraine, supported by Yugoslavia and Czeclioslova- tia. have fought n loni; and lo.sii'.K attic to exclude from international lid all pclitjciil refugees who have led from eastern I^in-opo .since llif var's end becaiLsi; they don't liKe heir i>ost-war governments. Tile council voted yesterday, how- vor, ( u grant aid to all displaced icrsoas except known war ci'itni- ifils, traitors and quislings and lersons wlio have been leaders >v. icstils activities agninst their home governments. Russia, insisting lhat the UN's >i'itnnry objective should be to re- >atriate all refugees whose BOVOMI- vients will take them back, served loticc that -she will carry the light Die UN general assembly in September. The draft constitution of the X'fufjce organization r.o.v goes W yy member governments for com- Biftit, and tilen to the assembly foi approval and final ratification hi individual nations. The council yesterday also: 1. Rejected a Russian plea !oi full nou-votiirjf participation tile council's deliberations by World Federation of Trade Unions. but, gave the WFTU special cons'il- lativc privileges. 2. Created a 20-nalion committee to make a quick survey of the world's v.'ar-H;vastate<l areas— including, if necessary former enemy territories ...... and suggest UN reconstruction measures. 3. Defeated a Yugoslav proposal for an on-the-spot investiga'.io.'i of allied displaced person camps Germany ami Austria, where Yugoslavia and the Ukraine have charged that quislings and war traitors arc being harbored. How Europe Knocks on Uncle barn's uoor Countries expected to till riieif quotas Georgia Governor Tells of Warning that KKK May Kill Him ATLANTA. Cla., June 22. UH>>- :iov. Kills Arniill, whu is ilevnliiv; ils lusl months in office Ui a personal bailie against Ihe Kn Klnx Klan, disclosed today thai the Federal Dmeiui of Investigation had warned him of u Klan plot aualnst his life. Arniill said the plot was halehed i un Allanla klavern whU-li hud been previously MciitHH'J. us a >lroni!-iirni branch of the ho.Hk'd order, Arnall Mild the nlle^ed plan eaUed for the names o( five Klansuicu tn lie drawn by lot from each ktarrrn. Him a high official was lo .su-iclly <lraw the names of the two men lo cany out I he plot. The FBI advised me lh:>l these two, unknown lo each other anil In anyone else except the HI and ilrunon. are to be given the job of talihin care? of me," he said. Arniill did not say how far tilting .he plan had progressed, whether It lad been discarded 01- If Die VIM had nipped il In the bud. lie teii:le:l lo lauiih II off as "silly." the stinui as he lias the numerous tlnvult'iilnii letters he lias received .since recently laniichliu; Ihe klan-lilllln^ campaign. Arnall also took m'cus-.oii ;otiay to empliatleally deny thai lie In or over was a member of the xlnti and accused the KICK nf rcscirtinj; lo blackmail In a rciuutcd aftltluvit altesllni! that he hud been «lven a membership card for Sfii), ''ho stale Illed art Ion 111 Supi'ilnr Court yesterday lo revoke the klin's t'lmrlcr un rjround.s that the order Is con.splrinn to take over the orderly processes of law. Attorneys for the kliin announced 1 thai an answer will he filed before Ihe !ci;al deadlin-' of July 10. For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 W» Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt for Fills URKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. K. M. L»rkln Diplomatic Jep |is NHW YORK. (UP) — Hlx jeeps owned by the United Nations him; dlplomiilic immunlly In New York. A notice, posted in all police precincts said the jeeps carry no New York reulslratlon plates, bill each vehicle lias a United Mutton i Iden-1 tlflciitlon on the rear, Ncis. I lo (i. 