TUESDAY, JANUARY 81, 1950 Reds' Spy Charge Is Termed Tripe' Official Discloses Accused Vice Consul Is En Route to States WASHINGTON, Jan. 31. <«>)— The State Department said today an American vice consul accused by the Chinese communists of "spying" lias been unheard from since Sept. 27 That was the day he started a hazardous journey ont of China, under orders. Press Officer Michael J. McDcr- mott called the Red charges "the ;|j'ial trijje." nj implied, in talking •^h newsmen, that the vice consul, 'Douglas Mackiernan of Stoughlon, Mass., would have his hands full )ust eetting out. Mackiernan was left behind to dose up the consulate in Tihwa, capital of China's vast northwest horder province of Sinkiang. when Consul J. HUH Paxlon and }ther Americans were ordered out last Afgitsl. The Paxton croup finally reached India tn Oclohcr after an arduous trip on fool and horseback across the Himalaya Mountains. Mackiernan radioed on Sept. 27 that he was leaving, over the same Kencral route taken by the Paxton party. The only American left in Tihwa. ho was just ahead of Communist foi ces. The Chinese Red Radio, heard by the Associated Press in San Francisco, pictured Mackiernan as n hard- riding "spy" who sousht to or- sanize the bandits of the Sinkiang wilderness against the Communist advance. It said he had !>een "exposed as an espionage agent" by three white Russian con federates, who confessed. McDcrniott. denying there is any serious concern so far over the vice consul's safety, the inference , open that some fears are felt. HR said the Journey by primitive caravan normally takes from 10 to 85 days in summer, but longer in winter when passes are blocked by snow. f ^lcDermntt said the department r tf not expect to hear from Mark- iernan until he reaches Kashmir in India. International Angle Seen in Jewel Thefts NEW YORK. Jan. 31. M'j-An International band of jewel thieves may have pulled off the daring theft of $428,000 worth of gems from the midtown apartment of a former model, police Indicated today. The newest development In the ui'rglary came on a . tip from the victim herself, Mrs. Maxlne Sanson. wife of a wealihy hosiery manufacturer. The comely ex-model told police that while | n Pnrls , as , yCRr snc was "tipped off" that she was beine tiaiied. At that time, she said, she was wearing many of the valuable stones stolen from he' nl Saturday night. Mrs Sanson said, however she wnsn-t sure who gave her the tip u r « r that she was being followed House Group Delays witii ^ !,„-„ r T" n r- / ax Program Session - —ng With a keen eve for the wry best, the thieves spurned the less valuable gems and the svnthetic ones as they looted the favishly- fi-rnishetl Sanson apartment. The stolen gems were taken from jewel boxes secreted in n closet in the apartment's living room. It was learned later, however, that the ihit.os left behind several hundred thousand dollars worth of jewelry hidden in other boxes In the hed- room which they apparently did not enter. Real Estate Transfers (Chlckasawba Wstrlcl) V. E. (Enoch) Snider and Mi'iule Snider Green to Lois L. Douglas Lot 6 of the J. w. Bader Addition, 510 and other consideration. Lois L. Douglas to Maude Snider ?"