The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1951 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 8, 1951
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PAGE BIGHT BLYTHEVII.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1951 Auto Makers Line Up Higher Prices lor Cars Booct* to Run From $65 to $250 Effective in W«*k DBTBOIT, Sept. 8. W) — Higher price tags for most lines of the na tton'i n«w passenger cars w*re being figured out today. Some of the boosts, expected to run from about $65 on the lowest priced cars to as much as $250 on higher priced models, probably will b< effective by the end of next week. Authorization to make the in- ereaae under a complicated formula that would raise prices an estimated five to six per cent was given tiie Industry yesterday by the Of- ftc« of Price Stabilization. By the time retail dealers are allowed to apply their profit margins ranging from 15 to 30 per cent. It It estimated that the total boosl might go «s high as eight per cent over curwnt list prices. Further price Increases also are possible, the OPS order indicated. Obituaries Mrs. Rillo Spain Dies at Home; Services Monday »*rvk«« for Mr«. RUla Spain, who died at 7 ».m. today at her home *t tt« West Kentucky after a brief ItbiM, will be conducted at II l.'m. Monday in Cobb Funeral Hcm« Chaprt by the Rev. Boy I. Bagley p«»or oC tht First Methodls Church. Burial wW be In Elmwrjod Cem tterr. Mrs. Spain WM 10. Sh« wu born In Hlytherllte am mlded here all her life. Survivort Include Iff Hill of Bly thevilto and one grandson. Pallbeareri will be Ed Jones, F T. Hder, Rube Bevlll, M. E. Cook Cecil Lowe and Louis Lendennle Ntftru Gains Parly Control MBW DHJtr, India, Sept. 8. (/PI— Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehr won >t least temporary control lias governing congress Party tod a fei his showdown battle with n •Igned President Purshottamad Tandoo. •A conference ol the all-Indi Conges* committee elected hi: party president to replace Tandoi leader of the conservative faction Oily four of the 300 member present voted against Nehru. REATY (Continued from Pag* 1> f posci with Japan will leave her till in a elate of war with that ountry and her future relations ith Japan in turmoil. Mission Represents Ruui* At present Russia is represented i Japan by » mission which re- Ides In the old Czarlst Russian mbassy In Tnkyo. Asked if he saw the seed* of a war between UJS. and Russia, Gro- lyko replied, "I have already angered that question." Urllish officials sold that Foreign Minister Herbert Morrison, who ar- Ived last night, might speak briefs' when he signs the pact. No olh- talks were due, however, as na- ions beginning with Argentina nd ending with Vietnam advanced n alphabetical order to commit hemselves to the pact. The day is to bring the signing of a security treaty between the United States and Japan under which American troops will remain Miss America's Big Moment Set Winner of Atlantic City Beauty Pageant To Be Named Tonight ATLANTIC CITY, N. J,, Sept, 8, P>—The spotlight In this seaside resort swing*) to beauty $nd glamor tonight (or the crowning of Miss America. Tt is ihe final curtain In the pageant which . started with 51 aspiring pretties. By nightfall only ton will have a chance at the title with iU prized scholarship and money-making possibilities. The b!g moment is set for 11:30 p.m. (EST) when the 1952 Miss America is to be named. By noon 15 contestant.'! will have been selected as .scholarship winners, The ten receiving the highest number of votes will appear in the Dr. Jones Resigns U. of A. Job To Head Rutgers College (N. J.) Confeffants For Talent Contest OSCBOLA, Sept. 8—The fifth weett? Amateur Talent Roundup preliminary to b* held in the Osceola Community House tonight will featurt Diane Martin of Osceola, vocalist; Karen Y«ung of Osceola, who will give a reading; Bobble Lou Nallllng oC Onceola, singer; Mae Beryl Bevlll of Burdette, pianist; Troy Vaughn Killbourn of Keuer, vocalist; Peggy Cannon of Osceola, who gives animal Imitations; and Jo Nan Nelson of Osceola, vocalist. Lait week's first and second place winners. Sonny Ashby of Lepanto and Ronnie Wagster of Cooler, also will