The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 14, 1948 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 14, 1948
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r I1X BLYTHEVILLR (ARK.)' COUIUER NEW? I WifhdrawalPrice Of Marines' Lives Chinese Reds Tell U.S. to Leove China Or Man Will Be Killed l*y Arthur Got)) PrtM Staff Correspondent) SHANGHAI, Feb. 14. UP)— The lately and perhaps th e lives of four t/. S. Marines taken prisoner on a CSiristmas Day hunting ex) | ill- tlon were put on the block by Chinese Communists today aj the price for » complete U. S. withdrawal from China, A Communist radio broadcast ad- milted Mint one Mnrlne fn a hunt- Ing party of five, pfc. Charles J. Brayton, Jr., whose father Is a civilian employe at Port Jay, N. Y.. \va» killed by the Communist*. Brayton died of wounds receiving during his capture, the broadcast said. In i virtual ultimatum to the t>. S., the broadcast said the surviving (our might be given "clem- »ncy" tf American forces withdrew completely from China. The fate ot the Marines, the broadcast .said, rests fully on U. S. Navy Western Pacific iii' ters and the U. S. government. It said the Marines are beltii? lirtd under orders ol "military hcad- QUaricra for East Shantung." Those held are Cpl. William L. Pollard, Fort Worth. Tex.; Pfc- Calrol W. Dickerwin. Olathc, Kan.; Pvt. Robert. Hart, Pittsburgh. Pa., •nd Pfc Thomns Kafwdistrla, Buffalo. N. Y. Calls Marines "Stnoccs" The Communist said tliry "captured the fiv e Marine stooRes \vllh- oilt their rifles, wounding ouc of the Marines in the process, 11 \vhilo the Americans were "participating in China's civil war." "The five soldiers of the U. S. Marine Corps were fighting afi.iinst the People's Liberation Army at a spot 33 mile, 1 ; from T.shistao at fi time when the spot was on the very firing lines," the broadcast said. Is'aVy and Marine spokesmen rejected th(, Communist chnrce. They said four of the five men were on an official hunting leave when they Intervenes Mrs. I/oma clem, 19, who contends her hiishnnd, Corp. Joe T. Clem is bolujt unjustly held in n Florida prison, serves coftee at a Foil Worth, Texas .sod:i fountain where she is employed. Mr.s. Clem to)d District Attorney Al Clyde In-r husband is .serving an 8-year sentence on Florida, lone! i<nnu for an 87 cent robbery which another man lias confessed. <NE'A Tclcphoto) One Arkansas River Hears Flood Stage WTI'LK ROCK, Ark.. Feb. H._ l*) — Flood .stnues were expcctet! were captured. The fifth man. they i lo be reached today at all iMrt. WHS on nnnuthori/.cd leave. the Onachitu point" river, the U S The Marines were cnrryiiiR shot- j V.'c.uhrr llumui. (U LilUc Rock Kn- guns and not rifles on their hunting expedition, these sources said. The area mentioned in the Com- nouncril. A level of i'F-lC feel was predict- Arkadcl- Soviets to Stall On 'Settlements' Marshall Gloomy Over Possibility ot Early Negotiations By fl. H. Nlmrkl'urd Unlleil I'rcss Staff Oirrcsiiriiidi'iit WASHINGTON. Feb. 14. (UP) — Secretary ol State Cconic C, Marshall lias abandoned virtually all 'lojw that thc Russians urn! Amer- ciins will he able to "lio business" >n po.slwar jieace settlements In :he foreseeable fiir.ure—inaybe sis 'oiiB as live years it wn.s learned today. Marshall was represented as bG- llcvmi! that, there will be no b.isis for negotiation with the Russians on outsl.indiiiK isstie.s. let nlone a settlement, until the Soviet rulers arc convinced that the Marshall Ulan will help Europe to recover. The Marshall plan Is a 4 i;4- ycar program and Is not cA'pccted to "stabilise" Kinope economically until flip end of that, period. It was einillia.siwd. however, Hint, early .successes Hiljjht bring earlier Soviet ovcriures lo negotiate* . 1'i-acc Feelers Pnl Out This was learned in the n! several day.s of intriguing rumors Ihltl the Ut;ssh(ns fthrady have put out "pence leclcr.s" in an effort 1.0 end the "cold wur." The state Department says U ha.s "noihhn; .