The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1949 · Page 12
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April 8, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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TWELVE BLYTHKV1LLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS FK1UAY, APRIL 8, 1949 Russians Ready To Use UN Veto Hearing Vota en Korea'* Admission By rrueb W. Carpenter LAKE SUCCESS, April 8. ( ftu«U'B 30th veto appears probable to Uw Security Council today. • Th« council 1* Ml to consider this •ttornoon the application of the ••ptfelir of Korea for membership. answ delegates figure a vote may b* Ween. If It comes. Russia is eel-tain to veto the bid from the ripubllc, which has Jurisdiction only over the iouthern (Amerlcan- oocupwd) »ne of Korea. Th. li-member steering o«mnit- ^^ended "entence. Negro Acquitted Of Murder in Fatal Knifing Case Jamec Travier, Negro tried for the fatal stabbing of another Negro In January, was acquitted yesterday by a Jury in the Chlckasaw- ba District of Mississippi County Circuit Court. He was tried on a murder charge for the death of Albert Patton, 28, on a gravel road near the Shonyo community Jan. 8. Officers said Patton died of stab wounds received In a quarrel over > nickel. Travler. represented by Attorney dene Bradley, pleaded self defense. The morning session today was occupied with the hearing of cases appealed from Municipal Court. In earlier nctlon, Everett L. Dodd. Jr., pleaded guilty to a charge of obtaining personal property by false and wns given a two- t«e meets today for preliminary de- bate'on the Dutch-Indonesian conflict. • India and Australia want Oils dts- puU put on the assembly's work ahMt. Thalr delegates say they know th» assembly cannot act while the Security Council Is dealing with th« Indonesian case but they be- )iev« to* pressure of debate In the assembly would speed Dutch compliance with Security Council decisions. Observers noted meanwhile that Russia's chief deputy foreign minister, Ar.drel A. Gromyko, has held his fire on the North Atlantic pact. He was expected to blast It soon aft«r the assembly 'convened last Tuesday. Indications are that he will pick the most opportune time for )u» attack. There is no indication when It will come. So far, Oromyko has not made a major address In this assembly. He ta slated to speak on the question erf Italy's former colonies at, the next meeting of the 58-natIon political committee, possibly Saturday or-Monday. The date had not been set when the committee adjourned last night after hearing Irom France and Britain. Some U.N. observers speculate thit this will give Gromyko an 'opportunity to blast at the North Atlantic pact. These sources say the Russians 'may nave decided not to present a formal resolution calling on the ' U.N. to condemn the pact. Such a resolution, they add, would be defeated and backers ot the pact could say then that the O.N. Is definitely behind the treaty. The sources »ay further Uial the Soviet delegate might decide not to risk a voto but to fire at the North Atlantic pact at every opportunity. Thi» would give them the advantages of airing their views without risking a defeat. Willie Lane, charged with grand larceny, entered a plea of guilty to a lesser charge of driving a car without the owner's consent and was fined »200, $176 of which was suspended. Leroy Wortham also changed hts pkn to guilty on the same charge. He wns fined «50 and given a one- year suspended sentence. Municipal Court convictions were upheld for Charlie Bedford, petit larceny, and K. J. and Lee Blackwood, gaining. Arfronians Oppos* FPC Regulation of Gat Wel/s WASHINGTON, April 8 Wj — Power Commission filiation ni Independent gas producers was described by an Arkansas operator as harmful to marketing gas for Interstate movement Into consuming areas as well as to development and wildcatllng activities. R. O. Lawton, Magniola, Ark., told a house Interstate commerce subcommittee yesterday oil and gas production cannot be reduced to a utility status. He urged approval of bills to prevent the commission from taking jurisdiction over the Independent/;' operations. Ijawton said the threat that the FPC may at any time exercl.se the latent Jurisdiction attributed to It by supreme court decisions Is a constant deterrent to Independent producers In marketing their gas for interstate movement and has a "definite depressing Lffecl" upon development. Opposition to FPC regulation of natural gas also wns expressed at the hearing by O. C. Bailey, chairman of the Arkansas Ofl and Gas commission. Bailey jald extension of FPC controls over producllon and gathering activities makes It more difficult for state conservation agencies to "effectively fulfill their responsibilities." Scoutmasters Training Course to Open Tonight The first In i training sessions i series of three | for scouters and scoutmasters In tile North Mississippi County District of the American lioy Scout's will he conducted tonight at 7:30 at the American Legion Hut. The sessions, to be about an hour a;id a half long, will be held on three consecutive Friday nights, and ill lie conducted by Bob Gardner, ht. Worth D. Holder. April 15, nd Elljert Johnson, April 22. The three sessions will furnish islruclion in eight phases of scout ork, including camplnk, hiking, rogram planning, troop organlza- on, and other fundamentals of routing. J. M. Cleveland is Icadcr- ilp training chairman for the dis- rict, Boy Scours Plan Spring Camporee For April 28-29 Plans for the spring Cam pores' for the Soulh Mississippi County District of the Boy Scouts of America were announced today by Vernon Jiunes, .superintendent of the schools at Luxora, mid chairman of the district's camping and activities committee. • Troops from eight towns In South Mississippi County are scheduled to participate In the Camporee to be icltl at Harrlsburg Corner, five mites north or Marked Tree, April 28 and 29. Early Voices Surprise Over Newest Assignment NORFOLK, Va., April 8. lift — S'«plien T. Early said today his nomination by President Truman as under secretary of defense "came to me as a surprise." He added, however, that "I had 24 hours forewarning that some thing might be done." "Mrs. Early didn't know it and my office didn't know it," Earl; tola newsmen on his return to Nor folk aboard the carrier Mldwaj from which he and 60 other civilian, witnessed naval task force exer cls&s off the Virginia Capes. He was notiilcd of the apnoint ment by radio while the Midwa was some 50 miles off the cape- yesterday. Early said. He decline to comment further upon the ap pointment "until It is confirmed.' 1 Hearings Scheduled for Larceny Suspects • preliminary hearing on felony ' charges arising from three burglaries In and near Osceola was acheduled to be held at 2 p.m. today for » Chicago Negro and his brother ind a Negro woman. Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Myron Nailling of Osceola said this morning h« was filing Information charting Irvin Austin, 31, of Chicago, *ith burglary and grand larceny and Leon Austin of Carson I*lc« with being an accessory. A. nephew, Louis Clayton, 13. Chicago, urill he turned over to Juvenile authorities, Mr. Nailling said. Also charged with receiving stolen property Is Lucille llopson. Leon Austin's "Intended wife." She Is accused of sewing In a mattress articles taken from the McMath Store. About $100 worth o( merchandise taken from the McMath Store in Oeceola was found in a room in Osceola rented by Ervin Austin officers said. Tne L«e Maxwci: •tore south of Osceola also was entered and two sweaters taken. Two troops from Osceola will be represented, and troops from Luxora, Victoria, Wilson, Kelscr, Dyess ant! Joiner. A new troop Is being formed at Whltton and It Is expected to be represented at the Cnmjjorec, too. Mr. James said that activities for the Camporee would Include field even Is, and scou tcr aft a nd camp craft, and that the troops would be graded on their proficiency in the various phases of .scouting activities. The group will assemble Rt 5 p.m. | on Thursday and campfire that mght will feature stunt performances to be presented by the various troops, and Friday's activities will deal more directly with scout- IIIK work. ' Mr. James said that cnch troop was to be responsible for food, camping and cooking equipment, and lhat .scou I in asters were being urf>ed to make plans for remaining vilh their troops overnight, Mr. James said that although no Coiir^ of Honor would be held, It wns hoped that the Camporee would further advancements to be i-erognized at a Court of Honor planned for May. A similar Camporee i* being planned for North Mississippi County district. Read Courier News Want Ads Cor, Truck Collide On South Highway 61 Mis. Travis McCain, 1808 