The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 21, 1947
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MONDAY, JULY 2l', 1<M7 Menace of Reds In U.S. is Bared House Committee Hears Army Reserves Contain 'Disloyalists' By GKAN'T KII.LMAN' (United Press Staff r:orrrs)>">"li<ii() WASHINGTON, July 21. CUP) — The House UnAmericnn activities conimitlcc was told today that Communists have infiltrated army reserve rolls and will prove "dnn- Bcrous disloyalists" In case of war with Russia. The charge was made In a .statement. to the committee by Walter ». Steel, chairman or the 'National Security Committee of the American Coalition of Patriotic and Civic Fraternal Societies, and managing editor of the National He-public Magazine. Stcelc presented the commii.tce n list of approximately 2.000 "Ainir- ncan communists and Red froutciv" who served in uniform during the war and said many of them "ii'-n BI/VTHEVILLE (ARKJ COURIER NEWS Canadian Destroyer in Collision sevvic" State Police Search for Memphis Robber LITTLE HOCK, July 21. (UP)-, State Pollw reported today Hint they nrc still looking for iwo Rimmed who Mintchcd a money bag cohlalnini; $4.000 from » woman in the heart of downtown Memphis Saturday ntchl. The two men reportedly esoi[H'<l In a urccn liulek, freeing across the Haialmn brUlge Into Arkimsiis. , Memphis Police said the victim. Mrs. Ixils Jones, had gone to the Union Plnnins n,,,^ t o deposit the day's receipts of a nearby specialist shop lu which she worked. As she approached the hank, 11 gunman tlmisl n ntsW | n j lcl . tuefi grubbed the money and inailc oir In the green car. PAGE THRE1 Culvln KtiRonr Willlnms, Negro, who was shot four limes at clusu nuigc with it pistol on The accused min 20-yciir-old hllnd Making ihc cnsc even eVen more | Amle pleaded not guilty in Little' Ill CIUSU 1'nngo Juno U, Is Krni'.st Anile, Ne^ro. uniisnal Is tlie fuel ihnt th£ only "«y<! witnesses" to the crlrri*- were two blind women, Anna B. Miller and Clara lluyes, libck Municipal CXHI tending that William ciiing him with a fli time ot the shooting - th««t- now on reserve, subject to in rase ol another war." "Their loyalty | s t o the Soviet union In the event the United Slates engages in war with rt'^ia or any of her satellites," sict-V said. "They are familiar with Amr- nc.-iu Army. Navy. Air Force nut intelligence organization and would prove dangerous disloyalist in event or such a war." His testimony came a s high Army quarters disclosed that the War Department's drive ngnfnst Com- mimists in militnrv and civilian positions had netted more than m discharges for loyalty reasons They said the 800 dismissals 'n-k place between July of 1940 .xnd April of 1047. as compared with only 61 discharges for the same reasons from the start of World War II to July of last year. ^ Steele was among the first wil- < nesses called by the House committee as it began five days of public hearings aimed at determining the scope and seriousness of Communist activities in this country. St«ele said Communists had penetrated "practically cverv phase if American life." if 0 ; , n id their i forts were manifest in the labor movement, in the agitation for a third parly, and in some universities. Committee Chairman J. Parncll Thomas said the hearings also will include testimony by Victor Krav- chcnko. former soviet army officer who broke with the Russians and Dr. Mladcn Giunio-Zorkin, i ex-Yugoslav diplomatic official. ' Thomas saici Kravchcnko's testimony would deal primarily with Russian espionage activities. VFW Council Appoints Adjutant for Arkansas LITTLE ROCK. Jlllv 