The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1949 · Page 5
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JTHUHSDAY, JJKUKMBiiiK 8, 1949 THE NATION TODAY— Western Powers Still Planning Effort to Work Out Details of Treaty With the German People By James Mitrlow Sl-.ten - btate^ Britain. Pran C6 _ al . e still In a state of war will, Germany nation. f" thCy '" h ' y '° flel "' e ° Ut "° vv to cnd <"<"• nut who nations cud war with another, don't they sign peace treaties? ,i,,klL 0t nCCOS5arity - A " u sttttc Department experts say the idea "•aking a peace treaty with Germany, if any, ls far In the future. And that-emting the war but not* _ _ __ signing a peace treaty right away —is one of the problems the allies face in ending the war. Ixjgnl specialists of the tliree powers will meet next year to work out the problems, if they tnn. D rii« may explain some of it. Germany now is divided into two >nain parts: Eastern Germany, under Russia's thumb; Western Ger- many, dominated by the three allies. In liieir section tlie Russians have set up a German government. And in their Western section the three Allies have set up a German government. SlniK^Ie Continues Since the west and Russia are struggle over Germany, there McMath Feted During Visit In New York NEW YORK, Dec. 8. (AP)_Gov ernor MAlalh of Arkansas contin ued a N-hirlivmd visit of New Vor today. He appeared with another Arkan san on Arthur Godfrey's radio stun this morning. Godfrey's singer is Jeanette Davis, formerly of Pin Bluff. McMa —...,.,.i, u, L , ^.Ln..n»jr, HILH. *vn,,viuth yesterday .had apixiint « no likelihood that, any time soon ments with Miss Dorothy Shavei there'll be a single German government with which a peace treaty can be made, covering all Germany. But -the West has permitted, and Helped, the setting up of that government in Western Germany, Ls dealing with it although retaining final control over it, and is even letting it have consuls abroal. Nevertheless, the West is stll\ in a state of war with tile German government it has helped create. 'I'liis puts the West In a strangle position and is one of tlie reasons it's seeking a way to »nd fhe war. But since the West looks upon Russia as a threat to all Europe and Russia Ints troops in Eastern Germany, should the West try to keep troops in We-stern Germany as an outpost against a Russian move? The We.st has to think of it. But how can the West, which now controls Western Germany, justify keeping troops there if it declares v mlie war with Germany ended? •"^That's another of the problems in declaring the war ended. Must Be Agreement Here's another: The West lias dismantled and even shipped out of Germany a number of plants which it took as reparations, or payment, for the damage done by Germany In the war. If the West and Germany made a peace treaty it would certainly cover dismantling and reparations ami v.'ho owed whom what. Thcre'd be agreement on that before the treaty was signed. But the allies may continue the dismantling program for some tnonths. How then can the war with Germany be ended unless there's an cnd to dismantling? And what will the German government, after war, have to'say about the dis- itling already done? ., In short, how can there be any legal justification for Die dismantling unless it is justified—by agreement—In a treaty that is not now being talked of? president of Lord nncl Taylor's de partment store and a native o Mcna, Ark., and singing star, Mar Martin, who plays the role of nurse from Arkansas in curren musical show. He also addressed the Advertis ing Club of New York at a luncheon honoring him and his marine bud dies of World War Two. Among th guests wa.s his former commandin- offices, Maj. Gen. o. R. Caldwell. The govcnnor declared that Ark annas 15 the "state of tomorrow, ffe said ft had tripled its per capita income in six years and is expand Inif its industrialization. Other Arkamans at the Itmcheoi included Secretary of State C. G Hall; C. Hamilton Mcses and Join Green, Little Rock, and the gover nor's cousin, Syd McMath, Hopi banker. Former Arkansan Charles S. McCain, president of a Wall Street investment firm, entertained the s,ov ernor at dinner last night. Tragedies Come Four In a Row for Family Residing in Venice, III. VENICE, 111., Dec. 8. (AP)—Thi Roy Morris family had cause to wonder today when its bad luck wil end. A 2 1-2-year-old