The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 12, 1947 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, NOVKMBER 12, 1947 Anti-Communist Leader Flees Hungary and Soon Will Join Exiled Premier in Washington Hy CI.l.VrON B. CONtitlH United Press Staff Correspondent (Cnpyrighl 1941 by I'nltcd I'ress) STEPHENVILLE. MM.. Nov. 12. tU.l'J-Zoltn,, prclllcr, the antl- Communlst leader wiio fled Htmsury a weeks « RO when lie was in (he "shadow of (he- noose," look oft for (he United Slates today to ulin with other Htmeaiians i v exile n counter-attack against his political . etK'inies. ' lie stopped briefly here en route from • Frankfurt to the United Slates, with him were his svite, Magda, his five-year-old daughter, Ma,Tda, Las/.lo, u leader of Pfelffer's Himfarian independence and Mrs. Acsay. hostages. «Alti:i,V DMCAl'KS AUI1KST When he left, the Connn BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS bullets, r left without n spare shin I " ::c ' lf as n lc K ; »l parly. and ihy family \viihout even a spare ] J "st before the elections li^ A, handkerchief." j Bust 31, Pa-f/er was beaten nneonl His face drawn from the strain ',• CI<I1IS -">' CornmunlsL during a par of recent months, I'feiffer said lie ! !- v ™'J'- His secretary was put inlr fled Budapest on Nov. 5 only after Ja "• lie had learned that his wife -ind One of the first pc vsom he will daiiBhtcr were safe in Vienna. jse-e in the United Slates 7s Fere,," Pfeiffer said the Russian cluuse ] Na R y. whom he succeeded as ( e that American acorns engineered ! anti-Communist leader i Hi his escape was-ridiculous." fie said nary. Nagy was premier until ]»Yi it rnlYirtn mi i.f U i ..i. 1.,!.. -in ' '""*•' UMLI1 JUSt, . a company of Hungarian soldiers r covered his escape. What happened lo those soldiers was obscure. All were reported lo have tried lo get into the British a>ne of Austria, but only one made It. Flees Across „ i ,- , , — •-."^ ~- M, onu rt ,v, soon as Kaev si He declined lo say exactly how his rcsi^alion. the son wat ha 1 ilfln (*<JP(»Tirirf. h<11>ailt-n "I,.,,,.] 1 _ . ,,..„„. i,. l.j m ••«>• inio ilia "By is now in Washington. , ,,uiv d-, because "hundreds ' July 29. Tlie Communist accused Nngy of Plotting lo overthrow his own government --id while he was on vacation in Switzerland, forced him to resign. He had left his yomiK son behind, and as soon as Nagv sitrnnl he hnd of others were unsiliB Ihe same roule. But he did say that farmers passed him from village, while au- i tomobile loads of Russian and Hun- {Municipal League Meet gariah secret police hunted him. •** — At one point in his escape, he (led through the back door of a farmer's collage and across a field while police banged on the front door. He said the Communist secret po- lice'were "running amuck." "They nnvc dropped their mask now." he said. "I have now been graduated from a school on how to turn tlcmoncracy into terrorism I wonder if Western nations rcallx- what is hidden in Ihe mist covering what they call 'Eastern democracy?'" Pfcilfer said he wanted to warn the Western democracies against ..._...,,,^, U j ••i.MUiUC? /VlCCT* Opens Today in Nashville NASHB1LLE, Term., Nov. 12. (UP) —Problems of city and stale governments will receive a thorough going-over for three days here be- Sinnins today when the National Municipal League begins its annual convention. The meeting was lo open shortly after noon today on the topic of "modernizing state government" and wns to close Friday with a discussion of means of "how to get the money" 10 finance cities properly. Speakers