The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 24, 1949 · Page 12
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PAGE TEN' BLYTHEVILLE 'ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1049 'Peace' Parley Protest Planned Patriotic, Veterans And Civic Groups To Picket Meeting NEW YORK, March 24— (ITi— Patriotic, civic and veterans groups yesterday announced plans for a mass protest against the "world peace" conference opening tomorrow under sponsorship of the Na, tional Council of the Arts, Sciences and professions. 'State Department officials Irave termed the conference a Moscow move to oppose the North Atlantic security pact and further other Soviet alms. Coordination of the picketing movement was undertaken by a newly-formed People's Committee lor Freedom of Religion, followInK an unorganized drive by numerous groups. Leaders who said thousands will be in line and the demonstration, set for tomorrow, will have as . its slogan: "Communists arc not welcome . here. We don't want you. Get out.' Sponsors said crep^-covcred fins of countries behind the. Iron curlali will be carried by refugees am prayers will be said "for an end ti Red 'fascist intolerance and tyran ny" by the picket lines around In Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, where th world conference is to open tomir row nlRht. The marchers nl«i plan (o ran- the Star of David, the crucifix ; pictures of Cardinal Minds'/cnt.\ Archbishop Steplnnc, Jan Masaryk ; and proteslan ministers Imprisone in Bulgaria. Dogs Have Their Day Missouri House Clears Way for School Tax Bill J EPPERSON CITY, March 24. ta'i --The House of Representatives advanced lo final voting stage yc.stcr- day a proposal to let .school dls- trlcts levy up to 10 per cent en as- ,--.cs.'C(t valuation <$f property for school building.';. Hop. Meredith Garten (R) of Tjuwrenec County, one ol the sponsors of the constitutional amendment proposal, said it would permit the districts to do what cities •\nd (XinnUes already can do. The present maximum districts II levy is five per cent. The additional five per cent would have to )c approved by the voters of the ciisnict. Garten said 1^ would permit dls- ricts to construct their own build- jifjs instead of asking funds from the state. If pas-sed by the House and Scn- 1'he Son frannsco transit system ^ias yune 10 the dojjs. Hover no longer has to pound his wenry pads on the pavement when he i|Hs the urge to gad about All he has to do is provide the new 10-renl [are now charged for does. He ran even i;cl a transfer. Hero. Mavis Mueller introduces three of her trained dogs lo the new dog's tile. Apparently Mavis didn't go far enough in their training, since they rctused to oflcr her a scat. B-Flat above High C Wins Vet Operatic Career with the Met Counties in Ozarl Forest Area Will Receive $86,139 WASHINGTON, March 24. i.Tt—' Arkansas counties in the OzHrk National Forest area will receive $86,139.25 from rae Forest Service as their share of income from the Ozark Forest last year. Senator Fulbrisht (D-Arkl said yesterday the Forest Service advised him that 1948 receipts from the forest amounted lo S340.557, most of it from stile of timber. Counties are givin '25 per cent of the receipts in lieu nf taxes. Fulbrlght said In a statement that the Forest Service estimated the revenue to counties will amount to about 8'v cents an acre of land in the national forest while the average tax rate for this type land Is about 5 cents an acre. Receipts also Include money from recreational concessions, utility rights o[ way, minerals and land rentals. "T understand that future timber .sale.* in the Ozark Forest Jho reach the million dollar mark once the stands are fully stocked and developed into commercial size." FulbrlRht said. "There should also bft increasing benefits from recreation and an improved game management program." Wayne, Mich, —(NEA)—Arthur Peters is finally going lo get stiu-t- ed on the singing ciuccr a Milan music teacher said he was destined for when he was a G I machine gunner in Italy. Tile wartime prediction was made because the Milan teacher heard 'eters singing for his Army budd- e.s. When he came back, he tried his luck as a night club singer, but quit to return to his wife and three children in Wayne and a job as an architectural engineer. A month ago he read that tin Mctropolitlan Opera Company signed up a tenor named John McConn- ck., \vho hlt.s A above high C which the Met said was the highest tenor range in the woilti. i can sing higher than that" said the 28-year old architect. For skeptical Detroit, teacher. Peter hit B flat above high C. The note reverbratcd In the ears ot a Met tolent scout. A Detroit, mamifaclnre- er heard it, loo, and when the Met stopped listening, he pidlcd some strings. The results was K two-year con- U.S. Engineers Warn Turn Span on M. & A. Bridge Is Unusable HARRISON, Ark., March 24. W>>— The Little Rock U.S. Engineers Of- 'lice.has notified White River Iral- fic that the turn span of the Missouri and Arkansas railway bridge near Georgetown, cannot be opened. Recent hish water apparently caused the concrete center pier to shift. Allowing the 300-foot ste=l lu.