The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 14, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 14, 1947
Page 10
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PAGE TEN (ASK.) COUKIBE HBWB Headquarters Of Reds Raided Letter Links Army Officer With Plor of Communists in Korea SEOUL, Korea', Feb. H—(UP) — A ^police Vaid on Communist licaii- quarters last night uiicovercci a letter 'purportedly written by n Red Army official ordering a Communist leader to foment student disorders, in the Aine)-icnn-occuj)lcd zone of Korea. Tlie letter was found at headquarters or the South Korea Labor Party, the official Communist organization in the American zone. •It^allegedly «.vas written my Maj. Nieholl Gusunof, education officer with the Soviet Red Army at Pyoni; Yang, capital 0 [ the Russian zone. It/was addressed to Ho Hun, labor party chairman. The letter instructed Ho that in order to "strengthen the situation" of the Red Army in Korea, a "revolutionary movement" should be timed to coincide with the Bis Four foregln ministers conference sche'duled for Moscow March 10. Tlie letter "ordered"! Ho to "agl- 'latc nil students in South Keren to fight against their schools and the U. s. Army military government." Students in South Korea have been striking for the last two months-, nominally against "military government "interference." One of the purposes or the strike would tie to protest a DO-man legislative assembly sponsored by the American military government. Forty-five of the men serving on the assembly were appointed by Li. Gen. John R. Hodge. American riiHUsu-y commander, and 45 were elected in balloting Hint was a c- companleri by widespread disorders. The leter also attacked Dr. Syiigman Rlitn and Kim Koo, conservative Korean political lenders, as "Fascists" am! "" It asserted that they conspired last year to break up joint Soviet- American talks aimed at setting up a provisional government for Kd- rea until it became fully Indt-pcnd- 'ent. Freeze in Florida Hits Fruit Growers Hard Blow t WASHINGTON, Feb. M. (UP) — Damage to citrus and truck crop In'Florida i>y the recent cold wea ther is estimated at 550,003,000. tin Agriculture •Department rcporte< today. Tlie first steam saw mill built at Helena in 1820. TRY MANHATTAN FINER Vacuum Packed COFFEE Can Ib 50c AMERICAN LADY CANNED FOODS Found at PICKARD'S Phone 2043 1044 Chlckasawbm Italy Signs Peace Treaty I'MUIMY, I-'KUKUARY 14, 1<J47 Italian ambassador Meli Lupl l>i Sorn^nn, at desk, .sUjns peace treaty in Paris which formally end;; hostilities between Italy and til'.' 'M nations that fought against her In World War 11, (NEA HttcHo-Tcle- photo.) Top-Flight Russian "Spy" Enters and Leaves U. S. Despite Strong Protests WASHINGTON, Feb. 14.-_(rji') —A communist with a "very bad record" was allowed Into th« United Slates In 1945 over strong protests from the FBI and four other federal agencies, H was revealed today. The German-born Red, idcntlfle.i as Alfred Kantovow'.cz. was granted MI try April 17, 1045 when a two-man executive uonrd of vira appeals overrule^ ihe objections ol five federal agencies. ICanlorowlcrt was pcrmltlid to leuve the United States last D.-cem- Ijcr for Russia but ultimately wound up In llremcn, Germans 1 , under unexplained circumstances. In a copywrlghlecl story published yesterday, the Washington Time.";-Hern Id identified Knntoro- Mlra as n top-flight Russian spy, mid said the stntc Department let him "slip the noose" and leave the United States. Wealthy Woman Killed COLUMI3US, Hid,, Feb. H. (UI>> —The attractive estranged wife o! i wealthy electrical engineer was found shot lo death yesterday, and Stolen German Jewels Smuggled as 'Chocolates' WASHINGTON, Feb. 11. <U.P.) —The coiu-t martini trying col. Jack W. Duraut for the theft ot ft fortune In German royal jewels was told today that some of (ho gems were smuggled out of Ger- New Suspect Sought In Los Angeles Murder LOS ANGELES. Feb, M. (Ul'l — A ilnrk-lrim-muslnchcd "Jjiilln" was sought by i>oll"L' today for an accounting of his "lute dale" with Jennie French whose stripped and beaten body was loimd shortly after sl.e dined with an unknown male companion. The new suspect was brought into the case by the waitress ol mi nll-nip,lH cafe' who said she served the couple shortly after midnight Monday. This was about elghi hours before the 'body of the former "flying nurse" was discovered as it lay Iramplcd into the •weeds of n vacant lot. grow to lengths of 21 inches. Cones of the S ugnr pine may FIGHT MISERY where you feel it-rub ( throat., chest and Radio Clinic '430 W. 