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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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PJLCX EIGHT MLYTHBVILLI (AM.) BATUKDAT, MAY tT, U.S. Military Interest to Play Big Part in Economic Program Jbifuaries Br JOHK M. BIOHTOWER * 'WASHINGTON, May 27. W)— American military Interests will play B vital part in White Housa development of a new gloljal economic program k> succeed the Marshall tier:. Offlotek Mid today this fact is l««ect«d in the appointment of •Kacy Voorhees, former undersecretary of the Army find now a consultant lo Army Secretary Frank Pace, as a member of the staff of Presidential Assistant- Gordon Gray. Gray, himself a former Army sec- M^ary, was named by the President; writer this year to direct a government-wide study of what the United States should do to keep an aclc- rjuatc supply of dollars In the hands of friendly nations when the rnulti- billton-dollar European Recovery Program ends In 1952. Involved hi this project are three matters having an Important bearing on national defense: (A) The necessity of Insuring imports for the nation's stockpile of strategic materials; (B^ the effect of U. S. economic planning on the occupation of Germany and Japan; and (C) the need to protect vital American defense Industries from the possibly harmful effects of European competition. This group hopes to complete a report to the President sometime In August. It Is expected that recommendations and a general lion- partisan program of action will be ready in time for Mr. Trumnn U> present the matter to Congress In hi« State of the Union message next January. Present Speculation . Trie present speculation, based on information already In the hands ol the. government, is that Gray will find two main lines of American action desirable when the Marshall Plan ends. The first in an increaste In import*, particularly from the Marshall Plan countries, In order to give them more of the dollars they need to buy the products which this country can supply. , , The second speculative line of •ciion Is that some new American government loans or grants will be required to further build up dol- )«• supplies abroad. : In the matter of stockpiling strategic material, Gray—acting on information received by Voorhees from mHH-nfy sources—presumably will try to set that the United States Us awaren In future programs ns It h«« been • hi the .Marshall Plan agreement* of access to necessary (trategic materials obtainable onlj In Imports The third factor of military importance ooccerns increased American import* from Western" Europe Secretary of Slate Acheson has said *•* this will inevitably disrupt •ome American businesses. Military leaders want to be sure that no U.S. Industries are affected which might b« eesential in any future war. W. W. Minyard Services Held Services for W. W. Minyard, fa- her of W. II. Minyard of Blythe- ille. were conducted at 10:30 a.m. oday at Williams and Lord Chapel i Greenwood, MLss., by the Eev. J. I. Kyzar. Mr. Minyard, who was born Oct. 6, 1875 in Sunflower County, Miss, i«I at his home in Greenwood Fri- ay following a lengthy illness. ISc pent most of his life ,in Ix?Fiore iounty, MLss., where he engaged in arming activities. He also is survived by hh wife Mrs. Kate C. Minyard; three duugli- ers. Mrs. A. D. Hunt of Hatiesburg, .Irs. Samuel S. Raper of Columbus, Mrs. George Flowers of Greenwood, nd three other sons, B. I. Minyard >f Jackson, D. S. Minyard and Karl X Minyard, both of Greenwood. Burial was in Odd Fellows Ceme- ery in Greenwood. UNDERGROUND SILVER SHOP—A London dealer, operating in one of the surviving strong rooms of a bombed-out safe-deposit building, checks over his antique silverware in preparation for the day's business. The unique market grew up when one dealer, whose shop was destroyed by bombs, began using the vault as a show room. He found experiment successful, and others followed. Strike Continues In Oak Ridge OAK