The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1949 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 25, 1949
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PAM -raw (ARK.)' COURIER MONDAY, APRrL 2C, 1949 Russian Admits Peace Possible Red Congress Told Communism Can Live Alongside Capitalism By Carl Harlman PARIS, April 25 (iVi— V. P. Volgln, vlc« president of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, told (lie Communist-led "World Congress for Pe»«" today that capitalism anil communism can live peacefully side by side .Volgin said Iliis in backing up a statement made to the Saturday by O. John Rogge, former a.ulstant U. S. attorney general. Rogge had told the that the United States Is nol tlu'ecitcned by the Soviet Union and (lie Soviet Union Is not threatened by the United States. "This gives people a different outlook on the prospects tor world peace," said Volgin, who heads the Soviet Academy's history and philosophy department. The Congress cheered him. Volgin took exception, however, (o Rogge> criticisms of the soviet Union Rogge drew boos and catcalls Honored Mis.t Muriel Another honor for Miss Muriel Kniidsou of Blytheville is hfr recent eleclion by her classmates to be alumna secretary of next year's senior class at MacMurray College in Jacksonville, III. This year she filled the important position of editor-in-chief of the Illiwoco. MacMurray yearbook which is just olf the prcsss. The theme, devised 'jy Miss Knudson, Is the theatre, with ihe three divisions of the book titled "The Saturdr.y when he said there was ' cast," "Thr Players," and ••Back- Insufficient freedom for political ] stage." She also wrote the foreword minorities in Russia. Denies Cliarft* "He is talking about somethinK he knows nothing about." Volpn said. "Every unpreSudic-ed person can see In Ihe Soviet Union that exploitation of man by man does not exist." Likt all but a few o( the speakers j her*. Volgin criticized the Uniled ' State* Obituaries Steward Infant Buried In Elmwood Cemetery Graveside rites for Kara Steward, infant rlaiiKliIrr of Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Steward, were conducted yesterday nl Klimvood Cemetery by the Ilcv. Allen I). Stewart, pnslor of the Kirst Methodist church. The child was dead at birth at Walls Hospital Priduy, She was the only chilli of Mr. and Mrs. Steward. Mrs. Steward is the former Miss Mary Kvelyn Smith. The Coljb Funernl Home was m charge of arrangements. Rites for Dell Child The In fa nl sou «f Mr. niul Mrs. Louis Frcpinnn nf Del! was dead »l birth nl tlir Walls Ho.spitnl yes- tordny, mid services WOT conducted nt Ihe Klrmvood Omni cry yesterday afternoon, hy the Rev. Allen D. Stewart of the 1 First Methodist Church. The T-Ycomati's have <i small daughter. The C'ohh Funeral Home WHS In charge of avrange- ments. , JAYCEES Radiation Badge and copy. "Atomic energy," the Russian said, Coach, Science Teacher Named For Junior High Earl Stabler, graduate of llcndrix College, and assistant coach of the "should be used for peaceful pul - ! Con*«y High school, luis been • * : atomic energy." Oilier speeches today riennunccd Americans as "imperialists." The delegate. 1 ; awaited a fonnnl ro.solit- tion condemning the West, to be acted on before this congress come, s to * close. At one point guards ejected 5x>ung Frenchman who tried speak from ihe press gallery. Mr. Nicholson snid thai Mr. Slnh- Court Requires Bargaining on Worker Pensions WASHINGTON, April 26 I.'P>—The Biipreme Court held In effect todtxy that employers must bargain with unions on worker pension plnns. Howex'er, only companies .subject to federal labor Ia\vs—that- Is, firms vhcse goods cross .state lines—are a,ffecteci. Likewise the unions Involved nuut be eligible [o use National Labor Relations Board machinery. Such & decision already had been handed down by the United States Circuit Court in Chicago In a case \ •fleeting the Inland Steel Company.! Inland appealed to the high tribu- . nat, contending among other things, I that It already has a company- wide pension system which would be destroyed by the decision. Further, Inland said all similar peiisioT* plans which aro company- widfe would be destroyed by the effects of the decision. The Supreme Court refused to review Ihe circuit court ruling, thus letting it stand unchanged. The circuit court decision upheld a national labor board ruling that the company engaged in an nufuir labor practice by refusing to negotiate with the'CIO United Steel Workers concerning Inland's pension plan. The ruling applied specifically to company plants at Indiana Harbor, Ind.. and Chicago Heights. Ill, which Ifir majored In science In collcf;<' and also will teach science In the school here, lie innmcd the former Tliplma Cook, daughter of Mr. and I } M- B. Cook of Gosncll in 1943. They have a son, Richard, who is 13 months old. Mr. Stabler is a native of Qulncy. Fin. Mr. Nicholson said that he was highly recommended by coach ivan S. Grave of Hcndrlx CollCRi* arid the coach at the Conway High School. Plan Memorial Service Tlie Golden Gale Chapter, Order of star for Negrop.s, will con- duel memorial services at 2 p.m. May 1 hi the Baptist Church. Cleveland p.iid Franklin Streets, it was announced today. The .services will be conducted by the pastor of the clmrch Rev. T. K. Hnybord. Girl's Body Found In Hog Pasture; Two Negroes Held Two O.sceoln NcKi'OP.s. Mnthew Ezcll. 