The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1953 · Page 5
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MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1953 Rt.YTIIKVn.I.E (AUK.) COURIER N'EWR Barmaid Nabbed At DeQueen en Kidnap CSwoe Woman, 20, Accused Of Abducrinq f/exie-n Child, Cruglit by FBI DE QUE"!N Wi - A 20-year-old b?.rmaid and ir^litciub entertainer hn been charged with kWnanin? a Mexican baby and bringing him ytip e. says the FBI. M. W. Mr-Vi'.rlin. chief nf the L:Ule Rock District, said Myrtle EM Tipinn had the M-monlh's-old boy, Juan Cuillermo Flores, when the FBI arrested her Saturday at the home of her sister in DeQueen. Sl:e is being held in Miller County jail at Texarkana under $'>.000 bond. The baby is at a DeQueen hospital, awaiting the arrival of his Higher, Mrs. Consuelo Flores. ^ Uss Tinton had been working in night clubs at Juarez. Mexico,with the baby's mother, Me Farlin said. She received the mother's permission to take the boy on a shopping Lour April 2. Me Farlin said, but when she failed to return with the child the next day, the mother notified police. Me Farlin Quoted Miss Tipton as saying she took the child across the border to El Paso, Tex., and w/3n a cab driver told her she violated the law by transporting a Mexican national across the border she became panicky and took oli for Arkansas. The baby devel- or^d measles on the way, I' U. S. Attorney Holvey Williams of El Paso filed a kidnaping charge against Miss Tipton, Me Parlin said. 'AGE FIVE Commodity And Stock Markets— N«w York Cotton May July Cct . Dec . Open High Low . 33:6 3320 3313 . 3S35 3338 3330 . 33?9 3345 3337 . 3316 3350 3345 N«w Orleans Cotton May July Oct , Dec Open . 3316 . 3330 . 3 36 . ili 8 High Low 3316 3,1(1 3335 3325 3341 3336 3348 3344 Verber Pleads Guilty to Spy Charge WASHINGTON Wi-Otlo Vcrber, an Austrian-born former U. S. Army intelligence officers, pleaded guilty today to conspiring to spy on American defense secrete for Russia. Vcrber. 31. entered his surprise plea before U. S. District Judge Alexander Holtaiff. The judge said he would impose sentence later, verber laces a maximum of ten years in prison. James C. Toomcy. Court-appointed counsel for Kurt Ponger, 39, Ver- 33451 1)e ' s ' co-defendant and brotner-in- law. told reporters that his -lient 1:15 33'9 3338 3345 332(1 J:15 3316 J335 3341 Chicago Wheat May July Cpen , 223 5 » . 225 1 , 225 > Chicago Corn Open May July Soybeans May July . Sept . Nov . Open . 3011; 207'S , 2°0'i 272 159», 162 305 :1 i 301 283 s ; 275'i Low 221V. 223', Low 158'i, 161 >,» 1:15 222% 224% 132 Blytheville XKOWLAND (Continued from Page I) April 0, published in a copyrighted article today by U. S. News and World Report—said such action, plus Soviet agreement to unify Germany, would show a true desire for peace. But Tito, the only Red ruler to have split with the Kremlin, foresaw no end now to the cold war. Adenauer was quoted during his talks with U. S. officials last week in Washington as saying Russia could best show peaceful intent by accord on Austrian peace, German \ choir and' Boys' and unification and withdrawal of aid clubs. Little Rook am to the Chinese Reds in Korea. Explored by Dulles The Question of American aid to the Pal- East, with a possible shift of U. S. grants from Western Eu- in State Festival One hundred thirty-two students from lilylhcuiio ni 5h school took pnrt in. HIP Arkansas State Hich School Choral M usic Festival In Hot Spring Thursday and Friday. Chairmen o[ (he slate festival was o.i Hon c. Fov.ision of Blytheville. The Blyihcville singers were directed by. Mrs. Wilson Henry, senior hlsh school music director. intends to stand trial, Verber pleadeo guilty to one of j rope to the Orient, was explored the two charges in the indictment aealnst him and Ponger. This count alleges that he and Ponger conspired together and with others to collect information con- corning the U. S. Army and Air 1:15 ! Force In Austria and In this coun- 159U try for transmission to Russia 162 Low 301 298?i 280 272 1:15 305U 301 283 ••/, 275'i Riofinq Prisoners Are Given Food STILLWATER. Minn. UP} — For the first time In 48 hours, food v,--s served today to some 800 Still- vr'er state prison inmates in two c"''blocks damaged and littered in a vyeek end uproar. The food - three sandwiches, opke. cookies, fruit and coffee- v?s the first since Saturday break- f.'st. At that time, the convicts were locked in their cells and told in a statement they could not dictate terms of their imprisonment. The statement referred to a sit- down strike last Thursday which resulted in firing of the prison chef. Enraged Inmates began yelling, throwing things through windows, breaking cell furnishings and starting small paper and rag fires. The bedlam continued until