The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1946 · Page 17
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 5, 1946
Page 17
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ZLEV1SI i r Reds May Adopt Chiang Strategy Communists Plan Underground War On Chinese Front SHANGHAI. Dec. 5. (UP)—Chinese Communists will light Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek wltli his own strategy—trading \am\ 1°} lives in an underground 'war-If civil war breaks out in Clilnn. Cormmisl leaders believe an all' out, Civil war Is belli lininliient nm InevHablo. Tlvey expect, the. "Com nninist (-xiei'iiiiiinlion" campaign I' begin at any moment. Every Nn Uonnlisl iroo'p movement is watch ed. The communists plan l ° i» rl • 10 their own aclvantaiv the tactic Chiang used so successfully ngains Japan. The Communist militarv com ' mandcrs know they can't stand n against American trained un equipped Nationalist armies in fron tal warfare. They plan to fight ft underground \var- retreating whe necessary, striking when possible. Communist forces have been dis patched to protect Harbin in Mai: chnvia. Other units are staudin by to strike at the National!: armies moving toward the Con muiiisl capital of Venan. Commercial airline pilots have reported seeing Communist troops deploying in a sweeping semi-circle from Northeast Manchuria to the Korean border. Nationalist troops have surrounded Yenan and a r e massed near Hatftin. The spark which may touch off a long winter ".• of fighting could come from cither side at any time. Nationalists charge that Ruv Sinn-trained saboteurs have been stationed throughout China, particularly along the railways. The 'Russian-trained" phrase probably . ; may be dismissed as propaganda, but there is little doubt that saboteurs have, been assigned io stra- r tegic rail and communication centers. : The war may come within thi 1 next few weeks—or the next feu . montiis. When it docs come, footl • ; - sides will be prepared—but will - diftereut equipment and diffcreiv strategy. There will be no trenche: or set battle lines, but there vil • bfi explosions in the night an< possibly years of fighting in re mote sections. ..- Koute of Adml. Byrd's 1947 Antarctic Expedition >, Miller County Officers Seek Wielder of Ax \\HKANA, lice. 5 (UP) — i County authorities today iiut'il Ilieir srarch for the pl<'k- MI!»III who brulnlly bent Mrs. Mai- ulasin^anu* into uiu'on- ss lust Friday lu-ur l-'nlttin. 18-yi-itr-oUl Piiu' ulutf wo- She was found near n bridge after foplnu sit 1 tick on thu head nl li' five limes, Dortms said her skull was Irnciuied In two Diners. Blossom Time lit Aii*rldKc AM'fiRIDClK.l'a. (UP)—Mr. nnd Mrs. UCl.niuk'fi apple tree bloomed three UtrteS this' year., taking liunum from• tlio |»Hr tree In an- other part of Ambi}df« blossomed - twice. ' • C'altfohila contain* M per cent ' the vineyards in Hit Dnlted ' nni night. atieiuuxnts siiid she n] a coma brlily on two but had not recovered ness siifliuleiilly to be Hunters Urged to Send landed Duck Tags Back Read Courier News Want *.ds. • Mai) above shows the approximate routes to be taken by the three main groups of the Navy's 1947 Antarctic Expedition, scheduled to leave the U. S. early in December. The Atlantic Fleet Tusk Force, augmented by uniis of the Pacific; Fleet, will enter the Antarctic as soon-us ice conditions permit lo crn'ry out an cxtcmive training and development program. ' - -•**<».•.—>•' • j easily than old ducks arm that the I birds as a whole have a high mortality rate. Hunting, however, accounts lor only 15 per cent of the CHICAGO U. p.—Conservation 1 annual 50 per cent loss. organizations again are urging; cluck inujlers to send In all bands QP>4 Cei/i/iqs Benefit .hut corflt into their possession on. _ . . ~ . the marshlands. ] Crippled Children Valuable lessons In waterfowl be-1 haviov arc learned from the small! OUISKA N. D. (UP)—An rmc- mctal strips which are returned. 