The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 26, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 26, 1948
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PAGE TWO Koreans Attack Polke Stations Six Persons Killed; Violent* is Blamed . On Communist Leaders MXKJL, Korea, Feb. 28. (UP) — Six persons were killed In Korean attacks on police stations last night in what van believed to be a Communist-inspired demonstration to force removal of United Stale.? troops, it was reported today. Korean police rcjwrtcd seven police stations attacked and • on? bridge destroyed. Sixteen )>crso:i'> were «r»sted. Telephone wires (a three of the police stations wore cut before they were attacked, police reported. These reports said one policeman «nd a demonstrator were killed in the meet serious attack, maite by a inoh of 1,000 persons ngainst a police station at Kong Duk Gun in Cholla Putka Province. U.S. authorities said their infor- t mation on the demonstrations was based mainly on Korean police reports. U.6. Army officers said the disturbances were sponsored by the South Korea Labor Parly, a Communist-controlled coalition, and »'er# "definitely co-ordtuntcd." FoHy-seven persons were killed 1n riots earlier this month when demonstrators staged a campaign against the United Nations Commission on Korea, The riots, from Feb. 7 to Feb. 10. wore said by L>. Gen. John R. Hodge, American commander In Korea to have been staged by North Koreans- from tile Soviet-occupied zone. BLYTHEV1LLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pliers and Bed Slat Were Weapons Mr. r.nd Mr 4-ycar- slal. (NEA s. C. j. Reinhart. Carlsbad, New Mexico, w |tl, dead Mfi lo which Mrs. Relnh«rt extracted from "'""''• ~ Kr ' Rci " iiiiri iaici MW uic ™ gie in ihc vicin • 74 in Congress Protest Stand On Civil Rights WASHINGTON, Feb. 28. (UP) — Bix of'the seven Arkansas congressmen were listed among the V4 House Democrats from the South vho have endorsed a resolution condemning President Truman's civil rights proposals. Heading the list was Rep. E C Gainings. West Memphis, of the First Arkansas District. Only the name of Rep. J. W. Trimble of Her- ryville, Third Arkansas District, was missing from the Arkansas list. The other Arknnsans signing the protest were: Wilbur Mills Scares' Second District; Padjo Cravens' Port Smith, Fourth District; Brooks Hays, Little Rock, Fifth District W. F. Non-ell, Monticcllo, Sixth District, and Orcn Harris E! Dorado, Seventh District. The 68 other members of Congress who signed the protest were from Alabama. Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana. Mississippi' North and South Carolina, Tennes- tee, Texas and Virginia. Fire Destroys Oi/ Firm's Dismantled Pump House IRON CURTAIN (Contlnurd from 1) ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK1 YARDS, Feb. 26, (UP)—(USDA) — Livestock: Hogs 0.5TO. all salable; innrkei active, uneven. 50c to $1 higher than j Wednesday's average. Some sales : 2-10 to 270 Ibs up more. Hulk good and choice 180 to 230 Ibs 23.50-23.75; lop M; sparingly. Most L'40 to 270 Ibs 21.50-S3.25; 210 to 300 Ibs 23.50-22; 300 to 350 Ibs 18.60-2050' ', 163 to 170 Ibs 22.5C- 2.1-S5- 130 to lf>0 ' Ibs 1D.25-22.25; ICO to 120 Ibs scarce ' mostly 14-17.75; sows 450 Ibs dow.l minister}' of transport, seven from the ministry uf posts and 15 from Die Communist ministry of domestic trade. The latter were sent on "permanent leave. " Twenty officials of Ihe railroad yards in Hnulcc Knilove were suspended. The director and physician of (he statf prison In Mlndn Hole- slat" were "removed and punished lor over-feeding collaborationist prisoners," Tlie director of Vihohrady Hospital In Prague was removed. Four officials were sent on leave and 18-18.50: fe-,v 1B.75: over .150 ,bs mostly 17.25-17.75. Stags 14-1025. Ciiltie 2,51)0, salable 2,000: calv.'s 100. all salable. .\Iarkot fully steady to strom; on steers und butcliET yimllngs. Cows about stejulv with easier undertone. Bulls mul'vcnlcis uucli;in>;i;d. Several toads nnd loU medium to good steers 22.50-26.50; Booti heifers and mixed ycarlinci 24-25; medium heifers and mixed yearlings 20-23.50; good cows 2022; common 1i;>d medium beef COTS 17.50-19; canncrs and cutters H-17. seven members expelled from Die hospital union local. This pattern was repeated throughout the nation. The trade union newspaper Prace summed It up in a headline: "We Are Purging Everywhere." Travel rights lor Czechoslovak -sports teams u-cre suspended. Held at home were players In a hockey I game scheduled In I'/iiis today and {participants In a fencing meet with j Belgium and Holland. Police officials charged that opposition students, routed yesterday by gunfire In a inarch protesting the communist coup, had sought protection la the American and British embassies. The student,! asked sanctuary claiming that five of their numbci were killed by police gunfire, auth- PILES TROUBLE? 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HIW MUlTIPlE-FfATURI DEVELOPMENTS iplm.d r«or.|i<le , »>!««! liubiinheavy-duly modeli Heovier >pri"8i . . . New propeller ilioH btarmg- 301 W. Wolnuf I LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. Phont 578 orltlM Mid. CommunliU IHUC Denial Lt. Col. V. Jnhelka, officer In charge of invesUKaUng the firing on Hie studenU, «8lU there were no deaths. "We h»v» a report of only one student wounded slightly in the leg," he said. "The v,'ound was not caused Ijy » service weapon but probably by a pistol of the students themselves." Jaliclka said that, report* of two student* belnf shot were "absolute nonsense." "We wish you would correct reports which got abroad, especially since some students sought protection In the United states and British embassies claiming five had boon sliot dead," Me said. Announcement of the purge of! public offices was contnlncd In a ! resolution by the ministry of for-1 elgn affairs which suld that the ministry would ••immediately set' aside reactionaries both in the Prague ministry und ubrond." The ministry asserted the purge find tlie public approval of Jan Masaiyk, minister of foreign affairs Britain lias nwlritaliied a consul- tale in Bratislava since shortly after Czechoslovakia was freed from I the Nazis at the close of World War : Communist squads paraded in i victory through Ihe streets of the i capital yesterday and last night I and today was decreed a holiday nv official order. Flags were ordered i flown from all public building* and the army was lokl to participate j JTHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, •^•"•-" • AT KIRBY'S THIS WEEK Winter is not over— Watch your vitamins. Take AYTINAL. Eight vitamins in all. The best multiple vitamin you can buy. Two hollies of 100 each A $4.78 value for $2.69 If you need Vitamin B, take BAY- TOK. 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HUBBARD&HOKE Ap S nce Phone 3450 Blythevilfe

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