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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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FACE EIGHT Bi,YTHKVJU,E (AKK.) COURIER KkWg Congress Simmers Over Steel Crisis, But Does Little About It WASHINGTON If) — Congres- fcional resentment over govern- rnent handling of the steel wngc- price crisis simmered today but there were no Immediate indications that lawmakers planned to do anything; about H. On the steel front Itself, industry, government, and tlie CIO Steel workers Union were to Hie Commodity And Stock Markets— N.w York Stocks A T and T 154 1-4 Anaconda Copper 433-4 Beth Steel 48 1-8 Chrysler 76 Coca-Cola 1051-2 Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester Radio Bocony Vacuum ... Studebnker Standard of N J .. Texas Corp Sears U S Steel .... 583-4 .... 55 3-4 .... 50 1-8 .... 19 1-8 32 1-8 .... 28 1-4 .... 33 1-4 38 1-8 7-1 3-1 55 1-2 .... 63 38 1-8 PRIMARY {Continued from Page !> troduced a constltutioiinl ninend- ment whfch would set up a mandatory national presidenUnl primary, but that could not become effective before 1956, If adopted. A handful of governors strongly •upported the Douglas plan In their replies to the Rules Committee. VB! Peterson of Nebraska snid, "I am wholeheartedly in agreement with efforts to bring the choice of presidential candidates closer to the people and have cii dor»ed the principle of national primaries." But many other* expressed doubts. Among the*e was Thtwnas X. Dewer of New York, the Re publican nominee for President In IM4 and 1&46. , Speaking "as one who has been through the mill several times," Dewey said the problems Involved to a national primary "would Involve such complex and expensive machinery and campaigns that I have decidedly mixed feelings on ifce subject." He said he viewed with considerable reluctance a plan that would let auch k a primary Influence "the terrifically important problem of the selection of the nominees for briefs with the Supreme Court today in connection with the legality of President Truman's seizure of the steel industry, ArtiUmcnzs arc scheduled for Monday, Two House committees looking into the steel matter recessed their investigations yesterday on an angry but inconclusive note: The House Armed Services Committee left the Tale of an a till- strike receivership bill up in the air, with Rep. Kllclay of Texas, a senior Democratic member, accusing the Truman administration of slnginn a "sitdown" strike against the bill by declining to fur- li.sh witnesses from the Labor nnd Justice Departments, The House Lnbor Committee re- enscd NiUhnn P. Foinsingcr, chuir- '««n of the embnUIcd WURXJ StaUll- .itiilfon Bonn] (W3B)—which one egislnzor said was stacked In favor of labor—nftcr three consecutive (ays of a grilling examination on ho board's controversial reconi- ncndation for a 26-ccnt-Em-hour wage increase package find the un- on shop. The group calls in in- lu.sl.ry members of the board staring Monday, The first witness is! expected to be George Armstrong, )resident of the Texas Steel Com>any of Fort Worth. While Congress continued to raise dust over the WSU's slecl ruling and its historic aftermath, here were these developments in he steel nnd related labor picture; 1. Labor members of the WSB jrgcd public and industry menv Ders to adopt Immediately R policy permUttng additional wage Increases to cover higher worker productivity and annual Improvement, raises for the real of 1052 on contracts negotiated prior to Ole January, 1051, wage freeze. 2. Government efforts to settle the Western Union strike failed again. As negotiations recessed indefinitely yesterday, the company demanded c)lxn!»nUon ol the union shop while the union reduced its demands to nn 18-cent-nn - hour wage increase. 3. The Supreme Court, after fnll- ing to act yesterday, WHS expected to rule today or Nfondny on n request by the three railroad oper- ng- unions to consider the government's 3-ycar-old rail seizure nlony with the steel seizure. 