The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 4, 1949
Page 12
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TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL '4, Two Air Reserve Units Activated Blyriuville Group Plans Organizational Meeting in Two Weeks Composite air reserve units for Blytheville and Jonesboro have been activated by the Air Force, It was learned today. These units will be Just "fill-In" units which will operate without plane: and will serve chiefly to keep active commissions of officers and enlistments of enlisted men attached to them. C«pt. Clifton E. (Gene) Kood of Blytheville has been named by the Air Force as commanding officer of the unit here. Major Harry E. Latourette will command the Jonesboro unit. A 'enialive table ol organization for officers of the Blytheville unit has been drawn up by air reservists here. The first organizational meeting of the unit Is expected to be held within the next two weeks. Unrumbred as yet. the units have been formed within the 25001!) Air Force Reserve Training Center, which has headquarters at Barksdale Air Force Base, La. Both arc attached to the 517th Bomb Squad- I ron at Adams Field. Lltlle Rock, for training. Assignments of reservists to these units are obtained by submitting applications, to the Barksdalc Base headquarters. Air Guard Unit SouRht, 'loo Included in the tentative command organization for the Blytheville unit are llic following: executive officer. Major Jack Finley Robinson; adjutant, 1st u - Worth D. Holder; operations officer, Capt. Charles G. Bitlner; assistant oirera- tion* officer, Capt, Howard De- Splinter; squadron navigator. Capt. Roust Harp; Eq\iadron bombardier, Isl Lt. Joseph W. McHaney: engineering officer. Lt. Col. Wendell M. Phillips; finance and supply officer Maj. Gene E. Bradley. Tentatively listed as flight commanders and assistants arc: Flight One Lt. Fred Steadman and Lt Dick White; Flight Two, Lt. Tolei B. Buchanan and Lt. Charles Harker Flight Th:ee, Lt. L. C. Posey Jr., and Lt. John C. Bright; Flight Tour, Lt. Hicks Ynrbrough. Mr. Holder, who is manager of the Chamber of Commerce, said that application also Is being made for a reserve unit equipped with planes and an Air National Guard unit. Both are being sought In the hopes of getting one, he said. Chances of getting an Air National Guard unit for Blytheville appear better, Mr. Holder said. Obituaries Paul Enloe Buchanan Dies in Sanitarium Old Romance .eads to New Difficulties Paul Enloe Buchanan, 36. brother of Mrs. Sam Edrington «nd Clyde Buchanan of Osceola, died at the Booneville Sanitarium today alter a two months' illness. Funeral arrangements arc Incomplete. Mr. Buchanan had made Ills home In Sikeston. Mo., for the past seven years, where he was engaged In farming. He was born at Waverly, Tcnn., and was a member of the First Christian Church there. He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mildred Moore Buchanan, formerly of Blytheville; his parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. G, Buchanan of Sikcslon; three brothers, Clyde Buchanan, Joe Buchanan of Sikeston, and Elmer Buchanan of Caruthcrsvllle, Mo.; and three sisters, Mrs. Edrington, Mrs. William McCrary of Hayll, Mo., and Mrs. Roy Carl Marsh of Sikeston. ftowa/i Woman Dies After Long Illness services for Mrs. Laura Virgini-t Carter. 52. were conduclcc this afternoon a' trie Garden Poln Clinpo) near Et"waU, by the Re\ K. A. Garner p.istor of the Church cf Ood of which she was a mem i-ej. Buna! was In the Garden Pom Omcterv Mrs. carter widow of Arthur Car kr, dirt 4 Prinay at a Fort Stnit hospita 1 aftev having been HI fo sevem: venrs Slip was born in Gimlowii, Miss but ha:j made hei home in the I-'to wan Community for nbuut 20 year Two nf her five sons. Clarence an '. elanfi Carter, reside at Etoua She Is also survived by six grant children. Th" Swift r'linrral Home of O, coob was In ul-nrpc ol arrangi incuts Arkansan Dies 52- SIGNATURES Continued from Page 1 MEMPHIS, April 4 W)—A ear-old Atlantan pleaded Innocent oday to a charge that he shot mid rltlcally Injured his daughter's ex- over, > war hero, In a downtown otel here Saturday. Albert Ivadean Clicsshcr. 