appear. Japan after peace becomes effec Ive. 43 Are to Sign Forty-nine nations, including Japan, gave conference Secretary Warren Kelcliner notice by last light that they would sign the peace pact. Of the 52 here, that leU mly Russia, Poland and Czechoslovakia. Technically they could still show up. but none of the other delegations thought there waa the east chance they would do so. Grotnyko's final reversal in de- it* came during a hectic night session In which he was hopelessly out-maneuvered by other delegations and ihe rulings of Secretnry of State Dean Achcson as presiding officer. Premier Shigeru Yo-shlda of Japan, In his only speech to the conference, had expressed his government's assent to the treaty, yet declared its "pain and anxiety" over the loss of territory which the pact will confirm. He asked lor return lo Japanese control of the Byukyu and Benin Island.?, held by the United States anil South Sakhalin and the Kurlle Islands, held by Russia. Tie refuted Russia's charges thai It Is a "war" treaty,. He availed Soviet communism, saying the threat of aggression would make II necessary for American troops to remain In Japan "temporarily" alter the occupation. Yoshitta, speaking In Japanese read from a scroll which he unrolled across the lectern as he proceeded. When lie finished Acheson announced that all schedulec speeches had been concluded am the conference had to decide wha 1 next to do. Ceylong moved, and Cuba, second ed r that additional half-hour talk: be permitted until 11 p.m. (1 a.m EST) when all business except to: the signing ceremony would be con sldered finished. OromyXo was on his feet fast. Hi wanted to know what had happen ed to Russia's amendments which he had circulated Wednesday Among other changes they wot have prohibited American troops Japan after the occupation a would have drastically limited Jap-: ancse forces. | Achcson said that when Gromyko spoke Wednesday he had not Introduced the amendments but merely a statement of them. He quoted Gromyko's own words Lo that effect. The Russian said the amendments were before the conference. Achcson replied .sharply thnt what he said was, "not In accord with the record." Achcson ruled Gromyko out of order. The Russian nra tested. Acheson then went through a long explanation of why he considered Gromyko out of order and inquired Icily "Do I make myself clear, Mr. Gromyko." finals tonight. The other five will jeceive $1,000 scholarships. There are threp divisions En the ontest. Eaeli girl takes part In talent contest and appears once i an evening gown and once in bathing suit. The only double winner in the nnouuced divisions is Lu Long Ogburn of SrnUhfield, N. C., also he home (.own of movie star Ava Gardner. Miss North Carolina won he bathing suit competition of the iageant Wednesday and last night got, the vote of the Judges In the nlent section with a piano rcndl- ion of "Malaguenfl." 'Hie bright-eyed Miss North Car>Iina is five feet, eight and thrce- [uarlcr inches tnll, weighs 134 >ounds. She has a 26 inch waist, 36 inch bust and 37 Inch hips, Miss Arkansas was last night's preliminary winner In the bathing suit section. She is 18-year-old tarlottc Rosalie Sim men of LEltlc Rock. And she says the bathing FAYETTEVILLfi, Ark-, Sept. 8.! >—The president of the University of Arkansas and a member of the board of trustees have resigned, Dr, Lewis Webster Jones, who has headed the university since 1947, yesterday accepted the presidency of Rutgers University of New Jersey, one of the nation's oldest schools, Herbert L. Thomas of Fayette- vllle, a member of the board alnce 1945, quit without saying why. His term would have expired In 1955. Both resignations were announced yesterday although Thomas' was dated Sept. 4. He had sent It to Governor McMalh and It wasn't opened until yesterday. Jones' resignation was simultaneous with an announcement by the Rutgers board of trustees that he was appointed to the $20,000 a year post. The 51-year-old educator will replace Dr, Robert C. Clothier, head of the New Brunswick, N. J., school since J932. Dr. Clothier announced his retirement last January but agreed to stay on u t the school until his successor was named, A soft-spoken but