4. FeinHlngcr said the Wuge Blu- biliztillon Bonrci hi due to suspend ail wage controls In the near future on firms employing eight or fewer employes. 5. Hep. Mansfield fD-Monl) told newsmen (hat President Truman thinks both the oil -strike and government operation of the railroads will end soon. 6. Sen, Frank Carlson Ol-Knns), director of the national Eisenhower - for - President headquarters, Indicated address at Mcdford, Ore., that (Jen. D, Eisenhower, is opposed to such Kovcrnmenl actions us seizure of the atecl plants, gATURDAY, MAY 10, 195t Obituaries ALL TANKED UP— Huge new fuel tanks, largest of their typ« ever mounted on a plane. Hive added flight range to the B-47B, Trinity Baptist To Hold Revival A week-long revival will begin Bt Trinity Baptist Church here tomorrow. The Rev. W. E. Edmondson of Armorel will preach nnd the Rev. Dnrld McPeak, pastor of Trinity Baptist, will be song leader. Morning services wll\ be conducted at 7:30 beginning Tuesday and Sunday School will be held nt 7 p.m. throughout the week. Evening services will begin at 7:30. The revival will end May 18, Adiai E. Stevenson of Illinois e«Ued attention to the problems In- Tt>lf*d in a nation-wide primary «*mp*lgn, purticularly on Urn par <rf candidates already holding; another office. Stevenson still i« prominently mentfooed as a possible Democratic nominee for President this year although ha has snicl he is running only for another term as governor. He said "many presidential possibilities will inevitably bo Incumbent* of public otfice and I simply do not see how it is possible lor them to discharge the dudes of their offices properly and at the an me time campaign in each of the 43 stales to the extent necessary to mnke their views sufficiently known for purposes of tin informed election." Some governors" flatly rejected the idea. John S. Battle wired that "Virginia Is capable of determining and j providing proper election proce-' dures and financing her elections 1 without assistance or interference on the pnrt of the federal government." Among the state executives who : expressed an interest in n nationwide presineminl primary bnt sr.ii It would be imprnctic.il this ypfsr was James F, Byrnes of South Carolina. "I think well of preferential primaries." Byrnes said. But he added it was too laAe for the legislature in Irs sini? to do anything about It for the 1952 elections, John S. J ; \nc <jf IV'nn.-ylvr.mn snid lie was "in fnvor of your E-UT- gestion that a uirform pves'den- tial primer: lav.- be Adopted by all states." But. hn !-ai(i, Pennsylvania already hn - ij:i!>jfri Ms National Convention delegates this year. POLITICS 94 Negro Sixth Grade Students To Be Promoted Promotion exercises (or 01 stxtli grade pupils of K!m Street. Robinson nnd Number Nine N'e^ro schools will lie held nl 8 p.m. Monti ny In Hnrison High School gym- nnslum. Slxtli-Knulcrs to be promoted Include 51 from Elm Klrect School. I13 from Robinson nnd seven from Number Nine. Fallowing the overture by the Harrison llluli Scliool bond, the cliissc.*; will present n niusicnl oro- Brnm with Shirley riose Jolmiui, Christine Dryaiit. Ella Lenzy ; Junior Lenny. Ilnttlc Gunby nnti' Emnm U Johnson nmojig those presenting spcclnl numbers. Rev. T. J. Green will clvc the invocation. Presentation of clriEsc.s will be mncfc by Miss Winnie VltRil Turner, elementary school supervisor, with acceptance by George D. Hollls, HnrrLson principal. BlytheviUe ROTC Student to Get Award at U. of A. Jnmcs B. Henry, son of Mr. nnfl Mrs. J. Wilson Henry of Fllythe- vllle, hos been ilcsigiintcil us the outstanding Signal Corps cadet in the University of Arfcnnsiis Reserve Officers Training Corps. It was announcer] todny by the U. of A. Department ot Military Science nnd Tactics. He and 12 other cadets will receive awards in a review of the HOTC units at 11 a.m. Tuesday cm the drill field on the university campus. Mr. Henry's award Is given by the U.S. Veteran signal Corps Association. He !s a senior in Ihe university's College of Business Administration and is R member of Sigma Chi fraternity. (Continued from Page 1& New Yovk, Taft said his prc-con vention drive is about completed except