The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1946 · Page 9
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- TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1046 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURILR NEWS ik Leaders Sentenced to Die Gen. Mikhailovitch Convicted Before Yugoslav Tribunal HELGKADE, July 16. (UI'I — A military court yesicrclny held Con. MikhRilorttch guilty of treason nnd war crimes nnrt sentenced him and 10 other defendants to death Iw\ re fll ''i'B squads—a sentence ilch was expected to be curried t within 48 hours. The bearded Mikhailovitch and his companions had thp right to Rppcal their conviction to the wstdlum of the National Assembly but it was expected that the appeal would be rejected. Tho appeal to the presidium must take the form of n request or a pardon. The execution of the convicted lieu will be conducted In private n the military prison where they are held. The remainder .of the 24 defendants at the trial were also con- viclcd and were given long prison sentences. Among those condemned to death were two memljers ot former Yugoslav governments and the former Prefect of Belgrade The formal counts on which Mikhailovitch was convicted were high treason, collaboration with the Germans and Italians and war crimes. The verdict condemning M hailovitch was handed down exactly five weeks nftcr his tria opened in the auditorium of n military academy on the o\itsklrls Belgrade. Mikhailovitch and 23 joint defendants were tried before a military court composed of three officers of Marshal Tito, wartime leader of the Yugoslav partisans, the pro-Communist guerrillas. Testimony was brought out at the trial that the Partisans and Chetniks fought each other. In Appreciation of Independence Snyder to Make $1,250,000,000 Payment on Debt WASHINGTON. July 10. <UP>" Thp Treasury will slash the National debt by $1,250.000,000 Aim. 1 with a cnsh retirement ot short term obligations, it, wiis learned today. Tills iviii reduce the National debt to sll«hlly li'ss than $201,000.- coo.ooo. The short lei-Hi obltBatloiL'i will be mlccmcd willi money from the Treasury's high cnsh balance, which Is about two mid one-half times that of normal peacetime years. Through cash redemption or nv.i- lurliiK obligations, the National debt will have been cut n'jont $13,500.000.000 since March 1, when the Aug. 1 redemption Is completed. Rend Courier News Want Adi. Social Security Taxes Will Not Be /ncreosed WASHINGTON, July 1«. (11|>>- Entyloyers dud employes will continue ot pay the same social .security tax of on* per cent each next year. If recommendations of the House ways mid means com- mitti><- me curried out. 'V' 1 '" 1'ftyroll lax would \ia Increased lo 214 per eent next Jnn, 1 under the present law. The House committee first, voted lo nuke Hie tax Ht per cent. It reversed Us Unnit saiitrdnj-, »nd rccomiilemu'd :h«( the |nx rule, bo froy.cn lor President Manuel Hoxas, left, of the new Philippine Commonwealth, looks over the United Slates Hag which will be his personal gift to President Truman in gratitude lor U. S. grant ot independence lo the Philippines. With him are his wife, center, and Mrs. Osmena, right, wife of the former head of the Philippine government. Martian Canals On the planet Mars, telescopes show a great network of straight lines crisscrossing the snrtiice. Those who believe In life on Mars say Ihe inhabitants have dug great- irrigation canals to carry water from the melting polar ice caps, the planet's only source of water. WASHER SERVICE x Philip Frel . Vacuum Cleaners. I'mia, Irons »nd Small ;\]i)>!Ia!>c<.'s llrpnireJ. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J. \V. ADAMS. Mur. Phone 2071 200-08 W. Main CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We Uuy and Sell GOOD USED CARS Bill Chamblln — L«x Chamblln Railroad & Ash Sts. Phone 2195 19-11. The ennmilttef met lodny to consider lurtlier the lonlsUtlon, which orliilimlly provided two-Ior-aim Fedi-nil contributions (or oil) age uml blind [is-sl.-iiuiK-e for certain low- Income stntes. Tlie committee voted nijiiln.sl this, leuvlng the cuntrlbu- llous on a ilolUir-for-fcollRi innlch- hi|; b.isls. First Koaa Hulldrm The Romans were the llrsl people to appreciate the value of gooil rnnds. They built, 48,000 miles or liluhwny.s between 305 n. C. nnd •'(to A. n. Where Your Flowers Are—You Aral One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but ' month after month. Ask about this plan. I^FLOWER SHOP f TJ>. B*rrh* W« Dettwr Ph. «n Mn. 1. H. (MM) WtOfauB* nrmr Need a ... 24-hr. Service TAXI!! Call Bonded and Insured 968 Bill Wunderlich Missouri Men Uease Weekly PTiiper at Steele The Steel? Enterprise, weekly e'Afpaper owned !>>• Kcndnll Berry, Blythcvlllc. and published i\l Sle?le, Mo.. 12 miles North or Blylhc- ville. has been leased to C. N. Davis of Cape Girmxleau, Mo., and E. B. tinder of Jackson. Mo., who rented the building. ' Mr. Berry, who purcliased the. newspaper, the plant and huilrting three and a half years ago, said the iieiv publishers would operate the plant there. The two new weekly newspaper men in Pemiscot County are broth- ers-in-laA'. Archeologists Elect State Unit Officers LITTLE ROCK. Ark., July 1C. (UP)— ur. S. C. Dclltnger, zoology professor nnd director ot the University of Arkansas Museum, was Jacted yesterday as head of the l^nnsas Archeological Society. Other officers are Dr. Thomas L. Hodges of Bismarck, vice prest- •dcnt; and Mrs. Bernie Babcock ot ILittlc Rock, re-elected secrctavy- 1 treasurer. Dr. C. P. Horton and Dr. Robert IT. Prcctor of Arkaclelphia, Dr. •J. K. Hnmp^on of MOrlena, and MMrs. charlotte Hodjjes of Bis• n:arck were named to the eexcu- • tlve board. MILLIONS TO LOAN W° Farm Loans "G.I." City Loans I^.H.A. Loans Tbo: Conventional Loans •1 & 10 Years on Good esidcnce and Business roperly. W. M. BURNS REAL ESTATE and SSURANCE COMPANY FIIONE: 3361 Dancing Every Tuesday I/ Thursday and Saturday Mnslo 6y *Vfce Doyle Lee and his 7-Piece Band For Reservations Call 3984 TWIN GABLES DIVIDENDS For ihe year 1945, $35,000,000 in addition to wages was spent by General Electric in extra benefits for employees It isn't a new thing for General Electric to put more than money into pay envelopes for its employees. "Job dividends"—these extras that G-E employees get in addition to wages—have a sound business reason. To be successful, a company must be efficient. A man with fewer worries can produce more efficiently, which makes further benefits possible. - -• *&•$*« • *••***"t<.°*r Profit-sharing plans, relief and loan plans began over 10 years ago at General Electric. Life insurance for em- ployees, cash for suggestions began over 20 years ago. PerisiOn plans werA started S3 years ago. And vacations with pay began 53 y*ars ago. Every employee has A stake in the future of General Electric. For out of its success—and only out of success —can come further advances in living standards. That is the aim of General Electric, not alone for its employees, but for the public, who gain by new and better products, continuously improved. GENERAL H ELECTRIC PAGE NIN15 ICE COLD WATERMELON DELTA CAFE ay 0! Soulh Jess Cramer, Mirr. and Chef No Waiting! No Delay! 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