The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1949 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 10, 1949
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•MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1949 Norway May End Labor Party Rule Narrow One-Seat Majority at Stake In National Election Bj Ake Fen UbLO, Norway, Oct. 10—</PJ— La«"•« one-seal majority in the Stor- I, g > 'P arlia meiH> I* at slake today '» Norway's nip-and-tuck national c '«tlons. the first since 1945. veteran political observers thou- ent growing irritation at tight ra- 1 iioning and strict state plannoing might wipe out Labor Prime Min'»<«• Einar Gerlmdsen's slender control in the ISO-member parliament. Bututhe only sure bet seemed to (*$? (hat the Communists would . rop SOI »e of the 11 Storting seats 'Hey have held for four years. Coin• munlsm has dropped popularity smce Norway Joined the Marshall ; Plan and Atlantic Pact, bringing Russian rumbles of dissatisfaction 1 across the Northern Norweigen- Soviet frontier. Cerhardsen's laborites held 76 «eats In the parliament, against a total of 14 for the combined opposition ranging from Conservatives to Communists. The Labor Party, committed to , wide state planning and public ownership of certain industries, is still expected to lead the government even if it drops its absolute majority In parliament. This is because of sharp splits among opposition parties. The opposition lineup in the old parliament was: Conservatives 25. liberals 20. .Communists 11, Farmers 10, Christian People's Party, a. Conservatives—led by Carl Ham- nro, former president of the old League of Nations—hope to win some former Labor votes by capitalizing on discontent over Norwei- gen austerity. On the other hand, the Labor Parly, hopes to pick up votes from leftists who once voted JBLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.V COimiOT NEWS Communist but are worried .about Russian pressure. All the opposition parlies, with the. exception of the Communists, have.^supported -the government's .-.^foreign policy which pledges ' EARLY' STARTER — Four- year-old Patti Jane Carpenter nas all the assurance of. a born bowler as she awaits her turn on a Chicaeo lane. ? u «°°h p ' WIN 9 p iA N - E i M A KE i s "EVERY" LAWN "AN tuier has produced tins light plane, designed for house-to-house travel and "aule to land on any good-sized lawn" Called the Paraplane. the craft has gull-like wings which scoop in the air to ' a " ow lor ste °P descent and extra-slow landing. Overhead, (he plane has the appearance of a big bat. F.F.A. Members Gather for 1949 National Meeting KANSAS CITY, Oct. 10. M>j — Stout youths from 48 states arrived today in colorful regional uniforms and natty suits to receive awards they earned in overalls this summer down on the farm. They were the Future Farmers of America—expected to number nearly 7,000 at the 32nd annual national F.F.A. convention opening tonight. The four-day program will be featured by presentation, of honoi , including the blue ribbon prize of Sl.OOO to the star farmer of; America for 19-19, to the tyro istock and crop growers. There will be lectures by eiders who have made a success of farming, ceremonies, shows and a lot of doing what the rural boys hie— looking at the skyscrapers. The first state delegation, 300 from Louisiana, checked In Sunday. Ninety eight arrived later from New- York and New England and 114 from South Dakota. Educators Honor Former Arkansan MEMPHIS, Oct. 10. M')-A former Arkansas educator, Dr. Howard Dawson, was feted today as the National Conference of County and Rural Area. Superintendents opened a three-day session. It was .'"Howard Dadson" day on the program. A trip to r.arby Arkansas' schools and cotton plantations and a barbecue were planned The tour was arranged by the Arkansas County School Supervisors and their associates. Dnwson is executive secretary of the conference and director of the Division of Rural Service in the National Education Association. He formerly was director of research for the Arkansas State Board of Education. Some 1,000 educators .were on hand as registration began. The first general session will be held tonight. Plane e An "ornithopter" is a plane which flaps its wings as a means of attempting flight. This type of plane has made many successful gliding nights, but has failed In numerous trials for sustained flight. North Atlantic Pact and the Marshall plan. ™ e . po . lls cl °se at-9 pm. (2 p.m. ^bl) but first results are not expected until Tuesday afternoon, with final returns sometime Tuesday night. f AI'IAIK S>USPLM)F1) - Navy Capl John G Ciominelm (above) l:as been suspended from duty 'be- i-ause of his charges that the Navy's attack force is being "nibbled to death at Defense Headquarters. His charges brought quick suspension and a promise in Washington of a thorough congressional investigation of Navy complaints that the *>avy is getting R bad deal out of unification of the Army Navy and Air Force. CAP Wirephoto). Malayans Like Poison KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya -(<!', — Favorite suicide method in the federation of Malaya last year was poison. "Cutting or piercing instruments" rated second. Han>in> was a poor third. