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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 3, 1949
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•' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER"8, 1949 Unity is Sought • *' - ' ' '; '. '• For West Europe Foreign Ministers Representing Twelve Nations Meet in Paris . BLYTHEVILLE : (ARK.) COURIER- MKWS Continued from , By The Associated Press Th« problem of uniting Western Europe -is being 1 considered today by foreign ministers of 12 nations, i The twelve, members of the guid-! Ing ministeral committee of the : Council of Europe, are meeting In ParU. They are considering resolutions passed by t)ie council's con.sulta- llve assembly, which met at Stras- ..^bourg in September. These called • for a European economic union - - with preferential trade links. Paul G. Hoffman, Marshall plan administrator, earlier this week called for economic integration of Western Kurone. The only way to lasting prosperity. Hoffman said, lies in the' creation of a single European market. Progress along this line was made yesterday when the General Council of the European Economic Cooperation organization (OEKC) a- frced to eliminate national quota restrictions on M per cent of the International commerce of Marshall plan countries. • The foreign ministers, 'at their present conference, will also consider a resolution calling for n European political authority with rea! powers to carry out limited functions in' international government. In London, the British defense ministry announced that North, Atlantic treaty powers have started work on an integrated plan for meeting arms requirements. The plan called for stepped up arms production. . At Lake Success the United Nations considered a four-po\ver resolution declaring that Albania and Bulgaria endanger peace In the Balkans by aiding Greek guerrillas. The resolution, introduced by Australia, China, Britain and the United states.' was expected to be carried by a big majority. Little Rock, vice-president of the hall, and poisl bly; Perry Lei ; AdkU- son of Biytheville,'wiltr accompany Hie University'j 61ficl»l- s rtpre»«n- talive. • '.'.'.,'/ : t . ', • Parade to Launch CenmMiM '' The parade marking 'the -opening of Sunday's.ceremonies.wili'be headed by a police escort, followed by th* Naval Band from Mill!ngton Naval Air Station, near, Memphis,-the Guard of Honor, colors; Major. General Walnwright and other, diitin«- ulshed -guest,-ex-service mtn, 'Negro x-j-ervicemen, the, Blytheville High School Band, the American Legion Auxiliary, National Guard Transport and automobiles.' : - :. The dedication prpgV'am will open vith a . band concert, ind ' A. 8. .Todd) Harrison win be mister, of •ereiiionies for trie'occasion. The lev. L. T. Lawrence, pastor of the Presbyterian Church' in Osceola will give (He inVpcation, after vhich the Star-Sparigl«d ; Binner will be played'by.'the'Nav'al Band! ' SUFFEPS STROKE — Graver Cleveland Alexander, the st Louis Cardinals' 'pie Pete' of twenty-five years ago, sun's himself atop hv apartment at Holly wood. Calif He collapsed in a drug store the daj before and was treated for a mild stroke. <.\p Wircphoto). The Unveiling by servicemen, the,:Victory March by the High School = Band, and •• prayer by Dr. Alfred 8.- Vise, Ribbl it the Temple .Israel, -will'.-precede the general s address t , Gathinjfs to Introduce The 1101191 able E C (look) Gath- gs, representative " ! 'of the First Arkansas Cohgressional'; District, will introduce the'speaker. Following WainwrightV' address the Rev. B. Francis ;McDevitt, priest at the Church" of 'lfnmacula.te Conception, will pronounce.the benedic- .ion. The echo of the bugles .will mark ;he end of the dedication services, Adjutant GeheraT Earl T.-- Ricks will repesent Governor.Sid McMath at. the ceremonies. , Captain James! R.. Reeder, .head of Company :"M."-of rthe i Arkansas National Guard-and Mr. Little will accompany Lt. .Fred -I*.-.flteadinan executive officer-- of?the • Natioha! Guard in a twin.engine plane to bring General Wainwright, to Blytheville from Memphis; It is hoped that'Adjutant, Genera, Ricks will arrive bn'Saturday nigh' as well as Col. F. B. 'Jacobs of Memphis, Congressman' Gathings, ' am R. B. Stout. Mr. Gregson and the- University repiesentathps nill arrive just before time lor the.ceremonies.