The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1946 · Page 10
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FACE TEN ' BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Reds Challenge I). S. Statement .; Soviets Insist Only ;; 6,000 Persons Moved ' Out of Austria. •VIENNA, July 12. (UP)—Soviet quarters today chnllenged American reports concerning Ihe evacuation of Germans from-Auslrin, claiming they were exaggerated and tljat only 6,000 persons were Involved. The Red Army newspaper Oester- relchischee Zeltiing liendllned nn account of the deportations "Nine- fold Exaggeration." It replied to reports in the American-sponsored, Weiner Kurlcr, decinrlng the reports were not (rue. The official Tnss News Agency reported tliat Ihe figure of 54,000 persons affected by the order wns "a lie" and said that the notion «a$ agreed upon by the occupation Allies in November, 1945. Government quarters snid Ihe Russians npparently hnd halted or postponed their move, possibly due to widespread publicity given to the plnn. Austrian officials expressed gratitude for the letter from Gen. Mark Clark Informing Chancellor Leopold Figl thflt the United Slatos would relinquish German properly In its zone, pending negotiations to turn It over to Austria. Foreign Minister Karl Orubersaid the action showed that the Unite'! States considered Austria "n nation which Li independent and there, fore n suitable partner for Joint solution and negotiations enjoying equal rights and privileges." Clark's commitment to Austria with regard to the seizure of property was made In his notification that the United States was ready to turn over to Austria nil German assets In the American zone, pending negotiations on renouncing- the American share In such assets. .'Chancellor Pig], hailing Clark's assurance as new proof of American/friendship, said he hoped the action would ue followed in kind by-'.Soviet occupation nuthorilies in Eastern Austria. . 'At- the same time French occupation authorities took exception to a .-.Russian order, for the oustlii!; of 54 000 non-Austrlniu from tin: Soviet occupation , zone, most nf them "Volksdcutsch" of Gorman origin The mass eviction appeared to have been called off or suspended 'temporarily. Even Stephen Major Grilled About Loss of Bikini Films I WASHINGTON, July 12. (UP) — An unidentified Army major wns being ([iiestloned by military authorities today In the search for mlisiiif; films showing preparations for the bikini atom bomb tests. The Army and Nuvy declined to . report progress of their Investlga- I Uun, l;ul another government source Eiiitl the solution to the mystery 1 hinged on the key lo u dime check locker In New York. Tills source said the ma|or, who wus assigned to delivering the films ', to the high command here, placed , them In',n locker dnrlng a tour or ' New York with :i girl friend. Bui | on the ' following day, He couldn't remember where It was. In New York, the company operating the locker system said It could locate the box if It were fuv- ] nlshcd the key's serial number and I code letter. I Hut whereabouts of the key could not tic learned, thereby adding still another note to the mystery. The joint Army-Navy task force which staged the Bikini lest, said Its understanding was that the brief case containing the films disappeared after the major removed tliom from the locker. Under military regulations, the oiflccr was charged with keeping the material with him at all [lino*, or In a guarded thrce-Uimblcr safe. Ills failure to comply with these security regulations was a violation of the duties his mission put upon him. FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1040 George Wliclan, led, and Joseph Richmond ot the Atlantic City Tuna Club, proudly exhibit fust tuna of season cauijlU oil famous '• seashore.r.csorl... Each fish weighs G'/i pounds and they were! • 7 ~ liookccl_ simultaneously.,',- : British to Send Sixteen Super Bombers to U. S, KEW YORK" July 12. (Upi_ Sixteen super-bombers of the British .Royal Air Force will arrive n Mitchell Field on July 17 ullev r mass flight of the Atlantic '.o tak part In the celebration of Amor lea's Air Forces Dny on August 1 the British information services an Jiounced today. ' Coming here at the invitation i the TJ. S. Army Air Force, th squadron will make an extendc -goodwill tour of the country. In eluding a stop at Morrison Field j-West Palm Beach, Fla. WAA to Dismantle Army and Navy Camps WASHINGTON, July 12. (UP) — The War Assets Administration has selected 20 Army and Navy camps lor dismantling and salvage operations which will provide hunter and j other scarce building materials for tlic veterans housing program. Housing Expediter Wilson W. Vyntl estimated that l.SOO.OOO.uno icard feet of lumber would be made ivailabie by the salvage plan, which >y Oct. 1 l.s expected to cover 50 tirplus camps. Priority claimants—state and lo:al (,'overnmcnls and non-profit in- itilutions -were given 10 days hi vhlch to acquire any or all of the Lsletl property. After that, non-industrial parts of the camps will be diKinanUcd. Salvaged lumber and other mate- •lals will be made available