The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 3, 1947
Page 6
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TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 10-17 BI/VTHEVIU-K (ARK.)' COUH1KU MOWS Yugoslavs Back Tito in Seizures U. S. Protest Against Italian Property Grab Meets with Rejection By DONALD J. (iONKAI.KS (United l>ri-ss Staff <:om>si>«ii<lent) WASHINGTON, Jim c 3. (U|», _ lavIa, after six weeks of slV- lias rejected ;\ United Slates liest, axalnst Marshal Tito's seizure or Italian property from Trieste, It was revealed yesterday. The State Ucimrtmcnl on March 27 charged in a formal note that Yugoslavia had made wholesale removals of property in Zone B of Trieste — under temporary Yugoslav administration — in violation of the Italian peace terms. Slate Department officials told iv reporter tVinl the Yugoslav Government, in a reply dated May 14. turned down the American Protest, claiming that: 1. All property removed from its zone of Trieste uclongcd to "Pas- cists " 2. The U. S. had permitted re- PAG* moval of Italian properly from Trieste Xone A, the sector under AaigUo-AmcrlCHii coivlml. The United stales ]ms permitted about 28.000 Italians to leave Trieste and take tlieir own property 'with them. Hut none of the property was confiscated by the U. S, officials said. On tlie other hand, It was said, the United Slates has evidence Unit Marshal Tito's Commtinist- domlnatert government has "seized about everything it could «et its hands on" in Us zone of Trieste. Property known to have been carted away Includes shipbuilding facilities, half completed ships, cattle, cannlni; equipment, and even typewriters and bicycles. Yugoslavia's rejection of the American protest was revealed as the United States charted Us future policy toward the newly-created. .Comiminist-doininnlcd government in Hunjjary. A Soviet coup d'etat has eliminated most aiHI- Comimmist smallholder parly officials from the former democratic government. Older Brothers Advice Ignored; Train Kills Child More licat Is required to increase the temperature of water than that of any other substance. except hydrogen. safe/ w;t/T . Va., June 3, (UP) — The lour older brother! mid sisters nlwnys told seven-year!>ld IXmiihis Muiiiiw tint he was too little to Inn nlonR with them. They nlwnys tried to »hoo him home, like nil older brothers and sisters, lie might get hurt, they told him Dill little Douglts UK- Rt'<l nloiig anyway. Yesterday KS usual, Douglas was behind the older young- sters they started tanti » nU- lond bridge. , Then they taw it — * Uaek »p«ek la the distance, ctttta*'' ,l»rr>r. It was a n cxpreu trtin »t lull throttle. I The older children pcr«un«d cod ran. ' ' . : Little DoueU* rjin too, but nil short legs couldn't 0*177 him l»*t enough and he ran out of brMih The train roared onto UM U*«tte. DouKlas jumped. He wa s dead wh«n they reached him. HLs head had (truck * it**) girder when he jumped. ' Douglas was too email. Head Courier* Newt Adi. FARM LOANS You ron now .secure the most nllrnotlvc farm lonh In- history. Low rales ot interest, extremely long terms with liberal prepayment privileges. PruotlcRlly mi expense, nttnchcd. If your pr*«nt lonn docs not bear less UIHII r>% liilercjit you will cermlnly b« Interested In our Fnrin Lonns, Unlimited nmmmt nvBilnbln. Ruoh tn opportunity may never exist again, So if you wish to nnano* or refinance, write or see A. F. DIETRICH c/o Ifnllrit Insurance Agency - 2MI'j W. Main — (inard Bl<l[. BlytlH-vlllo, Ark. ,;. ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS BRANDS 126 W. MAIN ST. PHONE 515 Mother Truman's Farewell: 'BE A GOOD BOY f HARRY 1 The umisiiHUy close companionship between rresulcnt '1'ruinnn ;in(t mother, Mrs. Mnrliiu E. Truiniui, is well illuslnitrd by these ijIcturA.s. That he held the highest office in the land probably seemed Itss real to her thiui that he was ."till her boy Harry. Tho t:il is told (hut her purling admonition at the end of his visils was alwuy "Be a goort boy, Hurry." She followed his activities closely In the ncwspiincrs and on the radio, listening to '.every bi'oadeast of his spoechc. 1 :;. Her momenUs came, despilc her due, she went Lo the polls and • proudly cxst her vole for him. Washington Vulnerable to A-Bomb Attack WASHINGTON, June 3. (UI>) The Coast Artillery Journal said today three atomic bombs could wipe out the city of Washington an t i urged that immediate steps be taken lo nrcparc the nation against atomic attack. .Lt. Col. David B. Parker, author of numerous : military ; articles' on atoniic.niat^Qrs, .said..y><jjjhr(jp targets for 'alorn**tK>tnDing of Wasli- ! State Spending | Reaches Peak In Arkansas Ll'lTLE nocic. Ark., Juno' 3. iUP)— 'i'lic Stale of Arkansius spent, more money during the past !'