PAG* I1X Red Terrorists Active on Island Military Governor Of KOCMI Reports 60 Killed in Riots BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SUff •BOCU ,M«y «. (UP)—Army- trained Communist agent* have landed on Cheju Island, 50 miles South of Korea, to direct guerrillas IB a terrorism campaign connected with next Monday's elections, the tj., 8- military governor of Korea cbarcM today. abrty persona have been killed In Moody rioting on the Island since April 2. MaJ. Gen. William F. Dean, who ba» Ju»t returned from an Inspec- 'tton trip there, said separate Investigations by him and South Korean officials led to the ccmclu- ,-aion that agents of the North Korean Communist Army hart been landed. They were sent, he said, to "Induce misinformed young men to murder people favoring the elec- tiona and to burn their homes." Two hundred members of the K-.'lonal Assembly will be elected to the American-occupied Southern Zone in a race which Russia au said ahould be smashed to S8"- Kerca from becoming an American colony. Violence. Is expected because of Communist pledges to holt or discredit the elections, which have been aanctioned by the United Nations. Dean said he suspected army men were present on chejn because of the method of operations. "The coordination In one raid, In which two groups attacked a Tillage from two sides, withdrew and rejoined before taking to the hlll«, leads us to believe the attack waa radio-directed by a North Korean Army man on the bland," .Dean aald- Sonny Wisecarver Again Tangle* with the Low LOB ANGEIJSS, May 8. (UP)— A warrant was out today for the •rreat of 18-year-old Ellsworth (Sonny) WUecarver to finish six months of his youth camp sentence for eloping with two married wo- jnen. Sonny ran away from the camp because they wouldn't let him ianoke. Since then he has married a girl his own age and haa been working In Laa Vegas, Nev.. u a fcui boy and here u a baby-sitter. . Be wa* «ent*n«d to the camp as • Jurenlle delinquent after he and Mr». Beanor Deveny left her home to get a hamburger and were gone *Mr day*. Under Fire Opportunity to Overcome Retarding Speech Defect Given Seven-Year-Old THURSDAY, MAT 6, 1948 ZANKVILLE. O., May «. Seven-year-old Davey Hook, who resembles Huckleberry Finn right down to his cowlick and freckles, stammered goodbye (o a host of well-wishers here yesterday. Then he boarded a TWA plane for the Institute of Logopcdlcs at Wichita, Kas., and a chance to overcome a speech defect that has kept him In the first grade for two years. Blacktopping of Highway 79 Gets Under Way CAMDEN, Ark., May 6. (UP) — Highway officials closed the Cam- dcn-Stephens highway to all traffic today as black-topping on Highway 79 was started. A detour through Fail-view has been marked, aecord- A young Jewish woman carries a child across the old Jaffa Road in Jerusalem, under the fire of Arab«, during a battle for control of the city. British, Jewi*h and Arab forces are engaged in heavy fighting around Jerusalem's zion Hill. (NBA Radlo-Tclephoto by David S. Boyer. staff photographer.) NOTICE • Notice ta hereby given that the wxtanagned will within the time flx*A by law apply to the Commls- monrr of Revenues of the State of ArkanjM for a permit to sell beer •1 retail at 816 8. First St. Blythe- VtUt, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is • eltlien of Arkansas, of good moral owrmcter, that he has never been eonyicted of a felony or other crime JnvolTlng moral turpitude; that no HCCBM to sell beer by the under- •riCBw] hai been revoked within five ywn la*t put; and that the urt- tmtfuA haa never been convicted of violating the laws of this ataU, or any other state, relating to the sate of alcoholic liquors. JAMES FORD Subtcribed and sworn to before Me thli 5 day of May, 1948. Elizabeth Mason, (SEAL) Notary Public. My Commission expires 4-28-50 Sheridan Man Named State Comptroller LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 6. (UP)— Gov. Ben Lsiiiey yesterday named Walter Lokcy of Sheridan as state comptroller .succeeding John Truempcr who resigned recently. Lokey has been serving as assistant state revenue commissioner during the Laney administration. Prior to that time he was state Investigator for the War Production Board. Trucmpor resigned last week to accept a position ns state agent of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation In Arkansas. The governor also announced ths appointment of Herbert Parker of Joncsboro to the State Board of Pharmacy. Parker succeeds Elmer M| Purcell of Rector whose five- year term expired May 1. U. ot A. May Get Fine Arts Buildings in '49 • FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., May 6.