The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 16, 1955 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 16, 1955
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WEDKB8DAY, MAR€H 16, BLTTHBTILLB (ARK.)' COURIER PAQ1 THKEI Months of Searching Needed to Get Yalta Papers Altogether By JAMES MAHLOW Associated Press Newi Aiulyvi WASHINGTON (AP) — The Yalta papers. What are they? A better question might be: Where were they? A Slate Department team spent years trying to find them and put them together. The main ones are together now. They arc a record of what wen on before and during the February 1945 wartime Yalta conference o President Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Generalissimo Jo seph Stalin. Now that he has the papers al together, 840 pages in galley proof, printed by the government printer Secretary of State Dulles isn't sure what to do with them. He has 26 sets of these papers, bound in paper. There is no word-for-word record of what was saW at Yalta. No stenographer took shorthand notes But mnny of those present kepi notes, sonic a Jot, some a few. The Yalta papers are made up of those notes, plus documents resulting from the conference, letters exchanged before it, and various State Department memoranda in preparation for it. In the years after the war several State Department officials, in their spare time, searched for the Yalta papers. In 1953 the Eisenhower administration ordered thai the gathering- of the papers be jrmrfe a full-time project. Three State Department officials concentrated on the Job, with help from others. Some Yalta papers were in a central filing area of the State Department. But they were inadequately classified. So a hunt had to be made there, and then through the rest of the department. Some department people connected with the conference still had papers relating to it filed in their own offices. These had to be tracked down. The research team had to get other papers from the armed forces. Roosevelt papers at Uie Hyde Park Memorial Library had to be combed over. And the researchers had to depend for some of their clues on the published memoirs and biographies of some of those at Yalta. From whut can be learned, some of the things said among the Big Three might, if published now, embarrass this country a bit. Roosevelt is said to have made a flip crack about Germany, now an American ally. Dulles yesterday refused to say Lad Severely Clawed and Bit By Pet Lion NEW ORLEANS (/Pj—A 16 month old, 200 pound lion severely clawed and bit 9 year old Martin O'Neill yesterday when the boy tried to pet the animal. The lion was ui the yard of its owner, Adolph Dammorau. in nearby Jefferson Parish. Dr. C. L. Centanni, parish health director, said he also found in Dammerau's house and a garage a jaguar, a chimpanzee, four monkeys, two ocelots and a smaller lion. Dammerau said he had planned to install an educa lional wildlife exhibit. About CO stitches were require to close the wounds in the boy' left arm. A physician reported hi condition as fair. yes or no to this question; Did Churchill ask that the Yalta papers not be published? Dulles said they will be published someday—it's just a question of when. Enroute Home TOKYO (JPf — The Dalai Lama and Panchen Lama have started hark to Tibet alter n loiif- visit, ii Communist. China, the PeipinR ra tiio said today. The Dalai Lam.i .spiritual loader of Tibet, has reached Lanchow in northwest China .The Panchen Lama, often reporter ht'inff groomed by the Reds as a rival to the Dalai Lama, readied Shanghai. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p, m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times WEI)., THURS. Double Feature BURT LANCASTER SHIRLEY BOOTH ..HalWallis'......,,.. Come Back, Little Sheba _AND— CHUMP AT OXFORD With I.iiurel & Hardy AT.SO CARTOON Pemiscot's Marriage Licenses Told CARUTHEHSVIUUE —Thirteen •marriage licenses were Issued in Pemlscot County during February, according to James T. Ahren, Recorder of Deeds. They were issued to the following; Robert Simmons and Betty Marie Rice, both of Caruthersville. Blllie \V Wray and Shelby Jean Pierce, both of Caruthersville. Jewel Lee Ruffln and Helen Grace Newton, both of Caruthersville. Bobby Dale Bucfcner and June Aline Sides, both of Caruthersville. John W. Moore and Georgia Higgins, both of Steele. Clyde W. Martin and Mary Margaret Perry, both of Blytheville. Jerry Putman and Barbara Seals, both of Haytl. John A. Collins, Glenshaw, Penn., and Peggy Joyce Gill, Haytf. Ray Scott, Hayti, and Betty Bivens, Route One, PortagevilLe. Ewing West, Bragg City, and Louise Hurley, Hayti. Eddie Wright, Bragg City, and Lucille Wallace, Pascola. Gene H, Goodman, Gideon, and Magdalene Turner, Portagevllle. Sibley Adams, Wardell, and Trecie Prince, Rector Ark. WILSON NEWS Mrs. Gltn Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Carlew of Caruth- eraville were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. Edrlngton Sr. Miss Patty Germany spent the week end is Memphis visiting her cousin, Miss Jean Germany. Cpl. Elmon McNabb returned to Port Hodd, Tex., after having spent the weekend here as a guest ol his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl McNabb. Miss Pat Raley, Betty Overby, Willie Jo Pierce and Peggy Thorn shopped in Memphis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burch and daughter have returned to their home In Gary, Ir.d., after having visited several days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Cobb. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Shull were Memphis visitors Thursday. Mrs. Ruben Ward and Mrs. James Cobb visited Mr. and Mrs. Loren Burch and children and Mrs. Ward's brother - in - law, Johnny Cowgill, in the hospital in Memphis Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and grandson, Rickie Cozart, visited Mr. nd Mrs. Orgill Cozart in Tlpton- ville, Tenn., during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smith and Mr., and Mrs. W. R. Baker of Bly- Iheville were supper yuests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nichols and family of West Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Alexander and family of Carson Lake were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nash. Mr. and Mi's. Bob Grigfisy of Blytheville visited Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bourland. Pfc. Tommy Boyles has returned > his base in South Carolina, after having spent the past 15 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Boyles. Mrs. Ann Sliipman returned home last week after a visit vUth Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berry In New Orleans, La. while she was there she also* visited GuLfport and Biloxi. Miss., and from there she went to Orange, Tex., to visit her son, L. Q. Shtpman, and family. She also visited Charles Shipman in Lake Charles, La. Mr«. Albert Oreenwell, Mr«. N. B. Ellis, Sr., Mrs. N. B. Ellis, Jr., Mrs. Harry Carpenter, Mra. J. H. Whltaker, Mrs. Bud Craven, Mrs. R. E. L. Wilson III and Lynn Tranum were hostess when members of the Wil«on Co-Operatlce Club met lut week. Miss Nancy Uelle was guest speaker and P.T.A. members were special guests. Mrs. Horace Lee Wilfe and children, Judy and Tony, spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. James Cobb here. Mr. Wilfe and son, Mike, were ia Batesvllle. J. H. Whitaker and daughter, Carole, and Danny Bowen were not injured in the least when their car turned over just south of Wilson Sunday afternoon. Mr. Whitaker pulled the car off the road to avoid hitting a car stopped on the road. The shoulders being soft from the Saturday night downpour caused the car to turn over. Mrs. Anna Mae Driver went to TurreJl to spend the weekend with her son Paul Driver, Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Wiley and family and Mr. and Mrs. B. Ferry and son, Edward Lee, visited Mrs. Wiley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Craig at JTayser, Tenn. Sunday. Mrs. James Matthews and children and Mrs. Jessie Qillespie and daughter of Osccola visited Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bourlaild. Mrs. S. A. Edrlngton and daughters, Alice and Gloria Jean and Mrs. Raymond Edrlngton were In West Memphis Monday afternoon to see Raymond Edrlngton off to San Antonio, Tex., where he will receive his basic training at Lackland Air Force Base. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Haskett were In Trumami during the weekend to visit his mother, Mrs. J. A. Hafi- kett, and also went to Hernando, Miss., with Earlme Waycaster and Dale Hall to be married. Lone Troop 1 of Wilson Girl Scouts broadcast from KOSE at 12:45 p.m. on Wednesday and also had a special assembly at the High Sdhool Wednesday. They also have an exhibit at the Lee Wilson Store. Thef are planning a cook out Saturday evening. Also planned. is a visitation of churches. Mrs. Hudson Wren, Mrs. George Holmes and Miss Ann Crump are the leaders. The Wilson Library has received another group of books this month which include the following with Doctors Often Prescribe Tliis One Active Ingredient TO RELIEVE PAIN OF RHEUMATISM Fast-acting C-2223 contains sodium sal- icylatc to speed welcome comfort. Thousands use it when rheumatic, arthritic or muscle pain "acts up" 1 Price of first bottle back if not satisfied. Get C-2223. their authors: In the children section: True Book of Weeds and Wild Flowers, Podendorf; True Book of Our Poet Office and Its Helpers, Miner; True Book of the Circus, Harmer; True Book of Tools for Building, Leavitt; True Book of Dinosaurs. Clark: Easter Kitten; Konlsle; The Two Cars, Aulalre; The Bus Driver, The Airport, and Circus Day in Our Town, Witty; Bing, Durell; Apron Strings and Howdy, Aldredpe; Animal Babies, Podendorf. Books just received