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MONDAY, MARCH 7, fig Four Meeting 'ossibility Eyed Shift in Top Soviet Posts Pay Bring New Berlin Problem Try _ B.v Eddy Gltmore • MOSCOW, March 7. r/pj—Foreign 1'SfiTers here speculated today pielber the dramatic shift in Sov- foreiBn ministers might bring •)oi;t fiew efforts to arrange a ng of Ihe Big Four Council of lii'eign Ministers. ITicd in wllh this Question was dls- Isslon of whether the appointment I Andrei Y. Vishtnsky as succcs- |r to V. M. Mololuv might lay Die Icmndwork for another try al solv- If; the Berlin problem ' and the Ihole German <iueslion. iMolotov handled Ihe last top- |vel discussions of Ihe Berlin sit- |ition in Moscow last summer, but ishlnsky was present at most of : four-power meetings, "he appointment of Andrei A. Iromyko lo the second spot in the l^relgn Ministry meanwhile was lewed as an Indication no sweeping •lange.ln Soviet policy Is In nros- 1-ct. I Oromyko has been an ontstnnd- lig spokesman for the policies of •lolotov, who, on the basis of offl- lal announcements so tar, contin- !•>« in his all-lmportiml jobs as Irst deputy prime minister and •irmber of the policy-making Pollt- •Liro. I The announcement ol Giomyko's •romotion early yesterday caused no lirprlse at the U. S. Embassy where ••' opinion already had been ex- ssecl that he was a likely candl- nte to step into Vlshinsky's spot. Was UN Delegate j Gromylco. smooth and soft-spoken, las been a vice minister under Mol- I'ov since December, 1946. He scrv- II as Russia's chief delegate to the Inited Nations from 1946 to 1818. 1 Before taking over at the U. N., I'l'omylco was ambassador to the I'nited Stales, Russia's most impor- Imt Maxim Litvinoff dt Wnshing- J Since his return to Moscow last Inly, he has been head of the Imerlcan Section of the Foreign Illnistry. j Taking over Vishinsky's Job is Ikely to mean that the 40-year old •iromyko will be seen frequently at literrmtional conferences and meet- ligs of the United Nations. Sunday newspapers In Moscow arried the announcements of Ihe romotions of Vishtnsky, Gromyko Jnd M. A. Mcnshivkov on their •rent pages—but there was no edi- njl'ial comment. j Vishtnsky, with his customary eii- gy. went about the routine of his ew Job. Saturday night he was |Uh Prime Minister Stalin when ^e. Soviet leader received the pre- lier of the Korean People's Dem- cratic Republic IRussian-dominat- Id North Korea'. The Long Road Home BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Iwo former German soldiers, recently freed from a prisoner of war I camp, plod along a .street in Heide)>,e, B , Germany, on the last | CR o t j hen- jom-ney home. The more fortunate of ,he two , right.!, who survived the war unscathed, carries .he ariifu-ul leg of his buddy, who.se amputated stump has been irritated by ,he Ion* trek. ( AP SVirepholo ) Superstitious Family Ends 'Hex' Put On Wife by Her Dead Soldier Husband 'Miracle Kid' Neighbors call David Dempsey ol vliamt, p)a., "The Miracle Kid" be-; ause the doctors have given him a ! ear to live, and twice before has; •ecovered when his case w ns Kbught homeless. He recovered from ' fform of Leukemia and an auto- viobite accident. This lime hlsj "other says stomach adhesions arc! jlockinj! his blood supply. IAP iVirephoto.' ALTOONA, Pa,, March 7-M-,_ j A re-opened grave—A burned U. S Army uniform- a pinch of suit cast on a corpse. i Those were some or the details' of a story unfolded here yesterday ' i —a story centering arouri a "hexed"" i widow who is reported recoverin" I from a "spell" fast on her bv her i dead soldier husoanri. The story came to light with dh- I closure by Bedford Couutv author- j ilies that they had granted pcrmis- j slon for the re-openiui; of the grave of Pvt. Reuben Rock. 29, who'dicd ] last Jan. 13 of tuberculosis. ! Arthur Dively. father of Rock'.s widow, attractive Mrs. Rosella Rock. ] 22. said that a ceremony performed i at the grnve Feb. 22 (reed his ' daughter of the "spell" that had brought her close to nervous b—ik- Tlie U. S. Army uniform In which Rock had been buried was stripped , from Ills body and burned, Dively said. Salt was sprinkled on Ihe body lo \vnrd off evil spirits. The corpse was then wrapped in n clean while sheet and returned lo Us resling place. After Rock was b->"i-'l J-m IB in Ihe Bulls Creek nfMrict ••?,]• D,c Blair-Bedford County line Dively said, his daughter was i by hed husband's restlc Rosella. who had b—M clcvntr:! to Rock, was unable t • eat or sleep Dively said. Her parents ' - ie convinced Rock had practiced witchcraft by charming Rosella'K picture. Dively said. The picture was found and j destroyed but apparently to no avail. Diveh- said members of the family could sense Rock's soil-it "ripht in the room with us. It knocked' a I the windows and screamed over the top nf the house." The family decided 11 had been a mistake to bury Reuben in the Army uniform he had left to Ros- ella. Since the uniform was destroy-' ed. Dively said, the noises have stopped ami Roselln is returning to health. ~ Underwriters Discuss Plans tor State Meeting Harold Ward, president of the Arkansas Underwriters Association and a rcprr.icntntlve ol Penn Underwriters at I heir monthly meet- me at the Holel NoWc, Friday mcht. Discussion o[ the stale convention to b? held, in ijuie Rock. April 1. was conducted l>y the slate president. <M.- nl the Blytlieville Associ- Bank Bandit Returned to Memphis Jail MUMPHIS, Tcnn, Mnrrh 7. <,)>,-. Federal officers relumed 2B.ycnr- olU John K. Anderson lo Memphis to face dim KCS RiowliiR mil <>| « $13.000 bunk robbery here Keb R. '1'he prisoner was brought lu (hr Shelby Coinily .lull yr.sirrtlny i )y 1 Deputy Marshal Jack l>ee|)le.i' nnil C.uurrt w. F. Heller of Miami, Anderson ivus arrested In Miami with two wumen and 'iO-ynir-old Clyde M. Johnson. Johnson escaped from Ihe D.irie Comity IPIH.> Juil lust Tucsduy morning und is l>eint< souijht by federal iiuthorliie-.-, OHIcers Imve issued n warraul for as-ycnr-old Billie F'nincrs (,;la/e. who Is wanted In connection witli Johnson's csi'ape. The two women aire.sled with An- drrsou and Johnson will alsn !«• ,<-turned to Memphis, but officers have made' no annoimc'emonl us to whi-n they will be moved. They Hie Mrs. Vlann Anderson. 28, »nd Mis Mubel Bliwiljcth Sn'ogclns, 27. Anderson iu>s returned 'to Memphis in I'hinn.i, The officers stid they stinted their trip Snlnrdiiy movnlng nt 2 o'clock. They followed n roundabout route us a iuei-junlon URainsl iiossiWe atlempt by confederates to rescue the prisoner. Firemen Battle Three Fires in Strong Wind But Damage is Slight Even Ihouah the past wrek-eml was one of the windiest hi niyllie- ville for the past several months two of the three fires caused lit UP or no damacc and the third nrr only slight diitnngr. At 2 p.m. Saturday the niylhe- ville Fire Department was called to the end of South Luke Street hi ihe 1200 block, where a grass 'fire was soon brought under control An- ot'.er B rnss fire on North Droadwav which threatened RIIS tanks aroum] ihe Blylhovlllc Gin. was cause for the second nlnrin over the weekend. This fire occurred about 9'M a.m. Sunday. Severn! shingles were burned from the residence of O. w. Coward owned by Charles Alford at 200 South Lake at 10:311 yeslerdnv mornhiE. The roof Igolleri from a chimney. There- was no dnma.'e done lo the Inlcrlor of the house. Aclfd Ton [.ale nocilESTER. N, H. (U.PI--A1- /red Carter,68, dropped into » hns- pilal for a routine physical checkup. Five minutes later he was dead of a heart attack. And No Wonder h , Tins Is Mj«s Mi.,,,,1 Hrach. n |j al Michacle Dees. Michaelr. '22 niul tormcrly tioin I'hiliidelphij, won Hie title and trophy In > bc.'inly contest al Die Florida resort. She's a dental teclinli-inn. - Tiolfs Witli Broken I.r« FORT WORTH, Tex. .UP) _ A broken right lei- didn't stop T, J. Sims from makinc the soil rounds He toured the course In a Illtle