The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 12, 1947 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 12, 1947
Page 16
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PACK KDCTKKK BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER MEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 194T Vohinsky Hits Truman Policy HiHensit Attack On Soviet* Charged By RuMJan Leader MEW YORK, HOT. 1J. (UP) — Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei VUhlnsfcy, to t. thinly veiled •ttadc upon President Truman l«st nlcht, charged .the "imitators" of Hitler • with "propagandizing th» sant eruy ideas" to destroy FUis- «U M the former Nail, leader did. In an address to the 30th annl- VCTwrjr dinner of the Foreign Press AuocUUon at the Hotel Waldorf- Astoria, Vlshlnsky cited as an example of this propaganda "a statement by one of the most prominent • American statesmen published In the New York Time* of June 24, IMli"-which said: "If we «ee that Germany Is winning, we ought to help Russia and It Russia Is winning, we ought to help Germany and that way let them kill as many as possible..." Thai statement, newspaper files disclosed, was made by Mr. Truman, then Senator from Missouri, tiro days after Germany attacked R'ussU. Vlshlnsky did not mention the president's name, nor did he finish the quotation which ended, " although I don't want to sec Hitler Yictorious under any circumstances. Neither of them think anything of their pledged word." Of Mr. Truman's statement Vls- hlnsky said: "It cannot be denied that this program.. .advocated by prominent American statesmen — also lias stability and consistency.. .insofar as hatred and vicious animus toward the Soviet Union arc concerned. "We know of the plans that Hitler and the Hitlerites made to destroy Russia so that she might never rise again. Today, their imitators, all those maniacs traumatized by war psychosis, are doing their High Price for Model T PLUCKY PILOT (Continued from Page 1) stltute twin-engine Douglas DC-3's and four-engine Douglas DC-Vs on the grounded planes' schedules. "A civil aeronautics official emphasized today that "No government action was Involved" In trie suspension of service. "It was entirely voluntary action on the part of the »lrllnes. They withdraw the planes from service In keeping with the highest standards of safety," he said. Donald W. Douglas, builder of the DC-6, said In Santa Monica, Cal., that "flying of these planes should be discontinued" until the causes of the two fires are known and eliminated. "There can be no consideration greater than that of safety," he said, promising that "every resource and expert of the company will be placed H. Jj. Thnckcr, » Sun Augustine, Tcxns, fanner, doesn't drive anything but n Model T Ford. He's been looking lor ft new (or fairly new! onu for the past three yours. Plnnlly lie ran an lid In a Houston paper received an offer, and bought this 1927 Model T Ford for an nil-time lilyh of $995. (NBA Tclephoto). HUGHES (Continued from Page 1) converted to 2 1-2 percent bonds "nbout Hie lime ol my retirement." Tills conversion, lie said, gave him » "paper" profit of $90.000. Burlier Meyers snld he did consider it "extraordinary" Hughes to have offered him ft Job during wartime contract nCEOtia- McyerK said Hughes offered him a postwar job as general manager of the HughPs Aircraft Co. nt a utmost to keep pace with Hitler, time when contract negotiations were underway. Subcommittee Chairman Homer They are propagandizing the same crazy Ideas and brooding over the same" crazy schemes upon which Hitler stumbled as badly as he did." Warren Austin, permanent United SUtes delegate to the United Nations, also spoke at the dinner, as did delegates of all the five great powers and Oswaldo Aranha, of Braiil, president of the UN General Assembly. Austin derided ft statement last week by Soviet Ptorelgn Minister V. M Molotov that the "secret" of the atom bomb was a thing of the put. The association presented an award for the most outstanding contribution to International understanding during the year to Prof. Albert Hnstein for his "valiant efforts to make the world nations understand the need of outlawing atomic energy as a means of war." , Mississipian Held Prisoner By Yugoslavs TRIESTE. NOV. 13. (UP)—UJ3. Army headquarters demanded 'o- d»y that Yugoslav troops rel / -,e an American soldier they seized yesterday while he was fishing near Gorilla, The soldier vas T[4 Duel Farrell. 