The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 13, 1947
Page 5
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MONDAY, OCTOBER IS, '194T BI/YTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Chileans Charge Plot by Russians Move to Sovietixe Latin America Suffers a Setback SANTIAGO, Chile Oct. IS. (UP) — The Chilean government charged :oday that R Communist fifth column. working under a foreign director, was trying "to sovletiie Latin America." At the same time, Chilean dlMC- l t Apr of investigations Luis Brum «n- ff rounccd that Chile and Argentina would take Joint and simultaneous action against "continental Com- mvmisvn." Chile issued a new communique on the expulsion of two Yugoslav diplomat*, who were accused of pro- motihR a coal miners' strike on instructions from their home government, and on Chilean Communism in general. (Yugoslavia announced It was breaking off diplomatic relations with Chile because of t«he expulsion Of the. two Yugoslavs.) It said the. two Yugoslavs were vorkinB Vo ''consummate a v ast plan, which, among other things, Envisioned a wave of striXes In our vital Industries . . . the aim was to completely paralyze the ability of tile country to participate in the defense and security of the hemisphere." i Broad Plan .Set in Motion "It was also to develop to a point of efficiency in Chile the fifth column which Is working In l/atin 'American countries under a foreign Director to Sovietile Latin Amer' ca," Chile charged. Chile's investigation of" Comrnu- 'Just One More, Please' (n started the middle of last IT, nth. the government communi- qu ( '-said, after Alfonso Quintana Bui\ s, Chilean ambassador in Buer. •= Aires, had sent back to his goveri. ..kcnt a detailed report on the activities on Yugoslav diplomats In Santiago, Buenos Aires and other South American countries. As a result of that investigation. President Gonzalez Vide\a ordered the Yugoslavs kicked out and ''severest sanctions" against Chileans other foreign elements involved President Truman recently turned the tables on the. While House ixcVs t)liulu £ v,.|>hi.'>a ;md "aiiul" them after ordering the group to "hold still." He followed up his first snaps with the words that he has so often heard fiom them: "Now jusi one more, please." Seventy-five leiiuncn, whom he has dubbed the "One More Club," uresunled him with the movie camera he's piclured using and a fititl camera. HARD TO GET? HOT AT JIMMIE EDWARDS STAIR OR HALL CARPETING If yon'v* wanted carpet in jf for the hall or that dangerous «Uirw«.v in your horn*, here'n your chance to Ret what you n««rl. Beautiful p»U«rn« in curpetini • •re now Rvailable, S«« thin generally »c»rce-item immediately. Wf. have * good utipply, but naturally it isn't unlimited. Thin week we »re' featuring value nnd .^livings on every nig in otir More—<'»i-|>ctiii8r, Airport News in conspiracy. The investigation •demonstrated clearly that the Chilean working class had been considered as an instrument in the hands of foreign Interests." Bruin said plans for joint Chilean-Argentine action against continental communism had been drawn up and would be nut rnto action simultaneously. He was sure the Yugoslav affairs had "ramifications." but he declined to explain » l ger of a flying School in Georgia. J Transient pilots landing here last j week follow: , v..!, „ , , "i J- D. Branch Jr.. of Dycrsburg, G. L.. Moore, of Little Rock, in- ; Tcnn DT . !5 . clau(le B . D!u . is Jr . of Dyersburg, Taylorcraft; L. C. Mcllltoy of PocahotUns, Taylor- craft; N. L. M;\cPnrland of Kcnnetl. spector for the Civil Aeronautics Administration, was a visitor at the Municipal Airport here Thursday. O. V. Sebaugh and Wallace Hoke | M O .. Piper Cub; A. N. iMcAnnlch of flew to St. Louis yesterday in Mr. j Little Rock, Cessna; GeoiRf Ren- Sebaugh's Navion, which they left ! ner Jr. of Chicinnnti, O., Stimoll; mas F ' Hudson, at Kratz Airport lor routine main- ; Carl p. Pryor of Indianapolis, Itul..' a student at St. Mary's School in tenance work. They returned with j Tnytorn all; Eli H. Ethridge and C. B. Woods and Tommy Tinker in Sharron Pharris. both of Sikcslon, Mr. Woods' Bellanca. - , Mo., Ercoupe. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey King Luxora News Mrs. Nonye Hayncs has returned from Comvny, \vhere .^he attended the wedding ol her daughter, Mrs. ] Elnor Coringtmi. to Dr. Alfred Snred of-Conwuy. Miss Wade McHenry has been visiting her mother. Mrs. R. L. Houck. and grandmother, Mrs. Tho- McHenry Is ' Obion, Tenn.. were here yesterday Army Enlistments Lag for a visit with Maryn King of •* further. Try for Sympathy The Chilean government, chars- cd, however, that the two Yugoslavs were "working to consummate a vast plan, which, among other things, envisioned a wave of strikes in our vital industries." Chilean police suspected the Communists of shooting at the Soviet embassy in Santiago early yesterday morning to create sympathy lor themselves or "stir up an incident." Another organization suspected was the Chilean anti-Communist alliance. The Soviet embassy nearly broke a precedent by issuing a statement on the machine-gunning of the front of the building. It said "many