The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1951 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 4, 1951
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British Leave Abadan As Iranians Threaten To Fire On Blockade WRECKS ABADAN, Iran, Oct. 4. (IP) —. British oilmen completed their withdrawal from Abadan today and the chief ot Iran's oil nationalization program said they would never return, except possibly as Iranian Company employe*. Hussein Makki, right hand man of Premier Mohammed Mossadegh in the oil nationalization drive, Bald the Iranian navy would shoot It out if any British warships tried to blockade oil shipments from Iran, The British claim the oil stored in Abadan Is the property of Ihe Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, which Iran telzed. But an informed British source here said even the British Navy had withdrawn. Earlier plans had been to keep two destroyers anchored ofl the refinery area after the Cruiser Mauritius took away the British em- ployes. ATOMIC (Continued from Page 1) elusion" if truce talks fail finally. The general did not make any explanation of how this would be done against a numerically superior ene- Except for the single opening sentence saying another bomb has been exploded within Ihe Soviet Union, the White House statement Issued at direction of President Truman contained no details. CONTEST (Continued from Page 1) -Arkansas' Sen. J. W. Fulbright. Winners are expected to be announced sometime after 4 pjn. and contest events will be concluded at 9:30 pjn. tomorrow by the annual Cotton Ball, for which Hal Mcln- tyre and his band will play. Hillbilly guitar artist Ernest Tubb will present a program at 8 p.m. tomorrow at War Memorial Auditorium. Dress Winners Najned Bdsel Barber, chairman of. the Clothing from Cotton Bags contest today announced winners in that event. Winning enrties will be modeled by Blythevllle girij in the «tjH« show, at 1 p.m. tomorrow. A feature of the show wil) be modeling of the 1951 Maid of Cotton wardrobe by Miss Charley Ruth Blankenshlp, Miss Blythevllle of IW5 snd "Queen of cotton Fash- tens" for the contest. Models for the style show will be Hanoy Holland, Nora Simpson, Kathryn Westbrook. Patsy Besharse, Martha Nichols, Sandra Lunsford «n(l Peggy Zachry. Mrs. Bill Sisler will b* narrator fcr the style ahow and Bill Ward •*» ke heard at MM Hammond WAR (Continued from Page 1) tacked a hill muss west or Chorwon for the fifth straight day. They reached the crest twice, only to be pushed off each time. tttm th« western outskirts ot Blyth«v«e. Tntti Drirer Sll»h«ly Hart The Rev. and Mr*, pierce were passengers In * 1950 model Buick the organ. Mrs. J, N. Smothcrmon is advisor for the fashion revue. Winners, by groups. In the cotton bags clothing contest follow: Borne Demonstration Club Members (first prize, $15: second, $10): House dross—Mrs. Clyde He)!, Ai- myra, Ark., first; Mrs. Bill Hyde. Paragould, second, street dress- Mrs. Howard Caldwcll, Blythcville first; Mrs. Henry o. Adams. DeWitt! Ark., second. Mother-daughter com- bination—Mrj. C, A. Sloan. DcWitt Ark., first. •I-H Club Giris Hirst prize, $is; second, }10); House dross—Mary Etta Grady, Beedevllie 4-H Club, first; Tennle Dale Utley, New Blalne School Club, second. Street drest-Mlldred Kirchoff. DeWltt. fir.5t; Jean Miller, Melbourne. Ark., second. Open Division (first prize $1250; second. }51: House dresa—Mrs. L M. CocltrelJ. Bli'thevllle, first; Ora Le« Torry,. second, street dress Wre. Charles Mumon. Blylhevllle. first; Mrs. L. M. Cockrcll! second. Evening dress—Mrs, C. A. Sloan DeWltt. first. Mother-daughter combination—Mrs. L. M. Cockrell I rat. which was traveling weet on highway. The trailer truck, which was loaded with U ton* of cotton seed, was traveling east. R was driven by Elmert Mitt*. 3j, ot Monette, who suffered only minor cute and brul««s in the accident. Trooper Smalley quoted Mitts, as saying that he did not know how the accident happened. "When I saw the car It was right on top of me." the state policeman quoted Mitts as saying. Mitts, shaken by the collision, was unable to point out to officers the point of impact. Skid marks on the highway, however, Indicate that the accident occurred approximately 25 yards west of the bridge, with the truck shoving the car approximately 15 yards into a roadside ditch. Hit in Center of Road •Hie two vehicles hit approximately In the center of the highway. Both the Buick and the trailer truck, which wns owned by W D Harrison of Monette w.ere heavily damaged. The hood of the car was torn completely away, the windshield knocked out, and the radiator nnd grill smashed. The truck isiificrcd heavy front- end damage and its drive shaft was twisted In two by the Impact. Following the accident. Mitts was arrested on a charge of involuntary manslaughter but was free today after pasting a $1,000 bond. A native of Pine Bluff. Mrs. Pierce cnme to Leachville from Rives, Mo., three years ago when her husband accepted the pastorate of the Leachville church. Survivors Include her mother Mrs. Ella Coburn. of Pine Bluff; three sons, Coburn, 12, Lloyd Bennett, 0. and Winston Pierce. 