The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 1, 1955 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 1, 1955
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SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1!)5!5 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREI U.S. Keeping Sharp Eye On Mid-East Situation By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States has the makings of a first-class crisis on its hands in the Middle East, with (he danger of a new Arab-Israeli war in the background. SWINE SHOW ERROR HOC-TIES JUDGES-faces of the judges and fair officials at the Putnam County Fair at Ottawa, Ohio, were somewhat red when this picture of them was snapped. I( happened at the swine show. The call went oul for produce of dam in the Spotted Poland China class. Several exhibitors entered the ring with their animals. As judging was about to be- Kin. Willis Sradtord, of Wapakoneta. walked in with an armful of il-day-old piglets, set them down and waited for the judges to declare him the winner. Spectators laughed and the judges looked concerned. When they questioned Bradford's right to bring in the little pigs, he told them to look irl the rule book. They looked at the rule for produce of dam nnd found someone had erroneously added a date providing that animals entered in that class must" have been farrowed "on or after Aug. I, 1955." So •• technically. Bradford's piglets were the only ones eligible for the class Amid laughter. Bradford removed his animals and judging proceeded on "intent," not the "letier" of the law. Children Picket The Pickets DETROIT i.* 1 — Union pickets found themselves picketed by two children Thursday. The hecklers, Gary Parsons, 3, and his 4-year-oh sister. Rainy, : carried man-sized signs opposing a CIO Amalgamated Clothing Work-; ers organizing drive on their fa-. ther's dry cleaning shop. They. •walked beside union pickets for two hours. Gary's sign read: "These Pickets Are Unfair"co My Daddy." Kathy's said: 'My Daddy's* Employees Do Not Want to Join This Union." Union officials had no comment. Red Guns Shell Little Quemoy TAIPEI, Formosa ..P — Communist Chinese guns on Amoy Island fired more than 100 shells at Nationalist-held Little Quemoy and Chuyu islands yesterday, the official Nationalist Central News Agency reported. The agency said the. shelling was sporadic and spread over 17 hours. It said Nationalist guns fired back vigorously. No damage nor casualties were reported. The agency said Nationalist jets flew over Qupmoy. presumably in a gesture to cheer the defenders. That is the reasoa Secretary of St ate Dulles has sent George Alien, his assistant for Middle Eastern affairs, on an urgent mission to Cairo. Allen has the evident task of trying to persuade Egyptian Premier Gamal Abdel Nasser not to import such a volume and variety of arms from Communist Czechoslovakia as would upset, the deli- calf power balance between the Arab slates and Israel. Dulles is understood to have sought to impress Ihe dangers of the situation upon Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Mololov in New York. He reportedly argued that a flow of Soviet bloc arms to the Middle East now would violate the spa-it of the Geneva Big Four meeting- and create new tensions in the world. May Review Aid Allen was prepared to warn the Egyptian government that if it | brought about n radical change in the Middle East power balance the United States would be compelled to review its policies of cooperation with Egypt in the field of economic development—the current U.S. aid program is 43 million dollars—and in policies governing world cotton supplies. The major part of j Egypt's foreign income Is derived; from cotton exports. At the same time Allen was in 1 position to ar?ue that the. United j Slates had offered to sell Egypt arms in small quantities which if j wa.s believed here would not, create! new Middle East tensions and en-j large the dangers of a new war in that urea. Allen left for Cairo, by way of Athens and Beirut, Lebanon, yesterday afternoon. In Athens he was to urge the Greek government to • seeking to ease the dispute of the i two nations over the island of Cyprus—a source of Middle East! troubles unrelated to the Egyptian' arms problem. Nike Test Firing. Plans Are Made WASHINGTON OVj—Preparations sre under way for the first, lest fu'- nift of Nike KUiried mis.silrs in the United States. The National Advisory Commit- j tee for Aeronautics said Thiu^day j it, \vill fire Ni£f=.