The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 14, 1950 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 14, 1950
Page 9
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TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 19BO PAGE KINB Obituaries Czech Minister Resigns Post Wholesale Purge May Follow on 'Titoism' Charge PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia, Marcl uh (IP) —Foreign Minister vlado Cle- fintis has resigned. Deputy Premier Villani siroky has been named as his successor. ( The official announcement today gave no reason for the resignation of dementis, « Communist journalist and lawyer who succeeded the late Jan Masaryk as foreign minister In March, 1948. Purge May Kf. Lurking tThe resignation came on the heels of reports that a wholesale purge is imminent in the ranks of the Czech Communist Party on charges of Titoism. It gave rise to speculation that Clementis would he brought to trial on charges that he had not been faithful to the • brand of Communism demanded by Soviet Russia as opposed to the "Independent" Communism of Premier Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia.) Clemenlis was one of the last links between the present Communist government nnd the old exile Czech government which Kd- uaril Benes headed in London dvir- ing the war. dementis Often In Trouble Clementis. a stocky Slovaklan, has been frequently reported as on the outs with other Communist leaders here. Western Informants have said for some time Clementis was regarded as a "westerner" because of his association with the London exile government during the war. These informants said leading members of the ruling Communist ^£up here are Mozcow-trainei^anrl SK suspicious of anyone having a "western taint." Two State Nurses Visiting County Miss Margaret Burt and Miss Ruby Lee. nursing consultants with the Tuberculosis Control Division of the State Health Department, will be in Mississippi County for the next two weeks to assist with generalized nursing supervision for the North and South Mississippi County Hralth Units. The two nurses were in Blytheville today, and It is planned that a schedule will be set up s.wn, dividing the two weeks' period between the tfl'O health units. A study of tuberculosis control work, with instructions for record completion, will be made by the two nurses. Final Services Tomorrow for Mrs. Neblett ~ Funeral rites for Mrs. Lillian S. Neblett, 72, wife of Horace Edward Neblelt, will be conducted at 2 p.m tomorrow at the Cobb Funeral Home chapel by a Christian Science Church reader. Mrs. Neblett, who had lived it Mississippi County much of her life died at her home at 300 Kentucky Street at 8:30 pin. yesterday after a short Illness. She was born Dec 31, 1817 at Munsford, Tciin., and inoved to Luxora in 1903. In 1904 she was married to Horac E. Neblctt. :n 1921 she moved to Tupelo, Miss., nnd four years later returned to Blythevillc where she lived until her "death. Survivors Include her husband and a daughter. Mrs, H. O. Partlow, of Blythevillc; three sisters, Mrs. Lena Nelms and Mrs. Mary Bartman, of Santa Cruz, Calif., and Mrs. Lee Calhoun, of Temple, Tex., and a brother, Lee Young, of Long Beach, Calif. Pallbearers will include Oscar Alexander, Arch Lindscy. Don Haley. Sam Owens, William Berryman and Paul Jobc. Burial will be In Elmwood Cemetery. $5,860 Obtained In Red Cross Campaign in City A lolal of $5,880. 25 lias been col- ccte<| to date In Blytlicville lor hu 1350 Red Class Fund Campaign, co-chairmen K. A. Porter and O. E. Knudscn said today. Almost 55,000 of the total was collected through an Initial girts campaign, and only scattered reports have been received from the general membership solicitation. Reports for the entire Clilcka- sawlra District Chapter show collections to total SS.5D3.75 toward a S15,OW quota. The goal for Dlytlie- ville collections is $9,000. Barney Cockrell, a member of the team composed of himself and C P. Ramri, reported $130.80 collected from the area between Railroad anil Second Streets. Herbert Chllds and j. L. Wcstbrook, chairmen of solicitation between Broadway and Educators Plan Luxora Meeting Forrest Rozcll. publicity director lor the Arkansas Education Association, will speak to Mississippi County school administrators 1 at a dinner meeting In Luxora tomorrow iileht. the meeting. Railroad Streets reported $192. A total of $733.50 has been reported in the outlying districts. Various community chairmen arc conducting the campaign, but J. L. Gunn and L. G. Nash arc co-chairmen for the overall collections in outlying districts. The campaign has been under way, officially, since March 1, bin the initial gilts phase began about one week earlier. Air Reservists To Be Inspected Six Blyth&ville men \vill be among the 1.200 Naval and Marine air reservists from all parts of the Mid- South expected to attend the annual military inspection of resiuve units at the Navy Air Reserve Training Unit In Memphis Mar. 22. Attending the inspection from Blythevllle will be -Prank NT. Lewis. Charles L. Shepherd, Bobby R. Garner., Robert L. Brown, Ernest F. Brown atid Louis L. Anderson. The Inspection will be conducted by Hear Admiral A. K. Doyle, Chief of the Naval Air Reserve Training program, nnd Brig. Gen. William O. Bricc, U. S. Marine Corps, commander of Marine Air Reserve Training. Fallowing the inspection, a party will be given for the reservists in the Naval Air Reserve Club at the training center. Oil Stove Blast Damages House Fire caused by the explosion of iin oil cook stove early this morning resulted in heavy damage at the home ul Wylcy Ralph. 