-He wll fly tram Houston' to Memphis early Sunday He will be In Houston to attend the A'rk'arisas-Hice tobtbal game Saturday'ajfternboh! $20,000 Bonds Allowed For Convicted Reds Who Plan to Of fleers Foil Liquor Theft FORT SMITH, Ark., Nov. S; (if, The attempted thelt ot'tlM worth of liquor from a wholesale firm here was foiled,by police early this morning. • . '. ,-,-.. The thiei'es escaped after^a wild chase: (p -the 1 downtown' section of fort Smith during which .the fugitives once tried 'to ram r a police car.-Policeman Tommy Martin fireii »everal shots at- the ipeeding getaway -car. •' .. - \ Police Detectives Lamar' Higglns and Foster Porter said the thieves lad stacked '47. cases of expensive f'hisky • near the door of the Central Distributors firm here. , Police had towed a 1 car, found parked near the -liquor -firms and without a license, to a nearby garage tater, a 1 group.of men arrived at the garage In another car. One jumped out/, entered the towed car a>;d xped «»-»y.'.',/:'•"•."•.'<•'• -, , The garage attendant called police. Police began » hunt .for :the two ears. One of the machines topic Oklahoma license*, officers said The police spotted one car and gave chase. The llcenseiess car was later found abandoned in downtown Fort Smith: The break-In at the liquor firm was discovered'early; this morning The chase was shortly after midnight. Police, believed the thieve* were stacking the.liquor to be/load ed ard hauled off later, in the night. A door,of the building-had been forced open. Inauguration Friday For College President Judges in Deadlock Over '49 Nobel Award e > STOCK HOLM Noi 3— (iPt Tile Sredish academy decided today to shehe this "jears Nobel prize foi literature; :because it was hopelessly deadlocked- -over...four . top- candidates, 'including Winston Church hill and the Italian Phllosophei Benedetto Crote l The tug-of-«ar on the piize decision was reported to haie be»n greater than';any;time during-^ the half century in which the 18-mein- ber academy has ben making the an ard Mother of 11-Pound Boy, Her 13th Baby, Dies In Hospital in Dyess Funeral rites for Mrs. Estelle Van- later, wife ,of Harold Vannater of Dyess, 'and..*'. M-jear old grandmother' who died yesterday'about 21 lours after givinj'blrth' to her 13th child,"'were conducted yesterday at he'Baptist-Church, in ,Whitton by the Rev•'• H.-O. Hicks. '•. Mrs. , Vannater'a • 13th child was an 11-pound 13-ounce boy who was epot fed- by. Dyess Hospital authorities as very'healthy. Her grandson •> the son of her daughter. Mrs Varies Andrews, also,' of Whitton. Mrs! Vannater dieri : at the Dyess hospital about 2 .a.m. yesterday after giving birth to the child at 5-30 :ME previous rnorniiig. She was born in Nashville, Tenn., moved'to Dyess at the age. of 10 and >was married to Mi'. Vannater at the age of 15 Hve of her children dieii in Infancy] 1 Survivors include her- husband a fanner at Whitton; four daughters Mrs. Andrews, Evelyn, Betty Lou and.Tliclina Estelle Vannater; four sons J R I«n*ood. Cahin and the unnamed infant; all of Whit- Ion thice biothers Caisej West of Tjionza Cailey West of Terrell and Wfnburn West of Earle: and two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Newberry of Earlc and Mrs. Lillie Easley of Tv- ronza. Burial was in the Whitton Cemetery wiin the i Citizen's Funeral Home at West Memphis in charge of arrangements. FORT SMITH, Ark., Nov, S. (If) —Dr. md A. Walker will be inaugurated Friday morning as president of the College of the Ozarks at Clraluville, Dr. Walker Is a graduate of the college in the class of 19U6. He 5U"- ceeds Dr. Wiley Lin Hurie and will be the first alumnus to head the Institution In the 115 years since it, was founded. The new president lias been vice president of the college since 1948. His inauguration will be one of the highlights of the college homecom- ng celebration. Missouri to Execute Slayer at Midnight JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Nov. 3 '~ " slender ozark- farmer who Three Missco Convicts Are Granted Paroles LHTLF ROCK Noi 3 (AP)_ Paiolcs for 29 comiet.'c uere ap- prpved ^yesterday , by the Arkansas Parole Board. ' Those from Mississippi Comity pa.oled included Edna Coleman, Oct. '30. 