The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 8, 1952
Page 5
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MAT 8, (AM.) COURIER JOFWl American Strength Found Wanting In Strategic Middle East Nations kf L. ». CUAKAI.FK CAIRO IAV—Ttw Amorlcnn policy of creating "tltuatfons of strength" to m*«t Communist aggression is conspicuous by it* absence In the Middle East. A diligent six-week search in Lebanon. Jordan, Syria, T. r a q, Saudi Arabia and the oil-rich Persian Gulf states (or American "situations of strength" was ft failure. There are no modern American tanks, planes, guns or ammunition In this strategic million square •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••PC** ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE Phone 4621 Show Starts Weekday* 7:30 p.m. Sat. Sun. 1:00 p.m. THURS.-FRI. DOUBLE FEATURE! •M CM1M • HOKC XOmi Will MY1S • HUK< ttlit MMSTMtt HMtt ~.MMWJ Atoo Cartoon & Comedy Opem 6:30 p.m. — Show Starts at Dusk 1 Shows Every Night! mil«. Ther« ii not i single American military mission attached to any of the Arab forces. Not one Arab slate will openly support > Middle East Defense Command with the United States In charge. Nor will ihe Arabs at present accept any other Western - - „ . J h«*d ncti a command. i Evtry»-h«r« Arab leader* Bdlrf:' "Give us arms »nd we'll defend ourselves," No arms hnv« been «nt (roni (he United Stales. So far as It Is known none have been committed. One o( the reasons the Arabs will not accept a Middle East Command under the United stales 01 any other Western power Is the fear that Israel would be included. Not a single Arab, high or low, was found who did not llatly declare that Ihe creation of Israel was Ihe work of American Zionists supported by the United States govermnem. One of the reasons the United States will not send arms to the THURS.-FRI, First Showing in Blytheville . A MNOFIN. OF HEROES a* A WOMAN IN LOVE... thwart Shtrman't March to th* Seat DRUMS JN THE DEEP SOUTH HAMES IMIMA CUT PJ 1 *!!'!*!! 0 ,!'!!*^!!, Also Cartoon & Come<iy Mother's Day Special Pretty Summer Sheer 51-15 Eirst Quality Hose Sizes 8 Through 11 Limit 3 Pair to a Customer KELLEYS Your Friendly Shoe Store in Blytheville ON MOTHER'S DAY ADORN HER WITH , Jewels in Nylons "S p I E n tf o u r" GDTTIU Spider -web nrlon lacs, nylon net lined, lavished over Ihe left hall of bodice. Billowy skirl wafled to Iha fascinating waist yokr In RCH- erous gainers, front ann bark. Sizes: 32 In 40, fascinating rolors. See Our Selection of Munsing- . wear Slips Dick Cont/no Soys He'll Be Good Soldier LOS ANGELES W) — Thirteen months ago Dick Conlino fled Ft, Ord, Calif., later claiming lie suffered from panic claustrophifl—"I en n't stand to be fenced in." Today Pvl. Dick Contlno reports at Ft. Oirl for basic training. The former M.000-a-\veek accordionist, who served 4S months in a federal prison fnr draft evasion was Inducted into the Army yesterday. "I'd like to entertain troops, 1 ' lie ?-nid. "Show business is my life. Rm I'm pning to do what they tell me I simply wanl to be a. good soldier.' Yankees Having Cold Weather By Tbf Associated Prei* It was more summer-like weather for mast of the Southern half ot the country today but It u-a« cold, cloudy and rainy In th« Northern areas. Light rain fell In parts of Nes England, the Western Great Lakes region and In South Dakota anrt Nebraska \ve5Uvard across the Central Rock Mountains to the Oregon Coast. It was a little cooler In the extreme Sou'thu'PsL section of the i country but no cooling was reported in other Southern areas. It was a hot 104 at Presidio. Tex., yester- i day. Grain Storage Program Is Hit WASHINGTON W>-6fn. Aiken (R-Vt.) said today he believed » Senate Investigation of the government grain storage program has shown poor administration that needs correction. He told « reporter the farm aid program, on the basis of evidence taken so far. apparently suffered from a "severe attack of msil-ad- ministratlon more than from any defects of law." "Nothing has been shoyn up to now In testimony that improved ad- rninlstralion could not corrert." he said, adding that there is iNrum tence at various levels of operation. Head Courier