The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 9, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 9, 1946
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TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARKJ COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVB •our Brothers Surrender Aiter lodging Draft for Four Years CHIOA'GO, July 9. tU.P.)—Four by bai ria:<!li>n themselves In a insky brothers were In federal I tiny corner room of Inelr parents' usloity today nfter confessing home lit Ontnrloville, nlXHil 15 lint they had hidden in a tiny i miles northwest, of here. ttic room on Ihelr parents' farm He said they hud left their room or four years to evade the draft. I only on moonless nights when The brothers, ranging hi age I they sometimes exercised by run- rom 23 to 40 yenrs, surrendered nine up mid down n cow pntli UNRRA Official Criticizes China Executive in Charge In Shanghai Says Needy Do Not Get Aid. SHANGHAI. July 9. (UP! -The UNRRA staff in China has ,,ugi f'\ to Director Plorello H. LaGuar- <lia that persistent mlsuss ot • ' ^JNRRA supplies by the Chinese government for political nml otbei purposes might justify shipping the • food and materials to other parts of the world, it was learned lortny The UNRRA slan in Shanghai it wns learned, suggested that the supplies might be sent to "the need) elsewhere In the world who would be assured of receiving those slip plies." The slat! sent the drastic messntic to LaGuardia atler the Chines government advised the United : Stales that J. Franklin Ray. UN I RHA director, was "persona nm ;. grata" because of his criticism o China's mishandling ot UNRRA ma ' tcrials. The message to LnGnnrdln clraru rd that UNRRA supplies, aiui sen ices arc being used In China "a political weapon." Tlic result, the telegram asser was that valuable supplies nee cumulating and arc being wa through deterioration and theft . while "the starving continue to , starve. 1 ' ',';. UNRRA officials charged Irr.t less than two per cent of ;ill Ihe supplies sent to China had baen permitted to reach areas Jwlil by the Chinese Communists. I The message to LnGuardi.i was . signed by 300 members ot the UN- RRA stair. It sai(i that "it would be unfortunate though justified if because ot continued failures of the Chi- Jiese government yon are compelled to direct supplies to the needy elsewhere in the world who would be assured of receiving those supplies." The message said that documented evidence of the mishandlhv; of N supplies in China was onTile in the W^hinn office. It said that the Chinese government had failed to provide funds for Chinese relief and rehitbilita tion programs in many regions crippling their operations. "This is a prime reason why sup plies in the warehouses are not do iivcred to the needy," the message said. "It is the compelling force causing disregard of agreed yoli cies nnd results in sale of basic foods without controls while man\ peoples die." It snic\ that "despite numerous protests from the China otlii-e of UNRRA supplies have not been (Its tributed in many areas for political . reasons. UNRKA suppliej are being '-"need as* V poiilicaVweaixm in China.** Rav is the second UNRRA chief in China to come to disfavor with the government, Benjamin Katee-r, his predecessor, resigned under similar circumstances. It was understood Ray probably will return to the. United States to resume his ^'post as head of UNRRA.'s far East"... ern Aflairs office. Echoes of OPA's Death Rattle 23 10 40 0 Federal Bureau of Investigation agent,"; after learning that H na- lonwlde search was being organ- zed for them. George R. McSwaln, Chicago FBI director, identified the men as the Gabriel brothers, Albert. 40; Frank, 3D; Henry. 