late Saturday night and broke out intermittently Sunday. New York Stack* A T and T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth St=el Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester J C Penrey Republic Stsel Radio .. Socony Vacuum Studebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears D S Steel Sou Pac School Lunch Program Topic Of Staff Meeting European Nations Trade Meeting GENEVA, Switzerland (/Pi—Delegates from nearly all European countries. Including both parts of Germany, met here in secret today to discuss a possible revival of trade between East and West Europe. The meeting was expected to provide one of the Soviet Union's | Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Til. tfl — (USDA1—Hogs 12,00; active, uneven: barrows and gilts 15 to to 35 higher than Friday's average, mostly 25 to 35 up; sows steady to 25 higher, mostly steady to strong; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs 21.75-85; several hundred head mostly choice Nos. 1 and 2 190225 Ibs 21.90-22.00; 240-270 Ibs 21.0050; few to 21.75; 280-300 Ibs ".0.5075; 150-170 Ibs 20.25-21.50; 120-140 Ibs 17.25-19.25; sows 400 Ib! down 19.75-20.25; heavier sows 17.7519.50; boars 13.00-15.50. Cattle 6,000; calves 1,000; trading slow ofj all classes, with few low and average good steers weak to 50 lower at IS.00-20.00: some choice mixed steers and heifers 21.00: sales confined to smaller Interests with big packers inactive. 155 7-8 71 1-2 39 1-8 50 7-8 79 1-4 117 1-2 69 3-8; s hall of the Manila faculty, and 62 • Mrs Mildred Howerton home eco- 63 7-8! nomics teacher at Shawnee School. 21 1-8 J Taking part in a panel discussion. 30 1-4: "Students Look at tlie Lunch 63 i-2iRoom' were Miss Ruth Powell, 48 ' state supervisor of school lunches: 26 1-8 J Anthony Serio, Leachville grade 34 school teacher; Mrs. Charlsie Lit- 36 tie principal of Osceola Elementary 70 1-2 School; and the following students: S3 5-81 Terry Manie of Osceola Junior 57 3-8| High School: Mildred Cook of Mis- 38 7-8 sissippl County Hi?h School: Betty 45 Swihart of Leachville High School; and Linda Dunn of Blytheville Junior High School. The group's fall meeting will be held in Whitton at a date to be decided later. by Secretary of State Dulles testimony March 18 before ft House appropriations subcommittee. In his testimony, made public yesterday, Dulles said: 1. The U. S. contribution to the North Atlantic allies, to be considered this month in Paris, "could he considerably less" than now. 2. More help for Indochina, where the French have been fighting a long guerrilla war against tlie Communists, might permit large cutbacks there later. 3. More money may be needed to put lagging deliveries of promised goody to Formosa, the seat of Nationalist China, back on schedule. Taft, the Senate Republican leader, and Wiley, chairman of School the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, voiced their skepticism of the Soviet peace overtures in week- "Eriucational Possibilities of the Lunch Room Program" was the topic discu««ed at a Mississippi County school lunch personnel meetini at the Leachville Grade Saturday. Taking part on the program were Roy Ashabranner. suoerinten- {end interviews. t of Manila schools. Miss Mar- | Taft said he thinks "Russia is trying to fool us." He said the West must not be lulled into letting its military defense deteriorate or agreeing to an unstable truce in Korea. He said he doubts thc^Reds will agree to any truce in Korea at the present battle line. But with sur.h a truce, he said, "war might occur again at any time." Wiley cautioned that Russia may be switching its aggression from Asia to the Near East "and a bridge to Africa—that's their primary objective." "The Communist peace offers are phony," lie declared. PRESIDENT (Continued from Page 1) ter life to all our peoples." ,. . . , , , . . , i After his Washington speech first opportunities to demonstrate Thur5day , Elsenhower will-fly back the ^mcerity of its "peace often- to Augusta . slop pj ng brlefly Ht Eden's Condition Good LONDON (fl*)—Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden's condition today Is good, the Foreign Office said. Eden, 55. underwent an operation for gall bladder condition at the Lon don Clinic yesterday. MOX i> In West BlythevilU Show Starti Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun 1:00 Always A Double Feature LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature A MOHOGRNI PICI'Jdt Also Cartoon & News TUBS - WED Double Feature I'ete Smith Comedy •••••••••••••••••••*•«•» Salisbury, N. C., to take part in the 200th anniversary celebration of Rowan County, The President and the First Lady «tt«nded services yesterday at the National Presbyterian Church, then went on to the Pan American Building for his