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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AltK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 81, 1»4» Churchill Plans Talk on Century <•-.'•. •,->..-: t •ritith Statesman i: Tb Air Views on Hope for Man Today 1 BOSTON, March SI. W— Winston Churchill tell*' the world tonight what hope ht sees for man In this '••ar-mimd century. "| The 74-year-old statesman, who spurred battling Britain with his qall to' "blood, sweat, and tears." tin apMk 'The 30th Century, !U Prooiii* and Its Realisation." . " Hi* views are awaited with the Urgency that surounded his "Iron Curtain" 'speech at Fulton, Mo., March I, IBM. : Then he lamented the lowering of an "Iron curtain" acrois Europe, a- aailed .Soviet Russian expansion, and called for the fratenal association of the British commonwealth of nations and the United States. : Tonight in his Immediate audience of 13,400 at Boston Garden will be some of the ablest thinkers of the Western world; statesmen, edu- Satori. scientists and philosophers. i They are gathered for a three day «iid-cenlury survey, initiated by Massachusetts Institute of Technology on the "Social Implications »f Scientific Progress." The occa. tlon Is the Inaupiratlon Saturday of Tech's tenth president, Dr. James Rhyne KiHUn, Jr. T« Reach Millions ; Over the country and much ol ihe world, the word* of ohurehll! will be carried by radio and television to one of the largest audl ever to hear a speaker. Leukemia Fatal To 9-Year-Old Arkansas Lad Churchill has agreed that his address will be "of nome importance. MIT estimates It will last one liou ^nd run about 7,000 words. • The former prime minister wll be In Boston until Friday at mid- niihl. He will take the Queen Ellz abeth home on Saturday. All during his »tay he will be guarded by rep resenUttvu of Scotland Yard, Ih VS. Secret Service and Boston Po lice. ': The convocation will bring hit igaln to Boston Garden tomorro ftlght, Departing slightly from Its custom of never conferring honor ~ ary degrees, Tech will make Churchill "an honorary lecturer," tha first this noted scientific school has ever had. 1 Main speaker Friday night will be jlarold E Stassen, now president ef the University of Pennsylvania. He fills the spot on the program to which President Truman hart oriK- injjh been Invited. The President iecepted, then cancelled the en- fagement because of the press of official business. State to Survty All Departments Starting in July LITTLE ROCK, March 31—<*•)— Just how much property doe« the stale own? A survey o! all stale department* and agencies will be started about July 1 In hope* of aniwerlnf that question. State comptroller Le« Roy Beasley said the survey will be made In addition to audits of til itale Institutions and neencies now In progress. "The Inventory will cover .ill phases of operations and we hope to Jlnd out Just how much property the slate owns," he told newsmen. Asked how many state-owned automobiles me being operated, aslfcy said "that's one thlujj we don't know," find added that he hopes to know when the survey !.i completed. McCMIan and Fulbright j Oppose Moving Spa Radio Station to W. Memphis WASHINGTON, March 31. W- Both Arkansas Senators have pro* tested a tentative deeUlon of the Communications CommUtlon approving transfer of radJo station KTHS from Hot Springs, Ark,, to West Memphis Senator Fulbright *a)d that "obviously the new location will mean that KTHS Is to be another Memphis station." Senator McClellan said that "If the people who don't want this station moved *Uh to continue the ght, I'll help In every way that can," The commission split, 4-3, In lachlng the tentative decision. Oi>- onents have 20 days In which to le appeals .fame* Tribble STEPHENS, Ark., March 31. W) —Little James Lamar Tribble didn't get to watch his litter of pigs grow up. The nine-year-old boy, who doc- ors said had been suffering with eukemla for about four months died at his home near here yesterday. He hnd been bllnrt since last Saturday. Hundreds or presents, Including pet rabbit, gold fish, a Bible and more than $100 In cash, had been sent to James by friends during the last few weeks. His father, P. C. Tribble, obtained a litter of pigs and placed them outside James' window. The youngster said he wanted to watch them grow. Also surviving are his mother and sister. Acheson Backs Protest Of Kerfs Sentencing Two American Soldiers 1 Nineteen thousand accidental deaths occur annually on American {arms. Mitchum Leaves Jail After Burying Term . LOS ANGELES, Mnrch 31. (/T) — Movie Hero Robert Mitchum was released from the county Jail yesterday after serving 50 days on his conviction ol conspiring to po.vse.vs marijuana. "Tills has been a milestone In my life," Milchum drawled as he headed for a taxlcab. Before I went in I was reconciled. I had satisfied myself that I should go to Jajl. "I have gained a vast amount of experience. As a cltlien and taxpayer (he makes 13,240 a week) think the Wayside Honor Ranoho Is a good place to start a man's rehabilitation. Most men get Into trouble from selfishness and prolonged adolescence. So the Rancho Is a better place to put a man than In a j»ll