for » few days In South Dakota nnd Jiullana. Elsenhower (old reporters, "if thu people want me for president, they will know where to find inc." Oregon newsmen, surveyed by the Associated Press on the stale's May 1G presidential primary, snld they believe Elsenhower and Ke- fauvor will win. The 18 Rcimbll- can delegates are not buuncl by results of the primary, but the 12 Democratic: delegates nre. George Washington's military service began in 1753 when Gov. Uinwiddte ot Virginia made him a lieutenant colonel of militia. latest model of Uie Boeing slratojel series. Tanks arq, pointed black ontl white so lhal they may easily be recoverd in drop tests. OSCEOLA NEWS % IJcUye Nelle Starr ).. Modi-Is Olni'scn summer flowers in oaslel sharles The complete l!:;t or models for the I'KO Style Sho'V to be staged May in nt 8 p.m. nt the Progressive Club room Is as follows: Mrs. Jim Hyatt, Mrs. Knm Motives. Mrs. Allan ScKnu't-K. Mrs. Jimmie Els amlcr, Mrs. J. n. Ranktn, Mrs. Hen Butler, Jr., Mrs. Dnrrell Crane. Mrs. \V. B. EdrlMBton, Mrs. Ornn Masscy, Miss Karen Young, Miss I'atsyc Bobbins, Miss Evelyn Jean PlKB. Miss Charlotte Driver. Miss Llewellyn White. Misses Sandra and Diane Butler, and Miss Sue Quinn Wilson, all of Osccola and Driver. Mrs. 7,an Williams. Jr., of Jones- horo. Mrs. j. c. Portls of Lepanlo. Mrs. Arch ditchings of Bassetl, Mrs. Bob PUKh, of Joiner, and Mrs. Don Laurie of West Memphis. Miss Joanne Larey and Mrs. R. D. Mcnrs wilt be vocalists, Mrs. Donald Weitz will give pltmo se- cctions during Intermission and will accompany the vocalists. Mrs. Jettie Driver will be commentator. Tickets p.re on s;ile now by the members. Hal!e-on-M:iin wilfspon- sor the event. were evident in the entertaining rooms. A dsscrt course nnd iced tea were served from the dining table. A centerpiece of yellow roses and fern was flanked with yellow ta i- crs. Red roses in n cobalt antique bowl on a marble top table was placed at the entrance. Blue Dutch iris and pink roses were used throughout the Mears home. Mrs. Jasptr Thomason, Mrs. Hob Oillespie and Mrs. Bettye NcIlc Starr played with the members. Mrs. VV. W. Watson vrati high score and Mrs. "I1>omason second high I'EO Meets OSCEOLA — Mrs. David Lanev was hostess to Chapter "O" of PEO sisterhood. Eleven members were jrcsent. Mrs. Lloyd Godley Is attending a PEO convention in Oklahoma. Mrs. Laney served a salad plate and iced drinks at the conclusion of the meeting. Pink and u-hite peonies were used in decorating. Personals Mr. ami Mrs. S. G. Lockhart returned home Sunday nleht after Seniors Fttrd j r,n extended wedding trip" to FlorMi: mid Mrs. V. G. Mann. Mr. and Mrs.' E. H. Mann and Mr. ami Mrs. Russell chiles entertained the senior class, their sponsors and Superintendent nnd Mrs. C. F'. Sanders with a dinner party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Mann Monday night. Ida, Mrs. George Doyle and Miss Mar- Jorie Doyie had for week end guests Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Oliver of Bloomfleld. Mo., and Mrs. c. n Pender of Jackson, Mo. Mr. Oliver is n cousin of Mrs. Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. T. \V. Hunt entertained the Citric' TTl\COT>\KIn T>.,.- Services Held For Victim of Auto Wreck MANILA _ Funeral services for Kctohum, 19. viho was an automobile accident Little River community Van Ray killed in near the Thursday night, were conducted at the Howard Funeral Home Chape here this afternoon. Young Ketchuni, son of Mrs Bertha Ketchiim of Manila, died in an OEceola doctor's office of injuries received when the car K'lilch iie was riding hit loose (travel and overturned on a gravel road near Little River. Pour other passengers in the car were also Injured. However, attendant! at Ration's Clinic here said this morning that the conditions of Williard Hon-cll. 20, and Ben Davis, 17. who were hospitalized after the accident, ivcre 'much Improved." Howell. who suffered a brain | concussion and head lacerations, has torn discharged but Davis, who. sr't-ml a hln dislocation, scalp torfirations <and shock, is still receiving treatment. Floyd Ketchum. 