21. (UP) — M. E. Woodson of North Little Rock today is serving as stato adiutant of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, following his appointment here yesterday. At the same time the VPW's council of administration named William G. Smith of Little Rock as service officer: Delrner Hart of Little Rock as athletic officer; and •Pat Gamer of Fort Smith as publicity man. The group planned a slate-wide I membership drive to -start Sept. 1 and named Prosecuting Attorney MiUnrd Hardin of NewjjDrt and State Sen. George Freeman of Ctaark to head the Eastern and Western divisions of the state in the drive. The Canadian Destroyer Mieman, wliicn rammeil n freighter of! tlio coast near Halifax, killing 10111- 01 the freighter's crew, steams into Halifax with her Uew and lorwurd aims badly damaged NEA Teleplioto.l loin- ot Council Seeks Funds For Legislative Study LITTLE ROCK, July 21. (UHl — The Arkansas Board of Fiscal Control will meet here tomorrow to consider a request for S10.000 made to finance the legislative council. The council, headed by state Rep. James Campbell of Hot Springs, was created by the last legislature which later refused to appropriate funds for its support. . G. I. ^ MECHANICS ici. Ecin.ngi up [o iU5 per week. Spcdol- Arp'ovcd 'or G.l. Iralning. Fain while you (cam. Coll Of mail coupon ol one*. a R * u o if-o N • s SCHOOL of MECHANICS 2141 Ladiio. VempMt, tena. if blue Monday plagues you on Sunday, call 474-475 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS What's Wrong With This Picture quests for fund transfers, ami for the mosL part the transfers Involved the changing of money from unused salary accounts to maintenance. Livestock Australia's peacetime population Is less than that of London. Head Courier News Want Ads Too Late to Classify for Sate ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. July 21. (UP) —(USI3A)- Llveslock: Hogs 1,500; salnblc 12.500: harrows and nuns no-ibs up, 25 lo 50C lower; Inter bids off more. Early bulk good and choice 100 to 239 Ibs., $S1.25-$2i.5o lo butchers mu1 sli ppers. Puckers bidding $1 under Frldny. $20.75 down; lights mid Igs, 150-ll] S down; steady; 130 lo 50 Ibs.. $25-$2(i.50; 100 to 120-lbs., 22.50-$24-SO; sews under 450-lbs. 19.50-$ai : .sprliiklliii; of llphi sows 21,25-521.50; most heavy sows $10-1 18; stnjjs, JH-$io. Cattle 8,000; siihiblc 5.500; cnlvi-s. 000; nil salnblc; t'«neinl mnrkcl low. few early stiles steers nnd hcl- ers, grnrtlng t oo<l nnd better, steuly: other Crudes under pressure >w cow s nbout in line with Inst. . eks close, bill mosl bids unevenly ower. Bulls, weak to 25 cent.s low- rcnlcrs, stcndj'. Fuw loads good tecrs. $25.25-$28; Severn] lots good choice mixed ycurllngs, $27-?M.- cunning peaches. Fresh vegetables, fruits, »•. . . - _ ., meats and groceries. Open *;'^° *° Testify til 8 o'clock every dtiy. Hume 2<i:(2. Joe " 1. Grocery, Highway'il South. Uclow Swift Oil Mill. * .,u.v. Accused of Hester Slaying Blind Preacher LITTLE ROCK. July 21. (UP) — 7 22 pit 8 22 l.ovoly hand made liookucl rimm Mr, ticoiro I'ylfi. 911 w. Henri. St. 21-HX-28 Cleanest u.ii'd ci\rs In BlytlicvlJlp nt LEE MOTOR BALKS. l!Hl I'aiulnc 4-ilonr scilnn: IMI Olils 2-«oor sedan: 1933 l-lynioulh -l-Uoor very clean: 1938 KorU pltrk-M[l. If you \vnnt to liny or sell, come RCC us or phone 510. 1.EE MOTOH SALES Eust End of Mam St. Ulythcvllle, 1|21-ck-tr Lost or Strayed All that heauliful money is ns \vronq as ji clock striking 13 It's part of $1,000,000,000 in counterfeit SIO bills found bctu-ccii Vegas, Nov., and St. George, Ulnh. U. S. Deputy Marshal Doris Brown displays it in Los Angeles, where it is in custody of the FBI. Roy Cain, Jor.csboro Businessman, Dies New Act Governing Fund Transfers Widely Used Front brdroom, roiivcnloilt to bnth Men only. liOll \v. Main. PH. 1:12. 