The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1951 · Page 8
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PACK TIN BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW! SENIOR CHAMPION YORKSHIRE SOW...shown by Andrews and Barlesa Farms of 'Haytf. ORAMD CHAMPION BERKSHIRE BOW... shown uy Leroy Whitc- at Campbell, Mo. JUNIOR CHAMPION YORKSHIRE SOW. Harleu Farm entry another Andrews and GRAND CHAMPION CHESTER WHITE BOAR. . .entered by Bob Horton of Campbell, Mo. GRAND CHAMPION HAMPSHIRE SOW.. .entered by Bob Nettles at Campbell, Mo. —Courier News rhntn GRAND CHAMPION YORKSHIRE BOAR...entered by Andrews and Harlest Farm of Haytl, Mo. Blytheville Boy Found History All Around Him While in Rome By RUTH LEB (School Correspondent) In Rome "there was history on both side* of the street, and underneath you," This U an observation by Calvin Cwschtn, Jimlor at Blythevllle High School and son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Czcschln of 1530 West. Holly, who spent, two months In Europe this summer. Speaking to Mrs. i_,ucile Quell- malz's history classes this vreek, Calvin gave his associates a detailed account of his experiences during his trip to the International Boy Scout Jamboree which convened at Bad Ischl, a small Austrian town. He did not see as much of Europe as he would have liked, but enough to make him want to go again, he says. Sailing from New York harbor July 15 aboard the 8. S. Argentina (with an Italian crew aboard, he adds), the scout contingent hud its llrst good look at foreign soil when the boat slopped at Algeria lor one day. Here he discovered what the much talked of "Casbah" really Is. Hud Interview With Pope The youngster registers a disappointment with Italy, but cannot be precise about his feeling. While in Naples he saw Mount Vesuvius and Capri, and in Rome visited the Sistine Chapel, the Roman forum, the famous Romulus and Retnus statue, and had a private interview with the Pope at the latter's country home. He took special note of all the monuments throughout the country dedicated to Benlto Mussolini. "There was one on almost every corner," he observe, 1 ;. Touring Venice in a gondola would seem a unique experience for most tourists In Europe, but Calvin's sense of the novel was dulled slightly by his sensitivity to the sewage released in the canals. (He did not have to be told that Michelangelo was painter of the famous Slstlne Chapel celling and sculptor of the "David" which he saw In the city of Florence.) In Germany he visited Munich, Weisbad, and also Nurenburg where he saw the spot where the top 11 Nazi war criminals were hanged. Liked Paris Best It was all great, Ciilvln reports, but the place he liked the most was Paris. It seemed "pretty American" to him. and In addition, he wtus extremely Impressed with Notre Dame Cathedral which he describes as "really beautiful." The Arch of Triumph, Eiffel Tower and Napoleon's Tomb were "musts" on his sightseeing list, as was the Versailles Palace. The lat- ter was a pleasant surprise, for ta he says, "it was more interesting than I thought it would be." Whatever his expectations, he found the mirrored walls, the king's chamber with its solid gold fence about the bed, Marie Antoinette's room and the formal gardens all worth close Inspection. He sailed from Cherbourg aboard the S. S. Homeland (German crew this time) August 21. arriving August 28 in New York where his parents met him. Calvin was selected by the National Boy Scouts of America to attend the Jamboree, which takes place every four years. He came to Blylhevllle last spring from Warrensburg. Mo. Obituaries ARGENTINA (Continued from Page 1) leaders" he accuses of plotting against him and his wile. Execution Ordered Congress has passed a law order- Ing execution of armed forces officers whom the state radio says started a civil war yesterday. It also approved a law allowing the administration to order changes of any kind for military officers, both on active service or in retirement. The government radio earlier had proclaimed a state of siege—.modified martial law. Government communiques named two retired generals, Benjamin Menendez and Arturo nawson, leaders of an officially labeled "harebrained revolt." Planes Drop Lcafled The exciting day started with planes flying low over Buenos Aires Friday morning and dropping leaflets calling for revolution. It ended with no shootings reported. A few fist fights were the only sign of violence in the capital. The government radio proclaimed at 11:10 a.m. that civil war had broken out. Then nt 12:51 p.m. the radio announced failure of the revolt. The announcement of a revolt came as campaigning got hotter for the Nov. 11 presidential election Peron is a candidate for anothei six-year term. Mencndez Is said to be under arrest along with n number of arms and nlr force officers. But late last night, the ministers of the interior