The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1948 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 23, 1948
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NliWS Soviet Observer Loses Privileges USSR Attache Denied Permission to See Canadian Guns Fire OTTAWA. Jan. 23. (UPi—The Soviet military attache was denied permission today to accompany other foreign observers on an inspection of the Canadian Army's newest long range guns at Camp Sliilo. Man. Tlie National Defense Department announced that "in accordance with the principle of reciprocal treatment" Russians would not be allowed to visit Canadian military bases until Canadian attaches In Moscow were allowed to make similar inspections of Soviet Army i Installations. which included military representatives of the United States and the United Kingdom was scheduled to leave here by air on Sunday j and return Tuesday. Tlie group | will make a general tour of the camp and witness the firing of ar- I tillery weapons. | "Canadian authorities in past years have arranged numerous vi- . sits to various military establish- - incuts across the country for military representatives of other countries," the announcement said. "This practice is a courtesy extended by nations. The Soviet attache here always has been Included in previous Canadian-arranged lours. [ "In accordance with the principal i Fellowship Dinner Held By Methodists NVrtily 100 members of five Mcth- churches iiltcndecJ a fellowship dinner In the First Methodist Church hero Ir-st tiipht wllh Charles A. Stuck of Jonesboro. lay leader for Methodism's North Arkansas Conference, as (he shaker. His subject was "Pishin" with (he theme centering on Jc.sus' call lo four fishermen on the Sea of Galilee to become ILshers of men. He placed emphasis on I tic fuel that Jt-sus called ordinary men, James and John, and Andrew and Simon, to religious activity ami they served with di.slinclion. He urged modern laymen to greater activity and suggested that in civic and religious endeavor today pcrhaps not more ( ha n one- not be Invited lo visit military establishments In this country unless similar privileges are extended to the Canadian military at- tache in Moscow. "When Ihe Soviet authorities grant facilities to the Canadian > military attache in Moscow similar to previously extended here to their representative, and still extended to all other foreign nations, then the mtlUavv authorities will restore all privileges to the USSR." oftcn," he said, "we find that we are trying lo run our chinches on one cylinder. When we get to hitting on nil six cylinders we can solve our baffling world problems of the day." Ministers attending the dinner were: the Rev. Allen D, Stewart, pastor of First Church; the Rev. J. Albert Gatlin, Jones bo ro, district Miperintciuk-nl: the Rev. Ray L. McLoster, pastor of churches at Yarbro and promised Lund, and t he Rev, H. L. Robison. pastor ot churches at Gosnell, Halt Moon and Lone Oiik, H ;< r\ p ey Morris, ch a inna n of t he First Church Board of Steward:;, was master of ceremonies and O. A Hudson. member or the Church board, introduced the spanker. Members ol the Hijih School Glee Club quartc-t, Carroll Evans, Jimmy Henry. C. G. Redman. Jr.. aurt R C. Allen, Jr., sang. The dinner was served by members of the First Church Woman's Society of Chris- Man Service. 180 Miles Behind In Race, Helena Leaves Memphis MEMPHIS, Turn., Jan. 23. (UP) —The Diesel-driven towboat Helena pulled ont of this river ix>iL early today inoip than ISO miles behind Us rival In a New Orleans lo 8',. Louis m r cr race, but the Helena's Capt, Robert Geary still hart hoix-s of catching the steamboat Kokodn. Meanwhile (lie Kokorta churned steadily aheud toward Cnlro. III., Hie lasl contnel point before the race's one, at St. Louis. The steamboat Imd taken advantage o( Hie Helena's frequeiu engine trouble lo o[ien a wide lead since Uie race started a week ago Thursday nt New Orleans. Bill Henry said there was still clii'.uuv Hint his Helena might calch the Kokoda because of reiwrled heavy river ice upstream. He -said lie had word Ihe Mississippi is 72 por i-enl ice around Caue. GlrardeKii, Mo., and filled with t sln.sli ice 20 miles North o( Cairp, | lil. "Thai kinri of ice raises hell wllh \ a steamboat's condenser Intakes," I the skipper of Ihe Diesel-powered CT.UI said. Geary said lhat Capt. Jim Seaman, (lie Kokoda's youlhlnl skipper, i.s a fuic kitl. but we're going lo beat him lo St. Louis." Son Arrested Alter Attack on Parents OXFORD, N. C., Jan. 33 CUP) — George Samuel Robertson, 26, was with an attack upon his parents held today unrter H.OOO bond charged during which tils mother, Mis. Algei 1 Robertson, hail her tongue lorn out and was severely bitten, bruised and