-n span to settle on rest piers al each end of the span. It cannot be 'turned with the regular turning mechanism, Ihe engineers reported and a recenl inspection Indicated that forcing it to turn might cause collapse or the pier. Local r/iiho,iriPJV* report the \VJjlfc River Bridge at Georgetown has been a special problem in the op- ' ration of the M- and A. for many \ ears. War Department regulation:; equlvc a turn or lift span to he Maintained io penult navigation by iver ve.ssels. River traffic nt that point con- is!. 1 ; principally of movement o( ogs by barge. ' Greet Britain Counts Cost of Polish Corps LONDON —UP) —A government committee recommends that the Polish resettlement corps, an outgrowth of Gen, Wladyalaw Anders' Polish Refugee Army, be disbanded by the end of next. September, when II will be three years old. The committee says the corps has cost Britain's three services 110,333,915 pounds ($445,335,660) and handled 111,037 poles. A late count showed (t still had 11,015. Of these. 5,837 were officers—old or disabled and hard (.0 place In jobs. Most of the Poles have balked at going back where they came from, because the Communists are in posver there now. Only 8,on have been repatriated, with 50 waiting to aU> it would still have to he approved by the voters at the next general election before becoming effective. Here was no discussion as the House advanced the measure yesterday, putting it in position for final passage or rejection. Spec/a/ Siamese Corps To Fight Corruption BANGKOK UT>— A ruthless war to smash corruption among Siamese Rovcrnment officials Ls to be waged by the Peace Maintenance Corps, authoritative sources say. The corp.s, headed by Premier Marshal Phibiin Songkram, has ordered all of its four divisional branches to collect evidence of .corrupt practices by officials. The commissions, to he composed of military, police and civilians, will be go. Of the others, 11,409 have moved on fran Britain to other countries, 71,563 have taken Jobs In this country, 2,066 have turned students and 2,066 have joined the armed forces. The tag ends are expected either to go abroad or to settle in Britain. Members of the corps have drawn pay by rank, two-thirds to three- quarters of that for the British services. The committee says the old and disabled should be put on public assistance. given power to act against guilty officials. As part of the campaign undercover agents will operate in government and police departments to gather incriminating evidence. Know What They Want CHICAGO, (U.P.)— The American housewife "has to fae shown" when it comes to home appliances, a leading Industrial designer said here. J. O. Reinecke observed, "Spectacular Innovation in design does not lead to sale. Housewives may look at the novelty but when Lhey buy they look for some new basic conveniences, such as ease of operation or simplified mechanism." E. Elkins, deceased, No. 1904, wil irobalecl In common form by til 'rebate Court, of Mississippi Coui| y, Chickasawba District, on the day of March, 1949. An appeal from such probate cal ; effected only by filing a petltio* stating the grounds on such appeal with this court within six u| months from date of this notice. Witness my hand and seal this ! day of March, 1919. ELIZABETH BL.YTHE, I Clerk of said Coiu| Reid & Roy. Attorneys. Arthur hiRliur. 'olors: "t can sing tlian. that" . . . Ir.icl witli the Met anrt n $5000 check from Peters' anonymous sponsor. Peters doesn't think he'll lie po ins back to his drawing board this lime. He figures thai lecher in Milan made a pretly good prediction after nil. oven if a machine gun isn't imu-h of an accompaniment for a tenor reaching for B flat a- liove high C. PROFIT By Reading tlie Classified Ada Every Day!. PROFIT Bv Advertising In Tfie Classified Columns When You Want To Buy or Sell ADS PLACED BEFORE 9 A.M. WILL APPEAR SAME DAY All Classified Advertising Payable in Advance Phone 4461 Blytheville Courier News Notice of Probate of Will Notice Is hereby given that the Last Will and Testament, of Joseph For Expert PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Call 4601 NICHOLS DRUG Handle Your Health! With Care When Sickness Strikes,) See Your Doctor • And Remember Rothrock's For Prescriptions Phone 4451 The Flower Shop Glencoe Hbtel Bldg. 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