The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 9, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 9, 1947
Page 3
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y, 1D4Y Communists in Italy Launch Smear Campaign Aimed at President of United States ROME, O;t. 8. (U.P.) —• Unlta. •fficlal Communist ncw-spaper in taly, said today without ottering inything u, back up Its charge hat President Truman was a mcin- *r of the Ku Klux Klan. Unlta appeared to be starting '• hew campaign of anti-Ameri- «nlsm under the "information hu- «au" (hat Communist parties from line nations have set up to fight he Marshall and Truman plans. It used two lines of big. black L\pe for a headline of "three col- fins over the article. "Eminent persons in tho United States belong to the Ku-Klux Klan md Harry Truman also," it said, whiting no supporting documents. Tile same article said it had 'recently been revealed" that 'mi- nan kept. his wife on the £enate ttyroll when he was a member of *e Upper House." It trlit o f Mr.'3 "membership in tile Pen- letgast paiig." which it de-scribed 'or Italians in most unflattering *rms, Tlie article said Mr. Truman hud ixplalned the kcepina of Ills wi'e in the payroll by saying she help- ed him to copy his speeches. It then described the 'Tender- sast gang which dominated the whole state of Missouri... .like similar gangs in Chicago, New York, etc. Suggesting the names of judicial nominees, V.orvening in state elections. . .and all this' because the Bang was covering its operations In prostitution, drugs, bootleg alchohol and murders to wip e out oppdBlng • 8ftTi[jstcrs." ' ! Unita said Mr. Truman w»s made a judge by Tom'' Pcndcrgast and Described an alleged mcetfni? in Wliich Pe^dcrgast said 'to Mr Iruiuan: "I will make you a senator." It described ih e election de- 'eat of the Pendcrgast machine, the appointment of Maurice M Milhyan as federal prosecutor, the conviction, i mprisonment release ind eventual death of Pendprgast. "Tinman went to the tmieral winch wa.s attended by a great number of the gang," Units said. It said Mr, Truman "In his act as nrealdcnt. removed Miliigan as federal pro««ciitor and "forgot the political promise" that Former Coach Becomes /niwrane* Firm Ag»nt CARUTHERSVlIiE. Mo., Ocl. 8. —J»ck A. Hopke, former C»ruthers- vllle High School football coach, officially terminated his a&ioclttion with the Veterans Administration here yesterday to become a special •gent In Southeast Missouri for the Prudential Insurance Co. Mr. Hopke has been a resident of Caruthersvllle since 1838, except for four years in the Army, in which he served in Ihe European Theatre. At the time of discharge, he held the rank of captain. He coached high school and junior college football here from 18» until lie went into service in 1942. Following his return from the Army, he WM associated with the Vet- erajis Administration In Poplar Bluff, St. Louis, and, for the past several months, in Caruthersville. The first "lengthy" flight over water by airplane—34 miles from Newport Bay, Calif., to Cataltiia Island—was made May 10, 1912. he would b e given a better Job. In a reference to former Ambassador George Earle, Unita said: "The American Earle has requested the bombardment, 0 ( Russiu with atomic bombs. We request the people to unite to save the peace from maddogs like Earle." Truman-Stalin Conference Is Proposed * NBW HAVKN, Conn., Ocl. 9. lUP) —Henry A. Wnllncc li"s proposed thai the Unlled States find Russia draw up list of tlu-ir "fundamental differences" mitt publish them su llmt "peoples of the world" would be convinced that "none of the points of difference cannot be resolved without resort to force." ,The former vice-president made the suggestion last ni c ht when h5 spoke here on a New England lour. Wallace -said that^ President Tru- mnn and Secretary of State Geonse C. Marshal] should meet with Premier Josef Stalin and Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov to discuss present disagreements which, he sylcl, caused a "u'orld-widn disease" which "is now miming a course like a gullontnt; consumption." I "Too IOIIR the United States \\as \\unled ])OKCR and prepared f)i war," he said. "Too long liu.ssia lies wanted peace and prepared for war. Tlie time hut come for both sides to prepare for peace." Before the war tx) pc-r cc'ivt of U. S. Riisolene wont inlo motor vehicles. O.K. With ttrnrrr CiOsilBN. Ind. lUP) — Henry Sclihm wants 11..known that Ms Read Courier News Want Ails. Just ask... we like to «ay "YES" to LOANS • AUTOMOBILE • SIGNATURE •CO-MAKER • FURNITURI Quick, Prlvata Servlio • Personalized Attention Come Jn or tmltphon* 293B 122. W. Ash St. BLYTHDVILLE C^VEHAL CONTBACJ PUBCHASE COBPOBATION! Shop NOW... 'cause it's H/l&j^ DREIFUS' GREAT VALUES CONVENIENT LAyAWAV A "'""" ' lciK> ' lt lu "' ls " nir COMPLETE SELECTIONS Beauty! Value! 3 DIAMOND RING Easy Terms wntcncs In the newest and most modern Grue.p styles. 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