speech. Court Reverses Missco Decision The Arkansas Supreme Court today held that the Mississippi County Court of Common Pleas prematurely ordered an execution against Bill Madsen to satisfy a judgment for $347.59 in favor of Paul Bradley. The verdict reversed the Mississippi County Circuit Court, Chickasawba District. j The Court sent the case back \vith ; orders that.Madsen's petition to set' aside the execution be granted. Leochvifle Man Held for Incest Marvin Roberts, 48-year-old Leachville lal>orer. lias been sent to Stnte Hospital, Little Rock, following charges of Incest filed against him here Snerifl William Berryman said today. Roberts will be under observation at the Stale Hospital for a period of 30 days. Sheriff Berryman said his office acted on a complaint by Roberts' 15-year-old daughter. Medical examination, Sheriff Berryman stated, revealed the girl had had sexual intercourse. Blytheville High school musical sroups represented included the Girls' Glee k and Blytheville were the only schools entering boys' Slee clubs. The Blytheville students Joined vocal groups from 29 other schools in a mass concert"'Friday night,. The festival was sponsored by the Vocal Music Section of the Arkansas Education Association. Adjudicators were Archie N. Jones of the University of Texas and Maynard Klein of the university of Michigan. Thirty-one parents and facults members accompanied the students to Hot Springs. POWs (Continued from Page 1) processing. Marines Played "Reds" The dry run was held along nine miles of the 14-mile route from Munsan to the Panmunjom exchange site. The role of the ailing" Reds was taken by 225 U. S. Marines, British and Soutli Korean troops. They were loaded on a hospital train at Munsan. In the actual exchange. Red prisoners will be brought frofra Pusan to Munsan by rail. From Munsan, the "patients" were transferred to a fleet of 3 ambulances and driven to the simulated exchange point. There they were turned over in groups of 25 to an imaginary Red receiving team. The same group played the part of returning Allied prisoners, In the actunl exchange, the U. N. will turn over 500 POWs daily in groups of 25 and the Reds will deliver 1 daily in groups of 25. PHONE Subway Death Toll Now Ten LONDON Iff) — The toll in the London subway crash Wednesday reached 10 today with the death of an injured passenger in a hospital. Six others still are being treated in hospitals, bnt none ts in a serious condition. Obituaries With the Courts CHANCERY The following livorce decree has been filed: Eula McGrew and William H. McGrew. Rites Held tor Infant Services for Roney Lynn Conlcy, son of Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Con- Ifiy of Hornersville who died eight hours aft or birth at Blythevilli 1 Hospital yesterday morning, were conducted yesterday afternoon at Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. T. j. Richardson. Burial was in Dogwood Cemetery. In addition to the parents, the (Continued from Page I) on Us net investment in Arkansas that this still would be inadequate. The firm has not said Mint It considered a fair return on Its Investment. Hearing of the company's Bide Is expected to take all week, after which the hearing will be recessed to allow the Commission and protesting: cities to prepare for cross- examination. The PSC is not expected to rule on the case until sometime in June, Bell gol an annual increase of S3.6 million from the PSC las January. Negro Church Gives Fellowship Program A city-wide fellowship prograi was conducted yesterday at Bethe AME Church, First and Coleridge with Rev. D. C: Harbor, pastor Lane Chapel AME Church of Ca nilJiersvillp, Mo., delivering the ser nion. Shannon Little, director of phy .sir:al education at Tennessee Stat College, was guest sneaker. A. Z. Sawyer was In charge of program at the church yestcrda evening which featured recitation child is survived by a brother, Rob- I and a play by Harrison Hlg] ert Larry Conley. School students. >\""- M;-Heres CHRYSLER QUALITY ^ for little more than a low-priced car! ^ • Full-time Power Steering, optional, lets you turn easier and safer than ever. With fewer turns of the steering wheel! • New double-strength Oriflow shock absorbers really banish humps and bounce! • Here in money's-worth that must be driven to be appreciated. Call on your Chrysler-Plymouth dealer soonl • It's a fact! . . . you can own this superb Chrysler Windsor for little more titan a low priced car with all its extras! • Chrysler »ize and comfort . . . quality . . . prestige . . . safety. All here at surprisingly modut co«t. », Famous Spitfire engine gives you power »nd performance that will thrill you every railel CHRYSLER WINDSOR at NEW LOW PRICES ' - T I SEAY MOTOR CO 121 E Main Street Court Hears Traffic Coses, Corner