•! months U;an ai]y similar period hi il.s history, State Treasurer J. VttiU'a Clayton announced today. With the close of Ihc accounting year on May 31, Ulaylon .'.aid thai I he stale redeemed warranj-s ainouiiihiK to S'/B.ll'J.l}! during tile past 12 months—$2CO,COO less than inglon would be the federal Iri- nng!c, the Navy Yard and the Pciliapron •1)tiilrling;--hefldquM:iefC«( the War Department. ' He said the only hope of. survival of Washington's more than a million inhabitants would be in underground shelters. But the city's one and one-hair billion dollars worth of buildings \\ould be ic- duced to rubble or charred hulks Parker said. wns .collccteil during the same period ' The Mnlo look In from all sources inrhidlni! federal conlrlliullons, $78.340.115 (turhiB the year. T' collections were $14.000.000 ai>o\i: the $l>4,037,eit c.olleclcd (lurhiB the I94!i-'ir) nctromiiliiK year. Clayton said the stale's collections durhiB may amounted to 18.f21.240 wlillc hlM ulfice redeemed warrants amounUnc lo $5.48:1.080. Fraud Conviction Upheld By U. S. Supreme Court I 'WASHINGTON, jime :i. <ui')--! The U. S. Sniircme Court yeslei 1 - ilay nplield thn until fraiul conviction o[ ,M!\yor James M. Cnrtey "f "'nstoi'V^ • " ' •••! The (rlhiinul refused to review the conviction of the former Democratic co]i»n'R';iii!iii and governor of Massachusetts. Cnrlcy hn:l appealed from a "lo- cisloii by tile u. S. Court of Appeals here in January, upholding u KUllLy '.verdict of the District court' in I February, ID4G. WAHNINi; OltDKR IN Tin: ()IIANCI-:UV tJdint'i < I1IUKASAWIIA DISTItKrr MIS SISSIITI COUNTY, AHKANSAb Landys RowlcLl I'laln'.il vs. No. 10,010 Tim J. RowteU Ucfendan The di'fendiinl Tim J. Uowlctt. i hrrt'by warned lo apjicur \vil.hl Unity days In the court named I the caption hereof and answer th complaint ol tlm plaintiff Landy Rowldl. I uaU'd Mils 1<J day of May. IS I HARVEY MOHIllb. Clerk Hy l);tty »nilth, ilopnt Vlrijll Oi'eene, Alty. for Plnlnllf Head Courlnr Ncvvs Wani Ads' Attention Ladies of Blytheville My Ttiinl Semi-Aniuiiil Knle will lie held-oh 1'Yidny ;imt Saturday, June 5lh ;iud 6th. I lind hoped tlits hotels and tourist cnnu>si would tukc cave of the people who were coming. UUTTHKY AHK ALREADY KUL1,! ' I.awt fiill, mutiy of you giive mo reservations, The niiirltet crush came tho dity before the sale, r,ua many of the people who hud reserved rooms djd not come on this account. I regrcled this in moro waya Iliun one. IK YOU 'HAVK A Sl'AHK ROOM thnt you could rent out for tl)<> 4th, 5th, and (ith, won't, vnti pleaao either ciill one of the girls at (V7G 01 the Manager's Office ul the Nnljle Hotel—telephone 2'I28 They hAvp HKreed to cooperate with me in placing the visitors. Kc.icrvnlioiiH are completely exliausled at all ho'teln and tourist homos in Ulytheville and Oserohi. This i.s u big advertisement for Hlythevillo and hotusmir itccommodutions must be fotuul for scoiea of visitor* We appeal to you to leiul your fullest cooperation, C. G. Smith Give Your Skin a Tingle In Spite of Rising Heat Waves After tlie cooling tub ... or ro- fresiling shower, you'll Ijr. happy to face tlie tcmpcriifuro. ;iK;>in . . . will) a fresh, cooing fcelinjj Iliat i.s delightful, indeed! I'ui'O water i.s the No. 1 essential for Hie health of every individual. All our efforts are directed: toward maintaining an abundance, uf pure water, so essential to UK: health and happiness of the people of Blytheville. Water Is Your Cheapest Commodity H P| ^ sc '* Freely Blytheville Water Co. BERNARD ALLEN, Mtntf v Your Cheapest Commodity!* or light-traffic roads and streets, secondary and auxiliary airport surfaces, large auto parking areas Wherever light-traffic pavements must be built at lowest first cost, it pays to use Soil-Cement. SERVICE.PROVED. Soil- cement has thoroughly demonstrated its durability and strength tinder all weather conditions. Hundreds of miles of roads and millions of square yards of airport runways of soil-cement are now in use. SOIL-CEMENT IS a scientific, mixture of portland cement and the soil on the site. Moistened and compacted,it hardens into a strong, dura- ble material highly resistant to sun, rain and frost. First cost is low because soil- cement is about 90% soil. Large areas can be put down rapidly with simple equipment and ordinary labor. Precise but simple methods of laboratory control assure durability. MONEY SAVING. Soil- cement does for light-traffic uses what portlnnd cement concrete does for heavier duty—it provides long serviceability at low annual cost. Urge your officials to use soil- cement where light-traffic pavements are needed. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 010 Falls BlilR.. Memphis 3, Tcmi. 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