The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1947 · Page 3
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.THURSDAY, JULY 2-1, 1017 British, Soviets Talk Trade Pact Wheat is Sought In Exchange for Manufactured Goods MOSCOW. Jnvci 2!. (UP)--lsri. lish and Russian representatives made perhaps their finf alter;;; to find the basis [or an Anglo- Soviet trade agreement. Harold Wilson, chief of the British trade delegation, cancelled plans to return lo London today. and scheduled one Lnore meeting «'iih A' I. Mikoyan. Soviet foreign trade mini-sler. •Plans lor today's .session were anncunced after Wilsrm a:ul Mi- kovan mat fast ni;jht in wir>t Wilson had cxoected lo be a farewell rsnfcrcnce. Wilson did not disclose what promoted the nu<v allempt to agree. The 'British 1'ivc been l:ylng tp cbtain Ru-:si;\n wheat in "ex-j change for 'British "irinufacuired j Kqods. Weeks of negotiations f:\iledj to produce an agreement that :ould mean so mu;h .to Britain's harcl- pre c se[t econo:i:y. On Lcndon. •informed quarters believed the Russian"; were asking prucs whieli the British wc::ld not pay. "(These sources le'.i lhat if Russia won'd not sell wheat at an agreeable price, there was no ivospsct Lhai it would trade any other commodity. iThe unexpected can:ellation o{ Wilson's plans to return home today, however. pro:r..';ted London speculation that the Russians had •made a last-iranuie eonccs^'o.i. Once before, personal intervention by 'Premier Josef St-"iu saved the negotiations frcm collapse.) COUKIEU NEWS Beauty and the Semi-Beast New Legislative Council to Hire Secretary Friday TITTLE ROCK. Ark.. July 24. <UPI -The personnel e'::niniltee of tlie irecer.Uyi organized legislative council is expected to rp-jort its rejection of an executive secretary, when the coui:"il meet-s again on •A.tur. 11. The appointment will represent a moral victory for the ccur~ ! l. v,hich h»s -h2fi to fight for op?r- atin? ifinuls tsince it \vas created bv the' last legislature. The money to c'iy a full-lime'ex- ecutive f?ci"'tary or direclor of the legislative P,esear.-h Bureau for IV •:r' > nM\s was fin?.".lv ?':pro- [:riated froni emcreency funds by the SPsie Board of Fiscal Control Tuesday. * Disbanded VFW Post Members Plan'Meeting LHTL-E ROCK. Ark.. July 24. ( UP)—Members of the Veternii.s of Ffreisn Wars post iNo. 17 wil! hold an informal meetiii!; here tonight despite the fact they are pro- •hlbitecl from gathering officially a<ter having their charter suspended last week. , •The charter was suspended. Mlon;j w(th the charter of the Port Smiih V'FVV post, infter officers seized slot ^nf";hiiies in clubrooms. Pin»! action on the disciplinary notion, is pendins; before National Conimander-in-Chief Lev.'is E. Starr. Arkansas Valley Queen to Be Selected CLiVRKSVlLXE, <Ark.. July 24. (L"P>—Candidates have teen "giv?n another week in which to EU'-Jm)it tlicir appVoalions for the "Miss Arkansas Valley" contest at CJirksvillc. rrhc new deadline is Jijly 31. . The contest is part of the an- iiucf Ozark Peach Festival held at. Clarfcsville.. Sixlceii-year-o'.d Miss GcraMinc Kin." of O'arksvillc will rclgn over the celebration is Queen Elbci'ta the VI. She is the daiiRh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Harris Kin- orchardlsts. Read Courier Mews wani. Arts. Food Wasted In U.S. Could d Mil! sons The <cie. <• 1 e mU of Auin M n n Cimli, of Florence, Il.ily, makes a striking conlrast wilh (ho zi^uie 01 a tatyr. Recently eliosen "Miss Italy." she will represent her country in a world beauty contest in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Two Arrested . ,,». As Swspects In Cattle Theft WAYNESncno. T"iin.. July 21. (Uf.i 'I he hiy.'-tery of cattle rustlers who have planned this area inr moi't- Ihitn lour ye;tis wis i.-elievcd solved mday !>v .sheriffs officer;. Sheriff Ira Gillis revealed two men have been arrested an griuirl larceny charges m coiinection with | alleged tliefi of livestock, lie be-1 lieves the fiVi: arrests are the kcv to the series of thefts in Wayne and Hardint: iDimlL'?. The mo:i charsc-d :ne Jay Franks. ;'T a f;irnu-r in the Ilaiti- int! Creek section, and his em- ploye. I'orrest Ncsljitt. ofliccis say | Franks was the first sinvs'.i.'c!, bill he tlcnirs the cllarge. Howcve.-. Ncsbitt has ccir.feised and mined Franks as leader c: the rustling expeditions, the sheriff said. Detectives from a private Mem- .phis IXHCUO>L.were credited with breakinv; • the case^ They l-.-Lirned thai Franks had been uni-.M.