The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 30, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS U.S. to Seek New Pact With Danes BQSM in Greenland Causing Concern in Some Official Quarters U. S. TO SEEK 34 WASHINGTON, May 30. (UP)-A despute wns developing betweo;) the United States and Denmark today over the future 51 Uus of American bases built. >n Orc'.-n- lami during the war. Under the American-Danish accord, of April 9. 1941, U, S. foro.'S were given the rluht (o build and operate bases in Greenland ••until the present dangers to the peace and security of t!i<> American continent have passed." A note delivered io the Sta(c Department Tuesday by Danish Ambassador Henrik de Kauffman siild Denmark wanted 'to ui'i>ln consul- •iations leading toirald tcrnilnntlnn of the wartime ncco v d. The note did'no', specify whe'.'ier Denmark was read]' to si-i; a now agreement contijuiing u. S. control of the Greenland bases. Reports rrom Copenhagen, howr.'cr, Indicated that Denmaik wns t>mpiir|»i; 'to seek termination of Jll Animj- can rights to weather slat'ems, nir- iields. and n navy refueling station nt Groendahl- Secretary, of state • O«rnc C. Marshall made it clear ilia! Greenland still figures prominently in 'American peacetime delctis.' plans. "Greenland remains of Lite greatest Importance ns a link i:i the defensive system of the United States and the Western Hemls- nhere," Marshal) told reporters yes- 'terday. Marshal! said the United Stales lind informed Denmark tliat It stood ready to neottnte a new a- Krcement to replace the 1941 accord. H<!. assured the Danlsli foreign office that, any pnct woulil recognize Danish sovereignty and Ihe pi inctoles o' the United Nations charter In looking out for "legitimate United States and hemispheric defense rcotiiremcnts." . Marshall said the position of Greenland makes It. desirable tjint no u. S. agressors gain a foothold there. He said it also was import- a"nl'that an emergency landing ( striu'be maintained for lrtms-At- •lantie planes'' flying (lie Northern route. . Slate department officials said Inly American maintenance crews were still serving In Greenland. All armed troops, which. reached a wartlmn peak of about 10,000, hnve t?en withdrawn. Prisoners Slash Class Officers for '48 Named FRIDAY, MAY 30, I!) 17 Parents of Slain Children Charles ntulltns Carry Hothrnck mother, Lindsay remarked that something In the case struck him as • being funny. Hcfotile sliniBged his shoulders slightly and said woodenl'y: "To others It may be funny. To me nothing- aoout this Is funny, f wish It was over." le four children who \ve;i; joint! Imn n !,hr.w:i in (heir home on . , - """ •"••' '"" '" '»'" in i s\ in n siren near Tnilav City Michigan ,,, .shew:, ,n then- home on n farm near .. he s u c , f U ,,,mcs uft to ri ;; ht are: Mrs. w.lllam Srotili. Mr. W.lham Smith. Mrs. Lconn Pox. d.iuv.hter 01 ', ,11, 1; UK nous marriiii-e- Hetty Couiu- a ne'K'i .or who ir S obbin B: ,iml Ellu MKL- Smith, 17. w.,o i,, m,l tl,,> Ij^Uer, of her line, .sisters a,,,', ' to-her NKA rt'U?])hoto,) Ait/fder o/ ^rf/sfs Wife Pwzz/es'^? ?»???".••* i, t «Peace Officers m Georgia City i Officers of the senior clns'i n year at Blythevillc; Huh Schrnl will be nenny Johnson, ure.iidenf .Hilly Wayne McFarlai.'l, vice president; Ann Cathey, secietni 11 /, and Charles MiUlins" treasurer! Junior class officers will be a'lr.r, Ray Henry. preddeiu; Carry Rothi'ock, vice president; Maltha Dale Dixson. secretary, and D-VI Peterson, ticasurcr. * - - ------New Liberty New* Marvin Tic-i-c of iN'ar.nvill • .wa-, the guest n few days :jf Miss Jlimniu Nell McDonald and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hirinm McDonaid. Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Williams nnd family spent a brief time witli Mi and Mrs. Jim Williams at Clarfclon' Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwarri Marsh,ill j,-_ Uy Kl> 11KIDGES IITniled I'rcss Staff Coirespondent) ATLANTA. Cia.. May 30. (UPt- Paul Kefoule, it French artist whos™ pretty wife was slain May 14 under ujy.steriou:; circumstances, s.ilct tn- diiy that hi? was "extremely graM- fird" that the people of his nat've Orleans. France, bellnvcd him fr».