The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1949 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 25, 1949
Page 14
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i,AKK.J LOUK1MI 1 inUA iy-i9 Truman Planning Party for Solons Affair U S«n At Mow to Get Chummy With Congressmen By Jack B*» WASHINGTON, March 25. W— President Truman may play host next month »t an informs] party for new member* ol the House and Senate! u part of his campaign to get chummy with Congress. Plan* for suc}> a party are being dlscuned by some of the President's advisers, It was disclosed today. The latchstrlng was hung out at his White House office for lawmakers who want to talk over their problems with the president. Mr. Truman disclosed at his news conference yesterday that during the rest of March and all of April hi will be seeing many legislators. In this connection, the President uld he had cancelled two New York talks. One was to have been at the cornerstone dedication of the United Nations building April 10 »nd the other at a testimonial dinner for Dr. Chalm Weramann, heart of the new state of isrftel, April 23. The President snid he will be working from daylight to dark having interviews and getting his desk cleaned of the things that piled up while he was vacationing In Florida. ; Leader* Pleased The President's decision to slick close to home for a while pleased his legislative leaders. Senator Lucas of Illinois, (lie Democratic leader, told reporters he thinks it "an excellent move." adding: "My opinion is that the closer the chief executive is to the Congress, the better It is for his program and the country as a whole." As a part of this new chummy attitude, the President's friemls hope he and Vice President Bnrkley can get together wilh many of the 117 new members of the House and 19 new senators early in April. Hardly a cozy party at best, such a gathering probably would have to be held In a local club or hotel since the White House is undergoing repairs. , It was not Immediately clenr Warded Girl, 7, Killed When Hit By School Bus Llndell Fay Gaskln, seven-year- old Wardell, Mo., school girl, was killed Wednesday morning when struck by a wardell School District bus. The young girl, who was a dally passenger on the bus. was struck RS she walked along the road en- route from the bus stop lo her home. She was returning home to change clothes after .she had fallen down while cnroutc to (he bus stop. Maurice Clifton, driver of the bus, said he saw the girl walking along the roadside and had pulled the bus nenr Ihe center of the road but that as he ncared Ihe girl, she suddenly bolted In front of hLs bus. The girl suffered Internal Injuries and died enroutc to a doctor's office. She was the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Qasktns of Warden. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete. Fancy Dress Parade Truman Accepts Resignation of Envoy to Moscow WASHINGTON, March 25. </P> — President Truniuii today accepted the resignation or j Walter Bedcil Smith n.s ambassador to Mocow, The White House announced the President's action shortly after Smith called on the President Lo renew his long-pending request to return to Army duty. Presidential Press Secretory Charles G- Row; snld Mr. Truman accented Smith '.s request "with great reluctance" and thnt he did -so to pc rm It him to re t\i r n to a field command. Sm ill), a I i «u lenai it ge neral , i-s expected to take command of the First Army on Governor's Island In New York Ilarlx>r. The conminnd has been held open for )»ini .vfzjee the retirement Gen. Courtney Hodges, of These soldiers lent a touch of color to a recent review of Die Army's newly enlarged Constabulary in Augsburg, Germany. They wor* authentic 1832 uniforms of the Second Dragoons, famous cavalry ouifil now metamorphosed into the Second Armored Cavalry Regiment. (Photo by NKA-Aeme staff correspondent Gerhardt Seinig.) Gets UN Post Robinson School P.J.A. Formed; Officers Elected t'tliel Mills was elected president of the Robinson Elementary School (Negro) pnrenls and Teachers As- .soclntion at the nssoclntton'.s or- gnnizalionnl meeting Wednesday iiiBht. Other offiicr.s elected were Frances Howard, vice-president; Nola Butler, .secretary; pearl RAwllngs, assist Ant treasurer nnd E. Walking, school principal, treasurer. The meeting was attended by 41 mrcnU. Miss Wlnnte Virgil Turner, lenientary supervisor o[ Blyttie- illc's school system, was i\lso pre- ont and addressee! the croup on he history of BlyLhevllleV-publlc chools. Landscape Architect Meets With Committee Mrs. Carroll Watson, Mrs, R. E. Fletcher and Mrs. Steve Ralph, members of the city Bcnutlncntlon