The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1951 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 29, 1951
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1951 Cease-Fire Wouldn't Mean Yanks Could Come Home--Gen. Collins BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS •OMBWHERE IN 'KOREA, Oct. 39. On. ). Lawton Collins, u. s. Army chief at staff, said today AlMcd forces "will have to stay In KOTM lor «09» tim« If a cease-fire * Liberals Promise Votes to Tories Davi«* Says 'No,' To Churchill Offer Of Coalition Cabinet LONDON. Oct. 29. «y-The Liberals conditionally promised their six House of Commons votes last night to bolster the narrow Conservative majority, but Liberal Leader Clement Davies said "no" to ,a cabinet bid from Prime Minister Winston Churchill. The Liberals said their six members would swell the Tories' 18-seat jnajority on "measures clearly conceived in the interest of the country as a whole." Davies, however, alter a second weekend conference with Churchill, announced he "felt unable to ac- 1 cept" the Conservative leader's offer of a post in the cabinet the new prime minister still was forming. 8 Members Named ^- Churchill has named eight key ' members to his government and hopes to complete the lineup be- 'fore parliament reconvenes Wednesday. The offer la Davies was designed to give the government the "broad base" promised by Churchill during the campaign, as well as to meet Labor criticisms of the new regime as a "minority government." Despite their House of Commons majority, the Tories drew 200,112 fewer votes than the Laborites in Thursday's general election. Shriners Seek Temple for Area ' Shrin* Clubs of Nuiiheast Arkansas are starting- a campaign to establish a Shrine Temple' in Jonesboro to serve this area, D. B. Moore, Jr., of Jonesboro, president of the group, .has announced. Formal announcement of the campaign will be made at a.Shrine picnic at the Jonesboro Community Center Nov. 5. j'j Petitions are' being circulated "'and will b* submitted to the Imperial Council of the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Mr. Moore said. At present, the Northeast A/kan- sas group is a part of the Sahara Temple of Pine Bluff. Royal Pair Heads East FORT WILLIAM, Ont., Oct. 29. m—Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh said farewell to the broad reaches of Canada's praf- rries and headed east today toward the United States. British Recall fnvoy LONDON. Oct. M. (/P>—Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden directed Britain's ambassador in Tehran today to xeturn to London immediately for consultations on the Anglo-Iranian oil row. ri largest Spring The largest spring in the world Is Silver Spring, in Florida, navigable by steamers that come up the Ocklawaha river. This spring discharges 1,000,000 gallons every three minutes. Its water Is so transparent that a coin Is visible on the bottom 80 feet down. N E W Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 Last Times Tonite "Go For Broke Van Johnson Tuesday "Chain Of Circumstances' Richard Greyson • Wed.-Thurs. is arr.&nged.'V Collins tod newsmen it woud "not be practical", to pull Allied troops out of Korea Immediately if agreement on an armistice U reached it the panmunjom negotiations. He said the South Korean army "needs our help for some time to come." • '.'We want to get our men home as soon as possible, but It would not be done Immediately." ' In Tokyo, Mrs. Anna Rosenberg, assistant secretary of defense in charge of manpower, told a nevi's conference that 12,000 to 15.000 U.S. combat troops will be brought out of Korea by the end of next month under a new point-rotation formula. She said Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force men can go home If they have accumulated '37 points and If their replacements are on hand. She emphasized that the policy applied to combat troops, not rear echelon men. Here How to Figure This is how points are figured: 1. Four points monthly to men In the combM *>n« «nd at division headquarters. -.Trfv." 0 , 1 ," 1 * month) >' t° men on lnd-lh«-lines duty and it corps headquarters. ^ 3. One »nd one-half- points monthly to. single men in Japan since July, 1950, and to all men, single or married, on