52, cn- ered his pica upon arraignment In ty court on an assault to murder harge. He was fined $51 for carry- ng a pistol and »'as held to the late on the other charge. Chessher was accused of shooting faster Bgt. Henry G. Hynds, Jr., 0, of Milan, Tcnn. Hynds was ound wounded In a sixth floor ,otel corridor near Clussher's hotel oom. He Is In critical condition .•ith a bullet wound In hJs lung nd spine. Chesshed'i daughter, Mrs. Mabel Elizabeth Orte'ga, was held to the late on a cha <e of accessory be- ore the fact of assault to murder. She pleaded Innocent. An accessory charge against Paul Keith Mitchell, 21, of St. Joseph. Mo,, was amended, and he was held a material witness. Police Inspector Pete Wlcbensn gave this account of the shootlnu: Hynds. who won Hie distinguished Service Cross with Ihc lllh Airborne Division In the Pacific, came here to discuss with Mrs. Orte'ga the possibility ot adopting Mrs. Orte'ga's six - year - old daughter. He and Mrs. Ortc'ca met with Chesshcr in the father's hotel room, and the shooting resulted. Chessher has made no statement The woman told reporters she and Hynds had a romance In 1941 while she was married tt--hut separated from—another man. And Mrs. Hynds, here at her husband's bedside, told reporters her husband had told her before their rmirringc of his romance with Mrs. Ortc'ga. 1941. Jt Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, when 1'ip Inlfr-Amerlcan nations made a Western Hemisphere pact. Nelt'KM that treaty, nor the European blllance drawn along slmi- IM llnci. would cause the United Stat.s 'automatically" to go to war n. event of an attack on one of the uther member nations. Bui fir extent to which this na tlon wiriid be "mul-ally" committed to fighl in i European war, started bv an altack on a member of the 1/iopose'l new alliance, will provide one of 'he big issues In Senate debt tr> i>n the North Atlantic treaty The other major Issue expecte< | 0 come up In the Senate is whether 'he treaty would pledge the United State/: to help rearm Wcs- I lern t;i'.rope Some senators, who have indicated they might vote fo i ihu truly, 'lave declared Bgalns I Administration plans for a mllltarj assistance program, estimated tr rest around $1.350.000,000 the firs year. To Reach Senate Soon Milc-nt Truman Is expected send tiif treaty to the Senate with ir a («;w days. Kalificatior is the last step need c"l to make the pact effective. 1 A'ill come into force as soon as ;F rn'.lfi°d by Belgium. Canad l^an'-c Lu^niimiLi-fi. the Neihcr In 1Kb: lr.c Un'tcd Kingdom and th l)ni'<.d States Those are the seve nations which negotiated the pal in conl^renccs which began he mat Jut" aiul continued Into mid March The seven nations subsequently nivitcd Norway Denmark, Iceland I'nrtu'j.. and Hwy to join in sign- .k.Sj and they act-opted. Only three nutlons holding stra- u-Bi- WlUnns li' the North Atlan- l-,c ntsv arc "Jt ol the picture. They :ir<> th* Republic of Ireland, which' rcclinrj to Imvc any part in an nl- ilmv- with Biitnin; Spain, with \»hich the other Western slates are ml on good terms; and Sweden which rhose to remain "neutral." Blytheville FFA ludging Teoms Win Four Awards Blyihevllle's Lloyd Chapter, Fu- ure Gunners of America, won two cam and two individual awards at Northeast Arkansas iJbtr Contest, Friday and Stilur- ay in Arkansas Stale College In one.sboru. Winning lirsl place In Lcum Judg- ng ol dairy products was the learn omposcd ol Dun Bunch, Jerry Hol- iiijjswoi'lh and Fred Fauyht. Bunch was named Ihc indlviduu winner on the dairy Judging learn The judyiau learn coutpuuuu o! 13illy Jackson, Charles Lutes am Kuoncc pkaccU second ii. ivcslock judging. In ijuuitry judging, Lee Duclos ol BlyU.eville svon Ihc t\rt,l place