The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 23, 1949
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE fanned Delegate is Granted Visa Philosopher to Try To Enter U.S. Despite : Official Disapproval ' NEW YORK, March 23—W—One ef 12 foreign delegates to a "world peace" conference here who failed to gel official U. S v permission to enter this country was granted a visa yesterday. • • He was British philosopher Olaf Stapledon. The American Embassy In London granted him the visa. Stapledon had Indicated he would .defy any ban and try to enter the U. S. anyway. • The denial or revocation of visas lo 12 European and South American delegates was announced last night by Dr. Harlow Shapley, chairman ol the conference to be held here. Meanwhile, an opposition conference group Americans for Intellectual freedom, challenged Shapely to make public immediately a list of financial contributors to the organization, : "It is obvious." the group sulri In a statement, "that the so-called tultural and scientific conference for world peace is operating on ni extraordinarily opulent budget. I Is obvious that, tens of thousand of dollars are being spent by this organization and there is Httie pros pcct that it could possibly sell sut ficlent tickets lo defray the mount ainous expense which have accimi 'ulated." .' The 11 who failed to get visa were not among 22 delegates to (lie conference from Russia and other BLYTHEVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 19« Candy Hurried to Leukemia Victim Gamo-Fish Commission Awards Lake Contract LITTLE ROCK, March U. IM- I'he Arkansas dame and Pish Com- ntsslon has awarded Buckton Construction Company, Hiizen, a $2,'*.- ,iOO contract for construction ol Crystal Lake near Dccalur in Ben- Ion County. The commission, at a meeting Monday, also authorized expenditure of $0,000 to contract with farmers for growing of 3,000,000 bl- color le.'ippdeza plants for use in Ihe commission's quail restoration program. Editor of Hendrix College Publications Announced CONWAY, Ark., March 23. (/i>>— Ferris Norton of Pine Bluff will edit the Troubadour, Hendrix College annual, next year, Student Body President Harry Biichannn of Parugould announced yesterday. Tom Robinson of Jonesboro was selected as business manager for the yearbook. For the weekly student newspaper, Dot Shuw, Guymon, Okla., and Jim Duprce, England, Ark., were appointed co-editors, and Muriel Murray. Walnut. Ridge, business manager. Maude Adams to Teach At Missouri University COLUMBIA, Mo.. March 23. Ul'i- Miss Maude Adams, famed stage star of the turn ol the century, has prolonged her Intended eight- weeks' as a faculty member for two weeks. She will return to her mountain home In New York about April 1 to rest for the remainder of the year. Miss Adams has been direct- ing'chroal speaking classes In the communications division of the college and said she expected to return next year. SAVE AT THE STATE LINE ___ - Tus'CVehlnd her pillow is a largo box ol flully cotton candy, favorite delicacy of Annie Rose Robinson, 7, (right) victim of leukemia In City ifospltnl at Columbus, Oa. The candy wns dr.mi fiom Atlanta by Slate Patrol Set. R J. Clnghoni ileJt) when it ix-cami; known the dying giri wanted some. (AP Wirepholo.) Gary, Ind., Women Will Take Fight For a Cleaner City to State Capital The first natural gas well drilled n this country was at Frcdonia, N. Y.. in 1821. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock GuaranU'ed Beat Prices Kirby Drug Stores Carry Your Money FARTHER "iron curtain" countries attend. who Army Plans No Further Draft Calls ' WASHINGTON, March 23—(/Fl— Chairman Vinson (D-Ga) of Hie House Armed Services Commlltcc 'said yesterday the armed lorces do not plan to call for any more inductions under the present drafi law. He told the House In » prepared Statement: "I have been advised by a representative of the Deportment of th« Army thai no further induct- v lons of men Into the armed forces are planned during the life ot the Selective Service Act of 1947. which expires a year from this summer. • "This means thst. under present 'plans no Inductions will be made between now and July, 1950." The two-year draft law. calling for 21 months' service for youths from 19' through 25 years ol age, expires June 24 next year. No Inductions have been ordered shice January 1 this year. GARY, Ind., March 23—i/D—| Gary's women will take their fight' to the Indiana stale cnpltnl to prove that "iillltoiigli our city may have a dirty (nee. it has a clean heart." A mass meeting of more than 900 women invited Mayor KiiRcne Swartv. to accompany a delegation to Indianapolis. The group plans lo ask governor Henry Schrli-kcr and Arthur Thrslon. head ol the Indiana State Police, "lo liive Immediate relict to Gary In law enforcement. 1 ' Next Friday wns Ilir dale srl for Ihe delegation to cull ou the two state officals. Thi.s action wns the latest in f\ three-week campaign to rli*an up (he city's aliened vice and sumWing conditions. The women's movrmonl Alter the mass meeting nl women three weeks ago, Mayor i Swartz ordered houses of prostitu-1 lion closed, niul there were raids I on some i;nml>llnR establishments. [ Mrs. Rtisscll Griffith, chairman of the mass mecllni;. snltl "there hn.s been our siRnifiraut chnngc In the two-week cleanup: they have hung new curtains in the house of ill fame." SEAGRAM'S GIN Filth 4.IS I'inl 2.U5 Vi 1'ijil . 1.U5 wns prompted by the fnlnl shooting Arkansas Tech is Host To Debate Tournament RUSSELLVIIiE, Ark., March 23. (>T|—-Arkansas Tech will be host to the annual Arkansas college debate tournament Friday and Saturday. Every junior and senior college in the state has been invited to enter. . ' Already entered are Harding College," Searcy; Arkansas State, Jonesboro; Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway; Henderson State Teachers, Arkadelphla; Oua- chlta College, Arkadelphln; and Tech. : The question for debate Is "Fcde- iral Aid to Education." March 3 of Miss Mnrv Cheevrr, a school teacher. She was killed by a purse snntcher within yards ot her home as she wns rrlurnliii; from ,n Parent-Teachers Afsocia- tion meeting. Rewards amounting to $3.500 have been offered for the slayer's arrest. Tivo weeks ngo. the women's group demanded that the city council take action In controlling vice and crime. While the mass meeting was In progress, a delegation of women's leaders attended a city council meeting and was told that Mayor ] Swartz was In Washington attending a national mayors' meeting. Council President Hobarb Wiggcrly | told the delegation that the council could take no action until his return. 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