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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 22, 1946
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SATURDAY. JUNK 22, 1946 UNEconomicUnit Adjourns Session Refugee Organization Plans Bring Debate / From Russians NEW YORK. June 22. IUI'> — 'J'he Uniicd Nation.s Kconomic and Social Council, alter a Kriiellinii but succe.vilul i:i-hour drive to clear Us jiiicmla O f alt major items, adjourned today until Aug. 31. President Ramaswami Murial'iii' »f India, niixluus to wind up the council's second four-week .session by midnight. prodd:d the delegates remorselessly lo finish their work. Allhaugli all major disputes !ri<l already been thiashed out anil voted on in committee meetings, the soviet and Ukrainian deltg-ite.s insisted—apparently for the record —in proposing and arguing lor a string cl amendments which Mere plainly doomed lo defeat. Most serious dispute was over the drall constitution of a projected international refugee orynn- ization. Russia and the Ukraine, supported by Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia, have fought a lolly and loMnt; battle to exclude from international aid all pclitjcal reduces who have, fled ficm eastern L'uropc .since the wars end because they don't tlieir ixjst-war fjovcrmnenl.s. Tile council vo:ed yesterday, i ever, to grant akl to all displaced persons except known war criminals, traitors and quislings and persons who have been leaders lioslil? activities against their home governments. Russia, insisting that the UN's primary objective should be lo repatriate all refugees whose governments will lake them back, served notice that she will carry the fight to the UN general assembly September. The draft constitution of the refugee organization now goes to UN member governments For co'.n- ^iefi'l, and then to the assembly loi approval and final ratification !» individual nations. The council yesterday also: 1. Rejected a Russian plea 101 full non-voting participation in the council's dilibsratiolis by the World Federal ion of Trade Unions, but gave the WFTU special cons'il- tative privileges. 2. Created a 20-nalicu committee to make a quick survey of the world's war-'cUvastatcd areas—including, if necessary former enemy territories—and suggest UN reconstruction measures. 3. Defeated a Yugoslav proposal for an on-the-spot investigation of allied disp'accd person camps in Germany and Austria, jvl'.erc Yugoslavia and the Ukraine" have charged that <iuisliiiBs and war traitors are being harbored. BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS How Europe Knocks on Uncle bom's uoor PAGE THREE. Countries expected to Mil rheif quotas Countries with unfilled quotas Georgia Governor Te//s of FBI Warning that KKK May Kill Him ATLANTA. On., June 22. (DIM — , 3ov. Kills Arnnll. who Is devotln; His lasl mouths In office lo a piT- sonul bottle Hgalnst the Kit Klux Klmi. disclosed today lhal (he V'ed- crnl llmc'au of liivesllmilin'i lurl filed htm of n Klun plot II.;II|IIM his life. Anmll said the i>]ot wns hatched In u n Atlanta klavern which hud •n previously Idenllfled us a .slrnng-urin branch of tho liojd"d ordrr. Anmll mi Id Hie alleged plan culled for the nnmc.s of five Klunsmeu lo ilruwn by lot from each kl:'"< rn. llien i high official wns lo si eerily i\v Ihe nniiies of the two men lo cany out. the plot. "The FBI ndvlsed me (hut these two. unknown to each oilier and in anyone else except the grand drui'.im rue to be given the job ol lakl:in Diplomatic J*'t'|is NK\V VOllK. (UP) • Six Jri'|>'i owned by the United Nations luxe. (Uplomnltc Immunity In New York. A notice posted In idl police pn 1 - clnct.s snld the. Jeeps curry no New Yoi k ivulstriilion plute.s. bill c;ifh vehicle has u United Nation i Idcn- llUenllnii nu tliu renr. Nos. 1 in li. "Members of Hie force," I lie nmic.c snld, "will not interfere with the oiK'rulnrs of Mich vehicles fur op- enillng wlllionl rcBlslnitlon." cart? of me," he 1 suld. Athull did not MIV how fur ulmu; the phui had proi 1 .] e.s.sed, whethe:' It ll been discarded or If llio I-'JH had nipped It In '."si- bn<|. lie teiulc:! to hiunh It off us "Kllly," the sinu-j letters IIP Im.s received since reoemly liuiiicliliii; Ihf klan-klllliiK eampaUii. rVt'imll also look i.