The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 8, 1955 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 8, 1955
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 19M BLTTHEVTLLE (ARTC.Y COURIER NEWS PAGE THRM Russians Free 23 Of Hitler's Generals Bv WOLF HKVKN CAMP FR1EDLANO, Germany lAPl — Twenty-three former generals in Hitlers Wehr- macht and one retired rear admiral began their first day of freedom here yesterday after 10 years in Russia as prisoners of war. Their return was marked by an emotional exchange between ex- Gen. Walter von Seydliiz-Kurzbach 68 .who helped establish the Soviet- sponsored National Committee for Free Germany in Moscow during the war, and other returnees. Seydliix-Kurx.bach declared that only German-Russian friendship can save world peace and called West Germany's military alliance wiih the West "50 years of occupa- lion by the Western Powers." The other liberated generals said they had snubbed him on their train in Moscow. A former medical officer, who had served under him at Stalingrad, appeared at the welcoming ceremonies at Camp Friedland and shouted out: , "Hundreds of thousands of our comrades lost their lives on account o:' you!" "Did Nothing: Wrong" This referred to the wariime surrender appeeais Seydliiz-Kurz- bach, his commander Field Marshal Friederich Paulus and others of ihe Free Germany Committee made to Gsvan troops still fighting. "I have done nothing wrong," the general, highlv emotional, replied. "You can put me before a court." "One of the men released with him commented to reporters a tthe camp: "Through his desertion appeals. innumerable German soldiers became captives and suffered a terrible fate. He knowingly told the soldiers falsehoods, in radio talks and leaflets, about the threatment awaiting them in Soviet prisons." IV THE CQl'-NTY COURT FOR THE CHICKASMVBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUXTT, ARKANSAS NOTICE IN THE MATTER OF ANNEXATION OF TERRITORY TO THE CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE. ARKANSAS Notice is hereby Riven that there has been .filed in the County Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas the Petition of Edco. Inc., D. Fred Taylor. Alberta S. Taylor. William C. Stemac and Anna stemac to annex to the City of Blytheville. Arkansas the following described really: That part of the Northwest Quarter iNW 1 ^ of Section Fourteen (14 >. Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Eleven tin East, Mississippi County, Arkansas, described as follows: Beginning at, a point where the East line of the J. F. Smith Addition to Blytheville intersects the North ri^ht-of-\Vay 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 slake, thence South approximately 1036 Feet to the North right-of-way line of the J. L. C. k E. Railroad. thence West along the North right-of-way line of the J. L. C. & E. Railroad approximately 1960 Feet to the point of beginning. Said Petition will be heard on the 26Jh day of October. 1955 in die County Courthouse in Blytheville. Arkansas. Thi.s the 33rd day of September. 1955. ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, County Clerk 9 24-10,1-8 Britons Due Another Dose Of Anti-Inflation Medicine Harriman To Jour Northwest |Navy Transport Aids Ailing Woman SAN FRANCISCO !/V) — A Navy , woman twin n fit-fool schooner. tnuisport returning 1,300 .soldiers! Co;isl Guard headquarters said ; uid .sailors home Irorn the Far East the transport Gen. Hugh J. Gafloy paused in the Pacific yesterday to pick up ji /.TitirrUly injured youns LONDON ijp — Prime Minister Eden's government is preparing Britons for another dose of anti-inflation medicine to reduce their record standard of living. Cabinet ministers hint the government intends to cu' .subsidies on Bird Causes Scare Aboard Big Airliner SACRAMENTO. Calif. ! .