PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUWBR HEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1949 Tlic home was obtained tram llic Air Hose tlirougli the efforts of tlic 1 IJoy Seoul Troop Connnltvce of the iincrican Legion, hciulccl by Floyd OBITUARIES 2 Crash Victims Buried in Manila i Services Conducted '. For Millard English : And Brother, Raymond (•Joint funeral rites for Raymond 30, and Millarri English. 33. were conducted at 2:3C. tills afternoon. o.\ the Rev. E. W. Stovall. pastor of the Church of Christ in BlythevillL In the Baptist Church In Manila The Rev. C. D. Crouch, pastor o the Manila Church ol Christ assisted tlie Rev. Mr. Stovall. ' The brothers died from Injurlc received in an automobile uceiden ijear Turrcll. Friday afternoon. Ray pulled from the wreckage of llici In Memphis alter the bodies \vcr pulled from thcwreckage of the: burning cur. which overturned sev eral times alter a collision with an other car. Millard died yesterday , (he Baptist Hospital in Memphis, i Millard English, manager of 11 Meadow-brook Dairy here, had bee In Blythevllle for two years, havir come" here from Manila where I was reared. He was born In Ravci den Springs. His wife and daughter Sonja, reside at 521 Park Street, i Raymond English, a veteran of World War -II, and a distributor for Wilson Dairy, was born al Manila, but had resided in Blytlic- ville for the past live years. His yifc and daughter, Sharon nay, live at Lynn. ( The parents ol the two men. Mr and Mrs. Earl English, live at Miui- ila, as does the maternal grand- tathcr. A. R. Billiard. The thin brother. Eric E. English lives In Blythevllle. • Active pallbearers were lo be: Ho> Ashabranner. Clifford White, :'icrc Tatum. Bert Williams. Bill Shocklej Roy Key, J. W. Mnsscy, Jlinml Hall, Herbert iPoel Adkisson. Ma Isaacs. Hank Voder, and Oeral Costlier. Honorary pallbearers were Russell Carter, Cecil Lowe, a M Goodwin, Milton Stone, and Bud Giles. ' The Howard Funeral Home wns In charge ol arrangements and burial was ill the Manila Cemetery. John T. Dillon, Cooler Resident, Dies Suddenly COOTER. Mo., A)iril 19.—Funeral services vcrc conducted In the Methodist church in Cooler Friday afternoon for John T. Dillon, T2, who died of a heart uttiu-k in Ills home in Cooler Thursday. The services were conducted Viy the pastor Rev. Marvin Niblick. Mr. Dillon, who hart lived alone since the death of his wife eight years ago, was preparing to go to lepanlo. Ark., to visit his niece Mrs. Anderson, and had called a cab. Upon the arrival o! the cab driver he found Mr. Dillon 111 and summoned a neighbor. Within a short time he died. Mrs. Anderson und a nephew, Ellis Dillon, t.lso of Lepanto were the only survivors. Interment was In the No. 8 Cemetery. Blast Wrecks Wall MEMPHIS, April 10—UTi—A n early-morning explosion blew out the corrugated metal side-wall of a quick freeze and storage plant here today. No one was Injured. The cause of the blast was not Immediately determined. Dedication Ceremony Tonight : or Boy Scouts' Troop House Boy Scout Troop 31. sixjnsorcd liyfr M Dud Cason I'oil No. W, win avc a permanent home, following ornial dedication of the Troop ousc on the American Legion lot t 7:30 tonight.. The Troop will be presented n.s •harter tonight at the dedicatory ircgrnm, by Worth D. Holder, di-M- •ict commissioner. James Gales. chairman of the troop committee, will receive the charter and the charge and present them to viic I :roop. As part ol tlic ceremonies toniiihl a group ol scouts who huvc completed their tender fnol training will receive their badges at the lender foot Investiture ceremonies James Nicrslhclmcr, conumiiuli'i ol tlie Uiul Cnson !'<>.•>!. wll'. preside in Hit dedication ceremonies. The troop, composed o( 3'^ scouts which Is said lo be one ol the oldest In Mississippi County, has been sponsored by Ihc Legion poal for many years. Kencth Richardson If the Scoutmaster, nnd Lcc Rlchard- iii a assistant scoutmaster The Legion troop committee In- liidcs James Terry and floss _lcv- MI.S, as well as Mr. Gates am'. Mr. White. Dewey Denies European Tour Involves Politics ALBANY. N. VY., April 19. M')— Uov. rnomas E. Dcwcy will sail foi l?iii'0|>c May 5 amid political speculation ne has an eye on a U. S Kenals teat "Til.!. Is nol n political trill h s>iiy s-.'i.se 01 the wuid," Uewey told inporl"! 