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PACMTBIf BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 32, 1996 Solons Still Deny They Asked For Special Planes MADRID, Spain (AP) — The first of two special U. S. military transport planes has flown in from Washington to bring three U. S. senators home from Europe, but the senators continued to deny they ever asked for them. A four-engined plane with morel tation was arranged and I assumed than 60 seats landed at Madrid | I would return on a regular MATS airport to pick up Sens McClellanj (Military Air Transport Service) <D-Ark) and Stennis (D-Miss) and I run which was carrying returning their wives. A second plane is due soldiers and their families. Any rein Paris to bring Sen. Chavez (D-NM) home Nov. 3. Cost of the two special flights is estimated at $20,000, compared to the S3,000 it would cost the three senators and their wives to return aboard regularly scheduled commercial airlines. Stennis said ,he was told before leaving Washington "all transpor- MOROCCO (Continued from Page 1) crowd of 1,000 who shouted "Ions live Ben Youssef and threw rocks at police were killed by police gunfire on the outskirts of Rabat. One man was killed by police in Casablanca after a grenade had been thrown at a police jeep. ^ e !S= STM; and Ford Named Knight port or intimation that I requested a special plane or declined to wait for scheduled f] if'its is absolutely false." Assumed the Same McClellan said he, too, assumed he would be returning on a regular MATS run. He described as "false in its implication" a statement made In Washington yesterday by Rober Tripp Ross, assistant secretary c defense for legislative and publi affairs, that the senators had re jected flight dates proposed by th Pentagon as unacceptable becaus they involved delays of two o three days. The senators, members of th Appropriations Committee which passes on funds for the Defense Department and other agencies have been in Europe three weeks. , , rorists continued their attacks and the French army pushed operations to wipe out guerrilla bands. In a clash with 80 rebels along the Algerian-Tunisian frontier French troops killed 10. In the Aures Mountains a band attacked two buses and five of the passengers were missing. E, H. Ford has been named a Knight Commander of the Court of Honour of Scotish Rite Freemasonry. Ford's investiture service has been scheduled for Little Rock on Nov. 5. DAUGHTERS OF FAME—Daughters o! two famous men chat quietly as they ride in a gondola past the Church nf Santa Marin deUa Salute in Venice, Italy. At right is Margaret Truman, and at left is Guri Lie, daughter of former U.N. Secretary-General Tryfive Lie. CAN'T STOP THE QUEEN MARV W/TH A CLOTHESLINE., any moro.honyo* can keep a tornado from hitting your house. But you con buy insurance — the right kind, in the right amount. We'll be glad to advise. NOBLE GILL AGENCY GLENCOE BLDG. 3-6868 SOMETHING TO DROOL OVER- Eitel Merc II diool alter being judged Grand Ctnmpmn Steer f the American Rojal Livestock Jnd Horse Show m Kansa, C,t>, Mo. The 10 0 pound Black Angus is being exhibited by owner Kenneth Eitel, 29, of Greencastle, Mo., who also showed the Grand Champion Steer of the 1948 American Royal. SAAR (Continued from Page 1) the industrial heart of Western! Europe. To High Commissioner The Saar would continue its close economic ties, including a customs union, with Prance, andj control its own internal govern-j ment. But foreign relations and; defense would pass from France Afghanistan Said in Line For Red Arms DEMOCRATS (Continued from Page H relation to their costs. While Stevenson also called for other farm aids such as production payments for perishable commodities, his statement for high supports for the storable crops .sounded stronger than, his declaration at Green Bay, Wis., a fortnight ago. The 1952 Democratic presidential nominee said then amont,' other things that: "I think there is a danger we will advocate only the things that we have advocated before, like price supports at 90 per cent of parity. "Benson a Failure" Kef a uver, in his first appear- since at a Democratic rally since returning from a round-the-world tour, said at Erie, Pa., that Ezra T. Benson "has been a failure as a secretary of agriculture. The senator offered a solution of his own to what he said were the price declines and mounting 1 surpluses during Bensons tenure; Higher price supports for the output from smaller farms, with the subsidy rate to go down as a farms output goes up. Kef a uver, who unsuccessfully sought the Democratic presidential I nomination in 1952, predicted the - j Republicans will conduct a "des- i pernte campaign next year if I forced to run without Eisenhower ' at the head of their ticket. The Tennesseean, like Stevenson and Ha r rim an so far, would not say yet whether he would seek the Democratic nomination again in 1956. LONDON (IP) — Moscow hints that another Moslem Afghanistan, is about to radio ! state, ! The other senators who have been mentioned for the Democrat- to a neutral high commissioner appointed by V7EU. If the