son. Jimmie Allen, burned to death yesterday in a fire which destroyed their two- room house. Another son escaped. Mrs. Morris was at the home of a neighbor at the time answering a telephone call from her ill mother at Sikeston, Mo. The call was to inform Mrs. Morris her sister was near death fron a guashot wound. • Morris recently lost his job as'ai automobile worker and was working on a nearby farm when he heard of the tragedy. To make a long storv short- Here' Hr,rr,;tr.l ~ j n • » the West, trying to deal with ^ P « 7nrt University 7-Pcstern Germany in a frienrtly way, and yet still at war with Germany. The act of ending the war could be done by the President or by u r&iohiiion of Congress. Of course, events may take such a turn that a treaty never is made vvith Germany, although war Ls ended. Memphis is 123 MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dec. 5— (iT>-^ The city of Memphis will be 123 years old Friday. It was Dec. 9, 182G, that the town, with a population of about 500, was incorporated. The present population is be- Get $100,000 Bequests ST. LOUTS. Dec. e. (AP)—Barnes Hospital of St. Louis and Vander- uilt University of Nashville, Tenn each will receive $100,030 from the estate of Frank C. Band. The board chairman of International Shoe Company died last Friday at .the age of 73. His will was filed for probate yesterday. The bulk of the estate wns left in trust for one son and 12 grandchildren. No estimate was available on the value of the estate. * --------- . — i — .....^11 .0 u^- i.., planned lieved to be nearly 400,000. Mayor anniversary. Watkins Overton said no ceremony is planned In connection with the ^^ K y » v V H ff I NOW And For CHRISTMAS Laurel roping for your doors . Evergreen sways with "Candy Canes" ... Bel Is for your doors. . . . Indoor wreathes for picture windows. Visit our greenhouse and flower shop and see the blooming Christmas plants. Dish Gardens ... Poinsettias by the hundreds . . . Totum Poles . . . Copper and Brass Articles for gifts that fast. . . colored candles for fable pieces and many novelties. HE ATOM'S HOME OF FLOWERS 200 E. p hone Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Tpombs I'hone 220 lii Rotary Club Knterlaln^ Tuesday night was Ladies Night at the meeting of the Portageville Rotnry Club In the dining room o Mais Cafe. The room was decorated with ra hells and silver rope. On tables were centerpieces of evcrgreer branches (led with red ribbons, Faherty Pinkley led group singing accompanied by Mrs. Roberi Barkovitz at the piano. Guests included 'Mr. and Mrs Tommy Lee, Jr.. Mr. and Sirs. June Rnnsbury, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Barkovllz, Mr. and Mrs. lien Segal and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Faulkner of Wichita. Kas. Carter Home Economics Club The Carter Home F?conom!c. Club met Monday In the home ol Mrs. Henry Pay Tanner with Mrs Albeit Meatte and Mrs. Douglass iddick as co-hostesses. Twenty-eight members were pres- nt at the meeting during which eports by Mrs. Dick Wilson and Mrs. Dave Downing were heard, and Dec. 22 was set as the date for the club's Christmas party in the home of Mrs. Clyde White. On Dec. 14 the group will meet n the home of Mrs. John Parries :o make rmd repair toys /or underprivileged children. Masons Honored Henry Hawkins and Thomas Alexander were honored in a short ceremony at the regular meeting of the Masonic Lodge Thursday night. Mr. Hawkins received a 50-year membership pfn and Mr. Alexander received n pin recognizing his 30 years in Masonic work. P.T.A. News The PorUigevillc P.T.A. will meet n the high school gymnasium Wcd- lesday afternoon at 3 o'clock for its regular monthly meeting. Everyone, whether currently a member or not, Is urged to attend the meeting. Social Notes Mrs. J. D. Stafford entertained her bridge club Tuesday In her home. Prizes were won by Mrs. w. W. Howard, Mrs. Jack Warren and Mrs. Roy Moore. A luncheon course was served following the games. Mrs, Lee Peerson entertained the Victory bridge club at her home Tuesday night. Guests included Mrs. Thad Drown. Mrs. Buddy King and Mrs. Paul Combs. Prizes went to Mrs. Combs and Mrs, Margaret Casey. The hostess, served a party plate. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Toombs celebrated their 13th wedding anniversary with a 0 o'clock dinner Tuesday evening. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shlvcly, of Carulhersville; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clevcnger, of Senath; and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wheeler and daughter Judy, of Leachvllle. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Ellis and daughter, Gale, spent the weekend in St. Louis. Their son, Richard who attends Central College at Fay-' »lte, Mo., joined them there. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sellers and son spent tlie weekend in Trenton with Mrs. Sellers' father Mr. and Mrs. A. I,. Quinn and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Quinn and i daughter of Cnruthersvlllc spci Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. To 'Slinms. Mr. ami Mrs. R. D, Ellington vl: iled Sunday at Woodland 'Mill Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jorniuti and family visited in Hingg Ci Sunday. Miss Until Ward of Jefferson Cit spent the weekend with her fanil in Porlagcvillc. Mrs. llnrold Butler and Mrs. K len Ward visited in Gideon Tues day. Mrs. E. R. Lai-gent mid chiklre were in St. Louis Monday. Mrs. Sadie Itlchardson i-ctimic Sunday from Florida where she ha been for two weeks. l}r. and Mrs. Hnrvev Carter son, Harvey, Jr., Mis. w. C. Kroo ger and Mrs. Gene Young were i St. Louis Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Butler of Ti tonville, Trail., Mr. and Mrs. Ha mond rxmg, Mrs. Molly Butler an Miss Dcrnlcc Proctor of Canithens ville visited with Mr. and Mrs Leei Butler Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Bailey wer in St. Louis Monday. Mrs. Edith Lull-cut, Mrs. H Patterson, Bfrs. Orover Meatle Mrs. Chester Ferguson and Mrs Mayme Mitchell were in Memnh Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Moles Si mid daughter. Wilma, spent Sun day with relatives in t.a Center, Kj Mr. and Mrs. Albert Koch an son, Larry, spent the weekend wit] relatives Ju Commerce and Anccl Missouri. Mrs. Ernest liauscr of Calror Mo., is spending the week with he parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tuhh. In St. Umis Sunday were Mi- am Mrs. T. C. Pinkley, Mrs. Margare De Lisle, Mrs. L. P. Budenholzer am Miss Stella De Lisle. Mrs. Paul Combs, Mrs. Janie Wil son, Mrs. Dick Wilson and Dlckii Wilson were in Memphis Wcdnes day. T. C. Pinkley, Jr., attended tin Ivotre Darne-Southeni Mclhodis University football game in Dalln Saturday. Mrs. Hubert Milcm and Mrs C A. Dacrcs altcndcd a flower arranging demonstration nt the Hayt gymnasium Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Claude Foster, Mrs. Evan Baker, Mrs. Lester Woods and Mrs R. N. Poster were in Memphis Mon- Now She Shops "Cash and Carry" , Without Painful Backache* UNUSUAL IDEAS from THE GIFT SHOP TOR '['HE HOME.. .Pictures, lamps, vases, ITVK- fa! frays and rose bowls, Dovcton figurines, waste baskets, silver service, silver Irays, silver sail, ami pepper sefs, silver bon bon dishes. . .antique China anil glass, Irish Heleek Trays and Vases. FOR MEN. . .Uunhtll after-shave lotion with initials, leather and metal desk sets, cocktail glasses, tie racks, suit hangers, gift certificates, roulette and chess sefs, poker chip sets, ash trays, office lamps ami desk appointments, stationery, carving forks VOR WOMEN. ..Compacts, cologne, hose and handkerchief boxes in satin and plastic, handkerchiefs, silver jewelry, jewel boxes, figurines, China ash trays, stationery, cologne Ira vs. ncr- fume bottles. FOR CHILDREN...Dolls, paper weights (hat snow, toys for little tots, stationery, compacts perfume, bronze horses, small cups and saucers' vases, and collectors items. ' -And many, many more. We invite you to come, in and look around. . .you're sure to find that very unusual, prized gift. THE GIFT SHOP MOSS BRYAN 103 East Main Street LOOK HERE-Just (he thm« or keyhole kibitzing i s ,,, is .^ Ml in visoied evcninjj cap with an elongated peephole. Parisian •leaner Sehia,wre!J,, ,'„ „ *,?" lea 1*1,0 mood, turned out o fantastic [opper, complete wih a weird, dimnond-cli, eveb ow rctnnins are members o! the 110 Uto family. Afghanistan lies between tne Ho I'iet Union mid Pakistan. lluv Opens H'n-li Days 7:00 p.m .M.ilini-r Sulurthty ,t Sllil.l.ijs Uat.