>n il." Hut thc man lo whom iin> "feelers" were reported to have been made-—Ambassador Itohcrt U. Murphy, political adviser in Cier- nmny—has refused in confirm or deny (hem. Marshall pi'isonally gave a hint of his outlook on Hie prospects of Amcrlcnn-llii-ttlaii .settlement. In H speech last night, delivered by radio from Knoxi'illc, Tetm., where ,'iis plane was grounded, to thc National Fin in Institute in DCS Maine* la. Ho told tile institute that there mast be a "decided change" in (lie world sLtimtion before there will lie a "basis" for « "genuine settlement with thc Soviet Union." "ft a stable and healthy Western Europe can be realized," he salrl "Ihc Soviet leaders would be much more inclined lo reach n settlement, treaty cri for the Oimchiln at munlst broadcast checker! with the , phia today. Flood since Is n reel «lt« of the Intended hunting ex- j yc.sterdn v the waters at thai point Pt il" 0 "' ", e - V EnUI - i rns(1 '"Mr six feet to a level The Marines did not return from : in t the hunting expedition on sche- ' \ Long Suit One of the xlr.'iiiKrol Inw.sults on record invoi/e.i 13-year-old Edward Jo.vepli C'nnradson, of Los AiiKcles. His mntlier claims he is becoming a tilant ns thc result of n dairy truck accident mid is suing for S7fi.tK)0 in damatics from thc dairy eoinjsiiny. Above, the C-lool, 1-2 inch, l!)7-|M)uud buy tulk.s with his mother in the courtroom. Commodity Price Drop Is 'Balance' Adjustments Could Be Made Without Serious Recession Auto Concern Host to 700 At Open House ATLANTA, Oa.. Feb. 14 I UP) — Secretary of Die Trcns-ury John \v, Rnyder said here last night that price adjustments coidd tin made "without creating a seVious recession" and called ihc decline in commodity prices "a balance between Inflation and deflation." Snydcr spoke to a dinner meeting ot the Association of stock Exchange Firms. lie reporter! ilnil ihc government wns operating in Hie black tins year and hctd reduced the national debt by S'JS.CJlHI.lKltj.riOO In the lasl two years. ' But he reiterated bis opposition lo any hasty lax reduction which would lov.'cr the present revenue level before a complete survey Is made and before expense money Is allotcd for fiscal 1019. tun Needed The inosi effc< live attack riRninst inflation, Rnvilcr said, is a coord!-I naled. sustained effort involving j both Kovrriiiein I'linlrols and vol- ' Hillary restraint. 1 lie advocated a "broad national i savings effott" to control inflation! by reducing iln> pleasure on prices. Any tux riTrirm bill should f.ike into flccoimt li'.t fujlrjwmg points thc treasurer s.iicl: ' i 1. Revision ii[ s"jile excise, la.xcs, especially where they bear heavily mi business <,r f;i!I dispropnr- j tionally on low innunc groups. 2. 't'he nec'd fur uniform family income in al! st:ur;. a. Kxiiminntiim of the so-called "double taxiili'-n" of dividends. 4. Tbc nccti for innrt' liberal provision In to offset business ) losses. I I Approximately 700 Hlvtheville and out-of-town visitors attended the official opening of Still niul Younu Motor Co, in ii.s new headquarters oil the Icrms lor a peace treaty "^ First and Walnut yesterday, tivilli Gcminny.)" i The new brick and .steel iiulld- Tne most optimistic American '"K vv '"' a circular showrciom wa.i [ilnnners'don't cNix-ct a "stable ami completed recently at a cost of ap- Choncellor Seeks Way ro Validate Disputed Decrees Ur Bob lirmi-n (Unllrd I'rcsJi Stuff (.