The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1947 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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PAd FOUBTKM Indians Fall Back Wore Moslems Troops Sent to Aid Harrf-PrctMd Hindu* , Rctraat, Some Killed NEW DELHI, India, Oct. St. ICUF1 — The troops the Indian government flew to the aid of the hard-pressed Hindu troops of Kashmir Stite were reported yesterday to h»ve fallen back with casualties before thousands of Moslem rebels- • ' Sheikh .AbduRah, head of the Kashmir Interim government, said the Indian troops — reported to be two companies of Sikhs — met the Moslems about to mile* from Brinagar, the capital of Kashmir. They lost several men, Including • company commander, and retreated to a prepared defciBe line, he said, "In order to prevent outflanking movements attempted by the invaders by moving bands through the rugged country." His reference to "Invaders" meant a force of troops on "furlough" from the Pakistan (Moslem dominion) Army that are supposed to have driven Into Kashmir.-a princely state with a Hindu government and an 82 per cent Moslem popiilat.fnn. /"--,- v- Jolned by native Ineguim^ Abdullah said, however, thai alter the retreat, the Indian troops had brought the situation "wc!l into hand" and were causing "confusion among the Pakistani irregulars" with machincgun tire. There were unconfirmed reports that Pakistan had sent regular troops to take a hand In the undeclared war. T)ie trouble slarteil •when the Hindu head of the Kashmir government announced his Intention of joining the Indian dominion against the wishes of most of his subjects. Mohandas Gandhi said last night In an address after prayer: "It was' right for the union government to rush troops, even a hnnd- lul, to Srinagar. That must save the situation to the extent of giving confidence to the Kashmiris. The result Is in the hands of Gocl." Reds Work Through German Stomacl ¥1 _ ,. ___. \ ,_ _, t __ jij Trying to sway the Germans to the Red wny ol thinking by work- Ing through their stomachs, tlie Soviet Military Government in Berlin recently decreed an extra 20-pound potato ration [or students at the University of Berlin. Above, three students carry away their unexpected "good-will" potatoes. * To Moke Butchers' Blocks LITTLE BOCK. Ark., Oct. 31. '<TTP)^J. T. Eggleslon of Ola., Ark., recognized that thcr« was something else missing in meat markets ' these days besides porterhouse steaks, and he decided to do something about it, Eggleston filed articles o( incor- JJoration with the secretary of state yesterday for a company to manufacture butcher's blocks. His specific assets were listed as $1,000 ^ in cash, a'special wood processing method, and stumps from Yell County lumber. Jistorian Cools Excitement Over Buried Treasure RICHMOND, Va.. Oct. 31. (UP) —Dr. H. J. Eckemoclo, Virginia state historian, used a history hook today to fan some fool air on Gov. Willinm Tuck's excitement over a possible buried gold horde In the state, F. L. Weathers, a Greenville, S. C., Carpenter, wrote Tuck that his dying grandfather, a Confederate veteran, had told him jusl where $10.000.000 in British gold was buried. The money,. Weather said, was loaned to the Confederacy by England. Tile" Virginia gbvernor told Weathers to come to Richmond and talk this tiling over. But Eckenrode raised a hLstorlcal eyebrow and uttered an unhlstorltnl "poppycock". No such loan was ever made by England to the Confederacy, snld the historian. The "lost cause" got only one foreign loan, he pointed out—S15.000.000 from n French banning house, most of which was Bpent In Turope for munitions and supplies. fireman and Two Pals Held tor Attacking Girl WILMINGTON, Del., Oct. 31.— (UP)—A city fireman and two companions were hold without ball Baby D{es as Mother Seeks 'Magic' Cure PHOTNIX, Ariz,, Oct. 31. (UP) —A 20-year-old mother told doctors yesterday her thrcc-months- old son died because she couldn't find ft freshly-laid egg to scare evil spirits out of the baby. Police scheduled a psychological examination before deciding whether to file charges against Ramona Madrid. A coroner's jury found that the baby died.Saturday of malnutrition. Deputy County Attorney Ben Rough said the mother told him she tried to drive the evil spirits out of the baby, but couldn't find a ficsh egg with which to make the magic sign of the cross over it. She had not clipped the baby's fingernails or tcrnatls, she explained, because that would have made his eyes (all out. Dulles Brings Korean Issue , Before the UN LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y Oct ,• ^ .T Tlte Unllcd St!> ^ dc -' clarcd In the United Nations yester- diif that the' situation In -Korea had become "very explosive" and warned against any delay in UN consideration of a program to pilot Koreans to Independence. American delegate John Foster Dulles voiced the warning In the Political and Security Committee of the General Assembly In an attack on a Vroposal by Russia to defer a UN program for Korea until representatives of Korean population are consulted, Koreans must be consulted, Dullles agreed, but the consultations should be conducted concurrent with, and not In advance of, the assembly's study of ways.to foster honest, elections In Korea and the speedy withdrawal of American and Russian occupation forces. Poland's Tadousz Zcbrowskl questioned the United States' motives for bringing u le case into the sending of a UN commission to Korea to consult the people In- thc assembly and for porposing stracl of letting the people's spokesmen address the assembly before delegates decide on n plan During; the Inst 24 hours, tl'e Eastern or Western blocs compromised on warmongering, Palestine •>llrl tlw L|t<!