Ne»-s Cln.',sltien Ads Compotta Picture h RALBIOK. N. O. (/TV- Th» 8tM« Prisons Department and the Paroles Commission have drawn up a composite picture of North Carolina's average, prison Inmate. He Is almost 2« but has • mental age ot H. Mr. Average Prisoner stands 5 feet 9, Is married, and dropped out, of school after the fifth Erade. He Is serving about five, years and nine months for a crime commit tert In a »mall or rural community. The figures also show that throughout the state's prison *sys- lem Ihc number of white admissions Is outnumbering Negro admissions. This is a reversal of prewar trends and hat caused Prisons Director Walter Anderson to stale he must convert some of his Negro camps to camps for whites. Tanker Explodes At Dockside CHELSEA, Maw. -T^ t.nkw Harold Rflinauw exploded »t iU dock yesterday, Injuring BJX p*r- nB. one a woman 3t>0 yards avay The force of the blwt hurled • five-ton section of the veawl 78 yards onto K busy thorough**™. Tlie sklpp«r, John M. Pyre of Bi-pucr, Me., estimated damiR* at half a million dollars, On« crewman said he believed the explosion wa* caused by a aparlc trom an acetylene torch. Powerful Strife* A stroke of lightning was measured, In Montana, and for ft moment it carried AO times more power than 111 at of atl the nation'! aenerating stations. Sucre, the capital of Bolivia. IE , 12.0DO feet above sea level anrt is ! the highest capital of a nation in the world, t-nys the National Geo- , , graphic Society. \ Arab slates, a hi?h dlplomatir ' source said, (s the fear that they •-nil attack Israel. j I And an Arab leader interviewed 'ater said "we might." ' The diplomat added the United States is not sufficiently convinced ; the Arabs would stand lip and i fight once they had the arms, "and we don't want to supply our enemy with arms throuch capture." The comparable British position is much better, excluding the dispute with Egypt. Any thrust Into the Middle East would find the decisive battles fought somewhere along the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. A treaty gives Britain two air bases in Iraq and the necessary communications to support the fields. Britain has another treaty with Jordan, whose Arab legion at about 40.000 is acknowledged to be the t equipped and trained force in the Arab world. If war should come to the Middle East the British will have to bear the .brunt of the initial attacks. 1 beautiful sHrcllon o[ Muntini- fear Brlrfs, In plain or lace trim l>lcs lo plcaje any mother. Sizfs i-7. White anrt FlnX. " town. Tuckln? from the nitfid front waist rnke break* Into soft rlppllnir fullno** over the arlfull.v rrns.M'cl r-nrck hori Ice- Dainty, rolled hem. Nice lEsortment of colors. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. LAST TIMES TON1TE "STRANGERS ON A TRAIN" Farley Granger Ruth Roman & Robt. Walker FRIDAY "WHEN 1 GROW UP" Bobby Driscoll. Robert I'rcslon & Martha Scoll SATURDAY "RENEGADE TRAIL" William Boyd & George "Gabby" Hayes NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. nw; Sal. & Sun. Phone 58 LAST TIMKR TONITE "Model & The Marriage Broker' Jeanne Crain Scott Brady FRIDAY "BRANDED" Starring Allan I.add SATURDAY 'BLACK LASH' New Summer Classics By Prissy Missy v/l^-0 \hpi/ Smart '2-Piecer' Is this two-piece sundress of Fuller's Playtone. Halter t o p with hare midriff. Elasticized waistband on both halter and. skirt In several contrasting colors. Colors: I,ime with jade, coral, Rrape, lime; tangerin* with lime, brown, grey, tanger-' Ine, and gold with royal, tangerine, jade, gold. Sizes 7 to 12. Crisp Chambray Of combed chambray. Twn piece dress with full swing skirt and Rleevcless blouse. Tabs on pockets and on mandarin collar. Hib- biin bow al neck. Contrasting stitching on hlousr. {^olnrs: Brown, blue, and green. Sub- teen sizes: 8 to 14. §75 Multi-Check Chambray Is Ibis mtilli-check tissue chambray one piece dress with short sleeves and narrow ruffle trim on collar and front. Velveteen belt. Luscious rolors. Colors! Lime, purple with purple bell; grey, rose with rose belt; aijd brown, yellow with brown bell. Girls' sizes: 7 to 12. Whitsitt's LaBelle Shop

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