The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1955 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 3, 1955
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PAMHQBT BLTTHETILL1 (ARK.)' OOUW15K TOWf SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 19W Aging Sultan Expected To Receive Abdication Order This Weekend By CARL IIARTMAN RABAT, Morocco (AP) — French authorities are expected to issue a formal request this weekend to aged Sultan Mo hammed Ben Moulay Arafa to step down from his pink and gold throne. The 74-year-old ruler hos held the | To keep some 20,000 Americans in Morocco as far from trouble as possible, officers in charge of the largely ornamental job since the IVench dethroned Sultan Mohnm- . med Ben Yousscf more than two big U. S. Air Force bases are try- years ago on grounds he used his ing to move those In danger areas position to advance the cause Moroccan nationalism. Ben Youssef was exiled to Mada:ar. The anniversary of his oust- gasci tection. About 100 Air Force men and their families will be moved to the ises before Sept. 15 and by nex «ai followed by French puniiive I June U. S. authorities hope to house expeditions in which an estimated some 400 families on the bases. ... ^...-ii... - ti ii i;..i~~ O ut s j,je the touched off demonstrations two •weekl ago resulting in the bloods- massacre at Oued Zem which claimed the lives of 91 Europeans. This to safety, Considered unsafe areas too close to the tumultous Morroccan sector of Casablanca and villages too far from centers of pro- 1,000 Moroccans perished. Officials said no announcement on Moulay Arafa's futures could be made in advance of an interview between the Sultan and Gen. Pierre Boyer de Laumr du Moulin, the new French resident general. Believed to Have Orders De Latour is believed to have orders from Paris to ask the Sultan to leave "voluntarily." The Sultan's vizier of protocol, Abder Rahman El Jahoui, has said repeatedly Moulay Arafa has no Intention of getting out. It is reoprted the French government would offer a generous settlement to the Sultan, his two sons an those who have remained faithful to him. This type of persuasion to being counted on to succeed. The departure of the Sultan would pave the Way for a regency that the nationalist could support Korean Truce Team Cutback Starts Tuesday MUNSAN, Korea W — The cutback in neutral nation inspection teams operating in , South Korea will go into effect next Tuesday, it wa* announced today. Maj, Gen. Harlnn C. Parks, senior "U. N. member ol the Neutral Nation Supervisory Commission, •aid the teams at Taegu and Kang- nun? will be pulled out entirely. The teams at Pusan, Kunsan and Inchon will be cut by at least 50 per cent. The reduction was authorized by the Military Armistice Commission Aug. 29. Representatives of Sweden, Switzerland, Czechoslovakia and Poland are on each truce team. Families still bases would be mainly in .Rabat— the best protected spot in Morocco. MacARTHUR (Continued from Page 1) opposed war trials, both in Nuernberg and Tokyo. "Their intent, of course, was to establish higher moral standards for the waging of war. I don't think they have succeeded in bringing about those high motives," the g eral said. MacArthur said the United States objected to Shigemitsu's trial as a war criminal. Russia, however, insisted he be tried and threatened to drop out of the war trials if Sfcigemitsu was set free. "It was a tragedy that they did not," MacArthur added. Shige.TiitsM was paroled by MacArthur, over the protests of Russia, after serving two years. Recalling the grim moment of surrender, Sliigemitsu remarked: "I didn't think then that I would be here now." US Jets Movo To Formosa TOKYO UR — F86F Sabre Jets of the U. S, 18th Fighter Bomber Wing began deploying from Okinawa to Formosa today for 30 days of mobility training on the Chinese Nationalist island, the Air Force said. The move poises the entire striking might of the 18th on Nationalist territory for the second time since the Formosa crisis started. { The I8th was on Formosa in force; Scouts during the Tachen Islands evacua-' tion last winter. Harrison Re-Elected Trustee of College A. S. (Todd) Harrison, Blytheville attorney, .was recently re-elected to a new three-year term as a member of the Board of Trustees of Arkansas College, a Presbyterian college at Batosville. She's the First WASHINGTON (ff>\ — A World War II Wac has moved into the one time summer home of Abraham Lincoln and established herself as the first woman to take up residence at the U. S. Soldiers' Home. Moving in yesterday, Miss Regina C. Jones became the only woman among 1,800 men at the home. Bible School Begins CARUTHERSVILLE — An eight- day Family Bible School, with ciass- for all age groups, begins Sunday night at* the Presbyterian Churc'h at McCnrty community. Everyone is invited to the 7 to 9 p.m. services. Inducted To Head Grange FAYETTEVILLE. Ark. :fr — James L. Moore of Gateway, Bonton County, was re-elected yesterday as state master of the Arkansas Grange. CARUTHERSVTLLE — Three Ca- riiUiersviUe Boy Scouts were among more than 50 Scouts inducted into j (lie Golden Sun Honorary Camping i Society of Southeast Missouri at . Camp Lewellen, near