The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1953 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BUTHKVIU.E (AMD COURTEP NEWS MOIfDAT, MAT 4, 1988 Governors to Meet Eisenhower Today By MARVIN L. AKKOWSMITII I WASHINGTON (AP) — With President Eisenhower as host, governors of the states and territories convene today for "a first-hand picture of the state of the world and the role of the U. S. In It." Eisenhower set forth the purpose the state and territory executives of the unusual conference in those words in inviting the governors to confidential sessions which will continue through noon tomorrow. The President arranged to greet French War Internets Arrive Home PAR'S (/PI—Fourteen French civilians—five men. eisht vomon and one child—returned to Prance lust night after two years and elaht j months of internment. In North! Korea. They were freed last month after Intervention by the Soviet Union. The Trans-Siberian Railway brought them to Moscow last week and they were fiown from the Soviet capital via East Berlin yesterday. All appeared in good health. The spokesman for the group. Georges Berruche. former acting charge d'affaires and consul general in Seoul, snid none of the 14 had been mistreated physically during the long internment. ' Farm Real Estate Value On Decrease WASHINGTON (/PI—Farm real estate values dropped 2 per cent between last Nov. 1 and March 1, the Department of Agriculture reported today. The department snid declines were sharpest in the Western states; but that decreases were more widespread than any four-month period since July-November, 1949. The index ol average value per acre for the country us a whole dropped to 209 as of March 1. This was 2 per cent below lust November and 1 per cent bslow a year earlier. The years 1912-14 represent 100 in the Index. ' , These Japanese Must Be Nuts TOKYO Wl—A rear view of ac- tres Marilyn Monroe's walk may set some American males afire, but Japanese movie goers • just think it's funny. Japanese broke into "spontaneous laughter" at a rearward view In a Monroe movie, the newspaper Tokyo I Shimbun reported today. The newspaper said In an editorial Miss Monroe's walk was "ridiculous." It called her figure okay but thought she had "low sex appeal." personally at the start of the closed meetings, then have top officials of his administration brief them oii military, diplomatic, financial and other phases of world affairs. The White House said 45 .state governors wove expected lo be on hand, together with governors of Hawaii. Alaska, Puerto Rico, Uuam and the Virgin Inlands. Oov. Dan McCarty of Florida and dov. William B. Umstead of North Carolina were unable to attend because of illness, and Gov. Gordon Persons of Alabama sent word that stale business would keep him at home. To Hear Nixon ' After Elsenhower's brief re- remarks, the program calls for Vice President Nixon to present Gen. J. Lawton Collins, Army chief of staff, for a report on tho military situation, and Allen W Dulles, chief of the Central Intel liRcnce Agency. The schedule also included talk; on foreign policy by Secretary ol state Dulles and on foreign aid br Mutual Security Director Harok E. Stassen. The President and members ol his Cabinet were to be hosts at a White House luncheon. The afternoon session, with Sherman Adams, Elsenhower's chief assistant, presiding, called for talks by Acting Secretary of Defense Roger M. Kyes, on Internal security by Atty. Ocn. Brownell, oh the work ot the National Security Council by Presidential Aide Robert Cutler, and on mobilization of U. S. leadership by C. D. Jackson, another presidential assistant. Truman, Family Arrive in U. S. OAKLAND, Calif. (/T) — Former President Harry 8. Truman and his wife departed for their home in Independence, Mo., laflt night aboard Southern Pacific's Gold Coast Limited. Their daughter Margaret left an hour earlier in the City of San Francisco, bound for New York via Chicago. The Trumans arrived yesterday on the liner President Cleveland from a month vacation in Hawull. Mr. Truman said he was "more sold than ever on statehood" for Hawaii. He also told a shipboard news conference lie wants to "get right to work on my memoirs." Big One Got Away LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. (/P) — Here's the big one that got away. Observers here yesterday spotted a huge whale sunning itself about a mile offshore. Sticking; vertically into its back was a harpoon. Sleeping Pills Kill Dentist LOS ANOELES M 1 )—Police report, that a dentist, Dr. CHiRtaf H. Anderson, fiB. took his life yesterday by consuming n huge overdose of sleeping pills. Dr. Robert Hughes, who found Anderson in the latter's office, said the dentist told him he had taken 500 phcnobarbitol pills. Dr. Anderson died shortly nitenvard in a hospital. 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However, lie Haid, there- was no evidence that Mrs. MacDonald actually tried to kill her- self. A hazy story from the woman failed to establish whether she had been in the death car with her two sons and two daughters, who ranged In ane from 2 to 7 years. Police quoted Mrs. MacDonald as snyliiE, "At least the children won't have anything to worry about now." A murder charge was placed against the woman in Bergen County Jail. Kopp said he was uncertain whether .she would be arraigned today or taken to a mental hospital for observation. Mrs. MaclJonalcl and her 32-year- old husband Kenneth, former Rutgers football star, have been separated since February, when he filed a divorce suit charging her with adultery with a n Brooklyn, N. Y., psychiatrist, said Nathan Allyn, acting chief'of Borijeii County detectives. According to police, Mrs. MacDonald wakened the children about midnight Saturday, herded them Into the station wanon, drove to PON'T WORRY ABOUT ME SAVE MY VULCO ALUMINUM SCREENS! © l\NUl Screen & Awning Co. 633 S.E. Parkway Phone 4233 an allnight lervlc* station cud tilled the gas tank. After returning home, »he shut the garage doors, leaving the children In the station wagon with the engine running. Then she went into the house and wrota the series of suicide notes. Later fche tried to suvo the children. The victims were Thomas, 2, Catherlrte, 3, Sharon Carol and Bruce, both 7. ~Blytheville£ 8 Fri. May Auspices of B/yt/iev/7/e /ayceei Mot a Gigantic White Elephant Bat > " "" Uf: ~~ ' ~ Ii One of i Dozen Moit Uisnsual Animals Exhibited In Conjuction with DIANO BROS. THREE R!NG CIRCUS. 150 ARENA STARS 20 CLOWNS 50 BALLET GIRLS 20 African and intMan EUpliants 9 10 Came!» 0 Six Zebrat 2 and 8 P. M _Doori_open one h-oarearjjer^ Popular Prices. Read Courier newt Clarified Ads. 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