The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 30, 1949 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 30, 1949
Page 14
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PACK FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1949 German Issues To Be Discussed Acheson Plans Talks With Ministers of W. European Nations WASHINGTON, March 30-(n'i— Secretary of State Dean Achcson said today major German problems discussed with Western European foreign ministers coming here to sign the North Atlantic Treaty. Acheson told a news conlcrencc the talks on Germany will be highly Informal. But he said he hopes Ihcy may bring further progress on problems—such as formation of a German government—which are already under discussions In conferences In Europe. The secretary's principal discussions on the German issue will be held with the foreign policy chiefs of the other two occupation |»w- ers of Western Germany—Britain's Ernest Bevin and Prance's Robert Schuman. Bevin reached Now York today on the -liner Queen Mary. Acheson pointed out at his conference that the Benelux countries also have figured In some discussions on the policy ol the Western powers toward Germany. He snid they might come Inlo the talks here. The Benelux countries are Belgium, the Netherlands nnd Luxembourg. To Sign Pad Monday The Atlantic Pact is lo uc signed Monday. Acheson said lhat In the highly Important series ot alks leading up to the signing lie would sec Bevin tomorrow, at an hour not yet announced, and also expect to meet during lhe day with Netherlands Foreign Minister D. U. Stikker. On Friday, Acheson said, he will see French Minister Schmuan and presumably the same day lie will talk with Premier Foreign Minister Paul-Henri Spaak of Belgium and Joseph Bech of Luxembourg. There will be other meetings with these and other visiting dignitaries, lhe secretary added. The sccrclary of slate began his round of lalks with visiting forcigi minlsleri: yesterday. He conform then wilh Count Carlo Sforza of Italy. The discussion, Achcson reported, covered lhe Atlnnlic pact steps toward European, Union, de velopmenta In Germany and a num ber of olher matters. Such meetings as those now dc veloplng, Acheson said, .are In dlcatlve of the increasing unit and cooperation of the Western pow ers and there will be an increas Ing number of them. Obituaries Funeral Tomorrow For Mrs. Arthur Baker Last rites for Mrs. Lola Baker, 57, wife of Arlhur Baker, will be conducted at 2 l>. in. tomorrow by Hie Cobb Funeral Clmpel. Postal Officials Tour Proposed Star Mail Route Postmaster H. S. Stevens und W. J. Hogei's, superintendent uf mails In the Hlythevlllc post, office, accompanied by poslal officials from Memphis and St. Louis today went over the route to he severed by a proposed star mall route between Mrs. Bilker died at her home at 305 South Lilly this morning. Sl)c is j "here and Joneaboro. survived by her husband; three sons | llje I)cw roule , 5 |)lanilcci lo Me Joe Baker of Longvlew, lex Koy . lhc , ace of lhe rnl | way mal , bcr . B. Baker and Don Baker or Blythe- . vkc wh , c|l ls to ^ discontinued by villc; three daughter. Mrs. Ellis , (hc p^^ LlllC!j oll Ule , railcc bc . Wheeler and Mrs. Eric Bollard, Miss ( tsvecn thc two cll(( . s Making the Lorenc Baker o[ Blythevlllc. and u . )ns] , ectlon tr |p today with the two brother. Roy Griffith of Mailing- oiythevillc men were A. T. Lasatcr sport, La. of st> CIRCUIT COURT Continued Irom 1'age 1 Cluirlie True, polil larceny. 90- day sentence lo county farm and $50 fine on plea of guilty. Edi'le James and Johnnie Phillip,*, robbery, su.spenderi. 12-yciu sentences Burial will be in the Elm wood Cemetery. • • . Wanda June Peters Dies Funeral services lur Wanda June Peters, a, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peters of Toimuo, were conducted tills afternoon at the Cobb Funeral Chapel by lhc Jicv. Theron McKisson, pastor of Lhe Lake Street Methodist Church. She died nt her home yesterday, alter a short illness. Her parents, two brothers. Frank. Jr., and Cioug- liis Doyle Peters; n sister Stella June; and a hnlf brother, Cletus Melvln, survive her. Ourial was in Dogwood Ridge cemetery. State Society, Daughters Of American Colonists, Contributes to Red Cross Duahoo of men are district for the Hallway s and T. Memphis. Both superlnUMidenls Mall Service. The postal official 1 ; were confer- ng wllh citizens in Doll, Manila, Leachvllle and other towns between Here and Jonesboro relative to the proposed new service. It WHS indicated that Blylhevillc should get faster service on mall out of Little Rock and the Southwest as a result of the proposed change. La.vience Johnson, robbery, six- year sentence. Dexler Young, forgery and utter- Ing, two cases, sentences ol two year-, in euch case with lerms to run concurrently. Judge Light appointed W. O. F'azler of Victoria, Fred Smith of Otceola and Dwight Anderson of Wilson as Jury commissioners [or he next term of court. A jury found Guin Holland of lane; not guilty of murder in con- icrlion with the death January 3 •f Freddie Bynmn. his brother-maw, In IronI ol Holland's home. A similar charge against G A. Hol- cind, father of the man who was .lied, was dismissed on motion of H. Ci, Parllow. prosecuting attorney for the second Judicial District. A $25 check was added to the ; I949 fund campaign for lhe Chtcka- sawba. District Chapter of the American Eed Cross by the Arkan«us Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists. Thi state society's contribution 720 Attend Ladies Night •vent for Luncheon Club More than 120 members of the Blythevlllc Lions Club, their wives and other guests attended