The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 8, 1948
Page 5
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I,. 1948 Dulles Proposes Anti-Red Move 'Counter-Corn inform' S«t Up by W«t.,n 1 Powcrt It JHATHEVILLE (ARK.)\ COURIER •, MEWS U. S. Planes for Turkey WASHINGTON, April 8. (UP)John Foster Dulles, Republican foreign po icy adviser, was reported today to have proposed that the Wes- i« r £i. P0 .? re t rs set llp * "coimter-Com- hiform to combat the growth of Communism In Biiroie. Dullea was s»lrt in" have talked over the project recentlv with sec- Ambass°ad Slate Ge °T C ' Marshall, other high state Dep'artmemVifl- elals. U vault be the Western rei>ly to the Communist informallon bureau recently established in Belgrade^ under Soviet, auspice, to foster the Rerl, Dulles' proposal, now unrter study by the State Department, fs understood to follow the general lines Of the ones suggested recently by some member.? of Congress. One project under study in Congress calls for U. S. financial help for non-communist underground groups In such satellite countries as Romania, Hungary and Czechoslovakia. Some congressmen favor Mimlai- action in Comniuulst-threat- ifjied France and Italy. *** * .. £--°POse<l »>' "Others Anti-Communist measures of this type have been endorsed by Chairman styles Bridges. R., N . H of the Senate Appropriations Committee and Rep. John D. Lodge R Conn., among others. Lodge proposed a peacetime ver- son of the super-secret office of strategic services. The OSS. during the war, was particularly useful in contacting underground workers and resistance forces behind enemy lines. Such a program, Lodge said, is necessary now to assure the success of the miilti-bllljon-doUnr European Recovery Program. Under the Congressional propo- >al, Marshall would be given a substantial fund not earmarked for any specific purpose. He would be free to use it for such activities as supplying non-Communist political < parties with newsprint for their | publications, and perhaps even for the purchase of arms. Widow of New Orleans Lawyer Cleaves Fortune SALEM. Mass, April g (UP)— Mrs. Bertha Cobb Denegr'e, widow of a lawyer who In 1899 helped to suppress the "Black HandV societies In New Orleans, La., left an estateof $95«,000, according to her Bride, 16, Keeps Vigil at Bedside Of Husband, Shot by Father-ln-Law The USS RtndoVR sails under the Golden Gate Bridge at San Francisco carrying 80 AT-, planes for the Turkish Air Force. The Rendova Is bound for Tstambu, Turkey and is the first of ,hree carrier-loads of p )B1 ,cs ,he '*" ^° m ™» ^-Greek-Turki.h aid pro- tlay. filed ror probate here yelpr- ' ' Mrs. Denegre, who died March 2 . at her pnlatlal estate in Machcst- ' er, Mass.. left her property in trust to two grandsons, Walter D Soh- icr and William D. Sohier Jr 1 She exceptcd $11,000 which was' left to servants. Mrs. Deuegre's late husband, a native of New Orlcnn.5. achieved an international reputation for -his' work in helping put down the '' "Mafia." •;• ' Denegre also seri'ed as chief of the Division'or Insular Possession* In the Bureau o f Alien Property Custodian during World War I He died in the 1930's. PILES TROUBLE? For Quick ReJief IM)N'T DELAT ANT I.ONHKR! Now. ft H*-h—IrritAtron due in [»'lYeV°'i ten Rncl 5hrintc dwelling. ii,, H doctor'* fornuifca. -YAti'll ha m .•-pencly action relief "Ask yr tndAy fnr.Thornlnn ^ Wlnor'i ment nr Supp^ilnrle... Pr>H OW lnl»] |,,. I •iructlonB, -t«r »»U kt «ll druc *toies. 209 Killings Reported In Chicago in 1947 CHICAGO I UP) - The Chlcsstn police.homicide bureau said that a the end of 1047, 19 murders sti were" on li.s bonks as unsolved. The annual report o! Lt. LeRo Ste/Icns, head of the bureau, sai the most snnsationnl chme.s still no solved were the slaying of Mr. Esther Liber I by nn early mornin purse snntchcr and the- beating murckr of Mrs. Leda Duty, a las ionable modiste. Tie said there were 200 inurrt and cases of manslaughter in 1947 The bureau found that, domesti troubles caused 27 killings snd lo' er.s' quarrels 19. MARVVILLK, Turn., April 8- (UPJ-- A 16-year-old bride kept nn anxious vigil at the bedside of her t, ideally wounded husband here today after watching In horror as he fought a Main Street mm duel with her father In an argument over their elopement Attendants st the mount Memorial JiosHllnl said the husband 25-year-old Ray Adams, wa.i In critical condition with wounds from a .38-callber bullet that passed completely through Ills body i« the abdominal region. They said Ms dinners lor recovery were "not good." The father, W. ». justice of nearby Townseiirt, Term., lay In another room at ihe siune hosullnl with a gunshot wound In one hand. He was' reported In sood condition. Sheriff Ben Mays arrested Justice yesterday after Investigating Ihn.shooting which look place Tuesday. Justice was charged with assault with Intent to murder and freed on »7,600 bond. Mays said the 55-ycnr-otcl father met Ihe young couple on the Mulu Street here us Ihev returned from a short honeymoon in OcorciR and Florida. Justice and his son-ln-lnw. n .school-teacher, ROI into a honied argument, Mays reporled. Suddenly they backed awn v from enc:h other and began iirin c ulili pistols as frightened townspeople scattered In nil directions., The blonde, blue-eyed bride, Ve- her husband's car la, ill rigid "in and looked on In mule horror the two men shot It out. When her husband lell the youthful bride look him to (lie Ims- pllnl. Nuises said she has never led Ills bedside except for severnl short periods for » few hours of rest. Adnnw »nd Vein, • inctty fresli- m«n «l Townwnrt High School rl6|>»d over the weekend ai-d were married In 'Oeorsla. Mrs. I*e Caylor, Adams' mother snid the eloixnent cllnmxcd a whirl.! wlnrt lhr«e-week« loinmice over Ihe Klrcnuoiu objections ur the slil'.x parents. When the couple returned. M,, Cnylor said, her joit »« 5 WRined that Justice "wan out to kill him" She said slip did not know Unit her loll, blond son and the pretty high school girl had plmim-d m »r. rlafie or (hut they hud eloped until »ftrr the thonllng occurred. w OM r«r Tlut I ALBUQUERQUE,,N, M. (OP)_4 M-yetr-oW divorced f.Chor ol.two children h.d > novel expl»n.Uon when »rre*led tor theft. He »M he took lhe.merchnndl»e became he wauled lo be will to Father nan- nsmin'i Boy» Town In Nebraska' '«r a (m dr*d MliUoa long Uwutht ecUact, in th« u. a. 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