RIDGE:. Tenn., May 27. Ifl'i —Officials looked today to the end of the four-tiny holiday weekend for the next step in a walkout which has idled 5250.000,000 of government construction projects here. JjOcal jniri international union officials denounced the three-day-old strike and urged members of 18 AFL orKnni/.ations to return to their they said they had little Jobs. But hope of marked success before next Wednesday following Memorial Day, although Monday Ss a regular work day. to Let Highway Contracts f LITTLE ROCK. May 27. (iF>— The Arkansas Highway Commission plans to let more than 50 contracts for jobs totaling In the neighborhood of $10,000,000 during the next few months. Eighteen contracts are to be awarded June 2. Commission Chairman J. B. Lambert said there would be another letting around June 30; a third the latter part of July, and possibly a fourth In August. Judy Coplon Takes Marriage License NEW YORK, May 27. (/Tj—Judith Coplon, 20-year-old former government girl convicted twice of spying for Russia, took out a marriage license yrsterday with nttorney Albert H. Socolav. Miss Coplon and Socolov, also 2D. appeared at Brooklyn's Borough •lail (or the license, which is good r or 30 days. Socolov is associated with a law rm that defended Miss Coplon, Climax Hears in Suit Filed by Entertainers HARTFORD, Conn., May 27, W) —The climax neared tcday in the $200.000 libel suit brought by entertainers Paul Draper and l.irry Adler to defend ,their reputations and earning power from charges of Communist sympathies. A federal jury, locked in debate for almost seven hours yesterday was called back into session at 9 a.m. (EST) after a night's sleep. British End Gas Rationing LONDON, May 27. {APJ— Bri ended gasoline rationing today alte nlmast 11 years in a fJareup of na tional exuberance that resembled :i explosion. A king's order-in-council lit tin the controls look, effect this morn ing—no specific hour was set— yeEirs, eight months and four day after the restrictions had been ini I>osed as a wartime measure. Snyder to Visit Jonesboro Home JONESBORO, Ark,, May 27, (AP —Secretary of the Treasury Joh Snyder conies home to Jonesbor Monday to be greeted by a flag bedecked city waiting to hour h report on the financial slate o* th nat'on. - -Mayor Herbert Hosier this inor Ing proclaimptl Monday as "Joh GRADUATES Continued from page 1. successful livelihood in the rich lelta hind was mentioned by Mr, Ford. The {net that BlythcvElle is eeognt/etl as one of the fastest growing communities In the slate should provide incentive for every senior, Mr, Ford said. Arkansas is at the point In Its iLstoi-y that it must Individualize ic said. The 1950 high school graduates are at the ae L ' when they can i-ssist the state !n its trend away roni an almost entirely agricultural market, continued Mr. Ford, The greatest problems facing the graduate and the world today 1 world peace, he said, but if the principles of courage, honesty, industry, thrift and good living are taugl as presented by the Galilee teacher the problem can be solved. In conclusion, Mr. Ford said tha If the rule of hard work and righ living governs each graduate's he will go far in the .business social world of today. "The Old Road" was sung b Harry Frit?.us, Jr., senior classmem ber, following the address. The dip lomas were presented the senior by Max B. Reid, school board pres Iden t, a ss is ted by W. D. Tomc> principal. W. D. Nicholson, snperintenden or schools, concluded the 1950 sen ior program with giving recognitio to the valedictorian of the clas~ Margcy Hale, and salutatorian Shirley King. Maxine Hipp was rcc ogni?,etl as winner of the Arkansa State College—Russell Phillips sch olarship. This is the first year th award has been made. Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Tempi Israel, pronounced the benediction A reception was held for the g nates in the school cafeteria wit school administrators as hosts t the seniors and guest ;>eaker~ graduation dance followed the re ception. who is appealing prison sentences totalling 25 years. Rep. Lesinski Dies DETROIT May 27. W)—U. S. Rep. Join- Lesinski (D-Mich). one of la- jor's champions in Congress, died suddenly early today. He wa.s 65. The veteran congressman ,wilo :iad served nine successive terms in the House, succumbed to a heart .ttack at his home in suburban Dearborn. Only yesterday Lesinski had left hi.s duties in Washington to come home for the Congressional recess. Day" in Jonesboro and urg .-._-..--. •--- business firm. 1 ; to fly their „ [Tags in tribute to the city's most distinguished citizen. Born and reared in Jonesboro, Mr. Snyder will speak Monday night at the fifth annual Craigiiead County 4-H Club achievement banquet here. The secretary's mother and sister both live here. Gold Talks to Family PHILADELPHIA. May 27. '/Pi — Harry Gold, 39-year-old chemist accused of giving Russia America's atom bomb- secrets, finally saw his family after spending nearly 72 hours in solitary confinement with no one to talk to except FBI agents and guards. for Burglar ROCHESTER, N. Y.— (AP)— The ! home of Richard G. Shcllman made hungry intruder who entered the himself right tu home. Mrs. Shcll- man told the police the prowler entered through an unlocked kitchen door while she visited a neighbor, heated cor/ee and fried himself two eggs. Nothing else was taken. Shellman. . a night worker, was asleep upstairs : at the time. • i Did You Hear? of the Crops flu inert by Hailstorm near lloll.iml, [\Jo Huy Hailstorm Insurance Now—Ifaforc it's ton late United Ins. Agency All Forms of Insurance 1st it Main—Rear Oily Drug Sunday & Monday Are Termites Ruining Your Property? Government statistics say that Termite damage was second only to fire in the United Slaves. We will make an inspection and give you an estimate, if needed, without cost. Our work is licensed by the Arkansas Slate Plant Hoard—we have 12 years of cxper- i«ice lo guarantee you satisfaction. • FREE INSPECTION • SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. H. C. Tilnnkcnsbip T,. J. 7 c ller 309 East Kentucky Phone 2350 or 3570 Our Telcphom Number 4438 Shelton Motor Co. 4oyti Man Heads Theater Owners A Haytl, Mo., man will head the illled Independent Theater Owners the Mid-South for the coming ir and two Mississippi County n will serve on the board of di- •ctors. John Mohrstadt of Haytl was lamed president at the close of the group's annual four-day convention L'hursday In Memphis. Warren L. Moxley of Blytheville and C. W. Tiplon of Manila were lamed lo the organization's board of directors. Roy Cochran of Little Rock wa.s elected vice president for Arkansas and Lyle Richmond of Scnath was named vice president for Missouri Mr. Richmond's son, Lyle, Jr., also of Senath, was elected secrctary- .rensurcr. WANTS TO BURY 'THE BODY —Blonde, liglit-heartcd, happy-go ucky Marie McDonald wishes they vould "bury 'the body 1 and leave Marie McDoiald." Tile tag 'The Body' was hing on Marie in 1944 ind she has teen stuck with it ever since, she became famous over- light but she now feels It Is a hand, cap. Marie li shown here in a cos tiime for hc> current film, a must cal. (AP WWphoto). Wentzell Heads Cooler Lions Club Chris Wettzall was elected presi rtcnt of Center's Lions Club fo 1950-51 wliei the recently-organiz ed club mel Thursday night. He succeeds Jack Rushing as he. of the club. Other tfficcrs elected tnclud James Brtwn, lint vice-president Lewis Lestir. second vice-president Claud Jon'-S third vice-president Floyd Waistcr, tail twister; Rober Rushing, lion tamer; Tom Hopper secretary - treasurer; and Velma Cnmpbeil and Ruel Aiher, directors With the Courts Circuit H. A Jones, et al, vs. Curti Barthoomew. doing business Curl's Bakery, and Floyd Diivall, suit fo- $10.000 damages for injuries received Oct. 18 by plaintiff's minor son, Charles Henry Jones, when hit f truck. Municipal Light Plant Must Pay Fuel Sales Tax LITTLE ROCK. May J7. W—A uniclpally- owned