the club's 'ladies night" banquet at the Hotc Noble last night. Mrs. Ha Hull, director oi Mem- >hls Girls Club and \\ former mem- >er of the Oklahoma House of Representatives, was the principal speaker. She spoke briefly ol her activities In rehabilitation work in Texai. Oklahoma and Tennessee. She was slate director of Child Health and Welfare before going to Memphis as a member of the Juvenile Court staff. Mrs. Hull was introduced oy | Owen Lilly, a past president of the Memphis Lions Club. ] Tin, Marked Tree Choral Ensemble presented a varied musical program as another part of the enter- tnilliticnt night. The ulne-plect' ensemble presented several group numbers, solo and trio numbers, in music ranging from folk ballads to the classical and scmiclasslcal. Representatives of the Rotary, ICiwaa's and Junior Chamber 'if Commerce were special guests ol the Lions last night. Other guests Included sponsors of the ensemble from Marked Tree. Mr. and Mrs. Lilly, and Mrs Huff. R. A. N'clson, president of the BlyltiLvillc Lions Club, was toastmaster for the event. Missing Blythevilte Girl Is Found in Missouri The sheriff's olTice said this morn- Ing that Donna Sue Davis, 13-year- old Blythcvllle Junior High School student who has been the object of a widespread search since her disappearance Friday, was located yesterday In Cape Girardcau, Mo., and was relumed to her home here last night. While Investigating the disappearance of the girl, sheriff's deputies questioned a Blytheville man who aided officers In locating her Donna Sue is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. D. Morris of 1712 West Main Street. Historical Film Viewed by Pupils In Sixth Grade Sixth grude students from Langc, Ccnirtil, Sudlniry and Yarbro Schools yesterday attended the mat- luce showing o( "Joan of Arc" at the RiU Theater, us a climax of t«'o weeks stitdy of art, literature, find history of the period covered by the Him. The IGI students attending, In- eluding 16 from Yarbro, today expressed varied opinions on the film, which was seen ns a part of the school's visual aid program. One Yarbro student, Doyle Leslie Johnson, checked on his history studies by making sure soldiers did use two-handed swords and man- talets as shiels. Gerald Snyder was more impressed by Lhe fact thai they hart cannons for weapons before the time of Columbus. Hose Marie Knne expressed the Idea that she was glad the classes hftd studied (he background of th film. Exen (hough the classes knew Dauphin was Charles VII. the King's son. Rose Marie, was Im- Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS HI Marc)) 30. (V>— (USDA)— Hogs 9,000;' weights 180 Ibs up to 2' to 50 lower han Tuesday's average; other weights and sows steady to mostly 25 lower; bulk good and choice 180230 Ibs 20.00-25; top 20.50 Jor about ,wo loads; 240-270 Ibs 19,00-20.00; 270-325 Ibs 18.00-19.25; 140-170 Ibs 1S.OO-18.Z5; good sows 400 Ibs down 17.00-18,25; mostly 18.00 down; over 400 Ibs 15.00-16.50; few 16.75; stags I2.50-M.50. Cattle 2,600; calves 1,000; opening trade moderately active and generally steady on steers, heifers and cows; few medium and good lightweight steers 23.00-24.25; good •heifers and mixed yearlings 23.502-1.75; common and medium 20.0018.50-20.00; ;ew 20.25; 100-130 Ibs 122.50; common and medium cowl 17.00-18.00; few medium and g 18.25-19.00; canners and cuttl'l 14.00-16.50. pi^k Ilim from a crowd. Pnlsy Yarbro. having seen a picture of KiUherine Cornell, dressed for her Broadway singe show, "JuAn of Arc," felt that a film could rtcoict more clearly the actual setting for the .story. The film caused Ola B, Manley follow reading o' the rierioil with "Girl In White Armor " The need of faith, belief In God, and courage for constant struggles against a nation's enemies, were also mentioned by students of tne var- of the ca?e yesterday. | ions schools as clearly expressed Twelve Exposed To Meningitis Under Quarantine Representatives of the Norlh Mississippi County Health Unit said today that 12 contacts of the cpl- dmnlc meningitis cnse reported by a Lcachvllle doctor wore under quarantine today, following nn in- The child, 12-year old Maxine Allen, became ill on March 24, ami her case was not reported as epidemic meningitis until Monday. School age children exposed to the disease by the film. have been removed from school. This includes the il-ye&r old and 15-year old Allen children. >^^>>>2^ KENTUCKY'S KEY TO 1IOSPMTALITY Mother Nature conspires vrilh Father Time iu our family-owned distillery to give you a bourbon of matchless flavor and distinctive bouquet. 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Negro Deaths Services for Emmett Stewarl. 30. of Blythevlllc, will be conducted Friday In Clintonvlle, Miss., with- burial there. Stewart was killed inslanlly Sunday morning when the blast of a 16 gauge sholgun struck him In lhe neck during an argument with another Negro. Will Walker, at Walker's home, ^yalker is being held in the county jail here on a charge of first degree murder. Stewart is survived by his wife. Donella. two daughters and his parents. THE JEEP PANEL DELIVERY Cuts Delivery Costs! Do You Suffer From... With ils thrifly performance and low maintenance expense, the "Jeep" Panel Delivery cuts delivery costs to the bone. It has the 1-cylimler "Jeep" Engine . . . whcclbase ol 101" ... pay-load up lo 1200 Ibs; and US tunic feet earring capacity. All this, plus traditional "Jeep" dependability and zip, adds up to a job that can't be beat for day-in and (lay-out delivery service. See it now ... We'll Meet or Beat All Offers in a Trade for Your Car! 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