The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 4, 1947
Page 2
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PACW TWO TIME REALLY 9J as advertitfd in LIFE and COLLIER'S O1VI HER A HOPE CHEST ...(>'< lov* for K**pif What more thrilling gift for the bride ihan thij real love gift—gift ihat itarlt the home! Sanctuary of Irousseau ircai- «r*l to<ky—of hsppiaesi tomorrow anil forever. Each and • every Lane Chest, in any stunning style, hos all the exclusive Laae quality features. Make your selection now! Additional LANE Cedar Chests $59.95, Light Fin- ishes $67.50 and $69.50. Heirloom Chest, Authen- tw Reproduction from original built in 1806, $100. <j t ^* ' Charles S. Lemons FURNITURE Home Furnishings Moderately Priced Leader of Poles Foils Execution Mikolojoczyk, Safe In Britain, Plans to Visit Unittd States lONDON. Nov. 4. '(UP)—aUnl- •l»w Ulkolajacxyk, who fled from Poland because lw said the Communists planned to shoot lilm, announced today he was iolng to tht United auto*. MtkoUJciyk WM flown to Britain yesterday from the British Zone of Germany. He arrived there Bat- urday. after a dramatic lllght across the Soviet lone of Germany. "I have not "yet. decided whether to Join the International Peasant Party Org»nl»atlon In Washington but I shall b« so Ing to th* United State* to see friends," tie *ald la a statement issued at hi* wife'* cottage In Kenton, Middlesex. The British government hu given lllkolajciyk full permission today to carry on In exile hi* fight against the Communist forces. Exhausted by his 12-day flight from Warsaw, MikoUji-zyk was rest- Ing today. , Milcclajczyk, 46. was expected to provide the British foreign office with a wealth ot Information on the political situation In Poland. In Paris, Gen. Wiktor Orosz, press chief for the Polish foreign office, angrily denied Mikolajczyk's charge that the communist-dominated government of Poland had him marked I lor liquidation. "More lies," Orosz salci. "Mikola- Jczyk has told so many lies ant! this In more of the same." He denied ever saying at a press conference that Mikolajciyk escaped with British or American aid. Orosz said his statement was that Miko- lajcik was helped by influential friends, whose nationality he did not give. Philip Broad, the British charge d'affaires In Warsaw denied that he or any other member of the embassy staff helped Mikolajczyk to get away. "Thank God, that's over," a secretary at the U. S. embassy In Warsaw said. "Now we dpn't have to deny rumors that we arc'hiding him iu the embassy." Escape Cirenilljr Planned Mikolajczyk Indicated his escape was carefully planned. He and seven other Poles left Warsaw on Octj 20. after receiving word two days before that final arrangements were complete. He reached the British occupation zone last Saturday after a hazardous Journey across the Russian occupation zone. Word of his arrival reached the British government over the weekend and air commodore O. W. de Putron was sent tn pick him up. Mlkohtjczyk said tiie seven other Poles who fled with him were safe, but would not Indicate where they were. In ,the party w.ete Kaxlmerz Baglnskl,: information chief'of Mlk- olajcryk's peatent party) .and party deputies Stephen Korbbnskt and Wincenty Bryja. : Those three, like himself, had been trcntened with execution, Mik- BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)_ COURIER NEWS Harem Look but EVERYONE can afford the LUXURY of the Finest Mattress Made! Yachting is a tporl reserved for the wealfhy, the man of means. But here's a luxury, much more Important to your health—to your well- being, that Is.within the means of all. The soothing, relaxing comfort of a rejt- producing Reitonic Triple Cushion innerspring mattress is yours. See It at our store today. $ 49 s REST ASSURED oJ<fWff/ff t Other Innerspring Mattresses Priced As Low As Charles S. Lemons, Furniture •• •••...._ • Home Furnishings Moderately Priced fashioned after a Turkish harem costume, these formal pajamas are the latest thing in New Look night-wear. Truly Barhara models the novel creation, which is made of bright gold jersey and worn with gold kid belt and sandala. /eterans at University To Get Student Stores LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 4. (UP) — A drive by student veterans at the Jnivcrsity of Arkansas has resulted "i the sanctioning of a student- ,vned store by President Lewis Weljster Jones. Dr. Jones announced yesterday hat the grocery probably would be established on the campus by Jan. . He snld student* would hire the manager. The University President also an- lounced that a report will be made his weekend at Little Rock on sanitation conditions at l"ayett«- And President Jones halted talk >f a new university field house to landle Ihe crowds at Rasorback basketball games when he announced that sports must wait until more irgcnt academic construction needs ire' fulfilled. » WARNING ORDER | The 'defendant, Pattyc Marie ' 3unch, Is hereby warned to appear j n the Chancery Court for the j ;hlckasav,'ba District of Mississippi I County, Arkansas, within thirty | days and answer the complaint of he plaintiff, Glenn Wallace Bunch, i 'lied against her In said court, case ' >To. 10.300, and upon her failure so to do, said complaint will be ! aken as confessed. I Witness my hand as cl«rk of said court and the seal thereof this S day of November, 19*7. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk Setd * Roy, Attys. for Plff. Oscar Fendler, Atty. ad Lltem. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1S47 Three Men Go Fishing; Only One Returns NEW YORK, Nov. 4. (UP) — Frederick Gumbrech, 46, was in Ijong Beach Hospital today, unaware that of the three elderly men who went tUhlnj In a homemade boat In November because they might not see another Summer, only he came back. George Luck, 78, and Ouldo Por- xla, 73, drowned. Oumbrecht, a retired carpenter, and Luck, a retired hardware re- taller, were proud of the flat-bottomed boat, with a top-heavy cabin in the fore, which they had built, Other fishermen warned them that th* boat was not seaworthy. Yesterday they persuaded Persia, a retired landscape gardner, to go with them for the first time. They had a new outboard motor they wanted to try out. "You may not gfet another chance," relatives said they told Fonla. Mrs. Bnma Heddendorf, Uick's daughter, took them from their homes In Richmond Rills to Polnl Lookout. "They were all excited." she said The water of Reynolds Channc. was cold and choppy. Other fishermen, cautious about the rough water, fished from rocks and piers and left their own boats pulled up oti the shore or bobbing at the water's edge. Mrs. Heddendorf left and the three white-haired men pushed of( In the 16-foot craft which capsized in the channel. Gumbrccht was tin-own clear. "I don't know what happened," he told police. "I was under the water a long time, then somebody pulled me out." He was brought ashore by Ned Boyasian and Prank Kelty. tui, other fishermen. The bodies ol Luci. and Porzla were recovered from the cabin. r " and cau ** the trlcal wirlm on the Queen Elza' . e ueen za- drraths of 7000 persons from burns.! bcth world's largest ocean liner Rubber is UM<! In *pproxim4M> 265 spots in tht new cars today. Two Killed,-17 Injured In Mississippi Mishap HATTIESBURG, Miss., Nov. 4.<UP>—A tint bed truck on which 19 relatives were riding collided with a state truck south of here yesterday, resulting in two death and 17 injuries. Walter D. Dennis. 35, and Harmon Pruitt, 30, were killed outright. Another passenger, p. T. Creel, 17, was In critical condition. Read Courier News'Want Ads. Charter Oak OIL-FIRED PARLOR FURNACE A Good Heater—And we have a few of these well-known Brands—See them today! Heats 4 to 5 Rooms Baked Enamel Finish Aluminum Trim Generous Size Door for Easy Lighting and Cleaning Cast Iron Linings in Heating Unit Attractive Aluminum Grill Cast Iron Pot Ring and Bottom Inner-Unit Seated in a Cast-Iron Frame Per Rigidity Aluminum Ray Door Lining Directs Heat any Forward Direction Detroit Lubricator Valve CHARLES S. LEMONS, Furniture Home Furnishings Moderately Priced said. Bagtnskl, Korbonskl and Bryja brought their wives with them and Marie Hulewlcz. Mikolii- Jczyk's secretary, also was In the party. Mikolajozyk said the plans to 11- u'date him and the three men J who fled with him were to hav: ' gone into effect last w«ek. The Polish parliament, opening 1U current scsiioii, was to have deprived them ihcir immunity, he said. Then a military tribunal was to have given them a trial and ordered them executed. , Karol ThHler. a United Press correspondent who has known Mikol- r.jczyk for years, said he seemorl to have aged 30 years in the las: six. He returned to Britain two years and lour months, alter ho gone back to Poland from : 11 earlier exile to take part in n "Broadened"' government agreed upon by the Big Three. During the war. he was premier of the Polish government-in-exile. . YOUR CARS ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ^ NEEDS OUR Sfientific Check-up! • FOR FAST STARTS MO QUICK GETAWAYS • FOR CHEATER ECONOMY • FOR SMOOTH PERFORMANCE If your c»r is sluggijh-if it "misses" whea you "givt « the giio"— if it ij jlow- stirting, bring it in ... • . . our factory-trained mechanics know what it needs! SERVICE l» BEST FOM YOUR CAR »OAROLE>S OF MAN* SHELfoN Motor Company 119 W. Ash Dial -M3S CARPETS AND ROOM SIZE RUGS BIGELOW On« of many beautiful IIOADLOOi floor coverings in oor collection ol fir>« carpets. Come in and see our stock made by the foxnoos II6EIOW WEAVEJS. You'll be surprised and delighted. Priced to your budget, j 9 x 12 Rugs — We are unable to offer room size rugs at this time, but we have the assurance from Bigelow that they will be able to supply them later in the year. 9 x 12 Htavy Rug Cushions — $12.75 CHARLES S. LEMONS, Furniture Home Furnishings, Moderately Price

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