shots were fired" and that Ambassador Dimitri Zhukov was asleep, it being 2:10 a.m. Government sources said the Communists had been building UP a "Pan-Slavic front" in Chile since 1044, when, "unrier the gviise of war unity." they established a front called Union Eslava, of Poles, Czechs and Yugoslavs. These sources said the Slavic Union put out a monthly proga- (tanda magazine and held formal dinners, at which Soviet ambassador Zhukov was always a featured guest. They said patriotic pride had made some Slavs in Chile enter the organization, while others perceived almost at the outset what the real Idea was. Blytheville. They flew .here in a Cessna. Charles Rose and Eddie Regenold flew to Waco, Texas, for the Arkansas-Baylor game in Mr. Rose's Bonanza. W. H. Yarbrongh pointed out yesterday t-hat flying is just as cheap as automobile transportation. He said he flew to St. Louis last week in a two-passenger light plane WASHINGTON. Oct. 13. IUPI Maj. Gen. VV. S. Paul. Army personnel chief. s;ud today the Army Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driver and twin children. G. C. Ill and San- tlrfi Lehman, have arrived from Atlanta Ga. They are at the home of Mr. Driver's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Grnver Driver. Mr. Driver was recently discharged fiotn the Army. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and son, Baltimore, 01 Slerarl, Fla.. are and Air Force have fallen more; |,erc for a visit with Mr. Brown'.' than ICO.OM men below their an- • mother. Mrs. Sue Brown, thoriz'.'il strength ami enlistments | Mrs. E. M. Brnlnsk) of Memphis arc running 8.000 a month under | j., spc-ndina the week with her sis renuircments. ' Paul said universal military train- Ing legislation appeared to be the only solution. Without it. the army ] ^it^ Mr. Lake's brother, W. B. Lake ter. Mrs. R. W. Thoma.s. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Roy Lnkc have gone to Kankakee. 111., for a visit and used only n.i gallons of gas. j will keep right on dwindling, he j an( ] Mva _ i^kg. That's an average of a little bet- ; said, ter than 23 miles to the gallon. And i aviation gas costs no more than : the average "regular" auto gas per Quaint Salutation "S. S S. Q. H. S. M.." which stand for the Mexican equivalent of "Your gallon because it is not burdened with Arkansas' stiff state tax on highway fuel. An airport official said yesterday that pilots of this area have missed Johnny Fields, CAA flight examiner formerly connected with Flecman Flying Service in Manila, who left last week to become mana- asking help in finding their slayer. The son, Robert May II. 22, and his wile. Betty. 22, were killed Aug. 28. Their bodies were found in a clump of bushes two miles west of Boys Town. Their automobile was found In the industrial district of OmahB. They had veen on a vacation trip to Colorado. Read Courier News Want Ads. In Mexico, business letters fre- . faithful servant, who kisses your quently arc sisned with the letters ' hand." /I Name is Everything! Keep the influence of your name long bcypfid single life spans. • Many colors • Many designs • Beautiful finishes • Reasonable prices - John C. McHaley & Sons "Your Monument Men" ..v/, __ Father Asks Assistance )n Search tor Son's Slayer OMAHA. Neb.. Oct. 13. lOT) i' B°verley C. Mav was on his way li ick to Alexandria, "Vs.. today af- tj r visiting the spot where the oo- c| es ot his murdered son and t\ mghter-in-law were found, and It's Here What? Annual Harvest Supper Wed. Night, Oct. 15 6 Until? Promised Land Methodist Church THE KIND OF SERVICE FOR LESS THAN YOU EXPECT TO PAY SERVICE ; For Dependable i RADIO I REPAIRS i j Phone 578 j ! We Pickup and Deliver J | LOY EICH I Chevrolet Co. ! 3fl1 W. Walmit St. Our modern shop is equipped to give you the finest service available anywhere in town and on any make of car. Our mechanics •re factory-trained .. . our tools of the latest design for fast, efficient work. Our attitude is one of friendly interest in you and your ' car. The price? Less than you might expect to pay. Make thii your service headquarters, no matter what make car you drive. SH ELTON MOTOR CO. "A Complete Line of Nosh Parts" 119 West Ash Street Phone 4438 plastUones! 27 inches Wide M.15H, 9 x 12 All Wool AXMINSTER - - - $69.95 up I 9x12 40 Ounce RUG CUSHION $8.95 9x12 Durable PLASTITONE - - $19.95 One Safety Top PRESTELINE * Electric Range Apt. Six* Electric A.B., RANGE $119.95 $250 85 Kitchen Cabinet One compact unit, designer! to anve you gtev>s! Plenty of shelves and lira of Rliel.veA nnd I V drawer space! Por- ^o celnin work Lop. f Ruilt-in flour l)in! /,' White ciiixmcl finish with decorations. Order now! Only $49.95 36 x 6 Complete With Brackets Ready to Hang ^ ^^ WHITE WINDOW SHADES 6Qc H«r« It Is! 72 x 84 Marftioti Fields FIELDCREST Part Wool BLANKET $7.95 Full Six* CHIFFEROBE $24.95 •fa Plenty Draver* fa Hat Box fa Mirror Glass Door UTILITY CABINET $19.95 Good Used MOORE'S CIRCULATOR Only $49.95 Good Used WARM MORNING CIRCULATOR Only $59.95 It Pays to Always-"See Jimmie First" Jimmie Edwards Furniture Co. 301 East Main Street Man* 2487

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