— (UP)— Prcs. Lewis Webster Jones of the University of Arkansas revealed yesterday the projected Pine Arts buildings may he ready for use by September, 1948, or by the following February. Edward r. stone, professor of architecture nt Yale University and E. L. Flood of New York, bought a scale model o( the proposed fine nrU setup to FayeUeville for approval of University officials yes- States who can't talk so others can understand them, Davey's plight first came to light when Zanesvllle Mayor William G. Watson, secretary of the local Eagles Lodge, Aerie 302, wrote to Dr. Martin P. Palmer, director of the Institute. Watson urged that ^ Davey be treated by Dr. Palmer, and said the lodge would foot the bill. Lavey was selected for the trip from 80 children interviewed by Indge nnd Institute officials to spotlight the need for such training among millions of others. The youngster*!) frlst crude teacher, Miss Wilma Buckholtz, told the loflgc thnt Davey had a high I. Q. The only reason he ,had been held back in his class, she said, was because Davey could not recite. It wasn't because he wasn't smart, she added, Davey likes to compose rhymes nnd bits of poetry about events at school. Hl s most cherished desire is to be able [o read his own poetry and recite in class with his schoolmates. Despite his voioc Impediment, he has never allowed it to detract from his personality. Davey possesses a sharp wit. n friendly smile and plenty of spirit, his teacher said. When Davey gets older, lie wntils to be an artist. His teacher claims he already hKs talent equal to students of high school level. .. -— J"" " "* link in the road from Camden to the Louisiana Line. Nonce Notice 1 S hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer nt retail n t lofl E. Main, Blytheville, Arkansas. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he hes never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the! undersigned has been revoked'with-I m five years last past; and that' the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of i this state, or any other state, relat- | ing to the sale of alcoholic liquors.: CAGLE ft COPELAND. I By Fred Cope-and Subscribed and sworn to before Loyalty Review Board Seeks Ruling on Reds WASHINGTON, May «. (UP> _ A formal Justice Department ruling that, the Communist Party advocates the violent overthrow of the u. S. g9vernment appeared m the making today. Government lawyers predicted Attorney General Tom C, Clar* would make such a ruling in answer to a request by Chairman S«lth I Richardson of the President's Lay- ally Review Board. The board * the final court of appeals for gov- ' ernment workers whose loyalty is ' questioned. Clark and former attorneys general have long regarded the Communist Party as subversive. But If I or when—the new ruling comes, it ' will be the first time the government officially has branded the party a revolutionary organization The supreme court never has ruled on the party's character. m« this 5 day of May, 1948. f=«.A,» Elizabeth Mason, (SEAL) Notary Public. My Commission expires 4-28-50. the BEAUTY BAR Mr§. Nori Bpradlry, owner Olenco. Hotel Building Phone 3202 Marg.ret Dc»n Smith. Patty Lucy Operator* STUDEBAKER . . . Originated the "New Look" in Motor Cars/ • First In Style! • First In Vision! • First by far with a Post War Car! Guaranteed Used Cars and Trucks See Chamblln Sa/es Co. for Complete Service/ CHAMBLIN SALES CO. "Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer" R.R. & Ash Sts. Phone 2195 terday. The million-dollar project will include a three-story classroom and office building; an experimental theatre seating 300-500 persons; an outdoor theatre seating 200; an outdoor sculpture court and n connecting gallery with glass walls. Jones described the reaction of university officials as "enthusiast- WED IN THE WOOD ttteOtuL fo tfMlf If mewu Iho! fine Glenmore whiiiciei ore blended with choke«t grain neutral spirits but initeod of being bottled hrmedia>ely, "Thompson" is put back into barrels to make If «moofher, fastier. Blended Whiskey" *6 proof. Tlie straight whiskies In this product are 4 yo.irs or more old. 70*; neutral spIrUa. m Little Rock , A rka: v Her»'j Tip I HAH! KIYSTONI3I rm AU cu»«Mi MYtBID Wu have other types Keystone" Hybrid Corn, While & Yellow, Early & Medium Late, Small & Large Stalk, suiter] ( 0 any type soil. Also all popular Varieties Soybeans. Alfalfa, and other lield seed. Biytheville Soybean Corp. 856 —Phones— 857 .... Elliott Johns, Prop FOR REFRESHMENT AT ANY TIME! Our Restaurant Has I5ccn Redecorated For Your Comfort JOHNS CAFE 409 Wesr Main REFRESHING REDUCING INVIGORATING von °H young and be young agnin by sulphur bath and oil massages. Course of 10 for $20 For Appointment Call 2539 - 1510 Ash Street " Violetta Morgan Masseuse . • • 2071 for Repairs! RADIO & PHONOGRAPH Service—Both AM and KM REFRIGERATION SERVICE Household-Commercial and Aid-Conditioning Gae 4 Ekctric WASHERS GASOLINE ENGINES ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY Pohne 2071 Bottled by SANDERS & WHEELER BlytheyiJIe, Ark. MEMO Have the car checked at LEE MOTOR SALES INC. When first thoughts of casting for trout, .or swimming in cool surf stray into your mind better make plans for a thorough Lee Motor checkup right away. Let our expert mechanics go over your car, put it in top form for pleasurable summer and vacation driving. 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