26, and Ernest, 23. He termed it one of Lhe "most aggravated cases of draft evasion of the war." FBI Agent Edward W. Halloran. who had been engaged in a game of hide-and-seek with the four brothers for the past 24 months, said they had escaped delentton and down n cow on a lonely part of the form. Hitllornn. recalling his prolonged search for (he elusive brothers, said they never showed themselves nlthough a close wntch was kept on the tann house, On eivch of his many trips to farm, he .said, the no Indications of whereabouts. . After the boys fisivc themselves up yesterday, the parents admitted they had spent their entire savings of $1,'CO to feed and clothe their sons during their confinement. the Gabriel parents gave their sons' Re-Hearing Sought For Druggist's Slayer tITTLE ROCK. "Ark.. • .Iniv P. (UP)—Attorneys for 24-year-old Eldoii CJliit^oo'rt UKla'v ' •aintern- plaled (iling an application for a rc-hcarini;. after'the supreme Court, of Arkansas yesterday held that lie must die in the electric clwir for the murder last March oi Ray- mend Morris. Mena druggist and city alderman. Tlie high court yesterday affirmed a Polk County circuit court verdict, and dismissed two claims of ChitToori's attorneys lor a reversal o( the lower court decision. \\1iy Mountain Valley Water Is Recommended for Arthritis-Kidney Bladder CONDITIONS ' This natural mineral walrr from Hot Springs, Arkansas, helps to— Stimulate kidney function. Soothe bladder irritation. Neutralize uricacidlty. Discharge poisonous wastes. VALLEY WATKK From Hot Springs, Ark. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main >t Division, Blytheville, Ark MOUNTAIN MINERAL Number of Polio Cases Increases Four Deaths Reported in Arkansas as List Of Victims Grows. LITTLE ROCK, July 0. (UPW- Little Rock health department em- iloyes today began a war on in- 'antlle paralysis that has struck 20 times smd caused four death.! In Arkansas in the past two weeks. They bcgau spraying DDT oil areas where cases of polio have occurred in the capital city. One new case was reported in Little Rock yesterday, bringing Ut- tle Rock's total to eight for the year compared with two at the same time last year. New case's >r North Little Rock and in Jono"- boro also were reported vesteniay Dr. W. P. Scarlett. Liltle Rook health officer, said that DDT kill Hies, believed to be carriers of the virus causinc the disease. Records at the State Health Department show that the slate hac 19 cases of polio this year lliron? the week ending June 22 an:! has Shatter Par in Trans-Mississippi Golf I3ENVKR, Colo., July 9. (Ul>> — ill's, lluljc DUIrlksou 7,iill:\rlas 'Jf Oliver and I'olly lliley. Fort Woilli. l'ex., colter, led u Held of 32 qunll- (ici.s today ni the bet{limlng ul imti'li pluy In the women's Tnvus- Mlsslsslppl Uul! T<>\iriinmiM«. Mrs. KnhnrhiH unil Miss Hlley illi tinned In Til cards yesterday to stuire im'ihiUM honors. The scon's were four strokes under women's l>nr for the Uenver Country Club course. June 27, 1941). Scaled bids, in triplicate, will l» received at this office mill 2 p.m., July 25, 1M« and then i>ublicly o|«?ncd, for (urnlsliliie thu uinti-i'lnls, and iivrfornilnij the work tor intcrlot' unit exterior painting, nlscellimeous repairs, etc,, at Iho U. S. I'. O., niythcville, Arkansas In strict accordance with the specifications dated PH-Dlv-Q, May 0, O, and ilruwinijs til tmy) men Honed therein: and the general conditions dated Sept. IB, 1013 and addendum thereto dated May 15, 1014. Specifications and other tints nmy be had at the office oi the cus- todltm of the building or the offloe of the Division Engineer. Irring D." Porter, Division'Engineer. t, Read Courier News Want Ada. Refrigerator Service, ,, Fred Lawler ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. •' -. J W. Adma* Mcr, ».