The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1949 · Page 8
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1049 Accord on Arms Is Step Nearer Defense Secretary Optimistic After Meeting Montgomery WASHINGTON, Nov. 25. </P) — Secretary of Defense Johnson predicted after a meeting with Field Marshal Montgomery that a ile- 'ense plan freeing U.S. arms aid for Western Europe will be adopted In Paris next week. ' Approximately $000.000,000 of tlic • military assistance voted by Con- gre.ss this year for European members of the Atlantic alliance depends o.i the European nations adopting an approved Integrated •jp'plan. rr North Atlantic pact committees weet in Paris next week. Discussing those sessions with reporters after Montgomery called on him, Johnson said: "It's expected that things will be in .such shape that there will be an integrated plan so we can certify it to tije President." Johnson said that Montgomery, chairman of the commanders tn chief committee of Europe's Western union has been very helpful In discussions here since his arrival (our days ago. He snid the field marshal indicated there are no conflicts among Atlantic pavt nations with which he is familur—that they have all been ironed out since defense ministers of the pact countries had their last meeting. Montgomery will travel to the Army-Nnvy football game at Philadelphia Saturday by train with Johnson, Deputy Secretary Stephen Early and Gen. J. l.awton Collins. Army chief of staff. Johnson and Gen. Omar Bradley, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, will take off by plane immediately after the game for Paris. The Atlantic pact military committee on which Bradley Is a member meets In Paris Nov. 29: the defense committee on Dec. ). B1,YTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COUBIER NEWS PSC Joins in Probe Of Capital Bus Firm LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 25—«T)— The Arkansas Public Service commission has thrown its weight behind the Little Rock City Council in the later group's Investigation of bus service here. Commission Chairman Charles C. Wine said he had told P. E. McChesney,- president of the Capital City Transportation Company, to ' co-operate with the council. Wine expressed himself as "dls- . Busted, displeased and griped" at what he said was McChesncy's reported attitude of non-co-operation. He said regulation of service Is a function of the city and that the commission "has kept hands off." "The city can prescribe the service it wants and fix the fares to warrant that service or it can co' operate with us in fixing a fare," Wine said. McChesney, whose company Is seeking a permanent ten-cent fare by commission order, declined comment. The city council will hold a public hearing Dec. 6 on service provided by CTC. Boy Who Accidentally ^ Killed Brother Returns SPRINGFIELD, Vt., Nov. 25. rTP) —A terror-stricken boy who said he - fled 80 miles in panic after killing his young brother with a rifle blast returned home Wednesday In custody of his father. Forrest Priest, 16. WBS picked up last night in a Northarhplon, Mass, bowling alley — cold, hungry and friendless. Northampton Police Sergeant Charles Rich quoted the boy as saying the shot that killed his brother, Kenneth. 14, was dis- . charge-! accidentally while he was examining a .22 calibre rifle at their lonely farmhouse. Convinced that the boy was teil- fif the truth, Northampton authorities turned him over to his father. Read Courier News Want Ads HIS HONOR AT WORK-The new mayor-elect of Haverhill, Mass., Joseph L. Willelt, above, will steer not only the city government, but his passenger bus as we.,. Willett says he has no intention of quitting his Job as a bus driver. For one thing, he can't live on the mayor S2500 yearly salary, and besides his job keeps him "close to tlie public." Researchers Claim Drug Cures Colds CHICAGO. Nov. 25—OD—One of the antihistamlnlc drugs now on the market was used successfully in curing and preventing colds In tests made on volunteer patients. two researchers have disclosed. The drug, Known medically as Ncohetramine, is for public sale without prescription under the trade name Anahist. The researchers said their loo per cent success for cures was possible onlv when the drug was given within 48 hours after the onset of a cold. It was of no value when a cold had reach, ed the full-blown stage, they sad. The experiments were conducted by Dr. Charles C. Sweet, medical director of Sing Sing and Marky- D. Joseph J. Armlno, consultant on allergy at Sing Sing and Marky- knoll Convent and Seminary, both of Ossinsring. N. Y. The volunteer patients were from the . two institutions. Revenue Commissioner Selects Hew Assistant LI'ITLE ROCK, Nov. 25—</l'i— R. T. HniTiell will succeed Carl Parker as assistant state revenue commissioner when the latter leaves that position early next year. Revenue Commissioner Dean Morley announced the impending change. Harriell now is supervisor of the revenue department's beverage division. Governor McMath previously had announced that Parker would become state purchasing agent. H H. Curtis, the present pui-eliasing a- geut, is to become business manager at State Hospital succeeding Charles o. Smilhers, who is resigning to return to prviate business. Morley said Lee Grady, now In charge of the revenue department's liquor Investigating division, would become beverage supervisor. Jimmy IXu-lon, a member of the investigating division, will succeed Grady. Roller derby, a sport combining rollcrskate racing and football line bucks, has teams made up of five persons each. 1VARMXG OIIDER In (lie Chancery Court, Chlcku- sairba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Juanita Jel fries, Pltf. vs.. No. 10,918 J. D. Jeffries. Jr., DR. , The defendant j. D. Jeffries. 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