The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 12, 1949
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 19-19 >,*,!i "mnt S lempt tt S atfs r slrnHn 0 tslrntio Two ECA Officials Freed by Reds Americans Released After 81 Days as Prisoners in Korea .cfiU^Aroe'to' 'V' 1 ''—Two * lorn Noith Korea today after '•ed rcRitne indlealcrt "P on its HBparcnt ft some form of Dni icttUioii in exchange for 'me Cooperation Ariniln- i~ ii "Its. who were deliverer ill.''" 1 . hv a '"""nous shin's crew Albert E. Willis. 40, of Brooklyn .it/-"/ i Alfl ' c(1 T. Meschtet. 28 OT Kinderhoole, N. Y.. shocked Willis' pe'a'raii' ' W ' fe W " h " 1elr "f" Mrs. Beatrice Willis estimated her I' rsbnml losl f .l,,, osl „ pmilld „ dav and S ji,t n , vo)lld t|lkc a , (]t 0( Ifl rooking to undo the dam.ipe 'M.v heart sank when I saw Viim," sue said today. "He looked like a Human skeleton. Why. his clothe? almost [ell off of him. He weighed '»<» pounds when he left usan. He mmt hnve lest r,a poinuls." Meschlnr said the two men were '"•jonably fit—c.swrmlly -comparec ""n the week before ivhen the <- ( H[>muiilsts started feeding then "II in preiiaration for Iheir'r.-tnrr "ley were not [ihysieallv mistreated I'e said. The siijToiiiidliiir mountain'.- Orist- «tt W ith earthen emplacements or rival guards. Meschtcr said.' hut not a shot was heard duiino the horde: '"•RoUatioiis for the pair's release »e did ) faint shouts from one P.orth Korean culling on members of 'He resrue mission to fore.sake the f°»»" Korean republic and joi' 'tie northern regime. The sreetins party remained wilh a gasoline car. a half mile south of the negotiations conducted by Embassy First Secretary Harold j Noble and Col. James' w. Fi-aser he Seoul embassy's military at- tache. He wore civilian clothes for the occasion. McMath Boosts State Eastern Tour LITTLE ROCK. Dec 12 Or, Governor McMath has returned home-after a week of prnrrmlhiK Arkansas and talking with Democratic Party leaders in New Yc nnrt Washington. He thinks he got In tome Mori licks for the state. for one thing, he and other members of his party rtiscussert the slate's resources with eastern Industrialists and the vrmiis governor believes "we were able to convinc them an investment In Arkansas would be sound and snfe." The Rational Geographic Society says American craftsmen have recaptured the lost medieval methods of staining glass. I I TIE IS CAST — A fractured . vertebra and four months in a Pneavy cast haven't dulled Ihe •sense of humor of Army recruit William Barnes. 17. at Lctler- man General Hospital, San The shirt and bow tie on Barnes' cnst »re d,-,ne in Phosphorescent paint, Riving _ them a bright glow at mglit ALSO W.U.T DISNTVS 'DUMBO' T « d ;;« n , '• AST BLYTHEVILLR (ARK.T COUKH5R NEWS DO TELL!-Vhen jichoi }J. fi. Umb.iUKli of Angola, Intl., shot his arrow's mlo the air. they fell to earth on the other side o( Chri°, V to ' vc "" S ." 10 " limenl - In so doing, they solved the town's a ,*hoH i <I " m ' a " mi I'"' 1 "™! by carrying over pieces of twine atUched to strings of lights. Umbaugh will spend the next few weeks ngm-ing iiaw to gel the lights down, again without havina lo climb the statue. Bulgarian Keels- Pay Homage to Late Leader SOFIA. Bulgaria. Dec. 12. W)— Bulgarian Communists today filed in homage before the embalmed body of their hue premier. Gcorgl Dimitrov, which was placed on view yesterday in Sofia's Ninth uf September .Square. The body, like that of NLcolnl Lenin In Moscow's Red Square, was embalmed by a secret Soviet process which the Russians said would preserve ii indefinitely. DimitroVs body." cnensecl In a glass coffin, lies utop a black marble podium, in a high-celinged room, 12 feet square. The body Is ~ ~ dressed in black. A light glows above it. Dimilrov. who fathered Bulgaria's postwar Communist government, riled in Moscow of diabetes last July' He was 67. The Bulgarian press said the secret embalming process preserves the body's freshness, color and features at ordinary temperatures. Aty Khans Expecting Arrival of Heir Soon Beating About the Bush" Started as English Game CHICAGO —W— The expression, "beating about the bush." Is derived from the old pastime of beating about the bush. World Book Encyclopedia researchers say Ihe diversion began In Hie 1400'« In England, and It resulted In many a night out lor men who hunted birds nnrl were known as batfowlers. It adds: • "The batfowlers. armed with « light and a weafwn reemblhiK a baseball bat, cautiously surrounded a large bush. Then one hunter would beat the other small bushes nearby to frighten the birds til the large bush- Dazzled by the lifiht. the birds floundered about while the hunters swung their clubs, try- Ing to render the birds senseless with a blow on (lie noj;«in. It was from this 'sport' that 'healing n- bout the bush' wormed its way Into our language." PAGE FIVE Negro Deaths Funeral services lor lAiccnrtle i Harden. :ifi, who died at her home in Armorc! lust week, were conducted Sunday at Nehemlah Temple