Committee of the Osceoln Chamber ol Commerce nnd Chamber Manager H n ri y Pan lu s me t tl ils week with John P. HlgliberKer, limttscnpe architect ot Memphis, for discussion of landscaping the Osccola courthouse grounds. . Mr. Htahbcreet 1 while In Osccoln made a preliminary sketch of the grounds nnd will submit his report within the next'few days. It is the hope of the committee to completely landscape the grounds, putting in new grass and shrubs and possibly Th* United Nations minoimced _th« appointment of AtUn. Chester W. Nimilz t as administrator oT « plebiscite lo decide whether the Indian stale of Kashmir shall become part of India or Pakistan. Leaving soon tor Jam- mu, Kashmir, (he admiral will •upervise the balloting among 4,000,0% inhabitants of Hie mountainous princely slate. [>r. Hunter Sims, Jr., 7"o Practice With Father Dr. liunier fiun.s, Jr., ted ay joined ihe .staff of hi* fulhev Dr. H, C. Sims. Sr., and will continue hLs practice wifh his father for n few niontlts before joining the sU\ff of the ShreveporL Charity Hospital for his .surgical residency, a lliree- yaar (enure. The yomig Dr. Sims graduated from (he School o[ Medicine at the U n i vei .s Ity o f Te nn e&see In M em - phis in 1047. and since that Unit 1 1ms be^ii completing his internship nl Ihe shreveporl. Charily. Haspttnl. He will be with his father's of- tice until July I, some new type trees. It was pointed oui. that It wn Betting late In the'.season and It is possible thnt some of the work woulc have to be done next fall. fiend Courier News Want Ads Takes Ov«r Top Soviet Army Pott Br the Associated Pjtm Russia continued to shuffle around Its top officials today and named a new armed forces chief. Se Is Marshal Alexander M. Vasl- levsky, who made a brilliant record in World War II as a warrior and :actlcian. As In other recent shifts, the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet announced without explanation that Vasllevsky was taking over from Marshal Nikolai A. Bulganln as minister of armed forces of the Sovier. Union. Tills is the highest military post,In all Russia. BulRanin, who has held the ministry since he took It over from Prime Minister Stalin In March, 1947, will retain his post as deputy prime minister. He also will continue as a member ol the powerful Politburo. Jane Folks of at. Joseph, Mo., accepted her award the same way she won It—"By keeping my mouth shut," Her co-star and beau, Lew Ayres, then escorted her to J. L. Warner's celebration party at the Mocambo. The British "Hamlet" bettered U. 8, films by copping five awards. Oliver's statuettes were received by friend Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Author Shakespeare was declared Ineligible for writing honors because, said Emcee Robert Montgomery, "He wrote for another medium." The Motion voters selected Picture Academy's Buttons and Bows Extinguish Grass Fire Members of Blythevllle's volunteer fire department answered a call to 2009 West Chlckasawba yesterday afternoon to extinguish a gras fire. Read Courier News Want Ads. OSCARS the Sierra Madre." Father Walter sprinted down the aisle to claim his best supporting actor award as the wily prospector In the same film. Claire Trevor was selected the best supporting actress as the drunken gun-moll In "Key Larg," also directed by John Huston. Miss Wyman, formerly Sarah from "The Palefac»" as the best film song. Jane Russell In a strapless gown rocked the room with her singing of the Jay Livingston-Ray Evans tune. Special awards went to Ivan Jandl of "The Search" for the best juvenile performance; Walter Wanger for "Jqpn of Arc"; Jerry Wald for consistently high quality production; the French "Monsieur Vincent" was named the best foreign language film. The event was the fastest and smallest In the academy's 21-year history. The awards were handed out cafeteria style at the academy's own theater before an audience of 950, mostly press and nominees. A crowd of 1,000, puny by Hollywood standards, cheered the film famous as they entered the neighborhood playhouse in gowns and tuxedos dampened by a mild drizzle. Sidelights: Winner Wyman said she would put her Oscar on her television sel. Miss Trevor remarked she would build a house around hers. . . Montgomery's running commentary was light. Best line: When Ava Gardner was created, "Mother Nature lingered over the job." r. NEW KITCHEN , CONVENIENCE X-RAY SCHEDULE OSCEOLA — MARCH 29 BLYTHEVILLE MARCH 30-31-APRIL 1 & 2 MARCH 30 North side Main St.—to north & east city limits—west <o 10th St. MARCH 31 North side Main St.—to north side city, limits—10th SI. west to city limits. 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