1 ' last niB'n in announcing his six'Weeks visit to most of the i aliens of Western Europe. He inscribed the trip as "a lioli- i.ay ami much-needed real." Hut it was understood lie would tonler I with [leiitlca, leaders In most coun- iies li'j visits. On 'Home Leave' South Missco Boy Scout Leaders Plan Activities The South Mississippi County Dis- liitt of Boy Scouts will mccl «l Joiner at 7:30 Thursday night, lo j consider u calendar for the current year's activities. Harold Ohlendorf. 'chairman, announced todny. Mr. Ohlendorf said that the calendar would be submitted for the district officer's approval, and tlicy would also receive the commitment shc-cl In connection with the National Scout Movement. "Ann ol Liberty." It was explained thai Ihc "Arm of Libcrly" commllincnts cover a two-year period of Scout work us well as an actual record ol the past year's work. Tlie movement, wllicl stemmed from nation-wide observance of Boy Scout Week, culls fo incvcasct'i clforts to Improve scouting, leadership, scout training and pro graining, us well as renewing in 1 teiT:.t of dropped units. The district officers will also dls cuss the linal plans for the annul Camporce to be conducted at Harris burg Corner, near Marked Trc April 28 and 20. Area Scout Council To Meet in Memphis I'he Executive Board of the North- cast Arkansas Area Council ot the Boy Scouts ol America met this afternoon ot the Hold Pcabody in Memphis. Members of Hie Kxccutive Hoard of Mississippi County expected lo attend the meeting were: Harold Ohlendorf, Steve Ralph and \Veluy Young of Oxceolu: I'lillllp Dm- ol Wilson and L. O. Nash, Cecil Lowe, Ross Stevens, Jiimes Terry, and J. M. Cleveland of Blythcville. Douglas' Eye Better LONDON, April 10— (/I'l—Doctors reported a "further slight Improvement" today In the condition of U. S. Ambassador Lewis W. Douglas' Civic Music Group to Present Fifth in Series of Programs HuluarJan Premier Georgi Dimi- Irov, above, who departed for Russia on "home leave," is Ibe source o( speculation that he may have fallen out with the Co.ninfoiui. Probably Ibe No. 1 Communist outside Russia, Dimitrov ilicl not join the general Connnlorm denunciation of Tito and had been censured in the past for advocating a Balkan ledculion in tlic lace al Soviet opposition. Jean Dlckenson, soprano, who has won acclaim as "nightingale of the airways," will appear In the Amer- can Legion Auditorium Thursday light as the artist for the final n the series ol five concerts to be presented In Bls'llieville this season ' the civic Music Association. Mrs, J. Wilson Henry, president of the association, said today that plans arc being made at this time for the 1949-50 concert season which will be the second for the local group which was organizes last fall with a membership o nearly 1.000. Admission to the concerts is by membership card only and th members attending Thursda night's concert to hear Miss Dick son will l>c given an opportunlt renew their memberships be re a campaign Is launched to ob In new members. One of the largest udlciiccs lo e entire .scries Is expected to tin it to hear Mis-s Dlckenson eve lough capacity crowds were o and to 'icar each of the thrc oncerls presented In ^ 1C There hove been [ears that Dou^s might lase the sight of the eye. hlch was snagged by a trout fly pril 4 while he was fishing in south of England. Stuttgart Eyes Change STUTTGART. Ark.. April 19— l/\'i —Citizens of Stuttgart voted today n whether they want to replace hctr mayor-and-aldctmcn form of Kentucky bluegrass Is slrlct green with no bluish tinge at according to the Encyclopedia Bri heater on West Main Street. The st ol the conceits was presented the Legion Auditorium and the ml concert Is to be presented ere. Mrs. Henry and other members the board of directors for the ssoclatlon were enthusiastic today •er the announcement that a larg- • stage and auditorium soon may e available for staging the con- cits hi Blythevllle. it was annouu ed today that the Mississippi Coun 1 Pair Association Is planning a ew building in Walker Park which will be available for use by th nusic association. Miss Dlckenson, a