voters say no, the status quo will continue. That means political autonomy but still a close economic tieup with France. It also would mean a customs and currency barrier between the German-speaking Saarlanders and other Germans living just across the eastern frontier, While the voters make their choice, they will be sealed off from pressures from the rest of Europe. The frontiers with France, Germany, and Luxembourg will be tightly closed Sunday. Thousands of Saarlanders— gnarled miners, factory hands, shopgirls, businessmen—flocked to the final big campaign rallies. United Europe The Saar's portly Premier Johannes Hoffmann told meetings nf receive | ic nomination— Lyndon B. Johnson Communist arms. That country is ! of Texas and Stuart Symington of engaged in a bitter feud with pro- Missouri— gathered for what was Western Pakistan. described as a "social visit A Moscow broadcast last night ! Johnsons Pedernales River ranch -_-iid an Afghan military mission j farm near Austin, Tex. will tour a modern arms plant in j Johnson, the Senate majority Red-duled Czechoslovakia soon. i leader, has had a number of prom- A deal for Czechoslovakia to sell inent Democratic visitors in a series of conferences. Stevenson and House Speaker Ray burn (Tex) have been among them— also foi arms to Egypt has caused much un- easieness in the West which is trying to preserve a balance of power in the Middle East, particularly be- j what were labeled as "social tween Israel and the Arab countries. Retail Sales Show Increase ST. LOUIS I/P)—Department store sales in the Eighth Federal Reserve District rose an average 4 per cent last week compared to the same Week of 1954. The ,t. Louis Federal Reserve Bank reported yesterday that sales increased at all cities and went up 21 per cent in the small cities. visits. SHE'S ALL DOLLED UP—Three-year-old Wendy Ellen Hewitt of Nutley N J., seems lost in this sea of dolls in New York City. The dolls are part of some 45,000 entries by teen-agers in a national dollmaking contest They were made from a basic kit containing a white sock and a plastic doll face, and all will;be distributed as Christmas gifts to needy and overseas. children in rural America Negro Deaths Plane Crash Toll Rises to Six NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif. l.-P . —The crash of a private plane pi- will be conducted at \ p.m. tomor-; loled by m mionaire-sportsman Joel row iit New Bethel. Baptist Church | Thome into an apartmem nous e Jennie Baker Services for Tennie Baker, . by Rev. G. H. Conwny and P. M. McCullough. Burial will be in Ml. Zion Cemetery with Home Funeral Home In charge. She died yesterday at her home on South Seventh. Survivors include two sister, Mary Burton and Gertrude Milton of Blytheville. Mrs. Yeager Elected By Missouri Eastern Star STEELE—Mrs. Rita D. Yeager has been appointed District Dep- j --'-- «----• - '- «•- = '-* Dis-j UOOO LUCK BlllS Monday night now has claimed six lives. Mrs. Shirley Preston, 25, and her brother-in-law, Frank Marchica, 38, died last night of burns. Mrs. Priston's seven - week - old daughter, j Sheryll, a young bride and Thorne died in the flaming debris. Marchia's son, John, 6, died later of burns. Mrs. Preston's husband, Mike, 31, and his two sisters and a niece remain in critical condition i from burns. I f I parties favoring Europeanization that both West German Chancellor Konrnd Adenauer and French Foreign Minister Antoine Pinny wantiP 61 ' cent the voters to say "yes" to launch cent and St. a united Europe. At meetings sponsored by the three parties who want the Saar reattached to Germany, the voters were treated to flags, rousing brass bands, and the emblem of the old German imperial two-headed black eagle brooding overhead. The pro-German gatherings often let off steam by roaring: "Deutpch is die Saar" "The Saar is German." Neutral observers who will serve under a five-nation com mission poured in yesterday 1,005-strone. They will see that the plebiscite is orderly. When the voter goes to one of the Saar's 959 . oiling stations tomorrow, he will find a neutral observer on hand. Jar King Dies MUNCIE, Ind. Wl — George A. Ball, 92, last of the five brothers who made the Mason jar a fixture in household canning, died in his home today after a three-week illness. W A R X I N G ORDER IN* THE CHAXCKHY COt'IlT, CHICK ASA WHA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI ror.NTY, ARKANSAS Vivian Mick, Pltf. vs. No. 13.134 Johnny Mick. Dft. The defendant, Johnny Mick, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Vivian Mick. Dated this 21st day of October. 1955. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. James M. Gardner, Atty. for Plaintiff. 10/22-29-11/5-12 Of the large communities, the greatest increase was 6 per cent at Louisville. Memphis reported a 5 '., Little Rock 3 per Louis 2 per cent. Farmers Watch Barley Crop KANKAKEE, HI. W! — Farmers hereabouts are keeping their on the fall-seeded barley field of Henry Classen for it may prove to be a profitable substitute for bats as a crop. Known in New York state as Hudson barley, it is a new winter variety developed at Ithaca by the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station in cooperation with the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture In its home state, yields have averager! 