-> irom Us Wallops! Island. Va.. tesi range \vuhm ihej next two months, I The tests ar*» planned to deter-; , mine i-he effects of h<sh speed, \ j hiah altitude and a:r flow on -the j missiles as pan rt' research prelun- I inary to the launching of space j [satellite/) and space travel sometime [ j in the future. Only previous icstin? ! ! lias been at the Annv's White Sands, j 1 N. M., proving ground. j THE NOT-SO-GOOD EARTH—Edward T. Pcnnock. left, shows neighbor Lester C. Jones how this summer's searing heat has turned soil in tomato planting on his Burlington County, N.J., farm to dust. While corn and alfalfa ha\e benefited from the heat, ground crops have suffered in many plares from the worst-in- years summer and major crops are threatened ii successive heat wave* set in. Heart Association Hails 'Get We// Ike Donations N^W YORK <.<Pi—The American Heart Assn. said yesterday it would be "privileged" to apply any funds sent to it as a tribute 10 President Eisenhower to the solution of the heart disease trouble. The association said in a statement issued by its president, Dr. £1. Cowles Andrus; "The American Heart Assn. is I That Settles It \ i SEATTLE W — The question of j why hurricanes are called by fern- j I inine names was settled quickly at; ; Olympic View Grade School when ; i Donald Anderson, 8, offered this | i explanation: 1 ! "Did anyone ever hear of *; , 'HIMacane'?" , And Now it's 22 LEAMINGTON*. England . Mr?. Mable Constable, already the mother of 19 children at the ase of 37, pave birth Thursday tn triplets—two boys and a girl. Her previous 19 included two sets of twins. Conviction Upnt/rf : WASHINGTON <Jft — The U. S. 1 Court of Military Appeals yesterday upheld the conviction and 10- i year sentence given Corp. Edward I S. Dickenson for collaborating with his Communist captors in Korea. There is evidencr to prove thai the Indians were adept, at mnple sugar making before the coming of the white man. The whites learned the art from the ii bo n times and imitated their process of tapping- the trees and boiling down Sentenced to Die MANILA. P. I. L^*.'—Eleven per- .sims were ?eiueni-ed to death yes- irrday in Hit- l.ipa cm court, for a year-old political claying, the Philippine New? service reported. They included the former police chief, Estt'baii rie Guzman of Romano. i i Speed /or Po/ic« ST. PETERSBURG. Fla. </fl William Harris H e n s o n was ! charged by St. Petersburg police i with speeding. He said he had bor- \ rowed the unmarked patrol car of, Police Chief Tom Kilpa trick of 1 nearby Belle Vista Beach and was hurrying to get it back by the time Kilpatrick had to sun patrolling, i City .Judge Flerbrn L. Peterson: said the excuse was novel but not £0od enough. He fined Henson 520. NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF No. 2.340 W. EARLE THOMPSON, deceased Last known address of decedent: Leaghville, Arkansas (P.O. Box 103' Dale of death: September 9, 195ft An instrument da.ted December fi. 1954. was. on the 20th day of Sepetmber, 1955, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executrix thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be efffct- ed only by filing a pel it ion within the tine provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from tne date of the first publication of 'hi? notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 24th day of September. 1955. HARPIE MABLE THOMPSON. Executrix P. O. Box 103 Leachville, Arkan~,; i; . Oscar Fendler, Atty. aware tiui'. a spontaneous move-; ment has developed u hereby : .leans arc being asiced to honor thei l President, by .sending birthday greet- I i inss to Denver accompanied by con- I • tribiKions for the purpose of iur-' , ilienr." heart reseaivh. • i 1 "Alihough '.he Arneru;-n Heart. '. A.siii. lias not in any w;v. initialed, or sponsored such well-motivated! plans, we have stated that the as-1 sociaiion, if requested, \vil- be priv- | iiesjed to apply such fund.- to the ^o- ' lusion i)i the in^-,rt di^Pii^e problem.! \Ve praveriully hope for the speedy j and fttll recovery of the President.' and shall continue to dedicate our' plfort.s to the prevention and con-i 11 nl of heart, diseases." [ The Chicago Daily News .sueeesi-• t-d that funds be sent to the asoO-; elation in the form of a "s;ei well": wish for the President as well as to = honor him on his 65th birthday Oct. 14. i IS' THE COL'XTY COURT FOR THE CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COL'XTY, ARKANSAS N o T i <; E IN* THE MATTER OF ANNEXATION OP TERRITORY TO THE CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS Notice is hereby given that there has been filed in the Comity Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi Couniy, Arkansas the Peution of Edco, inc., D, Fred T, yior. Alberirt S., Taylor, William C. -Stemac and Anna Stemac to anneJv to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas the ioIJowing described realty: That part, of the Northwest Quarter < NW• 