The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1952 · Page 2
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FA«« TWO W* (ARK.) COTTRIKR NEWS Red Bosses Are Riding High In Romania, But Fear Future Editor's Note: Communist bosses ride high In Romania, but they never know wh»t is just around tlw corner. Romania bars U. S reporters but'many of the things that go on there can be learncc by piecing together and checking the stories of travelers, exiles anc •diplomats. William L. Ryan lapped sources in Europe and the United States to write this article, the fourth of his series on the satellites, By WILLIAM L. RYAN AP Foreign News Analyst Sirens shrill, traffic and pedestrians scatter. A sleek green American car screeches !o a hall opposite the Stale BarUt Building on Bucharest's Kisselev Street. Three sentinels snap to military attention. Escort cars, crammed with body guards, pull up behind Hie green 1950 Oldsmoblle as a guard opens the door. Grim and unsmiling, the hammer-jawed first Indy of Romanian communism stops out and walks rapidly into the building-, She does not even notice the stiff snlute of her personal security chief. Ana Pauker, for all her new riches—her four cars, her (avis! villa, her legion of personal bodyguards and attendants — seems worried. Nominally, the foreign minister, she has just managed to get rid of a few high Communists who may have been her mortal enemies in high places—hut how many more are there? The Russians have been watching her. Even the defense minister, Gen. Emll Bodnares, a Ulcramla whom she has considered her ally —how long would he remain her friend if she should lose the confidence of Moscow? And (here are rumors. . , , Clme Squeeze It was a close squeeze wll>i Vasile Luca. The finance minister had a thirst for power. For Ana It was fortunate Lucn's recent, currency reform caused BO much chaos in the country. It gave her a lever. She and Bodnares hart him fired as finance minister and vice premier. They put In a less ambitious man, Dlmltru Petrcscu, former president of the State Supply Commission. Luca, at 54, had felt he was going places. A lending Communist since 1918, veteran of many Jails, he had been a confidante of Gheorghe Oheorghill-DeJ, the present boss of the party. It took some doing to get rid of him. As finance minister^ Luca ran Into trouble In January of this year. He decreed that old lei were to b« exchanged at rates ranging 'No Compromise/ AnthonyEdenSays LONDON (/[>)-- Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden asserted yesterday the United Nations would refuse to compromise with the Communists In North Korea on the prisoners of *ar issue. "There Is rto concession we can maVe o n this Isiue." Eden told the House of Commons. NOTICE Notice U hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for > permit to sell and dispense beer >t retail on the premises described as: 411 W. Ash, BlythevlUe. Mississippi County. The undersigned states thai he te » citlien of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of it felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked with- ta five years last past; and that th« undersigned has never been - convicted of violating (he laws of of this state, or any other slate, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July. 1852. Bn d to expire on the 30th day of June. 1953. Elliott Johns, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7 day of May, 1952. Elizabeth Mason, Notary Public My Commission expires: 4-2C-54 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State ol Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as: 409 W. Main. Blythe- viUe. Mississippi County. The undersigned states that ho 1« a cltiien of Arkansas, ol good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within ftvt years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state .or any other slate, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is lor permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July. 1952. and to expire on the 30th day of June. 1953. Elliott Johns. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7 day of May. 1952. Elizabeth Mason. Notary Public My Commission expires. 