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111 Oct. 1. (AP> - (USDA)-Hogs 15.- COO; active to 25 higher; sows. 25 to higher; most advance on \vel»liU<! over 500 Ibs; bulk good and choice 200-260. Ib barrows and gilu 18.50- fo; top 18.75; more at 18.50; odd lots 200-300 Ibs 17.50-18.50; 180-190 Ibs 18.25-50; HO-170 Ibs 1G.50-1823- 100130 !b pigs 14.50-16.25; sows 400 Ibs down 16.50-17.50; heavier sows 150016.00; stags 11.50-14.CO. Cattle 7500; calves 1800: medium and good steers 22.00-aj.50; three loads western grassers on feeder account at 13.00-20.CO; common 'and medium heifers and mixed yearlings 17.00-23.00; few good 25.00: common and medium cows 14.00-i5.25- good cows 15-50-16.00; canners and cutters 10.50-14.00. Gold cubes, called yh, were used CUrrC " Cy '" Chi " a '" andcilt DRIVE-IN THEATER FOR ALL PLYMOUTH OWNERS AH Plymouth Owners Admitted for J us t $1 Sunday and Monday Night Feature "EASTER PARADE" With FRED ASTAIRE GINGER ROGERS Plus Added Attractions 2 Mile, North of Blyth.yjll. - Regular Admission 50* Box Office Opens at 6:30 — Show Starts at 7:00 Dentists to Hear Lecture Series —Via Telephone CHICAGO, Oct. 10. W'l—If you're going to have a toothache, don't get ft (his evening. Your dentist may fce all tied up. with a long distance phone call. .'- . But it's all for your own good If he's one of 7,000 tooth fillers in 39 states. He'll :be listening to a lecture telling him how to be an even better dentist. The dentists will be hearing the f«'st lecture ol n new six months course being conducted by tele- liponc from the University "of Illinois. • . • . . Here's the idcn: .In : yotir home town—the dentists gainer around a loud speaker tied to a phone connection. .They do.this for two hours once each month. The dentists oct posigrnduate instruction—and your dentist doesn't have to go. off,and 'cave you to get it. ; . ; : ! In Chicago—a panel of six'dental experts lecture,, speaking into the phone network. Across the country, 142 dental society groups .Will be listening. The charge is «10 a man for the scries. Costs Too -iMlieh Here Blylhuville dentists indicated today that the course would be par- icipated in by such a. small number here that the cost was.prohlbi- tivc. II was explained that the $10 cost mentioned in the slory above was the average cost, and that the series would cost: local dentists a great deal more since there ore so few dentists in a town of this size to snare the cost. '.'..- Ex-Medical Student Gets 15-Year Term LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 10_<>p}_unless the Arkansas Supreme Court rules differently, Harold Raymond Houchlns, 23, must serve 15 years In the state penitentiary lor the Little nock hotel slaying of Clarksville businessman-Masonic leader Seth L Reed. That was the penally fixed by Hie Jury which convicted Ilouch- 1ns. former University of Arkansas medical student early Sunday ot lecond degree murder. Defense Attorney Jack Holt announced the verdict would be appealed to the supreme court. The- .state, charging Hoiteliins robbed and beat the 67-year-old Hrcri after they had homosexual relations the night of last Nov. 22 had sought a first degree murder conviction. Reed's' body was found In his hotel room the next clay. A coronci ruled the victim died of a brain Injury. • Houchlns testified that he struck Reed In self defetise after the latter invited him to a hotel room anc proposed'unnatural sex acts, whlcV Houchins dented ever took place The defendant said he left Reed alive. Houehins showed no emotion when the verdict ot guilty on a reduced charge was announced. However, his mother, who had sat by him throughout the trial, fainted in Ills arms. Produce Plant -Owner Dies at Convention. CHICAGO, Oct. 10. ' m-Carl Chicago Athletic Club ™es'tcrtiiy h ° Swansoh arrived here Saturday for the National Poultry, Butter and tgg Association convention •' The^ody was found by his sons, Gilbert and Clark when they called at their father's fonm, to join him at breakfast. Death was attributed to natural causes. •- " Bankers, Lumbermen