West Cherry, received a slightly bruised arm early thi» rnornlng when the ar driven by her husband collided with a trailer truck at the intersection of South Highway 61 and Hendercon Street. Driver of the truck was Odell Mrker of Peach Orchard, Mo. A :ollce report said Parker told officers he had stopped for traffic prior •o turning across the highway Into Henderson Street when the collision occurred. Fender and front end damage resulted to both vehicles, tl'e police report said. No arreste were made. Jvestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Til. \pril 8 (IP)— (USDA> —Hofis 8,000; iiarket 25 to 50 lower than Thursay's average after few steady eals early; sows weak to 25 lower; 80-240 Ibs 19.2ft-1i); top 20.00; most nter sales around 19.25; 250-300 l)S IB.25-10.25; HO-170 Ills 17.509.00; 100-130 Ihs 14.00-17.25: sow.' 100 Ibs clown 16.50-17.50; few al 17.75; over 400 Ibs 14.50-1C.OO; few G25; stllRS 12.00-14.00. Cattle 500; calves 500; limited iupply of cattle selling Mayor Hat Mumps WEST MEMPHIS, Ark., April *. (dV-City officials elected Tuesday didn't, take their oath* of office last night. They put It off for a while. The reason; Mayor P. Melvin Dacus. who was re-elected for third term, joined his younger «on in nursing the mumps. 25.00; common and medium 19.0022.00; common and medium beef cows 10.50-18.25; canners and cut- tera 13.00-16.50; light shells 12.00 down; medium and good bulls 19.00 -20.50; cutter and common bulli Rcnrrnlly I 16.50-18.00; vealers 1.00 higher; good .teady; odd lots medium and good i and choice 28.00-35.00; common tieifeis and lightweight steers 22.00- and medium 22.00-27.00. $150 I I094 ^J~M-~ *4 67 rr-»««. COMPARE BACK LABELS Correction: Pet Milk 3 Toll or 6 Small Cans HAYS STORE AND YOUJOO, WILL BUY SCHENLEY/ ...NEW PALETTE TONES . . . SOFT^SHADES OF BLUE. GRAY AND TAN Gaberdine and Worsted Suits by Hart Sckaffner & Marx 69 50 There's nothing lik« color to give you the Spring lift you*r« looking for . ... soft colors in good taste . t r» colors that will be teen wherever well-dressed men gather. Color* that enhanc* the lustre of Doeskin Gaberdine ... a smooth, closely-woven fabric with tha magio resiliency that distinguishei only the better rrualitiei. All-wool worsteds in an array of new pattern* .?.-. tailored with all the skill of those master craftsmen. Hart Schaffner & Marx .... in regular and patch pocket models. SCHENLEY Schenley continues to blend, with pre-war quality grain neutral spirits, the same rich measure of A Q and ft year old whiskies.* * GENUINE: PRE-WAR QUALITY BUNDED WHISKEY, 86 PROOF, m STRAIGHT WHISKIES IN THIS PRODUCT ARE 5 YEARS OR MORE OLD. 35% STRAIGHT WHISKEY. 65% GRAIN NEJTRAL SPIRITS. 10% STRAIGHT WHISKEY 5 YEARS OLD. 21% STRAIGHT WHISKEY 6 YEARS OLD. 4% STRAIGHT WHISKEY 7 YEARS OLD. COPYRIGHT 1949, SCHENLEY DISTILLERS CORPORATION. NEW YORK CITY. Three, Facing Prison Terms, Break Out of Jail ASHUOWN. Ark., April 8. M*>— Three yr.uths escaped from the Ashdown :oll here last night. Little River County Sheriff Tom Jester identified the three as: Ivan Burl Pickerson, 18. Johnny Bensky, 16. and Jimmy R. Beasley, IB. oil of Foreman, Ark. The sheriff said the youths were believed to have burglarized an Ashdown residence shortly after their e.wape in a search for arms. SISTER ROSETTA THORPE Here In BlylheviHe! 8 P.M. SATURDAY American Legion Auditorium Siller RowtU Thorpe 2 Full Hours at Gospel Singing Pl»n to attend this concert le«turing one of America's truly gre»t gospel singing •Urs, Sister Rosetta Thorpe, »ccomp»nied by talented Sister Murie Knight. 500 seats in the center section, reserved for whlto, »re J2.00. The grand- •tand seats, reserved for colored, are on sale at $1.35. All proceeds go to charity. NOW We Offer... FREE •UUr Marie patrons are arjed to call early for I f»Uon*. rie»e call Jimmle Deal at «2l I 44CT (at night, 3527). . | H««r Sistev Rosetia Thorpe over KLCN 5:00 p.m. Sal. | l?hitt r««T «r 44« CAR INSPECTION SERVICE For all Chevrolet Owners. We are offering a complete car inspection free of charge! Good only during April. Our expert me- chanics will completely check the inside and outside of your car. No obligation, no delay. Bring Your Chevrolet to Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Co. 301 W. Walnut Phone 578 If It's For A Man-Mead's Will Have It MEAD'S MAIN •!««"

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