*"' Lot 6 of the J. w. Barter Addition, $10 and other consideration. C. P. Bruce, et al, to A. J. Key. et al. Lots 23 and 24 of Block "A" South side of Manila. SI,500. William Lee Walker and Roberta M. Walker to Max Logan and Harold B. Wright, Lot a of Block 5 of the William Lee Walker Second subdivision, $1 and other consideration. Max and Annie Laurie Logan and Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to Wilden D. and Marina Glynn Rodder, Lot 1 of Block "F" of the John B. Walker Second Addition, $800. Max and Annie Laurie Logan anil Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to Eva Mae and Virgil E. Williams, Lot 5 of Block "A" of the John li. Walker second Subdivision. $800 Max and Annie Laurie Logan and Harold B. and Mario I). Wright to Obert and Fannie Mac Hitch. Lot •i of Block "F" of the John H. Walker Second Addition. $900 Clyde and Addie Smith to n A- Greemvay. Lots 17 and 18 of Block 4 of the First (Sparks) Addition to Dell. $1,000. Wiley and Joslc Ralph to Oscar and Delia Alexander, Lot 15 of Block "D" of the Barren and Lilly Addition. $3.000. James and Mary Frances Terry to Aria Ophelia Todd. Lot 8 of Block 2 of the Chicago Mill and Lumber Company Third Addition. $10 and other consideration Noel J. and Ada Ophelia Todd to James Terry lot 8 of Block 2 of the Chicago Mill and Lumber Company Third Addition, $10 and other BLYTHEYILLE (AHK.) COtJKrBR JCBWS consideration. Issac I stroud Josephine Slroud to T. p. and Alethca Dean Lot 5 of the Jolly Addition, $500 W. C. Calcs lo Mnrzella Scales Lot u or Block 6 of Ihe Elliolt Acidilion. 5275. Florence Moodv Crawford lo Robert M. and w'ilma V. Williams a plot 200 by 124 feet in Seclion 1-15N-10E. $250. W. B. and Pauline Byreans to Rial and Rubv Bates. 20 acres in Section 6-15N-1E, $MO. J. E Stevenson. Jr.. and Mary K. Stevenson to James R. nnd Helen Fisher, all of Lot 9 of Block 6 of the Country Club Drive. 56,000. I. E. Parkhurst to K. B. Spaeth and Nellie Smart Spaeth. Lot 1 of Block M of the Bugg Addition' S2.SOO. Susie Crafton Evans Billiard to Joe and Telsia Crafton. E 2 of Lot 9 of Block 2 of the First Addition to Dell, $1 and other consideration. E- N. and Lucille Webb to Ruby Odcll and Wilodean Rosella McWilliams, Lot 6 of Block 5 of the David Acres Subdivision. SE.800 Burl R. and Betty L. Wilson to Alvin E. and Irene Prlohard Lot 25 of Block 4 of Ihe 'William Lee Walker Second Subdivision, $10 and other consideration. Irene Crowdcr to Robert C. and Mary Wooslcy Baxter, Lot 9 of the Willie Beasley Subdivision. SG.OOO \V C- Gates to George and Jessie Green. Lot 6 of Block 2 of the Elliott Addition to Biyihcvillc • 5250 WASHINGTON. Jan. 31. l/f, — Chnirtnnn Doughlon (D-NC1 said today the House Ways and Means Committee will start hearings Friday on President Truman's new tax program. That is n day later than originally planned. The postponement, was decided urion when Secretary of the Treasury Snydcr. the first" witness reporled he could not appear unl Friday. l ^-~~—^•^•^^^•^^•••^^•^^•^•^^^^•^^^^^^^^^H CAPITAL WEATHER'S JUST CAPITAL—A record-broakiiiR 73 decrees in Washington broughT I at McGowan out to bask in the sun oil the Capilol Rrounels. Many sections of the country enjoyed the same freak rnidu'Inlcr warnilh. Tragedy Averred In Hospital Fire In Wisconsin City REEDSBURG, Ws., Jan. 31. (AP) —Frequent fire drills and training of emviloyes helped avert tragedy when fire broke out Sunday in the men's ward of the Sauk County hospital. One hundred mcntnl patients escaped unhurt .after the blaze jvas discovered in the attic of the three stor}' brick .structure. Supt. Kenneth Russell said the fire was confined to one end of.tlic building while hospital workers successfully diiected evacup.lion. Patients were taken to other buildings near the main structure. Other patients helped workers carry out furniture, clothing and bedding. Russell said the hospital had conducted frequent fire drills and that all of the institution's employes were trained fire fighters. He estimated loss in the fire, of undetermined origin, was between $10,000 and S20.000. Trainmen, Conductors Ask Contract Changes CHICAGO. Jan. 31. M',—Trainmen and conductors ol r.he nation's Class One railroads continued negotiations with railroads today, seeking contract changes. They also