•orri-sjiunrlriit) i/rrri.K ROCK, Ark,, j-vb. H — 'Ut>j- j'uhiski County Chancellor Frank Dorlse »;iid today ha H'OllM validate 1.7Sf| divorces "(•ranted by R non-existent special domestic relations court by consJdcrlr)K the earlier decrees as lh e recommendations or a master In chancery. lie wild, however, be would take no action be-fore hearing the rec- ominnidatiniis of a group of attorney* scheduled to meet with President Ed Wrlrjht of the Little Hock Bar Association. notice said the nction on Ills part would "certainly be the simplest matter" lo slnitshlen out the ie- I'.rd tangle, result Ing" from an Arkansas .State .Supmne court decision holdinp that I he domestic re- tnlions court was created unconstitutionally by the state legislature. Thc supreme court held that the legislature exceeded U.i authority In providing that Mrs. Ruth Hale. master In chancery for Judno Dotlfie's court, should become the chancellor of |he new domestic relations court, Tlie supreme court held her decisions null and void aiirl l.TSlj divorces granted by her linulid. l)oii-;c s:iid today Mrs. Hale, In his opinion, never h;id lost her position n.s hi.s master in chancery. "I believe I could take her purported decrees ;is the r,ec.ommend:i- tinns of ;> mii.Mrr in chancery and :-;i ;mt t'm (li\<»!(.-rs," he said. He indicated such n step might be taken in nl least one instance to be used as ;i case before the supreme court. PoSii-ica! Announcements BATUKDAY, FRRKUARY 14, y i Is a clil/en ot Arkansas,/of goucj mural character, tliat lie has never been convicted or a felony or other crime Involving inorr.l lurptiliKle; (hal no license lo sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked ivitli- In flvo years last iiasl; and that the undersigned has never been convicted o[ violating the law* o[ Ihls state, or any other stale, relating lo the sale ot alcoholic liquors. N. S. Rossla Subscribed and sworn to before me thl.s 3rd of J-'eb,, 194B. -Mrs. Marshall Blackard (SKAI/i Notary Public My commission exnirca March 8, IBM. DELICIOUS WAFFLES Arc Always in Season! THY TU10.M AT T1IK Nickel Stand Mrs. Jack S:lllba 103 \Vesl Main Street & LOUR Distance Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any J'liK-e Buck Meharg 401 E. Main St. I'liones: Day ,|(i77 Nijthl I'ilcSli Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Size T, L 423 '"SSOirnt ST. PH. 3621 The Courier News has been! aiithin ;?.cd lo announce the following candidates, subject to the Livestock dvile. The ilrst clue to their appearance was their burned and abandoned jeep, found by a Nationalist troop patrol on the -rtny I • fter Crfrlstmas. Marine and Navy sources said there wns no official comment on the Communist broadcast, either from the Tslngtno hcaciqnnrtcrs or trom the U. S. Embassy at Nan- king. A statement uvts expected •oon from Marine headquarters. A level 29 [eel, three (eel iibnve fliiod si age. was fOrectlt- for Camdcn for Sunday. At this city thc river had reached 1.7 feel above Hood stage yesterday. 'Big Three To Ignore Soviet Protest ^American Woman Finds Happiness As Buddhist Nun COLOMKRO. Ceylon iUPl —. An Aim-iiran wumnn. whose interest in Buddhism was awakened In her undergraduate days at. Oregon Stale University, has found happiness in her ordination as a Tnid- rihisl nun nt Vnpirnrnmn Temple here. " She was .Mrs. Ben trice LONDON, Feb. 14. UPI—A ror- «lgn office spokesman said today that Russia in R strongly-worded protest warned that she would not recognize any decisions by the Am- trlcans, British and French In their forthcoming conference on Germany. Soviet Ambassador George Znrn- bin delivered to the foreign office yesterday a Russian protest asainst the holding of the three-power meeting on Western Germany. A note Zarubin delivered oil behalf of his Rovcrninent claimed that the holding of the conference was contrary to the Potsdam agreement. Russia objected to the fra-in of the fnvitnttons lo the conference, the foreign office spokesman reported, and the note snid "the Soviet government could not recognize any decisions the conference jnlght purport to fnke." j Whitehall assumed that piinv'lcl notes had been delivers! by ihe ' "i um very Impp . Soviet • emissaries in Wushlncton '. she s lid She n »nd Paris. The spokesman Indicated the So- Tlet stand wo\ild not influence the plans lor the