4 ' of Section Fourteen 114', Township Fifteen >!5i North, Range Eleven ' 111 East, Mississippi County, Arkansas, described as follows: Beginning at a point where the East line of the J. F. Smith Addition to Blytheville inter-* sects the North riglu-oMvay line of the J. L, C. & E. Railroad, thence North approximately 1492 Feet to the South line of Ash Street, same being the Northwest corner of the William Stemac lot, thence East 1349 East to an iron stake, thence South 461 Feet to an iron stake, thence East 505 Feet to an iron stake, thence South approximately 1-036 Feet to the North right-of-way line of the J. L. C. & E. Railroad, rhence West alone: the North right-of-way line of the J. L. C. 5; E. Railroad approximately I960 Feet to the point of beginning. Said Petition will be heard on thR 26;h day of October. 1955 tn the Couniy Courthouse in Blytheville. Arkansas. This the 23rd day of September. 1955. ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER. County Clerk fl."J4-10 1-8 S1GHTSEER-U Nu. prime mini: cJspper 01 ine Liberty Be!) in !nd? of historic places m Philadelphia, iter of Burma, examines the big ^pendence HslL He made » tour Area Retail Sales Decline ST. LOUIS -.£— DepiTimenr. store j < sales dropped sharply last, week, in i ; comparison with the same \vcek j j last year, at Little Rock, Ark., 'out ! 1 ro>r 1 prr cfnt in the entire 8th! j Federal Reserve Di.-U'ict. ' The St. Louis Federal Reserve ! Bank yesterday reported a 14 per I cent decline in <alcs a; Little Rock Sales fell 4 per cent at Memphis, but ro^e 3 per cent at Si. Louif j and Nashville. Sales in -mall ciue5 | of the district wore repored 11! per ! cent above of the same week- of 1954. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Unpaid Taxes Bothered Her LONDON :?— The Bri; income t.H.x collector received a letter yesterday from an anonymous woman who said she couldn't sleep because • of her unpaid IH.\. I She enclosed 10 pound? — 528 — and added in a;vipf. "If I still find I c:m't sleep, I'll 1 ?end you some more money." More Green/ease Bills CHICAGO f — Five more 520 bills from 'he Greenle;-ie kidnapping ransom hsvp been found in the Federal Rtverve Bank of Chicago this week. i.he FBI yesterday That brines to 52 the t, located in Chicago. THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blylheville Phone 3-Jfi^l Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in Migh-Fidelity Optical Sound! SATURDAY T)ouh)e Feature Bridge Falls, Boys Hurt PUKUSHI.MA. .lapiiit .-P 1 — Fifty Tokyo high school b<>\-. -Ir.-lii.-kinL .vestei'diiy on ?n p\our-;on, .-innni rocking a sma 1 .] .su.-)ir!.MG!: bridge. A cable MI;!pprti. pluatinc rht'in 1^5 feel into a ;'i)on--\vci:''ii v. l.y-Uvo w< !'P iii!i;r' i fl. 'in.p Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theater TONIGHT 10:30 •SUN.-MON.-TUES. October 1-2-3-4 Continuous Showing Prom 2 p.m. Sunday At 7:00 and 9:15 Mondav & Tuesdav FARM LOANS Six Star Feature 1. N« brokerage fe« to pay 2. No stock to purchase 1. An opportunity to establish credit with * large insurance Co. that is and has (>cen for niany years a permanent Ifndor in Ihis territory 4. Lnnft lime ln^ interest rate 5. We pa.T the appraisal and attorney fcfi*. 8. Quick service, fast closing. \\e dose loans before most companies make their inspections. For Information. See, Call or Write LOGAN FINANCE CORP. Lynch Buildin* Blylhftville, Ark. • Phone •i- 1 I0 Exclusive Agent tor American United Life In^uriitine Co. RAZORBACK South Highway 61 "Where Friends Meet In Blythevillc" S«rring (he Best Food in Town • Real Barbecue Ribs • Italian Spaghetti • Delicious Sea Foods • U.S. Choice Steaks Opens 6:30 — SlaHs 7:00 • Kids Free—Adulfs-Inc OSCEOLA , ARKANSAS TOMTE ONLY Triple Feature "The liiai-k Dakota?" Gary .Merrill ;iiul "THE ATOMIC HID" .Mickey Rooney Also I.ATK SHOW! "Killers Krom Spate" STARTS Sl'NrUY 3 Riir Days "BLACKBOARD JUNGLE' 1 ^\ ilh filcnn Kuril Wed. & Thiirs. Ocl. 5-6 Alan I.add in "HKI.I. BK1.0W ZERO' HAIRY VETCH Oregon or Arkansas Grown PMA SPECIFICATIONS Plact Your Order Now Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 3-6Snfi WE RENT • HOSPITAL BEDS . . .BABY BEDS • ROLLAWAY BEDS • USED REFRIGERATORS • USED WASHERS WADE FURNITURE CO. 112 W. Main Phone 3-3122 ("aiioon & Serial FOR SALE 620 Acres of Good Farm Land Located on U.S. 61 Highway near Hayti, Mo. PRICED TO SELL; Cloyd Handley PHONI 1473W1 Caruthersville, Missouri SAT. OWL SHOW Starts 11:30 p.m. "Come Out Fighting" With The Kasl Side Kid* SI.'SI)AY & MONDAY Double Feature TONY CURTIS P1HR UURir DOHTA WIU-IIM cmst.siwn lutMM v ..ICA' '.S!f!ft»!C«1 nfll* — AND — MlTCHUM-WftlSBT OWNA LYNN-TAB HuffTW -••m KuiaMt iv^w ALSO CARTOON

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