resumed counting strike ballots The union members have been reported voting lieavilv in favor of a strike. The 250,000" members of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and the Order of Railway Conductors are asking 11 major contractual changes, including a 40 hour week without nny pay cut. A union spokesman said the vote count may be made public late this week. Co//eges Must Pay For Bus Licenses LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 31—(fl'i — The attorney general's office said today that Arkansas laws exempting public school districts from certain taxes do not apply to the state's district agricultural schol.s. The opinion went to' President Charles S. Wllkltu of Magnolia A and M. College a Magnolia Wilkins had written asking if the school was exempted from buying licenses for its buses and trucks and from payment or certain other fees and licenses. PROFIT By Reading Classified Ads Erery Day! PROFIT BLYT By Advertising In The Classified Columns When You Want to Buy or Sell ADS PLACED BEFORE 9A.M. WILL APPEAR SAME DAY Al! Classified Advertising Payable in Advance PHONE 4461 EVILLE COURIER NEWS CARUTHERSVILL.E NEWS By Jcwn Douglass Cartrr-I'arklnson Vows Salil Miss Catherine Curler, daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Edward Carlcr of Senath, «MO., became the bride of Joe H. Parkinson, son of i\lr. and Mrs. J. H. Parkinson of Mils city on December 20. 1!H9. The simple ceremony was performed nt the Methodist' Parsonage In .Rector. Ark with the Rev. Jessie Carter, pastor . of the Scnath officiating. The bride was attired in , Methodist Church a street of navy blue crepe. length frock She selected grey accessories Mrs. Parkinson attended the Senatli High School and graduated with (he class of 1047. She has worked for the past year at the South Dunklin Insurance Agency. Mr. Parkinson graduated from has been coaching for the past two (ained members of the Caruthers- vlilc Woman'* Chil) at her home on Wednesday afternoon. There were 23 present. Guest speaker was Hen Durils head of (he Missouri slate employment agency in this district. Mr Burns explained Ihe organization and eludes of the olficc and told of unemployment, pensions given to those who are eligible. Mr. Burns stated that January unemployment in Pemt.scol County would dorble the unemployment of December. This docs not" include farm labor »s farm labor is USURII.V Murk diiriiif! this season of Ihe year. The group rtifcusscd, the situation with Mr. Bi-rns. Mrs. J. W 'Upton, n member of the cliib, spoke on Ihe organi/a- High years al the Horncrsvill'c School in Ilornersville, Mo. Miss Abrnmthy lo liccomc Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Abcrnathy! of this city have announced Ihe I engagement of their daughter. P.'.y. to George Merrcll III. son of Mr ind Mrs. George Merrcll Jr of Hayll. Mo. Miss Abcrnatliy Is a graduate of the 1348 class of Carutliersville Hiffh School. Mr. Merrcll adetulccl the Havli schools and has farming Interests in that section. Wedding plans will be announced later. U'nrmn's dull .Meets Mrs. J. B. Linen, ass'slcil by Mrs. L. B. Grisham. Mrs. C. C. Neely and Mrs. L. A. Ferguson, cnter- for delinquent and underprivileged boys was organl/cd by a war veteran in 1948. Til" voter in was Ihe survivor of his bomber crew and drifting in Hie Pacific. He promised that If he lived he would do something worlhwhtle Upiii hi.