The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 18, 1950
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, MAY 18, 1950 fARlU COUHBW KBWS Romania Wants U.S. to Reduce Diplomatic Staff American Envoys Accused of Spying ly Soviet Satellite ^t-ONDON, May W.i <*)—Romania has become the latest Soviet satellite to demand that the United Stales cut its diplomatic staff with in the country. Dispatches from Bucharest today said the Communist-led Romanian government has accused U S, diplomats there of spying ant demanded that the legation star be reduced to 10 members. Last month, the Czechoslav gov eminent demanded that the U.S legation staff in Prague be cu by two-thirds. Washington countered with an order for a similar reduction of Czech personal in th< United States. Romania told the U. S. to close it. information center in Bucharest it March charging "activities liostil to the Romanian people 1 ' wen centered in the office. Retaliating the U. S. ordered the Romania! commercial attache's office in Ne\ ' York dosed. PAGE rmi Benny Metheny Valedictorian Frier tanjley SaluUtoriin /— bov. McMath to Address Graduates Of Leachville High School Frday Gov. Sidney McMath will speak lo tlie graduating class of the Leachville High School at 8 p.m. Friday at commencement exercises to be conducted at the Melody Theater. The commencement program will mark tlie final high school activity for the 38 graduates. C. J. Mcrry superintendent. n . .. • ~- "• i*'^iijiii.tii, suuerimeiiUL'ni, Romania made its de- -and for I o[iay announced that Benny Meth- reduction in the legation personnel in a note refusing a U.S. request for visas for new members of the legation. The romanians demanded the U. S. staff be put on a parity with the Romanian legation in Washington and said the American staff, despite an "unfriendly" U. S. policy toward Romania, is much larger than before the \var. * e note charged the U. S. with Is to interfere in Romania's internal affairs, "slanderous attacks" on the country, a hostile altitude toward here in the United Nations, official support of refugee "Iraitors" and cited recent treason trial testimony that members of the American legation in Budapest have Hflen spying. W THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OP SIDNEY E. EVANS, DECEASED No. 1978 Notice is hereby given to Addie Mae Palmer, Charles Evans, John E. Evans. Sidney B. Evans, Mrs. Guy Davey. Esther McClure, Mrs. Elsie Stover, Wallace Evans, William M. Evans, Hale'Evans, Louise Pickens, Maralyn Joyce Evans, Sue Ann Evans, known heirs of Sidney I. Evans, deceased, and to all other persons interested In said estate tl)£fc : Mn. Annie B. Miller, 412 North SW'Street. Blyth'evllle, Arkansas wa-s appointed administratrix ol said estate on April 29, 1050, and that said Annie B. Miller has filed in this court t petition to sell personal and real . property of said e*tat« to pay debts ana ror distribution; and has also filed claim herein for certain personal services wndered Sidney E. Evans. You and each of you are hereby notified that » hearing of said pe- tttkm and consideration of satd claim tor services rendered will be Ixwrd at the courthouse, Blythe- Til!«, Arkansas, on June 9, 1950, at •which time and place protest and objections may be filed and heard. Elizabeth Blythe, Probate Court cleric O. Douglas, ally. eny had been named valedictorian and Peggy Langley, salutatorian. The is composed of 20 girls and 18 boys. The girls are Bonnie Adams. Willie Jean Gibson, Gladys Hargrove Malone. Louetla Kirksey. Peggy Langley. Evelyn Lloyd. Ethel Mae Metcalf. Doris Jeane Moore, Joyce Parsley, Alma Jeane Poe. Eleanor Puckett. Marcilce Hob- ins, Mary Aiyce Rogers, Dorothy Jean Ross. Violet E. Slattan. Ruby Jean Snelgrose, Kette Jeane Taylor. Louise Ward, and Wanda Lee Welker, Senior boys are Joe R. Bailey. John E. Blnckwell, Jerry Lee Carter, Billy Joe Fears. Cecil E. Pears Louie Field. Kenneth Leon Hackworth, Marlin Hatcher. Benny Metheny. Oaylon Eugene Sain, Joe Glen Scott. Carl Keith Shipley Franklin Smith. Billy Stewart, Jack Dempsey West, Johnnie Eugene Wells. George Edward Welch and S. U. Wilson. Jr. Mrs. Ethel Hancock will play thi processional and recessional at tin commencement exercises. Befori the governor speaks, Ihe Rev. Car G. uurton, pastor of the Firs Methodist