The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 5, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 5, 1948
Page 7
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THUHSIMY, KKBKUAHV b. 1018 Ex-Nazi General Aspect sheds Commits Suicide %%£*£* Johannes Bloskowiti ., • Leaps Over Guard Rail in German Prison JUATllKVIU.K (AUK.) COUU1KK Nl',\\7 , had marie ijiroaii* | n(0 a ,.,,,,. cracking nans Ulal. 0|x.|-atcd 111 s ecemer Among the charges were murder ^,-,;,, LJ V WiHJfltJISOU, 1 tncUilr l<1 h '*- • S ' 81!E(1 Yemeni, j the first Muemberiz erncrnU h -Hi ' Miu'.« ^'1^' A ' Briekley, Ark-, who killed him,el!^n- umpiU m^ 'T, e a fan»':,, all<! B ' S "°!'' Ga <•]• the ii|)|,p,. rniuiiD insiii. tin- Nil -i? " w " s nll <Wly rc- milwr; lull NXMIMDIP for ilu-fis o[ drill; stores Blaskowilx; a field marshal! ri,,r- ! Bc,lHm"7 r°",T",' A ' Ull e l <>». na., "is (he Bar who held the ncrmi , , • . ' Kl " Ir S'. Tenii., Mill- n-nt rank- O f peHcral H'as atnot'i-j r Irii'i' n °" 1! - Pl'wnix Oily, Ala., three field nmrfhals.' an admiral GMdliniw r CoffcvlIlE ' MLs! ' a » d »nrl 10 wnwals Inflated on war C ' oodllo l ><> ' Ga. crimes charges last December rt „... , ~ '~ n ie Killed, Two Injured Three-Way Accident i POCAHONTAS. Ark.. Pel). S (UPI i—One man was killed and two persons were Injured in a threc-cor on Highway 67. four miles 'South of here yesterdav. The dead man was identified i.« Cecil Jones, 28. ot Royallon, III. Tnc injured K-CJ-C Thomas Unldt. 26. aarl Ben Chapman, both of Sikesto". Mo. Raidt and Chapman were riding ir one car en route lo Port Smith I [ In the second car was Jones ac comnanied by Mrs. Marvin JOIK-- Riul Eve Jones, also of Royaltou Ine third car was driven by Charlc- Hrown of Poculioiilns. Charge, Sp.inlth War An Impor'nM purl of (lie Indiet- ment dalrtl bacX ( o the Spanish «vi! war days. It -hrrged the de- [rndantx with conspiracy to wage wnr through the Gerin.m hlch command decision to use Spain as a testing Kronnd for German Ar»iv men and weapons. Blasko-A-itz served In many places dilnno the war. A lank specialist, he was credited with ongi- necrinst the German break throuirli «t Sedan in 1940 which caused France to collapse. Despite Blaskowilz' death, the L trial of the other defendants open' ed on schedule u-itii Prasccntor Brlir. Gen. Tclford Taylor con- acnmlng them for the murder of millions of Innocent civilians." AmoiiR th p 13 defendants Icn to be tried are Field Marshal Wil- nclm Hitter Von Leeb, army »roiip coniinaiicler in France; Field Marshal Hueo Sperrle. commander of the Na?.i condor Legion in Spain and of the air fleet which blitzed London: and Field Marshal George Karl Kriediich-Wilhelm von Kue- chJer, arm v commander in Russia. Iraq Cabinet R&iects Part With British BAGHBAD. Pcb. S (tjpl— Th- Iraq cabinet last night rciecied the Anclo-Irnq treaty signed lixst month In England which touched at! «-ide- I spread rioting in this country. The cabinet decision reflected the violent opposition registered in Iraq after Premier Saleh Jabr nncl British Foreign Secretory Ernest Bevin signed the pact. It would have giv.-r, Britain bases in this country, and the right to move in forces in event of a threat of war. At the peak ol the latest outburst of rioting in which scores were killed or injured. Jabr fled by plane to Trfins-.7ordati. To Christen Tow boat WASHINGTON. Feb. & H/PI-. Mrs. Harry Truman and Miss Mar. EH ret Truman left yesterday -,v train for New Orleans where the Presidents daughter will christen .the towboat "Harry Truman." Tht\ I will return in a few days. lUIClTRtLIEF FRO* Symptomi «f DiitrxiArhint frwn STOMACH ULCERS B«*TO EXCESS ACID Fret B oo kTril s ol Kom«TrMtm«ntt«»t M««t H.lp w H WIN Cost Yo« Nothing " hrtK million hoUlMof Ihe Wn.i.imj si»M for relief of hrvv * " <in 15 i «ph .M ".*. I" *?' L." 111 r h '"''• KIRBY iii-wlv niiu'b co. KIRHV OKUG <:OMPANY OWENS KKXAM. OIllIC; CO ARMOHEL DRUG COMPANY' Armorel: PETTV'S FliAKMACK Three Die in Crash HARRISON. Ark.. Pcb S <UP»_ The death toll ot an automobile crash near Harrison rose to three yesterday. Killed Instantly was Dwiglit Sullivan. 