-Pi—A San Francisco-bound United Air Lines Convair collided with a bird in a landing de.scem Thursday night and caused a brief scare aboard. Capt. Edward E. Bowker Francisco, the pilot, said the thud j sounded like a wheel tire economy blowing out. He radioed the municipal airport lo aleri the emergency equipment. The bird—presumably a— caused a dent 18 inches in diameter and 6 inches deep in the center in \ Lhe hollow nose of the two-engine j craft. newspapers predict higher taxes. New measures to be announced after Parliament reconvenes Oct. 25 will seek to curb a buying spree so more goods become available for export. The government it considering economics in defense spending, but the United Suites has been assured Britain will stick by mili- lar.v commitments. Tim chancellor exchequer. Rich- iird A. Butler, this week gave a ^' H11 j him of what is ahead. He promised ' "io blow the froth off the brimful He spoke just after announcement of a dram during September in Britain's yold and dollar reserves now at their lowest- in 2'i> years. Experts expect the dollar losses to go on'WHii [he yearcnd.. Britain NEW YORK <VP) — Gov. Averell Harriman .olten mentioned as possible candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, will visit j Oregon, Washington and Idaho noxi month. Although Harriman has said thai Adlai Sievenson. the unsuccessful Democratic presidential candidate in 1952, is his choice for next year, it appeared probable his western trip would be accepted as evidence of his I aiailability for the presidential nomination. Harriman said Thursday his trip was intended to help two old friends, Sens. Wayne Morse of Oregon and Warren G. Magnuson of Washing^ ] ton, both Democrats arid see i re-election next year. The dales for j his visit have not been set. On Oct. 22 he will address a fund j luising dinner in Des Moines, Iowa. All of his western appearances are Wedding Feast Brings Revolt responded lo a radio pLeu from ihe schooner Manuiwa and Look aboard Mrs. Joyce Prisch, 23, of Honolulu. Tilft Gal fey withheld information on her injuries pending examination by the ship's physician. A weak radio report from the schooner Thursday said Mrs. Priscli NAGOYA. Japan '.fl — One Japa- j waA j n critical condition trom a fall mvfi lamily finally rebelled. j 1UK i na( i been unable to eat tor two The newspaper Asahi carried Ihis ; u . e{?ic .s, The Manuiwa was bournt story of H Nagoya wedding cere- tr()m Hiiwail to San Die g 0| C alif. . Thp Gaffey was enroute to San ihe aucsis arrived they i Francisc . 0 from Yokohama. It is due reception desK set up at,| h al> 8 fl m tomorrow. - 1 . The groom mmselt j id said, looking rather; sas. These Bids may be made on one or MIOTP buildings in this area It is required that all buildings bft removed by March 1, 195B. A cfili- fird or cashiers check for 5*;'" of ihe amount of bid must accompany each bid (said check jnnde payable to (he City of Blylneville). Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be returned immediately. The City of Blythevillft reserves the right to r»- Ji'cL any mid all bids. For further information address or phone: E. A. RICE, Mivnager, V, H. Q, City of Blythevllle Blytheville, Arkansas Phone POptar 3-3Sd9 Dated: 10/5/55. lO/a-7-S ry but a fee of 150 yen vill be charged." money was paid, each ed in return a lunch paper napkin and a small 01 beer and was led up- be:«n arranged by the Democratic Nanona! Committee. NOTICE FOR BIDS BIDS on sixteen (16j barrack type buildings located north of Third Streer at what is known as the Veterans Housing Quarters on the west side of the Blytheville Air Force Base, Blytheville, Arkansas: will be accepted prior to 2:00 Pm October 3!, 1955, at which time the bids will be opened in the Court room, City Hall, Blytheville, Ar'kan- OHver Judd. UAL service mana*-1 ^ncSSSHSF™ ;r, said although [he Convair was in "perfectly good condition," the | 21 passengers were another ship. Th ferried to San Francisco empty. transferred to j Q • „*. dented plane was rilcST His Confession ORIGINATED WORD I The word "horsepower" was CLEVELAND -f) — Dazed and originated by James Watt when he bleeding, '.M-y ear-old Edward R. Ro- determined how much coal a horse | dock stumbled into the fashionable could draw in a minute from a Park Lane Villa yesterday and told coal pit. The horse could move 33.000 pounds of coal one foot up ward in a minute. i.he desk clerk: "I'm dying—call a