-: return.' with Ihe help of frit-lids li: St. Ln-is. Mo., he organized the Missouri Boys' Town. Aiding the home is a project of the Federated Woman's Clubs. Mrr Redman Dunham presented three fifth grade students and two sixth grade sludenl.s who sung several numbers. The children were Linda Hopke, Ann Richardson, June Ellen Markey. Jan Taylor and Lee Bennetl Jores. A rpniinc business session was condrclcd after which the hostesses served fresh cncoanul cnke and cof- fiejht for family!" Ever)- real man will protect liis family... against every llircal. Thai's why so many millions of American men own life insurance. They realize the biggest threat lo their families is lack of money. Life insurance slantls guard every day, ready lo provide money in ease the man of Ihe houtc is taken away. Do you have lifo insurance protccliun? Knoii(;h In carry on your fight for you? Talk it over with a friendly Life of Georgia agent luilay. ''I' ^ C LJfi ^ .~ ~ ' THE OL P RELIABLE • SINCE 1891 District Officn Suite 2, Farmers Bank Building PAGE SEVEN Tlie next meeting will be on Febuary 8, at the home of Mis. Floyd V. Ilrower. llnmrniakers Club Mfds Twenty-one members and one Sliest, Mrs. John White, met al the 'iome of Mrs. Abe Gallher Tues- iay for the regular meeting of the 3aruthor5vHle llomeinakers Club. Mrs. Pat Patterson, the new chairman, opened the meeting. The jroup r ,ang two numbers, '.Follow !he Gleam" and "Song of Peace." Mrs. Black Fowlkes led the singing. Following the songs, the members of the club repeated the club collect in unison. The lesson for the dav was a book review by Mrs. John"While. The book reviewed was "llrldc of Fortune." a novel by Harnett Cain. During the business meeting club members voted to donate money to the March of Dimes. Mrs. Gaitbcr served refreshments of cake and coffer:. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Tom Caldwell. The program will be entitled "Home around Improvements." f'honil Club Concert Tlu: Caruthcrsvillc High School mixed chorus, under the direction of Wilby A Hice. presented its second annual concert last week the High Sdlool auditorium. Proceeds from the benefit performance went to the March of Dimes. Locals Mrs Joe Pinion and children and Mrs. Frank nouglass nnd children drove to Poi'tngcville Saturday to shop. Robert Karl Hi'ducns. a studcn at Mississippi State College In Starkville. Miss., Is spending several days at home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Hudgens. The Rev. Floyd Brower spent a few days In St. Louis, Mo., last week on business. GnrlKiid Wheeler of Kcnnctt, Mo., spent Hie weekend visiting In the home of his mother, Mrs. Wheeler, who has moved here recently. J L. Flceman of Manila. Ark., silent several days here as a guest in the home of his aunt, Mrs. Joe Bartholomew Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wilson motored to Ecnalh, Mo., Sunday to visit friends. Miss Jean Alfortl. who attends Southeast Missouri State Teache College In Cape Olrardeau, Mo., spent the weekend with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Hunt. Miss Mary Ellen Horner, Mrs. Earnest Hniel, and Misses Norma Jerm Bennett and Betty Jo Patterson, and Bob Gomlin drove to Capo Girardeau, Mo., Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Taylor ami daughters left Monday for West Memphis. Ark., where they will make thcii home. Herbert Correll, a student al West Minister College, in Fulton. Mo., was in town Fndnv visiting his mother. Mrs. A. A. C'orrell. Dean Vick. Arthur Wagner, Albert Ciavcns, and II. R. Pickle were In fiikcston Monday on business. Misses Barbara Shaw and K\ Hayden arrived home Thursday from Cape Glrardcau, Mo., where they are students, to spend the weekend with their respective parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hayllen and Mrs. Dot Sbfiw. Snuffy WftlT UP 1 VEO socacous -1 ear ft MITE o' AMMUNITION »• MAHCH o otMts.roo IN Till-: CI1AXCKIIY COURT FOK TUB CUICKASAWBA ItlSTItlOT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS M. A. Isaacs Trustee for J. C. Kills. Sicgbcrt Jiedcl Trustee for Richard Jicdel and Richard Jlcdcl, PHfs. vs. No. 10,59 Ed Yoivcll, Kthcl Vowel I, Cecil Yowoll; Max B. Hold Trustee for National Hank of Commerce,' Memphis, Tennessee, National Bank of Commerce Memphis, Tcnn. F,. C. Hobiii.son Lumber Company, Blythcville, Arkansas, iMfts NOT1CT OF SALE Notice Ls hereby given that th undersigned, commissioner in chancery, will, pursuant to the order of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba ULstrlcl. Mississippi County Arkansas, rendered on the 13th day of January. 