The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1949 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 12, 1949
Page 6
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PACT SEC Ft. Smith Group Visits Johnson ' Delegation Seek* ,•' Hojd Up on Orders Closing Camp Chaffee By Gordon Brown liAF. Special Wuhlnzion Service • WASHINGTON, Oct. 12. W—A <M«t»t!on from Ft. Smith, Ark., carried,to 'the Pentagon yesterday ita plea for continued operation of Campj Chaffee, Ark. , The: camp, near. Ft. Smith, has been bordered closed by next April under the economy program of Secretary 61 Defense Johnson. First closed »t.the end of the war, the camp has been used by the Army In th« pas' year as a training camp. . Gov.SId McMath of Arkansas accompanied the ft. smith 'group to Washington (o help present the case to Johnson. ' The group wants fron Johnsoi » promise; to hold up his closln order until he has re-examined th matter. ' Clarence' F, Byrns, editor of th ft. Smith Southwest American am Ft. Smith Times-Record, was dele ttated'c'hief spokesman for yester day's conference with Johnson. ';HU argument he told a reporter ii 'that the matter should be re surveyed In the light of Preslden Truman's'.'recent announcement o: an atomic explosion In Russia. •Camp Chaffee, he said, Is one of the , few'inland training camps— hence less vulnerable'to air attack Because of Its varied terrain the camp also Is regarded by army men as one of .its Weal training areas Byrhs said. • He added that the camp also is large enough to accomodate at least t«o divisions. Others in the Ft. Smith delegation include Bert ~Iarper, Grover Jernlgan, and R. Kay Hodgcrs. Several members of th" Arkansas Congressional delegations accompanied the group to Johnson's of- BI/TrHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER JTKWM Arkansaas, Including Senn- fice. tors McClellan and Representatives Tackett, Trimble, Mills, Hays, Harris and Gainings discussed their case Monday at a later at a luncheon In the Senate meeting In McClellan's office and dining room. McMath new to Washington with his adjutant general Earl Hicks Monday. Guests of Power Company fat Meal by Candlelight HARLINGEN, Tex., Oct. 12. (AP) —Between 300 and 400 people from over South Texas were guests last night «t a dinner at Bayvlew as gtuet* of the Central Power and Light Company. They had'Just inspected the huge La. Palma power plant' near San Benito, where it was explained that more than $4,000,000 had been spent In the past few years to increase power to meet the growing needs of the Rio Grande Valley. / Just u 'the guests sat down to dinner— ' The light? went out. High officials of the company searched with flashlights for the luse box. 1 The guests went ahead •with their meal by candlelight. Missouri I/DC Convention Underway in Marshall MARSHALL, Mb., Oct. 12. (AP) The fifty-second annual convention of the Missouri division of. the United Daughters of the Confederacy opened here yesterday . Representatives of the state's 33 chapters were expected to attend the three-day session. Joining with Marshall'* Robert K. Lee chapter u hosts, were chapters from Carrollton, Columbia, Boonville, Fayelte, Mexico, Moneor City, Jefferson ctty, Mbberly and Richmond. American Sailors Protest Treatment by Officers SINGAPORE, Oct. 12. (AP) — Thirty-one crew members of the American tanker St. Chrlstophei refused to sail further on the ship md asked epatrialion to the United States when the vessel arrived here yesterday. The crew members protested their handling by their officers one crew members told newsmen they were displeased because they were allowed to leave the ship only at Vladivostok on the voyage carrying oil from the Black Sea to Korea and northeast Siberia. The ship is operated by the firm of Selling and Jarvis, of New York. Capt. Arthur Rupv refused to discuss the crew's action. Ke said he had cabled the ship's owners for Instructions. Boy Scout Jamboree To Be Held in Austria VIENNA (AP) — The 7th world 'amboree of the Boy Scout movement will be held In Austria in 1951. The meeting, which will be at:ended by scouts of five continents, s to be staged near Bad Isclil in he Salzka'mmcrgiit. The last world jamboree was held it Molssoiij Prance, in 1947. Redecorated House Has Paper From 70s and 80s LBADVILLE. Colo. (AP)— Heal House has one claim to fame. Ever room In tlie old house in this two mile high silver mining town ha been redecorated In wallpaper ol th T0j and 80s. When a new type of wallpape was shown at Pueblo Exhibition ii 1876, one room of the Hcaly Hous was papered with It. A few year ago a search was made of Lcadvill basements and attics with the re suit that enough oldtlme wallpape was found to redecorate the house entirely. It was dedicated as a Colorarl museum In 1043. IT'S KICK-OFF TIME ...IT'S 'osto/ Clerk Finds Head In Dead Letter Section . ST. LOUIS, Oct. 12—M}— A postal clerk was sorting mail yesterday when out of a brown paper bag rolled H shrunken human head Ldorned by long black hair. 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