The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 1, 1955 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 1, 1955
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FACT BIGHT BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.V COURTEK NEWS SATCRTUT, OCTOBER 1, 'Louise' Fans Fire Which Burns Heart Of Japanese Town By JOHN RANDOLPH TOKYO (API — Dying typhoon Louise struck Japan a final staggering blow today with a wind-whipped holocaust that burned the heart out of Niigata City, 270 miles north of Tokyo. 'A'lfh K iire since WO BRASS HAT— U.S. Adm. iWUHam at Fechteler, commander of NATO forces jn Southern Europe, sports a natty Alpine bat given him by veterans of Italy's Alpine Le- gico. The hat was presented ducing a three-day exercise of NATO land, sea and air force; in. Northeastern Italy, HOPE FADES (Continued from Page 1) fcaki John Bouchnik and sub-captain Wayne Toumi. It was engineer jng know-how, he said, that drove the life-giving pipe through to the Irapped miners. Hill, chairman of DemocraUc,- Farmer-Lnbor organization in Ely, has two grown sons. Glinsek, the missing man, also is the father of two. Brought to the surface, Hill and Marolt paused only to thank fellow workers and then .were laken to their homes. They were weary, they said, but all right. White Students in Negro School SAN ANTONIO, Tex. OP) — Eight or nine white students began classes this'week in a San Antonio elementary school previously limited to Negroes. All pupils in the school are "quite happy" about the new students, reported Mrs. B. T. Oliver, school principal. San Antonio's previously nil- white schools already hiaci enrolled a number of Negro pupils. This was the first instance here of whites entering a previously all-Negro' schools. A small fire lurried into n ! minutes rr, -4;> Louise's i-u!,iui flaines rhromrli iim.t and houses. It wa.t Jupair."- !hf> Wnrld War II air rflid.s Ri'iore it was bmunht under con- : trol seven hours later, the five hari \ devoured 1,200 nuilrimys and rie- vn. c -taied an arsfi totaling almost [ 100 &cres. i Fire-wise Japanese fled quickly j and although scores of injuries j were repor'ed. only one person: was listed as seriously hurt in sfcetcby reports from tha stricken j city. 5,000 Homelau i Pollc* said nearly 5.000 were] hornets. They were getting help I from the government find also' some from the U.S. Air Force's' nearby Niigata Air Base. Rfiin started at a. 30 a.m. and ihe falling winds gave firemen a chance, with 50 engines and dynamite to get. the blaze under control. The typhoon, dropping, to storm force, raced over Hokkaido, Japan's northern island, at 45 m.p.h. with winds /ailing- to about 75 m.p.h. In the last three days the giant storm has killed 31, left 41 missing, IKE HEADED FOR A REST—The British battleship HMS Vanguard, world's heaviest armed vessel, is about to join the mothball fleet. The decision climaxes a year-long battle by Sir Winston Churchill to keep the ship at the head of the British fleet. Now Britain will bo without a battleship for the first time since British admirals designed the first "dreadnaught" at the turn of the century. The 43,500-ton vessel, launched November, 3944, wi]] be kept at & high state of readiness in case of emergency, while its crew ot 1650 wi!l be transferred to a new Euided-weaoons shit). (Continued from Page I) ; ci:in, M;ti. (Vn Hmviird Nf. Sny- s dor. inok (ho li,-in imo the sick; i'ooni iind star'orl to explain to tho ; President where fo initiiii them. ] The President I'heerfully remind' ed (he donor: "Hou'ard. I Jtnnu 1 more <ibma '. (his Hum you no." Aii(i he pnu'i'ocird to \vnif j "D\vii;ht, D. Eisenhower" on both I dofuiuems, although wimp Hmi.ip i press .secretary James C. Hauertv i said his initials would hr\ve suf- [ ficori. That was at fl:H7 p.m. • At 10 p.m. a medical bulletin I reported: "The President's condiiion conj i inues to sau^ai-torHy I without, complication*. The Presi-j o>nt had a comfortable day. "He* a«a in enjoyed music and was road to for a shprt period in the afternoon. The oxygen tent has . not been used for the last 36 hours. , Tho President continued to be on a 1.600-calorie diet per day, as previously announced," Up to Doctors Hagerty told reporters that a male' medical technician and a i nurse read to him from"SirNigel" , by Arthur Conan Doyle "which is one of the