sharp-eyed ad r; Dr. I,. W. Jone« nilnisLrator, Jones said he wants to take over his new duties as soon a possible. The fall term .at Rutger established in 1766 by King Georgi III—begins Sept. 17. White Man's Firewater Helps Indians Give Two 'Bums Rush' suit Isn't for contests, favorite sport Is swimming. Ucr WRECKS BLAND1NG, Utah. Sept. 8. fAP) ~A three-day Indian ]x>w-wow ended last night and the participants jeacefully broke camp after causing in uproar by giving the bum's rush two white police officers. A .small army of peace officers converged on the Indian camp at 3luff, 27 miles south of here, ycs- ;erdny after'both cilifccns and the two ousted officers called for help. Some 300 Indians, Utes and Nava- Negro Deaths Korean Medal Awarded To Caruf/iersrif/e Officer CARUTHERSVILLE, Sept. 8 — The Korean presidential Commendation Ribbon has been awarded to Lt. Col. Pet* W. Scott of Cnr- uthersville for service to the Republic ol Korea army during the early part of the war there. Col. Scott ha s been senior United Continued from Png& 1 could not be termed "critical as yet." A further examination was to be made this morning. Mrs. McHurdy said she and her husband were on vacation am were en route to Philadelphia, Miss. t visit her mother on their vacation. "A-s I was asleep, I don't know what happened," she said. Trooper Barker said the McHur dy car traveled 108 feet from its twin impact with the truck nn< bridge railing before it left thi highway and smacked into the tele phone pole. The car was demolish ed and narrowly missed rolling into a 25 foot tlitch which lies on either side of a culvert fill.. The truck which carried the name "(Vuleie Harris" on the lell door, al^o left the highway and rolled into a ditch 323 feet from the point of impact,,;, t "Collision at KeLser A Bcone Cleaner's delivery truck and a car driven by Andy PrHchetL of Dell were slightly damaged hi a minor traffic accident on a gravel road near Kelscr last night. According to Billy Baone, operator oMhe cleaning firm, Prilehctt's car struck the truck, which was parked on the roadside, on the left front fender. Neither PrltcUett or Carl Ivy, driver ot the truck wfts injured. States military advisor to the ROK army chief of personnel and administration since six months before fighting broke out In Korea. lie and other members of the Korean Military Advisory Group were the first Americans to fight in the wnr. The American Bronze Star ami the Legion of Merit, both won for the second time, hnve been awarded the colonel for his service In Korea. Missouri Parks Dies; Rites to Be Tomorrow Services for Missouri Parks, 59, who died Friday at her home West Rase Street, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Enoch Chapel Methodist Church by Rev. W L. Bociiy. Burial will be in Mt. Zlon Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, Rllcy Parks, four sons and one daughter. C as ton Funeral Home is In charge. • * • Chester Thompson Dies; Services Tomorrow Rites for Cheater Thompson, 51 who dle(t at his home on West Rose Street Thursday, will be conductec at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Caslon Funeral Home Chapel by Rev W. H. Wade. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery. Survivors include his mother Ella Thompson of Mineral Wells Miss., nnd two sisters. | Roosevelt Davis Rites To Be Held Tomorrow Service. 1 ! for Roosevelt Davis, -14, who died Monday at his home on South Highway 61, will be conducted at 2 p.m- tomorrow at the First Baptist Church in Dell by Rev. De- Wight Washington, pnslor. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery. He is survived by his wife. Lottie Mae Davis, two sons, two daughters, two sUters and a brother. Caston Funeral Home is In charge. until uiothtr pollc«mui uld: It's *k*y, U»*'» Br*d Cr*wl«rd • mother." But Mom alw*y« M«DM to htve h« last word with me. Wh«n I ecelved an Academy Award for All the King's Men," I tried to all her with the good news. No hone was available to I rushed Lome to t*ll her. When 1 got there she waved me o silence when I started to bubble ver with what I considered great news. "I know, I know," she squelched me, "Moss Hart called me from New York to tell