«'cus:oii ;oiiuy to emphatically deny Unit ho In or ever wns a member of I he Kliiu and licensed the KKK of resorllni; to blackmail In a reported alniliivlt ullestlni! (hat he hud been uh'eii a membership card lor $!iO. <'hc, stnt<> filed iicllon In Hnpi'ri.ii- Court yesti'rtlay t(t revoke the kl ui's chaiter tin ground. 1 , thut the iml»r is conspiring to lake over the orderly imicessi's of law. Attorneys for ihe. klnn uiiuonnced thai nn answer will be filed before the Icnal dcndlln •• of July 10. For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 W« Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt for Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION K. M. I-»rkln 219 East Main St. Hulen llalmcf j The good old U. S. A. is still the Promised Land to most of Europe, and this year, 5,000,000 Euro- M peans would try to take the next ship for America if they were not restrained by immigration E' quotas, according to a State Department visa official. Immigration laws permit a total of 150,000 persons from all parts of the world to enter the U. S. annually. Map above slum's immigration quotas of European countries. All save three are expected to be heavily "oversubscribed." with long waiting lists. Typical is France, which has never before filled its quota of U08 per month. In May, there were over 1000 French applications. The three slay-id-homc nations are Great UriUiin. whose citizens don't emigrate much; Russia, where "emigration" is not (i good word lo whisper with- in hearing of the Kremlin; and Eire, which has not filler! iii-- *>"^in since depression days. The woodcock front of its eyes. has Its ears In Rugged State Park Area fails to Give Up Clue To Girl Missing 5 Days FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., June 22. i UP I—Forest Service officials. Stale Police and other officers today planned to concentrate their search on a rugged mountain near tn.r Devil's Den area in an effort to find H-yeai-old Katheiine Val Alst I of Kansas City, who disappau-cd Monday. Prosecuting Attorney Jeff Duly today planned an invcslienlion ol the girl's disappearance. Yesterday „ water Iiolc bclo'.v the rock dam at Devil's Den suite Park, was drained but no tract of the youngster's body was foiinci. The lake above the dam had orc- viously been drained. Tlis child's father. John Van Alst, collapsed late yesterday and is in a Payctteville hospital. | er parents, and two brothers came here on a vacation a few days ago. SEC Requests Extension of in a Faycttevillo hospital. JC-,-, lk -I+-. , A ^-4- The little girl, her parents, JUKI OeCUniy /ACT Senate Passes Appropriation Bill for Navy WASHINGTON. June 22. fU. Tlv Senate yesterday pussc-d S4,]CCO,000 Navy al>E>n>prmlLnii for 1047 — the largest peacetime N'.ivy fund. It will maintain a force of 1,0-15 combut ships, 500.000 enlisted mm Study Planned of State's Natural Resources FAYUTFEVILLE, Ark., Juno 'J2. (UP i—Pluns wen? buhiK rotuplrd'-il loiluy for a thorott^li study of Iho state's natur;il rfKnurces this Summer by ;i special cliiss in the L)ul- vcrsily of Aikuunus' G tin era I Kxlt'ii- MOM .sorvli-c'. To be. 1 known as ":i .seminal' In till' jjiMc i'c.sources of Arkniusus," I ho IVP'J is IcnlrUivtily btiukccl lor tin; it Uvo wt'cks iti AnmiKl. Jt will tjiuuht by Dr. J. Norman IMyr.o, ami 53,000 officers 12 months. in the coining Hey, Look Where You're GoinT PHILADELPHIA, June 22 CUP) The Securities and Kxciinnyu Cuni- mission vest01 (Jay presented n report to Congress reconnpontl nn extension of the prolocttve provisions of the Securities Excha Act, of 1934. The recoinincndatioii was ii\ Uu; form of !\ proposed itinendin^n': i'i- tcudcd to afford investors in ccrtuin tin registered sccuritie.s the prot:'c:-- tions now available to investors in secut ilics which are regi.slere I hy their issuers with the commLs.sion. SEC Chnirinun Cinnson Puicei!, at a press mcclitt^ ;\t commission hcadciiuirlci'.s heix* termed th? pi'o- po.sert amendment "a further slop in meeting its (the commission's) obli- ;, r atinn-s" to Cnii^ress to si inly Hie mechanic.^ of over-the-counter ivmv- ket. The ainciKlmcnl would apply to iinrcglstered corporations haviuj; ;;1, lenst, $3.000.000 in assets an d;u lc;ist 300 security holders and v:oiilri subject them to tlin reportiiui; and related requirements of scctiors \'2. H and 1(3 of the Act now •iop!i<i,)- only lo securities listed on t.