The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1947 · Page 6
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FAQC SOC BLYTHZVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWi Russians Adopt Role of Protector Soviet' Union Say* It 'Dtfcnds' Rights Of Both Jiwt, Arabt By DMuld 3. G (United IVew Staff Compondent) WASHINGTON, D:=. 17 (UP)— Government Intelligence expert* today reported a shift In Soviet propaganda . to play up Russia as the protector of both the Jews and Arabs against American and British "Imperialism." These experts analyzed the trend as an effort by the Russians to lay the ground work for & toehold In Palestine which would be used as a Communist springboard for infiltration into the oil-rich Middle East. Russian propagandists were said to have ignored or played down the United Nations decision on Palestine partition until aljoiil a week) ago. Then the Communist press and radio began a campaign apparently directed at making political .capital out of the move, the experts said. Official intelligence studies made available today said the Russians • in the last few days have: 1. Emphasized that the Soviet Union "has no direct material nr . other interests In Palestine whatsoever." 2. Declared that the Soviet Union "defends the rights ol both Arabs and Jews." . 3. Asserted "there is no. guarantee that the Anglo-U. F imperialist circles will carry out these U. N, decisions in good faith." SoTiet Interest Urmcadvmlc Diplomatic officials said Russian Interest in the Middle East is far from academic. Russia's known oil reserves are estimated at about «,000.000,000 barrels, compared with • n estimated Middle East reserve of nearly 30,000,000.000, mainly held by American and British Interests. These officials said the Ruslans obviously were bent on taking advantage of the withdrawal of British troops from Palestine, and at the same time playing up decline if American popularity in the Arab world over the Palestine issue. Additional tension In the area would threaten the oil production so necessary for the Marshsll Plan. Informants poinled out that the question of forming an International force to replace British troops after May U li closely tied to ths future Century-Old Pioneer Gets Face-Liftin( Rolling again, but under borrowed power, the venerabl* "Pioneer " trail-blazing locomotive, heads for the shopi of the Chicago and North Western Railway Syrtcm, lor a complete overhaul and "retread" treatment. The Pioneer, which pulled the flrat westbound train from Chicago In 1848, was taken from Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry and will have a place ol honor In thi rall- road'i centennial celebration starling Jan. 1. Abrasive Makers Sued For Fixing of Prices WASHINGTON, Dec. 17. (UP) — The Justice Department, yesterday charged the Ahraslvc Grain Association and five of* Its member corporations with fixing prices In vlolRllon of l!ie federal And-Trtist balance o( newer '» the Middle East. Russia, they recalled, has never con- iwnted to place Soviet troops under n foreign commander. Hence It Is expected to press for a "zone'* of control similar to those now in effect In Germany and Austria. This, it was said, could serve as a "breed- Ing ground" for Communist expansion In the Middle Enst. Despite the tension In the Middle Enst, Arab states have yet rrmrte no formal threats to American Interests there. American companies own or hive concessions on an estimated 10,500,000,000 barrels of the estimated 30,000,000,000 barrels believed to be In Middle Eastern fields. With the Courts Chancery Lorraine Gould va.' Lawrence Gould; suit for divorce. Charles H. Kendall v«. Leta M. Kendall; suit for divorce. Sue Ellen Lesley vs. J. W. Letley; suit for divorce. COMMON FLEAS E. B. Woodson vs. Harwell Swanson; -suit for $200 damages to auto, in accident on Oct. 17. Laws. In a civil suit filed in the U 8 District Court, in Buffalo. N V,, the Department, accused tile ' five abrasive irmmifactun>r« of working tlirougli the n.ssocintlon to eliminate price competition and to bring about uniform prices In the sale of artificial abrasive. The Department, asked the court to order the dissolution of the association and to compel the companies to end their alleged price- fixing practice*. Mother, Son Injured, Pilot Killed in Crash CARROL1,TON, Ga,, r>.c. 17 (UP) —A mother and her 10-year-old son were reported In "very bad" condition in Carrolllbn Clinic today after (he plane in which they were passengers crashed near here last night, killing the pilot instantly. The pilot was Identified as Joseph W. Jowett, 22, of Tampa, Fla. The Injured are Mr«. Alglne Bishop of Atlanta and her «m, Charleis Matthew Green. The Injured woman said the plane was en route from Tampa to Gadsden, Ala., when It crashed just one mile from Jake Airport here. The pilot altered his course when the plane developed motor trouble, she salil. and hearted lor the Mncoti field. The field lights were visible when they crashed. Clinic attaches said the boy sul- fered a fractured skull and broken legi ard arms. Mrs. Bishop's injuries were not immediately known, Mark Twain Introduced Winston Churchill to the audience wlicn Churchill marie his first speech in America