The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 19, 1950
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.), COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE THE NAT/ON TODAY— U.S. Diplomatic Victories Used To Be a Lot Easier to Understand On the Basis of Pennies, Acres Ky Arthur Edson (For James Marlow) WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. (/I')—Secretary oj Slate Acheson rmuil long for Hie good old days, when diplomacy's triumphs could be iigured In simple terms like acres and pennies. I kept thinking of this yesterday during Acheson's news conterence. Outside the auditorium where the conferences arc held are a couple of illustrations of the State Department's finest hours. In well lighted eases are mounted*— the documents that completed the Louisiana Purchase and changed ^he ownership of Alaska from Rus- ™ia io the U.S. The paragraph on the Louisiana purchase is headed: "Three cents an acre." Yes, that's Dell Kiwanis Club Inducts Officers; Blytheville Rabbi Addresses Group what it cast. The caption on the paragraph explaining the AlH.sha deal reads: "Seward's Folly." The paragraph hurriedly explains that of it really wasn't folly. Secretary of State Seward got Alaska for \CF.A than two cents an acre. Under.standable Iran sncLEons, botlv But look at diplomacy today. Acho.-on opened tho conference with: "I have talked so much this week that I'm afraid I'm talked out." Bui. he said, he'd answer questions And he did. What -About that conference ol atnbn-s-sadurs? . . . Saar coal mines? . . . peace treaty? Sale of liberty ships to Chinese Nationalists? , . . Formosa? . Would we, in case we got a more powerful bomb, change our atomic policy? For ]2 minme.s we dizzily hopped skipped and jumped about the world. On the way ovit I noticed a grou[' of students clustered in the rear Turned out they were from American University here, and were studying government in action. How had they liked the conference? "Well," said one, and then didn'i finish. "I had trouble hearing," sale ^mother. Finally one pert miss said J^Frankly, I couldn't tell what it wa. all about." There you are. Explain and ex plain and 'explain, and it's sli hard for many of us lo remember the details on* say, the Saar coal mines. Not a bit iike land at two or three cenU an acre- Now there, citi?/:iis, is .something we can get our mental plowshares into. Junior Service Members Tell of Auxiliary's Work Mrs. Monroe Grain r-.ntl Mrs. Marvin Smith, members o( the Blythe- I'llle Junior Service Auxiliary, demonstrated to member* of the Kiwanis Club the Keystone eye screen t which is now being given Bly- theviile school children under the sponsorship of the auxiliary. Mrs. Grain and Mre. Smith explainer! the test which is to be given to every grammar school child in the Blytheville School District in an effort to single out and correct cases of mental retardness caused by poor vision. President Tom A. Liltk 1 , Jr., presiding at his first meeting, said that the national convention would l)e held in Miami, pla.. May 1-11 and that delegates of the Blytheville club to the convention would be selected in [he near future. Members of the club nlso votec to attend church in a group Sunday. The Kiwanians will attend services at the First Presbyterian Church. Members of the club also voter a S25 donation to the Junior Chamber of Commerce's "Operation Economy" program. With the Courts • Cluuicrry: A. E. Brown ct al vs. P. B. Joj'ner el al, suit to collect S3.SIIO on a note. Soviet Bloc Delegate Resigns His UN Post LAKE SUCCESS, Jan. 19. <, Alexander, one ol th Soviet bloc delegates who walke out of a United Nations comniitle Monday in a general demonstratio against Nationally Cliina. has re .signed from the polish delegatio as a protest against the walkout, t was learned today. RENT A CAR Drive Anywhere Yua Please Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 John M. Slovens, Jr., will riiiccl* the 15*11 Kiwanis Club activities this year. He was installed as presides! last Tuesday along with other new officers. . Judge Graham Suclbury of Blytheville was installing officer, and the new officers assumed their duties this week at the dinner cetinK at the liiKh school cafe- •rla, when the Dr. Alfred Vise, ibrji of the Teniule Israel in lylheville, was the principal jcaker. The club was organized about a ear ago and during its first year irolted 34 members. Activities ol the Initial vcnr. in- luded Kids Bay. distribution of hristtnas baskets for the needy ontnbiiting about (400 in aid in nderprivile'fied, sponsoring of a erjrcsentative at Boys State. The new officers other than Mr. itcvens are; n. B Crawford, vice- resident; O. E. HunntcuU. secrc- ary-treasurer; and the following ireclors: A. -E. Caldwcll, E. II. 