Okinawa Guam and In Ihe Philippines 4. One point monthly to married men in Japan whose dependents are In Jap&n. CHASE (Continued from Page 1) end demolished. Truck Hurdles Ditch Robinson's vehicle traveled 315 feet from the point of impact, hurdling a ditch befort halting in a field. According to Trooper Barker, the speeding driver, failed to stop despite warnings by siren, red light and spot light and Deputy Wigley was forced to open fire at the tires after firing-three warning shots. The driver held the middle of the road, refusing to let the police car pass and tried frequently to wreck Partially i blinded by road slush and the rain. Deputy Wigley continued to fife at the tires. "He could have shot the driver several times," Trooper Barker related, "but two persons were with him and we were trying to protect them as well as other drivers on the highway." ; • The officers kept sniping at the tires and later at the motor. Impact of the crash tore trie pickup seat loose and threw all three occupants under the dash panel- Robinson was pinned with his foot hung in clutch and brake pedals Only Three Bullets Left The officers had only three bullets left in one pistol when the chase ended. A .35 caliber rifle was hew in reserve. Trooper Barker tried to radio other state police for a road block but was unable to reach his station clenrly and the officers were forced to continue the chase until ended by the collision. Robinson said he had been picking cotton near Steele, Mo., and on Island 34 near Wilson. Check of a Missouri license on the truck yesterday showed it was stolen from a truck belonging to Paul Hooker of Caruthersville, who yesterday reported the truck stolen En route back, the officers arrested Emmett Powell, 251 Vance Street, Memphis, on a charge of driving while Intoxicated in the vicinity of Grider. Obituaries E. E. Yarbrough Dies; Services Conducted Here Services for Early Earnest Yarbrough, who died at ,iis home here yesterday, were to be conducted at 2 p.m. today in Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. J. E. Cox. Burial will be In Dogwood cemetery, Mr. Yarbrough was 59 Born in Decatur, Ala., Mr. Yarbrough had resided here for the past 30 years. He was a farmer. Survivors include his wife Mrs Josie Yarbrough'; five daughters Mrs. Viola Almon. Mrs. Olivia Hodge Mrs. Sylvia Hodge, Mrs. imogene Haynes and Miss Settle Joe Yarbrough; a son, Charles Yarbrough' three brothers, Eddie Yarbrough, Grover Yarttrough and Lesley Yarbrough; and two sisters. Mrs Minnie Evans and Mrs. Ruby McQueen All are of Blytheville. Pallbearers were s. D. McGhee Earl Simmons, Clarence Moore. J. M Veazey, Ray Haynes and Paul Mokes * * • Robert Veoch, Manila Resident, Dies at His Home Robert Veacti, a resident of Manila for 53 years, died at his home Saturday night after several years illness. Arrangements are Incomplete pending the arrival of relatives, Mr. Veach was 70. Born in Carlton County, Mo., he came to B falo Island near Manila In 1898. He was a member of Little River Baptist Church. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Dilleu Veach of Mania; three sons, Roy Veach, Ra#do Veach, and Donald Veach, all of Manila;, four daughters, Mrs. Lorene Fincher, Mrs. Rosa Lee Williams, and Mrs. Willie Faye Dobbs, all of Manila, and Mrs. Effie Saratt of California; one brother, ,^ank-. Veach of .Wesleco. Texas; and' one sister, 'Mrs. Julia Collins of Hoxie. * • • Rites Conducted For Jacob Piiand Services for Jacob Porter Piiand, 71, were to be conducted this afternoon at 2:30 at the Flill Gospel I Church here with the Rev. W. C. Hot UMT Debate Predicted when Congress Meets WASHINGTON,' Oct. 29. (/P» _ Lawmakers today predicted hot debate In Congress next year over a government commission's call for universal MilitaryTraining as Ions range protection In the "mortal struggle .with Soviet communism." The new National Security Train- Ing Commission's blueprint /or UMT envisions eventual training of 800,000 American youths annually at a cost which could run to more than K, 000,000,000 • the first year. The commission's recommendations to Congress, made public last night, were submitted under terms of a 1851 law which extended the draft and approved the broad Idea of UMT. That law, enacted