The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1955 · Page 10
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(ARC? OOURRR NEWS IATURDAY, SEPTEMBER It, MM Forces of Peron Claim Victory In Argentine Revolt <Oon4tnued from Page 1) ov«r the national radio network by the government press secretary, asserted that "at each moment the situation becomes more favorable for the loyalists." The state radio said the 5th infantry regiment was in Bnliia Vlanca awaiting ••important reinforcements" to attack the insurgents. Rebel forces claimed yesterday they had captured Bahia Blanca, a big wheat port. Eight Argentine naval vessels, which apparently had supported the rebel side, took refuge across the road Bio de la Plata at Uruguayan porst. Gov. Salvador Anania of Eva Peron province, which adjoins Buenos Aires province on the west, said today "complete calm" pre- Benson Should Quit, Kerr Soys WASHINGTON (/P) — Sen. Kerr (D-Olcla) said today Secretary of Agriculture Benson should be removed from office because he is "directly responsible" for the continuing decline in farm income. Kerr made plain in an interview that he does not think President Eisenhower will fire Benson, long a prime target of Democratic criticism. The senator said Benson's removal would require a "political operation"—a Democratic victory in next year's presidential election which, Kerr said, is the only hope for the nation's farmers. Kerr declared Benson is "still playing hop, skip and jump with the "welfare of the American farmer" and is trying "to hypnotize th« farmers into thinking they're vailed throughout his territory. The governor said troops of the 13th cavalry regiment in Santa Rosa, provincial capital, and the 3rd mounted artillery regiment from the town of General Pico had left early today for Bahia Blanca. He said the troops would join the 5th infantry regiment for an attack on naval rebels at Puerto Belgrano and Punta Alta. Tide Turning The government broadcast claimed the tiue was running in the loyalists' favor at all points mentioned. The broadcast insisted the Argentine navy was loyal to the Peron regime and that the main fleet was anchored at Puerto Madryn, 600 miles south of Buenos Aires, 'lliis claim of naval loyalty conflicted with rebel claims the fleet , was steaming northward in battle j formation to join the revolutionists. The rebels have claimed since last night they controlled much of southern Argentina, plus strategic Cordoba province and its capital, the city of Cordoba. A rebel radio station calling itself the "Force of Freedom" broadcast today from Cordoba. It ordered business to return to normal in Cordoba city. The broadcast warned that anyone caught spreading false rumors "would be shot on'the spot." It claimed the insurgents are not aligned with any political party and "are not the instruments of the ambition of anyone." It declared that "only God and the Fatherland guide our steps." GRIM "PIES"—Looking like a tray of pies fresh out of a baker's oven are the still-glowing Standard Oil Refinery storage lanks at Whiting, Ind., five days after fire and explosions started among them. Residents cvacuted from 2500 homes have relumed to the area. Aerial view was taken from a low-flying plane. Oh, Yet—Seats LONDON I/B — A British airline asked 300 passengers in a questionnaire: "Are you in favor of back- well off, at he's been doing for 21= i ward or forward facing seats?" years." Nearly half replied: "Yes." SHORTS STORY—Wearing the latest in keep-cool attire are these two clergymen attending the national convention of Episcopal Young Churchmen at Carleton College in Northfield, Minn., south of Minneapolis. In <-;hoits are the Rev. Donald T. Oftkes of Cincinnati, Ohio, left, and the Rev. J. M. Murchison of Detroit, Mich, FARM LOANS ix Star Feature 1, No brokerage fees to pay 2, No stock to purchase 3, An opportunity to establish credit with a large insurance Co. that Is and has been for many years a permanent Icndor in this territory 4. Long time low interest rate 5. We pay the appraisal and attorney fees 6. Quick service, fast closing. We close loans before most rani pantos make their inspections. For Information, See, Call or