The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1953 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 12, 1953
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MONDAY, JAN. 12, 19C3 Western Europe Is Ike's First Great Challenge WASHINGTON lift— The first great challenge to Gen. Eisenhower's presidency Is in his ability to provide both spiritual and practical leadership for Western Europe, Spiritual leadership in the sense of Inducing the ; Europeans to rise above their nnchnt nationalisms and suspicions, and lo achieve some measure of unity for the common good In Ihe fight with communism. > Practical leadership In the sense of gulldlng the arrangements—economic, polilical and •military which will give unity meaning through adequate defense in case of war with Russia or, belter, in discouraging such a war. As late as last spring It seemed Ihe unity and the clefensi might be translated Into reality m the past week hopes for both suffered staggering,blows. Both France and Germany began to backslide. Ssveral years, ago, while dismayed by the uncertainty of Rus slan Intentions, the countries 01 Western Europe realized the ne cesslty of common defense and be Kan moving in that direction through the Atlantic Pact. . What seemed necessary was a new concept: a single army made up of Iroops from the pact partners on the continent, a' kind of merged army, under a single leadership. ' Yet; without Iroops from West Germany as part of this army li would seem like shadow army since West Germany, severed from Eastern Germany by the Russians would be In the direct line of at tack. . But first an Important detail had ip/o be taken cnre of: the big war- lime allies— U.S.. Britain - were .still technically with Germany. Couldn't Re-Arm They couldn't let her re-arm ' France at war only to the extent, of supplying division for the unified European army, without some peace rangements. So they signed with West' Germany's Chancellor Ade nauer what was In effect »' peace treaty. This was done In late May,- just before Elsenhower returned" home from his NATO command to run 'or (lie presidency. And the next day France, Germany, Ilaly, Luxembourg, Belgium and Holland signed an agreement for » unified army. H was not final. The agreement had to bo ratified by the respective Parliaments of (he six iialions which called themselves the European Defense Community. France's Foreign Minister Schuman, ma)n sponsor In his counlrv for European unity, hoped lo get ratification. But he had opposlllon from Frenchmen who shuddered nt Ihe thought of a re-armed Gcr- ntnny. In West Germany Adenauer, too liad opposition from his countrymen. . . Last, week In > reshuffle of the French Cabinet S hum an was out. The critjcs of Ihe unity agreement are talking of changes before any approval can he giyen. The changes could be fatal. ,;• Adenauer, watching what was shaping up in France, yielded to pressure, from his own countrymen and said Ihe Ireaty needed changing or/rather, amendment. A job which seemed nicely on its way to completion when Eisenhower left Europe last spring now needs redoing or overhauling or & new approach. News of Men in the Service Snow, Mercury Fall in Korea SEOUL W)-Scattered snow fell across North Korea and the battle front early today. Temperatures dropped to nine degrees above zero on the Central Front Heavy clouds blanketed much of North Korea. JET MECHANIC — Billy Paul Key, who has completed' (rain- tag Jn Jet engines at Amarillo. Tex., Is to report to P i n e Cns- (le. Fla., after a furlough here with his aunts, Airs. Bill Van Winkle and Mrs. May Key. Edinond D. Drane, seaman, USN, of Blytheville, recently won a new rate while serving aboard the light cruiser USS Manchester with the Pacific fleet. Casualties Identified . Washington (jp t _ The Defense Department today identified 45 Korean War casualties In a new list No. 726 that.reported U dead and 31 wounded. DANCER IN WET FEET- Pansmns ktep a weather eye on the statue of the French fighting man )n the foreground, which slands guard at one of the pillar» of the Pont de L'Alma, over the Seine River. When his feet are vet, U means the Seine is at flood slage. When water reaches his waist, downtown Parl« is flooded. When the itony gutr- dian of th* Seine is submerged much o/ central Parii Jj under waler. The last time thi, happened was in 1910. RITZ THEATRE Manila/Ark. MON.-TUES. "STORY OF . ROBIN HOOD" Richard Todd Joan Rice — PLUS — Wall Disney Feature "WATERBIRDS" WED.-THURS. "THIS WOMAN 15 DANGEROUS" Joan Crawford Dennis Morgan N.O.TIfJE In the Probate Courl of Mlsslsslp- P County, Chlckasawba District. Bljlherille Arkansas, in the Matter of the fisiat* of William I. . Wheat, Jr., deceased Last known address of decedent: Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of death: December 29. 