m«. AH I've got to say," ihe added, "Js that one more pic- ure like that and they'll ask you to return th« Oscar." • • » Skip the rumor that Sharman Douglas followed Peter Lawford to Condon in order to'rekindie the old flame. They've been on non-speaking terms for months. • » • Tyrone Power's still chuckling. A midden clause In his Fox contract made it possible lor him to collect every dime of salary held out by the studio during his suspension for refusing to do "Lydta Bailey." los from Arizona, Utah and New Mexico, had gathered Wcdnesda for their traditional "Squaw Dance which some said is held just as pla! celebration for practically any rea son. All went well until yesterday morning. Then Father H. B. Leibler of St. Christopher's Mission asked Highway Patrolman Merlin Brown of Moab to investigate. He said some of the Indians were drinking. Brown and San Juan County Sheriff T. R. Harvey of Monticello arrived at Bluff and started to collar two Indians who allegedly had been selling wine. The officers quickly were given to understand they weren't wanted. The majority of the blame was placed on the wine, reportedly cut with grain alcohol, neither of which can be sold, legally, to Indians. EDSON Continued from Pag« 4 wrong," the red-faced diplomat hastened to explain, "even if they had them." Dollars No Help to Dollar Making big political camalgn contributions doesn't always pay off- Take the case ol R. Stanley Dollar. west coast shipping magnate. He gave $2000 to the Democratic National Committee in 1950. But that didn't help him a bit in trying to recover control of Dollar Line stock neld by U. S. Maritime Commission. President Truman, who never lets a political pal down, personally ordered Secretary of Commerce Charles Sawyer not to turn over stock. in spite of a court decision in favor of the shipping line. Incidentally, Mr. Dollar also gave $500 to United Republican Finance Ctmmittee. Cheaper Anns Abroad Marshall Plan Administrator William C. Foster believes western Europe's industrial production can be built up for gr*at trnu production effort, with juct llttto more coordination and help. Britain can build jit engines if necessary .raw materials tire made available. Holland can build air frames. And Belgium lias facilities for assembly If given a little more know-how. Costs can be greatly reduced. A bazooka that costs $75 in the UJ3. can be made for $15 in Prance. It U. 8, docs not take advantage of these resources, Mr, Foster told House Foreign Affairs Committee, it might be necessary to mobilize 12 to 13 million men in this country and spend 35 to 40 per cent of its economy on defense, instead of the present 20 per cent. Only Joking Sen. Bob Kerr of Oklahoma has now found it advisable to label his jokes. Uke nearly all other members of Congress, he maili out a weekly letter, or column, or radio platter (o his home state. A recent release contained this gem: "When I get a flattering letter from a constituent, I want "to believe it. When I get a critical one, I try to discount It a little. But I don't know what to do about one like this (an anonymous penny post card): " -Just read that you stated in your weekly newsletter to the voters back home, "I have always been afraid to look for a soft spot for fear I would find it—under my own hat." Your first truthful statement in many a week. How well you know yourself.* " To this comment. Senator Kerr atlded the following postscript'. "P. S. My original comment was supposed to be a joke. I sure hope nobody else takes it seriously." Tourists Are Busy If you want to know who's important around Washington. 4sk the tourists. They still do the usual 11-II El* Playgrounds for the Kiddie* Free Kiddie Gar Ridei Kids Under 12 FREB with Parents Shop Starts 7:15 p.m. Phn«« 4732 No Mosquitoes-^-No Bug* Our Anniversary Will Be Soon '• — You'll Be invited! Saturday ~' YMttCAIUND ITS OCCUPANTS ' WIUMADMTITfl K* ONE- BUCK! (A oou-u TO v-AU-...