The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1950 · Page 14
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November 24, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN GOP Slowdown Spells Trouble for Truman By JACK BELL WASHINGTON, Nov. 24. W—A prospective Republican slowdown spelled trouble today for administration proposals In the Lame Duck Congress beginning Monday, Republican leaders were reported In private agreement that work In the expiring session ought to be held to a minimum. They will have added strength in both houses—and thus a larger voice In decisions— when the new Congress meets In January. The GOP's reluctance to act might contribute difficulties to President Truman's demands for approval of an excess profits tax and for an extension of rent controls In the short session. It could help kill House-approved Hawaii and Alaska statehood bills, on which Mr. Truman has asked action. May Be Questions There may be some questions about details, but Republicans arc expected to go along with a forthcoming presidential request for another big chunk of money to finance the fighting in Korea and to build up military forces. Included in this are likely to be additional funds for atomic developments. ROBBERY (Continued from page 1) caliber "American" revolver. He offered no resistance when arrested, officers said. He fold officers that he was convicted of grand larceny when he was 12 but served no sentence, apparently having been placed on probation. Dark complexioned and black-haired, Carroll was described on sheriff's office, records as 5 feet, 10 Inches tall and weighing 190 pounds. DOKTI to Last $15 The bank robbery was planned and executed, Carroll told officers, because he was "down to his last CIS." He had pawned the spare tire of the car he was driving in the Uicola vicinity, officers said. Of his brief but fast ride from Braggadocio, Judge Speer said he was not particularly frightened. ."When he said for me to come along with him, I just went along. I-didn't argue," Judge Speer said. "On the way to Caruthersville, the young fellow said to me 'It take* nerve to do something like ihi«, doesn't it?' :"I agreed with him." Carroll commented to officers ol) the speed with which he was caught. "When you can get a car that I can outrun radio," Sheriff Claxton quoted Carroll is saying, "then crime might pay." Obituaries Vonvickle Rites Are Conducted Services were held at 10 a.m. yesterday for Finis Paul Vanvlckle of Wilson who died Tuesday night. He was 41. Mr. Vanvickle has farmed at Wilson since 1941. The funeral was held at Nodena Baptist Church with the Rev. R. C. 'Johnson officiating. Burial was In Bassett Cemetery. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Beverly Vanvickle; two daughter.!, Miss Marjorle Lee Vanvickle and Miss Quilla Mae Vanvickle, both of Wilson; a son, Eddie Vnnvicklc ot Wilson; two brothers, Lloyd Van- Vickie of Missouri and Vornon Vanvickle of Wilson; and one sister, Sirs. Betty Foumcr of Earlc, Ark. Hawkins Funeral To Be Conducted Here Final rites for Marvin Lots Hawkins, Blytheville farm operator, will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. today at Cobb Funeral Home Chapel. Mr. Hawkins, 49, died Thursday morning at Walls Hospital. Services wilt lie conducted by the Rev. H. F. Sharp, irlpjstcr of (he Church of Christ, and burial will be in Eimwood Cemetery, Born in Franklin. Tcnn., he Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Uala Shelton Hawkins; five daughters, Mrs. James Thompson, Mrs. William Brode, Mrs. Lcroy Ross, Miss Maurine Hawkins and Miss Peggy Hawkins; his father, R. L. Hawkins- a brother, T. C. Hawkins; and a sister. Mrs. Arthur Penter all of Blytheville. Ohlendorf Elected By Farm Group Harold Ohlendorf of Osceola was elected vice president of the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation Wednesday as the Federation ended its annual meeting In Little Rock. He succeeds Walter D. May, j r . of Marlon who was named a board member. Joe C. Hardin of Orady —Courier News i'holo SCENE OF HOLDUl'-This 1, the Farmers' Bank In Braggadocio Mo., which was robbed of 51,709 Wednesday. Alvie Leonard Carroll, formerly of Maiden, was captured 12 minutes Inter and the money recovered —Courier N'cu-s I'holo GET-AWAY CAR-Above is the bright orange 1050 Plymouth used by Alvie Leonard Carroll