54.6 bushels an care during the years 1947 to 1953. The test. weight is 49.4 pounds a bushel. It is believed the new variety of] barley is especially adaptable to, the Illinois climate because Clas- [ sen's field showed very little winter] kill. ! uty Grand Matron in the 51st trick of the Order of Eastern Star in Missouri. She serves under Worthy Grand TRENTON. N. J. Lfl — A thief broke into Al's Tavern and took Matron Mrs. Leona Landingham of j $150 — all in marked bills. Kansas City. | Tavern owner. Albert Angeloni. The 51st District comprises 16 i said yesterday the stolen cash was bills comprises 16 Chapters in New Madrid, Dimklm, j Stoddard and Pemiscot Counties in ; Southeast Missouri. A Bit Porky good luck bills with inscriptions given him by his friends when he moved to the tavern. Enough ice remains in Antarctica to encase the entire earth in I a layer 120 feet thick. WANTED: EYES AND EARS Civilian Volunteer Plat* Spotters Needed (tow! Because of certain limitations, radar is not enough to safeguard this country from a sneak attack by the Soviet Air Force. For complete vigilance, the eyes and ears of civilian volunteer plane spotters are urgently needed in the Ground Observer Corps. Join now and help protect your nation and your community. Contact Civil Defense today! Woke Up! Sign Up! Look Up! JOIN THB GROUND OBSERVER CORPS Callorwrite Civil Defense Blytheville's Skywatch chairman is Roy Moore. This ad run as public service by Tht I lUyihevilte Courier News BARBOURVILLE. Ky. (JJ~ Pork- • pie hats should be the rage among Union College's freshman class. It includes a Pigg. a Hogg, a Bacon and two Hamms. Mowing Power f/, e vlich. iJi Walter W. Liss went pheasant hunting but bagged nary a bird. . --When—he—heUiHied—hoine. there was a dead pheasant that' had crashed into a picture window. ALBUQUERQUE i/P — Kenneth and Clois Tolbert are deep in the motorized lawn mowing business Distance between jobs just means fun. for they mount their power mower on a soap-box racer, rig a belt from it. Co a back wheel and ride to work. mirier New?- Classified Ads Largest Blast Furnace DETROIT '.-Pi — A steel company claims its .blast furnace on Zug I.-land in the River Ron-re is the world's largest. It measures 30 feet 3 inches in diameter and has a rated capacity of 50.000 ton> of pie iron a month. No other bla.n furnace crosses the 30-foot line, company spokesmen say. TO HEAD MARINES - Lt. : Gen. Randolph McCall Pate has boon named 21st commandant : of the U.S. Marine Corps, effective Jan. 1. He will replace Gnn. Lemuel C. Shsppnrd, Jr., \vlio is retiring. General Pate, 57, has been in military service for 37 years and is now assist- ' ant commandant of the corps, j He commanded the 1st Marine ; Division in Korea during the i last three months of fighting [ there. j HAMBURGERS For your protection, our Hamburger Patties are prepared and delivered frozen by a nationally known government inspected neat packing plant. A warm well-seasoned bun enhances the wholesome delidousness of this pure hamburger. KREAM KASTLE Walnut & Division Phone 3-8051 FARM LOANS Six Star Feature 1. No brokerage fees to pay 'L No stock to purchase 3. An opportunity to establish credit with a lar^c insurance Co. that is and has been for many years a permanent IP ml or ia this terri- *ory I. Long rate t»»ne low interest 5. We pay Ihe appraisal and attorney fees 6. Quick service, fast closing. We close loans before most companies make their Inspections. For Information, See, Call or Write LOGAN FINANCE CORP. Lynch Building Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2-2034 Exclusive Agent for American United Life Insurance Co. YANCY Beale St. Orchestra & Fine Floor Show Will appear Saturday Nite, Oct. 22nd, 9:00 - Til at the DELTA CLUB Highway 18 West For Retevatfofi Coll 3-9948 Admission $1.00 Ladies Admitted Free ... Mr. George Burchfield NEW MECHANIC AT DON EDWARDS CO. Due to serious illness, Mr. Fletcher Wilson m no longer affiliated with the Don Edwards Co. We have now secured the services of Mr. George Burchfield who is highly skilled and trained to take care of all your office machine repairs and servicing. SALES-SERVICE-RENTALS Office Machines and a Complete Line of Office Supplies DON EDWARDS CO. 20 Years .Continuous Service in tnt BfytnevnYe Area 112 W. Walnut Mrs. Don Edwards, Owner Phone 3-3,182 FOR SALE 620 Acres of Good Farm Land Located on U.S. 61 Highway near Hayti, Mo. PRICED TO SELL! Cloyd Handley PHONE 1473W1 Carurhersville, Missouri USED COMBINES 2 Massey-Harris Model 27 Self-Propelled Combines. 2 Matsey-Harris Model 27L Self-Propelled Combines. 3 International Self-Propelled Combine*. Several Allis-Chalmen and Case Pull Combines. Also one used Rust Cotton Picker, excellent condition. Picked only 40 bales. 61 IMPLEMENT CO. Your Massey-Harrig D«a1«r N. Highway 61 Ph. 2-2141

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