905 South Lilly. Fire Chief Roy Head said Mr. Ralph received a slight leg burn and his hair was singed as he fled from the seven-room house. Onef Head said flames spread rapidly thro'Jgh the four downstairs rooms after the stove exploded about 7.15 a.m. The downstairs room; were heav'ly damaged but the .ups:airs portion of the house suffered mostly smoke and water damage, he said. The house is owned by Oscar Alexander of Blythevillc. Senate Okays !C Increase TANKER House. Besides coverage, "WASHINGTON, Match H, (ATO— The Senate has passed a bill to permit federal Insurance of individual bank accounts up to $10,000. This Ls double the present limit. The legislation now goes to the boosting the Insurance the Senate. - approved measure provides that the insuring i agency, the Federal -Deposit Insurance Corporation, refund to Insured banks about 60 per cent of its assessment tncome after allowing for operating costs and insurance losses. Members ol the Senate. Banking Committee said this would result in a reduction of about 55 per cent in the amount that government insured banks have to pay to guarantee deposits. Continued from rage 1 world last year, with air-to-air refueling by tanker planes stationed along the route.: In war-time the tankers likely would not venture over enemy territory, since they carry no guns. Because of the short combat radius of fighter planes It Is reported that the air force plans. In case of war, to send out its bombers unescorted in bad weather or in darkness. It Is expected also that they would go in small numbers and irregular patterns, Instead of the huge tight formalios used In the last war. one or two out of twenty would" carry atomic bombs; the others ortlio'dox explosives. Radar Sight Is Accurate The air force spokesman said thnt the radar bombsteht with which new bombers are being cn.ulp:u:d is more accurate, through cloud and darkness, than the optical Norden bombslght of World War 11 was In good weather. Nep«ro Us Accused Of Fatal Stabbing Robert Chandler. 41-year-o 1 d Wilson Negro, is being held In the county Jail at osceola today on suspicion of murder In connection with the fntal stabbing last night of another Negro, John Br'umsey. 45, in Wilson. According to Deputy Sheriff Herman odom, who investigated the killing, the stabbing took place in a Negro grocery and cnfe in Wilson. Brumsey was stabbed once In the chest with a pocket knife. The stabbing was said to have been the climax of an argument over a $2 debt. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI., March 14. (/TV-(USDA)—Hogs 13.800; generally 25 to 50 lower than Monday's average; bulk good and choice 18Q-240 Vbs 16.75-17.00; top 17.10 for few loads mostly choice ^MO to 200 Ibs; 250-30 Ibs 15.75- flp.75; 140-170 Ibs 14.25-10.50; mostly 6.25 down; 100-130 Ibs 10.25-13.75; mostly 13.50 down; good and choice sows 400 Ib5 down 14,50-15.25; heavier sows 12.75-14.25; few 12.50; Stags 8.50-II.OO. Cattle 3500; calves 1300; steers In moderate supply; some early deals about steady on medium and good at 25,25-56.50; generally slow and undertone easy; heifers and mixed yearlings active and fully steady; bulls and vealers unchanged; medium and good heifers and mixed yearlings 23.50-25.50; good cows 19.00-21.00; common and medium 17.50-10.00; canners and cutters 14.00-17.00. Education Board Asks Study by Commission LITTLE ROCK, March 14. HP)— The Arkansas Boird of Educatinn has asked Governor McMath to appoint a permanent commission to study the state's public schools. A resolution to this effect war? adopted yesterday by the board, which said a sturiy is needed because of operating problems and the "pressing need for more information." Assault Charge Filed in Shooting TEXARKANA, March H. <AP) — A charge of assault to kill has been filed In connection with an early Sunday shooting here. The charge was lodged against Frank Shuford. 41, nor the wound- Ing of Ralph Nelson, 32, a salesman who is in a serious condition at a hospital. Both mcnilive^ln Texar- Sgt. Arthur E. Smith. 25, of Barksdale Field. la., suid he and Nelson drove two women home from a nUjht spot. Nelson was struck, he said, by the charge from a shotgun thrust into their automobile as they stopped. NEW I5nx Opens Week Hays 1:00 P-nL • Matinee Saturday i Sumlajs Mat.-Sun. 1 p.m Conl. Showint Manila, Ark. Neqro Deaths Services for Clothcl Hunter, 23. will be conducted at 2 p. m. tomorrow at the Tabernacle Baptist Church nt Osceola by Rev. W. H. Lane, pastor, nnd burial will be in Osccola. She died Saturday at the home of her mother, Essie Jones. Her mother, a .sister, and four brothers survive her. Caston Funeral i Home of BlyLheville is in charge. Tuesday 'THAT OLD GANG OF MINE" with (lie Dead Eml Kills Also Shorts NOW , 6" a ; Fifth Wednesday & Thursday "FREE FOR ALL" irilh Ann Hljibc anil Percy Kilbriilc Also Shorts BOTTtlO TH «OND BY YRlOWSTONt, 1KC., IOUISV1UE, XINTUCKY Barrelt Hamilton, Inc., Little Rock RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Times Today Wall Disney's "ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD" (In Technicolor) Warner News & Short Tuesday & Wednesday "DEPUTY MARSHALL" with Jnhn Hay and Frances I.angford News & Short (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS The superintendents and principals will meet at 6:30 p.m. at the Uixora llgh School cafeteria for Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary school supervisor of Bly- thcvillc schools, will discuss tcncUei welfare at tlic- meeting. 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