electric light ant must pay a sales tax on fuel it purchases within the stale. Attorney General Ike Murry has o held in an opinion to Mitchell D. Toore, Osceola, But, peculiarity, said the ruling, Ihe municipality purchases Ihe il outside the slate it, is not rc- ulj-cd lo pay a use tax—supposed lo ortespond to (he In-slale sales tax. he use lax acl specifically exempts tangible personal property used fo: ublic transmission purposes." The lies lax act makes no such ex- mplion. Blytheville Student Receives Commission In Air Force Reserve A Blytheville student at the University of Arkansas at FayettevillP was among the 37 members of the U.S. Air Force R.O.T.C. unit there who were awarded reserve commissions as second lieutenant* Friday. He is Edsel Harber, son of Mr.? E. Harber. 1701 West Ash. He wil graduate next month. Senath Residents In Bus Collision PARAOOULD, Ark.. May 27. M Thirty-ntnp Senath, Mo., resident e: caped serious Injury here Thurs day *'hcn the school ous in whicl they were riding and a heavy true! collided at a street intersection, Htiey Ray, driver of the schoc bus and eight Senath High Schoo students, Laudie Davis and Misse Relha Myrick. Becky Richardson Joucll Butter, Lula Gail Lane. Mar garet Rholson. Joe Etta Tucker an Minnie Lou Donaldson suffered ml nor injuries. Thirty-six student. Iwo teachers and the driver wer aboard the bus. Chief of Police Sam Hunt sai Clardy Moss, Ellsberry, Mo., drive of the truck, was charged with fail Lre to our.erve a stop sign, havin faulty brakes and reckless drivin In connection with the crash. Political Announcement "he Courier News has been author ed to announce the following can dates, subject to the Democrat imaries. July 25 and August 8. Saturday Open I-.TO; Slaits 8:«> —DOUBLE FEATURE— "MOB TOWN" with the Dead End Kids NEW Bo* Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Matinee Salurclars i Sundays lat.-Sun. 1 [i.m- ConL Shawiig Manila, Ark. Saturday "TEXAS TERROR" with Dun "Ucrt" Barry Also Shorts Saturday Owl Show 'PORT OF NEW YORK nilh Scoll Brady Also Klinrls Sunday & Monday 'CHAIN LIGHTNING' with Humphrey BoRsrt Also Sliorls RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday "RENEGADES OF THE RIO GRANDE" Cartoon and Serial Saturday Owl Show "HELLZAPOPPIN" with Olscn A Johnson and Martha Raye ZACHARY SCOn EDWIN LMARW WBITTtH UtTHO«« DUWBUII1I Sunday, Monday & Tucsdsy "RIDING HIGH" with Blnj; Crosby and Colleen (irny \Yarncr News A Short 'SHUT MY BIG MOUTH" wild Jnt F,. Brown Carloon A Nn. 11 ,fc 12 of Junior G-Men Serial Sunday & Monday Bljtlievillc First Showing TOO LATE FOR TEARS' with Lizabelh Scott and Dan DcFore Two Cartoons BLYTHEVILLE'S ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Salurrlay —DOUBLE FEATURE— "Oregon Trail Scouts" "SHAGGY" 'Frank A .TesMe James" Sertn Cartoon Saturday Midnile Show 'FOLLOW ME QUIETLY "Ohost of 7,nrro" Serial Also Cartoon Sunday & Monday —DOUBLE FEATURE— "CHICKEN EVERY SUNDAY '.'Neptune's Daughter" Cartoon * Xcws FOR COUNTY JUDGE Roland Green OR STATE RF.I'RESENTATIV U H Aulry Rt-election Past No 1 John ,t. Cowan Kenneth S Sulcer Post No" 2 E. C. "Gene" Flseman . (Par re-election Post No. «) W. P. Wells For staU Se'iator W ft Nicholson J. Lee Bearden SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR Osee Manually WE BUY AND SELL USED & NEW FURNITURE PHONE 2112 Hollywood ConUmietl from Page 4 ormula vnriely revucjs for him hough. He says: "I dnn'l want to kill elevislon." « • * Two months ago Gary Cooper dropped plans to film "Girl on the 'ia Flnminla" because Ihe Brccr tffice nixed the script. Now Join jarlielcl has \vrit«r.s working 01 he yarn in hope. 1 ! they can avoid he blue pencil. It's a new six year contract, a one picture a year, for Ray Millaiv l Paramount. He geL-i the right U "rcelance on two pictures annually . . Gloria tie Haven will follo\ John Payne on the stage of Ne\ York's Paramount theater nex Month. . . . Elysc Knox is linvin l new screen personality custom built by coach Edda Erlson. WARNING ORDKR The defendant, S. C. Alexander LS warned to appear in the Chan eery Court, Chickasawba Dislric Mississippi Comity, Arkansas, with in thirty days and answer the com plaint of the plaintiff, Ethel Alex ander. Witness my hand, as clerk of said court, and the seal hereof, on his 12th day of May, 1950. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anla Sykes, D. C. Frank C. Douglass, atty for pltC. 5-13-20-27 6-3 EDSON Continued from Page 4 elimination of hardship and rovers'. But Senator Taft claims there li a difference In hU approach to hese things. He wants them only f they can be obtained by avoiding —in every case except public utlll- ,!es — "the drndlng regulation of government bureaus attempting to ix prices, practices, and quotas in 'ree industries." Liberals may properly object to this Toll analysis of Truman's^ nethods and of what the President* wants for the country. Taft indulges in considerable exaggeration. Truman does the same thing in talking about'- the reactionaries. That's politics and only to be expected. If yon know how lo take It. In no sense, however, can Truman bo called a conservative. His speeches all through the west'were booster stuff. He advocated everything beliiR bigger and better — dams, crops, programs, benefits, income, The specific items In the Truman program to which Senator Taft objects most strenuously are the Branllan farm plan, national health insurance, government taxing and spending of 25 per cent of the national income, the sfi.OOO.OOO.OOD deficit, the International Trade Organization, reduction rl tariffs and repeal of the Taft-Hartley law. Senator Taft Is also against Alger Hiss, hushing up ol the Amerasia case, Kansas City crime, John Maragon, General Vaujhan. Mayor Curley. Henry Wallace, Harry Hopkins, Yalta. Potsdam and the "pro- Communist policies of our -State Department." which he says placed Russia In a position where it is & threat to the world. It is largely an anti-Truman program. Everything that Truman Is for. Taft is against—except, perhaps. Truman's iciea that every family should have an income of S4000 a year by 1900. Taft seriou^f. says tie doesn't see why it couldf^ be $5000—under, certain conditions. Of course. Taft doesn't believe it could be S4000 tinder Truman's program. But Taft's bid of $5000 does top what he calls Truman's "vague promises." GROVELS BODY SHOP Clear Lake Ave. & Clark St. Expert Body and Fender llepair Highest Quality Auto Painting Types Radiator Work l!y Highly Skilled Mechanics Every .lob Guaranteed Owned & Operated by Grover Canada Phone (>9S1 Anhydrous Ammonia Fertilizer Custom Application Chas. Brcqdon Phones 6847 — 6284 Vi Mile South on Highway 61 ANHYDROUS AMMONIA Don't lake less than the best! We can supply the fertilizer and apply it the Kay the job should be done. For prompt service call 058J or 4388. Lowest A|iplicnting Prices Available. PCOTfCT ft)!/* RIGHT TO omi... rouft MKNINGS ..HOMI...MJVK ACCOUNT FOR SALE Bargain! Bargain 1 . Bargain! TRUCK $275 Hauling Collon Chnppers S»1 KAST MAIN SAVE MONEY W. L. Walker, District Agent 200 Isaacs Bldg. ItO. «KHM 1«« R«U 811 SCRAPE & WE1DMAN Agricultural Service Soulh Siiphirnj BIylhcvillc mower for every la#n> UwnMowtr Blytheville Machine Shop 2i 1 So. 2nd. Phone 2828 For Improued i KIDNEY FUNCTION In a majority of cases investigated in several hospitals and clinics, subnormal Kidney function was improved, Bladder pain and discomfort reduced after the use of Mountain Valfey Water. H your doctor has diagnosed your condition as functional Kidney impairment this natural, un- Irealed mineral water may be very beneficial. Try il for a few weeks. II is delicious, pure-lasting, and may be consumed freely. : «v: Crosstown Whiskey Shop Main & Division Mw ntain Valley Water —~—* In England — It's the Chemist Shop In France —- It's the Apothecary Shop In Blythevill* — It'« BARNEY'S DRUG For Expert PRESCRIPTION SERVICE

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