7!21-i;K-7128 Two rooms, privileges. JONESBORO, Ark., July 21.— Services for Roy Cain, Joncsboro business man, v.'ho died of n sudden heart attack at his home, yesterday. Wi ,l he hold a, ,:30 Tucs- , day afternoon nt the First Bap- list Church. Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery. The Rev. c. E. Holland. crmrcli pastor, and Dr. w. Henry Goodloe. pastor of the First Methodist Church, will officiate. He was '17. He leaves his \vifc. Mrs. Lois Cain; a brother, B. J. Ciiin of Albuquerque. N. M., and uvo sisters Mrs. T. L. McGonncll and Mrs' . . . rs Million Ganimil, both of Joncsboro! George Clark, a member of the Courier News editorial staff iii Blylheville. a brother of Mrs Cain is here to attend the funeral LITTLP RCCK. A^k . July ;i. I UP) — Arkansas governmental departments have niiulc 123 transfers of funds since March 2(i when a law became effective givi'ig tatc comptioiicr and nudi f o.~ authority to make such transfers without ITOIIH; before the State Board of Fiscal Control. And a check of records in the auditor's office revealed that most of the transfers applied to new nuproprfalions which became effective July 1. Under the new !nw a (iepartme;': may request a transfer of fund: from one account to nnather n-itl one exception — funds may not IK transferred from any other fund to a salary account. Assistant Auditor n. E. Friday said the two state officials had turned down only a very lew re- (> I\I<>. old ColliL', light, tan color. Name on collar. Vac. Tag no. 777f>. Kewanl. Gail \Vhitsitt, 1'h- H335 or 7 Walnut. 7 21 pk 23 For Rent ieil rooti amore, Couple only. 1901 7(2I-i>k-24 with or without • kltcticn Phone 3Y31 niter G p.m Help Wanted "wo nrrtt npjK!iirl[iR yoiuiR 'men. IB'-to 22. Free lo travel to New York. Florida, and ruuirn trnnsijortntlon pin.fl drawing account of SI50.00 monthly to siari. are Mr, Ortcll, '( to 0 p.m lloont :i. Ooff Hotel. No plioni; calls SCREEN DOORS NOW AT E. C. Robinson LUMBER CO. Keep Ahead of the Season... Have Combines Repaired Now! By waiting until the season is at hand, you take the chance of brjiut; caught short on nccc.ssury jiarls for rc|i;iir.s. 1,'rin^ your coniljino to us nuw while our mechanics arc in a position to handle the work! THE"6j"IMPLEMENT CO. No. Highway 61 Phone 2142 Let Ice Help! --, " iiij fiii. vui- ; A blind man e ocs on. trial for mm- I clcr in Piilnskl Circuit Court to- ' morrow, accused of slaying Hov. POISON IVY A' U. S. GOVERNMENT BUREAU REPORT announces tho discovery ot • new tannic scid treatment for ivy poisoning*. The treatment hns hern found excellent'; it is gentle nncl saf,-, dries op the bliMers in a surprisingly short limi — often within 24 hours. Theae goTernment findings arc incor- p61;«ted iri tSe new product ___ IVY-DRY ... .. At your drugstore, ' trr - I> V,. i i "7«. »r irr cottr, H •~ It's hard for you to keep food moist, tasty, fresh during heat waves. Lots of frosty, pure ice does the fob for you! We Deliver Anywhere! 2 Ice Houses in Blythcvillc: 1900 West Main St. North Highway 61 ARKANSAS Ice & Storage Co. Phone 2841 "Those who are Small in Faith Shall Never Be Great in Anything But Failure." Your faith in us has enabled us to give you BETTER CLEANING wiih the HUDSON FINISH in 8 Hours HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER . . TAILOR 320 West Main St. Blythevill*, Arfc. Phone 2612

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