1 tloncer at a public sale on the and the hunter who wants lo sec; Frank Slmpi-l farm near Oriska the sport, perpetuated can do him-j solved the problem of selling Im'd- scli no better turn than to send' lo-sel farm machinery items <m in the tags promptly, conse-'vation j which there is :< celling price. . experts said. | Pi-o^prctivp bidders tnsscd (Iir-iv Besides revealing where lUicks names and from 25 to SO cents irui go. the bands indicate the time re-1 « hut. Three names were ivith- quired. the vulnerability oi tliei drawn and tile two tractors -met a various species and mncli other in-! manure spreader were sold .it information cast-mini to good water-! tablishcd OPA prices. fowl management. i The money contribution — .';om^ For instance, banding has proved! S32—was sent to the Crippled Clul- that young du:ks are shot move ilren's Home sil Jni»rato\vn. Mochine to Pick Potatoes Found WASHINGTON (UP)-The Agriculture Department says potato combines are just around the corner — thanks to a machine lliol can tell tlu- difference between a sptul nnd a rock. The department said the Maine slate extension service reports that a new machino used in Pcnobsco County this fall picked a"id bayge( potatoes at little more lhan hnll the cost of hand picking. The machine overcomes the chlei difficulty of previous devices, which were unable lo differentiate between potatoes and rocks. It passes the potatoes over a table buffeted by a strong blast of air. The blast i tolls the potatoes off into barrels. I The heavier rocks are dumped back Dr P. F. McCutchen DKNTIST Strrlc. Mn. is intiviitjif his office from liver Oily Drug Store (ti liis homo on llij|liw:\y (il, I wo blocks son Ih ul slop Al'I'OINTMICNTK TAXICN NOW Just Received/ 5 DOZEN TRICYCLES Adjustable Sizes Welded On Rubber Tires All Metal Frames — ALSO— x 2 Dozen Heavy Duty, Stake Body WAGONS all Steel Undercarriage — 8 in. Wheels • O. O. HARDAWAY W. H. PEASE The Best Today — Still Better Tomorrow PRICE DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN ISAACS'TIMELY PRE-CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE THEY ALL WANT Drapery Material AH Woolen Material All Luggage Men's Rain Coats And Southern Auto Has Them in Quantity! New Shipment Metal Wagons. Good Quality Footballs Chemistry Sets Doll Houses AM Metal Trucks and Trailers $16.95 $3.50 $8.95 to $12.95 $2.39 49c SPECIAL SALE a s Wallets $1 Ladies Slips & Panties Ladies Rain Coats Ladies Dresses Ladies Suits and Coats All Sales Final; — '• No Refunds; — No Alterations; — No Exchanges All Ladies Hats Greatly Reduced! Joe Isaacs Inc. Serving Blytheville more than 40 Years Phone 3331 223 West Main St. Beginners Roller Skates . , $2.93 Rubber Tractors and Tires 19c to 29c Loony-Loco Trains $3.25 Sky Ranger Toy $2.29 Electric Motor Assembly Kits $5.95 ABC Blocks 98c Checkerboard and Checkers $1.10 Kiddy Cars $4.50 Aluminum Dish Sets for Kiddies $2.25 Microscope Sets $5.95 Juvenile Chair & Table Sets $12.95 Model Sand Digger $9.95 Junior Construction Set $1.93 Prairie Rambler Cowboy Suit $1.98 Tricycles, all metal $7.95 Wagons (all metal except bed) $16.95 All Metal Scooters $3.25 Wood Burning Sets $1-98 Tractor and Wagon Set .$6.95* All Metal Milk Cart $3.29 Sewing Machines' ..:..., $2.95. Model Dump Trucks, sturdy built $12,95 Dresser Sets, 3 piece 39c to $1.39 ' Doll Hi Choirs $3.95 to $5.95 Dump Carts, 3 wheel $2.29 Teddy Bears & Stuffed Animals . $2.85 Doctor Kits $1.3.9 $1.69 Jet Craft Speed Boats . .98c Bugles, metal 69c Toy Drums $1.10 to $1.59 Sleds $4.75 to $7.95 Chinese Checkers 98c Blackboards $3.25 to $3.95 Scores of other toys to select from. -SOUTHERN SPECIALS! Leather Jackets (for men) $23.50 53-Piece China Set $28.75 Auto Seat Covers Complete $9.95 to 3! .95 Sealbeam Lights, ail makes and models $6.95 to $10.95 Leatherette & Top Material (for autos) all colors Electric Heaters '. $12.95 to $15.95 Electric Irons, Guaranteed I year ) $9.95 All Lay-Away Merchandise Must Be Redeemed By December 15th Southern Auto Stores Tune' In KLCN each evening at 7; IS, Monday through Saturday

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