priest." The priest, summoned from St. Agnes Catholic Church, heard Ro- NOTICE FOR BIDS dock's conJesskin. Then the clergy- BIDS on entire group of thirty, man. acting ou Rodocks request, three (33i barrack type apartment [culled police. "" " Detective James Greener .said pc>- Ike Learned the young man had held up a service suit km a few hours buildings, located south of Third Street at what is known as the Veterans Housing Quarters on the west side of the Blylheville Air Force Base, Blytheville. Arkansas. Bids will be accepted prior to 2:00 PM October 17, 1955, at which time all bids will be opened in the Court Room, City Hall. Blytheville. Ark earlier, taken 530 and exchanged .shots with the station manager, James Boldin. 46, in a chast 1 clown ChesKrr Avenue. Rcdock. who came here from Greensburg. PA.. was taken to the It is required that all buildings be j p r j snn wan j a t City Hospital, where removed from the site by the sue-j he , vas report ed in fair condition cessful bidder not later than March 1. 1956. A certified or cashiers check for 5^c of the amount of the j bid must- accompany each bid isaid • check made payable ;o the City nf ' Blytheville). Checks of unsuccess-' fui bidders will be immediately returned. The City of Blytheville reserves the right to reject any and all bids. For further information address or phone: E. A. RICE. Manager. V. H. Q. City of Blytheville Blytheville, Arkansas Phone POplar 3-3369 Dated: 10.5.55. 10 6-7-8 ttiUi i thigh. bullet wound in the left Private Typing Lessons THROUGH OCTOBER To The Purchaser of a New Portable or Standard Model Typewriter $ DOLLAR SPECIALS $ No-Bio Letter Trays Keeps letters in Perfect Order. REG. $3.00 VALUE 1 00 Eversharp Ballooint Pens Nationally Advertised $mOO to sell for $1.49 | OFFICE MACHINES AND A COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES SALES - SERVICE RENTALS DON EDWARDS CO. 20 Years Continuous Service in the Blytheville Area 112 \Y. Walnut Air?. Don Edwards. Owner Phone 3-3382 Green/ease Bill Found LAMONT. Iowa •'.* — One of the Greenlease kidnap ransom bills has been located here — the firs! .10 siioiv up in this south central Iowa area near the Missouri border. ,). B. Thornton, special agent in charge of the FBI office at Omaha. raid a Lamoni resident spotted a s20 bill and called it to the attention of the FBI, NOTICE OF PETITION TO AXS'EX TERRITORY Notice i.s hereby given that a petition has been filed in the County Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, by Robindale Development Corporation, who is the owner of the prop- eriy described herein, for the annexation of the following described property to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas: — 54 The southwest Quarter of the southwest quarter, and the south half of the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter, of Section eleven <11 >, Township fifteen (15) North, Range eleven (11,» past of the fifth princi3pi meridian, containing 60 acres, more or less. 38 Da tod at Blylheville. Arkansas, Ihis 1st day of October, I9oo. Attorney for Petitioner MARCUS EVRARD, 10 1-8-15 Rr id Courier News Classified Ads *. Be our guest at * • • • * WITH * MOUCHO MAM . 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Phone New Madrid 75 We May Be Contacted During the Day at CROUTHERS GIN 7 Lilbourn, Mo. Ph. Overbrook 8-2363 NOTICE Sanitation (Garbage) Fees are again due. Ther* fees are $2.25, payable quarterly and are payable in advance. There is no other source of revenue to keep the expense of this essential in operation. City Ordinance requires every residents or apartment in the city to pay these fees. Please pay promptly in the City Clerks Office, City Hall. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE For Service Call 2-2282 FOR SALE 620 Acres of Good Farm Land Located on U.S. 61 Highway near Hayti, Mo. PRICED TO SELL! CJoyd Handley PHONE 1473W1 Coruthersville, Missouri FARMERS! Clean Your Own Beans and SAVE With the Clipper Bean and Grain Cleaner • Lightweight • Compact • Completely Portable SEE IT TODAY! BYRUM IMPLEMENT CO. 118 E. 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