Violations Six cases In Municipal court tills morninjj iiKludocl one charge of drunken driving, four counts of license and transport carrier violations and n charge of leaving the scene of an accident. Albert J. Galbreth. dinrited with driving while Intoxicated, furtViUsd bond of $120. Failure lo display proper cao card brought forfeiture of $f>l) bond' by V. L. Motsinger, and A. I. Bridges forfeited $50 bond for opt-ruting a transport carrier under illi'cal lease 111 violation of rules find regulations of the stale Motor Carrier Division. Tom Shellon pleaded guilty to the charge of operating a motor vehicle without license ami svns fined $25 and costs with $18 of (he fine suspended. A charge of using a ncti- tious motor vehicle license against Bcnnie Williams brought a plea of guilty and a fine of $25 and costs. William Tyes, Negro, was found guilty of leaving the scene of an accident Saturday night Involving his car and a vehicle owned by Kelton Francis, 310 Dougan Street. Tjes was fined ,S25 and costs. Testifying at the trial were Bobby Francis, 17. and Frank Seay Jr., 16. occupants of the Francis car who said the accident occurred when they attempted to pass Tyes' car and it turned left, striking their ve- hicle m Ihe side. Both automobiles were traveling south. The boyc stsil- ctl that Tyes stopped following the wreck, but then left before police arrived. Tyes denied that he was driving his cur. He said it had been taken from its parking place downtown I earlier Saturday night, and that 1 when he found it later, it had been in a wreck. Both boys Identified Tyes as driver of the car. Officers Willii' Hopper and Fred Hodge Investigated t^ie accident and arrested Tyes at his home this morning. A collision at Main and 20th Streets last ni^ht involved cars of Mrs. Josle Ilatchell, 413 South 20th and Bobby Baker of Dell. Officers Bert Ross and J. R aim- ter reported both vehicles were triiv. ding west on Main and the collision occurred as Mrs. Hatchel started a left turn onto 20th Street. Ships Collide Off Japan; 2 Missing TOKYO tfP>—The U. S. freighter American Mail and a Japanese fishing boat collided today in haxy weather sis miles east of Yoko- •Immn. The fishing boat sank ond t\vo of its crew are missing. The American Mail, undamaged, picked up eight of the 10 Japanese crewmen then searched two hours for Ihe others. THEATER' Dell, Arkansas Box Office Open 6:45 LAST TIMES TONJTE "YANKEE BUCCANEER" Jeff Chandler - Scott Brady TUESDAY & THURSDAY "JUST FOR YOU" Crosby - Jane Wyman Also Cartoon R T HT 7 THEATER 1 L LJ MANILA, ARK. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY ^ A MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT TREAT! jt'Qty .__ .|| i" 1 AFWfJMOUHIPICIURt WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 'BOMBA & THE JUNGLE GIRL' Johnny Sheffield & Karen Sharpe COTTON SEED FOR SALE Why not plant one-hall' your cotton in EARLY MATURING D & PL-FOX Slate certified IJlue Taz Seed 90% Germination 1 to 5 ton • $135.00 Over 5 ton, inquire NOBLE GILL FARMS Phone 2456 Dell, Ark. MANILA, ARK. "Your Community Center" By Refrigeration Air Conditioned Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 r,AST TIMES TONITE Robert Taylor Eleanor Parker TUESDAY WED -THURS /'MEET ME , AT THE FAIR" Dan Dailey - Diana Lynn Telephone Company Local Taxes in Blytheville Are Enough to Educate 215 Youngsters a Year Tax figures lire impersonal statistics — unlil you look behind them at the things they buy. For example, it doesn't mean much (o most people to say that the telephone company paid 818,500 last year in local taxes here in Hlytheville. Bui when you realize that this was enough to l ); '. v ""•' cns t <'f educating 215 grade school children for n year, the importance of telephone taxes lo everyone in (lie community becomes clear. In (he past se%'cn years, while we have spent .$1,150.000 K''»ss and added 2,500 telephones to keep service improving and c row inK with your needs, our role as a good taxpayer hns grown too. Here in Hlytheville, our local tax bill has tripled since l!Mfi—a big and impor- anl increase in Ihe telephone company's :onlributions lo lilythcville's progress. BENEFITS TO BLYTHEVILLE EMPLOYER . . . provides good jobs for 62 people who c:irn S17.750 a month—and spend most of It here In Blytheville. TAXPAYER . . . pays 818,500 a year in local taxes a!oue~-onoti£h to cover the cost of educating 215 grade school chit-' dreri for a year. DIVIDEND PAYKIl ... to more than 2.800 Arkan^'iiis who have invested $10 million of thdr savings in telephone securities. SOUTHWESTERN BELL—ARKANSAS Ktlio C. Brooks Manager W. W. Mitchell Wire Chief Virginia Davis Chief 0|K.'rator 62 TELEPHONE PEOPLE . . . PARTNERS IN BLYTHEVILLE'S PROGRESS

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