Church by Elder M. Jones. Burial was In Can- Cemetery. Armorel. Hhe Is survived by her husband. Ed Harden, six sons, five daughters, two sisters and one brother. Oaslon Funeral Home was In chaiiie, Fuuenil services for iUnttic U r el- chance, 57, were condtiete<J at 1 p.m. today at the True Light Baptist Church by Rev. L. n. Davenport, pasior. Burial wns in Ml. Zion Cemetery under Hie direction of the Home Funeral Home. She died at her home Thursday night. Survivors include three sons of Blylhe- ville nnd a daughter of Detroit. Michi»un. livestock LAUSANNE. Switzerland, Dec. 12. U'l—Prince Aly Khan's .spokesman says he thinks Rita Hayworth may have her baby this week. The spokesman. Claude Payot of Ihe. Lausanne tourist ofTicei said I he hadn't lieen taken into (he com- j Illelc confiiieiu-c of the expectant! couple. But, said he, he thinks the birih is imminent. . nu lu. Rita, who married the prince May | mostly 12.75-13 SO- henVer" 27, has been awaiting the baby in n.09-!2.75i .stags 9.00-1100 isaniin since Nov. ;>. She has been | Cattle 7000: calves liiOD' n .ig quietly and left her hotel j to low goud steers 21.50-25 51 -e yesterday for the first tfijie mostly average choice 3500' five days, to visit Prince Aiy's ers I.otl loweri vnveviiI ir.n,i= .,' NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 Dec/12. (,1'i — (USDA)— Hugs 10.000: market active: weighls 180 Ibs up 10 to 25 higher: bulk 1811-2-10: barrows and (tilts 15.50-75; few under I 210 Ibs 15.85-16.00: extreme top i 16.00: 250-300 Ibs 14.5U-10.25. . 150- 1 170 Ibs mostly 15.50-10.00 few HO- i HO lus 15.25-50: sows 400 Ibs down j sows "a™^ he ttSTda.c hasIS; ^^^"^ been set for Rita to enter the h,,s- ! cows ,,,,»lly ,-..00-15.50 e" 11 the dau. S "' d " C Uadia ^"I 7 -"^ •=•"""» all(t "*"** Arkansas Student Wins Rhodes Scholarship' PRINCETON. N. J., Dec. 12— (if) —A former baseball catcher ami JJ Army paratrooper from Arkansas is o one of the J2 winners of Rhodes I i v scholarships to Oxford University El England. " w He is Charles L. Hamilton. 21. ! ^ Little Rock, senior at Hcndrlx College. He plans to become a history instructor. Tlie 32 winners, selected from a field of 412 competitors in the United States, were announced !ast night. They were selected on the basis of intellect, character, personality and personal vigor. The scholarships are valued at $1,400. Blytheville Student Heads College Class David Pile of Blytheville, n junior at the College of the O/art:s at Clark.sville. has t,'=en elected president of that class In a student election, it was announced today. Ernest Gray of North Little Rock is Senior Class president; Fritz Eh- -. ren of Helena, freshman president £ and James Byassce of Little Rock ; " president of the .Miplumune class. Former Mayor Dies CLARENDON. Ark.. Dtv 12 (.f,— Former Mayor Hubert E. Pearce 75 ! died here yesterday. He was asso-'f ciated wjtn his son In the plumbinc •>nd healing contracting business Another of his three sons Is the Rev. Hubert E. Pearec. MeliHidi'4 pastor at Hcbcr Springs. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Mimdsiy X Tuesday "SORROWFUL JONES" Milb Huh Hope and Lucille Hall Warner News A- {'. 1r t,, n ,, BLYTHEVILLrS ONLY .ALL WHITE THEATRE Last Day • 2 Big Hits Ol«un FORD NEW n->.v Opens Week Dnjs T.W p.m Jlalllice Satunlaj ,v. Sundays i p . m Con , Showjn]! Manila, Ark. FEINBERG ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF Wool Coats Choose from our entire .solcc'litni of Ilio. soason's smartest coals. . . (he fashion-wise, clussic.s witli froe-l'lowinjj HUGS, or, its coitipiinioii in chic, tlie smijjly liellcil coat. Clicck Ihi'se cIciii'Hiicc ]iriccs: $35VALUES.... NOV/.. $39.95 VALUES . NOW.. $45.00VALUES . NOW.. $49.95 VALUES. NOW.. 12°° 95 00 95 P;ttr ilrosspi! . . . dance drcssps . . . casual il,'ps?ps . . . coal rti'nssca . . . dresses for every otx-iision arc now tfreally reduced for this bitf ]>re-ClinslinHS event. You'll find beautiful plaid wools, smart gal>- imlinc.s, spai-klinf crepes. Jn all si/.cs . . . lovely colors 3 RIG GJiOUPS. ' VALUES TO $25.00 ONLY 11 MORE DAYS 'TIL XMAS O USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN © Last Time Today "FIGHTING KENTUCKIAN" «llh .lolin Wayne Also Shorts Tuesday "HE WALKED BY NIGHT" Also Sliorts- FRATERNAL RINGS J-MBI-EM RINGS (or every fraternal order enough to suit any brother! Fashioned by mastcrcraftsmen, each in heavy, 1QK gold mountings. Pat O'Bryant Jewelry ' LOVELY SKIRTS Values to $7.99 Skirt.s for every blouse and sweater are now featured in this grand money-saving sale! Select from wonderful wool plaids, «aliavdincs, corduroys, failles and crepes $^99 •e- GAY SWEATERS Pretty pullovers . . . long and short sleeve styles in )f>0 n > \vnol, short sleeve styles only, in 101)'; nylon. All arc lush colors, so select yours now. I-witf sleeve Cardigans I'.v "-Mademoiselle" in I'oth 100'.,; nylon and \W}',c wool. Check this value-giving low price. |if Main & Second

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