4-26-5*. all (he way up lo 400 old for one new, on a sliding scale. At the same time prices were reduced, The result wns chaotic. Before currency reform, the average nomauinn worker earned 6.000 to 7,000 lei n month. Prices before currency reform were like this: a man's suit, rationed, up to 8,975 lei, or up to 10,000 nn the free market: rationed shoes for women, up lo 4.800 and a IWlo higher for men's: rationed sugar, 56 lei a kilo and 200 on the free market; Jnm, 240 n kilo, and so forth. There wore no wage Increases will) currency reform, but prices were reduced 5 lo 20 per cont. The result was a rude Jolt for the workers. There wns n humming undercurrent of Indignation. Luca was filed. But the worker is still being sadly exploited. The currency reform evidently had been dictated Ijy the Moscow bosses who Kit in on the Romania!! Communist government. Each I Romanian ministry has a Soviet "counselor" who lias more power than the minister himself. The Russians also direct the Army. The Soviet parade step has been Introduced by special Soviet inspectors. Soldiers find the peculiar step difficult. Soviet officers boss the Romanian Army but consider il unreliable. Forced Child Labor Romanian children ol 14 are considered ready for manual labor. If a child is of "bourReol.i" orlRin. lie likely will be sent into manual Inbor rather than to secondary school. Today there are reports of a now wave of deportations in the making. The Association of Roman- Ian Journalists, nn exile group with headquarters In New York, reports that In the past few mouths mass dojiorlations from Bucharest have been resumed. Last November all identity and ration cards were called In by the niicharext police nml returned with special markings. At the end of February the Communist pnrly decreed Bucharest, was to become a "workers' city" from which nil "unproductive people." would be deported. The expulsions arc said to be on Soviet orders, to eliminate "unrc- llablo elements," make housing available for Industrial workers and functionaries, cut down on urban consumption of food and supply manpower for slave labor programs. (Tomorrow: Bulgaria's vest - piM-kcl Stalin. HOLLAND NEWS IJy Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. Miss Palll Jo Shclton, daughter of Tom Shclton and the late Mrs. Shelton. was married April 20 to Eual Boorie of Cooler. The ceremony wns performed In Mnrlon Ark. The bride wore a blue printed model of summer sheer with n large picture hat of natural straw. Her accessories were In white. Mr. and Mrs. Boone left Immediately after the ceremony for n Southern wedding trip and they will make their temporary home In Orlo VIs- ta. Pin., where the gloom Is employed, for the next several months. Kludent Kanmiet Set A rainbow theme will be used lo decorate the high school gymnasium for the Junior-Senior banquet tomorrow night, at, which the school faculty as well as the school board will be guests. Saturday mornliiR the senior class will leave by bus on their six-day tour ol Southern states. Hand Entertained Friday night, the Holland Fed- crated Women's Club entertained the band members and its director Norbert Stlrzaker. In the high school auditorium. The band members each wore an article typifying n SOUR title and played several selections. A slide film was shown by Mrs. Vorls Workman on "Music In America." An Informative background was Riven by Mrs. Charles Cohcon. Mrs Homer Smith and Mrs. ],. Berry. Tile two band room mothers. Mrs. L. N. Kinder nnd Mrs. Byron Holly, were In charge of arangements for the evening. Brlclee Club Meets Eight of the IS members ol the Ciilbortson Club was present Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Nora Fowler was hostess at her home south rmd east ol Holland. This was a business meeting nnd a cancer donation wns contributed, Mrs. Guy Norrlcl, Mrs. AJene Hay and Mrs. Moody were quests. The hostess served a sandwich plate with drinks. Monday nUht, the club entertained the home economics class and Its Instructor, Miss Virginia Holland, with R wclncr roast. At the next meeting, Mrs. Finis Cope will be hostess for a Mother's Day covered dish luncheon. WSCS Mans Hake Sale The Women's Society of Christian Service plans n bake sale In L. Berry's general merchandise store Saturday to continue throughout the day. Country eggs, dairy produce and fresh-dressed poultry also will be sold, Town-Country Cluh Metis Two tables of the Town and Country Club met Wednesday ol Mrs. Koruietht Berry's (or an evening of bridge. Pineapple slierbfrl was served with cookies and coffee. Wins Amateur Contest Martha Ann llaltcy. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Cletus Hailey of Hol- Iniul, won first honors In nn amateur contest nt Armnrel H!r-h .School when she san« "Little White Cloud That Cried", sho was accompanied by her sister, Rita Jane Mr. and Mrs. D. Giurett of I.os Angeles, Call/., arrived Wednesday In Memphis where they were met by n Daughter. Mrs. Henry Neal and son, Bobby. They were nil overnight quests of R%t. and Mrs. Hurley Garrctt In Memphis before continuing here Thursday where they will visit the Meals for Ihe next three weeks. Ain-'ig relatives to visit Mr. nnrt Mrs. Garrett Sunday were Jim Holt of Port Lock. Louisiana and Mr. nnd .Mrs. Hoy Holt of Blytlicvlllc. House guosu In Ihe Ralph Brns- wcll home were Mr. nnd Mrs. Norman Hnrlston • and daughter nnd son. Donna and G.iry. who came Sunday remaining until Wedncs-, clny. Mr. nnd Mrs. oidcon Crews are home from Fort Meyers and Lakeland, Pla., where they spent the winter. Pfc. Paul L. Taylor left Tuesday after two weeks here with his pnrents. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Taylor. He Is stationed at Merced. Cam. In Memphis this week were Mrs. Aaron Taylor, Mrs. Fred Botrcn nnd Mrs. Theodore Paine, who attended the coronation services at tllo Belleviie Baptist church, and Mrs. Nat Nunnery and Mrs. Jean Booker who spent n day shopping. Dene H. Webb, a recent Seabco recruit, cnnie Saturday for a 10 days Icnvc with his wile in Blytbc- ville nnd his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Webb, of Holland. He Is .stationed nt El Centre. Calif. Visiting a short while Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. O. C. Carnall nnd family, former residents of here and now living In CJiaffce. were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cox. After n month wilh her daughter, Mrs. Newt Hcndrix of Chicago, Mrs. W. G. Pounds went to Dycrsburg Sunday where she spent the night with a grnnddanghter. Mrs. Heber Jones, before return- Ing here to Mr. nnd Mrs. Oarvin we invite you, too, to save on this SPRING CHANGE-OVER SPECIAL REGULARLY $16.95 $1195 11 ll&zsMa Drinking Custom A Scottisn custom, still surviving Is to drink a toa.it vith one foot ori the table and one on the chair, according to Encyclopedia Brltannlca, Many of our ctislomcrs have already (akcn advantage of lliis very special saving on a very important automobile scrvii-c . . . Spring Chiuigc-Uvcr. You. loo. are invited to bring in your car. whatever make il may lie. We call your attention to (lie facf that (among IB other services) this special includes our own [.ulmcarc, a (borough lubrication and inspection requiring 57 separate steps! You jrcl il all—and slill poclcel a big 55 bill! Come in or call tomorrow. CHECK ALL 17 IMPORTANT FEATURES OF THIS SERVICE: SJJRVING I.\ KOREA — Pfc Mclvln H. liannetl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bennett, formerly of Dlytlicvllle and now of Trumann, Is currently attached tu an Engineers battalion stationed In Korea. Before entering Hie Army, Pfc. Bennett was engaged In fanning uith Ills father. Wilson's where she in a le e s her home. Mrs. BUI Sleward has left for niloxi. Miss., where she plans to nuike her htune near her son !iil- llc Lee, who Is serving in the Air Force at Kccsler Field. Mrs. Steward cnnie here from Oakland. Calif., nnd has been the guest of relatives (he past two months. Guests In the A. M. Pnrker home Sunday were Dr. and Mrs. J. T Polk of Reiser, Ark.,- Mr. and Mrs. John M. Trainer of Haytr Mrs. Jane Welch, Mrs. Hush flolll- peter and Mrs. Louise Teague ol BlytheviUe, Visiting Ihru the week-end at Mr. and Mrs, W. D. Slateil's were Mr. and Mrs. George Hall of Cape Olradeau and Warrant Of/leer and Mrs. Joe Pyland nnd son. Jot, Jr.. of Camp Rucker, Ala. The Pylnnds have just recently arrived in the Stales from Kyoto, Japan, where they have lived the past two and a half years. Also at the Sla- tcns was M/Sgt. Gary Coleman of Evansvillc, Ind., who Is being sent lo Japan. NOTICE Notice le hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Lie- partrnent of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for A permit to sell and dispense ceei at retail on the premises described as: 378 s. Division, BlytheviUe Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted ol a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that nn license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked with- THl7RSr>AT, MAT S, H In five yearj last past; «nd that th» undersigned has never been con- vlcte of violating th» laws of this state, or any other state, relalve to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for jjermlt to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July. 1052, and to expire on the 30th day of June, ISM. Virginia Johns, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7 day of May. 1952. Elizabeth Mason. Notary Public My Commission expires: 4-26-3*. H'AR.N'INX! ORDER In the Chancery Cnurl. Chlcka- ia«b* District, Mississippi Count), Arkansas. David Smith, Plaintiff, vs - No, 12044 Florlne Smith. Defendant. The defendant, Plorlne Smith. U hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, David Smith. Dated this 1st day of May 1852. 