•"«•• Phone 2011 2W-M W. Miiri Liquor, Beer Dealers To Get Printed Rules LITTLE HOCK. Ark., July 11. (UP)—Slate UOVBIHIO comml.ssloii- or Ollio A. Cook today plunncil W start distribution of printed rules niirt regulations to nil liquor «nd beer dealers In Ihe stale. Cook said yesterday that this w's >c first (line in history (hut (he emulations \\vrt) printed nnd laced nil record with the Secrc- iry of State. Venture of a reccnl demonstvalion by 5000 [ju l.uoj) section, protesting end ot OPA and rent controls, was this "funeral" for Ihe defunct iiscncy. Four "pall-bearers" wear Iho names of Senators Taft, Brooks, Wherry and O'Diinlcl on their hats. lad 20 cases since that limo. Four deaths were reported to (lie lenarlment— one each In Loyan While. Crnlghead an.- ruusxl counties. Fulaski county led the stale with x cases last week, one less tlnui .lie seven the previous week. Three new eases have been vporte-:! this week. Cralghead County reported UYO cases Inst week and one this week. Dr. A. M. Washburn, director of the Division of Communicable Diseases, saiil that the 1037 epidemic, which reached a tola! of 34-! case.-;, started in the final week of June and continued through July. Ileallh department records show that only 12 cases had been reported at this lime last year, compared with 3D at this time. The total for 194f> was O'l cases. MOSQUITOES and FLIES are LOADED with 'KILL THEM WITH \ ^gSU^r-% tm mrtoviD • <S^-^ FLY-TOX DEODORIZED FLY-TOX GRADE_AAPiRtTHRUMSPM Quick Act Safe federal Works Agency, Public iilldtngs Administration, 550 Post Hllcc Ilutldlng. Dallas I, Texns, MILLIONS TO LOAN 4* Where Your Flowers Are — You Aral ... One call to us wilt arrange to have' ~ybur' remembrances sciit,« not juat orice, but-month after month, Ask about this plan. f .TJ>. BtrrtM .We DeUrcr . Ul Mn. I. M. (MM) WtlllUM, «wr« U«. l/rs Rolhrock DRUGS Free Delivery * Phone 451 "G.I. Farm Loans City Loans F.H.A. Loans Also: Conventional I.onus 5-7 & l() Years on (Jood Residence and JJ n H i n c s s I'ropcrty. W. M. BURNS REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE COMPANY I'llONK: H3(il Used Ice Refrigerators - 50-75-100 (>onil Used Singer Sewing Machine—sews like new* NKW CKDAK CHKSTS—New Perfect Sleeper 1 nncrcpring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 East Main AH our Employees nr« War Veteran*. Phone 2302 Mnry Stunrt, above,'comes from Tulsa, Okla., Which is a lot nearer to Hollywood than New York is, but she found that the longest \vay 'round is the. shortest cut to a film career. She went to New York, worked as a model days and a photographer at night. While on ths latter job, producer Joe Pasternak saw hen Result—a screen 1 contract Read Courier News Want Ada. Heavy breeds, 3 to 30 days old. Prices reasonable. Good supply feeds nnd poultry supplies. North 4th at Elevator Feed Store. Phone 931 for better TAXI SERVICE For long trips—5 or more <o Memphis OT I/ittlc *R«k, near train fare for round trip. | LOCAL CALL . . . Twin Gabies. , .35c Midnight Inn . 50c Golf Club 50c Manila $4.00 Osceola .... $4.00 Other places In comparison. i J. R. Payne, manager Lake and Main Waiting for you at Adam's Record Bar: I've Got a Right to Erskine Hawkins My Fickle Eye Betty Button Remember Me Tommy Dorsey • n Love In Vain Johnny Desmond 8 To Bar, B«ogie Woogie Pete Johnson Albert Ammons Glenn Miller Album Slarmaker Albnm Tommy Dorsey Cornpletc Stotk of Needles & Accessories RCAV ICTOR RECORDS Means fine Tbtacco o smoke that smoke QUALITY OF PRODUCT g IS ESSENTIAL TO CONTINUING SUCCESS m FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Abstracts of Title '2l3 > W.' 1 Walnut Lands -— Loans Phone 2381 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVIUE ARK. ; 24-hr. Service TAXI!! Coll Bonded and Insured 968 BilJ Wunderlich ADAMS APPLIANCE Co. 3. W. Adams. M«r. ' w. M»m NOW OPEN! Blytheville's Only Exclusive Used Car. Dealer WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS AND TRUCKS TOP PRICES PAID See Us Before You Sell! If You Want a Better Car, We Can Deal! See Us Today Bud Wilson Auto Sales Phone 2037 Franklin and Main Sts.

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