Write LOGAN FINANCE CORP. Lynch Building IS.ythevUlc, Ark. Phone 2-2034 Exclusive Agent for American United Life Insurance Co. REDS (Continued from Page 1) Peiping to help them get out. Buol was captured at the ilengtze airstrip 140 miles south of Kunming in January 1950. He was a Marine transport pilot in World War II. A Chinese Communist spokesman charged in May 1954 that Buol was "assisting Chiang Kai-shek's brigands to wage civil war against the Chinese people." Father Rigney told reporters yesterday the Reds got him to admit he was a spy "according to their definition but not from an American standpoint." I said sure I,had spied—from their point of view what I did was spying but not fro man American standpoint. They accused me of being a State Department, intelligence or government agent, which I denied." Rickett declared as soon as he crossed the border that he had spied for the United States in the Chinese civil war and is convinced the Americans used germ warfare in the Korean conflict. He hailed the "lenient" treatment he had received at the hands of the Communists. Rickett's wife Adele, released from China last February, was Communists. She declared she had been guilty of spying and that her husband's offenses were graver. Truck Turns White JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (/P)— A collision shattered 12 gallons of bleach in Everett G. Lain's pickup truck. He was unhurt but the inside of the truck turned white. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that application for a building Permit has been filed by J. C. Lowe in the City Clerk's office, to construct a one story concrete b'lock building 28 x 48 feet, to be used as a service station, on Lot 11 & West 25 feet of Lot 12, Block B, Morris Addition to the City of Blytheville. Any objections to the erection of the above building lo be used as a service station should be made in writing and, filed with the City Clerk with in 30 days. Dated: 9/16/55 CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, A. L. WOOD, City Entrineer. 9/17 Paint Closeout Many Types and Colors \ Price Hubbard Hardware Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply All Your Clothing Needs: • Uniforms • Belts • Caps • Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner - Clothier - Tailor Blytheville, Ark. Negro Deaths Pearl Sims Services for Pearl Sims, 13, will be conducted at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Nemiah Temple Church by Bishop M. Jones, pastor. Burial will be in Mi,. Zion Cemetery with Castron Funeral Home in charge. : She died Wednesday at her home | on South Second St. Surviving are two sons Allen Sims • of Kokomo, Ind., and Elder prank Sims of Blytheville; and one daughter Ethel Cook of Chicago. Pink Young Services for Pink Young 44, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow in New Bethel Baptist Church in Magnolia, Ark. Burial will be in Magnolia with Caston Funeral Home o! Blytheviile in charge. He was found dead, apparently of a heart attack, in his auto on North Franklin Street last Monday. Surviving are his wife, Thelma Young, his mother Exies Jamison and one sister Daisy Lee Hauls of Magnolia. Negroes Held On Rope Charge MEMPHIS, Term, (fl—A sheriff's lieutenant said last night four Memphis Negroes have admitted taking part in the abduction and rape of a white woman. Lt. John Carlisle said two othei Negroes were being sought in connection with the case. Of the four in hand', he added, two are juve. niles. No charges have been filed. Carlisle said the 36-year-old woman, whose identity was withheld, was taken from her white escort or a rural road near Memphis early last Monday and raped by at least five of the Negroes involved. The lieutenant said one of the prisoners, Thurman Coleman, 16, admitted he served as the lookoui but denied any part in the rape. Coleman implicated the five other Negroes, Carlisle added. Rosa Williams Services for Rosa Williams, 59, were incomplete today pending arrival of relatives. She died yesterday at her home on South Lilly Caston Funeral Home is in charge. False Claims BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (#)— FrankShinee, who has some uranium