37, -ml Mary Gray, ure being held In [lie Mississippi County MH in O.scpola loday on suspicion nf munlcr In conncclinn with Lhc flnaLh of an H-yrar-old Negro girl whose body WEIS found yesterday In a hog pasture behind the Mississ- ppl River levee near Osecola. A coroner's jury, meeting In OK- ceola this morning to invcfitinute Hie (tenth of the girt, who was identified ns Earncstinc Harris, returned a verdict of death dun to foal play nnd ordered the two" Ncfiroe? held without bond lo nwnil Circuit Court action. Knell testified before Ihe jury tills morning that he elioked the girl to death eai ly yesterday and p her body in the pasture but saic he was forced to do so by the Negro u'omrui. Mary Gray, u-ho saic thiil she was the child's grandmother. The Negro woman denied any knowledge of Ihe ehild's death. The body of the cirl was found yesterday morninc by an unidentified while boy. She had been dead several hours. •Coroner K. M. Holt of Rl.vthcviilc said that there were no visible marks on the girl's body and that an autopsy was held yesterday by Dr. L. L. Hubener of Blytheville. He said that he would revciw Dr. Hllb- ener'.s findings this afternoon. Read Courier News Wain Ads Continued Irom Page 1 of Jaycces composed of members who have Passed the maximum age limit of 35 years. Blytheville had the largest delegation at tile convention—23 members, Osceola was represented by 12 delegates, Memphis by 10 and Manila by 6. Klnorxtlo Cels 1950 Merting ElDorculo was selected as the convention site for 1950. Gov. Sid McMath received the C. E. Plainer Distinguished Service Award as Arkansas, "Man of the Year." Earlier this year, Governor McMath was named o. - of. the 10 "out-standing young men of the year" tiy (lie U. S. Junior Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Nicholson succeeded Gregory Dozier of Little Rock as state president. Mr. Nicholson last year served as vice president for Northeast Arkansas. Other officers elected at the convention included: Vice presidents—Bradford Eoff of Jlntrtson, JHIIICS flobgood of Arfca- delphia, and Dun Nail of Sherhlan. National director—Reeves Ritchie of Pine Bluff; alternate, Nathan Schoenfield of Hot Springs. Osreola Win* Award Other project awards went to the following clubs: Osceola—Second In publications. Arkadelphia—First in youth programs, second In project of the ,'Car and honorable mention itl public relations and Christmas activities. Crosselt—Second in sports recreation. El Dorado Fust In fire prevention and governmental affairs. rt. smith—First in publications, public relations, sports and recera- tlon and safely; second In agriculture; and honorable mention In Christmas activities. Harrison—First in Christmas activities and public relations (tic with Ft. Smith)* and honorable mention in sports and recreation. Little Rock—Honorable mention in Christinas activities. (Joveriior Is Speaker The T. H. Barton trophy for the best program in livestock and work with 4-H clubs iveiil to the Ft. Smith club. The Keep Arkansas Green trophy for the best project in for- conservation was awarded the Sheridan Jnycces. The state convention opened at the Hotel Marion Friday and ended yesterday noon. Among the speakers at the convention were Governor McMath. George H. Benjamin, field director of the Keep Arkansas Green Association, and senor Roberto de la Rosa, cultural agent for the Mexi- Ilospitalman Third Class Gerald Smith, of Betbesda, MU., Naval Hospital, wears the Navy's newly-adopted film badge which measures the ivearer's exposure to atomic radiation and other forms of radioactivity. Badge will be worn by all Navy personnel who work with X-rays, radio isotopes and industrial' radiography. Film is replaced and developed periodically. Oil Is obtained from the glossy I leaves of the small trailing slmrb, winlcrereen. Schoolmasters Meet- Tomorrow In Jonesboro A. B. Bonds, state commissioner of education, will be Ihe principal speaker at a joint meeting of the Northeast Arkansas .Schoolmasters' Club and the Craiglie? County Teachers' Association at the Arkansas Stute College in Jonesboro tonight. W. B. Nicholson, president of the Northeast Arkansas club and superintendent of the Blythcville schools, said that Mr. Bonds would return with the IJlyti.evllle group and si>end tomorrow here observing Ihe Blythevillc educational programs. Mr. Bonds, who .1:15 been commissioner of education since the first of the year, is touring much of the state to ncriimlnt. himself with the needs of \rkansas in the educational field. He will be guest o! the Blythc- ville Legion Club at noon tomorrow. Mr. Nicholson said today that Mr Bonds bad riot revealed the topic of his discussion, hut it Is believed that he will discuss school needs, and Interpret, recent school legislation. Mi'. Nicholson. W. D. Tommey principal of Blythcville High School Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary School supervisor, and John Mayes, county school supervisor, will be among those attending the dinner meeting from this county. Clay, poinsctt. Greene. Craighead and Mississippi County are included in the Northeast Arkansas District. employ 10.169 per.son.s. The ruling, however, would apply to all of the companies 19,000 employes in all Its plar-Ls Thief Dines In EVERETT!'. Hass.—Police investi- galin? a break into the home-of Mrs. llsrlr- De Angelis discovered the remains of a nearly meal on the kit;hen table left by a hungry thief who not onl . v raided the icebox but also ransacked the rest of Ihe house and escaped with *40 worth ol Jewelry. can government who Is attached to | the Mexican consulate in SI. Louis. Other members of the Blytheville delegation included Leonard Johnson. Cecil Graves, Harold Anderson, Roland Bishop, p. G. c.lpson, Marshall Blackmd, Otho Stanficld. Cecil Earls. Lagronne Whittle, Ramor Morton, Johnny McDowell. Dr. C. L. Craig. Lee Crowe, jr., Louis Lynch. E. C. Burnett. Bob Johnson, Billy Hyde and Fnrris McCalla. lli'iiiil ilnl H nttr. 7i% cum Kinn sriiiu T«t»IUlM rtMUT ».. IBDISVILU. Rr. 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