To Meet in Crossett CROSETT,. Ark., Oct. 11. Bankers mid''lumbermen- gathered liere today to study the economic possibilities of timber .management at a two-day meeting. Chester C. Davis, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and Arkansas State Forester Fred Lang the .principal speakers The program is sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank in r cooperation with the Arkansas Bankers Association, the State •• Foreitrv Divt- vislon, the U. S. Forestry Service and the Crcasett Lumber Company NOTICE In the Probate Court for the CJ.ickasawha District of Mississippi County, Arkansas. In the Matter of the No, 1939 Estate of Troy Joyce, deceased Last known address'of''decedent: Lenchvllle, Arkansas. Date of death: June 19, 1949. The undersigned was ap)x>tntcil administrator of the estate of the above-named decedent on the 2«lh day of September, 1849.. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six montlis from the date of the first publication of, this notice, or precluded from any benefit in the This notice (irst published 38th day o! September, 1949. P. M. Nelson, Administrator Leachville, Arkansas Oscar Fendler, attorney. B28-110|5 There .Is no rhyming word for orange last Time Today Boi Office Opens at 6:45 p.m. Week Nights Show Starts at 1:00 i Matinee Saturday i Sunday at Z p.m. with continuous showing MOST SENSATIONAL SCENES EVER BROUGHT TO SCREEN! . -Baby Gorjllo Reared By Girl Become* Powder-Keg Pet { t Of Society! John Ford and Menan C Cooper MIGHTY A masterpiece «f amazement and excitement —including THE 10 MOST TERRIFIC THRILLS EVF.R PICTURED! i* Strange S'o-v o' o G^l ond a Go"'lo TERRY MOORE°. BEN JOHNSON «< HOBfRI 1RWSTRONC ... FHAM HcHUGH •"-'-••" K ^ ERNIM e SCMOEOSACK OVERALL PICTURE — Prelty Jill Herzog got into that cute coslume at the urging of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. They thought she could help attract attention to the county's celebration of "Industry Week." How. can they b« £0 rlsht) Two Die in Weekend Accidents in Arkansas (tty the Associated I'rcss) Two violent deaths were rcporlcd in Arkansas over the weekend Twelve-year-old Billy. Gentry of Lcpanto was killed in H hunting ac- B LYTHEV i ULE'S ON LY* ALL WHITE THEATRE LAST DAY OPEN 6:30 UME POWtLl. WAIUCI KIIY W. (_ Also TcrrlRo Co-Illt State Livestock Show Rodeo Queen Named LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 10. (;P)_ 'file 1019 Arkansas Livestock Show rodeo queen not only Is pretty but fhc trains her own horses and has been riding since she was three years old. She is Miss Mary Louise sud- oiclh, 17-year-old, brown-haired North Little nock High School senior. Slie was named unanimously by Ihe judges -at last night's rodeo performance. Riinncr-up in the field ot 20 contestants was Miss Hazel Lawler 17 o( Texarkana. ' ('iriciit near his home Sunday stale" Police Investigator Wyalt Patrick said young Gentry was struck by a bullet Irom a gun discharged accidentally by a companion. A Cairo. III., man, Lester Council, 48. was Injured fatally when a truck he was driving overturned near Malvern. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. J>AGE FIVE Rep. Hayf SMI Need For World Federation WASHINGTON, Oct. 19. (*)—R*P Brooki Hays of Arkansas think* there Is need for a world federation to control means of mui d«*true- tion—such as the atom bomb *nd bacteriological warfare.- He Joined R«p. Judd {R-Minn> yesterday In a statement Urjihg creation of such a federation. • NEW Bo* Opent Week 1)171 ?:*« P.M. Matinee Siturd*; * Sua4*» Ma t.- Sun. 1 PA. C*nt Manila, Ark. Showi KVEB.X NKiHT iMundfty & Tuesday GIANT GORILLA PANICS NITE CLUB! -at >crc«n •xplodet with VO moit l.nifit thrill* «v»r pictured! Last Time Today 'THE YOUNGER BROTHERS" with Wayne Morrto and Janli Paij, Also Sliortt -Tuesday 'FLAXY MARTIN' with Vffiinli Mij. Alao Short* —ALSO— .NEWS • CAKTOON I MIGHT?, JOE YOUNG TERRY MOORE . BEN JOHNSON ,-o D08III ImsKONC . - IUK «.n,> Warner New* & Short Mlln North< »f BJjthnlU* Box Office Open* at f Of Show SUrti 7:M • ' Last ,Time Tonight "EASTER PARADE? Fnd A«*aln .G Infer Added Atlraetl.u. Tuesd-y and Added AttruUon* if you hang on a minute Sometimes, when the telephone rings the person you are calling happens to be right beside it. But more often ihc is busy in another part of the house — cleaning, getting dinner, or perhaps bathing the baby. ' ' So remember, wait a full minute before hanging up—• it will give your friends a chance to reach the telephone ,, and you will get a good many more answers to your ''.' calls. • SOUTHWESTERN IEU TELEPHQNI CO.I

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