Wednesday in his short-lived escape a(t« robbing the Farmers Bank in Brageadocio. Mo., of 51.709. Short on cash before the hold-up. Carroll pawned the spare tire in the Micola vicinity officers laid. NUVi^JilhSfcJK 24, —Courier News Photo AT METHODIST LOYAI/1'Y DIN-NEK-Nearly 600 persons were on hand at the women's Building at Walker Park Wednesday night for the First Methodist Church's Loyalty Dinner. The dinner began the general solicitation drive in Ihc church's effort to finance Us $400,000 sanctuary now under construction Shown above at the speakers' table are (from the left) Mrs. J. W. Adams, Mr. Adams, Mrs. Roy I Bagley ihe Rev. Mr. Bagtcy, B. A. Lynch, general camiiaife'n chairman. Mrs. Lynch, E. M. Regcnold and Mrs' Regcnold Catholic Church Seeking Clothing To Aid Koreans The Immaculate Conception tathollc Church of Blythevllle Is Mrticlpating in an emergency drive for clothing to be sent to Korea for jse by the civilian population there .his winter. The Kcv. Amos Enderlln, pastor ol the church here, said tociay that while the drive was being conduct. :d by the Catholic churches of Arkansas, members of all denomlna- ions were being asked to contribute clothing. The drive began last Sunday and s scheduled to end this corning Sunday. The War Relief Services of he National Catholic Women's Council launched the drive. "In explaining this eleventh-hour emergency appeal, the Rev. Mr. Enderlin said, "War Relief Services stated they only now received an emergency appeal from the unified commiuid of the United Nations Forces in Korea." He said persons having clothing, bedding or blankets to contribute nay bring them to the Catholic Rectory, 115 South Division, or call 2500 to have the articles picked up. Driver Forfeits Bond J. N. Barnes forfeited n 545.25 cash bond in Municipal Court this morning on a charge of driving while under the Influence of liquor. was re-elected president. Mr. Ohlcndorf is a past president of the Mississippi County Farm Bureau. UN (Continued from page 1) haps among oilier delegations. Session Kxpcclcd Tuesday These officials thought Yugoslavia's Dr. Ales Bcbler, November president of the Security Council, would call a session next Tuesday. Red China's premier and foreign minister. Ciiou En-Lai, already has served notice that the delegation will not discuss Gen. Douglas MacArthur's charges that Chinese Communists have intervened In the Korean War. Chou accepted a Council invita- Truck Driver Reports Theft Near Armorel Carl Mitchell of Luxora, truck driver for the Royil Crown Bottling Company ol Jonesboro, reported to the sheriff's office yesterday that he was held up and robbed of approximately *HO by a white man jn a gravel road just off-Highway 18 neir Armorel, Mitchell told officers that the man flagged him as he drove along the road about 3 p.m. yesterday and when he stopped the nun pulled a pistol and took the money. He told officers the man was riding In a car along with another m»n and a woman and that u the car passed his truck, one of the men hailed him. Sherrif William Benyman s»id all roads leading from the scene o« the robbery were blockaded oy Missouri and Arkansas police 'within 10 minutes after the hold-up was reported to have occurred but that no trace of the car has been found. WAR (Continued t» mortara w*r» *U*nt. On the tait eout North Reds put up a wwkentnf adr against South Kor»*n troop*. Th» ROK Capital Division, movtof with naval lupport, wai !«•> than MT*O miles from Chongjtn on IU my u the Soviet Siberian border. tlon, extended Sept, 29, to jend his group here to argue his charges that aggression was committed \yhen President Truman ordered the U.S. Seventh Fleet to protect Formosa. But diplomats expect that tho I Peiping delegation will he called on to talk nbout—privately, If nol In a Council session—n-hat theii government Is up to in Korea. j Rumors circulated in diplomatic circles yesterday that a diplomatic ami military arrangement had been reached at the fighting front by which the Chinese would retire from the Korean battle in return for certain unspecified U.N. concessions. •s I. W. HARPER The Gold Medal Whiskey Bottled in Bond Kentucky Bourbon ...it's always a pleasure too p«cof • KEKiraY smiGHr JOBIJOS wmsm • i. w. Mutt OISTIUIKG (o., touisvitiE, IT. LIGHT GRAY ETON FLANNEL HAR! 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