Church at Leachville will will give the invocation, Miss Langley the salutatory address, and Benny Metheny, the valdictory ad dress, other seniors to partlcipat in the commencement program wil be Alma Jean poe, who will glv reading, and Keith Shipley, a oration. Alene Buckner, and under graduate student will sing. Following the graduation addi'es. C. j. Merrynian will present snecia awards to the outstanding gradu ates. A $200 scholarship, sponsore jointly by Stat- Senator Lee Bear den and Arkansas State College Jonesboro, is to be presented th valedictorian. Benny Metheny, so of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Methen. was voted the most popular boj the most likely to succeed, has lettered four years In basket ball, as well as ranking hi&hes scholastically among the graduate The seniors will be presented b Principal Paul Hendrickson, Ju. before Senator Bearden, preside! of the school board, presents ti diplomas. The Rev. B. w. Pierce, pastor-o the First Baptlsl church at Leach vine, will give the benediction. War Bride Saved from Deportation NEW YORK. May 18. (fT) — An order from a U.S. Supreme Court justice halted the deportation of a Germ:ui-L>orrj war bride yesterday just 20 minutes before her plane left for Europe. Signed by Justice Jackson In Washington, tiie order allows Mrs. Ellen Knauff to remain in this country pending tlie outcome of an appeal of hcr case to the higb court, She was given 'until May 25~ to file such an appeal. Jackson followed up his order with a bluntly-worded statement criticizing Immigration and Justice Department officials for "bundling this woman onto an airplane to get her out of this country within hours" after the Circuit Court of Appeals had granted clearance to the deportation move. Such haste, Jackson said, "leaves no doubt that the purpose is to defeat the jurisdiction of this court as well as the determination of Congress." The House unanimously approved a bill U» allow Mr.s. Knauff to enter the United States. This measure is now pending before the Senate. Mrs. Knauff, 35, has been held on Ellis Island since 1948. She testified LUXORA NEWS B) Mr* G. C. l»rlv«i 1'TA Holds Induction Ceremony The Luxora Parent-Teachers As- Jclalion held its final meeting of he year last Wednesday at the chool cafeteria. New officers were nstalled for next year. President Is Mrs. John Thwealt, ucceeding Mrs. A. B. Rozclle. Otb- installed include Mrs. W. C. feadows. vice president; Mrs. Wiley 'ate. secretary; and Mrs. William ^. Johnson, treasurer. Mrs. Carroll Vatson of OsceoU was the install- ig officer. Mrs. C. O. Redman of Blytheville. program speaker, spoke 11 tuberculosis. The ninth grade on the room count. Outgoing offi- ers were hostesses. Mrs. Stanford Present Piano Pupils Mrs. T. L. Stanford presented her Egyptian Princess to Proceed Y/ith Marriage to Commoner By IIAKOLD V. STKKKTBR SAN FRANCISCO, May 18. OT— Any time now—maybe today, maybe tomorrow—the lovely princess Is going to wed her commoner sweetheart before a Moslem priest—and the furious king of Egypt can make the most of U. Last night 19-year-old Falhla, beautiful brunette sister of King Niroiik at long last received official decrees from Cairo, confirming what she had read in the papers: hc r title Is lifted; her fortune Is Impounded; so Is the fortune of Queen Mother Nn?.U; both must return to Egypt within 60 days. That did ft. She promptly told her mother Ihe Moslem wedding to 31-year-old Riad Glmli, secretary to quest from (he Egyptian govern- nent that Ghall be deported to Egypl. that he had approached him as a matter of routine after Ills diplomatic status expired. piano students at a recital held last Friday evening at the high school auditorium. Appealing in instrumental numbers were Tommy Jo Olive. Kay Whihnore, Mary Ann Ells. Clementine Gentry, Hollice Johnson. Sherry Wright, Caroline Smith. Charlie Wood, Ann Ashley Rozctle, David Hill, Patricia Mc- Aclams, John Thweatt, Melba Mc- lullar, Calvin Wilkins. Raymond Olive. Billy Thwentl. Nora Ann Jackson. Dixie Howard. Donna Chandler, and James Hill. G. W. Hall and Tommy Jo Olive were presented as vocalists. Personals Mrs. H. M. Kochenderfer. who has been visiting here for two weeks, left Monday for her home In Lewistown, Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvlii Welk