The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 20, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 20, 1948
Page 7
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? R1DAY, FEBRUARY 20, 19-18 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS DELICIOUS WAFFLES Are Always in Season! TUV THEM AT THK Nickel Stand Mrs. Jaek Suliba IDS West Main Street , "Buy Yours" at City Drug Co. 1(11 East Main St. Name Brands • LIQUORS and • WINES First National Insurance Agency FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION Phone 23H 108 North '2nd St. BILL WILSON CHARLES R1TTNKU BEN WHITE & $ONS GENERAL OFFICE 'ORTH TENTH Phone 3151 Soy Beans Cleaned Don't plant grass and weed seed with your siiybeans. Our new cleaner removes all obnoxious seed. Before having yorir serd beans cleaned come by and sec our new modern cleaner. Bring ' your beans to be cleaned at your convenience. Doyle Henderson Soybean Co. iighway 61 South Old American Legion Airport ~ Phone 2Sb'l> CALL 4627 For Lower Cost Insurance • HOME • AUTO • BUSINESS Arkansas Mutual Agency W. L. Tamke, Mgr. Isaacs Bldg., Blytheville, Ark 8 Ford Tractors Complete With Equipment MORE EQUIPMENT ARRIVING DAILY? See or Call Douglas Law-son at Russell Phillips Tractor Co. South Highway 61 • Phone 2171 fO* R£Al M&CVRy StKViCf ALWAYS Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3.179 Blyfheviile Ark. 112 Walnut SH. A Natural Aid For HYPER-AC8DSTY OF TIIK STOMACH .Mountain Valley Water is a natural aid In hdpirii; eliminate wastes from the system. Not a laxative It ivories gently llirou K li (|, c kidneys. Ask your rtoetor alinut this famous health water fro mllol S|irinj;s, Ark. II has been prroeribcil for more 75 years. Free Hiioklcl on Kctiucst. Orrter a Case. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Kl.vllieviile, Ark. DITCH BANK LEVELING RRtV^Ti ROADS War Inevitable, Refugee Asserts Exiled Balkan Leader Is Witness Before House Investigators WASHINGTON, FVb. 20. (UP) _ A refugee Ba'kan politician sn'.d today the United SUt«, Is "Communist turret No. 1" »nd eventual war wllh Russia seems inevitable. The statement was marie by Dr. Gem-Re M. Dimitrov. exiled chief of the Bulgarian Peasant Party. H« testified before a House UnAmer- ican activities subcommittee, wiilcli Is framing IcsislRllon to clamp tighter curbs on American Communists. "The Bolsheviks at present are opposed lo war." Dlmllrov snid. "for the very goad reason (hat they are not prepared lor it and becau.*: they prefer to rely on civil wars and revolution. "For them, however, the conflict between themselves and the 'old capitalistic world' is Inevitable." The 48-year-old Balkan politician fled arrest m his own country with the help of American officials m 1EH5. lie said Hie Co!iiiniinu,u lie- Ban ntlaL-kiiiR their Western alli.'s us soon ;is the first victories' were registered against Germany. When he complained o( inch attacks, nimitrov said, he was told by a Soviet representative that tlie end of the war with Germany meant the lieKimiitiR of another "with the Western plwocrat.s." "Therefore." he said ."America Is Cotntmmisl. tarcct No, ]," He said the Communists have chartered an elaborate blueprint for overpowering Europe and the Mid- rtle Easi. These areas then will be orguniert into an "iron wall" behind which Russia can work out plans lor "the future conflict." lie faid. Dimitrov said the United Stnteo could be sure that Rtis.sia will reserve for itself "the privilege of choosing tlie time, the place and the mariner in which the conllia will come about." PAGE SEVEN Peeking at you from behind her mnsli Is Diane Goseliii, 21. who •• was named Miss Ciimlva'. uf 19-18 in Paris '1 lie bcjmty queen .is a skilled diamond culler. 1'holo by NKA-Acir.c Hull coiTcspundcnl 1 Ilene UPJJJ.V. 2 Nazi Generals Given Life Terms For War Crimes NUKKNHKHCi, fph. '20. (UP) -'!'»