1047. sauit to kill six jeais Fmmett Rowc Oct 28 1W 'iia oegrce murder, 21 jears Lion Dec/ores 'Dividend EL DORADO Ark Nov ] (\P) The Lion Oil Companj ie_terdaj declared a quarterly diudend of 37 and one-half .'cents per share on cotton stock. The dividend will be paid to common stockholders of record at the close of business Nov.. 30. , sec- Spa Seeks Honeymooner* HOI SPRINGS 'Ark, Noi 3 (AP)—Vice Piesident Barklej and his bnde-to be ha\e been imited to hone\moorf in Hot Springs -C.. Emmett • Kviton, chamber of .Commerce president, sent -the Invitation to Barkley today He infoimed the vice president that Hot Spnngs is a long time tavonte of honejmooner^ ' NEW YORK,',-N6v . U.S. Court of Appeals; ruled -today that the n top:Aniericmi 'communists nomicted of conspiracy ma> be released on bail pending appeal of their case. ' The court • ruled .that T seven .could | be released in 520 000 b^il each and four in $30000 bail apiece : The goiernmenUortguraVh ask ed that their total bail be set at tl 000 000 „• f Spa Bids for Next Publishers' Convention MINKRAI WELLS Tex NOT } — lf >— Hot Springs Ark. has put in. its bid for'the 1959'convention of nte Southern Newspaper Pub hshers Association.-Directors of the organization will meet: fleet Jannary t e name'the convention site. ' The publishers are-holding then- annual meeting here. - Hfllf PROOF Whtther you work fc»for« th» ell-i««in» «/ti of o ttl«yn!on or movi«.corri«ra . th« «v«r-lovin9 •/•• of your'. family . . . lh» »y»f-crilicor ,''.'. «ye» of your publicj you'tt woni lh« n/Jons thai «iv« you mof»' leg b*auty, : mor» wear. Nyloni of Not« by loteproof in thMr, th*«r*r «r:ih»«f»tt weight* . . . proponionid (o fit,, in " Ungth and width. Buy them in ri«w- Flirtation Colon, kty*d to fall fashioni. • ' Barney'sTriendlyStiqes A Handbag Of Distinction! Genuine Leather Smooth Calf or. Reversed Suedes Grteh-Bloek-TauptVy Spice-Brown-Tan \ 95 4 lectric Co-Op to Use ^lectricity to Heat orrest City Warehouse FORREST CITY, Ark., Nov. 3. (ff, -A feature of (he new office and •arehouse. building of the Woodruff lectric Cooperative Corp being reeled here. Is that'll will be eated entirely by electricity, T. E Bostick, inanng'er, said ilie rick and tile structure, to cost 101 000, Is expected to be completed y May l.-It will hnve space for 18 'flees and a warehouse. Woodruff Electric Cooperative Tves seven East Arkansas counties. IOP Treasurer Resigns CHICAGO, Nov. 3. W-JaniDs S. Kemper resigned today as treasurer f the Republican National Com- iilttee because the GOP's reserve iind.5 have /alien below $125,000. Kemper, a Dewey delegate at.the 848 OOP convention, also said he as been handicapped by a cliffer- nce between his opinions and those f "the party—officially or unofti- ially"—on -political issues.' ' ier Aim Improves SEATTLE, Nov 3. .(AP)-— Mrs. ewell Sanders. 28, told police last light she trunks-she's'dDjiiK'belter Reporting a prowler's second effort within a'week to. enter-her house, •Irs. Sanders said: - : "Lust Friday I only,shot his hat •ff. This time I am'sure I wbund- d him." • • killed his wife said today lie always I'aj's his debts "and this is no exception," He will die in Missouri's lethal as chamber a few 'minutes alter midnight tonight. Penitentiary Warden Ralph N Eidson said Ernest Afton Scott, 43. seems prepared [a die. Scott shot.' his wife to dcdth, with a rifle ; March 23, 1348, ill Mountain Grove Mo. vegetables were beyond the means o[ most citizens. PAGE SEVUN •—^——^———___ Tho present population of Rangoon Is estimated to be 750,000. Magnolia A. & M. Slated To Become 4-Year College MAGNOLIA. Ark., Nov, 3, IAP) — Magnolia A. and M. College will become a four-year school next year. The board of trustees incL-tinu hi Tcxmkana last night, voted to latsc the Institution from junior to senior college status .beginning with the 1050-51 year, The school, cfiliibltsiied by mi act of the legislature In 190Q as the Third District Agricultural School, now has a record enrollment of G2U students. H has been a Junior college since 1025. Shooting Victim Dies I.I'ITUE ROCK, Noi'. 3. (,T>, — Luther Scott, 53. wounded in a main street shooting at Clinton. Ark.. Oct. 22, died In the Fort Hools Veterans , Administration ho.spitul hei-c loiluy. As (More limit n (Jo^pn spectators looked on. Scott WHS shot five times Martin Scott, 00. no rotation, was arrested. Ma/nutrition Causing Rangoon Death Increase \ RANGOON —(/P|_ Malnutrition was said officially to be the cmisc of 30 percent of deaths In l!an- Roon. 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