The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 13, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 13, 1950
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVnXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1050 Soviet Said Seeking Deal For 'Spheres of Influence' NEW YORK, March 13. (AP) —+ The New York Timns today that 1 United States officials believe the Soviet Union now Is making a new effort to arrange a "spheres o£ Influence" deal with this country. A Washington dispatch by James Heston said: "Recent events in the Communist world suggest to experts in official quarters here (In Washington) that the Soviet Union is trying to do two things: Two Things 1,1-sled "1. Minimize or eliminate western Influence In R" Communist satellites states. "2. Arrange a two-world settlement with the United States under which the western nations would adopt a hands-olf policy throughout the whole communist world, Including China and Yugoslavia, and do most of their business with the Soviet satellites through Moscow." The story said: "Pressure on the United States, Britain and France to reduce their missions or get out of the satellite £t?*es, combined with official statements that the worlds of Capitalism and Communism can live in peace on a'non-intervention basis, arc the characteristics of almost all recent statements or actions in the Communist states." Soviet Attitude-Improves The Times reported that recently "Moscow's attitude toward western officials In the Soviet capital Is more correct." It Is noted in Washington, the story said, that "there has been some relaxation on travel for ioreigi 'diplomats in the Soviet Union of late, and United States reporters are now able to say more and say if quicker than In some montlis." State News Brief MCGHEE, March 13. OT—McGhee citizens have posted somi >300 in rewards and conviction . o the party or parties believed to b poisoning dogs here. City Marshal Chester Bowles salt at least three dogs were poisone< here during the past week. ;. HOT SPRINGS, March 13. (l^ Both attendance and betting dur ing the first three weeks of raclni at oakUwn Park this year dropped under 1949 figures. • -,. Figures released by the Arkansa State Racing Commission show wa gering this year at $5,916.334 anc mttendance at 122.368. During the corresponding perloi lest year, attendance was 125,438 and the mutuels handled 46,010,858 LITTLE ROCK, March 13. ( Etrombolt played to a full hous here Sunday despite a steady" down pour.'. .\:.-, : '.. ••.; Managers,of the two. Little Roc Cheaters-.which showed the film •tarring Ingrld Bergmnn, said bus! ness was "even better than ex pected," They said their theater were "full" most of the day. Th film was directed by Italian Rober to Rosselllnl. UrTIJS ROCK, March 13. Governor McMarh says his offic has no knowled:.? of any acti\lit at the court-padlocked Blackfis Lake Club near Pcrrcst City. McMath commented on a Mem phis newspaper's report that tl- swank gambling establishment w' operating again. "If I Ilnd that Blackfish Is ope ating," McMath said, "the state police will move at once." The club was padlocked a year ago because of alleged gambling. Medics Refuse o Act Against Dr. Sander MANCHESTER, N.H,, March 13. AP)—Dr. Hcrmnrm N. Sander hurt oSvScd another hurdle today in his ght to return to his country doc- or practice. The New Hampshire Medical Solely refused yesterday to inke,dis- Iplinnry action against the young hyslclan and left any such nctlon the Hills borough County Medical society. No Plans Made A spokesman also reported that lie state society did not plan to inke any recommendations to the :ate board of registration in mccU- ine, which alone has the right to evoke or suspend a medical Jicensc. The board planned to meet today i .set a date for a fonnnl hearing ir the 41-year-old Caiulfa doctor cnuttted la^t week of murder in he decvtU of Mrs. Abhle Eorroto, ft imcer patient. Two members of the five-man egistration board v;erc among 30 Iclegalcs and alternates of the sttitc 1 oclety's house of delegates which tobalcd the Sander case behind clos- doors for three hours yesterday They were Drs. Patil J. Dye ol Volfeboro nnd Reginald K. House 01 lanover. Neither had any comment Door Not Closed While it did not wholly close the door upon such action, the state medical society said disciplinary ac,ion "is the province of the count) medical society concerned." It could have recommended disciplinary action to the county society, but refrained from doing so Such action might have been ceti sure, suspension or even cxpulsloi from membershp. A county society spoke.snmn sa special meeting could be callet :o discuss the case of Dr. San tier a the request of at least five mem jers. Safer Cough Relief When new drugs or old fail to stoi your coW don't delay. Safe, depend able Creomulsion goes quickly lo ih sent of Iflc trouble to relieve iicut bronchitis or chest colds. Creomulsion has slood Ihc test of more than 3f yeacs and millions of users. It contain safe, proven ingredients, no narcotic and is fine for children. Ast you druggist for Creomulsion and take promptly according to directions. CREOMULSION Relieves Coughs.' Ch«t CoMJ • Sroochil CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan Douglass — Phone 389-J Woman's CJub Meets Mrs. Guy E. Mlchie entertained ,r the members of the Womnn's lul) at her home Wednesday nftcr- oon. She was assisted by Mrs. Von Inyos nntl M'S. O. C. Castles. There ere 28 members present. At tills meeting the annual busl- iiss srssiop wns held and reports etc heard from the various otfl- ?rs and committee chairmen, N^w officers were elected. They re president, Mrs. R. M. Pierce; ret vlce-picsldent. Mrs. ntilpli D. Inlon; second vice-president. Mrs. lorrell Denclgn. Jr., recording cfrclary, Mrs. J. Thomas rvfnrkey; orrespondlng secretary, Mrs. L. P. mnsiien; and treasurer, Miss Vcra leV.hui. 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March 3, at the High School Auditorium. The glee club consists, of some 40 voices and the group gave a varied program of eight numbers. The program also Included several Fistula May Often Result hx>m Piles PUKE UOOK^Gives Pacts On Associated Ailments special numbers. Among these v,-ere a piano solo by Lee IJonncU Jones, two vocal solos by Miss Susio Cain and Miss Nadine Downing. Miss sang a duct and the trio was composed of the Misses Betty Ncal Helm, Susan Curinlngham, and Norma Jean •Bennett. Accompanists for the special numbers were Susan Cunningham and Nadine Downing. Miss Ann Sawyer served as accompanist for the glee club. i'crsomili Mis. Guy E. Mlciile, local music Thursday evening. It was hold In tho basement of the Kuslwood Memorial Methodist Church. Mr. nnd Mis. OertrRC Mcrrrtl, II, of llnyll nnd Citrullirrsvlllc arrived home week from a trip to Florida. Mr. ami Mis. Deuu Vlck wcvc guests In the liotne of relatives, Mr. (mil Mrs. Karl Vlck, of. Krmiett, Mo.. Tuesday. 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