conference, which already were In an advanced slauc. IUVH.S. who took thc name ot nhik- khitnd Snma when slie was ordained by Bhlkku Knssnpa, who was Dr. Cassius A. Perclra. Dr. Percha was n widely-known ali- tliority on even before he bn-amr a monk: Sislcr Soma made her act of renunciation wnen she left her hus- bniid and two sons to come to Ceylon and brcome a Buddhist mm. Her interrsi in Duddhism lieunn when she first encountered Buddhist lexis mibli.shrd by the Oxford University Prcss, Head Xmr Sluini Some years nen. she attended lectures in the United States delivered by Blilkku sllaviinsn an Ami'ricnu - I'ortlmucse Blldflhist monk Mrs. Winans arcninpanleit Bhikku silavansa to Ceylon from the Unitro 1 .Siatc.s last Nnvembcr and decided to take lhe vows. Her head now is shorn and she healthy" Knrope until late 1052 or early 105:1 — the Marshall plan performs inilnoles. Says II. S. al Crnssrnadl Alnrsliitll's own stateiiictit and the interpretation given il by authoritative sources would seem to indicate that, burring unusual developments, a long delay can be expected • before any further pence trcnty I negotiations. Marshall's address to the farm 1 institute was another In his series throughout the country seeking popular support for an "ndcipiatc" program for European recovery. picximatcly S75.0M) and also houses a pails department, garaRC. and service station. It is .Jointly owned by Eugene Still of Blvtheville and L.C.T5, Young o[ Osceola. f* F TOVG They Can Lead A Normal Life CLEVELAND (UP i- Twenty-five ST. LOUIS NATIONAL, STOCKYARDS, Feb. H. cUPJ— (USDA — Live-stock: Hoj-s: 759. \\'eiL')its 2-10 Ills doivn. Steady nl ycsii'Mlay's average. Top. S2J: pius. 150-lbs ci.ivvn Z5 <; lower; top. 52250; trarlrrs biddiill; SI lower on tomchor hoiis weighing: '2M His down. Coinjiared witli Fridav last week, barrows and nilt.s. SI to S2 Imver; .sous. M-j.i.25 lower. Top for '.voek. S242.5 paid Friday. Cutfie: iVtmc: caivcs, none. Com- Piircd with lust Friday, good and choice steers and heifers. SI to 52 lower; common grades. [>0c lo S! lower; most cows around SI lower, with c.iimcrs ,-ind cutlers. II fo S1..SO or mole lower; bulls. 50c lower; vcalcr.s. $5 lower on choice, lower mailer 51 to S4 off. Replacement steers. 5Cc to S! lower. Tops ' tor week, choice 1231-lb steers. {'_»'; cbcire ICS'J-lb yearlings. S27.S11; pciod cow.v 532; j^ood beef bult.s. S-2..50; good sausage bulls, 52^; ciiolce voal- J. I j. ' iloriitM Wiird) Kniice Is hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fi.xed by law apply to the Cominls- '.sioner of Revenues of the State ol ' Arkansas for n permit to sell beer at retail a) 11! S. Division, BlJ'tho- villr. Mississippi County. ( The undersigned states that he | en, S'<2; good replacement steers. j S23. Bulks (or week, top good and choice steers. S27.50-S29; top nicdl- , um to good. S'2-l.:iO-&2G.75. common ! and medium steers. S19.SO-S24.'25; i ( ^ootl heifers and mixed yearlings. 1 S23-S2;>; nieclilim heifers and mi.x-L'U" j :.earlini;s. S18.5(1-S"23: common, $lfi.- i 50-S1S; pood cows. S1950-S21; corll- mnn cnws, S16-S18: canners and cnt- i lers. SI2-S1G; good beef bulls, $22- i S2'2,oO; medium lo good sausage j bulls.; good and choice ( venlcrs, S2;l-S:jn; common and me- jdiuin, Siri-S23; goorl replacement sterrs. SM-S2S. "Buy Yours" nt Csfry Drug Co. 101 Uiisl Main St. Name Brands • LIQUORS ant! • WINES FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. \Vc Deliver Plione 691 • Surplus Army Shoes • Combat Boots • Overshoes • Rubber Boots Anderson Shnc Shop It Clollilng Store 316 K. i\lntn St., lilytlieville Guaranteed REPAIR fly Kxiierl Call Sll Brooks Music Store 107 F,. M;ii n Concrete Tiie Sewer Tile Sl/i-s 1. 