The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 12, 1948
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MONDAY. JULY 1!, 1948 BLYTHEVTLLK (ARK.? COURIER NEWS PAGE Russians Woo Oil-Rich Iran U.S. Observers Say Soviets Seek Excuse For Troop Movements By Honald J. Gnnin\rt Wnltcd Press Staff Orrnpondrnt) WASHINGTON, July 12. <UP>— Diplomatic intelligence repots indicate that Russia Is stepping up her campaign to bring oil->-|ch Iran Into h«r sphere, it was disclosed today. Observers here believe Moscow is trying to build up a case tor ta- '.roducing Soviet troops into Iran as » "protective measure." At present, the Iranian government is non-Communist mid friendly toward the Western powers. It has long been a target of Soviet pressure because of its vast petroleum resources and its location 01 Russia's Southern boundary. Diplomatic officials said the mosi recent evidences of Russian "per suasion" include: 1. Increased propaganda attack; on the Iranian government through allocations that Amercian "mono liolies—the enemies of peace am freedom of nations' 1 aie extcndtrv thir "rule" over the political anc economic life of Iran. The bulldini of U. S- military bases in Iran alsi is a favorite theme of Moscow broadcasts which are overheard here almost daily. i 2. Reports that shares in Iranian Air, a private corporation, are being purchased with Soviet funds. 3. Incidents on the Soviet-Iranian frontier which were prompted by illegal immigration of Communists or communist-sympathizers into Azerbaijan, a northern Iranian province- K 4. Recent demonstrations against Palestine Flames Again Meyer's Bakery ••pint Ut9 of New Wrappers Th« Meyer'i B«Xin» Company, which recently purchased Uw Bljr- hev!U« unit of Mart's B»k*ry, today put their products out under lit name of Meyer'* and dropped the "Hart's" name that they had a riled sltict the transfer about » month ago. The officers of the concern, which is a*part of an Arkansas chain covering six baking plants, said today that some confusion ha ' resulted from an announcement that '.here would be an official opening today; however. Charles Meyer, Jr., said that no plans had been made for an "ojien house" and Ciere would be nothing other than a change of wrapper and a change of name to designate their opening. This'll Slay You Gold Still the McCoy In Dead wood Gulch DEADWOOD, 8. D—Since the days of '16 when Wild Bill Htclcok gave his spare gold nuggets to Calamity Jane, the men of tills mining town have rewarded (heir women with gold. In their "clean-up, paint-up' campaign this year, the boys of Dejitiwuixi Gulch made the lowly Kitchen broom their symbol of affection and ordered some solid gold brooms made up to give to their women. The brooms, designed as sizeable lapel pins, were given feminine members of the committees which did the best job during the campaign. This map shows the Jewish war situation as fighting resumed at the end of the united Nation's 28-day truce, righting in violation of the UN truce terms had already broken out at Tircli (1) on the Haifa-Tel Aviv highway, where UN vehicles were rejwrted fired on, and at Beer 'ruvya (2). (NBA Telephoto.) Iranian government by members of the Tudeh (Iranian Communist) Party. During rioting in Teheran and other large cities, dis- siuent elements shouled the Moscow propaganda line. Observers here conjecture that Russia would like to take advantage of the 1921 Soviet-Iranian treaty. By keeping close tab on the si (Clouds of [rritaUn B smoke reported vict moves the United states hopes I over Norfolk. Va.. today were ap- to avert any sleight-of-hand Fire in Swamps Sends Smoke Over Norfolk, Va. RALEIGH. N. C.. July 12. (UP) — any sleight-of-hand Soviet plans to move its troops into Iran, officials promised that should the .situation become more serious full American support of the Iranians would be brought to bear through the United Nations Russia withdrew troops from Azerbaijan in May, 1946, following Security Council action against their five-year presence in the Northern province. It was pointed out that the case against Russia could be brought up again since the 1946 dispute Is still on the Security | necessary. today parently from a, forest and swamp fire raging out of control In Washington County, N C., the state for- rester's office, said. Tiie blaze, discovered last Wednesday some 80 miles southeast of Norfolk, was reported under control Saturday but broke out again yesterday. It swept over some 4,000 acres of coastal swampland. State forest officials said a force of 50 men with firellne tractors was battling the fire and reinforcements would be sent in today If Obituaries Funeral Rites Scheduled For Mrs. Juan Riot Funeral services will be conducted nt 9 a.m. tomorrow at the Catholic Church by Father Francis B McDevitt for Mrs. Margarita Rio.? wife of Juan Rios, who came to Blythpville for the cotton season "1 can use it in the campaign" quipped President Truman us h« accepted thii silver-plated German Luger pistol. It was a S'tt {rom Dr. Junior Mills, Springfield, Mo., dentist and former artillery