President's favorites." i As to when and what future busi- ne^s will be taken up with the! faster TJLTJ— Curl Hrtzfiold, Huntmfiforr, Ind., (ruck driver, jokingly fri his truck after a load of lumber shifted and Hitzfield suddenly foin be neared an intersection. EXCLUSIVE NEA PHOTO. s fo pull down the front end Of id his front' wheels airborne as* I FORRESTAL (Continued from Page 1) Actor Killed In Car Wreck MOROCCO (Continued from Page 1) son of the Sultan who originally signed the protectorate treaty with and injured 253. A total of more France. than 197.000 are listed as homeless. But even as Louise faded out, a In Uply Mood The crowd of Rabat Moroccans new typhoon—Marge—was expand- with whom Moulay Arafa has intr south wast of Two J'ma with] never been popular, was in an ugly winds already mounting to 115' m.p.h. Moving; Northwest- It was moving northwest at 12 m.p.h. and, lit least for the mo- One Killed, Eight Injured as Nike Engine Explodes WHITE SANDS PROVING GROUND, N. M. (*— One man was killed and eight injured Friday when a Nike engine exploded s President,' Hageny said that would be up to his doctors. , "The doctors are in charge of! laid on July 14. ' This," Hagerty added, "and I Navy victory in a long and biiter ; fiov. Adams and myself at nil> feud with the Air Force over the 1 nines will ask the doctors for their j relative merits of big carriers vs 1 decisions before any aciion is; long range strategic bombers. 1 -aken on anything." j Currently, four Forresial-cla,ss Whether Adams, a former New-carriers are built, building or con- Hampshire governor, would see the i tracted for—the Forrestal, the Sari President today still was to be de-1 atoga uo be launched soon), the ' cided. He did talk with Mrs. Eisen-i Ranger and the Independence. Au; hower and with the President's] thorization has been made for a HOLLYWOOD (fl — Actor James man any present flattop—a ! Dean, the surly, brooding Caleb of iluable feature in combat. j the movie "East of Eden," was The keel of the Forrestal was] killed last night in the head on 1952—marking a' highway crash of his German sports car near Paso Robles, Calif. The 24-year-old actor, often coin- arepd to Marlon Brando, was driving to a road race in Salinas, Calif., location site for the movie which catapulted him to stardom. Dean, an enthusiastic amateur sports oar racer, was the second young Hollywood leading man killed recently. Robert rranc«, the "Willie Keith" ot '"Hie Gains Mutiny," died July 31 in a, plan* crash at Burbank, Calif. LARVAE DO DAMAGE Adult moths do not eat woolens. furs and other fabrics, as popu- | Jarly supposed. They do, however, I lay their eggs in • such materials ! and the fabric provides the larvae i with their food supply. doctors when he visited the hospi- ; '_al last night. j Secretary of Agriculture Benson • flew to Denver with Adams, but was flying on to Salt Lake Ciiy t today. was alined at storm-wracked Kyushu. southern ment, Japan's Island. The Niigata fire gutted the city ball, two newspapers, the (ax office, the radio station, two department stores, a hospital, three banks and both the Kyodo news service and Asahl newspaper bu- eaus. The city has a population of over 250.000 and is the biggest port on the Sea of Japan. Summer Time Ends LONDON i/l'i — Daylight saving time, known here as summer Urno, ends tonight. This \vilj mean Britain is five in.stcnd of six hours iihend of Eastern standard time. The engine for the guided missile was being tested when, a spokesman said, "something weru wrong." Fire Truck Rides WALHALLA, S.C. i/Pi—The fire department hero Rives children an annual mass ride about town on j the two fire trucks. Y blowing the roof off the building c v - ne / n mood today. The reason for hold-j where it was being tested. evans in ing up any official announcement] Clyde F. Wooford, Las Graces, that Abdel Hafid was succeeding! died of injuries about two hours af- to such titular powers as the Sultan j ten he explosion. None of the in- of Morocco still holds may have; jured was in serious condition, been would have sparked j Most suffered acid burns, mob attacks on the heavily guarded French resident general's office here. Authoritative French sources in Paris said last night the SuJUm had agreed to step down quietly and quickly, wilh no strings attached. But informants here said the aged