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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI TOL. LI—NO. 152 Blytheville Courier Blythevllle Daily Newt Blytheville Herald Mississippi Valley Leader BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1955 SIXTEEN PAGES Except Sunday SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS NEIGHBORHOOD CHOW LINE—These seven puppies, owned by Freddy and Jimmie Edwards Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Edwards of 1025 Walnut, have to root for their milk from baby bottles—and tliere aren't enough to go around. The pups, now about two weeks old, were orphaned at only two-days-old when their mother was killed, the pups don't lack for attention however. The whole neighborhood has taken an interest in seeing that they get well taken care of, and feed- time usually attracts a large crowd. In above photo, neighborhood boys help hold the bottles for the 4pm. feeding. They are (left to right) Dick Ritchey. Freddy, Jesse Taylor and Jimmie Jr., (Courier News Photo). Red China Frees Two U.S.Women First Stage Of Repatriation Is Completed By GENE KRAMER HONG KONG (AP) — The first stage in the repatriation of 41 American civilians from Communist Criina neared completion today with the release of two American women mis-) sionaries'after 4-1/2 years' im-' prisonment. • The women were Miss Sarah! Perkins, 63, a native of Tennile,! Ga., and Miss Dorothy Mfddleton, i 34, of Cicero, 111. Miss Perkins is: a Presbyterian. Miss Middleton aj Lutheran who worked at a leper colony. Of ihe 10 Americans ihe Com-! munists announced would be freed; ifrom jail or house arrest, only I Dilmus T. Kanady, a cotton dealer j from Houston, Tex., remained to; come across. ' Argentine Peace Talks Begin After Peron Quits '/one' Heads Seaward After One Final Flutter But Storm Postpones Title Fight Good Weather, Big Crowds Seen For NEA District Fair Northeast Arkansas', District Fair, opening its gates for the 1955 edition at 5 p.m. to-; day, faced prospects of continued warm and favorable weather with only a possibility of scattered thundershowers during the opening days j _— + The fair was expected to attract; targe crowds beginning with thej By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Storm - jittery northeastern 1 states heaved a huge sigh of oteA^icTs previo S u as ,y "denied j relief today as skittish Hurri- exit permits were free to leave i cane lone headed out to sea China and that machinery had; after a final flutter just Off- been set up to provide the "expe-i S [i 0re a [ Norfolk. Va. Near noon the Washington Weather Bureau said the tempest was well out in the Atlantic and way from the coast. diuous" release of 19 others under detention. None of these has arrived yet in the free world. Only Americans missionaries were i Tone's position was pegged at 200 The women he only American passengers on ihe daily train from Communist miles east of.Norfolk. However, to be on the safe^ side, Canton. As they crossed the 200-j the bureau cautioned most of the foot freedom bridge to British ter-! New England Coast to stay on the ritory, they were met by U. S. Vice! alert lest winds from the erratic Consul Robert Aylward, Hong j lone cause trouble. Kong Police Supt. A. L. Gordon; Beiore heading seaward, the and American and British Red. storm had taken at least five lives Cross officials. j — all in North Carolina — and "1 have a lot to thank the Lord; caused property damages of mil- for," Miss Middleton said. } iions in the same state. Some crops .'s so ':u. ! to be on free soil," j were badly hit. See RED CHINA an Page 16 As UN Session Begins: US Seeks Support In Fight to Keep Red Chinese Out By TOM I10GE first full day of activity tomorrow Though fair secretary, Rawleigh! Sylvester, pointed out that good; weather probably meant smaller, crowds during the day due to cot-' ton picking. | But large crowds were expected! for ' the anticipated warm nights,! with two major entertainment at- j tractions scheduled for five night shows, in addition to the Tivoli mid-way show. First grandstand show will be tomorrow night at 8 o'clock when Aut Swenson and his dare-devil drivers present "Thrilicade." A second performance of Thrill- cade will be given Thursday night UNITED NATIONS, N. V. (API — As U. N. delegates j with a ™* shw "stare ° ver lcc gathered for the opening today of the 10th General Assem-1 ° unen £L S' v bly. the United States marshaled support to knock down anyj ^ Record fresh Soviet bid to seal Communist China. j The ^ ;, mstaridmg thing about Red China Issue, which 1 the 20-nntion Latin-American bloc j the fair so far this year, has been The comes up each year, was rx to get another test as soon as the acting president, J. M. H. A. Luns •ctedion China representation, the Secur-j the huge increase in livestock en-' Arkansas stn-.e line which claimed ; theMty Council election and other is-i tries, Sylvester said. ."By iar the: the lives of two small Blytheville ' largest number we've ever had i brothers. Mexican Gets Six Months, $1,000 Fine Amado Garcia Martinez. 