THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1949 FLYTHEVTLI.E (ARK.> COURIER NEWS PAGE NTK« Military Chiefs To Visit Europe Army, Novy Leaders To Talk Arms Aid With Pact Signers WASHINGTON, July 28. M>>—The United States Military High Command will fly to Europe Friday to .discuss the arms aid program with 4(jie Military chiefs of the Atlantic pact nations. Tlie National Military Establishment, announcing this yesterday, said the commanders of the Army, Navy and Air Force "will discuss matters of mutual interest, including the proposed military organization under Hie North Atlantic Pact, will) the military clile.Cs of European signatory nations of the pact and will acquaint themselves with current conditions in Europe." They also rill "Bain first hand Information on the status of United States forces" in Europe, the announcement said. The three military leaders—Army General Omar Bradley. Admiral Louis Denteld. and Air Force General Hoyt S. Vandenberg—make up the joint chiefs of staff. Maj. Gen. A. M. Oruenther. dl- CURTA1N CALL-Garbed in » '• --:-• -.--. . , „ ,,,„,, ie ,| curtain and stepping through a v« a"of Uif jolnfch!^! «*'»» * *»» »•"*" <* K- will accompany the commanders. They will appear before Congres slonal committees considering the military assistance program on Friday before taklnj of*. To Stay 1» daya They will visit Frankfurt, London, Paris and Vienna before returning to about 10 day*. Atlanta Judge Wounds .awyer. Former Partner ATLANTA, July 28. Wj—An IV anta judge yesterday shot down a lawyer, his opponent In a tangle of divorce suits and other leua^ ac- ions. I About 2:30 a.m.. police reported, | Fulton County Civil Court Judge Robert Carpenter, 44, nulled nis car alongside one driven by Attorney John Lockwood. 53. and filed at him five times with a pistol One shot wounded the lawyer in the face. He ran from the car ami tumbled into a muddy 4Q-fuv deep hole. A hospital later repor-d nis condition was fair. Carpenter and Lockwood were former business associates, but in recent months had become bitter opponents in nine court actions The judge was sued for divorce by his wife. Mrs Helen Carpentei who charged cruelty. She also filed $100.000 alienation of affections ill against Mrs. Estelle G Mnn- ul alleging the Judge was ir> love ith her. Carpenter in turn filed a divorce ction against Mrs Carpenter Ii t he alleged Lockwood had joinc< 'ith Mrs. Carpenter in an <ffur to defraud him of control ~ii Ih mperia! Hotel. He also charged tl.a jOckwood, whom he described as ne of his best friends am! .its wife planned to be married themselves. York, who was picked "Miss Curtain of 1949" by the exhibitors of the New York. Curtain and Drapery Show. louse Committee )kays Limits for 950 Cotton Crop WASHINGTON, July 28. AP) — The House Agriculture Committee e.slerday approved unanimously a .11 authorizing the secretary of ng- culturR to limit 1950 cotton plant- igs to 21.000.000 acres. Intended to balance production •Ith demand in the farm price sup- »rt program, this limitation would ompare with an estimated 26.380,000 acres planted this year and 22.68.000 acres harvested In 1948. The new bill, authored by Rep Pace 15-Ga) would amend present aw under which the secretarj ould not allot less tliau 27,500,000 acres next year. The vogue for hoop skirts was in full swing Jlvreen 1860 and 1870 BOAT CAPSIZK8 — Tile 18-foot cat boat Hee-Haw really gave I Quincy, Mass.. the laugh as they cling to the side ol the boat, »fter was capsized by 35 mile southwest winds In Boston Harbor. Youngquis and Pync set out In the craft to demand that the weekly Boston Harbo inter yacht club races be held, which officials postponed Because ol in strong winds. (AP Wirephoto) been convicted of violating the laws I this state, or any other state, re- I live to the sale of alcoholic ilq- •rs. Application is lot permit to Be Is- ui-d for operation beginning on the ilay ol Oct. 1049. and to expire on is 30 day of June. 1950. J. L Potter Subscribed find sworn to before ic this 2") day of July 1949. Mrs. Marshall Blackard, Notary Public My Coin inks ion expires 3953. 1-2S-4U KOTICE Notice Is hereby given the under signed has filed with (he Coinmis •stoner of Revenues of the State o Arkansas for permit to sell dispense beei at retail on the prcm !ses described as 3rd and Mall Leachville, Mississippi County. The undersigned stntes that h Is a citizen of Arkansas, of goo moral character, that ho has ucv been convicted of a felony or othi crime involving moral turpltutl that no license to sell beer by tl undersigned has been revoki within live years last past; ai that the undersigned has Leaf buds for the 1936 summer's crop of leaves formed lie trees In the early summer nonths of 1935. MacKenzie Continued (rum ftf * and. Katayma wld them: • "I would like to Ufce thi* ep. porlunity of isklnj forfiv»n*w for :he great crime committed by u* against our neighbors, especially the peoples of ih' East. W« are fighting to build a new JaptE, ft peace-loving and democratic rift- Hon." So he U -jotng back home, h« told me. to battle not only (or the economic but for the moral rehabilitation of Jap«n. H« think* these Lu'O things must go hand In hand 1( the country t» to jue- cee<l. • Fun For All! • !!iing the Family I FAIRGROUNDS AMUSEMENT PARK In Memphis • FREE PICNIC GROUNDS I'lenly of Shade and Water "18 Rides! *13 Games! 