The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 18, 1947
Page 5
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^FRIDAY,JULY 18, 1047 Germans Moved To New Prison Rudolph Hess and Six Other High Nazis Held in Spandau BERLIN, July 18. <UP>—RiftloU Hess niul six other Nuni k>n<f!rs sentenced to prison in the Nuernberg war crimes trhil were flown scerelly to Berlin today to serve lime in tile red brick Spnnditu Prison. The Na«l convicts came from Nuernberg lu an urmy plane with black-out windows. It landed at Gatow Air Field, in the British sector of ^Ibrlin, three miles from Span- dau, the' grim prison 'whore llio Nazis lodged their enemies in tile days of Ilillerisin. 'flic Nazis -were brought, to Berlin uinie months' after the hanging of their fellow defendants and the suicide of an eleventh, Her'imimi tinor- hin, on the eve of the mass execu- Ike in Wax BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Arkansas Cotton Queens to Go to Frisco Virginia Jo Newsmuo • * * Three Arkansas beauties will compete' against ;;irls from oilier colton-produelni; slates for Ihc lilte of internalioniil Cotlo.i Queen at Uic Cotlpn States Jubilee (it San Francisco, July 129. durlns tl>e Lions InicrimtioiiiXI Convention. The Arknnsas'limilhU arc: Lucille Mason of Miilvern; Mary Jane Elliott, of Camden; and Virginia jo Newsume of Clarendon. The three i;irls were chosen by (h» Cotton ytatc.i Jubilee committee, rcurr-scntinii l.COO Soutliorn Lions I'Hibs, from contcslmils from every section of the Cotton Bell. In adclilion to competing lor the cotinn Queen litle, Ihc Arknn:;:is beauties will apprui- us UK dels In a giant all-cotton fashion show staucil by the National Cotton Council and Cotloii-Ti'xlilo ln- stitiuc as a part of the Jubilee celebration. S.Missco4-H Rally is Planned Annual Event to Bo Held in Osceota Next Wednesday OSCEOLA. July 18, — 'Hie imiluul 4-H Club ndly for South Mississippi County will be held hero Wednesday. 11 wus itnnounci'd today by U V. Mnlodi, county uncut. The days ucilvltlos will IjeRlu lit i p.m. wlien the club members con- gi-CKiUe at (be Gem -Theatre for a free movie «ntltlcd "Talkllis Anl- mftls." Follmvlim tlie movie the Blrl club members will present their style dress revue. Five divisions of the contest will be cpen to senior girl members and four to Junior B | r ls. winners will be nimointml in all nine divisions. Winners oi u,e senior divisions will be awarded an all-expense irlp in FnycUcvlllv for the Slate 4-11 Club Camp and win compete In the stale styles dress competition. Members of the group will enjoy swlinmlni; and contests to be held at the Osreola Municipal Swimming Pool followinr; the tlirss revue. Itcfrc.slimi'iit.s conslsllnt; of liol dniss nud snfl drinks will be served members of Ihc rsroup on Ibe On- ccola llliih .School campus al 11:30 after which i;iuncs will he played »i|d 4-11 demonstrations will be held. then the nUile has hfUl two nct- Ini! tiovernors. The first was Stale Governor Laney Due Back in State Sunday SAL IjAKr-J CTIY, July 1«. (UP) — Oov. Ite-ii I.:mey Is expected to vituni to Arknnsus Kunday. following his iinnounreiiicnl In Sail 1/vk'sl City ycstci'diiy lltii he wou'd not f.o on a proposed 1'aelflc lour with the -Navy. The. Ai'kiiijins chief rxpcW.k'!; left the ntiilo on July 10. Since and grievous mental, suHerlpg," Miss Lamarr, wearing'dark (lus^ , cs, red, white and blue candy «ir1p*'i Senate and Lt. Oov. Wuthaii Gordon. Governor L-inoy wns accompanied on the trip lo Die governor.) conlereiice In Halt Lake City by two slate officials (ami their wives. Hcdy Lamar Sheds Third Spouse; Cruelty Blamed HOLLYWOOD, July 18. (UP) — Hi'dy Liuniirr yestcrduy divorced her third husband, aclor John, •17, clmri;lh|g lie caused her "jsvcnt In SujK-rlor Court and told Judge Thurmnn Clarke ol Loder'j "extreme cruelty." Lodcr, amonB other-things-would Me (town on the couch, take 4 drluk, and go to sleep when -she..{triadTo', Inlti to him "every night,"" sh*'-tes- tified. Since service was- Inaugurated 120 ycnii ago. nearly 2,000,000 per- 'BOIIS hove tiaveled. >y'^lr.bctwetij lloslon and New York,' Too Late to Classify for Sale •*':^Qaly ^Inpi iliono. 852. OrjocrM iSlrctrlc: rerrl UruaKfnst roojn.-' su , fin,! Le", *-ou t:h . ' i very • lifelike :-vfigurc of (Sc'ncril 6f the Army Dwiglit D' Eisenhower'- isi one of • the. 'no'v.' features of the Grevm IMuseum, in Puib noted foi "Us 1 Wax- yrorks gallcrjjs'ot-, faindus por- itonagcs. Photo by Rene Henry, '- - NEA stnlt corrcspomlcnL ' • .- te: 't . I) c<l I'ooni 'sui Ur ' t T-Jf an ^ '.•'• u..'.i'i'. '.'