24, was given fines totaling $1,000 and sentenced to six months in jail this morning after he pleaded guilty to separate charges of driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor and leaving the scene of an accident before Judge Graham Sudbury this morning. Five hundred dollars of the fine and three months of the jail sentence are to be suspended on good Mexico. behavior. . j However, Hilda all but wrecked | The charges arose out of an ac-1 the city of Tampico, an oil port; cident Sept, 13 near the Missouri-j ou the " Gu ]f O f Mexico. There were I Heavy rains fell in Virginia, ana hard winds were felt at many points along the northeastern seaboard. Although Ne\f York City felt little effect, the world championship fiehi between Rocky Marcismo and Archie Moore at Yankee Stadium was postponed. Set for Tomorrow It will go on tomorrow night if the weather permits. Otherwise it will be delayed until Thursday night. Promoters feared that uncertain weather conditions so near fight time might hurt the gate, particularly with many fans due from out of town. As Hurricane lone went swirling j off to the east, an older sister j Jjlilda, died out early today in the | rugged north central mountains of; Ex-Dictator Flees; Army Takes Over By SAM SUMMERLIN BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Argentina's new army government began peace talks today with the rebel forces whose revolt ended Juan D. Peron's 10-year dictatorship. Peron was reported to have es- .ped arrest and fled the country. The independent newspaper Clarin said the. dictator's arrest was decided upon in all-night session of top military leaders. But Peron was forewarned so that he could leave the presidential palace and NCPC BEAUTY — IV — Miss Mary Alice McWaters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWaters of Blytheville, is the latest entrant in the National Cotton Picking Contest beauty pageant. She is 17 and a freshman at Ole Miss. She will be sponsored by Langston-McWaters Motor Company. Tickets for the beauty contest to be held at the High School Auditorium Thursday night, Sept. 29, went on sale today at Westbrook's Family Shoe Store and Martin Men's Store. (Courier News Photo) of the Netherlands, rapped the gavel to launch the new session. Chief U.S. Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. expressed confidence the United States hnd lined up enough votes to keep Red China out. Lodge prepared a brief resolution to shelve the issue for 1955. the maneuver which worked at the last session. Diplomats anticipated that Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov. here for his first Assembly since 1946. would make the annual bid to unseat the Chinese Nationalists There was speculation, however, that, the Russians might leave the initiative up lo some other power sympathetic to the peiping regime. Faces Stiff Fight An East-West test of strength was also seen shaping up in the hot contest between the U.S. backed Philippines and Soviet- supported Poland for a Security Council seat. With a number of European members reported favoring another Soviet bloc member on the council, the United States faced a stiff fight. Molotov was all smiles as he told reporters yesterday he expects the current session to yield positive results. Lodge also appeared optimistic that the session would be a good one. He conferred last night with The Assembly will swing into! here." its general policy debate as soon Aftter hearing the recommenda* tions of Denuty Prosecuting Attor- A g _ ( - Todd) Harrisoa Judge Sudbury sentenced the defendant. Largest increase is in the num-; , clears aside organizational! her of hogs entered, he said. The! matter?—election of a president, j swine building, usually providing j .p^ Driving while under the in- seven committee chairmen ami 1 ample room for all exhibitors is fili- j f] Uence O f intoxicating liquor Assembly vice presidents—and • • ••• = — -' *--* * '-•- ' adopts an agenda. The presidemail at least 12 persons killed. 350 injured and 15,000 left homeless. Several additional cities were See 10NE on Page 16 expected to be election routine, was with Chile's Jose Maza so far unopposed. Because of the presence of the Big Four foreign ministers. inter- See U. S. on Pace IB am - f] Uence O f intoxicating lquor c d and two additional tents put into! charge carried a fine of S500 and use also are overflowing, he said. • costs and 30 davs in j ail Martinez' Entries in the cattle division also show an increase, particularly in the dairy cattle division. "We think it's a very good omen," Sylvester said. Main reason for the increases, he See FAIR on Page 16 driver's license was revoked for one year and $300 of the fine is to be suspended on good behavior. The charge of leaving the scene Benson Promises Strengthening Of Farm Aid Program NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Secretary of Agriculture Ben NCPC Parade Judges Named NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Secretary of Agriculture Ben general and one of the fallen dic- Ploat judges to; the 16th annual: jd t d fte administration Will continue to Strengthen tator's hencemen, "had ben in- ational Cotton Picking Contest pa- . ™ rtr , mc h,,f ^rfarorf i, will rmt h» "ctamnprtpH formd the talks ai: BULLETIN BUENOS AIRES WV-The rebel Argentine radio broadcast a call