21, of Starkville, Miss., member of a headquarters company in Trieste. It was not clear whether the Yugoslavs seized him in Italy or whether Farrell accidentally stepped into Yugoslav territory He and TjSgt. Joseph Pilanc of Dubols, Pa., both of the headquarters company of the second battalion of the 351st Infantry Regiment, Mich., asked him if he did not think this was "unusual" under the circumstances. "I don't think it was extraordinary," Meyers answered. i The subcommittee planned to wind up the second round of the Hughes hearings after Meyers finished his side of the story on Ills' alleged financial dealings with the millionaire industrialist. But Ferguson had said without elaboration that there was "still another phase" to investigate later. Tells of Offer of Job Meyers testified that Hughes firct offered him u job in October, 1943, a month after the government had given the phuicmakcr a letter of Intent for 101 F-ll's. The contract, was not signed until the following August. Meyers said he turned down the Job offer. He told the subcommittee he was not "the Individual whoi was negotiating the contract" but added he "certainly was pushing it" at the time. Meyers snld that In June. 1944, Nell McCarthy, former Hughes attorney, told him the manufacturer wanted to Rive ],i m n house in Los Angeles to "tie him up" for ft postwar Job 'He also refused that, Meyers testified. Ferguson nskrd ir ne did not consider such an offer from a contractor to an Air Force procurement officer to be "corrupt." "I was sure he was trying lo curry favor." Meyers replied. "Whether his idea WHS corrupt, I don't know.. I didn't like it." Hughes and McCarthy have testified Meyers tried lo borrow up to $200,000 from Hughes. The gen- Former Holland, Mo. Man Dies in Fresno, Co/if. Andrew J. Non-id of Fresno, Calif., formerly of near Holland, Mo., died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Matlic Thompson, In Fresno, Monday afternoon, 4:30 o'clock. Mr. Non-id, 72, wa.s born in Trenton, Tcnn,, and moved to Holland in 1908. He had resided there until two years HBO when he moved to Fresno. Burial will lie in Holland. Arrangements are incomplete. Other thiin Mrs. Thompson, he i.s survived by three sons, Robert and Guy Norrid of Holland, and Andrew, Jr., of Fresno; two sisters, Ferguson, R..| M rs. Maggie Tole, Pangburn, and 8 Missco Masons Take Scottish Rite Degrees Eight Mississippi County Masons are in Little Rock today as members of a class of *303 candidates receiving Scottish degrees from the fourth through the thirty-second. Attending the Fall reunion of Scottish Rite bodies of Little RocX are James Sheridan Ashley, Donald Slyvcstcr Haley, Morris Miner. Patrick Henry Westbrook and Harry Earl Damon, all of Blythc- vlllc, Mt,x Wade Hart and Lester Ernest Wilson, both of Osceola, and Robert, Henry Wllmoth Jr. of Et- owali. Mrs. Joe Drummond, Horncrsvillc, Mo.; a brotlici', Graham Norrid of' Holland and eight grandchildren. Holt Funeral Home is in charge. Flees to Sweden STOCKHOLM, Nov. 12. (UP) — Stefan Korbonsky, secretary to Stanislaw Mlkolajczyk who fled with him from Poland, has arrived In Sweden, the foreign office announced today. Pacco River, In the Rupa area. southeast of Gorizla. .They separated, one fishing up the stream and the other down. The Pacco River runs beside the main Gorizia-Trieste highway, Just inside Italy. Pilape saw a band ot Yugoslavs with Farrell at 3 p.m. Inside Yugoslavia, but he did not see his capture. U. S. Army headquarters In Trieste filed a protest demanding Farrell's return through Lleul- Gen. Terence S. Airey, commander of the American- British administered part of the free state. The protest will be transmitted through diplomatic channels to Belgrade. ONLY 3 LEFT! The HOTPOINT DE LUXE . .. AMERICA'S FINEST ELECTRIC RANGE SEE IT! 11 Great Postwar Advancements Are Yours in This BrilliAnt New Range BLAN HEATH AUTO & HOME SUPPLY 4.19 West Miiin I'hone 828 For F-A-S-T Low-Cost PACKAGE DELIVERY YOB Most Check-Up CUSHMAN PACKAGE KAR DOWN Fewered with 4 h.p. engine; t Speeds Fenrard, 1 Reverse 3 Wheel Brakes Ideal f*r: 0 CONCESSIONERS ' 0 FARMERS 0 GROCERY STORES '. * HARDWARE STORES ~ ' (ft DRUG STORES SJJ It tod»y it the Blyth«7lllc Ma. JS?t. j"™P- Prtc«l »t S3S5.00' »Ul.n dcllren; baUnce In monthly P*7nwnt4. C»U for demonstration Turn mmulng Mooter gives 75 to NO uUn per (iDon or BM. BLYTHEVILLE MACHINE SHOP 211 So. Second. Photic 2828 I DROVE THESE GATES POSTWAR TIRES 50 TO 60 MILES AN HOUR 10 HOURS DAILY FOR 25 DAYS AND YOU D SAY THEY'RE AS 1 give tirei rough treatment.' The c»r I drive weighs over 4700 poundt. It should t»k« a large sire, 7:00-15 tire. To »ee just exactly what punl«H- ment The Gates Postwar Tire would »Und, my Company put on 6:00-16 slie. This smaller aize nattnl'.y me*M e*ch tire was heavily overloaded. T drcwe the tires over Ariioo* desert rc*d»—15 day* straight—10 hours at a stretch—averaging 50 to 60 mile* per hour. Just to look at the tires now, you'd say they're practically good •* n*w,"—A. J. Ryan, Veteran Test Flwt Driver. 12 Months Unconditional Road Hazard Guarantee Extra Deep Tread and tough rubber mean thousands of extra miles of safe, dependable, non-skid service for you. Now... 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