1050. hi H cause therein pending, wherein M. A. Isaacs Trustee lor J. C, Ellis, Slcgucrt Jfedel Trustee for Richard Jicdel and mchard Jiedcl nrc plaintiffs ami Ed Yowcll, Ethel Yowell, Cecil Yowell; Max B. Reid Trustee for National Bank of Commerce, Memphis, Tennessee, National Bank of Commerce Memphis, Tennessee. E. C. Robinson Lumber Company, Blj'- IbcvUle, Arkansas, are defendants, on the 18th ilny of February, 1050. offer for sale at public auction, nt the .south door of the Court. House In the city of Ulylhcvlllc. County of Mississippi anil Stale of Arkansas, to the highest and best bidder .the following lands and property in the County of Mississippi, Slate ol Arkansas, to-wit: Lot Eight (8). Block Thirty (301, Blythe .Addition to the City of Biyihcvillc, Arkansas. Said sale will be held between Fcw Hours' Trip Turns ' Into Weeks and Pilot Travels 7,000 Miles LIVERPOOL, Sag., Jan. 31. ..<•> -John Chandler piloted the Canard Liner Frnnconia out of Cobh, Ireland, harbor three weeks ago ex- peeling to be back home in Cobh within a few hours. He landed here today 7,000 miles later. And he still wasn't home. The 55-year old pilot was unable to leave [he Franconla because the seas outside Cobh were too rough for the pilot lx>at to take htm off He traveled first class to Halifax rough for the pilot boat. Chandler sailed on to Liverpool. • He's leaving for home tonight on the Doubluj steamer across the Irish Sea. Tom Smith, of Norwich, England, bathes canaries as n full-time occupation. the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon and three o'clock In the niter noon of the dale aforesaid upon the following terms: On a credit of three C3) months. 'Hie purchaser at said sale will be required to give bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase price and a lien will be retained on said lands further to secure such purchase money, WITNESS my hond this the 28th day of January, 1950. Harvey Morris, Commissioner in chancery. 1;31'50 ' Treat your COUGH INSIDE OUT! cnims, the tickle. T*ko K.J.J.!, old IMJ'i CoiiKh Sy ru 11 ; and v«ry quickly the membranes uf your throat and |>o ut vccrullon* which it-nil in Biuti *w»r from inei'leout. No ivniuler UdJ'attops Held*, aiili djualis-aflcr-cold*, even relieve* eltrar- rtt*j couk'li- Durtura [irmcHbe the Hime fn- K roil! mis. Ouarnntrrtj to contain no dope. • Harmless rv^ii to rhIMren. Get A boLUc of HtU'i ij.iu«>. SyrU[» loilay. LEADING BREWERY SEEKS DISTRIBUTOR One of the lending inlilue.slrrii brrwcrs will) a complete line seeks distributor fr> r this area. Cans, buttles, kegs. If you are now a- ticcr ilirilribiilor or a .successful route s:ilc.sm;iii for soft drink, bakery, dairy or muiit packer, or for oilier iiruilncLs delivered regir- Jarly tn taverns, b:irs r grocers and super markets, you may qualify fnr this nmi.sital opportunity, llrcwcry rei)rescnlalivcs will he In (lifs city \vHliTn a short while for personal Interviews. Replies will he held stm-lly connuenllra Oppn, ttniily JlmiletJ to i ncn niuun-Jiilly rc.siinnsiljlc. Address P.O. llox 2175, Kansas City Missouri. WATER is your Cheapest Commodity ••• Use it FREELY! Blytheviile Water Co. Blytheville, Ark.
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