1952 The undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate of the above-named decedent' on the 2nd day of January, 1953. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to .the undersigned within six month from the date of the first publication of this notice or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit In the estate. This notice first published 5th day of January, 1953. • , . . J. B. Fisher, Administrator Route No.'4 . ; Blytheville. Arkansas •James M. Gardner, atty for id mlnistrator. NOTICE In Ihe Probate Court of Mlssl,- slppl County, Arkansas. In the Matter of the Estate .Of w. H. Springer, deceased ' No. 2,103 Last'known address of decedent" Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of death: February 16, 1952. The undersigned .was appointed idministrator rif the estate of the above-named decedent on the JO day of March, 1953. All persons having claims against the estate, must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication t of this notice, or they shull be forever barred »nd precluded from «ny benefit In the estate. This notice first published 2 day of January, 1953. C. C. Springer, Administrator Box 566, BlythevUle. Arkansas Claude F. Cooper, attorney for administrator. 115-12 N E W Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sal. & Sun. Phone 58 S/Sgt. John U Atkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Atkinson of Roseiand. recently 'arrived in the Philippines to serve a tour of duty with the U. S. Air Force. Sgt.- Atkinson, who originally joined the Air Force In 1948 and re -enlisted last October, Is now stationed at Clark Air Force Base, located CO miles north of Manila, and is nssis;iicd to (he 6206th Air Police Squadron. Headquarters, Thirteenth Air Force*. Pvt. Russell Bready, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bready of Blytht- vilie, recently arrived In Korea, where he Is attached to the 31st Infantry Regiment. With the Seventh Infantry Division in Korea is Pfc. Lloyd Gunnels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Brooks 510 East Seventh Street, Caruthers-' ville. Pfc. Gunnels, a rifleman In Headquarters Company, nth Regiment, entered the Army in June. 1951. • Pfc. Hinton T. Gllmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilmcr, nil North Baldwin Street, Kennett, has received orders to return to the U.S. from Korea, where he hns been serving with a unit of the X Corps. Pfc. Gilmer, formerly a truck driver .In the 116th Engineer Combat Battalion, served In Korea one year. --'-"-"•? ..- ••-.; - First Sgt. Joseph A. Fields, son of Hugh fields of Joiner, recently arrived in Korea and Is serving with the Third Infantry Division. Airman 3/c E. K. Johnson, son nf C3. \V. Jonson of Kennetl, recently graduated from the Army's Eta Jlma Specialist Scool In Japan. He completed a seven-week mechanics course at the school. Harlan A. Starr, seaman, USN son of Mrs. Bettye Starr, '610 West' Semmes, Osceol'a. serving aboard the heavy cruiser, USS St. Paul Is participating In the largejt train- Ing exercise held by the Pacific MOX Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Suit 1 .-Of) Always a Double Feature LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature J/V/LD tiftlUON LAST TIMES TONITE "RIDE THE MAN DOWN" Rod Cameron Ella Raines TUESDAY "LAST TRAIN FROM BOMBAY 1 Jon Hall — Christine Larson , WED.-THURS. "WALK EAST ON BEACON" George Murphy Virginia Gilmore Cartoon and Shorts TUBS-WED. 2 FEATURES GARFIELD-NEAL BREAKING POINT Fl*OM WJVFSNFB RROS — PLUS — Also Shorls BUTHlSVfU.S ( ARK.) COUrUKR NEWS English Price Seeking Help From Congress JONRSBORO W)- An English girl who came here last vear Is asking Congress to pass a "succlal b 1 extending her student's visa to allow her to stay with her husband and new baby. A lot has happened: since Sheila Brown arrived in Arkansas on her 1-year n,| t „ n, tle om . „ ye ' ar from her home in Hove Sussex. Eng- She started school nt the University of Arkansas, met and married Norman Farley of Joncsboro, has become a mother, nnd has been ordered to leave the U. S. by Feb. 1. She has turned to Sen. Fulbrlght (D-Ark> for help.. She asked him lo Introduce n bill which would "ive her enough lime .to go to Canada where she has the promise of an appointment for March 1 with the American Consul at Windsor. There she plans to seek a new type re-en- liy penult made necessary under the McCarran Rifo, In Die meantime, dsj's flick by with Feb. i drawing nearer and nearer. Inventor Gets N. G. S. Aword WASHINGTON (/Pj-The National