riming (he three-day meeting were to include former Gov. Florida Again Hit By Wind Storms Gales and Tornadoes Injure Six Seriously, Bring Heavy Damage PANAMA C1TV. Fla., Nov. 12 (Ul'j —At least six were seriously injured and more thousands of dollars were added to Florida's storm, damage total today us the result of the latest freak ujcather to strike the state, Gale winds and twisting Ionia- does buffeted Northwest Florida yesterday (rout Tallahassee to Pensacola, leaving heavy property damage iincl eroundliiR a S | lla || Cuban ship off Santa Rosa Island near here. Two of the ten-member crew ol (lie 55-foot motor slilp La Clcnfug- erra were hospitalized after the ship wns blown m;round oft Santa Rosa Island near here and the men had to swim to safety through 76 yards of pounding smf. At Elgin Field a twister dmmiKCd bnrracks, hangars and planes and injured 11 soldiers, at least two seriously. Army authorities had not estimated the total damage today. But at Snmiysidr? Beach and Nice- vine, losses from heavy ruins and tides and high winds totalled over SM.OOO. Winds ol ualc force lore otl rooftops, smashed window pancr and damaged power lines, and heavy water washed out secllons of highways and city slreets. Another tornado ripped throuGii tlie small community of Ebro. destroying nine homes and damaging several others, Two persons wurs sent to tiie hospital at nearby Bonifay wilb serious Injuries and u newspaper photographer reported that "scores of others" were hurt less seriously by flying glass and de bris. Winds up to GO miles per hour accompanied what appears to be separate localized tornadoes in tin elements' latcs'l attack on storm weary Florida. s the Eastern democracies." Charles Edison, New Jersey today •Democracy, as Western "•"' ' ----- ~ ' -•" - • know it, is dead in people Hungary, out underneath the ashes there air embers of opposition," he said. "The little people of Hungary are stili democrats." Pfeiffer said it was impossible «• him to leave Hungary until his wile and child were safe, because if . ,, : -..,......., :,^ a ,^u u ne i)ou director, inursnav and Harrv - had, they would have been held as W. Schacter, Louisville', Ky.. Friday. and tomorrow; Gordon B. Cla'.ip, board chairman of the Tennessee: Valley Authority, tonight; U. s. Rep. Estes Kefauver, D., Term., tomorrow; Wilson W. Wyatt. formcr E.ouisville mayor and national housing expediter. Thursday; Dr. Gcorso H. Gallup, nationally-known public poll director. Thursday; and Harry Edison i.i president of the associcr.- llon. Phone 2054 W. H. (Bill) PEASE LOCH| Agent Fur H"lli B Vcnclian Blinds Slnster Metal Weather Stripping •Lain" All Metal Screens Nalinnal Wltldnw Guards Screen i)nor Grilles Mule Iti.lr Nu-Top Roofing Asphalt Tile r<»rk \Vnol Insulation —Free Estimates— PAUSE FOR COKE REFRESHES MEN IN BUSY FACTORY S\SK retail empty bellies promptly • OTTtID UNDil AUTHO.I7Y OP TKi COCA-COl* COKfANY 1Y COCA-COKA B01TMNG CO. of ULYTHEVILLh ^, TS Cwe- Hammer Slayer Is Sought by Texas Officers TEXARKANA. Texas, Nor. 1J (UP)—A two-nun Texas ranger was asslslliiB Texaikana police today in their Investigation of (he hammer murder of Meek Wellborn, -^N aikana lumberman and former Arkansas stale policeman. Wellborn (tied late yesterday from injuries received during an attack by a masked man at a lourist cabin Sunday. Ranger Chief T. M. (Lone WOLFI Oonzaullus was asked lo aid In the Investigation by Texaikana police when he arrived to testlf v in another case. Oonzaullus figured In trie Invesli- cnlion of the five murders attributed to