captain. Air Base Road. She wns 54. Mrs. Flics ll survived by her ]ms- band, four sons, two daughters, five slsters and two brothers. Burial at Dogwood Hidge Cemetery will be under the direction of the Cobb Funeral Home. Lonsdale Assails McMath Record As Prosecutor Speaking before nn nudloncc of l*>rhups 100 In the American Legion's Memorial Auditorium Saturday night, John O. Lon.sdale, Jr., candidate for governor In the Democratic Parly's preferential primary July 27, assailed his home county oplXHient, Sid McMath, prosecuting attorney of the 18th Judicial District, for his record In Clarland County. Lotusdnlc's home is m the town of I/onsdiilo. tho other Incorporated town In Garland Counts', and he accused MoMnlh of destroying ull prosperity In Hot springs by closing clown pfoftsslonal gambling. Candidate Lonsdale charges thul McMiith, the former Marine hcr.i had broken promises and neglected his duties us prosecutor while lay- Ing tho groundwork of his campaign lor governor. He declared that McMiilh'.s nd- mlnlstrntio:} as prosecuting attorney established a record lor co.sts and reminded the voters that tho man who broke up the 10-year-relxu of Leo P. Mcljuujhlin hilled In first attempts to convict the former Spn mayor Lonsdal« said Unit McMalh Is "wholly Inexperienced a* u trlnl lawyer . . . and still movo wholly inexperienced to direct th« great biuineu of the state of Arkuuu." The Missouri river dally e»rri*» away 8,000,000 tons of fertile top soil from northwestern farmland*, tccordtng to estimates. It U a W!M plan to kttp'a MB* atant check on th* fayftf •<«•!• an automobil«'i ennkcM*. The cunratun of measure* approxim inches a mile whtn it la th* MI* f&ol-Aid -Are You Lucky.- HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO GET A MOVING JOB FREE ... This special offer m designed to celebrate our 3rd Anniversary, and in doing go to express our thanks to you people who have supported our bucincM. From now until Dec. 31, 1948, moving Jobs will b« mi mix-red, and each 20th local move will be don« frce-of-charj>*. That is, moving jobs numbered 20, -10, 00, 80, elc. will be the lucky ones. We Hope Yours Is It Home Services & Storage Co. Moving — Packing — Shipping — Storage 520 Broadway BlythevilU Phone 2801 nity, today gave Us 1348 nward for ••courage in journalism" to the f ™." Gonznles, Tex. Memphis. Tenn., Press-Srimltar. The award was made at a luncheon meeting of the fraternity. Richard Wallace. sU« writer for the Press-Scimitar, accepted the Mrs. Rios diert yesterday afternoon after :i lengthy illness at their home at the Mexican Cnmp on tlic "distinguished service to American , , .journalism for courage In lour- plnqiic on bchair of tlic newspaper. I rmllsm" as a result of Its campaign The publication was cited for against race discrimination. • Council's agenda. It is there because Russia never formally reported the troop withdrawals. Stardom Colls Do you know this girl? If she can be located, she has a Holly- Wu o d en rcer ahead ol her, A film studio, seeking a ^irl to play a role in .1 .vtovie about 4-H clubs, got 10,000 snapshots. This one was chosen, but the studio lost her application and doesn't know her name. Choking smoke from peat deposits burning in the ground apparent- y was being wafted by winds to Norfolk. A checfc of borderland forests showed no other major fires officials said- And no towns were endangered by the Washington County blaze. Memphis NewspaperWins Sigma Delta Chi Award ST. LOUIS, July 12- (UP) The St. Louis chapter of - Sigma Delta Chi, national journalism fratcr- YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER HOT FLASHES tien FEEL CHILLY- Here's Good News! Are you between the SRCB of 38 and 52 and going through that trying functional 'middle-age 1 p«rlod peculiar to women? Does thla make you suner Irom hot flashes, leel cJammy. so nervous, irritable, vpak? Thou DO try Lydla E. Plnkham'* Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! It's famous for this! Many wise 'middle-age' women lake PLnkhftm's Compound regulnr- !/ to help build up resistance against this dlstrc.^. I'lnkliiiin's Compound contains no opiates—no habit-fanning drugs. It helps nature (you know what wt mean!). This great medicine also hits what Doctors call * •tomachlv tonic elt«ct. MOTE i Or jou ».j pr»f*r I.YDIA B. FIMCIIAM'S TABLETS »i Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND Youii say "Great twenty times a minute! 99 Charles A.. Fleming Candidate for Governor of Arkansas In announcing my candidacy for Governor, I wish to say if my Iriends will help me all they can, together we will win a real victory. Schools and Roads are the principal needs ol our Stale, and these are my first concern. I am a practical man and will get the Job done. Charles A. Fleming "The Poor Man's Friend" Y ES, every time you breathe (and that's 20 times a minute), you'll thank the good judgment that put you in a Packard! For only in a Packard can you get a constant flow of crisp, fresh air—even when you're standing still, with windows closed. 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