for teenagers are: War Chief of the Seminoles, Osceola, McNeer; A Dream for Susan, Lambert; The Phantom of the Bridge, Ware; Nursing Assignment in El Salvador, Deming; Wapite, the Elk, Montgomery; Rockets at j Dawn, CoLeman; Fire Fighter, Boesch, A Child's Geography of the World, Hillyer. New adult selections include: Have Tux, Will Travel, Bob Hope; The Measure of the Years, Colver; Fortune Is a Woman, Graham; The Dark Wood, Weston; Phantom Fortress, LanchesU>r; Ride with Me, Costain; The Com- mancheros, Wellrnan; The World Almanac for 1855; Touched wUh Fire, Tebbel; The Troupled Air, Shaw; Seeds of Mischief, Glbbs; Reno Orewnt, ROM; Th« Win vt San Lorenio, juUe-Morrli, Tin Mudlark, Bonnet; Hound-dog Man, Gip«on; The Tin Flute, Roy; Toward the Morning, Allen; Big Eye, Ehrlfeh; The Emperor'J Phyilcian, Perkins; Toward the Morning, Allen; Death of t Salesman, Miller. The Library hou« are from 1:N to 4:30 Monday through Saturday. A Moving Storj pne< upon t timi tKiri wn a fim- ily who thoujht juit my mov«r would do. Thty acted on this it- lief juit once. The Mn. wii heirt- lick when the learned that North Americin could have done the job Jafely. Beckham Moving and Storage Co., 900 N, Second, Ph. 3-8928 Blytheville's First! FREE LANCE ART STUDIO 111 E. Vine We Specialiit in Phone 3-9901 SIGNS But also ih . , I Caricatures, Portraits, Walercolor & Oil Paintings, Cartoons, Display Cards, anything in the way of Art. LOWEST PRICES ANYWHERI Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m and 4 p.m. for Hit? & Koxj Program Announcements •WED. • THURS. »FRI. teimw»d«i \ I f *««.. t, SOL C.SIEGEL-DncMt, WALTER L»NG *,«. n ,., PHOE8C « HENRY EPHBON . r«., st«, *, IAMAK TROTTI H b» If**,! Mtv PLUS PARAMOUNT NEWS ntixmoiM stum Coming Soon to Ritz 20,00(1 Lcagucm Under the Sen" With James Mason & Kirk Doiigliifl "The Racers" with Kirk Douglas & Bella Darvl "A Slar Is Horn" wi(h Judy Garland & James Mason "Hit The ))cckk" With Jane Powell & Tony Martin Are you a Do-It-lfourself Driver ? Or wouldyou rather be waited on hand and foot? Rather shift for yourself.. Shifting's smooth and easy with Chevrolet's new and finer Synchro-Mesh transmission. A flick of your wrist is all it takes to shift gears. . or let Powerglide do it? Power-glide, too, is better than ever this year. Even smoother and sturdier. It's the most popular automatic transmission* in Chevrolet's field! Want standard steering ... or extra-easy Power Steering? Try this easy new Chevrolet steering. Only Chevrolet and some higher-priced cars use a ball bearing system to cut friction to a minimum. There's nothing quite so easy as Power Steering, of course. Good news: Chevrolet's new linkage-type Power Steering* carries a reduced price! Rather roll your own ... or just push a button? Chevrolet gives you separate crank controls both for windows and ventipanes. It's one of many extra conveniences in Chevrolet's Body by Fisher. Your fingertip adjusts all four windows with automatic Window and seat controls.* Available on all Bel Air and "Two- Ten" models. Keep yourself comfortable . Chevrolet's wonderful new High-Level ventilation system is another important comfort advantage you Won't find on other low-priced cars. .. or have Air Conditioning? It's goodbye heat wave in your Chevrolet V8 with air conditioning.* This new under-the- hood system by Frigidairo takes up no trunk space. Automatically- Chevrolet's stealing the fhunder from the high-priced earsf Position the seat yourself ... or let electricity do it? Chevrolet's big, beautifully upholstered front seat moves up and forward or down and back into your most comfortable driving position. No worry about your battery in a new Chevrolet. It's the only car in its field with the reserve power of a 12-volt electrical system! What's a high-priced car got that Chevrolet hasn't? Not automatic power features. Not style-just look below. Not performance — just try out Chevrolet's new V8 or one of the new 6's. Not ride -perhaps the thing that wilt surprise you most is Chevrolet's fine, solid feel on tha road. Come put it to the test See how Chevrolet's stealing the thunder from the high- priced cars in every way! 'Oolionol at ftrtra eoffc Apply the brakes like this... or have power make it easier? Improved brakes and new Chevrolet Power Brakes* are swing-type pedals make stop- better than ever this year-let ping a cinch. And Chevrolet's you stop by a simple pivot of exclusive Anti-Dive control your foot from accelerator to gives you "heads up" stops! swing type brake pedal. motoramic Hi* B«( Ait 4-Door Stdan, Yev'H Kncf yaur forarr)* modtt omen? C**vraftf'i «<jmp/tr« !In» of fnhtr fatly twufttt. "COMPLETE and OFFICIAL figures show that again in 1954—for the 19th straight yeai MORE PEOPLE BOUGHT CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR!" 301 W. Walnut PtioiM 3-4578

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