The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1947 · Page 4
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rout BLYTHBYILLB <ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Trieste Attacks Are Minimized Army S«ureM Insirt Act* of Aff rcuien N/»t U»«July Alarming TRDWTT, Oct. 11. CUP)—U. «. Army source* h»ve confirmed that there had b«*n «JJ case* of armed Xfrcisdon *C«liut American troop* «lr.c« th*y.moved Into this ires. In June. IMC, but'indicated moat of them 'were Dot s* serious is R*p. Marion T. B«nneU (R.-Uo) had auppoaed. Bennett /announced on Tuesday that In th« "cold .war" Yugoslavs had commuted «3 acto of armed a«- gTMtlon iftlnst the Americans, In which (reaps had been kilted or injund. \ Army touroa* siiid actual .eaciwi- JM of flr* between Tu«oalav and U. «V patrols had been rare and "only part. of the** Incident* In- yolted Yugolsav troops or actually occurred on tht bt-rder." Th« • acU of* agffretftlon, they ,*ald, Included "trivial evaiita »uch ' u flrlni at food ration trucks, aa.1- HM against ^sentries ruwdlng supply dump* and aawulta on toldlers taking out villace flrla.< They aald all .these-were committed by uniden: titled civilian*. > Then had been inttance.s list Summer of snots fired at night patrols or poising Jeeps, these sources Mid. Tliey o!t*d ons case in which demonstrators threw a hand grens.de Into a trucklo&d of soldierx as "tho peak of overt act* of hostility by Communist-dominated crowds." "It ta no more noticeable here than anywhere else," the sources Mid. ''The whole world Ls in the grip of'a campaign of psychological warfare >nd Trieste U gelling lit nhare of It." It Will Be Hi's Old Stamping Ground MSWMr^t ' Railroad Claim Brings Relief From Boredom E. f. Miller, air-cont^tlonlni mechanic ot Memphis, Tenn., Is no philatelist, but he likes the color of postage stamps so much h« decided to. pajwr his bedroom with them. Starting last December, he has already finished the ceiling and one wall, some 3r>.000 canceled stamp* In all, Above, he pastes another stamp in place • lid still thinks it's a good idea. bit of Control .Li'l'I'LZ R<X3K, Ark., Oct. 31. , (UP) — A claim presented by the 'Missouri Pacific Llnw against the n ke lo d , ^Jijininir 'state tor $98.15 Injected - "> "' " • " .somctnin K laughttr Into the Fiscal Board's last meeting. The board heard about 20 clulms during • Its day-long session, but : Ihe one entered .by the railroad kept members In a pleasant frame • of mind despite the boredom which usually accompanies Ihese meel- ;ings. • ^ •' What makes the claim more In: terestlnt In addition lo ,tho small sum Involved is that It dates buck Escaped Convict Seeks Help from, Convicting Jury MOBILE, Am., Oct. 31. <UP> — James R. Colllrui, escaped Alabama Convict 'who fled to Pennsylvania and "went straight" yesterday had hope of-help from members of the jury that convicted him in 1923. C. W. hfatzenger, a member of the jury, said,yesterday he would lo d,o .something- to help Collins "get a fresh start" and addrd that he was talking to other ];irors to gel. their views. Collins was arrested early this week In Doylestown, Pa., where he had established himself as a respected citizen after his -break from an Alnbutna prison in 103fi- He was serving a life term for his part In an attempted bank robbery at Oitronelle. Ala., In 1928. Four other members of the jury W. F. McDaniel New President > t Of Rotarians j W. F. McDaniel yesterday sue- , ceeded Philip J. Deer an president of the Blylheville Rotary Olub. i Mr. McDaniel took over the office at the weekly meeting of the club yesterday noon at the Hotel Noble. It wan Mr. Deer's last meet- | Ing before leaving for Little Rock where he will become «upervlsor of recordi and reports In the State Dpartmnt of Education. '— Mr. McDaniel was vice prenl- dent of the Rotary Olub. No plans were announced as u> filling the vacant vice presidency. \ During tlie program following tiie business meeting, the member.! saw a Navy film showing battle scenes In ths Pacific. wers Prank Thro of »l, Louis, Bob Chandler of Little Rock, Jiijx Bradley and Paul Price, both of Lexington, Ky., Don Krcck of Jonej;boro and Monroe Crsln Jr., Charles Pnrker, Don Arnej and Junior Rotarian Harold Traylor, all of Blylheville, Chief Petty Officers W. l». Fisher and 0. W. Wea- therforcl of the Navy Recruiting Station here also were guests. where the fume* were less dense until the crowd was lessened by departure of those who walked along tlie cat'Aalk to the Exchange PJnce Station In Jersey City. contacted by newsmen