in 1900. Trucker Stows Away on Bomber For Florida Trip MIAMI. Fla., Dec. 17 (UP)—Peter Spano, 35-year-old truck driver from the Bronx who stowed away on a B-29 bomber to go to Florida for his bronchial trouble, was looking out at the sunshine from a tall cell today. U. 8. Commissioner Roger E. Davis set Spano's ball on the stowaway charge at $100—making it "light" so Peter could look for a fresh- air Job. But Spano didn't have the $100 so he waited In Jail till It could be raked. The Bronx truck driver waved Kooduye to his, brother, a crewman on the Army plane, just before he took off from Newark, N. J., Monday. Then Peter decided he might as well go along, so he Jammed him- scil Into the plane's tail compartment. His crewman brother, who didn't know Peter was aboard, was held In military detention. T. H. Wmpion, «, vu r«port«xl hi • grave condition at a Llttl*. ~ hocpltal. Train, Truck Collide LITTLE ROCK, Ark,, Dec. IT <UPi —Services were planned at Little Rock today for Miles L. White. 25 who was killed yesterday when Ills' pickup truck collided with a Rock Island train. A passenger in the truck. Mrs. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1947 4 ™ ALAIUFOB Rhumatism Kidney, Bladder -if* ar« the motor* with a firJifrir tk* motor* with iht »re«t feature* fither- men want! Th» only Motor* with ih* revolutionary W«dle« Drive, Inat I«n yoo run j'ujt • bout anywhere there** wjterl E»clu»ive four-cyl inder perfofmince, too — EvinruJe iltrling e»e ! hivt t limited fupply o< Evinrud« ri(ht now — but better hurtyl Hall & Redman OUTBOARD MOTORS 610 W. Ash St. Phons 2971 Catalog Orders placed up to December 19th will reach you in time for Christmas Just place your order with our Gilalog Salea Department anytime up to December 00, and you'll have your purchases in time for Christmas. Choose from ihc.wirlc selections of gifts in both Wards big gift-packed Christmas Book and the Fall and Winter Catalog. Here you'll find the right gift, and what's more important at the rigid price, for every name on your list. SHOP TWO CONVENIENT WAYS Shop at home hy phone. Simply make your selections from Wards big Christmas Book and General Catalog leisurely in th» comfort of your own home. Then phone our Catalog Sales Department to place your order. If you're downtown, you may wish to shop personally in ^our conveniently located Calalog Sales Department. You'll be *-tMe to do all of your holiday shopping in just on« visit. Whichever way j-ou choose, you'll find catalog shopping saves you lime, money and effort. Make your .elections today and place your order either by phone or in person. It will still be delivered in tinm fnr Om'Mmas. CATALOG ORDERS PLACED TODAY De!iv«r*d in 72 Hour* A WONDERLAND FOR GJRIS AND BOYS SPARKLE PLENTY FAMOUS BABY OOLL 5 95 Right out of the comic strip! Has lifelike Magic Skin. Movable arms, legs. 14*. RUBBER BABY DOU IAYETTE AND CASE 7 98 DHnking-wetting rloll with sleeping eyca. Layette and playthings as ihown. MARX ELECTRIC FREIGHT TRAIN 22 95 Die-Cast locomotive ami five §cale model can. Cornel with transformer, track. B LITE BUBBLE SET PRETTY, DECORATIVE 2'* Moving bubble* form from heat of bulb. Colorful, unusual. Sturdy, long luting. «-•«• starts rrrt XMAS TREE LIGHTS H9 P«<*e<5 wrA 8 assorted G.E. colo* lamps. 15 foot loop. Long lasting RUfJOH) ClIMBfNO TRACTOR 2.98 STURDY VtLOClPEDI A REAL BARGAIN FOR . Moulded rubber aacidle, tubular tte«l frame, 16" ball-bearing front whe«l. H«s hand brake, rub- ker treadt, rear hook for towing. Runs over obstacle*. Realislio. Beginner's Roller Skarci 1.98 Plain hearing all- *(ecl wheels, under- Rene. \Vcl> straps hold loe and heel firmly. MAUtTIC rtAITIC ITOVI 1.69 Op«« th« OTMI door and drawert, turn th» |»a jeta, do all birt eookl With utensiln. TOY SINK HAS RUNNING WATER 38c Turn the faucet to lei the water pour! Has 3 (tiding drawers, real loap chips, fleansrr. This Natural Mineral Water from Hot SprJn£6, Arkansas, Helps to— I. Stimulate kidney Junction. Why not gl»« J. Soothe bladder Irritation. I. Neutralize iirlc-nciriay. ». Discharge systemic wastes. not Mountain Valley . trial? It has helped in any tliausanda. Delightful to drink. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division niytheville, Ark. DAVID B. ANDERSON MASON CONTRACTOR Brick Work of Quality Boiler Work and Remodeling a Specialty Phone 4641 Come To Our TOYLAND! 16 In. TItIC VCLES $9.05 Overland CGASTEK WAGON ... J8.05 LOOK A1 All Kinds Doll» Doll Buggies ... Christmas Tree LIGHTS THIS— S1.98 up J4.S5 up S'i.89 BLAN HEATH *£& SUPPLY f F'hone 826, 41!) West Main Street FARM DITCHES DRAGLINE- EXCAVATION R. M. HEUCHAN P. 0. Box 883 CONTRACTOR ' Blytheville, Ark. Phone 4821 First National Insurance Agency -, FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION Phone 2311 108 North 2nd St. BILL WILSON CHARLES B1TTNER Have You Tried Bowling? Regulation 10 Pin Alleys! Enjoy This Healthful Sport Regularly at CHITWOOD'S 10 PIN BOWLING ALLEY In 500 Block on East Main Street Phone 4929 •• FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S. J*COHEN Contractor LYNCH 6LDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. • Wioae, 3646 awl2525

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