The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 8, 1948 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 8, 1948
Page 10
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PACK TCN BLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW1 Russian Threat Likened to Nazis' SMI. loll AtMrH That Marthall Plan Isn't Solution They're a Rarity and Don't Know It r-p.- By Mm L. Rteri* (tMtcd PM Staff Cocnpondent) WASHINGTON, M»r. 8. (UP)— fen. JMeph H. Mil, R., Minn., Mid today th« world ««c« t Russian threat of conquest «qu»l to Naul Germany 1 . and that th» Marshall Plan alone can't halt It. H« told a reporter he would push tor Senate approval of an amendment to the European Hecovery Pro- tram calling for a Western military alllanoe agalnat world communism. He predicted It would drair considerable support. Ball's fear§ of Russian ambitions were openly ahared by Dr. Gcorgl M. Dtmltrw, former leader of the Bulgarian Peasant Party. He jald In an interview that Russia WM working for control of Euroiw to prepare for war on the United State*. "Like Hitler," said the c.xllcd Bulgarian leader, "the Soviets are try- Ing to gain time to build up it European fortress." While Ball called for an nntl- Sovlet military alliance, other senators urged adoption of Universal Military Trnlnlng to bolster tills country's stop-Communism efforts. Torres tal's Support Seen Defense Secretary James FOITC.S- tal was expected to back those arguments today In his testimony on universal training before the Senate Armed Services Committee. The Senate went Into Us second week of debate on ERP with votes •cheduled on two amendments. One was a Ball proposal calling on foreign nations to stabilize their foreign exchange rates. The otlter, by Ben. Owen Brewstcr, R., Me., would eliminate an ERP provision for charter of 300 U. S. merchant vcs- aels to European countries. Ball and Chairman Styles Bridges of the Senate Appropriations committee complained that Congress 1* "in the dark" on American policy toward Russia. Both feared that "no policy but foreign spending" ha« been formulated. Ball compared the world situation to that prevailing at thn time of the 1938 Munich pact which gave Westernmost- Czechoslovakia. to Hitler. He said only a strong U. S. stand, known to the Soviets In advance, could check the spread of communism short of war. A farm youngster admires the quadruplet cnlves born to a 4-ycar-oltl llolstcin cow Dn the farm ot Alvin Schmidt, of Windsor, Ontario. Agricultural authorities still shake their heads in surprise over the multiple birth, believed to be the first In western Ontario slock. Pennsylvania Vets Denied Franchises Neighbors Build, Furnish Home for Victims of Blaze CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Mnrcll 8.—The haggling nations nnd neo- ple« of the world could well take notice of the attitude of people of the Hay-ward community, and realize Just what "brotherly love" means. On Feb. 30, the home of Hnrry Muller, Hayward school bus driver and farmer, wns totally destroyed by fire, along with the entire contents. He had no insurance, crops failed last year because of drouth, and replacing the home and contents was wholly impossible. So the good neighbors of Hny-1 |j' 1 ward rolled up their sleeves nml i HAimiSBUrtG, Pa (UP)—Perhaps no other decision of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission has raised u bigger furore limn Its denial of Indivlrhml taxl- cnb franchises to 36 former servicemen In Philadelphia. Indirect but severe criticism from Gov. Jnmes H. Duff and a flood of protests from Individuals nnd veterans organizations followed the commission's announcement thnt after a two-yenr investigation it wns rejecting the applications because "a lot of little companies" were difficult to regulate. Duff put his dissatisfaction on the record less than nn hour after the announcement. Commission Scored "While the PUC Is certainly an Independent agency and while the governor has no right under the law to Interfere," he said, "I have a very def.'nite nnd postlve feeling thnt the purpose of the