The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 31, 1951 · Page 5
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Moses Admits Desire To Become Governor, But Is Silent on '52 FORREST CITY, Ark,, Aug. 31. If I —C. Hamilton Moses wants to be governor of Arkansas. The ' president of the Arkansas Power and Light Co., said so last night at a dinner in hie honor at the first Eastern Arkansas Industrial Expansion Exposition here. But the utility executive refused to say whether he. planned to run for the office. "All of my life I've wanted to be governor, but I doubted whether the state would every give me that high honor," said Moses. "I have thought, though, that I should have been thinking what I could do for the people rather than what they might do for me " Governor McMath, who is expected to seek a third term, was -sitting only a few feet from Moses during his talk. Moses 1 short address followed speech by Prank Ahlgreh, editor of the Memphis Commercial Appeal. A highlight ef the exposition — which sponsors hope will become an annual affair—was dedication of the 'new 515,000,000 Hamilton Moses Power Plant of A.P.&L. Ben H. Woolen, Dallas banker and former Arkansan, spoke at the dedication ceremonies. Blonde Crowned Queen Sharis Smith, a 20-year-old blue- eyed blonde, was crowned Miss Kilowatt. Miss Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith of Wynne, Ark. defeated 28 others In a beaqty contest. A student at William Wood college. Pulton, Mo., Miss Smith won an expenses paid trip to New York Washington and Cleveland and other prizes. You Con See tfie Sun Partially Eclipsed at 4:21 a.m. Tomorrow FLAN OPEN HOUSE—Shown making plans for the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company Open House here Sept. 20-22 are (left to right) Louis Stafford, wire chief; Mrs. Virginia Davis, chief operator; Kelso Brooks manager of the Blytheville office; Mrs. Helen Jurtd, evening chief i operator; and w. W. Mitchell, plant foreman. (Sec story on Page 1.) ' Juord Marches )ut in Search For 'Recluse' LAMAR, Cglo., Aug. 31. (If)— The attonal Guard marched out and he National Guard 'marched in nd everything was about the same iday In an uproar over a myster- ius barefoot and bearded man. Sheriff John Hodson' told Gov. ian Thornton yesterday that he idnt have (he manpower to search or an elusive figure accused of Tightening people around here. The governor okayed the use of le Lamar guardsmen and out they •ent yesterday with sheriff's offl- ers and others. The posse, 50 or so trong, returned home footsore and mpty handed last night. The sheriff said he'd been told he man frightened women anc hildreti, prowled back roads and apparently lived along the Arkanas River bottoms. European Reds to Be Marked Men In Korea, UN Combat Officer Says NEW YORK. Aug. 31. (AP>— * Early risers "tomorrow will see a partial eclipse of the sun. The phenomena .will be visible on all of the eastern seaboard and west of the Mississippi River to a line approximately between Galveston, Tex., and Bismarck, N.D. The sun will rise here partly eclipsed at 4:21 a.m. (Blytheville time). The shadow will deepen until 5:01 a.m. when about 81 per cent of the sun's surface will be blotted out. The shadow then will start to fade, disappearing at G:10 a.m. The last eclipse visible in ihe VS. was April 7, 1940. The next is scheduled for May 30. 1984. If you're going to take a look tomorrow, here are four "don'ts" listed for sun-gazers by the better vision institute: Don't peep through your fingers; don't look through a pinhole in a card; don't trust sunglasses or even a welder's goggle's. To view the eclipse safely, the Institute says, look through an over-exposed photographic film or a piece of glass smoked by candle flame. Even then, don't stare at the sun continuously for a long time. Sowefs to Live Expensive Life At Treaty Talk SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 31. (fl'J- The Russian delegation will live a millionaire's life in a palatial $1,600.000 suburban estate during the Japanese peace Treaty conference the Reds rented .it yesterday— lor us long a s three weeks. That lifted eyebrows The conference opens Tuesday. The American plan is to end it Saturday. The Russians are reported bent on ft protracted and controversial session. Whatever the durniion, the Russians will live in the grand manner on the 12-acre estate while all other delegations are looking out hotel windows. The estate, uplands, has mammoth colonnades, descending terraces, lily ponds, interior walls of marble and imported chestnut woodwork, and a 5250,000 ludor gothic library. Egypt Hails Soviet Interest .in Suez ALEXANDRIA, Egypt?" Aug. 31. (IP) —Egypt's Foreign Minister Mohamed Salah E\ Din Pasha has haUed^.RuSjBl&'s judden interest' in- the Suez Canal as a "turning point toward the path of right and justice and real stability in the Middle East." : He tola ft news conference last night that a veto threat by the Soviet Union in the United Nations Security Council against a UJS.