native of Mon real In Canada, has won acclaim as a radio artist. She began he career in music In Denver. Colo and later studied in New York Cit Her fh.st programs over the Na tional Broadcasting 1 Company's ne work were presented in 1935. Po more than seven years she has bee a featured singer on the America Album of Familiar Music. In 10 she made her debut with the Mel- and Main streets, where polltan Music Company and last ar made a tour ol principal cities the United States and Canada. .ivestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., pril 19, (If}— lUSUA)— Hogs 13,00; weight* 180 Ibs up 15 to 1.00 ower than Monday's average; llght- r weights and shows 50 to 15 lower; larket active at decline; bulk ood and choice 180-240 Ibs 18.-'5; op 18.50 for several loads mostly weights under 230 Ibs; 25Q-300 Ibs 11.28-18.00; around 350 Ibs 16.35; 140-170 Ibs 16.75-18.00; 100-130 lb pigs 13.00-16.50; largely 14.00 up; !00d sows 400 Ibs down 15.00-16.00; over 400 Ibs 13.00-14.50; stags 11.0013.50. Cattle 3,100; calves 1,800; open- Ing trade slow; few medium and good steers near steady at 2S.25- 24.50; little done on heifers »nd mixed yearlings with undertone weak; cows about steady but buy- Ing less aggressive than Monday; good cows 19.50-20.50; common and medium beef cows 17.50-19.00; canners atld cutters 14.00-11.50. BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIH OFFICE •NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 government a city manager yslcm. A light vote was expected on the question. Chicago Ahead Again CHICAGO — Chicago Is leading all others cities In tbe amount of counterfeit money passed, the U.S. secret service reports. The report, covering- the year cudine last June ;«, showed that $447.000 in false ] money was found here. That is 80 per cent of the S117.435 reported for the entire country. MEMPHIANS Continued from Page 1 city's support and assurances Oilier Mcmphians who spoke he yesterday included A. Arthur Ha and dipt C. O. Taff. command! „ office! of Ihc Naval Air Station at Mtil'iialon. Trim. Colie Stoli/, was master of ccrc- mnmrs. Mr. Sloltz and his orchestra pliijed i't Hie Jaycces' annual Beiury Piifennt here lii.sl year. A L. Whilmun i.s lour rhainnan. The five majorettes of the Bly- thevllc Hlfli School Band were in- Iroaucert dmir.i; the program and it wns [\imour.ccd that their picture li».d brcn picked by the Memphis Commercial Appeal as the "best hand picture of the year." The majorettes are Hcttv Holland. Doris Stone. Louise Sullivan. Viv So scarce Is sole leather In Soviet Russia that many indoor workers perform their duties cither bare- root or In bedroom slippers. . E-islcy and Ann Bright. Tl-c Band and majorettes will lake put in tl » Cotton Carnival and appear In one of the four parades during that week. The chartered bus in which the lour was Irnvcliug was met at the Arkansas-Missouri Stale line by a State Police Car and escorted to ..., loiiiMl by the high school band, etl by Drum Major Jimmy Lowe. The ba:'d, bus. city and stale wllcr escorts and open cars carry- ng Ihc ejrls In the tour.'parly paraded eist on Main S'reel to Second nml turned north to the City Hall. I'lic parade was arranged by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, with Robcr! Lipscomb 111 charge. Tanner Stop In Osceola In Ofceola. the tourists made thch lr>-;t stop of the day before returning to Memphis. They were welcomed (here bv the Osceola High Srh'tfl Band. Mayor Butler and members ol the city Council. Presidents of Osccola civic clubs were hosts at a dinner for the tou.- flvcn al the Community House following the delesation's appearance on the Court House lawn. Hosts ?l (he dinner included Leslie Speck. Kiwanls Club; Lloyd Goclley. Rotary Club; Dane Fergus, Chamber of Coir.mcrce; and Henry J Swift. Junk r C h umber of Commerce. Mayor Butler headed the welcoming committee, and Mr. GocUey re- spondcr to the invitation extended by the cainival group. Miss Seay and Miss Parker were presented corsages by the Osceola group Members of the Osceola City Council 'vho welcomed the tour Included W. W. Prewltt. Tim Bowles, C. W Wa'tson .Welby Young, Dave S Lancy and Clay Aycrs. 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