PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Berlin Dance Hal! Fire Fatal for 81 Clothing from Victims* Salvaged to Protect •Bodies of the Living BERLIN, Feb. 10 (UP)—German rorkers shuffled through Hie blackened ruins ot n Berlin dnnce hall today seeking additional victims of the flash fire that, killed it lenst 81 masquerading dancers Saturday night. Berlin Police President Paul Markgrnft officially set the death toll at "at least 81" last night when shivering laborers searching the embers of the Cafe Loebel called a halt until dawn. Eight of the dead were British .soldiers. The cafe was in the British Zone of Berlin. Markgraft said 27 complete bodies were removed first, and Hint the rest of the dead were tallied from portions of bodies removed from stacks around (he dance pal- nces's exits. Another police official s:\ld the bodies were so horribly dismembered that the exact death toll might never be known. 100 or More in Hospitals More than a hundred persons were reported by hospilnls to have been treated lor burns and other Injuries. British authorities in the Span- dau Boroug O f Berlin, where the flr c occurred, turned n large museum into an emergency morgue. An estimated 800 revelers at a masquerade were in the building when fire broke out :il n p.m. Saturday, apparently cl llc to an overheated stove. An official British Army spokesman, after inspecting the ruins, Jiaid, "I saw bodies lying nil over »ic place, it was n gruesome sight. Tficy didn't resemble human beings —they were twisted, distorted shape hulks." United Press staff correspondent Roebrt iracger reported from the scene: "I saw German workers fill six caskets with bodies or parts of bodies and take them nwav on a truck. Later, they wcr c in the process o f filling 12 more cefllns." Clothing is Salvaged Clothing salvage operations were a masterpiece of efficiency hi this city where the dead cannot be buried fully clothed as long as the living shiver for lack of garments. The laborers made neat piles of useable shoes, handkej;; 'chiefs, hats and other articles that* might be worn again. Cameras and purses also found their way to two long salvage tables set up within 10 feet of n doorway where scores died in a desperate stampede for freedom from the holocaust, j..., I *H : Olio survivor, Lisclotte Sleeker^ confirmed the British Army view that the stampedes caused more deatlis than the lire itself. "It was Impossible—I cnn't tell you how it was." she said. "Such foolishness—my God!" The siilphurbottom, or blue whale has lower jaw banes weighing iwo tons. The entire whale may weigh as much as 15o tons. IT'Press Agentry Hits a New Low^|"r~a,r n ? w '" rt " s **• & ' cv , the minis MONDAY, KKBKUAKY 10, 1947 '. Some folks say that press agents will descend to anything and ' here's one who appears to have fjone to (he bottom of the sea lo i promote Florida's umuinl Citrus Week. However, he's just at tho i bottom of the huge tank at Winter Haven's Marine Studio, sprcad- &'.>..»...'!,_.vi ...i i»K 'he news to porpoise and oilier iish. Bolivian Indians Go on Warpath Aiding Politicians LA PAZ, Bolivia, Feb. 10. (UP> — Armed Indians carryint! sticks of dynamite terrorised Hie coimliy- sitle around Cocbabamlin today in an upiisint; which tlic ministry of tlie ir.terior said WJLS Incited by supporters of n totalitarian |>arty oiillr.wei! last July. I Casually reports were incomplete but it was known that at least two officers wcrc killed at Yayani •Ranch. They were M;ij. Carlos Xa- balaga, blown up by dynamite, and Col. Jose Mercado, clubbed lo death. An undetermined number of farmers were reported to have been killed or wounded and four were 'being held as hostages, the inmi.s- tiy said. The Indians were said to be led by miners who provided them with dynamite. Tile Indians—illiterate farmwork- ers clad in colorful llama wool poncho.s—v.'i'rc spurred on bv members of the National Revolutionary TRY MANHATTAN FINER COFFEE AMERICAN LADY CANNED FOODS Found at PICKARD'S Phone 2043 1044 Chickasawba set At Last For Your Cough Creotnulsion relieves promptly because K goes right to the sent of the trouble to help loosen and expel firm laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender in- named bronchial mucous membranes. Tall your druggist to sell you n bottle of Creonnilsiou with the un- derstnnding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to nave your money back CREOMULS1ON for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis n P /*!• • Rddso Clinic 430 W. 'Ash SI. Phone 8f>5 or 2291 WE [PICK UP and DELIVER W. J. Pollard INSURANCE Gfencoe Hotel Bldg. Phon* 3545 IS SHE * AILING? Bring her in for a check-up now. <~j \rc'il fix her up with genuine III Mrvice parts that will make her run like new. ; Seriously, if your iractor needs some overhaul work to keep it going through the rest of the year, bring it in when you can spare it for » while and let us do the job the way you want it done. Don't risk a brcakdoivn Liter... we can work on your tractor in short order now. McCORMlCK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE Your FARMALL tractor gets expert attention, better servicing at your International Harvester Dealer's. Read the Delta News on the Farm Page Fridays and listen to International Harvester's "Harvest of Stars" 1:30 p.m. Sunday over WMC, Memphis. , DELTA IMPLEMENTS / INCORPORATED Gateway. Service Sta. Builders of Guaranteed Generators and Starters Phone 983 J. O. Lentz Dub Siscmoro inistry declared. Marriage License* Marriage licenses Issued recently in the local office of the County Comt Clerk were to the following couples: Willard Daniron and Miss Helen Grace Smith, both of Dyess- Thomas Jolly and Mrs. Doin U-e liulk-y, both of lilythevlllc; John !•' lieaulen of I.eachville and Miss Nor- nm Joy Wallace of Manila; H Miir- lar of lilythevillc and Miss Mario Tilly of I.eaclwille; Charles" ice Gordon and Mrs. Marjorle Esslcn- ger. both o[ nine Mound, ill. Millard Carwyle and Miss Gonovi While, both of lilylhevillc; Edward Frank Holctcn and Mrs. Pauline Jolly Mcdlin, both of Blylhevlllo;'jnr- vcy W. Stcphenson of Alicia, and Miss Annie Sue Lawrence of Leach- villc;; Ralph Klnscr and Mrs. Eauni Fields, both of Caruthersvillc; Jill- he .Singleton and Miss Lolta Mnric Pinkslon. both of Stcelc, Mo.; Homer Wesley Alton and Miss Pa'trlcii Ann Curler, both of Blythevllle James K. Slalllnys and Miss Naiicy Marie Ray, Ixjth of Manila; OmiT Lee OestrliiK and Miss O|)al Brown both of Holland, Mo.; James M' Morgan and Miss Thclinii Je.-ni Wright, both of Blythevillc; Mil- CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We I?uy and Sell GOOD USED CARS Bill Chamblln — Lex CbambUn Railroad & Ash Sts. Phone 2195 FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. 61 at State Line Phone Blytheville 714 Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Size T. L. MABRY 423 MISSOURI ST. PH. 3S>7 Be Sure! INSURE With Tfi* FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. B1TTNER Sudden Pain Or Stiffness What Is It? ... It TTiay Indicate a Rheumatic Condition—Mountain Valley Mineral Water from America's Spa—has helped iH Hot Springs. Ark., and at HOME. We rirlivor direct to you. Order your supply today. Free booklet on request. Call or Write for Booklet CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blyllicvillc, Ark. I Es Ho Waiting! No Delay! 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