} A REAL ftAMjAW!.. A GREAT SAVINGS)! Double Feature REX sight-seeing. They climb the Washington monument, visit Lincoln and Jefferson memorials, gawk at the scaffolded White House and Blair House, go to Mount Vernon and the tomb of the- unknown soldier, and take in the Capitol. There they look down on rows ol empty seats when Congress is in session, and go away mad because more of the lawmakers aren't work- Then comes the S64 question: "Where does Arthur Godfrey live?" Marine Corps Recruiter To Be Here Monday A Marine recruiter will visit Bly- thcvlllc on Monday, Sept. 10 to Interview men and women who are interested in serving with the U.S. Marine Corps. Tech. Set. Herbert O. McBride, who is stationed in Jonesboro. will moke his headquarters in City Hall here. He can be contacted between 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Sept. 10. lYOUR FRIENDLY SUNDAY & MONDAY Colo' /COW* ROGERS 1^ PRO! BROS. CIRCUS PROUDLY PRESENTS W ** CAPT. JACK ROGERS Hollywood Commend from Page 4 grandmother, looking n trifle sour. "Son," she replied to my question, "you got a pretty good voice. Better get into radio." "That's Brod's Mother" Later in Hollywood my mother, \vho made such H mark for herself that producers still ask agents for a "Helen Broderlck," tried to drive into a studio nnd was refused entry RENT A CAMERA COTTON BOLL THE WORLDS BEST TRAINED WILD ANIMAL ACT * * A Sponsored hv the Blylheville .Ir. Chamber of Commerce THURSDAY, SEPT, 13 Blytheville Fairgrounds 37-FEATURE ACTS-37 TUB ROGERKTTKS Aerial Ballet .Mexico Cily and his head PAUMNE PENNY. High Wire Sensational Artist FELIX MORAI.1S, from slide for life. Shirley Temple, the world's largest performing Elephant — Lions — Royal Bengal Tigers — Monkeys — Apes — Baboons — Dogs — Ponies —Clowns Galore — Peanuts — Popcorn — Circus Band — Calliope. Afternoon & Nite—One Day Only THURSDAY IS CIRCUS DAY! Movie Can* Flash Cam< Box Camera RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. 2 Color Ciirloons "Radar Patrol" Serial' Next Saturday a New Serial: "The Invisible Monster." The Inexpensive Way lo Preserve Important Occasions BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 West Main Phone 3647 - Saturday "ROMANCE ROCKY" Tom Keene Also Cartoon & Serial on North -Phone 3570 TONITE ONLY Family Nite $1.00 Per Car Load Sunday & Monday DOUGLAS-MAYO JOMKI VWAl -f= r-» AGAR-BI '•i WARNER BROS'. ALONG THE GREAT pi VIDE Kiddies FREE Plus 2 Cartoons PROGRAM SCHEDULE KOSE 860 On YDDT Dial Sunday, Sept. 9, 1951 MORNING 1:00—Sign On 7:00—Music for Sunday 8:00—Church or Christ 8:15—Church of God 8:45—Southern Gospel Singers 9:00—Rev. Eugene Chancy 9:30—Southern Four 9:45—Spiritual Five 10:00—Union Quartet 10:15—Melody Time 10:30- Chape) in the Sky 11:00—Church Services 12:00— Baseball Game AFTERNOON 4:00—Melodies in Music 4:30—So Proudly We Hall 5:00—Philo Vance 5:30—Boston Blackie 6:00—News <k Sports 6:15—Sign Ofl Monday, Sept. 10, 1951 MORNINO . 5:45—Sign On 5:45—Musical Round Up 6:00—News 6:05—Farm Fair 6:15—Musical Round-Op 6:45—Southern Gospel 8lng«« 7:00—News 7:05 Yawnln 1 tn the Mornln 8 • Ofl—News 8:15 5oulh America Way 8:30--KOSE Kapers 9:00—Woman's Viewpoint 9:30—Meet The Menjous 9:45—Dearest Mother 10:OO— News 10:05—Concert Master 10:30—Meet the Band 11:00- -News 11:05—Farm Krolicj \FTERNOOX 12:00— News 12:l5--Noon serenad* 1:00—Behind World News 1:05—Maltnee Melodies 1:30—Here's to Vets 1:45—Stars on Parade 2:00—News 2:05—Hillbilly Round-up 3:00—News 3:05—Heptlme 4:00—News 4:05—Murray's Madhoust 4:30—Cisco Kid 5:00—News 5:05—Record Rack 5:30—Scoreboard 5:45—Marine Story 6:00—News 6:05—Evening!* 8:15—Sign Off Saturday Owl Show "DIAMOND FRONTIER" Victor McLaglen Suh.-Mon.-Tues "DEAR BRAT" Mona Freeman Edward Arnold \Viirner News & Shorfs Sunday & Mondav — 2 Hits M-G-M preienu "THE DOCTOR ANDTHE I^^^WIHHBHHIHB^MHBH^^^Ki NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Ph. 58 Color Cartoons Phone <62l Shnu Starts Weekday* 1:04 Sal.-Sun U08 Otnibl* Feature Saturday DOUBLK FEATURE Saturday "IVJ 1 il Riding the Outlaw Trail Charles Slarrett Saturday Owl Show "INSIDE STRAIGHT" David Brian • Arlene Dahl Also Cartoon "Undersea Kingdom" Serial Saturday Owl Show JAMES STEWART .^BARBARA HALE.i* Joe McDoaks Comedy Radar Patrol Serial Sunday * Monday "TAKE CARE OF MY LITTLE GIRL" Jeanne Crnin Jean Peters Tuesday "THREE OF A KIND" Marie. Rosenbloom Sunday & Monday — 2 Hits KAGI.K Also Cartoom

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