the "phantom Killer" In 1945 and int. cioiiMuillus earned his nickname during (he famous riots of Ihe Mexia, Tex., ollboorn, According to Mrs. Grace Evans or Hope, Ark., who was with Wellborn (luring Ihe tourist court attack \ Negro with a white hood over 111. head climbed In the window and demanded money from Wellborn. She says (hat when Wellborn refused he was severely beaten with hammer. Police found footprints out.slde the window mm „ v>i (lo dy handprint on a nearby fence. Thev Officials at Spa Sued for $50,000 Paid Out as Tees' HO' 1 ' SPRING* Alk., NOV. 12. .7 ~ t'otmit Hot Sprlnu oily Attorney j.y Rowlund «nd two for- twnii u'' m ' B t ° dl) ' " Cfd »" 11 (or MO.OOO brought by th« city of Hot SprhlRtv M.yor Earl Rick. »ld y, 51 >,.. <fay Ihe sulu wei-« Intended to recover »-h,t he lernu "misappropriated fund.i," received by ih« officials from a uttl« Rock brokerage llrm in connection wllh Ihe ™, °' * *'*'"' worki «'»'*'« lo the Tlie city. r*pre«nt«<j by Garland County Prosecutor Sidney McM.th «»k« M7.000 from Rowland.. »nd »11.SOO e*ch from Frank Moody »»d s»m Q. smith, Rowland was suspended u elly attorney »(ter his conviction on charge of accept lilt bribes. Push Plant For Creating School LlTHjE ROCK, Alk.. Nov. 13. (UP) _ 'iTi, Advisory council of (lit St»t« Nursing Assoclnllon »*s expected to announce pluiis (01» school of nurshu In Aikamws, say ("hey b«lleir tlie~Ne,iro~scaTeTl thr fence »nd lost himself In Ihe adjoining Nrfra district. following a meeting wllh dfnn Julia Miller of Kmory University, Atlanta, a«., today. The muses were ex|>eeleil to call for Ihe nursing (raining school lo be Incorporated with Ihe University or Arkansas Medical School. The, plan will be submitted lo ihe University board of trustees. Dran Mllljr has been nsslKiied to (he area for a two-week period by thr United Slates public health service. STATK I'KOl'KKi V Wild name and fur-l>earln|; animals arc considered the property of Ihe slate. They can be roxardeil »s possessed only when laXen In accordance with nil regulations. WAKNINOi OKDKK 111 llin Chancery Courl, Chlckasaw- 1« Dislrlcl, Mississippi County AlkiMlSHS. Nancy Jiuckhannon Plaintiff, vs. No. 10JOO Heriry Uiickliiumon Defendant. The defendant Henry Huckhan- nou Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In llic court, named in the caption hereof anil answer Ihe complaint, of (lie plaln- LIKE. GOLDEN BROWN FRIED FOOD THAT'S DIGESTIBLE TOO 7 ITS Al.t VL-C.6TAB16 FRAZIER Bus Lines New Location 105 Niii'lli Buses to — • A HIM OK HI, • IIUFKMAN • PUOMISICI) LAND • NO. n • STA'I'K ],1NK CHARTER BUSES fat Shop in Connection (Iff Nancy Buckhinnon. ^ted thjs.s d»jr of Ko*«ab»r, HARVEY MORRIS. CJ«t By Betty PeOrton, deputr. C. F. Cooper, Atty. for Pltf. Ed B. Cook, Attjr id llt«m.;- HUNTERS! Protect your healttS with HOOD Sportsman Boots and DRYBAK Hunting Clothing. Lay Away for Christmas AT FITZPATRICK'S 3 diamond «n 00fl«m«nt ring 14K gold mount ing>. 1(47 Xag«n lr»i. Sl-pc. S«rvit* for I. Choo** from 4 17 Jewel Bulova, gold filled, timed for accuracy Ladies Birthston* for every month. Six Diamond Bridal Set, Knife Edge Mounting. 142 Ronton lighten. Fomout o'n» finger action. JCSO Simulated ptorlt Itrung on Nylon. Remington Four- tome for quick, clean shovel Matching wedding bands for bride and groom. 10K 19" usi YOUK CMOIT TERMS Take a year to pay the balance. FITZPATRICK JEWELRY STORES Blythivillt, Memphis, Osccolo, Sikcston, Poragould * It tafctt only 3 minutes to open a charge account. Credit is frit. \

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