The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 24, 1949 · Page 9
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March 24, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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THURSDAY, MAKCIT 24, BLYTHEVTLLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN 2 Other Anti-Red Pacts Scheduled Alliances in Pacific, Mediterranean Areas To Be Considered By John M. Hightowcr WASHINGTON. March 24. M'j— Proposals [or tlic United States to support some new non-Comtmmist defense pacts are expected litre as soon as tlic North .Atlantic treaty Is out of the way. Diplomatic authorities said today that so far two alliance systems have been informally talked about and appear most likely to receive serious consideration, These arc: 1. An Eastern Meriiterranean- N'car Eastern treaty based on Iran Turkey and Greece and designed to provide a greater degree of security In that strategic area of the world. 2. A Southeast Asian-Southwest Pacific system designed to provide some kftid of machinery to deal u'ltl the growing threat resulting fron Communist successes In China. So far the possibility of new International organizations alon these lines is only in the idea stag* at least as far as Washington i concerned. But once the Senate CJIK (Mission of the Atlantic pact Is ovei authorities are sure much more wil be heard of them. Abroad, proposals for an E^ten Mediterranean Pact have bee more fully developed. Both th ^ Greek and Turkish foreign minis \fi ters have discussed the idea wit: British Foreign Minister Bevin. 1 is possible that Bevin and Actieso may take up the subject when th Atlantic pact foreign ministei gather here late next week for th signing of their treaty. Acheson told » news confcrenc yesterday he would talk with th visiting foreign ministers about ad subjects they wanted to take u with him. President Truman will send tl Atlantic treaty to the Senate shorl ly after it. is signed. Committi hearings and Senate debate cou! then run into several weeks. Judith Coplon After Arraignment Eloping Young Couple Found But Shed No Light On Slaying of School Girl Miss Judith Coplon. former Justice Department employe, udjusta scarf for her lawyer, Archibald Palmer of New York, as they leave tile U. S, District Court at Washington after her arraignment on a charge of taking confidential data fvom government files. Another charge facing her accuses her of giving the data to a Russian agent. (AP Wireplioto.) Clatksville Woman Gets Year in Slaying Trial CLAHKSVII.LE, Arw.. March 24 — Hfi— The second trial of Mrs. Rhodie Rowbothnm, -19, for killing her busbnnd resulted in a one-year The forerunner of the Stars and Stripes was the Grand Union Flag. To represent the unity of the 13 Colonies and their hope that reconciliation with Britain still was possible, this banner had on it the British jack and 13 red and white stripes. prison sentence. She was convicted last night of involuntary manslaughter. The jury reduced the charge from second degree murder. She \ras accused of beating her husband. Paul. 55, with n stove poker and then throwing hot coals on him at their home near Lnmnr in January, 1948. He died of a fractured skull. Mrs. Roivbothnni was tried the first time lasl November. Then the case ended in a mistrial. Mrs. Rowbotham testified yesterday her husband was abusing her when she struck back at him. AP & L Seeks Approval Of Planned Stock Sale LITTLE ROCK, March '>4— (/!')— The Arkansas Power and Light Company seeks approval here nnc: MINNEAPOLIS, Mnich U. (fit—4 An eloping young couple, seized by | police after »n Intensive four-day search, told authorities they can offer no help In solving the mysterious slaying of Pntrlcla Utrmlng- hnm. The couple, Patricia's sister, Kathleen. 17, slid Milton BaWch, 19. awaited removal to Milwaukee today for further questioning In the slaying of the 16-year-old high school student. The bullet-pierced and weighted body of l»nlrlcla was recovered from the Milwaukee River near her home In West Allls, Wis,. last Sim- day, police have established no motive for the slaying of Patricia, who hart been missing from her home since last Feb. 10. Last- Friday, Kathleen and Ba- blch disappeared from their homes. They told police that they were married Id Kalamazoo, Mich., last Friday. • Bahlcli was hunted by police throughout the midwest on a warrant charging him with contributing to the delinquency of a minor —Knthleeti. Both have agreed to return to Wisconsin. Bablch and Kathleen were sel/.cd y police yesterday in K rooming TOUSC where they had rented Unlit housekeeping quarters on Tuesday. After they heard of tlie finding I Patricia's body Sunday, they told x>i!ce they did not attempt to comfort Kathleen's bereaved parents because she had mlsrepreset.ted her age In applying for a marriage license. Slie will not be 18 until March 31, Knlhleen did not want :o return home because she feared ler parents would attempt to annul her marriage. Harry Todd. Minneapolis dctec- iive, said thi- two seemed genuinely when he informed them they were wanted for qustlonlng. Yes, she and Patricia had been very close, in fact shared a room together