first lo .he Federal Public Housln;; Au- :horlty for Us temporary housing program and then lo holders of veterans home building priorities. The initial list of installations to be dismantled Includes: Montlcello' prisoner of war camp. Montlccllo, Ark; Camp McCain, Grenada and Montgomery Counties, Miss.; Camp Tyson, Henry C'ouuty, Tcnn.; Cnmp Jcs.sc; Turner, Van Bnrcn, Ark.; Crossvlile prisoner of war camp, Cro.ssville, Tcnn. • FLUSH KIDNEY UR1KIE Benefit wonderfully froa famous •lector's iiscovery that relieves backache, run-down ieolir.g due lo excess acidity in the urine iplt everywhere nre finrlinir mnnzrnf relief from painful tyinptcmit nl hl.ttMer IrrUatlon eiiim'il t,,' c«cc» ncidiiy In Hie. urii.o. r.a. Ki:.;.iF.R's SWAMP num «ct!» fast on tin- Mihieys lo ensa dlscamlfjrt Iiy pro mo thin Ibc How ul iirluo. This |ni,o hc-rljal mollcljic Is ,,s|i»cl.-il]>' %vekom- vh.-re 1,1,-itt.lpr IrriUUiun due to execs* i:ltlity Is res|ionnil)lu [or "xctthiv ii]i at st«ht." A cni-tMnlly blcmltif comi>lrat[<m at 16 he. !>!, roots, vccclalilei. li.iUmii; 1).. Kilmer's contains :,ollu,l, : l.nril,, la «!,- luf.ly n.-i.lia!.H tormlnc. Just suud iii- redlcnls that ninny i.i}' Imva A inarvclout f*cc. AM druiFiilKlH Aril Swnmn Hiiur. NK \\hc-n Hcorcliinc weather liUa with }ii>:it ntf-Jij prickly hen I, clutfe irritations ami itch of minor fikin troubles «ljich IICCOTIIO worno as tern|icrrUuro rises, roiml oti iMpx-finna, ThiSBOoth- inu incritcntetl powder brings con ling relief fur such skin miseries. Coats little, Ciicutcr auvinga in largo sizes. MEXSANA ..SOOTHING MEDICATt Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Service CuUs a Year »1) Repairs to Electric Appliances Fully Guaranteed BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. (Where Courtesy Is Not a Memory) U* E. Main St. Phone 3616 Baby Chicks, All Summer flcnvy breeds, 3 to 30 (lays old. Prices misonnble. Good supply feeds mid poultry supplies. North 4th lit Elevator Feed Store. Announcement Starting Sunday, July 14th The Undersigned Florists will be I ' Closed on Sundays Starting Sunday, July Hth, and on each Sunday thereafter, we will ho closed. No deliveries will be ma'lc nor will any IniKinesx be transacted. We solicit your continued co-operation . . . which will enalilc us lo service your orders of flowers Monday through Saturday of each week. Signed: The Flower Shop Heaton's Home of Flowers Bryant Floral Co. Osccolii, Ark. LUMBER-All Kinds! * 6" & 8" center match * No. 1 red shingles -Y. Composition shingles * Weatherboard drop siding .-, Framing, all sizes * Flooring, Plywood * Tile board, rnasonite Our July Special: Aluminum corrugated tin $10 per square We make cabinets, window frames & door frames to fit. SMALL BROS. LUMBER CO. Phone 46, Sehath, Mo. TERMINIX TERMITE CONTROL Triple Guarantee 1. Guaranteed by Rrure Tcrrrilnix Company. 2. Cliiariiiileeil by E. I,. Bruce Co. 3. Guaranteed by Sun Insurance OfTice. BRUCE TERMINX CO. Licensee of K. I,, llruec Company H«X 1270 Memphis, Term. MILLIONS TO LOAN 4'° Farm Loans "G.I." City Loans F.H.A. Loans Also: Conventional Loans 5-Y & in Yciu-s on Good Residence and Business Properly. W. M. BURNS REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE COMPANY FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes List your property with me. My commission is 5% I have no sidelines. no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 So. Second Phonrt «46 or r Need a ... 24-hr. Service TAXI!! Call 968 Bonded and Insured Bill Wunderlich Attention, Farmers We have for Immediate Delivery Butane or Propane Gas LTIVATO < • -for Cotton, Corn or Cane, Priced at I'llONE: 33G1 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION *ree Estimates S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. « (phone 3646aia£2B25 These Cultivators should save their cost In Four Days Use ?, APPROVED, INSPECTED AND BONDED BY .£ r ._ THE STATE OF ARKANSAS ARKSDALE MANUFACTURING & MACHINE WORKS ^ B ^ Phone 2911 — Blytheville, Ark. NOW OPEN! Hlythcville's Only Exclusive Used Cnr Dealer WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS AND TRUCKS TOP PRICES PAID See Us Before You Sell! If You Wunl a Heller Car, We Can Deal! See Us Today Bud Wilson Auto Sales Phone 2037 Franklin and Main Sts. FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Also CULVERTS 12 inches to 48 inches We are Dealers for THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. REDJtYDER PROVES , HAVE It) SELL THE SHOW.' I'VE GOT A &ACKE.R TO Bin' HER EQUlP.-NE^T A-^DL\ GNE W-L Or VOU JOD5 1 EOSWELL'S ORCUS.' / YOU'VE HAD TGU~ E.A, " 15WELL-' NOW I'll. TALK AN! WAS] I TUBES ^—•:«*•. ?K 1\ 71 K \ t" Must You I.oavo So Sixin'.' POC KW ISM T / IF ^ FRIEHPSCOULC N HIS OFFICE, I SEE N\E THF.VD THINK Bur w GIRL SAID V I'D LOST svf SMND: . k- O£WfcNDIN& THAT 1GOID PLM£ tid GOAT'S ~ fURU. LEkWE BOOST BY LESLIE TURNED •JQ i^H L. W-. r~^-^:*? ^^Sff^l m ~«*«et«W« \tat't] w'-^ •I 7-yl GOOD/YEAR " .TIRES " Get ready Got 6 days _ } plowing in only S dayi ^ The scir-clcauiiig luffs open R( bolh ed}TC to start the deeper, gels more feure-Gnps. 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