The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 2, 1951
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1551 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Egypt's Oil Supply Partially Blockaded Other Arabian States Criticize British Move talesmen of other Arab countries f they decide to consider such proposals which should dnsure the ull independence and sovereignty CAIRO, Egypt. Nov. 2. W)_A par- j tial British blockade of Egypt's oil tupply was reported today as Egyptian rejection of the proposed Middle East defense pact met with veiled criticism from an opposition newspaper here and non-cooperation among other Arab states. Suez Canal Zone bastions had halted overland shipments into Cairo of oil—but not of Gasoline or kerosene —from the British-held oil heads »t Port Suez. The embargo, he said, would starve Egypt for heavy industrial fuels within a few days and might lead to "troubles and revolution.' Fuels Go In Pipeline The lighter fuels were continuing W reach Cairo by 1 pipeline.. and roacl tanker shipments were stopped. Implied censure of Egypt's re-1 Jection of the western invitation 1 to join In an international defense of the Suez Canal caine In the opposition weekly Akher Lahza. It said the other Arab states, "finding themselves hardly prepared for any real defense against foreign aggression," possibly "have decided to make an attempt whereby they may secure aid for reinforcement of other armies." "It Won't Be Long" "It will not be long before we •jjh realize whom we should really condemn and censure," the paper said, i adding, "we should not blame the of tuch »tates.'• It was the strongest press criticism of the government published here »lnce Premier Mustapha el Nahas Pasha's Wafdist Party re- gime rejected the Western defense proposal Oct. 15 and simultaneously tore up Egypt's treaties with Britain on the Suez Canal defense and the Sudan. Administration to Check Law About Opening Welfare Rolls LITTLE ROCK, Nov. Z. (AP) — The state administration plans to ask Attorney General Ike Murry If a state law prohibits the opening of welfare rolls for public Inspection. Governor McMath said yesterday that he has suggested that Mrs. Henry Bethell, state welfare commissioner, ask for the opinion. The governor said he understands that there is a state law which says the rolls can not be opened except "for administrative purposes." He said the phrase should be interpreted. McMath said he understood that a new federal law provides merely that no state wi". be denied federal aid for opening its welfare lists. Murry ruled several months ago that warrants in the state auditor's office are public record and than any person may examine them to determine who had drawn a welfare check. >fx/e Rebels Still Seeking Plan for '52 It Was Daddy Who Needed Rest COTTON BOLL on North Hiway 61 Phone 3570 Western Union Is Convicted Telegraph Firm Staged Gambling BRIDGETON, N.J., Nov. 2. (AP) —A jury has convicted the Western Union Telegraph Co. and Its local office manager of maintaining a disorderly house where persons placed bets. The huge communications firm ;sued a statement immediately aft- r its conviction yesterday that it wild appeal the decision, which nay affect laws governing the In- erstnte transmission of messages. It took the seven-man, five-wo- an Cumberland County jury six mi one-half hours to find the com- any and its Bridgeton office manger Charles H. Frake, guilty of the harges. Western Union faces a possibli naximum fine of $1.000, and Frake $1,000 fine or three years in pris- n, or both. Now! Last Time! Irene Dunne Fred MacJfurray in "NEVER A DULL MOMENT —plus— Movie Memories & Cartoon Saturday Only Family <H AT. Per Kite VI.WVCar Load 2—Action Hits—2 LAS VEGAS, Ncv., Nov. 2, "he way is cleared today for Croon- Frank Sinatra to marry screen «mptress Ava Gardner. Sinatra appeared briefly In court icre ^yesterday to obtain a divorce rom his wife, Nancy. His sealec omplaint charged cruelty. IMCHdUBUCUSIMH Vay Clear /or Crooner 'rankie to Marry Ava DENVER, Nov. 2. (AP)_George N. Crowder called his doctor yesterday to find out what he should do for his youngsters. In recent weeks, four-year-old George Jr.: Painted his head slate gray. The efforts to remove the paint were hair raising. His feelings were hurt, top; he liked the color. Rammed his hand through a window while waving at his grandparents. Stuck a toy horn through the roof of his mouth. Ate moth, balls. Brother Gary, 2, hasn't that vast experience but did swallow a nail the other day. "Forget the kids," the doctor told Crowder. "Get some rest. You need it worse than they do." More Sfofues of Stalin WASHINGTON, Nov. 2. viet Russia the Communist regime of Hungary and Czechoslovakia ar planning to erect giant statues Joseph Stalin, the "Voice of Amer ica" said today. . SELMA, Ala., Nov. 2. OT—Rebel- ous Dixie Democrats tested the nti-Truman winds here yesterday ut failed to come up with any peclflc plan to keep him from leading the party ticket again. Even the Keynote speaker. Vir- Inia's Senator Harry Byrd, caustic rltlc of the Truman admlnlstra- lon, had nothing concrete to sug- est as to what course the south hould take. At next year's national conven- lon Southern Democrats should «ss for return to the two-thirds ule for picking the party nominees le said, and seek to revise the iarty platform so it will be more .cceptable to the South. Schools Called Freedom Factor Wilson Superintendent Hits 'Group Thinking' In Talk to Rotations Public schools can be the fore- losl factor in preserving the freedom of the Individual In the United States, Wilson School Superinten- !ent Philip Deer told members ol Blytheville's