Silva, recent: iy- The boys were Jerry Burge, Prank ' Hainby and Ted Slreete. WELL STACKED—Members of the National Model Railroad Association, convening in Baltimore, Md., ride on the famous "Lafayette" locomotive of 1837, which is pulling an "Imlay" coach of the same era. The "armchair railroaders" were treated to a day of real-life railroading, past and present, by the Eastern Railroad Presidents Conference. QUITE A "THING"—This fearsome-looking monster is the Marine Corps' latest antitank weapon. The "land-going destroyer" is called "Ontos," a Greek word meaning "The Thing." Developed by the Army, Ontos carries six 106-mm. recoilless rifles, four 50-caliber spotting rifles and one 30-caliber machine gun. Before firing the forward-aiming recoilless rifles, Marine crews draw a bead with the spotting rifles. All six 106-mm. rifles may be fired ~i salvo. Ontos is called a hit- and-run weapon because nfter firing, the' vehicle runs quickly for cover to reload. Its Genera! Motors H5-h.p. engine speeds it at 40 m.p.b, Ontos will be produced at the Allis-Chalmers' Ea Porfe, Ind., plant. Adenauer Holds Little Hope For Moscow Trip BONN, Germany (/?)— Chancello Konrad Adenauer gave little hope today that his impending mission to Moscow would solve the thorny question of German reunification. Adenauer returned to Bonn after telling 10,000 persons in the Ruhr city of Bochum last night that no linal decision on German unity could be reached in Moscow because it was an issue for the Big Four powers to deal with. The chancellor said the unity problem would be "merely discussed" during his stay in the Soviet ipital. 12 Feared Dead In Plane Crash ANCHORAGE, Alaska W — Five crew members and seven passengers were believed killed Thursday night when a crippled Air Force C47 crashed and burned trying to return to an emergency airstrip northwest of here. The passengers were Air Force personnel. The plane belonged to the 509th Base Flight Squadron at Elmendorf Air Force Base. fee Box Tragedy DETROIT tf) — Two young Detroit children suffocated when they were trapped in an unused ice box vesterday. They were Marvin Jones, 4. and his 3-year-old brother, Michael. Sen. Michaelis to Italy WASHINGTON (^ — The Army las assigned Brig. Gen. John H. Michaelis, onetime aide to Gen. Eisenhower, to Italy. Michaelis is expected to command the U. S- 'orces there. IKE (Continued from Page 1) later that reports began to ge tinto print that there actually had been no wedding, .and that Zhukov apparently had no daughter. The photograph of Zhukov and his family and the marshal's note to the President add up to a "pretty good rebuttal" of those reports, Hagerty told newsmen yesterday at Eisenhower's vacation headquarters here. Hagerty would not disclose the text of the Zhukov note. Eisenhower has not replied to Zhukov, Hagerty said, but did ask Charles E. Bphlen, the U. S. ambassador to Moscow, to thank the marshal for the photograph. Negro Deaths No Hearings In Circuit Court CARUTHERSVILLE—No Circuit Court hearings were held in the 38th Judicial District, comprising Pemiscot and New Madrid counties, ihis week because of Judge Joseph Allen's request for retirement. Allen, of New Madrid, is in ill health and has decided not to serve any longer. With two years of his term left, the Democratic Central Committee will make recommendation soon as j to who Missouri Governor Phil Donnelly should appoint as successor. Reliable sources said Fred Henley, 44, Caruthersville attorney, probably will be recommended. Trial for A. J. Baxter of Stubtown, charged with selling liquor on Sunday, had been set for trial yesterday. Lemon C. Crawford Services for Lemon C. Crawford, 70, who died last Saturday at his home east of Armorel, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at St. e's Baptist Church by Rev. O. D. Dodson. j Burial will be at Can- Cemetery,; Armorel, under the direction of laston Funeral Home. Survivors, in addition to his widow, Johnnie B. Crawford, include two daughters. Ida May Sheffield and LuVerne Mosby, both of Michigan lily, Ind., and two sons, Jack Crawford, st- Louis and Lemon Crawford Jr., Blytheville. NO LONGER PROFITABLE The sturgeon, hunted extensively because caviar is made from its roe, now is so scarce it does not pay fishermen to set expensive at sea. HEATWAVE (Continued from Page li crops mounted, with serious losses predicted If the hot spell doesn't break soon. Some lemons and Valencia oranges have suffered damage. Isolated damage has been reported to such tender vegetables as tomatoes and string beans. Some nursery stock has been burned but the 20 million dollar a year cut flower crop has not been hard hit as yet. Los Angeles, with a plentiful supply from the distant Colorado River and the high Sierra, continued to use unprecedented amounts of water. However, several less fortunate neighboring communities reported indications of shortages. Residents near the base of the Hollywood Hills were urged to curtail lawn sprinkling so that residents higher up might have sufficient water pressure to meet their demands. Suburban Monrovia declared a state of emergency, curtailing water use by banning lawn sprinkling so that residents higher up might have sufficient water pressure to