at home, said Kathleen. State Associated Press Organiiation to Meet UTTLE ROCK. March 2<—M 1 )— The annual spring meeting of the Arkansas State Associated Press or- gnnlintlon will be held In Hot Springs Sunday, May 29. In announcing (his today, State Clmlnnnn Allen Tllricn of (lie Arkansas Democrat, snld Governor McMath will address the luncheon. Preceding the luncheon, at which O. E. Palmer and the Hot Springs newspapers will be hosts, there be a business meeting;. In Washington of proposed sale o] $4.000,000 worth of stock to lu parent company, A. P. and L. asked the Arkansas Public Service Commission yesterday for authority to sell the stock— 320 shares of S12.SO pur common— to Electric Power and Tight Corpor ation. New York, a holding company. It filed a similar application a Washington with the Securities anc Exchange Commission, which April 7 as deadline for interested persons to ask a hearing. Proceeds from the proposed sal would aid in financing an expansion program. Lightweight Cotton Picker Made in Pine Bluff PINE BLUFF. Arlc., March 24. (,1't I—A new lightweight cotton picker, designed by John D. Husl, will bo manufactured by Ben Pearson, Inc., here, maker of archery equipment Orders for the first 100 pickers ni'e being taken. Announced price Is $3.750 each. The company guarantees delivery of these 100 by next December 31. Livestock Milton also knew Patricia very well. The dead acted as peacemaker In minor spats between him and Kathleen. C. W. Smith, another detective here, said Milton admitted having had n date to meet Patricia on Feb. 10. the last day she was seen alive. The girl was to settle one of those spats. Milton did not keep the appointment. Smith said, but gave no reason why not. NATIONAL STOCK YAHDS, Til. March 24. M't— (USDA1 — Hogs 9,000; weight* 180 !b s up and .sows to 50 lower than Wednesday's average; ll<jh(er weights steady to V. lower, market fairly active at dc clinc; bulk good and choice 180 240 Ihs 21.00-25; top 21.60 lor lew loads, mostly 200-220 Ihs; 250-M Ibs 1B.15-2I.00; 140-110 Ibs 1950 21.00 100-130 II) pigs 15.50-10.00 mostly 16.00 up; good sows 401) Ib. down 1750-18.50; few 18.76; ove 400 Ibs 15.50-11.00; stags 12.60-14.50 Cattle. 1,500: talve.s 800; steer generally held n t higher prices heifers and mired yearlings ulon with cows showing flrmne.ss in ac live trade; bulls and vealcrs steady good heifers and (nixed yearling largely 23.50-2450; common an medium 20.00-2300; good cows IB 5O-10.50; common and merilui cows 1C.50-1B.25; canners and cut tcrs 14.00-16.50. Vehicle condition Is said by some authorities to be directly or Indirectly responsible for about 15 per cent, of all accidents. 85' WEEK-END S WCCK-CNU ^ hoppers Specials _ _ ALL PRICES CUT...THIS WEEK ONLY! \ REG. 4.98 FRINGED HOBNAIL SPREAD Our lowest price in years (or such o Tine (ringed hobnail! The (luRy lulls are closely spaced on a slurdy cotlon base. A charming Iradilionally American spread. Twin, full sizes. Wfirleond Pojleli I/a 79c HEAVY WARDCHEUM YARD GOODS Basl volue In printed «nomel floor covering for your money! Haovy »name.| »urfac» to bated on Ihick felt-base. Bright liles, marblo!, tlorott in choice ol colon. 6 and 9 [I. vvido. /*0 Q/ BOYS' 4.98 LUG SOLE OXFORD , 444 ReJ Bond Duality ^f A new moc-toe style trial's sure to give lots of WEAR! Burgundy leather wilh rubber soles. 2'/2 -6. 2.98 MEN'S COTTON PAJAMAS <>66 Slnped BrojxJdoHi! i Brent Quality! Coat ond middy styles in a}! regular sizes. Vat- dyed colors. SlocV up now. REG. 2.98 "BIRDSEYE" DIAPERS Q69 27x27" Before Hemnunj ,L dol. Fine, soil white collcm—con- forms lo government specifications for slrenglh, absorbency. "SPEEDSTER" SKATES REDUCEDI |97 W«r« 2.19, No* O.>V I 5em!-slrBom!ined nickel plated sleel stales; steel wheels with single race ball bearings. 1 PINT WIZARD GLASS WAX fc'mpb (• iW 39< Cleonj, polishes, prolocli lilvar, glass, etc. Surface! emerge sparkling clean, dirl-reiislant. .»* SALE! VITALIZED MOTOR OIL I ft, feLta.lM.IO. Bring your container!, ftoclc vp now! None firm! Why pay 3Sc a ql. lor oil—buy Vitalized! Check These SENSATIONAL PRICES on SswCflltt 304—1938 Plymouth: Coach, has new tires, g«wd motor . . . §1576.29 .'JO, 1 }—19IM Chevrolet Conch (it runs ... $105 302—Ifllti Chevrolet .I-door, hns new motor . . . §1175 Ml—JJM8 .Tccp Pickup vvilh 'l-\vhccl drh'e . . . SI 235 300—1937 Kord Coiich (lid horsepower) . . . S150 29B—ISlfi Chevrolet Club Coupe ... a honey . . . §1398 2<>2—1911 Chevrolet 1 '/j-Ton Truck . . . $195 291—193-1 Plymouth Sedan, good transportation . . $200 289—Ifltt) Nash "600" Sedan, green, a slick car . . . $1195 285—194(> Nasii "600" Sedan, blue, fine condition . . . $1195 280—1916 Nasli Ambassador Sedan, light blue color . . . $12G5 . 278—1937 Ford V-8 Coupe . . . ?I95 277—1935 Chevrolet Standard 2-doov, ne\v paint . . $195 259—1939 I'ord l'/ 2 -Ton Slake Truck, 2-speed axle . . $103.77 We will hot misrepresent a used car in order to sell it... and all these cars carry a guarantee. These cars absolutely must go. So, for the best buys in Blytheville, come down soon to your Nash dealer. SHELTON MOTOR CO. 215 S. 2nd. Phone 4438

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