The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 11, 1947
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1947 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Stalin Advised by His Doctors To Do Less, Brazilian Official Soys on Return from Russia BY .MATS [.I)!Cl»Qi;iST (United Press Sl»(f Corrrsjiomleiit) STOCKHOLM. Nov. 11. <UPl- Dr. Mario De Plmentcl Braiulao. (onner Bra/Ulan nmljsssnclor 10 Moscow, said today that Premier regime Is the lilRliesl example ol democracy," he said. He was under the impression that the economic, rehabilitation ol the Soviet had been "pretty fast," wllli a good hanTst. particularly In White Russia. Production In the Ukraine, Josef Stuhn had been advised by his doctors to "leave his heavy! Dr. Drandno said, had not been burdens" to other officials. j mlsc-cl to the yrcwnr level, but crops Dr. Brandao, who has jusl come w «'e better than tnst year, out of Russia, said that was why Stalin was not at the big military parade In R^d Square, Moscow last Friday when the SOtli muiiver- ssr.v of the Bolshevik icvoluUo> was celebrated, but. SUlln siill has great, influence and directs Russian foreign policy, Dr. Brnnduo .said. At last report, Stalin was living near the resort town of Sochi on the Black Sea. Eight left wing Labor Parly members of Hie British House of Commons who interviewed him (here last mouth reported thai he appeared iir good health. Dr. Bs'andito said he hud not seen any sigu that Russia has the atom's Dr. Brandao .said Iron ntid steel production apparently were good and transportation was the thins Riving the rius-sJans (he most trouble. Pio Corrca, farmer first secretary of the Brft/illan embassy in Moscow, called transportation Achilles Heel." He ,va!d most Russian trucks were lend-lease uiul they only totaled -100.000, while railroad rolling stock svns "ver\ poor." "We know ttiat the RussUius arc turning out everything," Correa said "Their jet propulsion experiments, and llieh' fighter jiUmcs. are ver^ Black Gold Becomes a Headache PAGE - - ... . . , , r » ood - Tho >' havc brilliant giant bomb, although it had (lie help of tanks and artillery, partEcnlarly an- scveral outstanding German scicn- ti-aivcraft.' 1 lists in Us effort to produce one. He D t . Brnndno .said that during tho ! sale' there were reports in Russia! ii me they were under "surveHlniicc' 1 | that big atomic labnrnlorEcK had \ they were fitiimlecl '24 limit's ft day* been built in Northern Afghanis-1 and not permitted to send telegrams ^ atl - [ or' rrccive visits from their friends, j Brazil broke diplomatic relations; He said no Bni/lliai\ was left \n .with Ru&iiu on October 21 and Dr.[all Russia. Dr. Brandao's son «s Brandao and his embassy staff are j married to a Russian. The Russians on their way home. On October 21.'have refused to let him take Her to the Russians put the Brazilian am-I Brazil on the ground thnt the stale bassadorlal staff "under sut -veil- \ educated her and she has not paid ftuce," charging thnt "Fascists" \\vu\[ for her educatiou, stoned the Soviet Embassy In Rio Del Janeiro. The "sun-einance" continued lor nine days, until all Russian diplomats were out of Brazil. The departure of the Brazilians wa.s delayed by bad flyinp weather, but they arrived here late last night. Dr. Brandao said Stalin's pros liege was greater than ever juid lie expected the Communist regime to last, since it alrcruly had survived for 30 years. He disclosed thaUi.flOf) German "intellectual prisoners" were being trained lor propangamla "work At home by the Russians. Trained by Conner N*:i7i The Intellectuals, he said, were under former German Field Marshall Priedrlch Von Paulus. The . Russians captured him at Stalingrad, and he subsequently went over to their side and embraced Communism. During his months in Mos cow, he said, he had seen no signs of aggressive spirit among the Russians. "They are sure they alone won the war and that the Communist Police Seek Murderers Of Merchant I Murder Trial De/oy 'Sought in Jonesboro JONKSBORO, Ark, No». 