of Cincinnati. Ohio, were recent visitors of Mrs. C. A. Brown and_ family. Mayor and Mrs. E. R. Bogan attended the Mayor's luncheon at the Cotton Carnival in Memphis last week. ' j Mrs. W. C. Howard has recently returned from an extended visit In Chicago with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Ramey and family. j Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ellison re- ! turned last week from a business ! trip to Texas and Mexico. i Mrs. G. C. Driver was hostess to ' her two table bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Elizabeth Silliman was the only eucst. Prizes were won by Mrs, C. P. Crawford and Mrs. Driver. Queen Na/.ll, is on. The quicker the better. "Within 11 couple days," was the assurance the assurance the youngest member of the Egyptian royal family passed out to all callers. While all Egypt taked about the romance of their Moslem /'former princess" with Coptic Christian, the princess and hcr mother discussed the wedding, the wedding dress and the honeymoon. But in the background there were dark clouds. Ghall's diplomatic status was lilted by the Irntc Egyptian officials He lias been approached by the U. S. Immigration Commissioner here on when he will have mailers arranged to leave the United Stales. He set May 25 as the tentative date. Immigration Commissioner Bruce Barber said he had received no re- Frank Erickson Is Charged As Gaming Partner NEW YORK. May 18. (/P>—Assistant District Attorney Alfred H. Scolti charges that blg-tlme gambler Prank Brltkson Ims a (ininancial finger in a $685.000 gambling pie dished lip in a fancy Florida resort. Scolti said yeslerday in conrl that Erickson gels a cut from a earning room operated nt the Swank Colonial inn, localcd near Hallan- dalc. Fin., between Miami and Hollywood. Hallandale is the train slop for the Gulfstream Hace Track. The Florida establishment netted a profit of $085,538 In one your for Erickson and its Florida inul Detroit, Mich., owners, Scottl said He declared Krlckson's cut of five per cent netted him $34,276 foi the period. Atlanta Transportation Workert Go on Strik* ATLANTA, May 19. (^(-Atlanta's .300 Irolley and bus drivers slruck or higher wages last midnight, eavlng this city of almost 400,000 •esiilcnts without public transporta- lun. Although on strike against (he 3eorgla Power Company, the o|»r- alors cllmlKd Into (heir piivalc lutes-cleat'.? Inhetwt-and started giving free service to former Irolley riders. The Union—Amalgamated Assoc- "Old at 40,50,60?" RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. ' Thursday "HOLLYWOOD VARIETIES" wilh Itohert Aid* anil tlouslcr Hot Shots Also News A Short At ALI drug Mores evcrywncre — Ulythrvllle, at Klrby & Wood* l)n Friday tti Salurriay "OVER THE BORDER' wild Johnny Alack Brown Also Cartoon .t Serial itlon of Street, Electric Railway nd Motor Coach Employes or Amrica, AFIr—said the cars would run long as the union's gu and oil upply lasts. NEW Box Op«m Week Dayi 1:M p.m. Mllfnn Salurd»ji & Bindaji Mat.-Sun. 1 p.m. C'onL KI»wlD| Manila, Ark. Thursday "CHALLENGI OF LASSIE" with Donald Crisp And Lassie Also Short* Friday "ZAMBI" with Jon Hall Also Short! Saturday 'COLORADO PIONEERS' with Wild Kill Klllott Also Shorts last month that she believed th expulsion order was instigated by former girl friend of her husband, Kurt. He was a civilian employe of the U.S. military government in Germany. Jackson took pointed notice of the Justice Department's refusal to make public its reasons for barring Mrs. Knautf other than its report that "she;would. be a hazard to ; ih- ternarsecurity." Senator's Wife Dies WASHINGTON. May 18. - (<P) _ Mrs.' James E. Murray of Butte Mont., wife of the United States senator, died early yesterday in Roosevelt Hospital in New York. She had been ill for many weeks. With the Gourts Chancery: Donna C. Wwiderlich vs. W. J. Wunderlich, .suit for divorce. Dr. M. L, Skalier vs. Marvin Lynn Hughes, et al. suit to revive judgment loin against, real property of W. L. Hughes, decensed. The senator's office said clealb was due to a kidney ailment and complications. / - OFTEN NEED A LAXATIVE Syrup of Black-Draught Is [rlea! for children nerdinp a (axMive became ol Irregular eat- IHK or of tiLugglsTmes.3 due to constipation. 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