lacerated. H« was icheduled for trial next month on a mayhem charge. Police Chief J. L. Cash suld when officers arrived Mrs. Robertson lay on Ihe floor gasping for breath as her son choked and abused her. He said Robertson lold him he drank a bottle of beer and "went blank." He said he dirt not know he had attacked his parents. Officers salrt Robertson has a wife and children In Salisbury, N. C.. and Is unemployed. Horse Injures Youth ; MURFREESBORO, Tenn.. Jan. 23. lUPt—The next time i:)-year : old Gerald Powers. Jr., goes horseback riding he'll probably slecr Employers' Quarterly Reports Due Jan. 31 LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Jan, '23 <UI» —Arkansas employers who do nol file (juarterly unemployment compensation forms oy Jan. 31 will be subject to penalties, Aikansas Employment Security Ariininlstra- 'tov Purlloy C.HI warned today. And Gill added that Jan, 31 is also the deadline for payments to be used in the calculation of employer experience rales. clear of all oilier horses. Riding yesterday, young Powers came alongside a hoisc being ridden by his friend. G. W. Holden. H. Holrtcn's horse reached over to taste young Powers' leg. Powers wat i pulled irom hh mount and re- 'ceived a broken leg. You're Invited to See The Kew General Electric AUTOMATIC WASHER Now on Display at More Features.. Less Work.. Saves Time! Easily Moved in Laundry or Kitchen PORTABLE! That's a big reason why yon. too. will want tlis GE Automatic Washer, txjcatc il anywhere . . . move it when you want . . . and avoid th cacldcd cost, ot fixed installation. IT you remodel your laundry, move your GE all-automatic wherever you please . . . easily with no fuss or bother. NO BOLTING! You'll he amazed at Ihe way Ihe GE MI- automalic Washer runs so quietly with vibration scarcely noticeable. The entire mechanism Is molfnled on steel springs and is gripped by vibration damp- eneis. You don't have to bolt down tht new GE Automatic Washer! COME IN TODAY AND SEE HOW IT WORKS! GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE Accused Gambler Fights Return to Arkansas EAST ST. LOUIS, 111, Jan. M (Ul't —HearhiR on a writ of habeas corinis ngntnsl Illinois and Arkansas authorities seekinu to extradite Clarence "Baby Doll' Johnson. North Little Rock Negro, has been set for Jan. 30 Johnson is wnnled by I'ulaski Comity authorities for senleiiclng , m a gambling charge and an earlier chaise of receiving siolen property An extradition warrant wn.s signed earlier this week by Illinois Oov DwlRht Green. The Negro fled to" Illinois, after! Circuit Judge Giix Pulk wanted him is clays In which u> appeal his gambling conviction to the Arkansas Supreme Court. Runaway Prodigy Held After Stolen Holiday SAN FRANCISCO, J«n. 1M IUPI — JacqulliM Homer. IS-year-old Hollywood prodigy and Heiress who ran sway Irom her piano practice, wn.t held «s n waul o( (lie Juvenile} Comi (Diiny while mUlioiltti-s checked bark over (In- events of hi"' fight-liny stolen holiday. Tin- perl, all i active" younger, former slnr of the Hnmdway pro. duetlon "Swim SOUK," fought hack lenu when she loid officers, "I'll run away ngnln when ilu-y return me home." llut at other Ilium she laughed as slip described her es- ea]>e from long hours of jilnno practice »nd stem parental dlnrlplliu-. She .said she linanced hei Ulp by bus fiom l,o s Angeles wllh »'.« Knlned by pmvnlnn a diamond .slud- e<l. piano-shaped pendant given to her by actress Helen Hayes. She salit she used some of (lie money (.>i an ujwwept hairdo to make her look older. "And 1 was wpnrliiK a sweater, too." she milled. "1 always look 111 or '20 in a sweater,' PAGE THKJEK. Five Men Join Navy At Substation Here rive men from Mississippi an I IVmlscol Counties huve enlisted 'ii Ihe u. s. Navy Substation In city Hall here. II was announced ye Icrday uy Chief Telly Ofllcer W. Klshei. icmilter-tn-L-luirtie. The ejillstecs are James Kdwa Sullivan, sou of Mr. ami Mis. Jol 1.. Sullivan of lit. :i. Itylhevll . , Chnilcs M. Drown, son of Mr. a 1. 1J, Hiown of Luxora; UeM 11 Tiitteisnn, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Wllllnm I'atti'rstm of Vletorl.i; William Klt'linnl Oedinon, son if Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Declmon i>f Cooler, Mo.: and Hilly W. Weeks, win of Mr. nnd Mrs, W. W. Weeks ol Holland, Mo, Writers Plan Conference CON WAV. Ark., Jan. n ill!'] — Tin" 10411 Arkansas Willeis Confer, i-iici- will |>p lu'ld ill Aikansus Htnir ' Teachers College heic June :i-5. Legislator Accused MOBILE, Ala.. Jan. 23. tUPl- Wanants have been sworn out charging Slate Rep. j. Emmet t Wood of Washington Comity and iwo companions with hunting on a highway In violation of state game laws, il was revealed today. 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