The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1949 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 25, 1949
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FAGB TWO BLTTHEVTLL1 (ARK,) COURIEB NEW* MONDAY, JULY 28, 1«» Proof of Slave Labor Claimed British Government Says It Hat Evidence Of Russian 'Camps' B<r Lynn Helnnrtinr GENEVA, Switzerland. July 25. (AP)—The B r 11 i £ h government etalmn to have documentary proof that forced labor Ls fttl established lepal policy of Hie Soviet government. It says it believes about. 10,000.000 persons—10 percent of Russia'* worklns population—are in forced labor camps. .' The British delegate to the United Nations Economic and Social Council, Corlcy Smith, made public a set of document* he said were laws and regulations coverine the forced labor policy of the Soviet government. • The British published photostatlc copies of what they claimed were the original Russian texts, running to 8500 words, plus full Trench and Eneli-sh translations These documents will form the basis of Britain's case against aliened Russian slave labor which Is being investigated by the council under terms of an American motion approved last March 1. One ol the demands then was (or a survev bv a U.N. commission of condition. 1 ; inside the Soviet Union. Russia denounced this as a plot by Britain and America to get spies Into her territory. Precious attempts to bring the slave labor question to a head have been stymied by Russian assertions that there was not forced labor in the Soviet union and that Western claims to that effect were "impcr- ialLsilc propaganda." toy In Chest-to-Toe Cast Takes His Piano .essons Lying Down GREEN BAY, Wll., July 36. (AP) —Pudgy, six - year - old David O'Blenu lie* down on the >ob when aking hU piano le&son* It'* not that he's lazy. The reason U that h« can't sit down. He slays the piano while lying atop the lichen table on his iloma/ch. David I* in a c*st from his o (he lofx of hU lell too. Only hLt Lghl left IK ^e«. The lad Is a victim of Perthes' a fairljr rai-« condtUon which cau.s» the head of the hlp- x>ne to die. Specialist* recently told David's parents (hat h* would be able to walk Ul from three lo £ix 'ears. His came came to the attention of physicians about a Tear and a ialf ago. A piano instructor who heard of he boy's plight .stalled him on a year's fre« piano lessons on hi* birthday last April. Argument on Borrowing Starts Cham Reaction NEW YORK, July 25. ttVr— An argument Saturday over whether a man should borrow money (rom n woman h»d this chnin of consequences: A rifle was fired but no one was hit; a man leaped from a window and was seriously hurt; another man fell into the East River, *nd later was booked on felonious as5»ult charges. Police gave Lhl.s account: William Sarlch, 37-year-old cab driver, approached A party In a second-story restaurant and borrowed $5 from Martha Kelly Jackson. +0. WilUnm Levadax, 31, and another man present, objected, say- Ing * man shouldn't borrow from R woman. The argument hit a climax when Sarich produced » rlf^.^wuLillred at from he fell In. Dragged out by police, he was taken to • station house and booked on ».wault charges. Police didn't find the rifle. Haile Selassie Is 57 ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia,, July 25 . (fi —Booming 21-gun volleys opened the celebration of Emperor Haile Selassie's 57th birthday anniversary Saturday, CHAMHKKS AT WOKK—WhUtaker Chambers, chief proseculloi witness in the Alger Hiss inn-jury trial, shown tabuvci working on nis farm in Westminister, Md.. Chambers look time out fvom his work to pose for newMtiel camera-men and went back to his (arm chorea. (AP Wirepholo), Would-Be Divorcee Forgets Ex-Husband LOS ANGELES, July 25. (AP) — Mrs. Dah Hamann, seeking a divorce from her sixth husband, was .somewhat embarrassed when he countered with a charge she had forgotten to divorce one of her five piwious .spouses. As she stepped to (he "stand to testify, the husband, Walter Ha- ninnn. 4fi. retired insurance executive, had her arrested. Mrs. Hamann, also 48, was Jailed \ a Nevada fugitive warrant charging her with bigamous marriage. She Ls charged with failing to divorce James Balsinger, whom she married In 1929. Mrs. Humana said she thought Baisinger obtained a divorce after their separation in 1932. The current divorce trial was continued until later. Mrs. Dionne Visits Pope VATICAN CITY. July 25. (AP) — Pope Phis XII Saturday received in .special audience Mrs. Olivia Dionne, molhcr of the Dionne quintuplets. The audience lasted more than 15 minutes, d,uriU£.,wlu£h the ' " '' Boy, Trying to Save Dog, Sideswiped by Train ..BALTIMORE. .Julr .Z5. .