« /i«"-TilHy. Priy on Cloves have been known and used since before the day of the early Egyptians. today on charges of raping a 23- ycnr-old girl on a public playground. Police said the three waited for the young woman Wednesday night ns she was walking home from, H movie theater. One. who was acquainted with the girl, knocked her down and then all three took turns attacking her, police charged. ,Rapc is a capital offense in Delaware. The penalty upon conviction is> hanging. ^ Assemhl The big National Guard recruiting drive is in full •wing. Thousands of young men are joining up in all the states, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. It's a "big deal." Just think: a full day's Regular Army pay for two hours of Armory training each week I Fifteen days' pay for the two weeks of summer field excr- cisesl Expert instruction in technical skillsl Sports . . . recreation . . . social events ... new friends I All this and much more is yours as a Guardsman You It serve your country, earn good money, win the admiration of your community. ' Don't hesitate. Get in now, and move up faster! Visit the Armory nearest your home for full details. THi GUARDSMAN'S PAT r (reining p^fed, C«VOT| a»4 T/s . . , »«lilaul •nd T/4 . . , *•• 1 *r»«.nl nd T/J NOW HIOUV! UND« NEW IAW- VOUNO MEN OF 17 Co. M. 153rd Inf., Ark. N.r'l Guard Armory .^ 4 . S °- 2nd St " B1 y»hcyi|le, Ark. « Advert,somcr,t Sponsored os a Public Service fay ARK-MO POWEa CO. A Cifnen in Every Community We Serrc" Pick-Up, Delivery System of Blood Banks Predicted LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. »!.— (UP;—Dr. Raymond r. Barnes ol St. Loul.s, Midwestern medical adviser of the American Red Cross, says that, by next year the relief agency will have started a Wood bank system that resembles milk pickup and delivery. He estimated that the cost of the program next year will be »5 000,000. And he predicted that in .live years the procedure would be nationwide. He said the blood would be picked up, processed and delivered In mobile unlUs, operating out of some 350 scattered banks. The mobile units, lie explained, would serve areas within a radius of 70 mile*. TnrM Negro Childnn, StuHtd in Icmbox, DM DANVILLE, VA., Oct. 31. (OP) — Three negro children wer« found suffocat*d In an old /ashioned Ice| box ye«t«rd»y and police said their , 1-year-old brother, who saved them from burning to death six month* ago, confessed he" locked them up while playing cop* and robbers. Police told James Clark for Investigation after the bodies of his twin-brother and two younger children were found at the Ijome of their mother. Mamrel Clark, who lost three other children in a fire May H. The Negro boy first sal3 he dis- Womcrn Suffers Injury While Picking CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Oct 31 —Mrs. Caleb Davis, Sr., o[ Brag- i gndocio, Is In Campbell's Clinic in , Memphis, Tenn., for treatment of a broken left leg she received in a fall while picking pears. The break t was above the knee, and she also : received a fracture . of the hip of [ the same leg. ; the Korean problem did the Untied States and Russia stand unyielding, and even In this case, the opposing views were explained without wild accusations WHY GET UP NIGHTS DUE TO KIDNEYS? >U«I not Ml TUB MCTMTS WAY • If you ««* up nif)it»—have frequent de- lire to pu» your water—but h«ve only •cuty ptlMf e«—yo, mai h»ve backache, due to eme> acidity In the urine, be glad you're ratdmc Urn: , ' Three (eoeratkxu K|o Dr. Kilmer, a runout doctor, found hundred! of his patient! with thit trouble. Painstakingly he m»de « medicine of 16 herbs, roots, vegetable*, balumi—Nature't own nay to relief. He called it "Swamp-Roof'c and million, of (rtteful men und women have taken it—oftan with amaring results. Swamp-Root foe* riiht to work to Hath out kidney* : : ; increases Row of unne, helpinc relieve excex acidity .. . »o the irritated bladder ieti a food flushing °u^ too. Many report getting a good n>iht'« afeep »fter the K, t t law doses. Caution: take ae directed. For free trial lupply, tend to Dept. T. Kilmer h Co.. Ioc.> Box 1255, Stmnfnid, Coon. Or—get full-fiied bottle of Swamp- Root today at your drugstore. eom»d th* bodies when h« «*m« horn* from «chool for lunch, but JJoUce Mid he later admitted •tuff- Jatmuel Otark, I willl. Lloyd. LEVEE TAXES NOW DUE! s Will be in Blytheville, through Saturday, Nov. 8th. ' > - Osceola, Nov. loth to Noon Nov. 15th. Mail payment with your statement, or see me. Mrs. Lyn P. Gooch, Collector 107 Main Street, Blytheville Me GREGOR WOOL SHIRTS r your outdoor reputation a few of these famous virgin wool shirts will add a lot to your sport, fun and looks. From old favorite subdued or bold plaids to newest pastels-our lineup is complete! De«p-fon» plaids, checks, solids —in maroon; blue, gray, green $6.50 to $73.50. Pastels in plaids or plains $70.00. SIZES 14?4 TO 17J4 . -* If I ft for a Man, Mead's Will Hovt It "

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