The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 1, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 1, 1947
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, -JANUARY 1, -1947 Treason Trial To! ..„ m No Dream Gir| Get Underway m/VTHRVIUJC (AUK.) COUIUKR NEWS Best And Chandler Hearing May Be Held Lasr of This Week ROSTON, Jan. ). IUP>—Two WOH"I° :I \V S ' '" t " cle(i f0 '' treason In th- » "' B ° on lt ' al cany "iis year m the 24-story Groyston'e Federal, building overlooking !! :e „ , eile 0( tl11 -' Boston Massacre Miore America spent. Its first blood against tyranny. ; IfcvK'rl H. Host and Douglas :• „"}','•. Uvo foi'mcr newspaper coiiespondents who broadcast from JMio Berlin, were rc-i!iflicted by a federal grand Jury here yesterday.' i iwe was a possibility thcv would make their pleas later this week, mil several legal technicalities must be straightened out before "«v go on trial for their lives. Conviction automatically would mean death by handing. , The trial will be in the federal courtroom in Die Greystonc Building a stone's throw Iron, Mw old state house and Faneiiil Hall, the . Oqdle of .Liberty , Quiet-spoken, alert. 04-year-old leufTHl Judge Francis J. W. Ford < a Haward classmate of the late PieMdent Roosevelt, and a Democrat with a long legal career, was "lied to preside at the trial. He issued warrants against Unit and WaTm e »to,, WlW he "^ '° anrtT* 1 /" 1 54 ' a " ativc of Chicago, ana .Best, a native of Sumter, S. c., rpTmniHf?" 1 '."' lwo indictments' 1 returned by a. Jury which -heard 12 .witnesses, Including two imtdenli- • fied German women. Each indict-! mint was composed of seven tvpc- Rerl f," ^ e3 antl cha 'Scd that, in Berlin, Vienna and other Places between Dec. n. 19 « and M,M? I i^s. Chandler and Best "treason- ' United i States." They also were' £,«/*•*?, " ffivi »e aj d and com- 1 ioit to the enemy" within the United States and elsewhere through their radio broadcasts, and "ml they tried to persuade Americans into refusing to support then- nation. Eight of Hollywood's amateur pointers, including sucn old masters as Edward G. Robinson, Edpar Bergen ami Hongy Carmichnel ha\-o bestowed the title of "Insomnia Girl" on screen starlet Mm-ipn Carr, above, because her beauty "is.enough to keep a man nwake nt niqht." Stassen Draws Choice GOP SpeakingAssignment WASHINGTON, Jan. i.— rijp, —Harold B. Stassen of Minnesota, the only avowed 1848 Republican candidate for president, turned up today with the prize GOP Lincoln Day assignment right in Gov. Thomas E. Dewej-i- back yaixi. Stassen has drawn the. spotlight crhore of deliycring the principal Lincoln Day address In New York City on Feb. 12. He will spenk nt the Waldorf under allspices of the Njiiional Republican Club of New York. Sen. Robert A. Taft. n.. o.. nnd Ue*ey also were Invited to speak. Taft declined the invitation. So far Dewey has not responded. War Veterans Selected By Sheriff as Deputies FAYETTEVILLE. Ark.. Jan. ]..— IUP(—Two World War II veterans today had been named to Ihe staff of Washington County SlierlfC- currying out :1 plan that Cricler an- nuunced before his election. Fred •Bohnnnon, a 35-year-old ex-serviceman from SprinBdale, was named chief deputy. He served 38 months in the Army. Named to the post of office deputy was Boyce Own. 24. of Greenland, who was in the infantry in |), c Pacific for 25 months. Both of the new enforcement officers are natives of Washington County. So/es 7ox Levy' Proposed for Tennesseeans NA3HV1LU?, Tenn.. Jim. I. u;pi — CSov. Jim M:Cord's plan to raise 520.0CO.COO IhroiiBli n "general two-1 pi'r-ccnl sales lux will he opposed! by organized labor and by some' municipal inleresi.s, several sources' predicted loilay. I Sieve Parn. Icsi.slnllve rcpreseii- t.illve of the liroiherhoort of Kail- j roart Tralnmrn, srl ]rt ]. IUD1 . groups would urge stnie-owned liquor .slore.s ns « stilrviiuite for (he leve- iiue from n sales tax. A bill already luis bocu drawn urovldlni> Income of more than $14.030.008 after 1 the first two years from n state liquor monopoly, para said. Chief opposition from cities Is expected to develop in areiis near state lines where sonic fear (rude would b? drained julo border stnles with no sales lew. J. V McLaligh- lln, president of the Chattanooga Chiiinucr ol Comnicrce. said there would be "a lot of opposition" there. However, several mayors ulrcndy have come out in favor of the governor's plan under which munl- cipulllies would net 121-2 percent of the gain, other mayors had not deckled how they would stnnrt. 