(/Pi .— Twelve-year old Wayne Heubeck tried to save a stray dog from being hit by a train Saturday and was seriously hurt himself. Wayne was sldeswlped by a Pennsylvania Railroad Express. No one aboard, apparentyl, was aware o! the accident. The train didn't slop The dog was killed. Ex-Slave, 100, Registers MEDIA. Pa.. July 25 —(iT>— John 9 raying tot flogging Brings Preacher's Arrest BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Juljr 26 </fi —The Rev. R. c. Lyons, minister acctiKd of praylni for a prostrate lotting victim just before a lasli- n», wu arrested Saturday on four grand Jury Indictments. They chained flrsl degree bur- lary and. In three cases, flogging while masked. The burglary charge, a capital offense, usually arises rom forcibly entering an occupied dwelling. Lyonn, arrested last week on a. warrant, denied to newsmen that le knew anything about any flog- ;ing. or that he was a member of i»d been preaching about three the Ku. Klux Klan. He said he years. Lyons is a mule-handler at a coal mine on weekdays. A. Harris, who gave his age as 100 • nd said he once was a slave In Virginia, registered as a voter in this Eastern Pennsylvania town today. Harris told registration officials he was born in Virginia on March 25, 1848. Burglars Loot Store* While Passing Train Drowns Out the Noise MELBOURNE, la.. July 25. (;7>J— Working swiftly under the cover of a rumbling train which drowned out the noise of breaking glass, thieves systematically raided this small town early Saturday. They fled when the fire siren was set off to rour^ the town. Mayor Al Sariderman said the thieves broke Into 11 of the 1« business places In this town of 500 persons They escaped with »100 cash he said. Sanderman said the burglars apparently took advantage of a pass- Ing train to speedily smash the door glass of stores. The men then began looting f-e stores. The warning was .sounded by the telephone operator. She was called by a resident who lived over one of the stores and heard the thieves NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION On June 18, 1M9. letters of administration upon the estate of Willlxm Raymond Phillip*, Jr., deceased, were granted to Ihe undersigned, whose addrtM i* Leactwjlle, ansas, instead of Manila, Ark- ansa*. which wajs inadvertently ,{lven as the address of the admin- istratrix under date of July 13 ••*«, All persons having claim* against the said estate are required to exhibit the, same to the adminlfitra- irli, properly authenticated, with- fififi WITH QUININE ^^ ^^ ^^ BRINGS PAST RELIEF FROM CHILLS & FEVER in six month* from the date of th« I first publication of thli notice, or I they will be forever barred and pr«-1 eluded from any benefit* In such estate. Dated this the ISlh day of July I 1»4». ' Wanda L, Phillip*, Administratrix I Claude F. Cooper, attorney for I administratrix 1-1*. 1-J6, S-l I ASPHALT COTTON PICK SACKS TKlMKCSTIUBNKCOnNPKHSACI , MTtKMMWT. 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The New York archbishop, in a letter to jMrs. Roosevelt which he made public, attacked her for opposing federal funds for parochial and private schools In her daily newspaper column. Assumes Command MEMPHIS. July 25. (AP) — I,t. Col. Robert A. Harvey is the new commanding officer at the Marine Air Reserve Detachment at the Naval Air Station near here. I Colonel Harvey succeeds Lt. Col. ' William A. Kuretich. who has been transferred to the Marine Corps Air Station at Cherry Point, N.C. THL GR\\iS (C)\II>\\Y \\\ \l M)I\> Re<it F»( oi>(.Lt>L\ em HI MI 1 1 Phone 30751 HOT IDEA! Treat Your Family to FRESH PEACH OUR TASTE OF-THE-MONTH V WOODS DRUG STORE 221 Wesf Slain You're Cordially Invited To Attend The FORMAL OPENING of Our Newly Remodeled Bank Building WEDNESDAY, JULY 27 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. For many long months you have graciously endured the discomforts occRsioned by our remodeling work. For that we wish to thank you. Now the bank has been finished, and the First National Bank offers you increased efficiency in banking service . . . improvements which have hecome necessary to accommodate our growing city of Blylhcvillc nnd the expanding economy of this Delta Rcpion. \Vc invite you to come in Wednesday and join us in dedicating our newly remodeled building. FIRST NA TIONAL BANK "The Only National Bank In Mississippi County" 1 ,

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