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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 5, 1950
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1950 (ARK.) COURIER AdditionsStudied To Europe's Pool Proposal May Put Wheat and Win* IN Schuman Plan July I. (/R—West Euro- B^n leaders studied a proposal to«ay to add wheat and wine to the coal and iteel which the Schuman Plan proposes' to put under international control. la eiperta on five committees he- Can working out details for the eoal-steel pool, heads of non-governmental farm organizations In France and Germany recommended that th« plan also embrace their produce. They suggested wheat and wine as starters. France,, West Germany The farm leaders proposed that >Yance, an exporter, and West Germany, an Importer, first put their wheat problems under the supranational authority slated to contro the steel-coal arrangement. Other countries would' be asked to'loir later. Sik West European government. —France. -West Germany. Belgium the Netherlands, Luxembourg am Italy,. already have agreed to join the coal-steel plan. . Conference of Producers .The farmers also suggested a co . ference of European wine producer to harmonize "legislations, • ccn nomic, social and fiscal condition . with a .view toward creation of ommon market." five Schuman Plan commit will .work in secret, announcin: their, decisions first to a genera pleanry session when they have fin ished work. They will recommen policies on production and prices scope of. the terms "coal" and "steel. wages and working conditions -an commercial policy. Police Raid Tarn O'Sbanter CHICAGO. July 5. (;F) — Th plushy suburban Tarn O'Shantc Country Club was raided last nigl by police who seized 27 slot ma chines and arrested the club owne and president, George S. May. May, promoter of the artnua Tarn O'Shanter Golf Tournamen fci'tht country, was charged wit being..'a' keeper of gaming device He posted »500 bond for appearanc July 10 In the Morton Grove Villng Court; Tile raiders, from trie office i Cook County state's attorney Joli B. Boyle,; also hit six other spots 1 a broad independence Day sweep. Boyle's police swarmed into Ta! O'Shmnter while 2,500 club membe: •rid (iiests were watching a fire world display. '. Bo'jrte had warned 35 private clul Jto '• th» county that "slot machin ^ft« Ju«t as illegal in private clni •i.lav'public plai^i.",j. ,...'...._.. \' r , Marriage Licenses ,Th« following couples obtaini wirriai* .licenses yesterday fro «w etflc* of Miu Elizabeth Blythc TORNABOIS flOOM DWIUINCFKB OTHUFItR PAGE P1VB Portageville News By Mri. Raymond Toomb* •ISTlMATtD FAMILIES AFFECTED BY DISASTERS DUtlMC FlaST i MONTHS If50 RED CROSS DISASTER REPORT—floods, tornadoes, storms, fires and other disasters this year have slruck an estimated 40,000 families In 15 of the 16 stales comprising the American Red Cross Midwestern Area, which is shown in the above map. According to the semi-annual report of disaster operations received here yesterday from the Red Cross Area office in St. Louis, i number of disaster operations are continuing into the second half of 1950. Largest of these operations are in the North Dakota-Western Minnesota flood area, where Red Cross has provided continuous assistance since the end of March. Symbols in the outline map o£ Arkansas (above) show the locations of four tornadces that struck In January, March and May, floods in East Arkansas In January and a fire st MUrked Tree In June. PmMent Visitor Miss Mary Truman, sister of President Harry S. Truman »nd Associate Grind Matron of the Slth District, order of Eastern Star, was guest at a breakfast given by the Portagevllle chapter OES Wednesday morning In the private dining room of Mae's Cafe. Mrs. Dulsey Combs, Worthy Matron, and Lee Workman, Worthy Patron, and ten members of the Portageville chapter were present. The tables held straw doll lapel pins for the women and Masonic hook marks and California key chains for the men. Obituariei Word was received Tuesday night of the death of 1. A. Ellington i of Woodland Mills, Tenn. He was: the brother ,of R. D. Ellington. Services were held Thursday morning In the Baptist Church at Union City, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Plnkley, T. c. Finkley, Jr., Carol Pinkley. Mrs. Margaret DeLlsle and Q. J. Faherty attended the funeral of Mr. Plnkley's sisUr, Mrs. C. H. Barnhart at Anna, 111., last 'rues- day. Social Notes Mrs. S. S. Thompson and Mrs. Cora Puller won honors Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Bernard De Lisle entertained her bridge club. Mrs. Matilda Cavanaugh entertained at her home Tuesday with a luncheon and bridge. Honors were won by Mrs. Calvin Scales and Mrs. Guy De Lisle. Mrs. Nell Smalley was hostess to the Merry Matrons club Friday afternoon when honors went to Mrs. Bernard De Lisle, Mrs. J. H. Workman, Mrs .Hubert, Milem and Mrs. Matilda Cavanaugh. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Workman entertained members of the Dobe Club Thursday with a 1 o'clock dinner. Honors in cards went to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sccoy, Mrs. Arthur Drerup and Mr. Workman. Mrs. Madeline Stryker and Mrs. B. Hampton were new members meeting with Our Lady's Sodality last Monday. Police Kill Notorious Italian Bandit King PALERMO, Italy, July 6. (If}— Police shot and killed Sicily's notorious bandit King salvatore Giuliano in his mountain hideout shortly before dawn today. Officials said the outlaw leader, who had defied and eluded the law since 1943, was trapped and slain in the Castclvetrano area near here, long his favorite hideout. Apparently he was surprised in the house where he was hiding with members of his gang. Police cut him down with sub-machirlegun lire in the courtyard of the home. His comrades escaped. . ' . . 'onesfeoro Couple ' In Crash county clerk: Warlie Hughes of Dell and Mrs. Oracle Weather Ford, BIytheville. Warren Cain and Miss Pansy Ladd, both ol o'Fallon, ill. John Jewell Wise and Mrs. Faye Jordan, both of BIytheville. LI1TLE ROCK. July 5. (IP,— Leon Jrown ol Jonesboro, former Craighead County sheriff, and a woman companion were injured seriously when Brown's automobile smashed nto a utility pole here Monday night. Brown, who was. thrown from the car by the impact, suffered a broken leg. His companion, Lucy Markle suffered head injuries. Arkansas 3aptist Hospital today describee their conditions as "fair." The Little Rock Traffic Bureau said Brown was driving east on West Markham and did not notice a jog in the road just as he entered the city limits. The car skiddec straight ahead into the pole on an embankment. HADACOL GREAT TO BUILD UP WEAK, RUN-DOWN PEOPLE AFTER BEING OPERATED ON! 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