cage." ThL Rancho Is the county prison farm, where Mltchum made cement •blocks for most of his term. WASHINGTON, March Secretary of State Acheson said yesterday the Unlt*d States views with "grave concern" the secret conviction In Czechoslovakia of two American soldiers charged with ipylng. Acheson said the American government "fully supports" the action of Ambassador Joseph E. Jacobs, who filed a prompt protest Tues day In Prague against the manner which the two soldiers were .rted and sentenced. The Communist-led Czechoslovak government announced Tuesday that Recruit Clarence R. Hill 31, has been sentenced to 13 years .t hard labor and Recruit "George H, Jonw, 22. to ten years, They had been held since Dec. 10 when, O.S officials said, they wandered across the border from the U.S. zone o: Germany. Missouri fncom* Tax •turns Must be Filed Y Midnight Tonight JEFFERSON CITY, March 31 ifl' —Today la the last day to file Mis sour) state Income tax returns. T. R. Allen, supervisor of the Itate Income Tax Division, said re> urns must be postmarked not lat- r than midnight tonight. If return* come In with a Intel xwtmark date, the taxpayer Is con Idered delinquent, Allen said. This subjects him to a one per cent a month penalty on the amount of he return New M. & A. Officials Plan to Open Segment HARRISON, Ark., March 31. (£• Owners of the long-Idle Missouri and Arkansas Railroad are here make plans for proposed reopejilni of a segment o! the system between HarrUon and Scligman Mo., RS the Arkansas and C-Karks Line. M, P. Grow, S. Fiankel and H Schwaitt. of New York, have corporated the Arkansas and Of arks Railway Company and hav applied to the Interstate Commerce Commission lor authority to oper ale between Harrison and Sellg man. They said they expect th permit to be granted April 6. They plan to handle carlo* freight only with Diesel engines. The orchid IK one of the large: flower families. i the Prelate cwrt fer the •hlckisawlw Dlelrirl •( Mluliaifpi Co»nl», Arkanau. n the Matter of the EtUte of Sim H. Wmianu, Deceased N.Uce U Creditor* Notice li hereby given that Let- crs Testamentary were this day granted to W. L. Taylor In the Eatate of Sam H. Williams, Deceased. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby not- fled to exhibit the same to uld ;ecutor, properly authenticated, within six (61 months from the date of this notice or they shall be forever barred and precluded from anr benefit In said estate. The Executor should be addressed: W. L. Taylor, In care ol The First National Bank, Blythevllle. Arkan- .v Dated this the 23rd day of March, 1949. W. L. Taylor, Executor of the Estate of Sem H. William*. Deceased. Holland & Taylor, Attyi. for Kxec. SJ24-S1-4J7 of March, 1««. ELIZABETH BLYTHE, Probate Court Clerk •124-31-417 In (he rrataU Cnrt fer Chlckawwk* District ef Cennty, Arkanaai. In the Matter of the Cstatt of Probate No. 1904. Joeeph E. Elklns, Deceased Nutlee ef Administration Notice is hereby given that Let- :ers Testamentary were granted to the undersigned upon the estat* ol Joseph E, Elklns on the 22nd day of March, 1948 by the Probate Court of the Chlcltasawba District of MissU- »lppl County, Arkansas. All persona having claims or demands against said estate must exhibit them properly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance within alx months from the date of the first publication of this notice or they shall be barred forever and precluded from any benefits in said estate. The address of the undersigned executor Is 1601 West Ash Street, Blytheville, Arkarwu. Dated this 32nd day of March, 16«. Orville O. Elklns, Executor Reid and Roy, Attorneys 3.24-31-4,7 CORRECTION Our i Price Mattress Sole Includes Only Floor Samples The Sale does not apply (o our entire stock, as WM advertised through error Wednesday. Hubbard & Son, Furniture Read courier News Want Ada;, Doctor iCts State Board Post LITTLE ROCK, March M, <fi — Governor McMath yesterday announced the following anpolntmenls: Dr. Dan Ham. Clarksvllie. to a new position or\ the Arkansas Board of Health, Dr. Driver Rowland, Hot Sprlngx, the new Educational Survey Commission. E. B. Grain, Fnyetteville, to tire Arkansus Livestock Sanitary Board replacing Jeff Brown, Sprlngsale. Dr. O. D. C.mipbell, Warren, and Dr. Hubert ahull, Texarkana, both renppolnled to the Veterinarian Examining Board. In the Probate Court for the Chickaaawba District of Miulastppi County, Arkanua, In the Matter of the Estate of Sam H. Williams, Deceased Notice of Probate of Will Notice Is hereby given that the Last Will and Testament of Sam H Williams was probated in common form by the Probate Court of the Chlckasawbi District of Mlsslsslpp County. Arkansas on the 23rd day of March, 1649. An appeal from such probate can be affected only b: filing a petition stating the grounds for such appeal within six monthi from the date of this notice. WITNESS my hand and seal a clerk of this court this the 23rd day We Are Proud to Announce That We Can Now Give You VOGUE Pattern Service Come in and See the Patterns DEPARTMENT STORE Across from the Ritz Theater Phone 3149 At PENNEYS First Again With Lower Prices!! 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