and army snld there is no information that Rawson is implicated. Rnwscn wns one of the leaders of the 1943 coup that deposed President Ramon Caslllo and paved the way for Pcron's rise to power. Rites Conducted For Mrs, Higdon Services for Mrs. Emma Higdon, who died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Kellcm of Micola, Mo., were to be conducted at 2 o'clock-lthU-nftcmoon at German Funerni Home Chapel in Steele. Holt Funeral Home is in charge. Mrs. Higdon, who was 86, had been ill about a week. She had resided In Pemlscot County for about 36 years, coining there from Kentucky. The nev. Herman Wagner, pastor of the Enst Prairie Methodist Church, will officiate mid burial will bo in Number Eight cemetery. Besides her laughter, Mrs. Htgdon leaves three sons, Chester Higdon, Cuba Higdon nnd Harry Higdon, all of Cooter. 'Roamin' Wolves Bother to Romans ROME. («>)—The peaceful farmer folk ore turning out these nisllts with their old muskets to keep this ancient city of Romulus nnd rie- miis from going back to the wolves. Famine caused by the long summer dry spell in the Apuenincs has driven whole packs of gaunt wolves (town to prey on the sheep and cattle In the hills, within 15 miles RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday 'OKLAHOMA JUSTICE" Johnny Mack Brown Cartoon & Serial Saturday Owl Show 'INVISIBLE MAN RETURNS" Vincent Price Sun.-Mon.-Tues. "SEALED CARGO" Dana Andrews Also Warner News & Shorts Negro Deaths Rites for Wilmo Shaw To Be Held Tomorrow Services for Wilma Shaw, 39. W!IL died at her home on South 16th Street Wednesday, will be conducted at I p.m. tomorrow nt the St Paul Baptist Church by Rev. H Bcykin, pastor. Burinl will be In Ml. Zion Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, John Show; a daughter. Es ste Mae Haynes; and a brother Herman Rowell of St. Louis. Cas ton Funeral Home ts in charge. of the capital. In little communities around Rocen di Papa, Cervarn, and even the Pope's summer home at Castcl Gnn dolfo. wolf packs have been killin up to a dozen sheep u nigbt. Sum farmers reported cows killed. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1W SHE'S SUPER ON THE STAGE AND A "SUPER" AT HOME-Leadlng a double life is Evelyn Giles, who has a dancing role In the Broadway show, "The King and I," and shares with her husband a job as superintendent of the seveh-ttory New York apartment building where they live. At lelt, Evelyn is costumed for her Broadway stint; »t right, she strikes a neat dance pose while cleaning the Interior ol a clothes-dryer in the apartment house laundry. Wielding the broom is hubby, Floyd Anderson, who, when not "suptring," i» » Mormon elder studying sociology at Columbia University. Car Stolen at Osceola Is Found Abandoned OSCEOLA, Sept. 23—The sheriff's office here reported this morning that the 1051 Pontlac stolen from the Lcroy Owens Pontlac Company at Osceola, was found abandoned near Turrell last night. The car was found near the intersection of Highways 61 and 03. iFwas" stolen from Its parking place across the street irom the motor -firm Thursday night. YOUK raiiNDJY THEATRE; SUNDAY & MONDAY ADVENTURE THAT STORMS THE SEAS Of THE WORLD! ** NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 Both the hamburger and th» frankfurter, now considered typical- y American, are Imports from G«r- many, says the National Geographf* Society. ife i Playgrounds for the Kiddie* Free Kiddie Car Rides Kids Under 12 FREE with Parents , Show Starts 7:00 p.m. No Mosquitoess — No Bugs Our Anniversary Will Be Soon You'll Be Invited! Saturday NITC . YFI SIR?.. YOUR CARAND I rm IT 's OCCUPANTS J>J**~ WILL MAOMITTE* FOR. .. I ONE- BUCK! i (»OOCU«TOY-AU..,.) ' A REAL BARGAIN. A CRTAT SWINGS!! Double Feature Saturday 'ACROSS THE SIERRAS" Wild Bill Elliott Sat. Owl Show 'INVISIBLE GHOST" Bela Lugosi Sunday & Monday "Abbott SfCostello Meets the Invisible Man" Tuesday CONTACT — Trie Right People tot That Job Ads placed before 9 a.m. wil) appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS "Atlantic City Honeymoon" Jerry Collana COTTON BOLL on North Hiway 6i Phone 3570 ENDS TONITE !?a ton Pass Plus Cartoon TONITE ONLY FAMILY NIGHT 1.00 Per Car Load Gilbert Roland in "ISLE of MISSING McN' 2ND. HIT Harry Carey in "PORT OF MISSING GIRLS" Cartoon | Kiddies Free iM IUK BMH- 2 Cartoons "Invisible Monster" Serial Sunday & Monday DOUBLE FEATUIIE — Plus Secret Beyond The Door" Also 2 Cartoons . Saturday Also Cartoon & N Serial: "lialman with Robin." Sunday & Monday 6ARSON PID6EOH BIOSSOMS T'«\ Dl'ST Plus 2 ) KIDDIES Cartoons ! FREE Saturday Owl Show- Starts 11:30 KARIOFWORRE THEBQQ5KMAN Also Cartoon & "Radar Patrol'/ Serial Sunday & Monday UNION iTATl D N A Paramount —Plus— U-rAiu^s- fPfftSCMCr •»•: . Also Cartoon Latest New* I Phono 46'il Show Starts i Weekdays 7:09 * SiH.-Sun. 1:00 Always a Double feature

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