The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 15, 1949
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•THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1949 •LT ^ii Russia May Ask Big Four Parley Request it Expected When Vishinsky Lands in New York City By the Associated Vrrsi Russia, is expected to ask for a new meeting of the Big Pour foreign minsters when her top diplomat, Andre! Y. Vishinsky. arrives In New York for tlie United Na- lions General Assembly. All four ministers arc slated to head their delegations at Ihc Lake Success meeting which starts Tuesday. Britain's Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin and French Foretell Minister Robert Schuman already are in the US. When the foreign ministers ended their Paris nieclins on Germany last Tune, they agreed to meet informal- during -tlie U.S. session to discuss their next meeting. To Seek Karl.v Conference Informed sources In Klo-cow suit) Vishinsky will 'seek an esrly conference. Major Leslies -still to be solved include the posible future economic and political unity of Germany, an independence treaty for Austria and the reconsilialion of divergent Hied views on who should write a Japanese peace treaty. Diplomatic circles in Washington predicted new blows against communism in Europe and the Par E-^st might be struck during the cold war strategy talks now in progress in the American capital. These talks which Bcv'ln and Secretary of State Dean Acheson began on Tuesday, were broadened today to include Schuman. who arrived from Paris last nleht. Top Item* .for discussion include the development of the new Wast German state, a review of neeotia- tions wilh Russia on the Austrian treaty, exploitation of the Yugoslav- Russian split, and steps to hilt communist expansion in the Far East. It also was exnected that the three Western diplomats would acree to hold a common front at L?ke Success on all Issues involving Russia. Germans Elect Chancellor The cominform's private cold iv-ar continued with Yugoslavia denouncing as "lies and slander?" recent Hungarian charpes that Prem- ief Marshal Tito's government had plotted atrainst Hungary's Communist regime. Foreign observers in Moscow said Russia would view gravely any Greek Invasion of Albanian soil. These sources said recent Greek- Albanian developments contain "diplomatic dynamite" and added that any movement of Greek troops across "the Albanian border would have serious consequences. A responsible Greek source said in Athens this week that • Greece will invade her Communist neighbor in "self-defense" if any new guerrilla attacks are launched from Albania. In Bonn. Germany, Dr. Konrad Adenauer skinned through by a one- vote margin to gain the majority reeded for . making him the first German chancellor since Hitler. The 73-year old Catholic conservative got a. bare majority of 202 votes in the 402-member lower house. As chancellor, Adenauer will be the strongest man in the new federal government of West Germany. Expert Rifleman To Exhibit- Skill At Cotton Contest Herb Parsons Firing from a variety of attitudes, Herb Parsons will present an exhibition of marksmanship with rifle and shotgun at the National Cotton Picking Contest in Blythevllle Oct. 7. Mr. Parsons appeared on the program of the cotton picking contest last year and was brought back for this year's event "by popular request." Contest Chairman Jack Rawllngs said. While most of his marksmanship tricks are performed with a Winchester .22 caliber rifle. Mr. far- sons also I'sed shotguns and pistols in his act. He uses a loUiI of 10 gnns. His exhibil will be staeert In front of the grandstand during the afternoon program on Oct. 7. the second day of the Jaycee-sponsored cotton pirklnt contest. If weather and wind conditions are right. Mr. Parsons will riddle a a small parachute with tracer bullets from a high-powered rifle as the 'chute floats down from an altitude of 700 feet. The parachute is catanvlted Into Ihe air frorr » mortar-fired aerial bomb. McCarran on His Own, Truman Soys of Trip To Confer With Franco WASHINGTON. Sept. 15. W>| — President Truman said today Chairman McCarran (D-Nev) of the Senate Judiciary Commitlie <s actins on his own in going to Spain i to talk with Generalissimo Franco about diplomatic recognition bv the United States. McCnrrnn sailed from New York : yesterday. He said he would visit Franco not only to discuss diplomatic recognition but. to talk over the possibility of a loan to Spain. Mr. Truman said McCarran is not representing this government in any way. and has no authority to commit the United States to anything. He is representing nobody in the Rovcrnment of the United State' the President said bluntly James Russell Lowell was the first editor of the Atlantic Monthly. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS III Sept. 15. <AP)—(USDA>—Hogs 9,000: market active; generally steady to 25 higher than yesterday's average although top showed ten cent lass; good and choice 200-250 Ibs 21.25 to mostly 21.50; top 21.50' odd lots 260-300 Ibs 20.00-21.2o- 180-190 Ibs 20,50-21,25; 140-170 Ibs 18.50-20.50; 100-130 !b pigs scarce, few 15.5018.00; good sows 400 Ibs down 18.0010.60; heavier weights 15.50-18.00; stags 11.50-14.50. Cattle 3,000; calves 1,250; general market on steers and heifers showing .less action than yesterday; very little done early; cows moderately active and steady; good cows up to 17.00; mostly 16.00-50; common and medium cows 14.50-15.50; canners Caruthersville To Observe Polio Tag Day CARUTHERSVItLB, Sept. 15— Elmer Peal, j>emlscot County Chairman [or the Infantile Paralysis Foundation, said that Saturday has been designated as tag day for 'bis county. Several days ago the national headquarters of the Infantile Paralysis Foundation In New York announced that it would be necessary lo raise more funds because of depletion of its reserve In the recent polio epidemic over the nation this year. The polio foundation "as already spent over »n,000.<XX> 'his year for medical services for 'be recovery of polio victims. Pemiscot County had 71 cases of Polio during the summer months and although the disease seems to "f on the decline, several cases each week nre still being report- c d throughout the county. During the 1 .tier part of August Pemiscot County received a check Jor $10.000 from the National Infantile Paralysis headquarters and * Promise of more money was "given should a need exist. Mi', peal said the average medical bin 0]1 cnses [ rom t n [ s county has amounted to about $650 and at ">e time the epidemic came this comity had on hand about $3000,00. He further pointed out the most of the victims are still hospltallcrd °r have be? i returned home and placed under medical care. Many °f the cases will require medical treatment for many months to come. Mr. peal emphasized the fact that citizens of this county should not contuse this campaign with the regular annual campaign. This is a special cause intended for debts already accured during the year and for cases expected between now mid the first of next year. President Laughs OH GOP's Congressional Victory in Pennsylvania WASHINGTON, sept. 15—«>>_ President Truman today laughed . '''" r •••'v'-i'ri congressional victory in Pennsylvania Tuesday with a suggestion that it couldn't be taken for a barometer of future elections. The election of a Republican to succeed the last Democratic Rep Coney In the state's 20th Congressional District was called toMr rruiuan's attention at a news conference. The President said at first that he had no comment. Then he added that he remembered in 1947 we hnd barometers like that and they didn't work. He did not elaborate, but he apparently was referring to GOP victories which had been Interpreted as heralding a Republican sweep in the 1948 presicntial and congressional races. Confederate Vets Plan Final Reunion in 7950 CHARLESTON. S.O., Sept. IS— OF)— The last reunion of the United Confederate Veterans will ue held next year in Charleston. General James w. Moore, Elblnm, Ala., said yesterday the organization had accepted Charleston's bid for the 19af> convont ; -n. He s->H it will be the organization's last meeting. The Confederate veterans will meet this year in Little Rock. and cutters 11.50-14.25; bulls steady; medium and good 16.CO-18.2S; cutter and common 14.CO-15.50; veal- ers i.oo higher; good and choice 28.00-34.00; common and medium 18.00-2fi.0fl. BMTHEV1LLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 725 Cxchang* Students From th» United States Start Studies in England FBI Again Using Anti-Subversive Machinery of War DALLAS, 8«pt. 15. (*)—Th« rtt- enl Burma of Invert tuition hu put b»c£ Into operation Its wir-tlme machinery to combat subversive activities, ,the agency's assistant director said yesterday. ' Hugh ' H. Clew, Militant rsj director,! addressed a sectional meeting'ot the International Association of Chiefs of Police. "The order putting the machinery back Into operation wu Issued about ei»ht months afo," Clece said. "It'.was the resumption of * plan put ; lnto operation by a presidential order on Sept. «, 1«». The plan was dropped Immediately after the end of hostilities In IMS." The FBI official said hk agenls are reorganizing teams of federal and local authorities which corn- batted sabotage and other subversive tctlvttlM during the second world war. 1 . "We are not hiving much trouble getting' (he framework of the old operation set up again." Clegg said In most cases, he said, "our job Is lo watch them (subversives) and find out whut they want, find who they want information for." J»l]it-> the subversive Is not the answer to (he problem. Clcgg declined to say why tlie anti-subversive machinery Is'being put back to worlf. Middle South Utilities Plans Big Expansion Program in Arkansas LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 15. (a> ( _ The Middle South Utilities, luc Plans to spend about $15,000.000 hi Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi by 1951. " This was announced here last night by'Edgar U Dixon. Tonally, N. J., head of the cor|>oratton which lias power holdings in the three slates. Blxon'said tlie expenditure Is part of the organization's expansion program. He said the corporation has spent $175,000.000 in the area during the last five years. Dixon and otber officials of the utility, which has Invested in stock in the Arkansas Power find Light, the Mississippi Power and Ughi and the Louisiana Power and Light companies and the New Orleans Public Service. Inc., are in Arkansas on an Inspection tour. ., He spoke at a '_dinner given by A. P. & L. London, Sept. 15—</P>—Britain began swapping the united States book larnhi 1 for war surpJua property today. Some 125 U.S. graduate students and 35 professors are assembling In London for tile betlimliis; of a years study In British universities. At Southampton, 15 professors and «0 graduate students—many accompanied by their wives and children —arrived aboard the Washington. Others of the group already are In England or have been traveling In Europe, After two days In London they will scatter to school. They are members of the first group to come to England under the Pulbrlglit educational exchange program. This provides for the use of $20.000,000 from the sale of war surplus property hi Britain for a 20-year student exchange. The money Is in sterling, but some 140 British students have been given travel grants to study In the United States. The prgram was suggested by Senator Fulbrlght of Arkansas and Congress made It 'an amendment to the surplus property act of 1944. Similar programs are planned for I'i other foreign countries. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Hearing it Postponed For Ohio Hogn Who Wounded Statif o/iceman MARION, Ark., Sept. 15. (/P)—An Ohio Nejro, held In connection with th« shooting of a highway patrolman near West Memphis, will "ace a preliminary .hearing hers The hearing, aeheduled yesterday was iwslponed bec»use stale's wit-' nesses were unable lo attend. Tlie prisoner Is Cliff Worlham o' Dayton. He vtf arrested Aug. 27 when a passenger In his car shot SUte Trooper Bill Gordon "car the highway approaches to the Mississippi River Bridge. Gor- rton WRS crippled from the waist riown by the bullet and may never walk asatn. The shooting occurred when Gordon and a fellow officer slopped Worthain's auto on a railroad overpass for a checkup. Police Identified his assailant as Will Price of Mem- Phis. The Nesro was critically In- Jmeri when he Jumped from the overpass and la in a Little Rock hospital. Worlham Is elm-Red with driving while drunk, reckless driving and accessory before the fact In Ihe shooting. Last Time Todu y 'PARDON MY SARONG' Kilh Abbott and t'oslello News and Short BLYTHEVILLES ONLY Show SUrb Wee*4an 7:M> B. Siturda> and Sorxlij: Conlln ihowinn lr»m !:•« p.m Friday * Saturday "CODE OF THE RANGERS" n-lth Tim McCoy Cartoon £ Serial Lost Day o P m CMS p.m. TWO BIG HITS Piulelle (iodtUrd in "HAZARD" —ALSO— "WANT>KRF.RS OF WASTKLANQ" Friday & Saturday —ALSO— George O'Brien In BORDER G-MEN" Above All Y«, !Wi rfw importonf rtiiogl t» SU«€ of you- bfond...ond «» olwoyj b« 3<j» of yow drixlnl Mix ** S«>gr<m'i 7 Crow. 5>cojram'$ an^^e. Sure 7 Crown. M.EN01D WH19TEY. J6.S Proof. 65X Grtin Neutral $••«"•''>«*«••• Cumilim, Cteyttor faMj*. Nw Yort Adams Appliance Co. Jnc '• W. ADAMS, M*r. 206-208 We.1 Main Phofw 2071 NEW Iliix Optus Week Mays 1;IHJ ji.m Milliner Saturday A Sumljyj Mal.-Sun.'l p.m Corel. Shuwinc Manila, Ark. Shows KVKKV NIGlir Icwtay "THE RED MENACE' K. Itiickwell and H. Annan Also Shurtji Kriday "WILL IT HAPPEN AGAIN?" A story of (he Inve life n( Adolf Hitler Also Sliorin Saturday "VIGILANTES OF DODGE CITY" Hlth Bill Kllioli Also ShorU SKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER. 2 Miles Norlh ot Blytheville Boi OlfJce Optns at G:M Show SUrU 7:00 Thursday & Friday "CASS TIMBERLANE" with Zachnry Scoll and Tom Urake Aihlcd Attraction* Salurriay 'SADDLE PALS' *llh flcne Aulry and Champion, .Ir. Sterling Hollnwiijr Added Attractions Box OrTice Opens at 6:15 p.m. Week Nights Shuw .Starts at 7:M Mallnee Katurda; & Sunday t t p.m. with coDlinunui showing Last Time Today 'THE WINDOW" Barbara Hale Hobbjr Drlscoll Newt * C»medj Friday A Saturday N»ah Kr.tr3 an4 Je»» Rngen hi "STORMY" Seri.l »n* .PAGE ELEVEN — • —— • —«. ^•i^BH^lH^ WHEN You Go To THE HOSPITAL O WHO WILL PAY THE BILLS f Our new comprehensive policy covers hospital coofir*. m«nt resulting from either accident or sickness, In recognized hospitals anywhere in the United Slates or Hospitalizalion is an expensive experience —you owe it toyourself lo investigate our HOSPITAL PREPAREDNESS PLAN . . . find out how much it does aixi how NHU it costs! Our Insurance Department now offers one of the must complete policies written today, at a mod- Farmers Bank & Trust Co. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT . 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