'Members of the force," llio noilce. I said, "will not interfere with Ihe operators of such vehicles for op- without reyislration." The good old U. S. A. is still Ihe Promised Land to most ot Europe, and thir, year, 5,000.000 Europeans would try (o lake the next ship for America if they were nol restrained by immigration quotas, according to a State Department visa official. Immigration laws permit a total of 150,000 > persons from all parts of Ihe world lo enter the U. S. annually. Map above shows immiuralion \- quotas of European countries. All save three are expected to be heavily "oversubscribed," with t long waiting lists. Typical is France, which has never before filled its <[uota of 300 per monlh. In | May, Ihcre were over 1000 French applicr.lions. The three stay-at-home nations arc Groat Britain, ^ whose citizens don't emigrate much; Russia, where "emigration" is not n good word to whisper with-' in hearing of the Kremlin; and Eire, which lias not filled since depression days. Rugged State Park Area fails to Give Up Clue To Girl Missing 5 Days FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., June 22. i UP)—Forest Service officials, state Police and other officers today planned to concentrate their search en a rugged mountain near tn.T Devil's Den area in an effort to find 8-ycar-old Kathcrine Val Alst of Kansas City, who disappeared Monday. Prosecuting Attorney Jeff Duly today planned an investigation ot the girl's disappearance. Yesterday a water hole holow the rock dam at Devil's Den State Park, wa s drained but no trace of the youngster's body was foiina. The hike above the dam had previously benn drained. Ths child's father. John Van Alst. collapsed late yesterday and is in a Fayetteville hospital. The little girl, her parents, and two brothers came here on a vacation a few days ago. Senate Passes Appropriation Bill for Navy WASHINGTON, June I'l. fU.IV) — Tlir. Senate ycslcnlny pnwicd Ji S4,1COO,OQO Nnvy appropriation for 1917 — the 1 surest ijfueclimc Nnvy fund. It will maintain n force of 1.0-15 combat whips, 500,000 enlisted men , , and 58,000 officers \'l iiiontns. in the coining Study Planned of State's Natural Resources FAYETTKVILLE, Ark., June '.!2. JP>—1'lans were bntiw completed today for a thorough study of iho .state's natural resources this Kmn- mcr by a special class in the University of Arkansas' General Extension service. To bo known as "a seminar in tl>o basic resources of Arkansas." tr.o com SL' is tentalively bouked lor the first two weeks in August. It, will be tauuht by Dr. J. Norman I'ayne. professor of geology with tho llu- riMiu of Hcsearch, and limited to M SEC Requests Extension of Security Act Hey/ Look Where You're Coin'! PHILADELPHIA. June 22 <UP>— The Securities and lixciianyc Commission yesterday presented :T report to Congress recoimurjmlinj; an extension of the protective provisions of the Securities Kxt-hatiyc Act, of 1934. The reconimomlntinn was in the form of a proposed amendment I'i- iencied to afford investors in ccnnm unregistered securities the prwtuc- tions now available to investors i:i socurlties which are registers! hy their issuers with the euniinissicn?. SEC Chairman Ganson Purccll, at a press meeting at comniHsk'n heaciqiiartci's. here termed the pin- posed amendment "a further step in meeting its (the commission's) obli- ' - gallons 1 ' to Congress to study the mechanics of over-the-counter raav- kct. The luncndmcnt would apply In .mrcgisterecl corporations having at least $3,000.000 in assets an tint least. :iUO security holders anil \vmilci sttbjcct them to the reportiim and related requirements of .scclioi;:; >!!, 13, 14 and 16 of the Act now :ii>p'.jca- blc only to securities listed on ex- | changes. ' Parole Board to Meet LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Juno 22 ( UP)— Wednesday. July ' 3. w a f. scheduled todny for (he next merl- iiiu "f the State }loar<l of Pardons Paroles and Probations. A total >)1 (IT clemency applications will be considered inuludins; W request, 1 ! foi piii'olcs. 13 for furtouRhs und .six foi commutation of sentences. dray loaded with UNRKA (lour, Ihis Yugoslavian driver turns! head to look nl huge portraits of Lenin. Marshal Tito and; ph .Slnlin disijluycd on one of main streets in Split. Croatia After Your 40th Birthday . . . Life is oftci'i ono nche nftcr another. Drink Mountnin Valley Wnlcr as a natural aid in the Ircat- incut of ARTHRITIS iind NEURITIS. Don't neglect recurring wins. Ask your Doctor about Mountain Valley \Vatci-, and how it helps lo eliminate pain- causiug loxins. Order i< case today. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP in and Division BIylheville, Ark. i% FARM LOANS nn loans madn to fit your individual needs. Our payment privilege granted all borrowers. Let us )lain our Prc-1'aymeiit Reserve Plan. ) EXTRA CHARGES—NO APPLICATION, •PRAISAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION \ve arrange a loan with you it is good business for to make it fit your needs because farm loans are jrood investment only when they arc good for the •m owner. OBLE GILL AGENCY 2ncoe Bldg. Phone 3131 HOWS YOUR RADIO We Give 1 to 2 Days Service on any Make. •We'll Make .It Work! Fred Phone 2642 We Call For and Pclivcr Antliuri/t'il iMoUirdlii K:ti3io Sales and Service 10(> Soulli First St. Used Ice Refrigerators -50-75-100 GootI Used Singer Sewing M;tchiru'—sows like new NEW CEDAR CHKSTS—New Perfect Sleeper Inncrspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 East Main I'honc 2302 All our Employees are War Veterans. Phone 931 for better TAXI SERVICE For limjj lri|>s—ri or imiro to (Memphis in l t itlli< It nek. ncur | train Tan: for round trip. LOCAL CALL . , . Twin Gables . . . 35c Midnight Inn . 50c Golf Club ... 50c Manila $4.00 Osceola ... $4.00 Other places in comimrlson. J. R. Payne, manager Lake and Main Roseland Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Ol'KN SUNDAY — GAS 20e Davis, niiiiuij;cr Hiw«v IS West No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDKIOW .T. FLOUIDA, Vicc-1'rcsiilunt PHONIC 210 Mississippi County Bank Building Osceola, Arkansas Join the Ark. Automobile Club and enjoy it's many benefits YOUR MEMBERSHIP SAVES ! YOU 20'« ON AUTO INSURANCE Ivan R. VanPatten Your Safes Representative , 418 S. L;iko St. Phone 2-10!) )' Need a 24-hr. Service TAXIH Tnll 968 Bonded and Insured Bill Wundcrlich We Have Movet// Riales Land Co. vii._.._ Now Located in The Hale Building /cross from City Hall Call or see RIJHSRU, K. RTAI.KS if yon hnve a I;arm for ,S;ile or Trade in Northeast Arkansas or boiithcaHt Missouri. 13Z2 | .^MIMVHi f*M! TT^Hfl /\Nl SprfiPE^WlS? «£j t A.-JK3c>& ailill v.05 GR W WAILS CF A HOSPWl FOB. THE IN5*SE. BEGINS THE V HWROWINS E*F£RIEN« WE \c GOT -Ti,-\H TO REHEARSE) j,<i 'Jf?AC1 BEFOfSET .^^ I_^&.:H TOO DIDN'T TV)' UOX> LOOSE- BUT IF BOSWEIL USED CARS WANTED Wo will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. If yon nrc K«>in>j lo keep your present car Icl us give you nn estimate on reconditioning your motor, body and painting. Credit terms can lit; nrrnngvd. Tires, Tiibcn and auto and home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmoliile Kant Main St. CMC Trucks Phone 519 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK tEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLyTVlLLEJARK. %•:•«,. -^,- •* .VACANT.. . Nice five-room house on corner lot. c<(uip- ped with iiiitoni.itic liol water heater. Newly decorated inside and mil. In good condition. Has five-room lu'iusc on rear of lot. Immediate possession. Quick Sale at $7500. Five-room house with hath, located on North I''if(h Street. Three-room apartment on roar of lot now rented. Possession in fifteen days. Priced $1000. List Your Properly With Us ... We Have Several liuyers Waiting. DAVID REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENT CO. Phone 'M33 110 North Second Street Call F. H. .toyncr, salesman, or K. I!. David R tf I Pj For othrock DRUGS Free Delivery Phone 451

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