The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1948 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1948 Costa Rican Civil War Hearing End Rebel General Meets With Leftist President ^ To Seek Settlement By Edward Thomas (United Press Staff Correspondent) SAN JOSE, Costa Rica. April is. full settlement of the Costa Rlean :lvll war seemed near as a personal representative of revel Gen. Jose FiBueres conferred In this capital yesterday with leftist President Teodoro Picaco. It was understood that Figucres' personal representative, who was M>t named. » as discussing with PJeado a nine-point proposal made "',., rebel chlef covering both military and political questions. A 'cease fire" order has been Issued by both sides In the month- MH, st ™ E * le , Ior Power in tilts little Central American republic The truce came «s rebel forces were within 18 miles (X San Jose and government officers were preparing to leave the capital, t). H., Pope Represented A special diplomatic mission socking to end the civil war escorted Figues' representative here this morning from Cartago. where the rebel commaiuler-in-chief had his ^eadquarlers. •»U.S. Ambassador Nathaniel P. Davis was » member of the mls- »on. which Included the Mexican imoassador and * papal nuncio No details were available as to the specific demands made by Fig- ueres but it was assumed he „, Insisting that otilto Ulale. rlrht- wii!?Jeader, be seated as president. T.-ie revolution started March 12. ui- ? had won A majority Of the vc.s in the Feb. 12 elections, but Dongre.« declared hi, election in- rahd. Davis, who was active In bringing the "cease fire" order wa,i Joined In his diplomatic mission by Mexican Ambassador Carlos Ojeda, PanAmerlcan Ambassador Narciso Caray. and PapaJ Nuncio Ms«r. Alberto Cento*. Sheriff Hat Opposition In Crittenden County WEST MEMPHIS. Ark.. April IS. (UP)—Jame» Bledsoe, 40-year-old veteran and West Memphis business man will oppose Sheriff Cecil Goodwin In (he July Democratic primaries as * candidate of the Better Government League of crll- tenden County It was announced today. 'Hie league ha.s announced a full *late of candidates. filtt for Congressman UTTLE ROCK, Ark., April IS — (UP)—Charles a, ivy, Bentonvllle attorney, tiled his corrupt practices pledge today as a candidate for u. S. representative In the Third District. The incumbent, J. W r . Trimble of Berryvllle, had filed his pledge for re-election earlier. Ivy's flllnj brought to four the number of congressional districts In which races have developed. One more grain on each head of wheat irown annually in the United States would amount <x> about IS.OOO.OOa bushels. Girl's Body Recovered from Laic* in Tennessee RUTLEDGE. Tenn,, April IS.— (UP)—The,., body of Mary Phyllis McCulley, 16. one of four persons lost In a fishing boat mishap on Cherokee Lake Marcn 21, was recovered near here yesterday. ~ Two persons, Patricia Pierce, 1«, nd Garvey Pentey, 35. siill are ilssing. The body of Elmer Penley, brother at Garve'y was found Saturday. The McCulley girl was found by a party from Erwln, Tenn., who were searching for Lee Johnson believed lo have drowned In the lake ten days ago. Head Courier News Want Ads. o , yr "Thomp,txi" !i put bock into barrel, te mak« it smoother, laitier. «c 70 % <"««• N.iVn, IICOP"™ ,. . tfl' •\ ^;r~. 10 '•'"""••• KITCMtM Vhcthet V o«c Vitchrt " f^'be^rnngrf «• ,m.U, K,'icA»«^«/' ™ ^ , n j SWI .ge »P»« f iv t you .mp\e wo V »«rt«« Wgc <. 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