•» flan Kcni'iuls weie sentcntcit (o life Imprisonment yrilordny 'jy an American War Crlnes Trlbtiniil whli'li lirld no mime mtiM M UKcd lor killing capluml mcm- S of j'wlMttiu'r forces who [nlled ta comply with the mlr.s of war Marshal Wllhelni List and l,t. Gen. Walter Kiinte, Nal overlonh of Hie occupied Dulkans, drew Hie terms for war crimes nmlnly In UK- category of the. mass exccu'lUms ul flvllinns In reprisal for itlliu-ks on German soldiers. Six other Niul officers were convicted of Ilkr clmijKs utirt B.SSCMCI! prison terms nutting from seven |.i 'X> yeins. The olher |wo of Ilic 10 dclcndauls were ncqtillled for luck of rvldeiire, Additional convictions and sentences In the war crimes trials lor nliwIUr.s committed In (it<- occupied lUlkuns were; Ltilhar Hen- •lulic. '20 years; Wilhclm Snvldcl a> years; Itrlnniili Pelmy. is years; Hubert Um,, 12 years: Enisi vn]1 I.e.vjcr. 10 years; (Trust ivimern, srvrn years. Acquitted were Hcrmiiim Mice- tkcli. commander of a section of tho occupied Uiilknnti for a I line, and Kurt von Gc'llnm, sulmnllnntc c»m- imuider In the Jjiilkim.s. Sailor Charged With Desertion Did Not Leave Navy Base for Two Years Minnesota Resort Owner Is Visitor in Bfythevif/e Mr and Mrs. Harry E. Hocse of Bctnidji, Minn., owner and operator of Shorccrest Resort, which Is visited annually by several Dly- Uroville citizens, were visitors in Blythevllle yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Roese came to Blytheville from St. LouU where they attended the anual Sportsmans Show, to visit friends here. They left this morning for Blloxl, Miss., and Mobile, Ala., for a short vacation before returning to their' home in Bemidjl. Read Courier Newt Want Ads. The Navy put JamrS Leroy Telfer in diydocx yesterday while It ! investigated his story ' of bcliis AWOL l«-i years without, leaving the ! lYeastirc Island naval base. I Teller. 23. ol Wichita. Knn,, wns listed as AWOLsince Feb. 12, 1946.; but he never really "went over tlv: | hill." He just changed his naino j and Joined the baseball and howling teams. Telfcr said he went AWOL bccrutoC of dissatisfaction over a fovllrcoin- ing assignment on the aircraft carrier Lexington. He changed his name to James Leroy Johnson, but kept his rank of watertender. He said he had no trouble at all living on the island, He playral baseball and bowled and als,o managed a Waves softball team. Nobody recounted him because, the island was full of sailors coming and going. The only plnce he didn't dare go were his regular tne-ss hall and his old barracks, He earned money enough for chits at the ship's store by umpiring baseball games. He slept in abandoned barracks. The only time he got "liberty'' was when he went on the road with the baseball and bowling teams. Otherwise he couldn't leave the Island because he had no pass for James Leroy Johnson. His only mistake was confiding his secret recently lo friends. He told them the N'nvy IVHS wonderful il yon didn't hnve to bother with the rules. It wasn't lone before, security of- Iicer.s heard thnt .lames Leroy Johnson wns the loiig-soiiRlit Juincs Leroy Teller and lw was put Into the urig. The Navy charged him with desertion. or , mbni , y nr PS o , mni , y nrp Bl . n|1 by the government of Cnimdn. lllllMl RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY 514 Main, Blythevllle. Ark., Phone WZJ Read Courier News Wain, Ads . HELP '£.??£' CONN tmmtl U f •) SIPTOL tiivca you inslnnt vrlipf ti> « ^ t ft fit-up hu<|.»M «n<( conrh. (hro.i Itnt.Hon am! ho.ri.n,,, ,!,,. ,„ . I-A\A CI..H h .. . . I0 • , cold. Rlptol loojun Ihi Itit n«.,.,l .„,( i, rum |,| tr. mnk«» l.rcntlilnjt *»l, r .nil fXffssiv. cmiRhlnij. CET SIPTOL Draughon's College ol Mechanics Post Office Box 835, Memphi*, Tenn. Will give yon, specialist! trainin K on motors. mo lor me-up a , lto P |o,lricil.v, body H nd fender repair transmission and deferential A complete IrainiiiK, apprnvctl for VKTEUANS Call or write for free information. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Cest ['rices Kirby Drug StoreS When In Need Of Shoe Repairing 'Call 4347 Free Pickup and Delivcrjl H A L F O R D SHOE SHOP IDS South 2nd St. Radio Service At Its Best? IVe service all makes radloi »nd hack our repairs with a guarantee. Ours Is the most complete radio service to he found apy- where. W*' specialize in Frequency Modulation (FM). • Complete Line of Nam« Appliances FellX Carney -at BLYTHEVILLE SALES COMPANY 138 Hast Main St. rhone ,'1 Guaranteed RADIO REPAIR by Expert Call 811 Brooks Music Store 107 E. Main Porto Rico KIIN DRIED SWEET POTATOES Delivered lo Your Door Phones 4(177—298G Buck Meharg Produce Ml E. Main Rt CALL EVANS GROCERY For Free Delivery 2597 313 South Second • Surplus Army Shoes • Combat Boots • Overshoes • Rubber Boots Anderson Shoe Shop * Clothing Store 316 E. Mnin St., niylheville Concrete Tile Sewer Tile Sires 4. 6 and I Inch « Culvert Tile Sizes 10. 12. IS, 1!!, 21, 21, 30 and 36 Inch A- H. WEBB Hwy. II at Slate l.ln« Phone RlTlhevllle 711 ATTENTION MR. C L. PERRY, formerly of the Rlytheville Sales Company, is now with us as General Radio and Appliance Repairman For (he best in K;idio Repair and Applitince .Maintenance call us nt 3150. HUBBARD& KOKE APPLIANCE COMPANY FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Woter Proofing Paint »I2-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. \Vc Deliver ['"hone 691 Remember ROTHROCK'S 'For PRESCRIPTIONS RADIO REPAIR 1 AND 1 DAV SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OR MODEL RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized MatornU Radl« Hafrg and Rrrrloe 1M South Ftnt St. I Have On Hand At All Times Severn! tractor* nnd equipment . . both new and used ones t JOHI1 DEERE. PARMALL nnd ! otlitr makes. Also. I have for ! snle at all times 70 lo «0 licad of J mules Terms on bt »rr»nfcd Will trade (or most Anything you have. s .New Tonl Traclors Rcatly for [Jclivcry F. C. CROWE 1 Slilt S. of Braicnaitnclo Take a enoil look. 'Do your family's shoes nterl mriullti)!, rcw hrels, soles'.'- Let our experts (lo the job! HflLT€RS QURUTY SHOC SHOP rai w. MfliN ST. free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Phone 2043 Chicknsawha FARM Qp LOANS Home Office, N'cnurk, N. ], tOH» TUN mOMFT CLO*1NO IOW MAT* CAM.. WHIIK (IR SKI RAY WORTHINGTON IIS 8. Third St., Bljthetlllt, Art. Sfrvlni Thli S-rlloi, •« Vfa™ AluHnrhftl Mnt'tKHgt l.ann Snltctlor for THF. HtJUKNllAI. INSUKANCK COMrANY ttt AMKRICA AUTO UPHOLSTERING 507 East Main Phone 519 V'vt'n™ M\?£ AT COV1 ' :l!S ' IIl «" LININGS. DOOR PAN- .S K nnd nil Interior trim of H cnr KVKKV THlNf: TAIMHIIil) TO FIT ,\Nll IN'STAM.KO AT NO i:\THA COST So Economize and Patronize THOS. J. LILLY & SON l)rlv« in iKi.lrr the »Un "Ant,, Tup Simp" and blow f»r wrvlr.. If'i unia.ionaH NO 4lrry bag >• • mpty . . . NO htavy wtight t« around! C«U. oil th* way uiut«r lov/ (umiltjrc. Cltani rt>0t liV» mcigic, Duili f/om floor r» 5, <«i)ing, Gvnrantfui to pick d °5 tiaEr - Compl»l« with attochmcnli for wo Ring, molhprooflrtg, ipraying. St« II, REQUEST A DEMONSTRATION OF THIS FINE HOME CLEANER. OUR SALESMAN WILL CALL ON YOU? Appointments Any Time • Knsy Terms HARDWARE CO.Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS BRANDS 126 W. MAIN ST. PHONE 513 STUD EBAKE RS GUARANTEED USED CARS & TRUCKS 8KB THESE BEFORE VOU BUY: 1042 Chevrolet 2 Dnor Sedan. Clean an they eome. 1941 Chevrolet 2 I>nnr Redan. A real buy! 11-11 Forrt Convertible. (f> a honey. IKI!) (,'tiei-rolet Z Door Sedan. You can't (• wrous on this one. 1937 Ford 2 Door Sedan. Good price. i 1038 Chevrolet W To«. * bargain. OUR PAINT AND BODY SHOP IS THE BEST IN THIS SECTION! • Fnclory Trained Mechanics • I'nrts and Accessories • Wrecker Service Chamblin Sales'Co. L«x Chamblin Bill Chamblin . *. * Ash Streets Fhant 2135 STUDEBAKERS Notice to Our Friends and Customers BLYTHEVILLE GARAGE 216 Liidedc Street North Robinson Gin Complete Auto 4697 and Tractor Repairs \ 3NOHd Frank A.shhy and Kric Hnll, Owners Col Inn Moore, Tractor Mechanic Attention, Soybean Grower Have ynur soybeans rcctcancc! hcforc plnntini;. W« h»v« Tccpntly InslAllrd nnc of the licsl bran cleaners in the State. I)nuhlt cleaning process, we ha«c Iwo cleaners hi operation. No appointment needed, prompt service, no waiting. Blyfheviile Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Blyrhevill*

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