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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1055 BLYTHEVIIXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE CHICKS South Missed Robberies Are Solved WILSON'-Smith Mississippi County peace olfleers today announced the solving of a burglary nlj Joiner and a robbery at French-] man's Bayou which occurred recently. Deputy Sheriff Clyde Barker of Molotov's purpose, by nuture of j Wilson said that two men and three the situation. h»s been to block' teen-itgcd boy are being held in; the Western drive and to stall uni- the county jail ..t O.sceolii in con- fication until—he hopes—curcum- cunces become'luoie favorable for merging East and West Germany minutes of the second period after (Continued from Page I) fication and European security. The western purpose in.dealing with these problems has been, twofold: First, to press the Soviet government toward unification of Germany on Western terms and. second, to develop solid public opinion and support for the western cause, especially in West Germany. U.N. the Tribe got the onsides kick try at ihe Jackson 42. nection with the -hues which were not in any way related. Deputy Barker said that three Joiner youths ranging in age from 17 to 19 arc being held in connection with burglarising George This time it uas practically all j AUensvvorth Garage at Joiner on Akers. He worked ihe ball four j Nov. l. Fifteen 'd automobile times and ended wilh a TD. \ radiators and 3 pounds ol copper 1 First he passed eight yards to were taken. Bratcher, then lie gained four. The youths were aprehended the through the line, added another following: day after the radiators tour, and then cut loose around end I he wmgback reverse behind and copper bad been sold in Memphis. keen blocking by Bobby Jones. Jodie I Two Negroes are being' held and Hall and Bo Huffman to scamper! a third sought in connection with the final 25 yards to the end zone. | flic theft ot S61 from Frenchman's First For bears i B ».™" Negro Nat Dancer on Ocl. , , 30. Deputy Barker said. Jackson got its first down of the: Bcjng hM Me Mell Wa i lace , yi, F.ame m the second quarter but that j , 1]1(i Ezell Johnsolli 19 . A i5-vear »as on a 15-yard penalty against the ; . old Ncgro boy is bo!ng sought in Chicks. ; connection with the theft, officers Tlie Bears didn't penetrate into; ^^ the Blytheville half of the gridiron! ' ' . until the third period, and that' drive, helped , mainly by a 2,3-yard (Continued from Page 1) (hey call limited membership. Another stumbling- block to aerement has been Russia's insistence that the Western resolution include a paragraph calling for an end to nuclear weapons tests and eventual banning of the weapons themselves. Syria added its voice yesterday to the call for ending bomb tests and'fndia has made plain it will support any proposal that would ban nuclear blasts. The United States, Britain and other Western powers insist that Die question of nuclear tests should play no part in the radiation question. They contend that is a subject for tile forthcoifiing debate on disarmament and accused the Russians of trying to inject political issues into a scientific question. The committee will not resume debate on radiaton untl Monday. Neqro Deoths A. E. Erdmon Dies in Indiana Word was received here this morning of tlie sudden death In Columbia City. Hid., of August E. Erdman, brother in law of Mrs. Ross Stevens. Mrs. E. A. Goodrich and Mis. J. M. Jontz. Mr. Erdman died suddenly this morning while working in his yard. Arrangements are incomplete, but Mr. and'Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Goodrich and daughter, Miss Vera Goodrich, were to leave for the Indiana town today. BIG FOUR PLANE (Continued from Pa?e pass play from Arnett to Allison, was turned into a touchdown [or the Chicks a few minutes later. | The Bears reached the Blythe-j ville 45 on tile drive but then Ab- i who cannot swim." bolt picked off one of Arnett'sj Don Curtis, a Holyo'se business- passes at the 35 and battered his • man and former Air Force pilot, wav back to the Jackson 41. i said the plane circled over his The Chicks scored In four plays. ; home and then he heard both en Privett couldn't hold Akers'running I fiines -sputtering, backfiring and pass but Bratcher took a short one! spitting." from Bobby Jones and covered 301 Rescue operations were ham- yards to the 11. ; ! >cred b 5" yesterday'- heavy rain Then Privett. on his only carry i which washed out sections of Route of the night galloped over when i 5 leading to Hie crash scene, the half-spinner trap play worked | Capt. Nichols was found wallc- to perfection as it did several times during the game ing along railroad tracks near the river hank by American League That was all for the Chicks, the i baseball umpire Ed Hurley, a res- reserves let Jackson pick up a pair I Went of Holyoke. and Paul Don- of tallies in the fourth quarter. | ahue- Springfield Union pholog- One came after a blocked punt. | rapher. They took him to Provi- which resulted from blocking as-1 dence Hospital, Holyoke. signmenfc mixup on the Blytheville; ' 31. The other came when Blytheville Real Smoke reserves let the following kickoffi LOUlsvlLIjE Kv ,. fl _ Smoke bounce around aimlessly until a | WKS pouring out Q[ - U]e posl of[jce j vesterdav, but it wasn't from IV " . . Jackson lineman grabbed it. Both Bear scores were made by . - , scorching love letters. Stegall on short plunges and both A lrash fire jn lhfi bascinenl scnt points were kicked by Arnett. j bll!ows of Sm0 k e to the first floor, i but no damage was-done. ilasie Williams Services for Elosie Williams. 