6 and 8 Inch Culvert Tile Sizes 10, 12, 15, IB, 21, 24 , 30 and ^G tncb A. H. WEBB flw.v. r,l nl Stale Lino Thone Blylbeville 711 ability and cnn be matiUnincd." ^Marshall warned that with Russia trying to exploit the postwar leal Association here. With one exception, the ainpu- lees were members of Possibilities Unlimited, inc. The exception was ecouoimc crisis to pai,, dominance | nnnM Ken- of New Orleans, nver Europe, the United "Quite hterallj," IB al the roads." In choosing a design for a hooked i nig, shades of no more than three colors should be used and one color should be emphasized, according to design specialist. temple al Kandy. Slnlc.s j rational consultant who sparked " I the show Kcrr, whose left leg Is amputated above the knee, glided gracefully around the floor with Cleveland's roller staling champion, n nofi- handicnpped 18-year-old girl. Later, he dcflly returned the smashing forehand drives of Ken Qulcley, Ohio's amateur badminton champion. Finally, he mil on thc gloves with years n yellow robe. in tlu^e robes," iTicd reporters' mil. st ions, \\lth a smilius! remark: "I did not work on a newspaper for no'hlnp." Another Kr-Dnlalnril An American Biuldhist monk, | Bliikku Seclavnnsa first was or- Leonard Jones, another leg nmpii- dained about 20 years a«o at Pol- tec. in a boxing exhibition marked Kiixduwa, where be spent .some by cood footwork, years, t.atcr he went lo Thailand nnri received hlplicr ordination, past has Other amputees gave imiscd per- formaiices of weight lifting, pinq iving. coif, fly casting mul bnwltnc. Five or them, one with both Irsis .imputed lx*low thc knee, paired off with Arthur Murray girls fnr an exhibition of fox trol, rhunibn and jitterbug dancinp. - J>c. Henry If. Kesslcr. coiisuHnut the journey. ( 0 lhe Fcriciiil Security's Aseiie.v Re-or<lalnecl. lie planned to live ' of Vocational Rehabilitation said'- lu-ncefortli ml the Buddliist-be- "I think these men have proved loved Island of Lanks. , they can live iKirmal lives " For the past 10 years. Oliikku .Scelavniisu has been teaching on thc Pacific Coast of the United Slates When he embarked recently ; from thc united Slates for Ceylon, ho had to abandon hl.s saffron robes because of the difficulties of '. 1946 Chrysler Industrial ^ With All Accessories —Complete— Reody for Operotion! See T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 2122 RADIO PAIR 1 AND 2 DAY SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OH MODEL RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Ulcctrioil Appliance Co. Authnmcil Motorola Kadlo Sales and SerTfr* 10(5 South First St. Take a jrnnd looh. 11,, yimr family's slides need mending, new heels, soles? I.ct our ex- ]><Tls do Hie job! I believe you make take it for j Seelavanj-a Ti,ero. who ,vas John granted that the conference will . silva nf California in his lav life proceed according to plan," he | recently was re-nvrtainrrt at a <ol-' Mid. I emn ceremony at » hlstnric Burl- NOTICE TO MY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS: 1 have recently imirhasctl Hailcv'.s .MaiKel located at 701 Soul), l^^p Sli-col. The market will be known hereafter as • THE LAKE STREET MARKET FREE DEUVEUY Service will | )e foahirnl lo anywhere within a rca.stm.-.hlo distance of Itly- theville. 1'hone 3!)77. I formerly operated a store on Koulc 1 at Har- ficld. My friends HIU! former customers are in- visit me here for al] (heir grocery needs. C. F. BROWN >"**X ^ •^ • 0 ^ i>-**JB^ :<>f° " t! * Fresh Longer! Free Delivery Call PiCKARD'S GROCERY Phone 20.13 1011 Cluckasnwbn I Have On Hand At All Times if Severr.l Irartrii-s and erjuipmcnt . . . b'.ith ne\v and used ones JOHN DEERE. FAR.MALL and ( other makes. Also. I have for I ( sale at all times 70 to 80 head of "! mules Terms can be arranged ^ Will I r:\uc fur most anything j you have. iVc»- Foni '] Ready for Delivery F. C. CROWE First National Insurance Agency FOR COMPI.KTIC PKOTKCTiOX Phone 'i',\\\ 108 North 2nd St, BILL WII.SOX CHAU1.KS RITTNKR • •• . •. - .. BEN WHJTE & SONS GENERAL MAIN OFFIC NORTH TENTH

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