Moslem leader clung to his demand (hat he be permitted to pick his successor. One thing appeared clear: The Sultan's departure was a break in the deadlock over launching the program (if Moroccan reforms. The government of French Premier Ed^ar Faure hud been \vnrk- itn< hard to net. rid of the Suliim by next Tuesday, when the French Parliume.nt reconvenes. Continuing uncertainty over Ihe monarch's .stntus could have .spelled disaster for- the Faure coalition Cabinet. fifth ship. HOTTEST SPOT World's hottest spot the year round is the island of Nfassawa, in the Red Sea, where the mean annual temperature is about 86 degrees. LONG-HAUL SAVE ON _ TRUCK INSURANCE See— United Ins. Co. Ill W. Main Ph. 3-6812 iw radio sam today Dr. Luther H. Evans, American director of the U.K. Educational. Scientific and Cultural Organization has arrived in ihe Russian capital for a week's visit.-He is the guest of the Soviet Ministry of Culture. Individiials-Gronps-Farm Bureau Blue Cross - Blue Shield Call representative WAYLIN -CHESSER P.O. Box 307 BlvtheviHc, Ark. Phone POpIar 3-3106 Negro Deaths Rosie McKinney Services for Rosie McKinney, 11. •.vho died Thursday in .Memphis will be conducted '? morrow at 1:30 p.m. at. Church of Christ in Wilson by Elder Jones. Burial will be in Evadnle Gem* 1 I pry. She leaves one daughter. Mary Wigfall. Cfiston Funeral Home is in charge. NOTICK or M-;TITIO\ TO A.NNKX TKKKITOKV Notice, is hereby given that a petition hsi.s been filed in the C'ounly Court, for the Chiekasiuvbu District of Mississippi. County. Arkansas, by Robindiile Development Corporation, who is the owner of the prop- f 11% described herein, for the ;m- nexiition of the following described properly to Ihe City of Blytheville. Arkansas: — 5-1 The southwest quarter of the (, and the oiiih half of the northwest qujirter of the southwest quarter, of Section eleven til), Township fifteen < 151 North, Range eleven (11 > e;isl of the fifth prJncinpl meridian, containing GO acres, more or less. 38 D;ued nt Blythoville. Arkansas. LSI day of October, 195;"). Attorney for Petitioner MARCUS EVRARD, 10 1-8-15 Due a Refund DENVER ul''---Ronall W. Murray. 23. insisted on paying his traffic court lines wiUi ?50 in change. A recount by ."ir.y officials showed he had paid 49 pennies loo much. They will be returned- Uncle Mac Williams M. C. (Uncle Mac) William? died yeslerria yhere at the age oi 51 Services are incomplete, pending arrival of relativs. Cnston Funeral Home is in chiii^e. STI;I:IM;ST INCLINE . The incline railway at Beacon. N. Y., is said lo be (he steepest oi it.s kind in the world. Its two cable cars carry visitors to n lookout at dp Mount Beacon, 1540 fee; above the Hudson. There are more than 3.322.000 miles of roads in the highway sysirm nf (!ie Urn'fed State*. G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. FUEL OIL u | Sell That Stuff Phone 2-2089 Visit Conny'j Con*co Service, Ash It Division ' HOW COSTLY? Your household contents add up to mote money than jtn ttiink. Fw- urture, silverware, doliies and electrical appliances are worth big money. Be certain ttut you have enough fire insurance when fife strikes. Hut might be tomorrow. 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Business Manager, Hnrry W. Haines. Blytheville, Ark. 2. The owner Is: Courier News Company. Inc., Blytheville, Ark. Harry W Haines. Florence G. Hnines, Hnrry A. Haines, Blytheville, Ark.: Journal Printing Company. Frank W. Leahy estate, Guy Rogers estate, Edw. C. Schilling, Stevens Point, Wise. 3. The known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: None. 4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 include. In cases where the stockholder or ^curity holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in iducfary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such .riistee is acting: also the statements in the two paragraphs show the iffinnt's full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of n bona fide owner. 5 The average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during th« twelve months preceding the date shown above is 7,018, HARRY W. HAINES, Publisher. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 30th day of September, 1953. (SEALi ELIZABETH MASON 1 Notary Public. <U* commission expires April 36, 1958.)

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