rod svogon, pulled by the caddy. nimn. other than Mr. Ward, inciml- j «l E. S. Johnson ol Blythcvillc. an-l C. E. Hill ol Osceola. C. C. Cop.art ol Blytlieville was Inducted as a new member. The Friendly Yard lias , Roofing E- C. Robinson Lumber RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEtKLY Ot MONTHLY ON AUTO FRH Monday & Tuesday rMHHY KAYE, VIRGINIA * MAYO Phone 578 Sullivan - Nelson CHEVROLET CO. 301 West Walnut PROFIT THEATER teACHVILLE, APJKANSAS PAINTING BODY wi HAVI NIW riNomj AND »ADMTO» CHILLIS. SCAT COV US— AND IVCIIYTKINS FO« MAKING rOU* CAt LOOK MfW THEATRE LUXORA PRIDE OF 1HI COMMUNITY Dial I.atil Time Tmluy CORONER CREEK" (IN CINKCOl.OH) K«ndnl|lh Sr.HI Al»reurrl(« Cluiiimiill U';tnirr ,\>\fs and Serial: Tuesday Only "JUNGLE GODDESS' <!vnri;e Itruvrft \ViMiila McKay Snlal: C.hsplrr S nt "IIIUfCK (iKNTUV RED HOT PRICES On Guarantied . USED CARS I'lymmilli l-doov Si-<liin .'. . $S31.78. ChiMTolcl I'/,-Toil Truck . . ..$575.00. I'lvimuilli -i-door . . . $1U'J!),21, Nnsli Ainliiissiiiliir l-door . , . $li97.1(). I'l.vfiunilli Coach . . . $7l>2.i;t. I'onl I 'i-Tim Slalic Truck . . . $10:1.77. Nasli "lidd" .(-dmu, jrix-un . . . $I1!)5.U7. I'lymoulh 1-iluuT . . , $2!)5. Kurd Oni|io, ,S5 II.I'. . . . 51 Sir.. C'lH'vnilol SUndnrd 2-ilnor . . , $225. SHELTON MOTOR CO. 215 South Second Phone 4439 NEW Manila, Ark. Slums KVKKV NUJ1IT Bin O|wn» Week )>»;» 7:00 p.m Mjllnre Saturday Si Sunrilf Sal,-Sun. 1 p.m. Onl, Nliow l.asl Tinte Todiiy "NORTHWEST STAMPEDE" nirK t.'rtilg Short* Tuesday "LOVE OF MARY' with mm Mnrhli, •» nrt Kdninivd (t'Bflrn MM, Short UNIFORM Headquarters • Baseball • Softball (ict Our 1'rires TAXI and TRUCK DRIVES UNIFORMS All Colors - (iiil>nnlinc $12.95 HUDSON C'lcaner-Clothior-Tailor Service — That's Our Motto! Wo spars no ofinrl. In providing :ui HX'l'RA ovcryriny prescription scvylcc, which menus extra cor\- vunicncc to you. Keel free to c«U "n ns nl nny iit n( .. p r o mp t ^ e . livery service. Phone 607. WOODS DRUG STORI — KinTlfT T0 MY FRIENDS B| «^V I IV-C AND CUSTOMERS—. Call 510 or a« me In Ingrum liiillillni Grnunrt Fluor, »u Cllj l)ru, 8t nr «, S'i .lei,. ,,fl Main »t United ln.ur.nc. FRANK D. UNDERWOOD First Run In BIythevilfe! Monday & Tuesday BLYTHEVILLtS ONLv" TH E AT D By Reading tlie C falsified Ad» Every Day I PROFIT By Advertising In The Classified Columns When You Want To Buy or Sell ADS PLACED BEFORE 9 A.M. WILL APPEAR SAME DAY AJJ Classified Advertising Payable in Advance Phone 4461 Blyfhevllle Courier News Last Time Today "THE OUTLAW" «l(h ,fan» RuMrll Waller Huslun, untl Tnm .Wlclicll FIJI iMorfcloiiF .\ciis A Slmrl Tuesday Only (DOUBLE KEATIIHK) "THE ANGRY GOD" wllh Alicia Tarla "net Caslmlro Orlrc^ 'WAY OUT WEST" with taurc! find Hnrilr Short Suhjccl anrl Hollywood Screen Trsl N BLVTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Show Starll Wcckdaj» 6:45 p.m Have IM rrnrw you;- fool.»-cm- wllli our line InvlMlilo halt jo|, s . The hermettciylly scHlcd sole Joint will kccii oul moisture, foreign inalter, There will he no sh'nnk strain lo dlslnri. the slme and 1'iuise dl«coin(ort. No imlls or stitches. Tin; shoes are truly renewed for long siUbfa'c-tory wear hcru. - H-flLTCRS QUHLITY SHOC SHOP .121 W M a 1 N ST. I mul ,?-l>ay Scrvlre on Any Malm or Mndel Reliable Workmanship Phone 2642 We Oil! For find Deliver Fred Callihan Elc-clricii) Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Sales Service 10(1 So, 1st. St. ! YOUR PONTIAC-DEALER Sales-Service-P|irts • , Goodwill Used Cars SMITH PONTIAC CO. '-'(• SO TH I.ILIA * 1'HOM t^-i Bf.YTHLVILLL- ARKANSAS i Soy /».... With Flowers The Flower Shop Glcntuc ilofcl or 27-17 Monday and Tuesday "ROAD TO RIO" wllh Bint Croshy, Boh Hope, and l>orolhy Lamonr Also Short, Carlonil, and l,a(e News D.P.L. NO. 15 COTTONSEED DELINTED, TREATED and SACKED Slate Ccrlificii 8. r ) r > Gormiiialion — I Vr. Kami Station A TON OR A CARLOAD Also Good ALFALFA HAY For Sale MAGERS & GILL Ddl, Ark. Phone 2272