11. lUI'l — A Joiiesboro Iruckllue op- lieralor and hid brother «nd »l»itv lodny w »re awaiting th« of Circuit Judge 'M\ Hurrlwn of Hlylhevttle m\ their motion for » delny of Ihelr trial on murder churufK. t .Imlge Harrison look thr motion under ndvtaemenl yesterday, during formal arraignment, after Waller -Montague. 52. ByrnU Monla- Rne, 44. and alndyn Mont«nue, 40, ill pleaded not guilty. They are elmiKed wilh the f»t«l shootlim ot I0-\cnr old Nfgro. Ralph Ooimld- son, The shvylnii occurrri In Wnllei Monlnitnr'n Jonmboro fmufrr ami ra** Coiniiaiiy oldcc, Rfjit. 11. The Ne»ro wa» nld In have Iwen brought (o the office lo answer for remarks lie allegedly inn ( concerning Montagur, Tlie truckllne operator 1ms been held Irt county Jail without lx»ul The other two Imve bi'en free under bond each. » visit to the Army Air Force Air University here'. "A steal many people know how the stenm rnglne operates," Compton snld by way of Illustration, "but- very few know how to apply this knowledge.'' Fresh SUek Guar*ntee4 Best Price* , Kirby Drug StoreS U.S. Scientist Doubts Russia Has Atom Bomb MONTGOMERY, Ala., Nov, 11,— (UP)—A IfudliiR American scientist who lielped develop the atomic bomb said here today he donUle( that Russian* could have producet. a similar bomb In I he .short lluui tlk'j have known of It.s uxl.stence. Dr. K»rl T. Couiiilon, ol M»ss«chusFlls Institute of Technology, nisde the statement during LITl'LE ROCK. Ark., Nov. 11. — Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning for 47-year old Little Rock merchant B. L. who died as the result of a beating he received early ' Sunday. ' ; ''Meanwhile, Little Rock detectives : continued the search for his as- ' sailnnt or assailants. The attack took place following a parly Barn- housp Rave at the home of one of his employes. Mrs. Barnliouse and the three children were on a visit to E! Dorado.- In addition to the attack, Barn- housc's' automobile was stolen and his store, the Little Rock Piano Company, was broken into. [ Barnhouse was discovered Sun-i Oil pushing from the backyard of his Nmvpurl lieacli, (Jnlif., home ducsn't put William Tollman on Kasy Slrcel. He can't sell it lie- cause a cily ordinance prohibits it. Cnpphii! the gusher would cost $2000, which Ttillmnn Says would li.mkiuin him. So lo keep it from flooding neighbors' yards ami cily slicels, he lias lo \f.\\\ it into disposal buckiils. To :uld lo tiis woes, geologists elnim it would bring n SS^n daily income. Above, a reliidvt'. Mrs. t'ninccs Tallmnn, liclps keep oil under control. Farmers Auction Date Changed Hereafter, Auctions Will Be Held on Mondays Instead of Thursdays. Next Auction Wif) Be Held Monday, Nov. 17lh FARMERS AUCTION CO. So. Highway 61 day by his family, reluming from the visit. He ivns nncansclous and the bed was stained with bloorf. A portion of Ills left index finder was driven into his head aliove the lett temple, apparently from the force of one of several Ijlows he received. Police tt-cre checking finBCiprrnl.s at Hie home, store and on the abandoned car. And they were questioning persons who were at the party. Read Courier News Want Ads ^ YOU'LL FiNb if HERE! GET YOUR ENTRIES IN FOR THE Admiration's 'MY FAVORITE GROCER" CONTEST! SPEEDY PUSH DRILL 1.00 Set conjoins 3 regular liied drilli. A time tested tool. HAND SAW 4 Special, hardened, tern- pered jtee), Relarnt • uper-ihcrp leelh. 26 inch, 8 point. COPING SAW Heavy duty, poliiherf, od- justabte frame and hardwood handle. 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