The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1954 · Page 5
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Missouri Prison Officials Maintain Disciplinary Clamp JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Officials maintained a tight disciplinary clamp over convicts at the Missouri State Penitentiary today after the third mass rebellion in a. month. In the latest outbreak — a food riot Saturday — one prisoner was killed and 37 injured. Warden Ralph N. Eidbon told reporters that "all is calm" now and the men seem relaxed, but he added. "Just one silly kid could set of! a new rampage in the dining room." The riot started in a dining room where 500 to 600 inmates were being fed. A guard reported one convict, apparently objecting to bologna sandwiches, yelled "Plat dog." Others took up the cry and began tossing their plates and food on the floor. Guards fired on the convicts after they ran out into the prison yard. All privileges have been taken from the 3,000 inmates. Radios, newspapers and magazines are banned. They also were without yard and recreational freedom yesterday. Meanwhile, Gov. Phil M. Don- Britain's Dock Strike Enters Fourth Week LONDON UB — Britain's waterfront strike, which has idled 44,000 of 76,000 cargo handlers in this maritime nation, entered its fourth week today with no settlement in sight. The National Federation of wholesale Grocers warned that stocks ot imported bacon, cheese, butter, eggs and tinned fruits were running low and said the situation would become serious if the work stoppage continues until next weekend. The strike has paralyzed the big port of London and crippled operations at six other important ports, including the key freight-handling cities of Liverpool and Hull. More than 300 ships are idle in the ports. Cargoes worth an estimated 120 million pounds (336 million dollars) are being held up. A committee of government ministers which has been keeping an eye on essential imports scheduled another meeting for today. It was expected the group would recommend the use of troops as stevedores if the strike continues beyond Wednesday. The dockers walked off their jobs in support of a demand for the i right to refuse overtime work. nelly and prison officials intensified their study of the state penal system. Survey Planned The governor is trying to set up a commission to survey the entire Missouri setup. Work was started on it after the most disastrous riot in the prison's history occurred last Sept. 22. Four prisoners were killed and 30 men injured. Another rebellion Friday was quelled without casualties. None of the convicts injured Saturday was reported in serious condition. Nine were wounded by guards. The others, suffering bruises and lacerations, were believed injured in tights between Negro and white prisoners. The Negro prisoners were just being marched into the dining hall when white convicts started their food demonstration. A guard killed Joseph Coffey, 27, who was serving a six-year term for burglary and larceny, at the top of a stairs in a cell block. The warden said Coffey was shot after he and other prisoners tossed chairs and furniture down the stairs at the guards. The warden said Coffey refused to heed commands to get back to his cell. A disturbance also occurred Saturday night in the women's branch of the prison, which is located about a half mile from the men's penitentiary. Debbie, Eddie To Wed in June HOLLYWOOD tf» — It's all set now between singer Eddie Fisher and actress Debbie Reynolds — the ring, the announcement and the date. They told a staivstudded crowd of 400 at a Saturday night cocktail party that they will marry next June. Joan Crawford, Jack Benny, Van Heflin, Terry Moore. Jack Webb and others admired the seven-carat sparkler Debbie showed them. 8 Spies Arrested KARLSRUHE, Germany (JP) — West German authorities have announced the arrest of eight 'Arsons on charges of spying for a foreign country. The spy ring was cracked during the past several days, the federal prosecutor's office said. GET RICH QUICKLY—Publicity-wise Las Vegas, Nev., came up with a new idea as Jane Pike, left, and Karolee Kelly add flavor to an inviting scene as they play with 5900 pounds of silver dollars in Chicago, 111. The $100,000 and the two girls were imported from Las Vegas. 1 Nevada Fastest-Growing State WASHINGTON tfi — The Census Bureau says Nevada was the nation's fastest-growing: state during the last four years while West Virginia showed the greatest population decline. The bureau's annual estimate of population growth by states showed last night that all but 3 of the 48 states had civilian population gains from April 1, 1950, to July 1, 1954. West Virginia's population dropped 2.9 per cent during that period while Nevada showed a 33.1 per cent gain. Other states with shrinking populations were Arkansas and New Hampshire. Gains of more than 20 per cent were registered for Arizona and Florida. The bureau estimated the nation's civilian population — which excludes members of the armed forces — totaled 159,084,000 last July 1. This was an increase of 6.3 per cent irom the 149,634,000 counted In the last full census April 1, 1950. NOTICE! It It dangerouc to let covgli from common cold hang on Chronic bronchitis maydevelop if your cough or chest cold is not treated. Start quick using Creomulsion as directed. Creomulsion soothes raw throat and chest membranes, loosens and helps expel gcrmy phlegm, mildly relaxes systemic tension and aids naiure fight the cause of irritation. No narcotics. For Children get milder, faster Creomulsion for Children in