today to the Insurgent navy to halt the escape of President Juan D Peron. It said h« was Seeing to Asuncion (Paraguay,) on a Paraguayan gunboat. The rebel broadcast said it had been learned that the fugitive president is aboard a vessel named the Humaita. flee ihe country by air, the newspaper said. There was speculation that he had gone to Paraguay. A junta of generals took command of the government as a cli- maX to the four-day revolt that overthrew Peron. They quickly announced peace talks with the rebel forces. The generals also moved rapidly to tighten their control on Buenos Aires after rebel reports that the six-million-member General Federation of Labor — the backbone of Peron's popular support — Is planning a general strike. With such a strike Argentine labor returned Peron to power in 1945 after a military clique had jailed him. The rebel radio at Bahia Blanca. 325 miles southwest of Buenos Aires, said the CGT "is preparing secretly, under the inspiration of Peron, a general revolutionary strike for dawn to restore the tyrant, betraying all pledges." No Work Today The state radio soon after said there would be "no work" in the capital today, but several hours later a broadcast communique from the junta called on the workers to remain calm and resume work. The communique singled out the CGT, saying that Hector Hugo Di Pierto, the federation secretary Nail DWI Tops Docket Of Traffic Cases In state cases heard yesterday in Municipal Court. Silvan Littles was fined $100 nnd costs and 24 hours In Jail aflcr he pleaded guilty to a chargn of driving while under the influence of intoxicating lifjuor. Gerald Boren forfeited bond of $122.25 on a similar charge. Morris Dees forfeited bonds of $19.75 each on charges of following too closely and failure to yield the right of way. James R. Birth forfeited bond of $50 on a charge of reckless driving. ,Nea! Baker forfeited $19.75 bond on a charge of having an improper vehicle license. Arlan Cllne, Hollis Lindsey and Jim Ewell nil forfeited $19.75 bond on charges of speeding. Henry Doaler forfeited bond of $19.75 on a charge of following another car too closely. Cecil W. Wlngfleld forfeited bond of SI9.75 on charges of passing « •topped Mbool bui. France Elects to Oust Sultan of Morocco PARIS (AP) — France today officially .resolved to remove the Sultan of Morocco and replace him vvith a three-man regency for an indefinite period of governmental reform. In a stormy, three-hour meeting f the French Cabinet authorized Premier Edgar Faure and his minister for Moroccan nnd Tunisian affairs, Pierre July, to name the three regents. This decision was taken when the French nominee. Gen. Mohammed Si Kittani Ben Hammon, formally refused a post as regent. Both Faure and July told newsmen they would make their choice 01 regents today and include this in detailed instructions to the French resident General, Pierre Boyer de Latour du Moulin. Ends Debate The cabinet's decision to allow Faure and July to pick the regents ended days of debate within the French government itself, and between French and Moroccan lead- ei s, on the choice of the third regent. Both sides had earlier agreed that two of them would be the former Pasha of Sefrou, Si Bekkal, an independent nationalist, and El Mokri, grand vizier or prime minister of Morocco. Under Fnure's plan the three regents are to Install a new government of national union, including representatives of the principal nationalist movements. This Is part of R progrflin for a reconstruction of French-Moroccan relations which Fnure hopes will end months of bloodshed and violence In-the North African protec- The foi'mnl decision to go ahead with the program came as the U.M. General Asnomhly was preparing »M MOROCCO •• Fa*• M Truck Drivers Robbed In Two SeMo Thefts CARUTHERSVTLLE — More than SI,300 was taken in two holdups in Pemiscot County during the past -few days, according to authorities at the county sheriff's office here. Hairy Carmical of Marion, 111., reported he was driving a trucK containing apples north on Highway 61 about six miles south of Hayti at 12:15 a.m. Sunday when two men in a 1854 Chevrolet pulled alongside and told, him they wanted U> buy some apples. Carmical told authorities that he stopped and one of he men put a pistol in his back and robbed him of 1680. Bobby Pounds, Steele truck driver, said he was asleep in his truck at 2 a.m. Friday when a roughly dressed man woke him up and took (681. pounds h»d • truckload of corn. The man then departed with another man In * 1949 Oldsmoblle, Pounds told officers. Clyde Orion, chief deputy sheriff. Mid he had no evidence as to whether the two robberies were done by thi unit ptnou. rade were announced today by Joe I its farm aid programs but dedared it will not be [swing, Jaycee chairman for the • into ill-considered actions." of "an acc7d7nr'cnrrieFa"s50o¥ne parade. ' I Benson said the administration and six months in jail, with S200 j They are Mrs. Philip ueer, Bet- j f eels deep concern over declining of the fine and three months of the! tye Nelle Starr, the R^ ; H.