The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1949 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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JTHURSDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1949 Yugoslavs Fear Worst af Trial Soviets Are Accused Of Using Old Method By Accusing Premier ' Alex Yu BOS ,avla. Dec. 8. ' "» C Independence ' ° f innlon tuillorpnro f t Beh'r d foreign newsmen in or<"]n| :et lriu ' Ers ' wl 'o are the main XrA i of 'his trial," he said, nrt* ™l j %'»g well known meth- f", 5 °l accusing the victim of the i-nt , lls which they themselves entertain against it (Yugoslavia). nf »K '"• Yugoslavia is accused M threatening the independence o/ „" ? a ™ . .?"" other nelghborlne ., tnat it is common knoivl- !s precisely the Soviet •v,. for almost two full s has been endeavoring to sub- such X" Ros!tl ™ ( ° «s control by such flagrant means." the SoHa COn ' Cnt "- tl a "° ther aim of garia in an even more unequal position In relations to the Soviel la" I'™* 0 subordinate the Bulgar"" completely to the ---.. ...^ MVD, the Soviet - pollen), to suppress the voice <™i r -°? e ""'sarlan communists and I'dtnots who arc fighting for rela- anrf 5 *, 0 ' ec l" ali( "- v between Bulgaria fi^n le S ° Vict Ullion ' to fill<i Justl- 1 J LtlUr>Tl lor tll6 difficult nnnt S " U The 0n K PrCVniiin ° '" Bu 'B«" n -" :C East^'j? R slm " nr ^"^hehT in Se^^^SS ^Formosa is Vital To U.S., Senator On Tour Declares HONOLULU, Dec. 8-(;j>i-Senat or Ferguson (B-Mieh; I said I today ' ShOWCi0 ™ °" P - (de- Ferguson and a party of senato e rl,Tf ' me hm °" a ™SS th the "sited For mo« n- or ho.M ,? hlllese Nationalist strong- Hno ialh ^' art "' e Am erican defense C , Wcstcr n Pacific. the hniesc Communists and they s move into Formosa,- ^ Discouraged Pursuer Kills Sweetheart, Self NE\V YORK, Dee. cen year-oW Ro sa A 51.000 to marry his sweetheart JnsS"° " Edna Renta ' but *= Jnsisteti she was too young ed hi a ? ear and a hcilf * e resi st- ed ( hi s pleas for an cady ve(|djng Tuesday something in the vnnfh "d^-f,™"" 13 ' "W^e'C Mna to the roof of the East Har- H™, te " e '" cnt ,, vvhc ''e her mother lUcs, f, rc( j bul | e , s jnt 'I'lf in"n' leati ' a " d thcn ^elf m the temple. It snowed in the night, Yeste nny morning the snow-coated bod es were found on the roof by mend of the young Puerto Rica couple. He had gone up to an ad joining root to wateh the snow fa T °day's Traffic Demandj CONCRETE ROADS Jna to carry heavy ^^"ftcryearatW for your tax money.-"' "^ ^sfc yowr P«6//c eff/cia/s for ONCRETt ROADS PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION '•"'* BM f , Mcmpbl, J, Tenn . 16 f J " s R ENT,A CAR ur«e Anjwhcrt Vnn Please Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 Truck Driver Burned Trying to Save Vehicle SHERIDAN, Ark,, Dec. 8. (/!>)_ An El Dorado truck driver was seriously burned In saving a new $9,000 vehicle from destruction. Curtis .Black, 39, driver for the El Dorado Creosote Company, sn( ' rirst to third degree hi body th ° " art of ™'' burelor, here. A about can of BLYTHEVILLE! (ARK.) COUH1EI? N EW g ^•om 1 e C w a s 0 l',!!! i ,ff T " at cxl " l 8uisl'ed the fire In b^STTouh Man, 76, After truck w txnllne ith his out the fire In the hands and clothing, " gfl a brl "r Patcli.' clothing once, but It iiari'ii ni , a in and he rolled on the ground a "second time. , A passing driver brought hi,,, ncro lor emergency treatment, and h c was taken to a Ullle Hock hospital Held ST. 1X5UIS, Deo. 8—WJ—Marion tzra WcKKbon, la, was arrested by nucnts of the Federal liurcau of iiivestit-ntlon after an ntemut to extort $50,000 from a St. Louis cou- PAGE THREE of the PHI office here, said an anonymous letter was sent to Mr and Mrs. Fred Ward threatening' that their daughter, Olenda Louise, 0, would be kidnapped unless the amount was paid. Ward Is a bartender. Wooilson, part-time clerk at a here, was quoted by Norrla a* saying, "i could have written it ^couldn't have-i don't remeru- The elderly man wa s held In lieu of $1,000 bond on a warrant charg- WM&x; r~J E~~l iY* e \%*' % * l\«i c< V#* a &3 V, •v>^- -S' ^ ton jr '59 so O* C' K^DWMOND 3-DIAMOND BEAUTY A lovely 3-diomond engagement ring. * ? 49 50 DIAMOND PAIR pSSKSSd f^~vl :&i?( -VO\1 S 179 5 J&SZ, ^ 0«G TSTt >" C6 & i^ >bM iy«j.v A FULL YEAR TO PAY NO EXTRA CHARGE £& V ^ &00 ^ //^ ^ftfi^ 12-DIAMON^Dl^M A didmond;^,^^ «fe Rf"90^'« cfiettli •• .'f. :!--•:* :*^?j^ ^O 5 " V !/ *----^ There's no other gift t| ml J^ ^>r IT c • expresses your love for )'Y| J another as well as a sparkling tliarnond. Hich 14k gold mountings give these diamonds a brilliance never before r CM »—\V m x 1 ISO BUDGET PAYMENTS 7 lovely diamonds ^ < \ seen) Select yours ... now '*! and make someone very happy and thrilled. You can take all of 1950 to pay. m to '4KT. AS •^ » THINK., of (lie i preienl t when you I he Intuit 100 See BlythovHI.', Ch ;istmos Porode/ fr;day ? ~ SrOR£S, IN mill: K 1 Mt «PHIi AND DYERSBURG ^: 1 1 #®>, m -fi 5W' %*&'- •:?#*-• V >-" . w5 ^ I,. ----1^ $1.0O A WEfK • '•* .=. .5;5.DlAMQNb v WEDDING? RING A lovely diamon.d ring for the wedding ceremony. §5 vl f?s ^ r /^% Mm. m 5 495° -^f: $%'-., •>v;t. 'il -. 8-DIAMOND DUO » Lovely fFishtoil" Pattern/ Smartly styled rings.

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