'rewell, Lester Gill. Olen Cook, lharle.s Kennett, Bob Henderson nd Merrell Osborne. In connection with the bcgln- ing of a liew years work Mr. Steens named Ihc following comsnit- ec I'pacls: public relations. R. B iriuvford; agriculture conservation, O. E. Hunnicult; achievement re- ort. Jei-i-y Edwards; boys\and girls vork, Charles Kennett; inter-club clations, A. E. Caldwcll: attendance ,nd membership, the Rev. M. R ririffhi; finance and housing, Ciar- ield Lewis' reception. Lester Gill; Kiwanis education. Jinnny Tidwcll; nder privileged children, E. H. 'rewett; program aiul music, the Rev. B. H. Hall: public and business affairs, H. R. Crawford, and church support, Ed Hardin. Kiwanii Club Members Aid Crippled Children Tuo ci'ippled children of the niy- Ihpvlllc vkinlty were sent Tuesday lt to the Shrine's Crippled Children's Hospital In St. Louis for check-ups and treatment by the filyihevillc Kiwanis club, 'Hie two children were Jimmy Kelly of the Forty and Eight community and Peggy Richardson. Voung Kelly, Is to receive liLs first check-up since he was dismissed 'nun the hospital a month ago and I'fBpy is lo receive initial treatment. Tr.insportation lo and from the iiospital for the children Is paid for by the Kiwanis Club as a part n! Hie chita's work in the aiding of underprivileged and crippled children. Barber Shop Quartet, Four Congressmen, to Give Radio Program WASHINGTON, Jan. 13. (1',-A congressional barber shop qiiculel. which Include.'; Rep. Orcn Harris, E. Dorado, Ark., is scheduled to make its radio debut Jjtb. 2. It Is to appear on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour over AUC, which will originate here in cooixiratlon with launching of (he American Heart Association's 1950 campaign. Other members of the quartet are Reps. Percy Priest, Tennessee. Toby Morris, Oklahoma, and Fran Wilson, Texas. Vice-President Uarklcy and several other members of Congress also are .scheduled to appear on the program. State Police Director Wants to Hire More Men LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 19, </[',-Governor McM;ith said today he is studying a i-equcst for transfer of money from his eniorguncy fund t'j ilie State Police. State Police Director llrnnan Limt:-cy requested the money to udd 10 additional patrolmen, lie proposed to add seven men for highway safety work and three lo the criminal division. The cost would be $51.570. including of equipment. Undscy reported that al present he has GO highway p-.vtiot unils covering 5(3,03!) miles of Aj'kimsas highways, imd said the average of 933 miles per unit is too large. Court Reporter's Death Tangles $1,000,000 Lawsuit Over Oil Land LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Jim. 19 i—The Arkansas Supreme Cour was asked yesterday to order retrial of a 51,000.000 lawsuit before Lt has reached the hiyh court 01 appeal. Supreme Court Clerk Call Slc- phenson said the request for n mandate before a case reaches Ihe court was unprecedented. It resulted from the deatti 0! Cieorge lliirdin, Si.. Ouachilu County chancery court reporter. He hn< trnn.scribed only six of his 18 books of notes on the case. Attorneys said (lint uo one cal be fuund who can rend Hardin's type of shorthand, and therefore an appeal from the lower cmirl verdict cannot be filed because mi transcript of the is available. The case involves the contest ol Alice Cvincv and others over the interest of John Criner and others in Ouachita County oil lands valuei at Sl.000,000. Swell Combination for Quick Tasty Lunch »RANGI-CIU*H AND'HAMSUIGERS rlore's n quick hearty lunch LlinL ntikes n swell combination uny ;imo, nnywhtTP. Hoi, juicy \\m\\- >uryersnii[li;ool,rcrri-sliiiij;Ora[ij;<'- 'JIlUSH uro wonderful for lunch vhcfhcr nt school, nt h'j:m i , or ut -four favorite tuncli counter. Sorvo OraiiKaCIUJHH loo, »s mi m-bclwrcn refrii-sliiT. Onnigu- (vlUlSIl p;ocs fiocxl with popcorn, |)L';imi(.s, pctiilu <rhipH f or any snturk food. Always n favorite with Llic tuL-nsters. brnntfc-CRUSH lu'Ls thi' Hpol wlioii (ho Hiilurday uniitf KiilhiTH before (liu gainu or after. You'll find tniitOrflnKe-CHUSH is alvrnyti n welcoin* treat—ita n«tnrnl "fresh fruit" flavor enlivens your finest dinner or most cjismil refreshment flnaek. Look for the flavor-guarding "krinkly" brown hotth;. liny Or/ingc-(JIU : SH the economy wiiy— by the cose. Big 4 Star Family Program U _/THEVILLE'S ONLV ALL WHITEjrmATjtE. Star Hit No. 3 The Year's Top Serial Star Hit No. -I "PICKLED PUSS' (Color Cartoon) > Allfson • r«t« Lowford in O'Brien • [lii^WtlTonlor Star Hit No. 2 * (^ UTRV We Arc Proud to Announce The Appointment Of COY GOODSON as Manager of Our Electrical Department As his many friends in Blytheville know, ,Mr. Gnudson is ahly qualified lo handle all electrical service work whether il he contracting job, an individual wiring problem, or the repair of elcclrcal appliances. Without reservation w guaranlee the high tjualilv of his work. 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