7'art'ey Morris, clcrlt By Anita Sykes. D.C. C. R Cooper, ntty for ptf. E. B. Cook, ally ad litem 5:1-8-15-22 NOTICE Notice Ls hereby slven thai the un<lers:"ticd has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beierase Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit, (o sell and (il.ipcnse beer at retail on the premies described as: 376 S. Division. Dly'ho- vilte, Miwissippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of f;o-:d moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other tiime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the imder- sisned has been revoked within five years last past; and the underr-ien- ed has never been convicted of no- laling the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the saic of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July. 1952, and to ex- ID MEDAL FLOU REDEEMED HERE Clip out the coupon found elsewhere in today's paper. It's worth 25c on the purchase of a 25 Ih. bag of Gold Medal Flour at FREEMAN'S GRO. & MKT. plrt on th« 30th day of June, 195S. &am Johns, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1 day of May, 1952. Bllizabeth Mason, N'otary Public My Commission expires: 4-25-54. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned his filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described u: 1601 West Rose. Bly- theviUe, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of gocd moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within live years last, past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the law's of this state, or any other state, or any ether state, relative to the sale o! alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July, 1952, and,to expire on the 30th day of June. 1953. Lucille Rockptt. Applicant Subscribed and sworn !o before me this 6 day of May. 192. Irene Wallace. Notary Public My Commission expires: 5-281955. NOTICE ' Notice is hereby <2iven that the undersigned has filecl with the department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the Stale of for a permit to lell and beer at retail on the premise* described as: North Highway 61. Bly- thevillc, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that h« Is a citizen ol Arkansas, of good moral character, that he hu never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; thai no license to Mil bwr by the undersigned h»s been r«- voked within five yean la»t p»«tl and that the undersigned hw ner- er been convicted of violating th« laws of this slat*, or any other slate, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application le for permit to b« Issued for operation beginning on the 30th day of June, 1952. a.nd to expire on the 30th day of June. 1953. Blythevillje Country Club, Inc. By E. J. cure, pres. Subscribed and sworn to belor* me thls.1 day of May,. 1952. James Terry, Notary Publla My Commission expires: 3-15-54- NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR 1'EKMIT Notice is hereby given that th» undersigned has tiled with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described: 378 S. Division St. Application is for a permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July, 1952. and to expire on the 30 dny of June 1933 Virginia Johns. Visiting Around Arkansas BY JOE MARSH "Curtains from Pine Trees-Fro a Arkwm Non-H'orea Moth!" Yes, air, I found a big factory in I-it1Je Rock making curtai'ns, tablecloths, towels and other things for better living—from pine trees 1 Of course, they do considerable processing first, but tlley turn up with a nou-woven cloth that's wonderful for use in the home. Considering the foresls of pine trees I've seen in Arkansas, this new industry won't ran short of raw material for a Ion? while. Arkansas folks I've talked to about this new industry are mighty proud of its contribution to better living. They're proud, too, that their friends and neighbors voted overwhelmingly to continue the loual sale of malt beverages last election. They realize the importance of the Brewing Industry that spends millions of dollars annually for farm products of our state and brings us fine beer—the beverage of moderation. 1. Drain crankcase and refill with heavy duty type oil. 2. Clean and adjust spark plugs. 3. Clean and adjust distributor points. 4. Complete engine tune-up. 5. Scientifically time the ignition 8. Adjust generator charging rate. 9. Test battery—clean and treat terminals—odd water. 10. Repack front wheel bearings. 11. Inspect brake linings. 12. Drain and flush cooling system. 13. Tighten all hose connections. 7 r , . 14. Adjust fan belt tension. /. <-lean carburetor screen and T5. Torque cylinder head bolts. adiust carburetor. 16. Fill steering gear housing. 17. Lubricate— complete Buick lubrication and inspection. Langston-McWaters Buick Co. ' c ti^&_£F * \T* ! 'Tr s ""* ffJ ^^ f; *" 'V *V H-^ijfc Vfe "" .-•''" Hubbard's Big MONEY-SAVING SALE Continues in FuSi Swing! SAVINGS UP TO O IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Every item in Our Stocks At Reduced Prices! (Fair Trade Items Not Included) HUBBARD&SONFurniture Phone 4409 Blytheville

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