refused, to to 1934 exactly 13 years. comment on Matzenger'if Idea of i Th«. railroad repaired a culvert helping Collins. ' at. Camp 'Robinson supporting, one i Mrs. Audrey Malone, the only llv- of its ,ttacte leading Into this mill- I ing witness lo the holdup also wilh- tary reservation. The railroad, re i held comment, though u was innrn- Fire Traps jConimuter/ In Hudson River Tunnel NEW YORK, Oct. 31. (UP) — Hundreds of passengers aboard thrse .West-bound trains of the Hudson and Mnnrmllnn Rnllrond were trapped for 30 minutes yesterday under the Hudson Hlver when fli'e broke out in a short- circuited slgnnl cable near the Jersey City end of the tube. Tlie passengers filed through the smoke-filled tunnel along catwalks | and made their way to the Jersey City station where scores were treated for smoke Inhalation. Heavy, acrid fumes filled tlie station. There wns no pnnlc and |x>l!ce had no reports of serious Injury. The cable fire wns found shortly before noon arid posvcr was Immediately cut off ami part of tile servicp discontinued until the flames were put out. As thick, black smoke billowed through the tunnel, railroad em- ployes ran down the track and, placed ladders at the front entrance I of the [Irst car, Some of the pass-- engers were told lo lie on the floor WEAK cranky 'mry •with'! Are you troubled by dlitrcss of female functional jxrlodlo disturbances? Docs thla xnaka you (Ml so tired, hlKti-stnmg," Tien-out—at aueh Minn? Tlicn of try Lydia I. Plnlc- hniti'a Vegetable compound to relieve Birch symptom.! Flnaham'a Com. pound U nindc npeelally lor women. It nlio hns what Doctors call t \ stomachic tonlo effect! Any dr HYDIA I. DOUILt-DUTY KOII OlOPt . ; presented -»tH>e, meeting by W. J. ed she had been In contact with ' (Bill) Smith. Iilttle Rock (\ttor- Collins' mother here. • ney and former execullve secre- (. Mrs. Matnne. bunk cashieftat the tary to G<»t.:-Beii Lnnfey, claimed time of the holdup, Is now Prc.sl- that the sUte military department dent of the Cltronelle bank. : reijtieswd the repair work since ^ some of Its vehlcle»s had to cross i the track in moving military jup- ' piles. ,. ,.;• "'-'.• •i Repres*nttj»g tlie state in pro-, test of ^t^*-" claim was Col. Pat •Harris..who was in the state mlll- ; tary department In 1934. H e said i he did: hot; 1 remimber the state ; asking the Missouri Pacific to r»- : pair the culvert. ; Asked by Oovernor'Laney; chslr- i [man of the board, If the railroad i had a contract- for the repair Job, : • Smith laughed and said. ; I "Toitell yoti.-the truth, govcmoi 1 , ' •I don't know. 'Hie file was put in- I ;to my hands only .yesterday, and' II haven't had time to study re-! •;port* on the claim my clients are ! ' He a*Sed that he felt sure the ; work ws* don« and that the In' dustrial and maintenance depart; ment had records supporting the • claim. ••-.•• .! Laney agreed' with Smith, but ; suggest** he make a search for the : contract and present It to the 'board at «~later meeting. t s Smith was well pleased with the ; suggestion, and In a closing jibe, | remarked: "I 'don't think that this [ »98 Is going to help the Missouri i Pacific much — anyway, we're In j bankruptey." i Heating Needs Available Have you talked to Wm Fraser Plumbing and erntion Avoilable. Also Commercial Rcft'ig:- Hcating about your heating: needs for. tlie winter? Just received shipment of oil Space Heaters—on display in our showroom "Just Around the Corner" on Cherry. Wm. Fraser I'lumhinK & Heating 401 East Cherry Si. Works Where Most Colds Start Don't delay! At the flrat warning sniffle or sneeze, put & few drops of Vicks Va-lro-nol In each nba- Irll.For El used in lime,Va-tro-not helps prevent many gSi ^colds from develop- i ^r e -y- / o Ins. Relieves head > cold dlstreM fast, \ • Try itl Follow dl- i-O ' reel ions in package. ^V-" VKKSVA-m-MOl Seeking to Beautify CONCRETE BLOCK? Sfy/. wffft BONDEX n/tn, iltp dampness of lamt time! Here'* ihc way to make your home distinctive and charm. Ing. Bondex brings you color and stall walls agalnit dampness by bonding with the lurface. Apply with brush—no skill needed. Ctl ftvr BONDEX Coltr Chart htm... HOBBARD HARDWARE OO. 213 W Main St. I. 0. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. an w. *«h ARKANSAS I'AIHT. GLASS A WAI.T,PAPE» CO. Itji K. M«ln Si. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY I.TJMBEB OO. 1601 W. 51»ln SI. WWII HYDRAULIC CEMENT ... Stays Fresh Longer! FRIDAY, OCTOBER tl, WARD WEEK WARD WEEK, WHEN ALL AMERICA SHOPS AND SAVES! 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