The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 22, 1946 · Page 3
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MONDAY, JULY 22, 1!).|G '("HHV) PAGE THBEB o Americans II Missing usslans Contend fficers Nor in ustody of Soviets (LIN. July 22. <UP>— Tlie 'jf Iv.'o missing American ol- wns wide open again to.lay u. Joseph T. McNnriU'y lihil- unc-x|>hiiiu'd ijlims to briny their release. (iiriiey. u. s. commander i" !. sniil slops designed to tree Httrolcl Coljin ill Newark, wild U. George Wyatl ol 5in;t City were "under uotisid- 'Secret Six" Come Through 10. who needs an operation to keep from (jotng blind. Left lo rlsjhl, Joey rni/c, 1C; llev Emma Jane ZaccHBUini, 10, President ol I he "Sorrel .Kix" Vice-President, and Johnny '/,accaf;nini. 11. arc .shown prcsemilli; r.eo, Treasurer; Itulliiu with the from donations and by working around tlie neliiliburhood. uMCA TeleiMiolo.) he same time McNarney cnn- al a press conference that a helpless in tlie search tor 'ficers \vlio disappeared July • boarding a train for Or.iti- i; ncHrby in ihc Russian cc- 3n zone. 'urnc'y saiil the senior Itus- uimnancler. i>rcsuin:ibly Mar- usMly n, Sokolovsky. hrui as- him thai "lo the best of his - rll( , -scci-el Six" of Detroit. Mleliie.-.n, conic through with cosh for tlie operation of •dge tlie missing men were ' ...... Russian custody. Hist accept his word." Mc• .said, adding Iliat he had n > to believe Unit the men were /eriiiK a direct question, Mc' said no Russians were in ' o[ the American occupa- •orees. Rumors hail circulal- ; "some" Russian^ were held, ippurentlv were based on tlie ml two Soviet officers aixl listed man were picked up .4 on charges of espionage. icrc turned back to the Rus- ast week. jriicy said he was unaware negotiations iti Washington J i-elease of the Americans. phasizcd ihat the Russians ssuied him tluiy were noi ; llicm. liiilliie Erickso) eily oinistod, 11 Donald .Spix innney oWainc Blylheville Store QUALITY FENCE and FARM SUPPLIES! 8 Bar 32-Inch HOG-SHEEP FENCE WEED-MASTER 0 I 0 0 SI -» 6 5J4 5 4& s»^W i>^ g .70 IN 20-KOI) KOI,I, Reports On Big Four 'ad Rationing ••i.; rts in Britain kcrs Forego Strike i Give New Plan Reasonable Test DON, July 22. UIM—Bread iig was a reality in Britain and bakers indicated ^hey cooperale with Hie K ovc: ' n ~ and forego their threatcneil against tlie program, oning began yesterday and is \\erc collected at shops in ewish section of London'. 1 nd and in the larger provln- ties. Most stores were closed :r. and Hie first real lest or akers' threat was expected National Association ol • Bakers advised its meinScr- esleriiay to give the plan n ial. despite their earlier vote lore the entire scheme as K> Late Co Clastify 11 For Sale L _ Blind Persons Operate Stands; Show Profits UTTLB HOCK. Ark.. July 22. i UP)---Hale iit 2-1 ennecssimi stands operated by blind ])ersons in Arkansas lolnled $lG:).;i23 in 1!>45. iieeonlinj^ lo Uoy Ivninpe, secre- tiuy-tjiaiuu'.er of the Arkansas Employment Service for the Blind. Total \vayes and commissions ] aid to 3'0 operators were approx- I iinaiely S2'.l,000. and the miixitmtm .vrekly income \va.