•S">»,-y" (ion at NucrnberK. Besides Hess, one-time No. 2 ,Ka/.i who Hew to Britain in 19II and who n i given a life sf ntence at Nucrn- licrK. the prisoners were: Walther Finite former cconp:nlcB minister and Reichsbank (lircctor: sentenced to life. Fnch .n«edei-, : former '-grqmi admiral of .(h.c|Qerni:ih Navy,-life/ Baldur von'Shirach. [onner Hitler Youth Iea(le'iv20 years. Albert, Spferv former nrma'meuls minister, 20 years..-. '' r : •('•• Constantih von Neuralli. former foicl n minister and "prptoetor" of Czechoslovakia. 15 years. Karl Do'enilz, former grand admiral. 10 years. The Nav.i leaders bad been expecting a move for twoWeeks. Hess was said to have shown little interest, pacing up nnd down his cell and at times eating his meals while lying lint on tlie floor. Fewer Privileges in Spandau Two years of good food and little activity nt Nuernberg bail fattened up the Nazis, but the tough regime imposed at Spandau wns calculated to reverse tlie process. They will put in a 54-hour work week, insofar as their physical condition permits, while subsisting on normal German prison rations. The labor assignment will include k cping the- 71-year-old prison cicnn,' sweeping up 'debris in tlie neighborhood, and cultivating prison land. Toi geltlng- ont of line, the pen- -_ ,»^, alts list includes such items as be- other without special permission, ing deprived of all clothing, no lights Under prison rules they can re- for four weeks, no access, to open air for two weeks, n 'bread and Food for Greece . 5 rooiu.hon'so with' tw<* 'lols oti oorsu :• oij-cllv >>'"s Hii^. WeU-Hqeotr:'. "n 'Uikc St. Price' H500. \Vlth urmK., 31 acre I^rni. fair lniT)roT(;ineius. on cravc'l rn^il, has DloclrlrlCv.' oil action] bus loiite. Ixjrutcd off HliUiu-ay, iijl N. ot lliiytl, Mo. Price S4750.' With toniifi. , ., • 1 • •*. room !itnis<? wlth'halh. on rc-melTy rn^d. In BOtxl repnlr. Price 43000. oiii hr.ncllo U'llh ' siooO] crtsh payiiinnL, buliuicc iiiotlthly. I'osspsfiloii with fnlc. New modern 5 room house Just com- pliHetl. Prltoil to BeU. j rootn mill l>:ith. Imrtlu-GfHl flcjors. r.n pavfinrtil. I^cntft!' clij.ic In: In north part of town. Price:] to sell, owner Icftvlti^. l.UTHKIl GRAY. KEAI.TOR. PHONE luirrr noss a«\i.E:5MAN. PIIONK- Office 115 S. 3rd. St. with Million Williams Ins. Agency. Ph. 2751 For Rent 2087. 2 Uooil) 2002. efficiency nparltiici ' • ' ' l i \ ' ' <v i '• ' t ' ' pasffbr' Spandau's'Ticw euciiUf. Tlicy wilt not be allowed lo speak to or ^ wiUt ccivc exactly one vLsSLor each two months, nnd then for only 15 min- life [ho v/eckly. Beautiful Creations! Bcaulifully niotiiiled mirrors, all styles, all sixes. Cnrvecl willi grafcftil lines to =nhance the aiipcju-ancc of your home All Conic With Cold Trim. Easy Payments ,~ m ALVIN HARDY Furniture 113 East Main The Store of Better Buys" Phone 2302 Hoc* obtained .for, Greece untier the relief' program Js loacicd nuoard t^ic American Export Lines SS Amcriean victory at Stntc.n 'Island, r-jew York. H will soon he on its way to lirecce. nr.icli Is mjaiii rcelliifj the sirifC'.cf war ns'the Greek army lights ti'guerrilla Invasion from Albania. (NBA Tclcphoto.) i , -. . , ' Southeast Shows Decline In Number oi Teen-Agers ATLANTA. Ga.. .lilly 18. (UP) — The crop of tceii-agers in the Southeast is diminishing but it is far from extinct, the U. S. Department of Commerce warned yesterday. Regional Director G. Parker Persons saitl Census Bureau estimates -showed that there were 52,000 fewer youngsters five to 17 years old on July,'J,-. 1945, than on April 1, IfHO. '.Txti years ago, there were an cs- ll.matcd 4.!)68,(!<tl 5-to-17-year-olds iii North and South Carolina, Georgia. Florida. Tennessee. Alnhama iihd Mississippi, compared with a total of 5.020.0ui ;n 1940. In only two .states—Georgia and Florida, did the mimhcf increase. Persons said. 'Dr. Albin Joins Faculty FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.. July IB (U.I'.> — Edgar A. Albin, widely known art historian and critic, has been appointed associate protest of art at the University of Arkansas. He is now with the University of TulsR faculty. Albin will assume Ills dunes with the opcninR of the Fall scmcstr.i September. He spent .sevc'a days on the campus Inst Spnnj; us a visiting lecturer on art Jihton and criticism. T DRIAMS COM E TRUE Btil rsn-cly ljy,AYi^ji'K|iil<j 1 i^::^ii:l!ftvc,lo ^or^^llwnrjt.m^ yust to - liulp llicin ni!ilcrinli/u. 'I'uUc Hint lillli: li'omc oi' your own— for V family to grow up in. JJromn nil you liko, itlwuL iircliitcclucc, Ilpoi- jxlitriK ami., , color sclicmwi- 1.5 til if you, willy \viint l.liiil draini. ly como .Lnio-^tui't..!!,, , ( toward really' by opoinnj; mi iiccoiitil vvilh u«. 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