'Ash St. Phone 855 or 2291 1 WE •'PICK UP and DELIVER W. J. Pollard INSURANCE Glencoe Hotel Bldg. Phone 3545 FOR PS-H-I \Ve stock and install precision-engineered International Truck pans-juse like the originals in International Trucks. They fit and stand ///;. That's why they're your best bet-just as any service done in our shop is your best bet, because our skilled mechanics use International-Approved equipment for testing and service, and follow International- Approved methods and practices. So bring your trucks to us for parts and service that produce truck operating profits. •• | DELTA IMPLEMENTS INCORPORATED Gateway Service Sta. Builders of Guaranteed Generators and Starters Phone 983 J. O. Lentz Dub Siscmore Phone 2882 for a Taxi O. K. CAB Jack fllarsU, Owner FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizei 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. 61 nt Stale Line Phone Blytheville 714 CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We Huy and Sel! GOOD USED CARS Bill ChambUn — L» Chamblln Roilroad & Ash Sti. Phone 2195 Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Size T. L. MABRY 423 MISSOURI ST. PH. SKI Be Sure! INSURE With Th* FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. BITTNEH Sudden Pain Or Stiffness What Is It? ... It may Indicate n Rheumatic Condition—Mountain Valley Mineral Water from America's Spa—has licljwt til Hut Springs, Ark., and at HOME. We deliver direct to you. Order your supply today. Free booklet on request. Call or Write for Booklet CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blj-thcville, Ark. The trial Judge advocate .•jntw- « deposition f rom M,. S- M , u ._ :t Elizabeth irnrvey of Belfast, climrt, she sajd that she liao celvcd a box ol candy in wli'.ch Iiaiitlfuj of loose diamonds nrm i couple of rings" were con- aled. Mrs. Harvey said in tlio deposi- on that the candy was .sent to or by Mnj. David S. Waisoii. ollce sought her husband. The victim, Mrs. Ruth Clark Edun, 33, was found dead In tl.o omc of her futlier, Nate Clark, . who told police lie had been omidcd by a from H shot- 11 fired by life daughter's lius- Walson and Dui'ant's wife, V/AO Capt. Kathleen Nash Durant, were convicted iind sentenced at Frankfurt, Germany, for their pan in the theft of 51,503,000 In ji'.vels. Electronics Wonderful liOSTON CUP)—A new electronic cooker developed by the Raytheon Mfg. Co. cooks a live lobster Ii) two minutes, while chicken In six minutes, and thick steaks in seconds. "FOR everything In 'INSURANCE ^AGENCY r •••' Ovw Clurd Jewelry Slij/e A. F. DIETRICH, Algr. Finest Selection of QUALITY SOFA BEDS Awaits Your Choice ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE 113 East Main Phone 2302 Flowers - - For Every Occasion Telephone 491 and your order will he on it's way in record lime. Our Floral Arrangements tell a complete story ™? FLOWER SHOP F.T.B. Service We Deliver Anywhere Pu. 491 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoc Didj. CALL 2611... STOP AT 2611 Don't Hesitate to Ask for Free Service Listen—We can wash your car in 30 minutes. We use Genuine Alemite Grease to lubricate your car. Yes, we have the tires—Dayton — Hood — Goodyear, \Vc also have New Ualterics. Standard ESSO Gas & Oils, Also Quaker State MARR'S Phone 2611 'AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sts. I CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS 12 Xncncs up io 4ft Inches We arc Dealers for EELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 320 E. Main St. Phone 2407 THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK, Yes, We Have New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! WIU, TRADE FOR LATE MODELS We liavc on display for immctli.ile delivery—Brand new 1—Ponlisic 8 Convertible Coupe 2—I'onliiic 8 SecUinctles 1—1941} iMymouth 2 Door 1—19JG Plymouth 5 1'asscngcj- Coupe Come in or call, we will try to trade with you. Use Our Easy Payment Plan. Phone 2037 Cor. Franklin and Main St. Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wm. R, Overton -- county surveyor^ Serving This Area 40 Years Phone Evenings — Boat House, Big Lake r B — Si or Write % Bos 84, Roscland, 'Ark. WASH TUBBS BEAUTY AMP /^PAPERS ABE StAD TO RWi BATHIHS "X THE BEASTS...) BtAUTf VMINHERS...NW TWS ONE I WHAT * VIM \. HAS A NUWftN INTEREST AMSIE! S TO GET PICTURES^ -^ OF THOSE GUVS / f 0 ''" Hero's (he Boss! ^__ BY LESLIE TURNEi (M ^ FtW] ( AHD MM GUESS IS TH« PtEMTf 0' ")^. / \vi«v^| ! """" •"•""• READERS WILL REC06N11E 6WINBL5R&/ HEV"Y STIkKV 1 WtiOOHCEnEECEO'EfA.ftUC'C-Or/WHM'S VAN ROOK \ SWIFT'S loose Cottonseed Hulls 100 Lb. Sacks Cottonseed Hulls 41% Cottonseed Meal 43% Soybean Meal \Ve We/come Your Business ,»• One Sock or Truck Load ^ Company Oil Mill So Highway 61 Blyfhevillc, Ark. .WSIERIOU&IMSTI- P1XW1LL BE rUTION- RUMOR5P / IV THE HfXNDS TO BE A HOME / OF THE }1WIOH'£ FOR. S\ PRESS - V«VW!, -i G 'SSsg M \js¥«K ^ ^-.A K6BB *An ! U BY V. T. HAMT.IN . THE CAPTAIN DOES NOT SPEAK FOR HIMSELF? HANDLED SUCH

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