-i ST-I, Kunipc i.aid. The service miaranlees mitiimutn of si".! weekly It)f op- eratuns in small cities and $15 In larger cities. Continuill}; their inFotlng ll Little 17»ck today Hie conecsslon o]]i'rators will i-ohsider the s]X>n- sorstiiji of honiv! industries, \viU lite blind service furnishing; raw materials and niurkelliig the pro ducks. Kumpc raid thai, some 200 blint persons out of approximately 1.20 c-mplyables in Arkansas are cm ployed The sei'vice. plans to open th iirst cotieession for a Nc^ro blin peison at Arkansas A. M. and N College at pine Blurt In Aligns Electric Fence Holds Stock! Kills Weeds! Reg. 21.15 Save $1.90 na iiccuoi 21.95 Senator Tom Connally, Democrat from Texas and chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, prepares his report, on tlie Furls Foreign Ministers' Conference, iifter his return lo Washington with Secretary of Stale J:.mes Hyrnc.s. senator Connaliy inlehd.s id drlivev his report on the floor of the Senate in Ihc near future. (NEA Telephoto.) unworkable and unnecessary. jshops would <lcl.v the Kovenimer.i Since the association represents | urrter. Scottish bnckrs decided ias 1 an estimated CO per cent of the bakers iti England antl Wales, :'was considered unlikely that many \vcek to support the rAticning program. Efficient, siifer, more wonomiciil! Delivers n strong insliml shock Uiat will hold but not hai'in stock. Cost only 3e to DC per month lo operate. Tup ami Ixilloni \vlre». 10 K""Kc, "I othrr wires 12'/i Kau^e. Ideal foi hoK«, »hcvi> «r lurKcr slock. Extra Close Space POULTRY FENCE 4-Ft. Height 10-Rod Roll 6- 40 Close spaced clear to (he top wil hold safely any size poultry, JMade of rust-resisting steel wire CARLOADS OF FENCE-ALL STYLES! Osceo/a Sand Students Scgin Classwork Tuesda Ihind classes will be^in toinonxiw at O;;i:eo!a High School lor boys and girls who will serve as members ot Hie school band in the coining school year. H. R llanghcrty. (iircctnr. has announced that, all interested In sludyitiK band instruments should report at the high school al a a.m. T-ANGLK AND U-KI.ANCJKI) FENCE POSTS Of Curium Hail Slccl You can do a lielter As Low Al job of fclirilig and <!ti it. easier ^^•illl pcisls. tit) to 12-FT. GALVANIZED GATES HCVC'H n nijfKcd, non-siig|{inK Riilc Hint will «b'« yours (if service. Tlie frame IK nuulc of 1 l /i -inch, seiuniess uleel lulling. Klucfriciilly ill the joints. Close spliced hori/.onlal and vertical wires. 9 32 12-fl. Wide 48-in. ALL YOU NEED! 4 Pt. BARB WIRE 4.97 80 Yard Spool r • { COME Two Htrnnils of 12}', Range wire tnisicil with |.pl. barbs 5-ina. ive (lie Slc;nn i.Jtundry CaruthersvillL 1 , Mo., lor le. This is ;in up and {;<>• 5 husiness, 1'or s^ile (,nlv cause Ihc owner is in :d health. The hniiding id all ll\c e(iuipnicn(, iiv udiiiK a delivery trtu'k, priced at Si7,500, pins ie invcntiiry of supplies, hich will lie iiboiil 5500, aking the total purchase fice S.l 8,000 for a walk- til proposition. Also have nice list of farms 1'or lie. C. K. GOLLODAY Kanclui Hotel Hayli, JIo. 22-ck-2-l •ry Sl»rv. Sl.M-k \ ItiiLliliiiL-. FI- is ;.)L-I l"t. l'i i' t'l !i< M-IL, J{. n.-'i >o t;Ku-k.r..jivi.;i. . J'iii>n,f ;ni'.i, Lost wxlo nbc(tl tiy iTii>l.ik<- in B-r MK- u-liaii (o Siuiiiri, ]'.m SlM Wonted to Buy IN TODAY AND LET US HEIP Make your vacation trap with a well-serviced car I i>;iy cash for one or two acffrif lots lictwcoiv i\l:iin ml Hnlly iiud west ot lixth. iM:iil price and lo- alioii to Courier News. 7-22-dlitf For Kent Male Help Wanted roimnimons t rl!lns lii-anli ftd-v-^l^vrtl tiil^rtrcinoi\t>. 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