The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 5, 1947 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS High Army Post Vacated by Stslin • Russian Leader May Relinquish Other Key Positions By HARRISON' SALISBURY (talitd Press foreign News Edl(or) aSenerallsflmo 'Stalin has 'relln- quifched his'- direct control of Russia's- armed forces In what appeared today to be his first step toward divesting himself of a host of war- born lespoiislbllities. Stalin resigned as minister of armed forces In chnrge of Soviet defense and,Hie post was assumed by 'his deputy, Army General Nikolai Bulgnnln; a fast rising star on the Soviet scene. Stalin's resignation wns not '.nken as nn indication of any )cssenb5[r of Ills influence in Russia but rather 'as confirmation of the prediction made repeatedly by Russian observers tlutt once the war was over ,the immediate post-war era had passed Stalin would divest himself of ,a multitude of the formal offices which lie,.assumed at the start of the Riisso-Ccrmnu war in June 1841. Pi lor to Adolf Hitler's attack on •Russia Stalin had held none of the top-ranking posts in the Soviet government, contenting himself with the all-powerful role of secretruy- geiieral of the Communist Party .and his strategic membership In the key ruling organizations of the vul- inK party. With the attack on Russia, however, he assumed the premiership from V. M. -Molotov and took over the defense comissariat as it was called at that time. It was believed possible thf.t Stniin «iviit the military role at ihls time in order to demonstrate dramatically on the eve of the Moscow con- feiencc his belief that Russia will be moie concerned in the era ahead with peaceful rather than military tasks • Many Changes Made 'His resignation from the armed forces post is one of a whole wles of stilfls in Soviet top ranking personnel which has been announced iconcuirent .with the present meeting of the Supreme Soviet, the Rus:Sian" parliament. -Half a dozen ministers have b»er removed from oflice and many dep- W\> ministers have been changed Andrei A. Zhdanov, one of the 'top Soviet figures, quit his job iis chairman of t; le soviet of the Union ihr- .upper house of the Soviet.parlia- ment, m order, to have more time to concentrate on his many other duties. w The snme reason was cited by Bta.in in relinquishing his pon- ton as minister of armed forces Stalin is 61 years old and in good . health. It has been anticipated that he ultimately will quit the post of premier, possibly turning it back lo Molotov who wns his predecessor in ithat office tor many years. Greeks Make Appeal for U.S. Dollars WASHINGTON, Mar. 5—<up>- Oreece has made an "urgent ap- Pfcel' lo the United Stales for financial help to holster her totttv- MIL- rconomc position. n Mate I-e- .partment spokesman /jn-losed to- dry. The Greek appeal was delivered yesterday to Undersecretary of .blate Dean Acheson by pauf Economou-Gouras, counsellor or the jGjeek embassy. The text of the Greek note v.-«s not made public. But a State Dc- —Spoils Sleep Tonight, •you'll like the way' V»-tro-nol works right . where trouble is to open up nose-re! leva stuffy transient congestion. (Also grand for relieving sninly, sneezy, stuffy distress of head colds.) Pollov/ directions In Jolcicr Crcfs Miks BrtJtlM£ Easisr— Invites Ristfcl Slnp Radio Clinic 430 W. Ash St. Phone 855 or 2294 WE Life-Saver," 1947 This new Hying suit has buill-In hladders which mnke It impossible foe the wearer to lie on his face in walir. Suit lloals at an nngic ot, 10 degrees from the vortical and will ho invaluable lor injured or unconscious flyers, say officials at Wright Field, Dayton, O., wheic suit was designed. >nrtmeiit spokesman snld it con- Ininecl "an urgent appeal for fl- unnclnl help." He added Ihnt the Greek nppcnl nade no rclerence to nn earlier lotc from Great Briiniii asking the TJiiitcrt Stales to take over British commitments hi Greece. Authoritative sources disclosed at the same time that any llnnn- rJnl as&tnncc to Greece would be n matter of direct negotiation between the United States and that country. It was explained that the United States had no intention of supplying funds directly to Great Britain in order to bolster her economic and military position. The photo-electric cell is being «Snt( by scientists nt Canlsius College, Buffalo, N. Y., to detect earthquakes. ATTENTION VETERANS! If you served overseas, you should join the V.F.W. now! Meetings every Wednesday nUht 7:30 at the Welcnkamp Culion Office. Bring ;l veteran wllli you. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Farris McCalla, Commander Skeptical Judge Quickly Learns His Suspicions Were Not Without Logic PORTLAND. Ore., March 5. (UP) —Matt Mattson, Barring nwny irom a juil sentence lor drun*- cni'ss after ixrimiitiiiR lie was (juil- ly,. (old Municipal Judge John JJ. Seabrook: "I not n job. milking cows in n dairy." "On which side do: you milk n cow?" mked the • skeptical judge, Mattson Just urinned. "Do you 'know?" the Judge persisted. "CJiide.ineaUi!" raid Mntt.son. The Judsje fined him $20. Taught Healthy UvJJiff Five hundred years before the birih of Clirist, cireek electors be- B«r, lo tench healthy living, n iid flinc oi the wealthy people gave almost their entire time lo diet, exercise, nnil oilier care of their bodies. Rend Courier News Want Ads. IN T1IK PROBATE COURT POO TIIK CHIC'KASAWHA DISTRICT OK .MISSISSIPPI COCNTY AK KANSAS. ' "' lit file Matter or (he Eslate of W M Hartley, Deceased No mo NOTICK 01- GRANTING OF I-KTTKKS TESTAMENTARjf Notice Is hereby given that Let- tors Testamentary were granted to the undersigned upon the Estate of W. M. Hartley, deceased, on the 24tli day of February, 1947 bv I £ Probate Court for the Chlc'kasawln District of Mississippi County Ar knnsns. All persons having claims or demands against said estate must exhibit them, properly authcnti ealed, to the Undersigned for allow ancc within six months from thr 20th day of February, 1847 If .", so presented within such time they shall be batted forever and precluded from any benefits In said estate. The address of the Executrix Is: Mrs. Jauddle Hartley, 608 North Fifth Street, Blytheville, Arkansas WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5,' 19-17 Dated this 2Cth day of February, Mrs. Juudclie Baitley. Buck and Sudbury, Att>s. 2j26-3]5-12 KKAL ESTATE FOR SALE To pro«i)ecU»e buyeri w> I.VB > «elcct lltt ot houses—liomei—»pu. tu! |. nesses—acreage and firm, in am nound KtS'tlievllle. Wa tclu (Ic.nca .»!,!, rhono ^304. J. 3. Field. Bond«il|H««l BlUto lirokcr. For Sale- At all times I keep on hand several tractors and criiiipnieni, including new and used. I have John Deere, Fin-mall and other makes. Also have for sale a( ;i!l times 70 to. SO head of mules. Terms tan be arranged. I will trade for almost anything you huve. see F. C. CROWE 1 Mile South Braggadocio, Mo. FROZEN FOODS Lockers for Rent—Meat Curing— Groceries — Meats — Vegetables—Wilson Pasteurized Milk— Birdseye Frozen Products , , We Deliver Telephone 2002 Main ."it 21st Street The New HIGGIHS A Complete Boat Line OUTBCARDS AND RUNABOUTS Sec J. C. ELLIS, Jr. Dealer Barfield Farm Blytheville, Ark. • PICK UP and DELIVER f •— We Sell Comfort to Sore Feet 9 New; Soles • New Heels for okl shoes HALTERS QUALITY SHOE SHOP 121 W. M«in St. Welcome...have a Coke BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culver! Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. BOTTLED UNDES AUTHORITY OP THE COCA-COU COttPANY »Y COCA-COLA BOTTLING CU. ot BLYTHEVILLE Get the ICE HABIT NOW! We Deliver Anywhere — Auyihnc! In the coming months, economy will mean more lo all ol us than ever before. We will have lo cxcrl more c;irc daily to see that expensive food does not spoil. With vegetables and meat so high . . . and going higher, we cannot afford to let "it spoil for lack of proper refrigeration. Natural refrigeration that comes with ice cannot be equaled anywhere. So we urge y.ou, get the ice habit nov, for savings in the future! Two Plants in Blytheville to Serve You ^ Wesf Main Sf. i No. Highway 61 CRISPY FRESH Make Sure Your Family Enjoys Fresh, Nutritious Vegetables ICE Refrigerates Naturally, docs not rob food of Natural Flavor! \ ' ,^_,, _ .. Call 2841 _ ARKANSAS ICE & STORAGE COMPANY CALL 281!. „. STOP AT 2611 Don't Hesitate to Ask for Free Service Listen — We can wash your ear in 30 minutes. We use Genuine Akinitc Crease lo lubricate your car. Yes, we have tfie tires — Dayton — Hood _ Goodyear. We also have New iialteries. Standard ESSO Gas & Oils, Also Quaker State 3 £* S AUTO ^SERVICE Second and Ash Sis. 'Phone 2Glt An engine reconditioning j«)b done here is a s{>ccializcil job — clone by International - trained mechanics using special Internationa! equipment and installing factory- engineered International Parts. The result is , - : \vnat you d expect— fe^J practically new engine] performance from a reconditioned engine. So' improve truck perforni- ancc and cut operating costs with an engine reconditioning job here. Phone and tell us when we may do a fob for you. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. 312So. 2nd Phone 863

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