28. of Pyatt, Ark. "HIS 60- year-old mother. Mrs. Lou Sullivan riled a few hours later, and his brother, Talmadgc Sullivan, 30 died later in a hospital hcre. BACKACHE, LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidney* When rli.o^.r of Iddn.j- fanrtion Mrmils poisonous m»,t,r ,o Km»i n in Wotxi nmK**! ""'" n *? ci " i! l>«k«>>e. rh«uit,»tic I>«IIM. IfK invnn. lo,, of P€i,,^d tnerio-. Ke u tin, ,,p nwMa. imlliti K , pntfn,^ , ln ,lr " K.l,tTp.,«M. «ilh ,m»rtm K .nd hurniOT «onrt,mM ill»«» tl>«'« i« .omclhine KronJ ««H irm.r VMr»;> or bi.rtdir. 'Don't *,jt ! AjV : jour<Iro BB ;, c f or D< ,»,,., Pilli. » .limul.nt dS,r«lic. ns«4 ^cco.fully hy mill,orn for ovrr 5a ve*ri>. DoanN Kivf hjppy rritcf .nd [will help the 15 mile" oi I-inner tuba flush out pnl wn ou5->r«ste Jrom your blooiL Get Doan's J'iljj, NOTICE Temporary Office of the FAMILY SHOE STORE Now Located At 306 W. Main Open for Business Transactions Only Kr-TKCTIVK Friday, Feb. 6 Hours 10 a.m.-4 p.m. We expecf to be back in our ofd location ot 312 W. Main within the next 90 days. FAMILY SHOE STORE PAGE .SEVEN YOU WON'T BELIEVE IT! DRASTIC REDUCTIONS — AT — APPLEBAUNTS ALL SOILED Our oil stove acted up and gave off more smoke than heat TVs- day mormng-and even though the insurance adjuster will not a«r« here was any appreciable damage-we are going to sell everything that was damaged at drastic reductions so that there will be no trace ot what could have been a fire. We have priced ail merchandise at prices that will astound you he- caiise we want to move it all out Friday and Saturday, and to those who wan to take advantage of these wonderful values we urge you to come early! J Yes, you will find lots of brand new Spring Dresses, Coats and buits as well as some late Winter merchandise that will be a bargain if you don t get to wear it but one time. Come in we have all our Smoke Soiled Merchandise on racks and reduced 25% 33^3% 50 0/ G 75 Remember, we don't have enough to go around, but those who get here first wid never regret it. SALE STARTS FRIDAY MORNING AT 9 A. M. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED r M MQ. stove ' too! S° when you gel ready for your Spnng outfit, remember Applcbaum'a Ladies Toggery will be ready all new merchandise. None of it will be Smoke Soiled. • Ql WE»T MAIN * BUYTHCVILLB DELICIOUS WAFFLES Ar* Alwjiy.s in Sciisoii > TltV TIIIOM AT THK Nickel Stand MM. .lurk S.-illb;i l«^ IVrst Mul,, SlrfCl City Radio •Service- Dial 2407 fur K»|»r1 R*p*1 ra >'U R«il Main HI. Felix A. Carnty I.'K'.'ll * l.fllljr |(is(ltlH'l> Hauling Moving a Specialty Anvlinic — Anywhere Any I'litre Buck Mcharg 401 E. Main St. I'linnrs: Djiy U',n "Buy Yours" City Drug Co. "" I'.'.'isl Alain Sf. Name Brands • LIQUORS and • WINES FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aqueiia Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. \Vc Deliver I'lione 6!M Porfo Rico KII..N im n;i> SWEET POTATOES Delivered („ Vnur f> I'lmnrs li;77—l!fl,Sli Buck Mcharg Produce "I I'.. Miiln SI. Buy Now Pay Next Fall '/z Down—Bal. Oct. 1 HUBBARD Furniture Co. Guaranteed RADIO REPAIR liy ICxnrrt ('-•ill SI I Brooks Music Store KI7 10. Main Concrete Tile Sewer Tile Sl«-s 4. fi and X Inch Culvert Tile Sl/r.s 10. l-i. is, | S . 21, 24, 30 and 3S Inch A. H. WEBB II»y. 61 at Stale Mn« I'linnr Illyllipvllle ^l^ RADIO REPAIR i AND 2 n,\v srcnvioE ON ANY MAKK OR MODKL Kfi- LIABI.K WORKMANSHIP PHONE 2642 IV'o nill for iiml Uolivnr FRED CALLIHAN Kliiclririil A|)|)liiincc Co. Aiillnirivcil .Mnl.itnki ll'idlo Siilrs ami S.-riW Idd Soulh I'irsl St. | « Take a s.inr] li,,,k. II,, ynur . ' . f;unily's slinos neeil mcndlnn, • I . new hi-fis, snles? Let our «i- I '. I jifi-ls ilii Ihc Job! • H-flLTCRS QURUITY SHOe SHOP 121 W, M«l N ST. Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY I'limie 20i:f 1011 Cli 1 I Have On Hand At All Times ; Srvri nl It net (M.I niul cfjuijitncnt 'j . . . both nrw nnd used ones ' JOHM DFIEHE, PAHMALL and < nllier innkcx. Al.«o. I have Tor ' s«l(? nt nil linres 70 In 80 head of ' uuilrxs Trnns can be !\rracii;cd. ; Wftt trade for most anything •- you hsive, j N e \\- l''o t'(l T rac 1 o rs | Hisidy for Delivery F.C.CROWE > I Mile H. of First National Insurance Agency FOR CO.MPI ICTR PROTECTION 1'liDiio 23H K'S North 2nd St: Mil,], WILSON • CHARI.KS BITTNBK BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE— Phorv -NORTH TENTH

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