the pink and blue package at your drug counter. CREOMULSION relieves Coughs, Chest Colds, Acute Bronchitis Total population, including the armed forces, was estimated at 162,414,000 as of last July. UN Begins Final Talks On Arms UNITED NATIONS. N. Y. Ml — The u. N. Assembly Politick Committee me red the final phase of its disarmament debutes today with a wary eye on Russia's Andrei Vishinsky. Last Friday Vishinsky agreed to join the Western Big Three and Canada in a resolution calling for iiev.' five-power closed-door talks on disarmament. Vlshinisky agreed with other delegates that the road to real agreement was n rough one but he said there might be light ahead. Agreements were signed in Paris Saturday designed to bring West Germany Into the Western defense alliance. Moscow countered immediately by calling for a new four- power meeting on German unity, adding: "It is impossible to propose a general reduction of armaments and at the same time carry out remilitarization of Western Germany." One delegate remarked: "It Is certain that what Moscow said Saturday, Mr. Vishinsky will say here Monday." Lanolin is a wool fat, made from greasy coating found on sheep's wool. Oops! Industry Heading North Textile Executive U Bucking Trend Term,, several years ago from Its original si',: in this area. He will relocate in the former Gold Seal hosiery mills here. Wood of the horse chestnut trw is soft and light. It Is well-suited for making artificial limbs, woodenware, and toys, A hosiery he's found READING. Pft. Ml mill executive says he "economic conditions In the North and the South are about equal" and has announced that his firm is moving buck to Pennsylvimta. Nicholas Malesky. president of j the Bella Co.. a hosiery dyeing and finishing firm, said "the labor situation in the North is more favorable than it has been for many yenvs. Move prospective employes are again Available." In bucking a long-nine trend in the textile industry. Malesky declared that "the advantages obtained by the move to the South are gradually disappearing." He added that, by moving North, "the company is closer to the markets." Malesky, of Stowe. Pa., moved j his company to Mount Pleasant. Relieve Suffering Fast-Effectively with WICKS W VAPORUB SARASOTA, FLORIDA Where Summer Spends the Winter Every day ii a fun-filled day ot tunny Saratoga! Winter home of the Greatest Show an Earth — Rirtfling Brothers -— Barnum & Bailey Circus, Boston Red Sox spring training, Ringling Museum or Art, jungle gardens, sandy beaches and fabulous fishing. Yes, you will enjoy event' ful, exciting Saratota — day and night! OPEN DECEMBER I The Saratota Terrace it the finest on Florida't famous Wett Coart — twimming pool, ihuffleboard courti, excellent dining and cocktail lounge. American and European plan. Guettt enjoy privilege* of Lido Beach, Bobby Jones golf course, including free transportation to these facilities. 'Southern Hospitality" SARASOTA TERRACE, P. 0. Box 1720, Phone Ringling 2-0421, SARASOTA, FLA. HOPE FOR THE WOMAN ALCOHOLIC The wmnaii who (urns lo AA learns very soon that, so far as modern medicine knows, if she is now an alcoholic she will always be an alcoholic. There is no known "cure" for alcoholism. This is a very simple fad. It must be faced out but it needs not be discouraging. Heinji an alcoholic means simply you have a choice of two things—You can continue lo drink, in which case the only foreseeable ends will be premature death or confinement in an institution, or you can face up to the reality of your condition and live without alcohol. If you are an alcoholic, living without alcohol sounds like a fantastically impossible way of life. Alcohol may be associated in your mind with many pleasant memories. It may seem us important to you as food, clothin); or shelter. Ijfc without alcohol may seem barren and uninviting. The answer to these mental reservations is that thousands of women, many of whom probably had longer drinking histories than your own, have chosen to live without alcohol uml now iiuvc no desire to return to their former drinking patterns. Their lives have become more useful und more meaningful. To these women it has not been a case of "giving up" something.. ..but of acquiring a new appreciation of what life can mean. I These women have given up hangovers and the sense of shame and remorse that follows so much uncontrolled drinking. They have given up the alcoholic quarrels with loved ones, the feeling of failure where husbands and children arc concerned, and the terror tnnt comes from wondering what may have happened during a drunken blackout. In their place, these women in AA have acquired new physical and emotional health —a feeling of having a place in the world and of being useful. They have acquired a new sense of self respect and the knowledge of their children's, husband's or sweetheart's love—honestly earned and freely given. If you have a drinking problem and would like'to do something about it, write or contact ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 873 Blytheville, Ark. Closed Meetings Tuesday Nights at 8 p. m. Open Meetings Friday Nights ut 8 p. m. CLUB ROOM at 410 E. MAIN FASHION SALE WITH EVERY BEDROOM SUITE PURCHASED DURING OUR 'TALL FASHION SALE" YOU WILL GET AT NO EXTRA COST A NEW 39.95 MATTRESS BEDROOM •l-Pc. Mahogany Poster Bedroom Suite 1-t'c. Blond Poster Bedroom Suite 3-I'c. Modern Blond 0;ik Double Dresser Bedroom Suite . . , WAS $279.00 $169.95 . SI 79.95 NOW $ 229°" 139 95 W 5 LIVING ROOM 2-Pc. Green Wool Frieze 2-Pc. Fade-A-Way Ensemble 2-Pc. 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