^M. j farm prjces and mcome> but the Starr, the Key. H. iaii «;pntpnrp sitsnpnrlpd riurir^ - Sanford, ihe Rev. James Rainwater, j jail sentence suspended rtunn, Chaplflin Don Maxfie ld. j GOP farm chief added that any will be good behavior. The two jail fen tences are to run concurrently. Edward. Sipes. father of the ic- . by the veighed 'destroy farm govern- chinery prices announced alter a wage increases in the equipment carefully tmion wi u h , markets iflc ,„ ,j {fer t Floats in the parade will be j new steps ta r _. judged on originality, adherence to j mem must jj e cident victims" was asked if he had j the parade theme ("cotton for ev- , , es , , hey any statement or questions to ask; en-thing"), workmanship, artistry, j anci wo ;. k aealnst the long the court. He said he had none. land beauty. ! interests of "agriculture." Juan Trevino and Dionicio Tre- Cash awards for winners will be _ , , a ,„,. ,.,, a $150 first prize, 5100 second prize j Benson also salcl tnat ' as a and.SSO third prize. [spokesman for agriculture m the Any group wishing to enter a j federal government, I'm deeply third industry.. Something Specific The secreatry said in Washington last week that the adminis- vino, passengers in the Marunez' car at the time of the accident, were each fined 525 and costs on charges of public drunkenness but the charge of leaving the scene of an accident against both of them was dismissed on a motion, of the state. Lave something spec- the next Congress to term j mprove the farm income situation, but he did not say what it vould be. "We will not plow under every float may contact Ewing at First! disturbed by any action which National Bank. Several floats al- ! adds even one penny to the pro- ready have been entered, he said. | duction costs of farmers at this The parade will be at 3 Sept. 29. time." He referred specifically to recent increases in farm ma- CHAIN REACTION — The four lads aboye provided ji$st a bout, ft full morning's work for Dr. L. L. Htibener last week. The quartet, all brothers, had their tonsils removed In one continuous operation at Blythfivme Hospital. The mass tonsUec- tom>' took Dr. Uubeucr three hours to perform. The foursome, (left to right) Cleo, Donntc, Carroll and Phillip McDcrmott, sons of Mr, and Mrs. Mayo McDermott, of 518 Park Street, Is shown above resting at home after the operations. (Courier Ncwti Phulo) row little pigs of cotton or sentence execution," he declared in a speech prepared for meeting of the farm equipment institute. He said that policies and programs already adopted by the administration are working to carry agriculture through a postwar adjustment period "to a time when new prosperity will be enjoyed." "This has been a year of serious readjustments for many farmers," he said, "total net income may be down as much as 5 per cent from 1954. "Serious Readjustments" "But you can write this on the back of your order books now — farm prices and farm incomes are going to be higher in the years ahead than they are today." Benson told the machinery men that farmers will find it "extremely difficult" to take increases re- pently announced in machinery prices. Sruntman Hurt At Fairgrounds A stuntman with the 'Thrillcade" dare devil show at the Northeast Arkansas Fair was injured yesterday when struck by falling pipe. Dwight (Andy) Anderson suffered severe lacerations of the groin when a winch cam cable broke and he was struck by a heavy piece of pipe being fitted into a tower used by the show. Anderson, serving his apprentice season with the show, was reported as satisfactory at Chickasawba Hos- plUl today. imed at pacification of the country already have been started with the rebels." Another broadcast communique- called on all government employes to continue performing their duties with "regularity, correctness and efficiency" and to maintain normal administrative activities. The junta did not say where the peace talks with the rebels are taking place, when they started or who is representing the rebels. Previously th commander of the rebel fleet Adm. Isaac Rojas, had been reported planning to enter Buenos Aires Harbor last night aboard the Cruiser La Argentina ror the negotiations. The army commander in chief, Gen. Jose Domingo Molina, appeared to be the new leader of U. junta which took over the reins of government after Peron's resignation yesterday. Army Men Named Molina was mentioned today as the Junta president, whereas pre- See ARGENTINA on Page 16 Weather NORTHEAST ARKANSAS: Partly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and Wednesday with mostly afternoon and evening thundershowers in extreme north. Little change in temperature. High this afternoon mid 90s; low tonight In the 60s. MISSOURI: Partly cloudy thll afternoon, tonight and Wednesday; scattered showers and thundershowers south and west this afternoon continuing northwest tonight and; west and north Wednesday; warmer northeast Wednesday; low tonight near 70 west to middle SOt east; high Wednesday upper KM northwest to lower 90s southeast, Maximum yesterday—03. Minimum this morning—H, Sunrise tomorrow—5:47. Sunset today—e:00. Mean temperature—M.S. Precipitation 24 houn (7 fc.m. M T p.m.)—none. ». Precipitation Jan. 1 M daU—H.M, Thll Date Uit Yiar Maximum yesterday—«, Minimum this mornlnl—78, HI

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