The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 18, 1949 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 18, 1949
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS PACT GOP May Delay Platform for '50 Wherry, However, Think* Now Is Time To Reveal Program WASHINGTON, Aug. 18. </P>— Republicans were reported in general agreement yesterday to delay until next spring any statement of party aims for the 1950 congreS' sional campaign. Senator Taft of Ohio, chairman of the Senate GOP Policy Committee, told a reporter that Informal "talks of leaders with Republican National Chairman Guy G. Gabrielson showed most .sentiment is against trying to draft any set of principles now. However, Senator Wherry of Nebraska, the GOP floor leader, said in a separate interview he thinks tli Republicans ought to make it tWclear where they stand on national ^issues well in advance of the campaign. "The Republican Party ought to come out with a platform advocating government economy and against the welfare state chat President Truman is trying to promote," Wherry declared. Hits "Pussy-Foodnt" "We are never going to get anywhere pussy-footing on issues and tlie sooner we make it clear that we are going to fight vigorously against tiie socialization ideas of the man in the Wllite House, the better off' we'll be." Wherry said he thinks the Republicans had better get busy in the midwest if thoy want to win next year's battle over control of Congress. Gabrielson, who met with a group last night to plan a Sioux City, Iowa, farm meeting September 21 and 22. said efforts will be stepped up to make this a major party occasion. niovie Fit Throwing Has (Overnment Assistance CONDON (AP)— Movie Producer Arthur Dent thinks audiences still vill laugh at somebody getting tapped in the face with a pie, just is they did back In the twenties. He has made free use of the old In his new film comedy, "Skim>y In the Navy." In' three weeks of shooting, the cast used 500 pies, paid for in part by a government production lonn. NOTICE In the Probate Courl of Cliicku- savtxa District of Mississippi County, Arkansas. In the Matter or the Estate of No. 1933 W. L. Hughes, deceased Last known address of decc;kut: Blythcvtlle, Arkansas. Date of death: July 30, IdW. Ail Instrument dated July 1st,: IMS, was on the nth day of August, 1948, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executrix thereunder. A contest ol the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons bavins claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be [orever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice ( published 18th day of August. 1949. BIRDIE T. HUGHES Executrix Blythevillc. Arkau-sas 8118-35-9; Tlie male hummingbird never sees near tt» nest altar the cgfia are laid. The common garden mol« has eyes, but they iue very smnll and sunken almost beneath the skin. Blyrheville RED TOP CAB CO MINERS RESCUED—Mine clerk, Charles Groesch <left> Is sliown above as he checks miners of Peabody Coal Mine No. 59, Springfield, III., as they arc brought to surface Monday after being cut off from main shaft by an explosion and fire. (AP Wirephoto). Native of Arkansas Sought in Gun Slaying COLUMBIA. Tenn., Aug. 18— IIP) —Sheriff Flo Fleming said yesterday Clyde Stanford/ 30, formerly of Clarksdale, Miss., and ft native of Arkansas, Is wanted for questioning in a gnn bailie in which , one man was killed here Sunday Knight.. Fleming said he will obtain warrants charging Stanfor,j with assault with Intent to commit murder and armed robbery. The sheriff reported killing James Dale McClain, 28, of near Clarksdale, in a gunfight at the door of a tavern, Grace's Place. Fleming said he fired o n McfJIain when the man reached for a gun while acting as lookout for a burglar inside the tavern. Competitive 'Vim' In Trade Sought By West Europe PARIS, Aug. 18— itTt— Western European nations yesterday announced a plan for injecting some competitive vjm into iti quota- bound trading system. Th e Idea Is to get rid of the ws nil over Europe that strictly limit, item by item and country by country, the goods that can be bought abroad. Economists agree that this should be done gradually, not all at once. The plan was given lo reporters by Nerve Alphnnd, economic chief in the French Foreign Ministry. He explained, however, that he was speaking not for France but "fis an international citizen," and chairman of the IQarea committee that drew it up. The committee is part of the organization for European Economic Cooperation (O EEO. Alphand said the organization "must give evidence that it is not merely a machine for dividing U.S. aid, but also a force for the unification of Europe." The plan, unanimously approved | by the OEEC council al a secret I meeting Saturday, calls for the Jobless Vet Poses As Blind Beggar; Gets Six Mont/is in Workhouse \ NF.W YORK, Aug. 18—(/TV—When . tall, 20-year-old Beecher Beth Mac- • Lcod, jr. got out of the Navy,! he couldn't find a job. I So lie taped u|> his eyes, put on dark glasses, and with a tin clip ' and cane toured busy Brooklyn streets as a "blind man." For thrtr months, he took in about M5 a day. which easily supported himself and his wife. j Tlmt was the story he told in ''• magistrate's court after he was arrested by 'a detective. The detective had' seen him drive up and park a car, before starting his daily beggar's rounds. Magistrate Charles E. Ramsgatc said people are not sympathetic to "fakers like you" and sentenced ; him to six months in the workhouse Marshall Aid countries to submit I a series of lists by Oct. I. I Me data's companion ran out and I " engaged in a running gunfight with officers, Fleming added. The mun was believed wounded in f "the exchange of shots. Fleming asserted that officers found a. hideout near Hohenwald, Tenn., in which McClaln arid his companion had been staying. It contained Rims, radios and other goods valued at some S'2.aOO, he added. The sheriff .said Stanford was reported to have left Clarksdale for his native Arkansas. He said he did not know the name of Stanford's hometown in Arkansas. 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