-x- chEingcs. •an of lle:search, and limited to persons. Parole Board to Meet IJTTI.E HOCK. Ark.. June 2*2 (UP)—Wednesday, July ' 3, w a ^ s(hednli-(J today for the next miri'l- inu of the State Hoard of Pardun.s Paroles and Prubatioji:;, A tfjlal o liT clemency applications will be cun sidered iuelutlin^ 4H retmests fo: paroles, Ki for furloughs and six fu: commutation of sentences. His dray londcd with UNKRA tlotir, Ihis Yugoslavian driver turns : )ns head to look nt huge porlrnits of Lenin, Marshal Tito and" Joseph SliiHn di^i)Utyt:cJ on one of main streets in Solit. Ci-oatia After Your 40th Birthday . . . Life is often one :ichc aflcr another. Drink Muiiiilain Valley Water nsn natural nict in the treatment of AHTHUITIS and NEURITIS. Don't neglect recurring r-ii"s. Ask your Doctor about Mountain Valley Water, and how It helps to eliminate pain- (.'iiusing toxins. Order a case today. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blytheville, Ark. M LOANS Fann loans rmuto to fit your individual needs. Our i-o-payiiKMiL pi'ivik-cfo granted all borrowers. Let us explain our I're-Payment Reserve Plan. NO EXTRA CHARGES—NO APPLICATION, APPRAISAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION If we arrange a loan with you it is good business for us lo make it fit your needs because farm loans arc a good investment only when they arc good for the farm owner. NOBLE GILL AGENCY Glcncoc Bldg. Phone 3131 HOW'S YOUR We Give 1 to 2 Days Service ori any Make. We'll Make .It .Work! Fred Callihan Phone 2642 We Call For and Deliver Aiithcimrd iMntnrofci K:i<lio S:ilrs and Hcrvirc l()(i Soul!) S(. Used Ice Refrigerators - 50-75-100 Good Used Singer Hewing Miicliinc—sews like new NEW CEDAR CHESTS—New Perfect Sleeper Inncrspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. d °* *° ~ THY MALARIA? ilo especially lmLal S v , n ,,l SAFE-QUICK-S Phone 931 /or better TAXI SERVICE l''ur IIIIIK trips — ft or moro to Memphis in- l t ltlle lioek, near I rain fare for roiimi trip. LOCAL CALL . i . Twin Gobies . Midnight Inn Golf Club . Manila ..... $4.00 Osccola . $4.00 Other ]il;nes In comparison. J. R. Payne, manager Lake anil Main 35c . 50c 50c Roseland Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Ol'KN SUNDAY — (JAS 2()c Gewjfc D:ivis, Mii Iliwav IS Wosl No Waiting! Ho 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 Join the Ark. Automobile Club and enjoy it's many benefits YOUR MEMBERSHIP SAVES YOU 20 '•" ON AUTO INSURANCE Ivan R. VanPatten Your Sales Representative j -118 S. L;ikc St. Phono 2<10!) ANDKMW ,r. FLORIDA, Vicu-l'rcKiduiit 1'IIONK 210 Mississippi County Bank Building Osccola, Arkansas Need 24-hr. Service Call Bonded and Insured 968 BUI Wundcrlich 301 East. Main I'honc 2302 All our Employees arc War Veterans. We Have Movecl! Riales Land Co. Now Located in The Hale Building Across from City Hall Call or KCC KUSSKU, E. KIAIJCS if you have a I;arm for Hale or Trade in Northeast Arkansas or boulhcnsl IMissdiiri. Phone 3322 liY LESLIE TURNKH TOO DiDN't Tu^i IK' LIO^ LOOSE- BUI IF E05WEU. . - . -EAR. trtAI I CAGE— Hr\."\.' EG1>5 TO SEE MIGHTJ USED CARS WANTED Wo will pay you tho full OPA Coiling plus your extra equipment. If yon nrc K<>in(j to keep your present cur let HK give you «ii cslimiitc on reconditioning your motor, body and painling. Credit terms inn be iimni^d!. Tires, Tubes and uuto and homo radios for f-ule. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. OldsmoMIe Bast Main St. CMC Trucks Phone 519 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE RG)ADS OR ANY EXCAVATION ' ' ' S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BlY^EytLLARK^ VACANT Nice five-room house 1111 corner lot. equipped xvilh auloniiitic hoi waler healer. Newly decorated inside and mil. In (jootl condition. Has five-room house on rear of lot. Immediate possession. (Juick Sale at $7500. Five-room house with hath, located on North Fifth Klrecl. Three-room apartment on rear of lot now rented. Possession in fifteen days. Priced ? 1000. List Your Properly With Us ... We Have Several liuyer.-; Waiting. DAVID REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENT CO. Phone M,'l.'! 110 North Second Street Call F. li. ,)ojncr, salesman, o- E. B. David I '"R 01 h r 0 C k DRUGS Free Delivery Phone 451

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