last June, requires further congressional action to put UMT into effect. Dutch to Send Experts THE HAGUE, The Netherlands Oct. 28. W—The Netherlands government announced today II would send a full delegation of military experts to the current Paris talks on formation of a European army. Vanbibber officiating. Mr. Piiand died Saturday night alter a short illness. • He 'came to Blytheville in 1905 from Cave Inn Rock, III., and worked with the Chicago Mill and the Blytheville Canning Company. He retired about a year ago. He leaves one daughter, Mrs. Joe Roberts o[ Blytheville; nnd three sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Davis of Blytheville and Mrs. T. V. Baugher of Haytl and Mrs. Henry Adams of Pascola. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery with Holt Funeral Home In charge. • • • Rites for Batemcm Infant Are Conducted Services for the infant davightei Of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Batem'an will be conducted at ,10 a.m. tomorrow at Holt Funeral Home Chapel. The child, named Deborah, was dead at birth this morning. Besides her parents, she is survived by a brother, Dennis Bateman., Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery with Holt Funeral Home in charge. • * * Rites Held for Child Services for Billy Wayne Hamm, I0-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Hamm, were conducted yesterday at the Nazarene Church here by the Rev. Royal O. Schullz. pastor. The child died Saturday at the Parents' home .on Sawyer Road. Burial was in Sandy Ridge Cemetery with Cobb Funeral Home In charge. • * • Rites for Mason Infant Services for Ella Mason, two- month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mason, former Blytheville residents now residing in Chicago, were conducted at 3 p.m. today at Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Allen VanHorn, pastor of Woodlawn Baptist Church. The Infant died Saturday In Chicago. Burial will be in Sandy Ridge Cemetery. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Open High Low 1:15 Deo 3164 3820 3150 3812 Mar 3735 3800 372S 3193 May 3116 3113 3700 3161 July Mfi« 3124 3J52 3717 New York Stocks 1:15 p.m. Quotations: A T and T 155 Anaconda Copper 47 Beth.Steel ' 51 Chrysler 68 Coca-Cola 102 Gen Klecfrlc 53 Gen Motors . 49 Montgomery Ward N Y Central . ... Int Harvester . ... J. C. Penney Republic 'Steel . Radio Socony Vacuum . Studebaker Standard of N J . Texas Corp Scars U S Steel Sou. Pac. . N. O. Cotton Open High Low 1:15 Dec 375« 3816 3745 3808 Mar 3137 3802 372S 31J3 May' 3717 3177 3706 3777 July 36«8 3726 3656 3717 tefense 'Feeler' Sent to Israel Western Powers Ask Views on Proposal Snubbed by Egypt TEL AVIV, Israel, Oct 29 </P>~ Rellable «ources report the United States, Britain, Prance and Turkey are seeking Israel's vlos-s orj the projected Middle East defense command which Egypt refused two •eek« ago to join. The Informants said envoys for he four Western powers called at he foreign ministry yesterday with notes from their governments. Tlie rgency -of the situation was said > have prompted the Sunday visits Egypt bluntly rejected the Wesl- rn invitation tg become a founding member of the Middle East alliance, which would set up an In- ermtloria force to guard the Suez anal. She contended the British mst get out of the canal zone and he Sudan before she would even consider the plan. The Western powers Indicated ,hey would go ahead with their )larw without Egypt. At the same time Egypt junked icr treaties under which British torces were stationed in the two :errltorles and- has been trying— s o ar without success—to throw the 3rit«ns out. Soybeans N'ov Jan Mar May High Low Close 298« 296« 298% 3CKHi 298 301 302 298 X 302 303 298 302 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. HI., Oct. 29. {/Pj— IUSDA)—Hogs 16,500; fairly active on weights under 3M Ibs; rather slow on others; most barrows and gilts steady to 10 higher than Friday'* average; sows steady to 25 higher; bulk choice 180240 Ibs barrows and gilts 19.40-60; latter price paid mostly for weights under 230 Ibs; extreme top 18.65 sparingly; few 2*0-300 Ibs 1814019.40; 150-110 Ibs 18.75-18.50; 120140 ihs 17.25-18.2S; few 100-110 Ibs 1625-75; choke 210-400 Ibe »ow» 17.00-75; laxgly 