-Sun. I n.in Coin .Showing Manila, Ark. l.asl Time Today "MR. BRANDINGS' DREAM HOUSE" with Cary Grant anil Myrna l.oy Also Shnrls 1'riday •''RELENTLESS" with linlicrt Yniinf; Also Shorts Sill in day 'NAVAJO TRAIL RAIDERS" tilth Lane Alsn SlKirls "^LtiBffi [•'ii-sl Last Day • Ulylhcville Showinjf ll's so ~~~ .Tunny?! ALSO Al.bott & Coslcllo in 'KEEP 'EM FLYING" i'AUt, liLYTIirVILLE'S ONLY A LL \V| I IT E_THE ATT ft £ Last Day • Open (JrlJO WAYNE a/ ALSO "THE INSIDE STORY" RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last lime Today "IMPACT" with Brl.iti Dnnlrvy anil T.lla Itaincs News & Sliurl Friday & Saturday "BULLET CODE" \vilh frcnrRc O'ISrirri Ortonn A Srrial Gas Pipeline Explodes Near Cent r alia, Mo. WJNTRAl.TA. Mo.. Dec. 8. M'i—A 2-l-itich pipeline carrying natural «ns under pressure ol 525 pounds li?r square Inch, blew out. ut (he I'nuhanrtlo Eastern Pipeline company's pnmplni; station four miles rast of CcDlralln at 4:K this morn- liHI. slni-ting fire which w:is seen as far nn-ay as St. Joseph. Mo., mid Quincy. 111. There was heavy dam- nKP to the plant. Nine rncn worked there nt the I line escaped without Injury. The pipeline Is one of three passim! through Centrnlia from the HilRoton, Tex., fields to the Detroit Midi., area. The oilier two were' not nfleeted by the blast.. Centralln, however, Is > fed RMS from the ituiimgcU lino imd its supply was cut by the explosion. « llliam Vincent, chief engineer nt the plant, said it will require two or three weeks to get the line back into operation. The fire continued to burn for IIOIH-S ntier the. explosion ns workers sci»i:ht to dose pipeline nates on eaeh side of Centralia to cut off the flow. '1'he inittn cooling tower at (he pninplnir .st.'ilion was dc.vl royeil i,tul iwo others wore diimaged. A warc- linu.se Ijiirned to the ground. Tractor-Trailer driver Is Killed in Accident . j, Mo., Dec. 8. (/T) — Tlie driver of o. tractor-trailer lost control of the machine on Highway 66 last night, niid was killed when It overturned and burned. Two automobiles were Involved in the mishap. • The victim was Identified through a social security plate he was carrying ns Hecse J. Moran. Papers In tlie truck cab were destroyed In the fire,.»rx! Mai—j'i address had not. been determined. The trailer swung 1 Into an automobile before it , overturned on n curve 13 miles west of here, and tlic two' occupants of the car were hurt slluhtly. Injured and -taken to n Waynesvllle hospital were I»nls Smith, 19, St. 1 Louis, and Dora 'Sul- V/orkers in Aluminum Plant to Return to Jobs LITTLE ROCK, Deo. 8. (AP) — About 325 Arkansas employes of the Aluminum Company of America are to return to work Monday. They have participated in a nationwide strike of do United SteelwoKeri since O:t. n. Immediately after settlement of the strike against Alcoa was announced yesterday, company officials began pwpMatton., ^ resuming its bauxite mining and processing operations at Bauxite and Sweet Home. livaii, 47, Edgar Springs. Mo The Smith car then collided with another automobile, but no one in the third machine was hurt. ITWO DAYS ONLY-FRt. & SAT 1 FORMERLY SOLD AT 55.00 H£W. VrilAMtlNID WIKFIELD BALL POINT PEN WITH A IB WRITTiH SUVICI »OllCf WIITIS TO J WHS WITHOUT HFILUNS I (I.rm.rl, „» ,| JJ.JJ). Ptec!>lon.J*iiine.l • ptndU.ly. Truly remirkabla vilu* I Com. Kirby llros. HI-UK Store, lllyllieville C 1 ' •K I I B KARD'S GROCERY & MARKET 1044 West Chickasnwbc. Phone 2043 Picnic, 4 to 6 Ib. aYcrcigc AMS -- - - - ib.37c Picnic, 4 to 6 Ib. average ib 29c Shoulder •- - - - ib. 37c - - 8lb.pail$1.17 n Swift Premium Tender Chuck Shoulder CHRISTMAS POULTRY Be .siiri! ID put in your order for Chri.sl- nui.s (urkcys and we'll make cerliiin that yon Ket the ex;icf .size nnd quality to assure you nf n' perfect holiday dinner. Ned or while, '/i-f;;il. pails mm SYR ICxcclIcnl finality 45 L °- 2'/ 2 2 No. C'iim. . „ '"iiiuij^Sulci'led Kcd.s, No criicksvlirui.scK 10 lh ,49 c . Golden, No. ! CHRISTMAS TREES Just received! Yes, this year we have (lie finest Washington Spruce Trees that we ve ever bad the pleasure of handling. Lome in and sec them. Large, crisp, Iceberg IETTUCE ,« W American l.ady Cream Style YELLOW CORN 2 N L; 29 Try-Me Hraiul GREEN BEANS 2 2 „ 29* *• lltt. A.V Delicious Fruit Cakes In Every Price Range round fresh, Coffee Shop COFFEE ,,,65' Godchaux Pure CANE SUGAR Jack Sprol- CORN MEAL Duz, Oxydol, Rinso, Tide Washing Pow'dei 4 T.arf,'c (VQc ---- lioxes ____ 30 2 Small ftrtc .... HOA-CS .... . Delicious WILD RICE per box $112

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