meet their demands. Suburban Monrovia declared a state of emergency, curtailing water use by banning lawn sprinkling or irrigating between 4 and 8 p.m. daily. Conservation of water was asked in Monterey Park and Arcadia too. Heat sufferers flocked by the thousands to beaches and parks. An extra shift of lifeguards maintained jeep patrols until midnight at Santa Monica as crowds continued to jam the strand after dark. , Los Angeles' big Elysian Park, normally closed at 9:30 p.m., remained open all night so that hundreds might camp out there last night, as they did the night before . Heavy mortality among poultry and rabbits was reported throughout Southern California. San Diego County alone estimated its losses up to 300,000 chickens and turkeys, plus thousands of rabbits. At least 250,000 chickens were reported dead in Orange County. Drought Broken PORTALES, N. M. (#>—Ab French, head of Roosevelt County's drought committe, had about all the storm broke off all his fencepost water he could use, A hail and rain iie'd "swear to between five or six inches of rain, and I think we had rain gauges and he had to use buck- its to measure the water. He said more." May Huldia Williams Services for May Huldia Williams, 86, who died last Saturday at Burdette, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Mt. Olive Church by Rev. Harvey Preston. Burial will be in Sandy Ridge Cemetery under the direction of W. F. Cobb Funeral Home. Survivors include six grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and 12 great-great grandchildren. Minnie Lee Jones Teacher Of PIANO Graduate of Progressive Series Course. St. Louis Degree from American Conservatory of Music, Chicago. Private classes for all ages. ENROLL NOW Studio 807 Chickasawha Phone Poplar 2-2994 RAZORBACK South Highway 61 "Where Friends Meet In Blytheville' Serving the Best Food in Town • Real Barbecue Ribs • Italian Spaghetti • Delicious Sea Foods • U.S. Choice Steaks LONG-HAUL SAVE ON _ TRUCK INSURANCE See— United Ins. Co. Ill W. Alain Ph. 3-6S12 New Homes in Dixie Gardens —Built to Your Specification— You Choose Your Lot and We Will Help You Biuld the Home of Your Dreanis. Large Lots — Paved Streets — City Sewer System — Close to Down Town Go North on Second St. to Missouri For an Appointment Call Kemp Whisenhunr, Realtor 122 W. Walnut Phone 3-4469 PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET FOR FREEZING AND CANNING: PURPLJE HULL CROWDS TEXAS CREAM PEAS Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries Wt 2-2043 Call In De sr Come In 1044 Chick An Invitation Tills Is your personal invitation to visit Blytheville's oldest ready-to-wear shop. We are eager to have you visit us. . . we want to know you better ... we want you to become acquainted with our friendly service . and most of all, we would like to introduce you to the most famous names in ladies fashion . . . names that have established The New York Store as Blytheville's most popular fashion center since 1909. 218 W. Main Phone 2-2132 In Blytheville Since 1909 J STARRY GET-TOGETHER - Beautiful film star Gina Lolo- brigida watches as her pet chimp tugs on Joe DiMaggio's shirt on a movie set in Paris, France. The retired baseball great wai on his way to visit Palermo, Sicily, where his parents were bom. HELP WANTED Men and Women Cabinet Makes, Bench, Machine, and Finishers. Experienced and Inexneri-enced. APPLY SEPTEMBER 5th THROUGH 10(h 9:00 a.m. through 12:00 noon IN PERSON PARSONS CABINET CO. CROMPTON ST. OSCEOLA Try a Texaco Service Station First Texspray Makei It Easy to Gin Good or Bad Cotton Call Us For Your Cotton Picker and Spindle Oils . . . We deliver anywhere in Mississippi County BOB LOGAN YOUR TEXACO MAN Blylheville Phone 3-3391 Joiner Phone 2121 Professional and Business Men: Don't waste your valuable lime on tedious bookkeeping. We ran do it FOR you at the am:i7iii£lv low cost of only SI per month! No, ive did not make a mistake—we really mean SI per month. Our reirular statements analyze about 30 phases of your dally business activities. Adequate records are vital to your business. Inquire ioday about the D.M.P. and thank the dity you saw this little .ad. Bookkeeping-by-Mail Service DOLLARS-A-MONTH PLAN Box 342 — Osceola, Arkansas HALSELL'S SCHOOL OF DANCING Owned & Operated by Roy E. Halsell 209 ^ 2 W. Main *** Phone 3-6391 REGISTRATION DAY Tuesday, Sept. 6 From 9 a.m. 'til 1 p.m. MISS AI.'lCE GASSAWAT of the Anita Nance Spencer School of Dancing of Memphis will he here to enroll your child so schedules can be arranged for TAP - BALLET - ACROBATIC TOE • MODERN - ADAGIO Why let your child miss out on the wonderful modern advantages now offered at Halscll's School of Dancing. Let them karn dancing as Uuffht with the latest techniques. SEND THEM BACK TO SCHOOL In Acrobat Shoes For Boyi And Girls! We Have Patience, X-Ray and Hare the Sixes for Proper Fit! rov» FRiiNtnr INOI sron Famous Name Shoes Exclusively at KELLY'S In Blytheville • Mademoiselle • Vogue • Kingron • Valentine • Honey Bugs • Jarman • Fortune* • Friendly • Douglas Sec the Largest and Most Beautiful Selection of Fall Shoes We Hhave Ever Show* In RIvtheviMe l ' M O" Convenient Uy-Awn; Plan

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