claims in Kern County, sent his representative, Jack Adams, to check up on them. Back came a postcard from Ad- | ams: "Having wonderful time. Wish j uranium were here." Correction Adults admission price was incorrectly listed in yesterday's Courier News as 75c. it should have been Adults 45? DELTA DRIVE-IN MOVIE Osceola, Arkansas MOONLIGHT DRIVE-IN Located 1 Mi. South Haytl, Mo. on Highway 61 TONIGHT! - September 17 Coffee and Donuts FREE after Midnight PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries The Finest in BEEF, VEAL, LAMB, PORK Genuine Hickory Smoked Country Ham Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In We Deliver Come In 1044 Chick Obituary Father of Local Woman Succumbs Services for Clyde R. Woodring, of Walnut Ridge, father of Mrs. Harold Nunn of Blythevllle, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Higgingbotham Funeral Home in Walnut Ridge. Hot Weather To Stay Awhile By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS • The late summer heat wave over the middle part of the country appeared likely to continue over the weekend. Temperatures ranged from the high 80s up to 100 degrees over the Midwest yesterday and more of the same was the outlook for today and Sunday. Highest reading was 100 at Hill City, Kan. It was 97 in Sioux City. Iowa, and Chicago's 92 marked the 43rd day this year with temperatures of 90 or higher, a record. The old mark was 42 days of 90 or higher in 1953. Ike and Friends Play Golf, Bridge DENVER (#)—Vacationing President Eisenhower today put golf and bridge with a group of visiting friends at the top of his weekend, calendar. The President had only one scheduled engagement at his temporary office at Lowry Air Force Base office. John McCome of Los Angeles, undersecretary of the Air Force in 1950-51, arranged to cal Ito pay his respects. * FREEDOM AHEAD — Barefoot six-ye^r-old Hens takes good care of his little sister, Liesel, 3, 31 a Red Cross refugee camp in Berlin. The young- , sters were waiting for their parents to go through the necessary screenings before they could enter West Germany. Give Your Child Something Educational and Entertaining for Xmas, a set of Child World Books. Call 3-1152 for Demonstration. You Are Invited! ...to meef the SPECIAL RIPRtSlNWIVE of KAHN WLORIHG CO. of Indianapolis Mr. Martin Robertson Will Be In Our Store All Day. MONDAY, SEPT. 19 l?l OOTDWuTO .... to see the traveling display of distinctive fall and winter fabrics from C/fluor.? of C/ine (^lollies Mr. Jim Scoff Will Be In Our Store All Day TUESDAY, SEPT. 20 R.D. HUGHES CO. Horn* Owned and Operated Mason Day Walter Day' Timt for Preacher TONKAWA, Okla. W—Everything was In readiness for the Sunday service at the First Method!* Church, except the minister wu mining. A phone call revealed tha Rev. Ray tawler had been taking hto time because his clock WM 15 minutes off. He rusehed to Uw puJ> pit and began the service. SALESMAN WANTED For Office Machine Sates to represent a National concern. Previous experience in retail selling, insurance canvassing, or allied lines will be helpful, but not absolutely necessary. Must be between ages 24 to 30. Write a short history giving: your education, experience and marital status. Also include three references as you will be bonded. Reply to Box X-6, c/o Courier News. MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope 1 Presented in High-Fidelify Optical Sound! SATURDAY Double Feature jAU.M!fffi5AL-INTE8«ATIONM, PiCfUfiE -1 _ AND — K te ILrini »nrt »w«f^ rf -Frw foi It (Vatr* OTflNnW! Also Cartoon & Serial "Panther Girl of Congo" No. 1 Sat. Owl Show Starts 11:30 "PARIS MODEL" With -Marilyn Maxwell SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature ALSO CARTOON SEND THEM BACK TO SCHOOL In Acrobat Shoes For Boyt And Girls! We Havt Patience, X-Ray and Have the Siiet for Proper Fit! Famous Nam* Shoes Exclusively at KELLY'S In Blytheville • Mademoiselle • Valentine • Fortunet Vogue Honey Bugs Fiiendly Kington Jarman Douglas FRirNDir SNOf STORl See the Largest and Most Beautiful Selection of Fall Shoes We Hhave Ever Shown In Blytheville """ °" r Convenient Lay-Away Plan

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