The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1947 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 10, 1947
Page 14
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PAG3 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER KIWI UEO'BMBER 10, Communist Leaders Back OH When Democratic Government Shows Strong Will to Resist EDITOR'S NOTBr In Marseille, Communism made tt« great** effort since the war to take oyer an entire city. The United Prest sent a member of Us London staff, Robert Musel, to Marseille to rt- port what happened. His first dispatch follows. By Robert Mu«*J (Unite* Fr*a» Staff Correspondent) MARSEILLE, Dec. 10. (UP)—The Communist-Inspired riot* that started here with a faked fist fight In a trolley car and flamed acroai France were *rlndltng away today In a backwash of minor gabotag* and Wright Silent On Decision of Supreme Court JACKSON, Miss., Dec. 10 (UP) — Gov. Fielding L. Wright withheld comment yesterday on the U. 8. Supreme Court decision which set aside the death sentence of a Mlsslsslpl Negro. The Supreme Court found unanimously yesterday that Negroes had been systematically banned from the Lauderdale County all-white trawler" replaced the destrqyer es- jury which convicted Eddie (But- petty violence. The *eooTid city of France and! 1t» '."Red Capita'" was beginning to relax for the first time since Nov. 12 — as much as a city can relax' under bayonets, rifles and tanks. . Perhaps 15,000 police were here. The rail terminal and harbor were strike-bound. Only a trickle of foodstuffs was coming In, and ttmt. under police escort, over roads only recently cleared of barricades. Smack up against the harbor *a«s, With guns' trained on the main street, was i> French nav»l trawler. But this was regarded by moderates as a good omen rnther than a bad one, for the little cort Morocaln, one ol six acquired from the United States, whose four-Inch guns commanded the city. The Morocain was one of the most potent warnings to the Communists that the despised Sclm- man government as prepared to •wag* civil war it need be to save the city from capture. In the last 48 hours there has been one bombing and several (1st fights as (lying squads of strikers try to keep the flow back to work from becoming a torrent. There 1» mild sabotage, such as cutting a power cable which plunged part of the town Into darkness. But these are dying throes and foreign consulates are reportinB to then- home capitals that, in its most significant test in France. Communism failed even to grab one of Its own greatest European strongholds. 'The lesson Is clear for all ol us to see," said one diplomat. "Meet a show of Communist, force .with an immediate show of greater democratic force, regardless how hgitlmate the Issue behind which the Communists hid their true Intentions It will win every time." Committee Blocks Large Machinery Shipment To Reds WASHINGTON, Dec. 10. (UP) — Chairman Rots Rizley said yesterday that his special House Investigating Subcommittee had blocked the ahlpment of matt than $20,000,000 worth of surplus war machinery to Russia. Ttw Oklahoma Republican sail the material was already crated and addressed for shipment to Rustla when It was discovered at war asfets administration surplus property depot* In Ohio and New York. He said trie subcommittee also had Information that similar ship- menu were being held up at the Chicago War Assets Depot. The •ub-commltl** U Investigating other surplus depots, he said, for possible other consignment* to valent' among our people." Hlzley said the consignments Included several types o! machinery which are scarce In this country, including sawmill equipment, dlesel engines, mine locomotives, lumbering cranes and three or four miles oJ pipe. With the Courts Chancery Helen Mitchell vs. Earl D. Mitchell, suit for divorce. Pannle B. Irvin vs. ottU Guy Irvln, suit (or divorce. The United States Air Force now has P-84 Thunderjet fighter planes capable of going Into action with heavy fire power while flying at I almost sonic speed. Dregon Hunter Discovers Plane Wreckage I^JRTLAND, Ore,, Dec. 10 (UP) — The wreckage of a large-airplane and human bone* have been found ay a hunter In the Blue Mountains between La Grande and Pendleton, Ore,, the Civil Aeronautics Administration and McChord Field authorities reported today. CAA official* examined bones brought to Salem from the wreckage at Meacham, Ore. They said there was no way of determlng Immediately how many p«r«on» may have perished. The plane and th« bodies apparently had lain exposed for a considerable length of tlnte. CAA official* expressed the opinion the wreckage waa that of a Military plane. Uoa* Near 6/e* Club Members of the sixth grade glee club of Central Grade' School presented a musical program at the weekly meeting of the Lions Club yesterday noon at the Hotel Noble. Mri..lJ]llan Prank directed the THE PROOF OF ITS GOODNESS .APE ITS THOUSANDS [Of REGULAR USERS/ nri ALL VEGETABLE fit* dub, which WM accompanied by Mr*. Ralph A. Berryman. Read Courier News Want Ad*. Beware Coughs .rfj. Mm CHRISTINAS That Hang On Creomulslon reUereii ptonpUj because It goes right to th* mil of the trouble To help too*en and expel •<erm laden phlegm, and eld nature ••,> soothe end heal raw, tender, ln~ ilamed bronchial mucous mem- bMUies. Tell your druggist to sell yon a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding you must like toe war it r;Ulckiy allays the cough or you ar* i o have your money tvicr CREOMULSION tor Cowdu,OiMt CeUt, Bronchitfe .a,** * r /wi,«i r pio* >• **>• comfort *.. . - ,. linnc toon — fu from *• •*"* I butilioc Azomgnt Vom cboof^fr** I a vimty of Iov«lr> p«ciic»l aim •— Mch.ttf.cliveIypKk.««li»»»«'J CtwiilKHi lifl bo>. .TM •••»?' •• roar Chriitai.i ikoppiM »nt>U* | i to dttktt iw<r < .t«lr»lto««. CAlt O« WKITI C. C. ELD RIDGE DISTRIBUTOR 1612 W. Cherry Phao* 4*9* tcr) Patton of the Staying of a, whit* man. But Atty. Gen. Greek L. Rice said In (i prepared statement he thought the court's decision was regrettable. "We must, of course, accept and abide by the decree..." he said, "Despite the" fact we feel our courts are operating In compliance with the needs and conditions existing in our state and affecting our people." Rice nctded that "we must, however, disagree with the decision." He said state law required that jurors be registered voters, and that only 100 Negroes were registered in Laudcrdnle County, against 1,000 white citizens. White Women Fleece Negroes With 'Hoodoo' LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Dec. 10 (UP)—Pulaskl County officers were . looking for two white women in their 40's today,'who allegedly took the $1,776 life savings of an aged Negro brother \nd sister. Deputy Sheriff Bill Johnson said the women tricked the Negroes by staging what was described as "hoodoo rites" and then giving the victims a package full of scraps of newspaper in return for the money. The victims were Identified as Henry Russell, 80, and his sister Gertrude Brools, 76. i Read Courier News Want Ads WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- *iu»M CtlMtl—AU Yn'B J«^ Ort •! BW fc UM Hmbf Rufa' U G. TKe Hvcr thbuld pour out about 2 pint* of blla juice Into your boweUcwy d*y. I( thin bito U not flowing freely, your food m*y not digdt. It may jiut decay In tht bcwtl*. Then gas bloaU up your rto much. You nt •t[pated. You lad BOUT, wflk aad tM i look* punk. It Ukca thon mUd, ccnU* Cmrt«r'i Lltti* Liver Filli to get tbt»e 2 piata ol bile (lowing freely to make you fed "up and up." Get • pickle* today. Eflsctifft [a makW bilD flnw fmfy. Ailc for Cart«*i LlUI* UTV •t any drugstore. , His Biq Gift I («> Here arc ibc motors with i ptiHgrer the motors with the greil features fishermen want! 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