-Brltlsh-French resolution calling on Egypt to lift shipping restrictions In the Suez was "a happy surprise." No Cadet to Be Returned To Duty, Official Says WEST POINT. N.Y., Aug. 31. {«>) —The U.S. Military Academy heat says no cadet dismissed In the Beating scandal will be restored to duty: Maj. Oen. Frederick A. Irring West Point superintendent, iwuet a statement yesterday saying cadet •' found guilty and separatee has been .restored to duty, an< there is no'-intention of doing so." Irving's assertion followed ai earlier statement by Attorney Rob ert Daru, who told a bar inquir that seven of the accused -cadeU had been "restored to duty." battle line and Pyongyang, the Red f European Communists show up n the Red battle line in an inter- ationnl brigade, an Allied combat fficer said today, "they'll be mark- d men." There If there is such a force, and they line officer said, "I feel kind of sor- have been persistent Tlie Chinese and North' Koreans inconfirtned reports that the Reds are tough fighters. But a lot of our lave recruited several thousand Europeans for such a brigade. boys figure they're just stooges for the Russians. "But these other guys are com- These troops are reported to liave moved Into North ing out here with their eyes They'll be marked men. believe me. YQUR FRIENDLY THEATRE SUNDAY & MONDAY A Fwimat rietin mies out where the shooting Is go ing on, you can bet your botton dollar our boys will make an extr effort." Not Canal's Owners The British government does no own the Suez Canal. It is ovraei ty an international corporation i: which the British government own stock and maintains official repre entatives. Liberal Arts The three liberal arts—gramma: ogic, and rhetoric—classified 1 nedieval schools as the lower grou }f the liberal irts, were known he trivium. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Nehru Says Asia May Seek Another Jap Peace Pact NEW DELHI. India. Aug. 31. W —Prime Minister Nehru told par lament today the Asian countrie nay hold a Japanese peace confer cnce of their own after the Am erican-sponsored conference In San Francisco ends. Nehru said earlier this week tha India, which is boycotting the Sa Francisco meeting, .voula si«n separate. Individual pact with Jap COTTON BOLL on North Hiway 61 Phone 3570 Friday & Saturday "WEST OF PECOS" Robert Mitchum Cartoon & Serial Sat. Owl Show HE'S MY GUY' Joan Davis Mon.-Tues.-Wed. BIG CARNIVAL" Kirk Douglas Jon Sterling Warner News & Shorts ENDS TONITE Red Skelton in 'EXCUSE MY DUST' Plus 2 Cartoons Russians See Nation from Oilman Cars SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 31. IJPt— 39-man Russian delegation saw nerica from Pullman car windows day as envoys from four dozen ations headed for San Francisco nd next week's Japanese Peace teaty conference. New Zealand and Australian del- ,ates were already here. They are 1 sign a mutual defense pact with le U. s. at tne Presidio of San ranclsco, historic Army post, to- orrow. They will be housed In a palatial mnslon In suburban Hlllsborough. tost delegations are arriving by ane and staying in downtown otels. Secretary of State Dean Acheson nd the united states delegation re to arrive at 5:55 p.m. (7:55 .m., EST) today aboard a. chartered United arliner. Reds to Launch Propaganda Blow TOKYO, Aug. 31. (/Pi—Peiplnf ladio today said a big Chines* Communist propaganda effort will be made Monday with this tripl* objective: 1. "To campaign against the un- latcrnl American peace treaty for Japan." 2. "Against Japanese rearmament." 3. "Against American invasion of Korean and Formosa." The broadcast said the dat« waj chosen because It was the "sixth anniversary" of Japan's surrender. Japan, however, signed the surrender Sept. 2, The Communists, ordered all newspapers throughout the country to Join in the propaganda day. He said today that India, in- onesla and Burma have considered ailing a separate Asian parley, but decided lo postpone discussion of he project until after the San r ranctsco conference ends. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. 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