44.' who died last Sunday at a sani-} tarium ai Alexander, Ark., will bej conducted at 2 p. m. tomorrow at' West End Baptist Church by Rev.; O. C. John-son. ' Burial will be In Mt. Zion Ce-j metery under the direction of Cas-j ton Funeral Home. Servivors include her husband. 1 James Williams, one daughter and six sons all of Blytheville. Vera Lee Roddy . Private services for Vera Lee Roddy, five-year-old daughter of Mr. aiid Mrs. "james Roddy, 1033 S. 14th, I were conducted today at 2 p.m. at I the aprents' home. i Rev. J. W. Speight will conduct ! the service. Burial will be in New Hope Cemetery under the direction of Caston Funeral Home. The child is survived by her parents. Martha Fox Services for Martha Fox. 77, who died Tuesday at her home on Ull> Street, will be conducted tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at the Church of Christ, with elder E. Crawford in charge. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery under the direction of aCston Funeral Home. Survivors include three daughters. Alice B.u'tley. Blytheville and George Mack and Daisy Colman, Chicago and a brother, Bill Mitchell, Clarksdale. Miss. Pullman Rites Set for Sunday Services for Tom Pullain. 84, retired railroad man and former resident of Blytheville, will be held tomorrow ai 2 p.m. at the Cobb Funeral Home Chapel, The Rev. J. B. White, Hayti. wilt conduct the services. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Mr. Pullam, a resident of Hayti for several years, died ai his home there at 7 a.m. Thursday. Survivors include his wife, Mat- (Continued from Page 1) In a manner that would preserve Communist, influence there. The foreign ministers have been working under a directive ironi ihe Big Four heads of government who met here last July. Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin agreed the directive should say G e r m a n y ou^hl lo be unified wiih free elections. Proposed Treaty The West has siriVfn hard to establish ihe interpretation that Bul- gRiiin accepted the principle of merging East and West Germany \ | riyht away through a process of! j Irep elections supervised by the j [ Bit: Four. j The Western powers introduced a proposed European security trea- I IY and a detailed program of steps J lor imiiying Germany. The treaty i \vi).s intended to remove Ru ann ! fears that a reunified Germany would again become militaristic, Molotov countered with a plan of his own for European security which Russia had previously advanced. It would wipe oul the North Atlantic 1 Treaty Organization. The West rejected that proposal] ab not only unacceptable but also i\s- old stuff and came buck with a demand to know Molotov's idea on ihe future of Germany. Molotov's next big move was to introduce a now security scheme based on a divided Germany. It would leave NATO intact, but forj that very reason Molotov said Germany could not be united. No Reason for Opposition Dulles .said the similarities between the two programs proved lhai the Western plan aiiorded: Russia adequate security againsl 1 . a reunified Germany and there. was therefore no reason tor Russia i'> continue opposing umiiculoin. Molotov, m e a n w 'i i 1 e, began placing more emphasis on savin? what he called the social jind economic gains in East Germany. By the time me seventh session . ended last uight the West had preuy well maneuvered Molotov into a position of defending himself against the charge that he was' not living up to Buluanm's July. pledge and that he real! 1 .' was afraid of free elections in Germany. The conference itself had become more of a propaganda battle than negotiation. The West was winning, ihat battle but it remained to be seen whether such success will force Russia into altering Us Ger man policy. 'Crossfire' Cnds | Crossfire today after three days of testing rjidar defenses which pro- TOKYO l# — Tli(\ Par E.\st Air toot U. S. biuses and ports in Asia. .The 5th Air FOTCP commander, Lt. Forces, supported toy U. S., Naw ; Gcn . j ?ORe ,. M . Ramey said he was and Marine units, ended Exercise! "well satisfied." lie. Hayti: a son, Hall Ptillam, living in New York and a brother, Henry Pullam. Hayli. Read Courier News Classified Ads NOTICE We have arranged f(»r you to hear Dr. George L. Tfaldbait, famous Allergic of Detroit, over KLCN Sunday at 12:30 P.M.. He is thf founder nmt former he;td »f allergy clinics of five hospitals of Detroit. He repoileii the first death from peiiiriliin and published more limn ime hundred other contributions to medical research. 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N. secretary general, the ambassador left for Washington to submit a li.^t of arms Israel says it wants from the United States to offset arms Egypt Is getting from Communist- governed Czechoslovakia. To Conferences In Washington, the State Depart- men tsummoncd both Eban and Egyptian Ambassador Ahmed Hussein for separate conferences today to discuss Middle East tension with George Allen. U. S. assistant secretary of state for Middle Eastern aftairs. Tlie State Department disclosed officially the Soviet bloc is delivering avms to Egypt by shiploads. The shipments were said to be accompanied by Communist, technicians to teach the Egyptians how to use and maintain the new weapons. Canadian Maj. Gen, E. L. M. Burns, head of the 13. N. Palestine Truce Commission, conferred , in London with Minister of State Anthony Nutting on moves to achieve Arab-Isrneli peace. Burns was fly- incr back to Israel after reporting to U. N. headquarters in New York. 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