Geographic Society today announced award of its Finnklln L Burr Prize, with 'n check for $2 CM' to Dr, Harold Eugene Edtjerton "venter of ultra high speed flash light equipment. Edgcrlon., professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology developed the stroboscoplc lights' which make It possible to photograph such things as bullets In Might, the pulse of humingblrds' wings and the impact of bat against a baseball. He is 49 and a native of Fremont, Neb. Fleet since World War II During the two-week operation, the vessel.Is attached to,i'2S-ship task force, composed of cruisers destroyers, escorts, submarines and service support ships. Donald H. Smilh. Le.ichvllle Iras been selected for appointment as a second Ileutenalit In tho Re°ular Army, field Artillery, upon enulii- alien from Arkansas state Collcee at the end of this"school year ' He is one of 603 Distinguished Military Students listed by Eecr«- tary of Army Prank Pace. Jr for JUch appointments. The list Includes top students in the Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps at 123 colleges nncl universities in the U S Alaska and Hawaii. ' " PAGE FIVE WiUtNIXG OKOKR Louis W. Collins is hereby warned to appear In the chancery Court Chlckasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas within thirt> dnys. as defendant, to plead and lo answer to the cause of action of Ruby Collins Perkins filed against htm In said court Case No. 12,185. Upon, the failure of said Louis W. Collins so to do, the allegation mid complaint of Huby Collins Perkins against him will be taken as confessed . Witness my hand as clerk o( said court and the seal thereof this 3 day of January, 1953. Gernkline Listen .Citrk By: Cherry Sue Bnnies, O. C Reid & Roy, attorneys for Ruby :ollins Perkins. James M. Gardner .attorney »d item. 115] 12,19,26 Cpl. Jolm w. welch, son of Mr and Mrs. Jessie F. Welch of Osceola, recently graduated from the Second Armored Division Leadership School in Germany, ; -A veteran of more than ten years Army service, Cpl. Welch arrived overseas in July, 1951, ond Is c-rv- mg as mechanic in the 1241h ordnance Battalion. rlow Fistula May Affect JJealth I'REB T300K —'Explains the Penalty of Neglect DISEASES }f * ^ A new, Illuslrnlcrl 40-lKige FREE HOOK explains ilanRcrs of flsfuU anil oilier rectal, colon and associated, ..disorders. I.carii facls. Thornton & Minor Hospital, Suite 1<2. 311 E. MnwDod, Kansas City 9, Mo. War Casualty Ship Salvaged SINGAPORE fAP) _ A salvage company has raised the barnacle and mud-covered hulk of the Japanese ship, Zenya Maru, off Slnsa- pore. The wreck has a large hole In its side big enough to hold three three- ton trucks, O»pt. W. A. Doust. general manager of the salvage firm, said. No records exist as to how it was destroyed during the war. The ship will be broken up here and Its steel used for building construction THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATPE 'Entertainment at its Best" LAST TIMES TONITE "APRIL IN* PARIS" Doris Day and • • Raj' IJolger IS YOUR IN GOOD MONEY HANDS? If is if you're a depositor of the Farmers Bank and Trust Company. For over <IO years the Farmers Bank has been serving Blytheville and Mississippi County depositors. Big accounts . , . smnll accounts, the same attention'is given lo all. Courteous and efficient service . . . service we know you appreciate. If you're not a de- posilor now, come in real soon and rest assured that your money will be in good hands. THE FARMERS BANKS, The Oldesr Bank In Mississippi County "TIMK TRIED _ I'A TESTED" , Each -De Member Federal R«erv. e Hoptlus Teachtrt Exiled HONG KONG <AP)-CommunM authorities In canton have exiled 800 school teachers to hard labor In other provinces because they proved lo be "hopeless cases' in a "mind ;eforin" program, says a re- iwrt from that south China city. Emergency Continues SINGAPORE W}-The Leg|sl«Hv« Council voted recently for the nth lime to continue the stale of emergency here for another three-month period. Erncrgncy powers are necessary for the colony government and police to prosecute the anti-Corn- munlst war more e/fectlvely. SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY TOTAL CASH PRICE 2 TEAR Written Guarantee COMPLETf WITH 9 ATTACHMENTS "A Tool For Every Cleaning Use" Ql u AM Nmr ORDER NOW WRITE FOR 9fft HOME DEMONSTRATION NEXT WEEK vflcuum 1426 UNION AVE. MEMPHIS, TiNN. 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The more you know about tractors, the better you'll realize that here is tha most modern tractor on toda/i market Com. in today . ., look it over/ ' Snow Tractor. Co, 112 No. Franklin IMvont 8951 >.M<

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