-.; of guilt In the minder. iWnltre and Mtnc. Robert. Rei;o;ilc ire flying to Atlanta. .June 11 Io help their so npull through what he wrote them arc "the most horribly ciiiys of my life." Hcgoute «t(s Interviewed In tri 1 . 1 home of his mother-hi-la,v Mrs. Robert Alston. whose laughter. Margaret, was Iir the baffling murder mystery, has been grilled twice . by police, once, he wa s queslloned for '30 hours straight, following which he was put to bed under a doctor's care. daily for the first time since his wife's death. He had Sinner with a few close friends "whom ha would not identify. He said .he wanted to protect them from the publicity. They brought him homo shortly after S p.m. A. tew minutes later the doorbell rang and Ills lawyer. 1 Hal Lindsay, came in. This Is al- I most a iilghu.v occurrence, the PAHCHMAN, Mass., May 30. (DP) ^- Fifteen white prisoners were treated at the Parchman Penal Farm, today after scli-lnfliclcrt slashings of .their ankles to escape • "long hours of \v o rk in cotton fields." Prison surgeons said that the men slashed the Achilles tendons which jom muscles in the calf to the heel bone. Some or the men may Don 1'clcrson Mnrlliu Dale DIxson ualk with a limn for the rest of "couldn't take" tlic hnrrt work. their lives, physicians said. . The Drisoticrs nsnally are »w«k- Thc men slashed themselves with cncd nt 4 a.m.. to start the dav raxor blades and broken elnas. ' Investigators said there were no signs of exhaustive punishment with the bull-whip—main corrective device used by camp sergeants — returning to camp nbont 7 It has been estimated that there nre 37,000.000,930.000.000,000 molecules in' one .cubic centimeter of but quoted tile men a? saying they ' nlr at sea level and iU freezing. CIGARETTES $135 All Popular Brands Per Carton TIRES Gillette or Hood J 2 95 Plus Tax BATTERIES Skelko or Southern 13 50 the shallow waters of a stream iihul Die "Old Mill House" thai Hie Kefoules had recently redecorated. "You don't know liow Uiis relieves me, to know that my family aiid my friends In Orleans believe In me still." Itc!oulc said. The artist, while never under .av- of Memphis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Stcphenson. Mrs. Pearl Hill of 3te(-l-;, Mo., who has been ,<siting her daughter. Mrs. Hilton Stephenson, and Mr. stcjjh- enson, left yesterday f:>r Janesboio Io attcml tje Summer term. But Refoule sa!rt he did not wish I " llcl ' vle '.v with his itttorney. to criticize the police lor any ph-ise Tllc strnl " of the situation is tell- of their invr.sticntlcn. In 8.°» nefoulc. who looks dog-fired. "I know that" they must suspect' , lilf; cy ^ nre almost glazed. Dut everyone until they have found Pepped up a little with the re- the guilty party," he said. assuring words from his father anu Yesterday ccinuv po'ic" \vere churuccl with "hluh-iiandcd and fe.stapo-lihe tactics" bv on official of an Atlanta Art Museum where „ Refoule is an instructor. Officers socialite '' a 'iie to the school for two scant- found In! i! v -dnd models, taking them out of classrooms and to headouarters for (lueMlonlnsr. police said they were iriends of the Refoule family an;I miglit sried some light on the Investigation. Paul Webi). Fulton county roll- citor Hcncral. who would lead the nrosecutlon's wise against, nnvone broiilit to trial for t.he p.sfoulc innrder, rebuked persons who are critical of the police probe. "This Is a difficult" murder investigation." he said. "Is It not fair for Chief (Nclll Ellis and his men to be subjected to tinwnrrenc- ecl criticism wlien they ars simply doing their duty to clear up one of the most fiendish crimes in the I© R. W. McALlSTER CO,, Inc.! I'LL SAY \T'S FUNNY WHATCHA LAFFIN' AT, MISTER > IS IT EDITOR r SOMETHSN'AWILLPUJNT A COMIC O ^ FUNNY POR. STRIP CALLED r • YOUR." 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