8. all of Leachville; three sisters and one brother, Funeral arrangements were Incomplete at noon Unlay pending arrival of relatives. The body Is at Howard Funeral Home In Leach- vllle. Victim MIsslnj A missing victim and three Negroes escaping uninjured Irom a demolished farm truck puzzled South Mississippi County police of- flcws Investigating two separate accdents last night. Officers were called to a gravel road west of Evadale at 10 o'clock last night where they found a car Floodwoy Store Burglary Probed Mississippi County peace officers today continued their investigation ol & burglary at Burley Ray's Store at Koodway Tuesday night In which approximately »ioo worth ol merchandise was reported taken. Sheriff William Berryman. wiio l« leading the Investigation, said that the loot included a quantity of clothing, cigarette* and some watches. Entrance to the building was gained through a rear door, Sherilf Berryman said. Fire Damages Auto Fire of undetermined origin, resulted in considerable damage to a car owned by VVyJIe nalph, 205 South Holland, last night. Fire Chief Roy Head said that the fire broke out In the back seat of the car, burning the scat and uj)ho!slcry. five or six times before ccming to rest in a pasture. But the driver :ould not he found although a ;rowd spent more than two hours searching the area. Deputy Sheriff Dave Young said. The top of the car, he continued, was blood-soaked and It Br/e/j— Secrets Printed, Truman Orders Tight Controls WASHINGTON. Oct. 4 I/P) President Truman said today that his executive order tightening control over government Information «rew out of publication ot fls per cent or our secrets "by the newspapers and slick magazines." UNITED NATIONS, N. y., Oct 1. <1P>—Some U. N. diplomats speculated today that the Soviet Unloi THUBSDAY, OCTOBER I, latest reporiet a demonstra- touched off its atomic explosions „., tion of force to back up Jvfoscovt'.s bargaining In critical world discussions. WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. If, _ President Truman said today John Foster Dulles turned down appointment as ambassador to Japan in order to help keep the Republican Party from going isolationist. had missed a curve and'rolled over will cooperate to enforce meat price controls. appeared the 'driver » injured. WASHINGTON, Oct. 4 <*, _ The car was traveling towards IPrcilrtwit Truman said today that Highway 61 at Evadale when th every agency of the government accident occurred, Deputy Youri ...... said. He quoted two Negroes as say Ing the car passed them at a life rate ol speed about a mile from th accident scene. Deput Sheriffs Cliff Cannon, Her man Oden, J. T. Wlgley, and Youn investigated. Thret Escape Unhurt Earlier In the evening, a Negr man and two Negro children es capcd without Injury when a farn truck they were in turned over at ter being struck by a trailer truck The farm truck, driven by Will! Brown, Negro, was attempting « left turn off Highway 81 near 5ut ton's Tourist Court north of Os ceola when it was hit by a trailer (ruck trying to pass the smaller ve hlcle, according to the report o State Trooper Clyde Barker. The farm truck's rear wheel* were ripped off by the Impact and it was turned around and over he said. Leo Allen of Slk&ston, Mo., driver of the trailer truck, was charged with lulling to yield the right of way and put under »50 bond for his appearance in court Oct.' 16. 406 W. Main Phone 4591 REGULAR 354.95 HOME FREEZER 12.S Cu. Ft capacity Smart value hunters won't .wont to rrtisj rhii '•buy." Gel this family-she Home Freeier now ot ipeciol savings—enjoy oul-of-season fruits, vegetables, meats—throughout the yeor. 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The Student Council is sponsoring' free assemblies /or the itudents this year, Klnninsham ;aid. Forfeits $121 Bond Jacob Bowers forfeited a 5121.75 bond in Municipal court this morn- j ing on a charse of driving while un-' der the Influence of liquor. I NOTICE to Users of Kerosene & Fuel Oil in Osceola Trade Territory 'A new policy is being put into effect by the undersigned Oil dealers In Osi-eola and surrounding communities. Effective immediately fuel will be supplied only to those people whose accounts are in good standing If a customer is indebted to any of the undersigned companies it will be necessary fur that account lo be paid before it car, be serviced by anv of the rest. To most of you this measure will have no significance. U is announced purely for the information of delinquent customers so that they will be aware of (he policy before cold weather sets in. 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