commission Is primarily to Interpret the needs of the public and when It falls to do so, It certainly Is not serving the full purposes for which Its Appointment was Intended." Finnic c. Hilton, Pennsylvunln department commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wnrs. nmde a stKecli In Allcntovvn two days later, declaring that the decision "borders on the depotism of dictatorship." "I charge the commission with making a mockery of the term 'free enterprise'," Hilton said. Women Object All organization of women's clubs condemmed the PUC ns act- alnst the Interests of Phila- resldenls." Attorneys for the or Taxlcnb nished. Led by Raymond Fisher, the neighbors made up $100 and purchased rough lumber from a Por- tagevllle lumber yard. Mr. Fisher, a building contractor and next-door neighbor of Mr. Miiller, used his power equipment to plane the lumber, and build the doors and wln- .dows, and frames. On Monday morning, the third day after (he fire, about 25 neighbors showed up the case would be appealed to II Stale Superior Court, •We were taken by surprise," said James J. Davis. Jr.. counsel for (he cabbies and son of the late U. S senator from Pennsylvania. Davis said the cnb drivers had been led to believe (heir franchise applications would be approved and ns a result bought a lot of ncu equipment, Including $30,000 worth of meters. Crown ot Shrubs with carpenter tools, and began building the house. It was ready for I c occupancy by Tuesday, and Hint I summons IS Served night, the entire neighborhood turned out for a house-warming. About 200 gathered for the party bringing gifts of bedding, cooking utensils, home canned fruits nnd On Alabama Governor "? N ', rG °, MBRY ' Ala.. Mar. 8.(UP> —Legal papers charging GOV vegetables, nnd cured meats and[> i " 1CS , E \ Polsom <" H'e common- lard, i ' n<v '"isbnncl of n 30-year-old Furniture stores of Porlai-ovlli^ i .'!.! >CC . vl ! le ' _*>•• woman, and fa "HUBBARD HARDWARE COMI' y*M»r pride in our fine equipment, d«tighted to wrap them for you'." ANY appreciates siv, hut we'd h* Marilyn McKay of Senltle, Wash., is the queen of the Palm Springs, Calif., Desert Circus. But there's no glittering Jewel for her fair brow —where would you get lewels on the desert? Attendant Pal Boycr coronates Queen Marilyn wilh a crown of native desert shrubs. Lux or a Child Buried In Dogwood Cemetery Funeral services for Billy Wayr Counts, four month old son of M and Mrs. Clarence Counts, wh died Saturday, 10:00 a. in., of pnei monia at hts home near Luxora were conducted yesterday, 2:1 p. m. at. tlie Cobb Funeral Horn chapel by the Rev. T. L. Lewis, pas tor of the Pentecostal Cliurcl Burial was in the Dogwood Ridge Cemetery. Other than his parents, he is survived by seven sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Brown of HaiTlsbiire, Ark., liuhy Mac Counts. Mrs. Estelle Vernion. Vena Pearl, Shirley Ann, Glenda Pay and Linda Mac, all of Luxora; three brothers, Melvin Lee, Charles Ray and Clarence, also of Luxora. MO NT) AY, MAUCH 8, Cental Agony Cosod 'or Younger Sot SEATfLE (UP)—What used to be he "last mile" for children—a trip o the dental chair—now if almost un. So says Dr. Gerald A. McGuIre, ditor of the Washington State Dcnatl Journa 1. No more hauling tli« reluctant little patient into a room where terrifying InstrumenU are on dis- with happy-colored wallpaper on which gambol elephants, lions and kangaroos. The modern dentist it a student of psychology. "He doesn't leave odd ipcks, burners lying around to Impress the parent with the size of hts tool box — and scare junior," Dr. McGuire Bald. AJilerooms have tecome playroom. 