'Lots of Fun! OI'EN: Weekdays from 7 p.m. to Midnight Saturdays from 3 p.m. and Sunday from 2 p.m. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION On On June 18, IMS, letters o nm, ... -w~ .- -— 1 administration upon the estate o "Lmiitailon "of "time prevents a. Bo Cabie, deceased were granted to visit to each European signatory the undersigned, Grace Cable, whos nation of the North Atlantic Pact," address is Route 2, Box Sl«, Bly the NME said. "However, it is hop- theville, Arkansas. ed that talk! can be arranged with AH persons having claims agauu; military representatives for North h ja[d ^ te ^ required ^ a ^Atlantic Pact member na ions at sanf ^ ^ IldraVn i s , Tll . •fc>ny plw« covered In the itinerary properly authenticated, within convenient to them. . rhrt l six month, from the date of U» hi I of staff has already begun first Publication of thia notice, or informal talks with a representative 'hey will be forever barred and of the Canadian chiefs of staff on precluded from any benefits in »uch the question of military organization estate, under the North Atlantic Pact." Dated this the 13 day of July Although the chiefi have made 1940. inspection trips abroad individually, Cirac* Cable, thia will be their first such trip Administratrix Claude P. Cooper, attorney for 7JH-21-38 as a group. However, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower will not (o to Europe with the group. Elsenhower has been serving a« temporary chairman of the joint chiefs group but returned, to his Columbia University presidency post last spring and now comes to Washington only for occasional conferences. British Coins Drop Title of Indian Emperor LONDON. WV-New coins being issued by the British mint, for the first time since 1895. are appearing without the abbreviations Ind. Imp (Empeior ol India) in the king's title. India achieved her independence in August, 1947, but still remains within the British commonwealth administratrix. Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights "Wlwn disorder of Irfdney fraction permit* poisonous nutter to itmiln in TOUT blood. tt m*y cauM n*tndas WVache, rheumatic p«ins. I«B pains, loss of pep and enerffj, get- tine U P n'ehts, BwelUne, rmffincM under the eyei, beadmches and dizziness. Frequent or jeanly pauage* with smarting And burninc •ometitnes chow* there is Boroetbiax wevng with your kidneys or bidder. Don't vmit 1 Ask your druggist for Doaa'a PIUi. a tb'mulant diuretic, used successfully by millions for over 50 year*, Po*n'x fri*e happy rtlief and will hrfp th* IS mitea of kidney t\tW* flu»h out pobonoiu TOUT blood. Get Etotn'H Pill*. Proposed Budget of Expenditures Together with Tax Levy for Fiscal Year Beginning July 1J 950, to and Including June 30, 1951. The Board of Directors of BIytheville School District No. 5 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, in compliance with the requirements of Amendment No. 40 to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, adopted November 2, 1948, have prepared, approved, and hereby make public the proposed budget of expenditures together with the tax rate as follows: General Control, $13,074; Instruction, f263,651; Operation of school building, $22,000; Maintenance of school plant and equipment, $8,000; Auxiliary Agencies (including transportation), $8,642; Fixed charges (Insurance), $6,000; Debt Service, $41,500; Capital outlay, $451,000. To provide for the foregoing proposed budget of ex pendilures (he Board of Directors proposes a tax levy of 30 mills. This tax levy includes the present continuing levy for the retirement of present indebtedness. Seven mills of the above proposed tax levy of 30 mill* is for a proposed bond issue of $-150,000. estimated to run 30 years, for the purpose of erecting and equipping new school buildings and making improvements and addilions to present school buildings, which will constitute a continuing annual levy until the principal of and interest on the bonds are paid in full. Given this 20 day of July, 1949. Board of Directors, Blytheville School District No. 5 of Mississippi County, Ark. MAX B. REID, President. W. L. HORNER, Secretary You sauc more at Wards V. Save! Junior Rayon Taffetas $ 5 Regularly 5.98 Hurry in for Ihese, They are the very dresses we sold for 6.98 foil yearl Now, for a limited lime only, we slash th« price sMU lowed Swishing rayon tafferos in bright young plaids, some combined wilh solid rayon crepe. 9—15. 39c Cannon Towd Sate! 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