Rotary Club yesterday Mr. Deer, speaking to the club at ts regular weekjy meeting, aald that mbllc schools counteract the In- eUectual vacuum which is being Soldiers in Korea To Have Thanksgiving Turkey and Fruit Cake YOKAHOMA, Nov. 2. (fl—It will be turkey, as usual, for u. S. soldiers In Korea Thanksgiving. The logistic command quartermaster Is ready to distribute more than 1,000.000 pounds of turkey, candy, fruit cake, olives, shrimp cocktail, mixed nuts and cranberry sauce. clamped on the American by a static political picture. publti He scored "group thinking" as the enemy of Individual liberty : pointed out that public schools when run properly, are the great est antidote to the prevalent urge to let thinking be guided by "the powers that be." "Therefore, I think we can se :hat our public schools are the mos important Institutions we have. "At one time, I favored federa assistance to local schools. "The more I see of federal ate however, the more I am in favor o locally financed schools," he declar ed. Mr. Deer admonished the Rota rians to "make the schools' problems your problem- 11 . No other institution offers the opportunity for (he practice of pure democracy as does the public schools, . . "And no other institution In 3'our community Is as important as your schools." Mi. Deer was introduced by Rotarian B. J. Nichols. Acting on a motion of B. A. rail Lad Dies of Brain Ailment After Four Delicate Operations PASADENA, Calif., Nov. 2. (AP) —Little Donny Morton died last light. He was the frail 4-year-old brought here from a farm at Arch- erwill, Sask., for what his father hoped would be a cure for a brain ailment doctors had diagnosed as hopeless. ' Donny had undergone four delicate brain operations since his father, Arthur, brought him here by bus early last summer. Pneumonia weakened him following the fourth, and complications arose. Donny died peacefully In his sleep at 11 pm. His father was by his bedside at St. Luke Hospital. The boy had been under an oxygen tent for the past three weeks as he grew progressively weaker The fourth operation, like the ones preceding It, was performed fre« ol charge by a Pasadena specialist, Dr William T. Grant. When he came here, Donny was unable'to walk or talk or even crj because of pressure on his bralr aused by fluid. He had wasted away o skin and bones. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday "RIO" with Basil Rathbone Lynch, the club unanimously endorsed the candidacy of Osceola Rotarlan Ben F. Butler for gover nor of notary's 200th District fo the ensuing year. Junior Rotarians who were at the meeting yesterday and who will attend aurlng November wero Jerry Halsell and Oakle Ropp. Other guests included D. Fred Taylor of Osceola;-Harold Eichorst of Cincinnati, and A. H. Webb, Holland, Mo Saturday "GUNS A'BLAZIN'" with Walter Huston Also Carfoon & Serial * Throat on throat.. J chett*Melt WICKS «ome In mouth, tool W VAPOR!! STJOSmi . »««« ' \ :,W<$!£ APPROVED BY DOCTORS PRAISED BY MOTHERS LSKD BY CHILDREN WADE H. LEE Ward One Alderman PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Refit Price* Kirby Drug Stores Saturday Owl Show "BURMA CONVOY" Charles Bickford Sun.-Mon.-Tues. EXPRESS _ _ +/OSKPH ' COaiNNt EOMUNO CQTTEHtMEl GWEHN A M8AMOUNT PIC FUSE Also Warner News & Short Martin's Heart Belongs to London LONDON, Nov. 2. (/?)—Mary Marin's heart belonged to London today. She washed the irritating old memory of a "Pacific" flop right •ut of her curly hair with a smash- ng success in the London opening of "South Pacific." NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center/* MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 Friday 'BRIMSTONE" Rod Cameron Saturday "SHERIFF OF LAS VEGAS" Wild Bill Elliott Saturday Owl Show 'Gas House Kids Go West' Starring The Gas House Kids Sunday & Monday Apache Drums Stephen McNally Coleen Gray Playgrounds for the Kiddies Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Last Times Tonile FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY SPECIALS! Also 2 Color Cartoons Saturday Nile Saturday NITE 110,000 Yank Soldiers Returned from Far East WASHINGTON, Nov. I. (JP) — More than 110,000 soldiers have been returned from the Far East, the Ar- i my said yesterday, and 112,000 en- 1 listed men and 7,300 officers have > been sent to replace them and to strengthen farces in Korea. AfL Starts Dollar Drive • WASHINGTON, Nov. 2. «>»—The American Federation of Labor has tarted a drive to collect $1 from each of its 8,000,000-odd members to finance Its activities In next year's political campaign. _ , The praying mantis Is the only insect in the world that can turn its head about like a man. YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE SUNDAY & MONDAY Continuous Showing Sunday from 2 p.m. Reg. $14.95 to $16.95 Gabardine SUITS! reduced now to only 11.95 Ladies Lovely NYLON PANTIE5 Regular $1.49 & $1.69 98 Boys Flannel SHIRTS 3 DAYS ONLY! $149 1 _ TS OCCUPANTS **m» PC* BUCK! (AWUJHWI AKM.MKMKU Double Feature 2 Color Cartoons "Invisible Monster'' Serial MOX Phone 1621 Show Starts Weekdays 7:0« Sat.-Sun. 1:00 MACREADY • RICHARD EGAN • PEGGIE CASTLE Tweed Gabardine SKIRTS 51.98 Skirt & Wesket 11.98 2-PIECE VELVETEEN Corduroy Skirts REG. 3.98 Reg. 4.49 . . $3.98 Skirt & Wesket 5.98 2-PIECE GABARDINE GIRLS COATS 6 95 as low Ladies 3/4-I.cnglh TOPPERS SHOP AND SAVE AT now for only CLARA'S SHOP 419 West Main In Blytheville Always a Double Feature Thursday & Friday ROD CAMERON —And— FILMED UNDtR POUCE PROTECTION! Also Cartoon Saturday IRGINIA VHU MKJ "PALS «f WISV & r WJLO HORSES Also Color Cartoon "Balman wth Robin" Serial

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