urcl for individual enlrles. slegro Deaths Graveside services were conduct- d this afternoon for the Infant on of Charles and Lizzie Shields, 'he child was dead at birth, yes- crday at Walls Hospital. The icr- Iccs at Sandy Ridge Cemetery were onducled by Rev. M. Freeman, >astor of the' Number Nine Negro Church. The parents and several '••others and sisters survive. The Ionic Funeral Home was In charge arrangements. Luxora Girf Selected To Represent Sorority At University Festival MJss Sai'ah Luni-'.stoJi ol Luxora freahnuii) at (lie University of Ark an.m.i, lias bmi selected lo repre sent the Delta Gamma .social so rarity in the annual Arkansas Gac bale festival, April 28-30 on th Campus at Fuycttevillc. Mu-s LHiig.'itoii svus runner-up I tli2 to select Miss Soul Mississippi County last summer. THEATER LEACHVI LLE , ARKANSAS. STARTING T1MK Weekdays: 7iUU Si 3:IIU I' Saturday & Sunday: I f* With continuous Stii)wln Last Time Today 'THIS TIME FOR KEEPS' with Kslher Williams ami Jimmy Uurante. News, Cartoon & Short 1'lie I 1 rienclly Yard has Storm Sash C. Koliinson Lumher men forfeited bonds on clinrgcs of WASHINGTON. April 4 M'i—Mrs. | driving while under tlic inllucucc Wear K. Schoonover, 35. died in' of liquor and n third wns fouiul Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore.' guilty and lined on the same Counties Get Funds Tuesday /( A WALK ALONE" with Hurt Lancaster Lizubcth Scott and Wendell Corey Short and Hollywood Screen Tcs tNlglit \ V^ How long lias it been since your trucks have had a chassis check-up? Can you absolutely depend upon your cruck brakes? And wheels —are they out of lulancc ami beating the life out of your tires? See ui for the profitable answer to those questions. Our International Trained mechanics are expert chassis men, 'Ihey have the tools and parts to puc your brakes in tip-top condition economically anil quickly. For the sake of safety; for economy, and to insure sound underpinnings for those payloaits, take advantage of our complete wheel, brake and chassis service soon. 3/2 SOUTH2ZPST. INTERNATIONAL Trucks LlVI'lrE ROCK. April 4, dV) The Scitc of Arknnsns has turned Saturday following an opcraton. | charge. Butler Cope was fined $50 j ^acl- to comities- $533,321 as then Her husband is a former football am i costs on a plea of guilty while i.-hatc •• gasolh-.r tax and $216.742 end at the University or Arkansas . t,otils Caglc forleilcd a $35.25 bond ;is thc.r share of severance tax tor He now is an attorney with the < and J. T. Banks,.one tor $41.15: ihc quarter of 1943. Department of Agriculture at I '• Washington. Funeral services will be at Fort Mycr, Va., chapel tomorrow. Stores, Post Office Burn GOULD, Ark., April 4. «V-Fir Runday destroyed three stores and the post office here. The post office nfe ano Its contents were saved. Dumaga was estimated at $60,000. R*«d Courier News Want Ads. State Line Resident Held on Theft Charge Charlie Wilson, of the State Line community, is to be tried in Municipal court next Monday on a petit larceny charge arising from the theft of a car battery here early yesterday morning. A police report staled that Wilson took a battery from a car belonging to C. E. .Drake, 111 East Rose. The theft occurred abou 1 3:30 a.m. Sunday while the car was parked in front of the Dells Cafe A continuation ol the trial unti next Monday was granted in Munl- cisial Court this morning. In other court action tod»y, two Kentucky straight Bourbon 5 years old.,. 4J5QT. ITIUISHT IOUKICN WHISKtY M PHOOF.ANCIEUT »5t DISTILLING CO..FRANKFORT,KY. Yes, The Record Counts! But Does It Show Performance! With Unprecedented Time and Money at His Disposal, Can the 4th Term Mayor Say Today: The streets are wider? Adequate playgrounds functioning? Needed sidewalks installed? Zoning safeguards exist? Air Service Secured? Natural Gas a Reality? And Scores of Other Questions the Voters Have a Right to Ask. NO! 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