15, brother ol the dead youth and Willford Turner, 15, were less ser- inusly injured. In addition to his brother and mother, young Kelchum is survived bv three other brothers. James. Walter, and Thomas, all of Manila; and five sisters. Mrs. Irene Collins of RiissellvlUe. Ark.. Mrs. Edith Howeil "of Manila, Mrs. Dorothy Ncllc Myers of Chicago and Mrs. Novella Wren of Risen, 111. Father of Blythevitle Woman Succumbs at 84 Louis Newblll. father of Mrs. R. L. Gaines of Blvtheville. died early this morning at Dyershuig, Tenn. He wns 84. Services will be conducted it 3 p.m. tomorrow at Curry Funeral Home in Dyersburg with burial there. Mr. Newbill was a irefluent visitor here. NOTICE Nolle* i* hereby given Uiat the undersigned h« filed with the Department of Alcoholic B»vcrage Control of the State ol Arkansas lor a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as: Mack Suey Yee, 426 Week Ash, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned elates that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of > felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that- no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revolted within five years last pa.it; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be Isi sued for operation beginning on the ' ~sr, day of July, 1952, and to expire m the 30th day of June, 1953. Mack Suey Yee, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9 day ol May, 1952. Oscar Alexander, Notary Public Commission expires: 9-12-53. trribed ».<: Motel Nob!*, 11T way, Mis»i»(pp» 'Peact Lost by Stupidity' FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (JP»—Unl- verslty of •Arjtnnsns seniors were told Frlrtafinlg'ht that the past generation linn',won two irars nnti lost two peaces through Ignorance to the convention of the National LeHgue of District Postmasters. Ar- kniuns Brunch, here Priclny that the routes would be similar to star routes, star routes arc those delivered by private contractors. homed Negro Actor Dies The Mann home was decorated In the senior cltu.s colors of purple and gold. Dutch iris. Centering the dining tnble. which was overlaid in an Imported damnsk cover, was n crystnl bowl filled nmg- nolias. the flower of the senior class. Tall burning yellow tapers reflected over the centerpiece. The 30 guc.st.s were seated R( small tables. Graduates In caps and gmriu m.irked the places of the 28 -•jenlDrs. At ench place were corsages of sued pens (or the gills or a boutonniere for the boys. Ray Mtum was toastnmster. The affair was given to mcnt Miss Billie Gaines Mann daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V, G! Mann and n member of the graduating class. Mrs. Mears Hnsless Mrs. Ki-arcy Menrs \vns hostess to her Wednesday afternoon bridge arrangements of early day night by taking them to the opern "Cnrmen," In Memphis. Mrs. Don Blodgett returned home Wednesday bringing the Blodgelfs new son. Don Hudson. I Mr. and Mrs. Tlmd Fclton of Ooose Creek, Tex., were Osceola! visitors during the week. Mr. Find Mrs. Jasper Thomason spent several days in SI. Louis visiting their daughter. Gasoline Ordered Saved DENVER i/p,~ A government order reserving supplies of motor gasoline to maintain essential transportation went into effect today in 32 eastern and midwe.stern states and the District of Columbia. The order, issued by the Petroleum Administration for Defense (PADt concerns operators of bulk gasoline plant.!, terminals and large filling stations. Courtesy Contest TEL AVIV OT — A "Politeness comyjll- Contest" is being prepared by the I traffic department of the Israel police. To improve road manners a panel of road-touring judges will pick the lorn- most careful and Club. Mnssed night, victim ot n heart ailment, From an obscure jockey, a broken | lighter and a small-time actor. Lee NEW YORK (il'i— Canada Lcc. -iS. i rose In seven years to prominence Nejjro nctor who reached .stardom j In the theater. His career did much as Digfier Thomas In the stage vcr- to advance the Negro In the the- slon of -Native Son." died lost ntrlcnl world. 