17.50 down; heavier sows 16.00-17.00; «tag» 14.00-W.OO; boars 12.50-15.50. Caitle 6,500,. calvea 1300; few choice yearling steer* steady at 35.50-36.50; two loads mortly good fed Kansas steers steady at S4.J5; odd lots good to choice heifers and mixed yearlings steady; other steers and heifers slow and weak; open- Ing sales 'canner and cutter cows steady. fsyourlife \\ How could I get hurt?" Well, you might fall off a chair when you're painting. Sounds unlikely? H is, But it may surprise you to know that 82% of all accidents happen OFF the job—when you're not protected! Suppose you're hospitalized (or even permanently disabled), how would your family he supported? For about 50c a week you can get accident insurance that will pay 5500 hospital expenses as well as large amounts for permanent injuries. For details of this special insurance, just drop in and ask. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT — G. H. ROBSON, MGR. Tht Oldest Bank in Mississippi County "Tim* Tried — Panic Tested" THE FARMERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Opinion Withheld On Dead Doctor LYNN, Mass., Oct. 28. CAP)—Authorities today withheld opinion ir the death of Dr. Albert H. Covnei of Nahant, pending a patholoeica report. The 54-year-old heart specialist was found dead In North Reading Woods Saturday, Just 10 days after three 'teen-aged baby sttttrs took tl 8.000 from a strong box In his home for a big-time spending spree. Police said a Email bottle of nitroglycerine, a heart stimulant, was found near the body and several types of pills were In his pockets. PAGBTHREE Eisenhower Must Declare Position, PaulHoffmanSays WASHINGTON, Oct. M (*) _ Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower probably will be advised soon that If he A willing to become a candidate for ' the Republican presidential lomfnatlon h« should say so by January. Paul G. Hof/man. former head of the Economic Cooperation Administration, has indicated In conferences with Republican officials here he plans to carry such word to the general shortly. Senator Duff (R-Pa), scheduled for a visit to Eisenhower's Paris headquarters In the next tew weeks, said in a week-end radio broadcast that the general's plans "will have to be very unqualifiedly known very early in the year." RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Monday & Tuesday BEST OF THE BADMSN * SUWINO iiieirmi-cuitcmMi «MI iuni IIIHII >ini mm uttuit miin Color by Technicolor Also News & Shorts Wed.-Thure. "Ali Baba& 40 Thieves" 'with Maria Montez Also News & Shorts COTTON BOLL on North Hiway 61 Phone 3570 Ends Tonight Howard Hughe's "Vendetta" STARRING Faith Dnmergue Tues. and Wed. Plus 2 Cartoons iVoman Shoot* Elaine Farmer Seven Time* ELAINE. Ark., Oct. 2». -**" .W-y«r-old fw hot to death near h«r» about midnight Saturday. Phillips County Sheriff B. r Hickey said Jane Campbell, about 8, related she fired Mv«n bullet* rom a 25-c»hber pistol at AgM alter he became abusive and thMatt* ened to beat her. Life Underwriters Group Meets Here Tlie Mississippi County Life Underwriters Association held their regular meeting at the Hotel Noble Saturday and heard O. B. Wnrd of Pine Bluff discuss "What R takes to make a leader." A new member. Bill Stewart of Blj'thevllle, was taken into the organization. L. E. Old, president, was In charge of the meeting. Gaest Movie Nites! Kow, relieve dUtreuwlthou dosing, rub on... SHOWING WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY at the Following NEW THEATER Manila, Ark. TIPTON Manette, Ark. NEW Caraway, Ark. A d m i s s i o'nl. 75c Matinee 1.00 Evening With the Courts Common Pltiw: Last Times ToniU Features at 7 4 9 P.M. BUD IOU ABBOTT COSTELLO "Comin' Round The Mountain" and Dorothy Shay Pkygrgunds for the Kiddies Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Last Times Tonite Blytheville First Showing 2 Color Cartoons Tuesday & Wednesday , 2 Big Hits'. —Plus— DANA ANDREWS SUSAN HAYWARD Also Cartoon & Western Song Featurettc Phone 4CZ1 Show Start! Weekday* 7:M Sat-Sea. 1:M •• You have broken God's own cotnmaotat AMERICAN GUERRILLA —And— BEYOND THE BORDER Also Cartoon & Latest News Tuesday & Wednesday • _ And— Mwot mn sm M w worn ££»>

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