The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1951 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 26, 1951
Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, flEPTEMBEK t8, International Masonic Groups to Meet in State BLTTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COimiBR KBWI*' LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 26. (/P) — Two International Masonic groups will meet in Little Rock early next month. 48 years after they held their first meetings here. The two organi2aUons are the General Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters and the General Grand Chapter of Royal Arch " " «. The two,, both York Rite tes, first met here in 1903 at the old Masonic temple. Hits year the General Grand Council will meet at the . Albert Pike Memorial temple on Monday «nd Tuesday, Oct. 1 and 2. The following two days. Oct. 3 and 4. there will be meetings of the Genera! Grand Chapter. Each group meets only once each three years. The genera] Grand Chapter and the General Grand Council are International in scope. The fo/mer has members in Alaska, the Canal Zone, Canada, Chile, Cuba, Hawaii, the Isle, of Pines, the Philippines and Puerto Rico besides those in the.United Suites. Between 1,200 and 1,500 persons are expected to attend the meetings. Preside Shrine of North America, and Tom Law of Atlanta, past imperial potentate. Speclaljivents Planned In addition to the general sessions. .several state groups are planning special events. Dusenbery and other grand chapter officers will Ije honored by the lave, delegation with a reception at Hotel Marion the night of Oct. 2. Sightseeing tours, Including a trip to Hot Springs, are planned for wives of members. Preceding opening of the Grand Council's assembly, religious services will be held at 8 p.m. Sunday Sept. 30. at the First Presbyterian church here. The sen-ices, first in history of the general grand bodies, will be. under direction -of the Rev. R. D. Adams, pastor of the church and grand chaplain of the Grand Royal Arch chapter of Arkansas. The Rev. Ehvyn Guy Williams of Los Angeles, chaplain of the California preach. Brand chapter, will The Grand Council O f Royal and Select Masters of Arkansas and the state's Royal Arch Chapter are of| iK-ial hosts for the conventions | Charles D. Hill of Little Rock is grand master of the Arkansas council. Francis j. Scully of Hot Sprites is grand high priest of the state chapter. An Arkansas man, Ray N, Boyic OLD WOUNDS HEALEO-Fthionia'j Emperor llaile Selassie, nghl, confers with Kalian Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs Giovanni Hrusasca in the imperial throne room at Addis Ababa, thus re-establishing cordial relations between the two' nations. It was the first lime sinra Mussolini's Fascist armies invaded Ethiopia in 1935 that the Emperor and his ministers received a high-level Italian diplomat. of Malvern. has been appointed John M. Utilefield of Auburn. Me., general grand master, will preside over sessions of the General Gnind Council. Earl E. Dusenbery of Des Moines. }a., general grand high priest', will preside over sessions of the General Grand Chapter. The General Grand Chapter is the oldest governing body In Masonry in America, dating from 1797. officials ol other Masonic Not until 1822 were the first set P5 are expected. These include!of right and left lasts for leather Judge Gardner Wilson, Jr., of Bos- soles made by a Philadelphia shoe- ton. Imperial potentate of the'maker *!$$> groups general grand sentinel for the General Grand Council sessions. He is a former grand master of the Arkansas lodge. Eisenhower to Run Only To Aid NATO, KohlerSays NEW YORK. Sept! 25. W,—Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower will run tor President only if he thinks such a move is necessary to preserve the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, a Republican governor said yesterday. Gov. Walter j. Xohler, of Wisconsin, returning by plane from a three-week European tour, said he had a "frank talk" of « minutes with Eisenhower. Bargain Weddings Given In Singapore YMCA SINGAPORE 1.4'.—It's going to be cheaper to get married in this British crown colony. I The Singapore Chinese y.M.c.A. ! is sponsoring a series of mass wed- j dines in Victoria Hall us a part, a! its drive against costly marriage ceremonies and celebrations. Each couple will be charged S10, Including lull! decorations, flowers for the bridal car, music, marriage certificates, tea for the couple and their parents, photographs and a round- the-town parade. ?A<SE . Licorice-Lik» Liquor Made by Monks Survives Explosion and fir* LUGO, Spain. Sept. 26. W—The secret of the way Anisette — the licorice-tasting liquor— is made by the Augustinian monks has been saved from explosion and fire for posterity. The mouks have be™ making it fcr centiire.s at their monastery of San Julian tie Samo in the village of Sarria. near here. A bottle of alcohol used in making the litilinr exploded, killing a yomiR student. Injuring two monks and Marling a fire In the Hth century buildings. But many relics and ancient documents, including the Anisetfe recipe, were saved. Read Courier News classified Ads. WARD 'Continued from Page 8 of the five varieties mlwlng from his collection. Only ten men In the world have bagged at least one of each type. "Sheep hunting," he says, "probably Is the most difficult animal to hunt dilf to their c-xrpllent eyesight and the ruepcd terrain they are found in. ••Sometimes, you'll stalk a sheep for eight or ten hours a day and then not get him." Born March 1, 1022, in Blytheville. Mr. Ward has hunted big- game each year .since 1945 and next year plans to go afier the biggest and toughest bear of them all — the Kodiak bear in Alaska. Starting a 60-day hunting trip in April, he Kill leave for Fiiirliaiiks, Alaska, where he will be down by bush pilot north through Point j Barrow In search for polar bear. If h« can get permission from the VA. Department of Interior, he plans to try to bag a walrus. And. Just for the novelty, he plans to fly over the north pole. "My hunts are strictly for sport, photography End the trophies," Mr. Ward says. 'I'm not interested in the meat." He carries txvo movie and two still cameras on each expedition ;\iid has a collection of H bolt-action high-powered rifles, eight of which are custom-made. He has taken ahout 3,000 feet, of hunting movies. Mr. Ward was graduated frotn Washington and Lee University wilh a Bachelor of Science Uegrce in I'm and married Miss Mary Jnne Clummer-of Lexington. Va., In 1943. He owns and opmte* Red Top Cotton Gin and other holding* In- cluda a plantation »t Yarbro. Most of his trophies are kept In tho three offices at the gin. He also belongs to Blythevllle Rotary club, An elk he killed In. 1948 won the Uoone and Crockett Club Award and his Cows deer won the award last year. He became the only Arkansas member of the Campfire Club of America In New York City May 29 of this year. "Flyine" Spider. Voting spiders sometimes tilde through Urn air for miles, after climbing to high spots and spinning threats to support them, even though they have no wings." FOR RENT: BUSINESS PROPERTY IN BLYTHEVIL.LE Three sizes of buildings lo fit any business are now nviiilahle for rent...ynii mny rent 1 or all. Located on (he corner of Walnut & Franklin Streets in lilyfhcville. For information, contact PAUL BYRUM GIGANTIC WASHER VALUE! NO MONEY DOW I/V/ Your Old Washer and Only LIBERAL TRADE-IN S-E "Quick-Clean" Washing! Each Piece Washed Individually! 25 On Goodyear's Easy Payment Plan Regular 109 95 GE Wringer Washer Reg. $10 Metal Ironing Board 24 Boxes of DUZ All at the Amazing Price ol You Pay Only I 25 a Week! LOW-LOW PRICE'.! Generol Electric YMHGER WSHER nger Washer *-** ^ d " WE CARRY OUR OWN PAPER \ rrrwr/c/» nntwuviy Tire Service Headquarters SERVICE STORES Phone 2492

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