- lo meet a heavy dtbt on June 21. but two days latr-r dir,p;vsed of it. It i was on June 24 tl:at .1 Inn'.' iv.i bei of cows were stolen from farm near here. Murder Victim Calls Shots of Former Husband SAN FRANCISCO, July 2 4. (UP' —Mrs. Laura FlaKB, 24." entered a drug slore Tuesday night near the corner bar where t,lie was employer! as a cocktail waitress. "Will you watch me?" she asxcd proprietor Halph K'lHye. "I think my husband is Boin<; to shoot me " Kattue watched, horrified, a-; Mrs. Fli»B6 crossed (he street 011'- sidc and approached a coupe. He •saw a man standing by the car raise a rifle and pump three shots at the woman. She was dead on arrival at Ale- mnnv Emerecr.cv Hospital After firinu the shots the man entered the drugstore and turned over the ride to Kattge. When police came he told them In- was'ar. unemployed ranch hand and he had killed his divorced wife because he "couldn't live without her " He said he was 28 years old and nis name was Burton c. Fiasg. . Plagg told police he had twice attempted suicide following their divorce. Tobacco Markets Open Season; Prices Higher VAI nasTA. an., .•»••. :i. iu?i- Thc fit.'U hour of tlif first <l-,iv o- hri'ilit leaf sales on the Cienrula- P'orid-t tob:icco market :',nvi- {;ro',v ers an nvcrafv oi « n 47 cent, a rsmul ter their !:vst uraeles. Tliis was sliRl'lly i^ove upentiiQ met ions in the IB rilirs or !)»• !>'.•' li'Sl yciir. Tli;- lo',v n'')'irl,ed In d'*y was 1-1 cents f(jr commoi Hre n n le:i [ tobacco. V ?. •n.-rar'ir-nl til Ai-rirnltiirt a^er-s .said (mnlit.v v.i: nni-h bet, lev than <'j.r,l year lln tufhoul (hi bolt. Ten price of tan for silky leinoi cutters—too quality claret tobac cc—Mas paid at most of the mar kcts. Staff SrL Oernld \V. Brown o Fnrl Ucmijn". Ha. v-. the -ioli r-lalitv tcday in :i crasli fro:i TO": feel. Flown was nu'li'd rrc-u the ren I (fick|:ir •!]) the nick of ti-ne h. 1 Andv Andersen, incpni-t in;:nat;ei i Brnwn ]nd rentC'l thn two-sente converted ar:nv t-iiner. He sii< , tliat the riotor failed, i : : ~ ' » M ) 'i t dtr>) -A Sai 1 ; u .itn owner •* u ' i \i ni'.ins ceiild i r ' I" «ns i year with the < ' t 1 w i i f i "i M ii'd'k''in. fcod consull- 11 lie U. S. qiMvlci'irinti'f ' ( lt '"'• here en rente Iteuie i n live-'i'CiMhs tour of Eiir- 1" 1 11 i> <il I iif in KcH nl: r> 0 » i i ,| h, suld. "We s ' ' "(I n i i ior>.':i.M'\'"lvc 111 i I i< i ire •lO.fr),- n ^ ! < i u w t i \\.iste Unit ni'-li i". v d;i;." AI-I-: •; -.:,•? !l,e ,,,-KJ ;, I < Deri-'! 1 in t'-i- wrrtd. he r:ikl. b;>- us-o 'Vcy never have known whal VIM't i-. •"For in • nice." Mnrd'kian s.dil. we h-ve a r;,'i-iiliis r>\ '>.il:itri t .s. SO We Inn,, • |,;T to 1)(>I;| llU> J.'I'il'C •l> "Tiii: ;•. •'• <((i-p in: when you '•" '' -I'l'n ihc K>'.; o]:;:".is sl.>r\'- v;." Contributors arc Warned i.rrn.K HOCK. Ark,. ,jni v :M, u ''' Dun'i make miy coiitrlliu- Hins foi hospllnl construction lo iiiuulhin i/-\i solicitors! Tliis is |hr warning Issued by 3lat« llo:i;ii|n] Dlieclor Mnuciy \l""ii'. M-hn siiid he had received nillce nf a ira.si two nnaullKM'i/.t'd sollciiors »'orkins in the stnle. TEfeEE Convicted of Slavery 75 Army Installations Declared Surplus by" WASHINGTON, jftity "2*. (UP) _" ;lfteen wartime Jnstallatloni In jeorijla, Arkansas, Virginia,. LotiU iariii,- Florida, and Alabama were leclared .surplus-today.- The w*V- Assets Administration said lhat the i fields have not ..yd been classified for final disposal., . , . , . . , Among the-properties are 2000 Fort s' n e Ca , m t 1 C ' iaffee afei> - at : »? , Smit!l alld th s Stuttgart Army ; Airfield at Stuttgart. ATHLETES FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL if IN ONE HOUR, &T<*p^r^ swss I'I'ont- 410 Klrby Dio t State lii'inl Cuiiii i News Waul Ads -,<-*'. -'< •,;-"• Mrs. Alfred w. lni;ulls. Icfi, reposes In h, T , T |[ M Sim Dleti.) wilh liolu-e matrons Mrs, ]•:. .Irniitnijs, center, tind Mrs. R Wlirner right, after bclnu M-nlcnced lo prison for subject In,, her Nctii'o housemaid. Uiua Jones, lo Involuntary servitude for over forty years. 1NKA Tele- plioU),) 1 LOANS «| J On Blytheville | Residential Property •I ItcpayaMe in Small •i Monthly Payments I Blytheville Federal Savings & Loan Assn. •= 121 W. Ash St. 5 Phone 3545 » >»*»* + *'* * V*"» >"«•"*"*"•"•"•"*"*"+"« ftl >* DREIFUS FINER I) I A ivl I) M) S One Killed in Plane Crash j COUJMUUS, Ga.. July 24. <UP> —L-JO p. Jones of phenix City, Ala, passenger in a plane jirioted by Cnmpntcnl Help mil erjuliimtin* A-t»- qiiatfily lusurnil Contract nauliiiff tml M1flc. Services. Home SotTlce & Stormy, Go, Phona i!R01 in leaders in Yi u ccm'l help falling [n love wilh ihoso gofgcous diamondi tlie moment you sol eyes upon them. Thrill to thoir brilliant beauly . . . glorified by their cnchonling modern mountings. 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