30 SHUT yOi/K WWPOW ON TODAY! considerate drivers from four districts in Israel. WARNING OROF.R In the Chancery Court, Cliicka- MWb« District. Mississippi County, Arkansas J. T. Knowlton. Plaintiff, MS- NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the De- >anment of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the Slate of Arkansas a permit to cell and dispense beer at retail on the premises de- RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. The un<t*r>ten«d stake th*» h* to a citlwn ot Arkansas, of good moral character, that he hM nevtr been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by th» undersigned has been revolted within five years last past; »nd tnM the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, restive to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application te for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on khs 1 day of July. 1952, and to expire on the *Mh day of June, 1953. Clara P. Martin, Applicant Subscribe*! and sworn to befor* me this t day of May, 1»SJ. ' Elizabeth Mason, Notary Public My Conrvnissfon expires: 4-M-54. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "\'our Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matine«s Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 SATURDAY "RENEGADE TRAIL" William Boyd & George "Gabby" Hayes SATURDAY 'BLACK LASH" Lash l.aRue SAT. OWL SHOW "GREAT ADVENTURE" Dennis Price*Jack Hawkins SUN'.-MON.-TUES. 'FOR MEN ONLY' Paul Henried Margaret Field SAT. OWL SHOW ' "AT WAR WITH THE ARMY" Dean Martin & Jerry Lewl« SUN.-MON. "FIXED BAYONETS" Richard.Rasehart 'TUESDAY 'THE FAMILY SECRET" Lee J. Cobh John Derek vs. NO. now Juanita Knowlton, Defendant. The defendent, Juanita Knowlton, is hereby 'warned to appear within thirty daj's In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. J. T. Knowlton. Dater this 2nd day of May, 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D.C. Win. S. Ratter, Jr., Atty for Pntf James M. Gardner, Atty Ad Litem 53-10-17-24 Open 6:30 p.m. — Show Slarls at Dusk 2 Shows Every Night! SATURDAY! DOUBLE FEATURE! ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE Phone 4621 Show Starts Weekdays 7:30 p.m. Sal. Sun. 1:00 p.m. MCKDKI) IN MK'H!(;.\.\ Sliirl iil:mil .lime ."illi. Top \vi\;:-:s ii.'.d !r:i:);I hmisinir. ij .'' i \".\\s r.'.i'iTir.s. prai'))- y us a .(I apples. \Vrilc for bii-l'orniiii;«ii Iti UONAl.I) jj KIMCM'KH. South Haven, | Miclryan. Uniitc I. ldoiro Window-Modal Air Conditioners effectively cool, filler, dry, and cifcu- lato ficili air. • ~i siiei —for homo or ofii;o. • Metcr-M;sermochan:sm hal ipociol 5-Yoar Warranty. USES NO \VATER T THEATER r ; "Osceota's Finest" SATURDAY, BIGGES SUNDAY & A/tONDAY /.'sUS&L SEE Haiscll & White Before You Buy SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Desperadoes of the'West Serial Also 2 Color Cartoons SATURDAY OWL SHOW 11:30 HOT fBOM r*OLIC( F Window Model AIR CONDITIO.MERS CALL US ABOUT E/^5Y TERMS TODAYI HALSELL & WHITE Main & Division FURNITURE CO. Phone 6096 —1M.U.S— Pete Smith Comedy Serial: Perils of Darkest Jungle SUNDAY & MONDAY 2 HITS 'RHUBARB" "Al Jennings Jimmy Stewart Qf Oklahoma" Also Cartoon & Shorts See if now. 1 ttMuntpoet Today's Big Different* in automatic washers- At Leading Dealers Serial: Deafh Valley No. 6 & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY 'n THE CHIPS WERE DOWN-RED, WHITE AND BLUE! Retreat FRANK KMJDY-RICHARD CARLSON-RUSH IAMBIY WAIOUISE -..,.. WON mm - no mam /^ -«. .JOSEPH HIEWIS • UNI1EO SIAJES PICTURES—^~ MM BRffi Also Cartoon & Shorts BEAUTIFUL CUT STONE HOME Open for inspection, Sunday 1:0(1 to 6:00 p.m. Shown hy appointment during week <Uy« 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths $30,000 Tht* lovelr hom« to qvattfy lhr««fH*»<. B« chen. \ifrtimr Geneva caMneU with al\ th« Kitchen-.\tde 1>ishwasher. Dining room. with marblr anrl niirrnr fireplace. The .1 bedrM a walk-in crriar lined closets. Bo*h MM b*4hrt hnT« co4<rtJ Storage-plus in Urge floored attic Large 1«mc« in b*cfc wMt b«cue pit. You will like this spadoa* 144x125 ft. 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