'Memphis Lender E. n. Crump slih )toped a salt's lax could up avoided, but indicated lip wolih back it if not other way could IK found to set money for needed improvements. Including more money for schools. I'rcssure-G'ook Keuns CHAMPAIGN'. III. (UP, _ with the conning season just around the Elfct Bruce Crldel- of Greenland, corner, housewives are warned by Communists Endanger Europe, Probers Report WASHINGTON. Jnn. |. im> A special House Committee told Congress yesterday thai Caintmmisn. threatens to engulf Western Euroiie unless the United Slates takes II lead in rebuilding Germany's shattered economy. In a 38-pace report on postwni economic .policy, the committee also sharply criticized Soviet omipa- tion policies. It said tho Russians had broken wnMime promises—particularly the Potsdam Agreement, • Interfered wilh the internal affniv of smaller countries and consistetil- ly (tied to dominate Europe. Miss Grace Armstrong, foods spc- clalist of the University of Illinois. l thai the only sale way to can green beans In home kitchens Is by means of a pressure cooker. She sny s that the boiling writer bath method cannot produce a i high ^enough temperature to make I Ihe tfegelnbles safe from .spnllnfje ,or food polsonini! bacteria. This .s true of nil non-acid vegetables, sh 1 : -t'*:!, v >; >" Again it's possible for us to say WE SERVICE YOUR AS YOU WANT IT to merit your and goodwill! For several year's, we have realized that all automotive service (including our own) has not been of the caliber which you as a customer or we os a dealer have desired, due primarily to shortages of'manpower and materials— o situation over which we have had no control. Today, however, with more experienced mechanics in our organization and with service parts becoming more readily available than they hove been for years, we want you to know that our car service is rapidly getting back to normal, and as conditions continue to improve, you may expect to receive from ut'the same fine service that you have been accustomed to receiving in previous years. We of the Chevrolet service organization want you to know that we value your service business to the fullest degree and that we ore determined to give you such sound and satisfying service that you will want to be our customer for a long time to come 1 I Come in loday and 61 regular intervals. . . . Skilled mechanics—ntodern tools ond equipment— qualify parls and maferiofs ... a// adding up lo service fhal you'll cof/ superior ' in oH ways! \ To merit your lasting friendship—fa imrit your lasting goodwill—we operate our service business in accordance with the following principles: ;..'•"' OUR SERVICE PLEDGE • We will occurafe/y diagnose—to the best of our ability—the repairs needed on your car. If you request it, wo will give you in advance our analysis of the work to be done. • We will write up your order dearly; completely and fecit//, and secure your authorization Jo do the work before starting. • We will notify you in advance of any additional work we think should be done, and secure your approval before proceeding. • We will perform all the work on your car ai efficiently and at economically as possible. We will replace only those parts which in our judgment need replacing. • We will road-test your car after Ihe work is done and before w« return the car to you, if the nature of th« work requirei it. • We will endeavor to have your car randy on time. If the work takes longer than we estimale, we will advise you as fgr in advance as possible. • We will provide you with an itemized bill showing exactly what work was done and exacl/y svfiat if cosr. We will gladly explain any item or items that are not clear to you. LOY EICH 301 W. Walnut Retail Prices Show Rising Peak PAGE Jon. July Jon. July Jan. 1944 1945 1946 Private Ad mitt Hoax In Report of Foiling Great Payroll Robbery t HAMILTON KIKLD, Cal., inn 1 iUl')— Pvu .jimmy Hill., n, y«(,ter- dny's licro o,' the hour, wi>s the Aviny's iimnber one snd sack to- <):ij, his .story of the "great uauoll roboriy 1 nn mlrnlued hpax. Hill noes on the carpet btfore Jiis comntandlne officer today not for the commcmuiion he wos'sch- (•(iiilcd to i t .c e i vc ns „ hcro but t strnlnlitpii out ll,<; story. u e hoped „ s "!' c ' l|or °"l'-'crs Imd <x sense of Hill envisioned mountains of un- v'led snuds mid cndlcjs weeks of K. r, Tho fucu's of certain MP's who returned the fire of Imaginary nunmeii were red. The only bright '* » wert " e " rl< « " 1I( ''° oe,l>jK>. Jic's' iiiln*'," suld ^-year-old i Hosemary Wnlson of Cincinnati. O.. who hopes the Ar- 1000 HOUR r i ' T my wilj forgive Hill »' UMV am b! rnatrlKl on New ;»«•*•» <I*jr without iny u»:t p6rtponem«ntK* Courier ".je Beware Omrfis That Hang On It'll Pay You to always follow the crowds to The Home of Famous Brands PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., Inc. 12C, Wesl Main Kt.l'lmne f,ir> RADIO BATTERIES WHILE THEY LAST $5.95 l > iu'' l i.' f V* ','"''""-'' *« tl ''•""• «t ,s( a nil I'll) ( b> lot lot), »r trupw lottery r.pi^ce- m«,t>i lake this opportunity lo pi-vVl'de' !.""«' >m " y * " it ' rtilnm< " rt *« « "»»ir»ln DON'T WAIT! COME RIGHT UP TO— DIXIELAND SERVICE ELLIS POOLE, Owner & Mgr. lnvjiy fil North at Holland, Mo. JANUARY 1947 PLEDGE: TO CONTINUE OUR POLICY OF GIVING THE BEST IN SERVICE AND SATISFACTION Another new yrar rolls iu'otiml iind ngiiin we Kike, liic n|>por- hmily In lliiinU our many IViemU ; U )<| customers for tlieir !oy:i| lYienrlship \vo huve enjoyed through the year.-;. lli«'.--o many ple.-.wuil a rc our most (re.isurett nossossiotis, and wo look forward to tlieir renewal llmwgliout H)-I7 and the years to colnc. As always, our polir.y will lie to jjivc the host in service J.tid *atis fad ion at all timos. WADE FURNITURE CO. A COMPLETE LINE OF HOME FURNISHINGS

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