1 ;. Mickey Mouse movies, toys, books and child furniture amuss the young ones while they wait their turn. tht ehurch'i Ett«npt to hold Mr- vice*. The plaintiffs contended that rudup, who recently was dismissed as minister of the church, de.secrated, demolished and wast- d the building" by removing lumbing and heating fixtures. Ousted Pastor Starts Laundry in Church MEDIA, Pa. (UP) — An ousted minister is running a laundry business In the basement of a churcl here and the congregation wants him to take it out of there. A bill m ctiuity filed by Congregational heads charged that Edward Crudup was Interfering wit! ploymcitt as babp-silters, alsi frowns on the entertaining of company while on the job. The ciub members agree, how ever, that evening sitters should be taken home and some refreshments provided. Basic wage rates are 35 cents an hour for day work, 25 cents hour for Ight .duty up to midnight and 50 cents an hour thereafter. ALE RED T0P ALE Fred S. Saliba & Company 223 West Ash St. Phone -137 Senator to Retire Severe Winter Brings Threat to Trees STAMFORD, Conn. (UP)—Scale insects, impervious to cold, are "waiting like a pack of wolves" for the first signs of spring to attack shade and fruit trees weakened oy this wlntcr'ssub-zcro temperature's and storms, Dr. S. W. Bromley warns. "Heavy scale outbreaks Invariably follow severe winters," said Dr. Bromley, entomologist of the Bartlctt Tree Research Laboratories. "No matter how tough a winter is." h explained, "scale and other insect eggs come through un- scrathed." "Best insurance against the attack is a delayed dormant spray of miscible oil applied just when Ihe buds are swelling and when the outside temperature is between 15 and TO degrees," lie sniil. "It should be used on all shade trees except hard maples." Raids on Icebox WASHINGTON, March 8. (UP) — Sen. Carl A. Hatch, L)., N. M., announced today he will not be a can- „.*••• ~ , clldalc for reelection in November, \oaby Sitting Ru/ss Bon Hatch said he would accent a federal judgeshlp in New Mexico if Tnm,t 0fTelC " """ ^ PreSWCnt i FLEMINGTON. Pa. ,UP) - Tl, Hatch Is 5 « years old nnd is serv- i 10C ;" w °! mm ' s , clul ' >>™ organic int' third term in the Senate n . br! "»" s '"<--'-'> I""™" to establi: \3niforiii procedure in id \vnge rat plus n (toelrme IbiU forbids ituli. criminate "icebox rnidinp." The Club bureau, which register: nil high school girls seeking etn /UntMina's 'first lady", by common- law marriage. It would also declare Folsom the father of her son. Draughon's College of Mechanics Post Office Box 835, Memphis, Tcnn. Will give you specialized (mining on motors, motor lime-up, painting, aulo electricity, body and fonder work, clutch, brake, transmission and deferential repair. A complete training, approved for VETERANS. Call or write for free information. FLYIN'SFUN by RICHARDSON YARBROUGH "Looks like winter's coming on, everybody's • Hying south wilh lilylheville riyjng service' Charter Service!'' BLYTHEVHlfiJXYING SERVICE C- I rilOHT T»I>1S OCALCR ruABTm PHONE I7T7 LET THE GCPC MAN CLEAN UP YOUR BILLS If you haT» a lol of icatlervd bIU» or old debts, it* lh» GCPC Man for the money you need. Ha lik*c to mak» loan* 1o help people and you'll lilcc hia prompt, friendly, confidential ictrice. Repaym«ata nuanqed to tuit yourrtquiremenU. Phon« or come m. General Contract Purchase Corp. 122 West Ash Street Rlytheville, Ark. BLYTHCVILLES ONLY Lost Times Today -IN THE M05T SAMA6E PjH&UKe £¥«•* PRIMED i i HOWARD HUGHES' ; , a.a'iinn PROD-UCTION ADM1SS2GN: Adults Children Tax Included (Jack Hull, Sales Manager, Pictured Above) 5 Salesmen To Prove Jeep's Worth FARMERS: You Owe it to Yourself to Have the Mighty Jeep Demonstrated! • JACK D. HOLT • U. L. TATE • ABNER DRIVER • JOE TRAVIS • ELLIS POOLE There's nothing to lose except spare time when you let one of our salesmen demonstrate the versatility of the Mighty .Jeep to you! There's no vehicle (Yes, we said NO vehicle) lhat can offer you the all-around usage given by Willys-Overland Postwar Jeep. Jeep ran do a thousand and one chores on Ihe farm. Kor instance, it furnishes up to ,'!0 HI' on power take-off to operate belt driven equipment. It pulls plows, barrows, mowers or it can tow a 5,500 Ib. trailer easily. Don't put it off. have us demonstrate the Mighty Jeep at once! IT WILL THRILL YOU TO TRY-PAY YOU TO BUY The Mighty JEEP 4 - Rur P° s e Vehicle POOLE MOTOR COMPANY ELLIS PdOLE, Owner & Operator South Highway 61 at Steele. MO. Phone Steeie 49

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