The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1953 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 21, 1953
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PAGE TEN (ARK.V COTTIER NEWS TUESDAY, 'APRIL H, NoOneHas Answer on Bow To Liberate Red Satellites By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON W — A constant theme runs through the foreign policy statements of the Eisenhower administration: the liberation and independence of the satellite peoples. But while this may keep the hope of eventual freedom alive among them, no one has come up with a definite answer on how it can be done so long as the Russians don't want it. During the presidential campaign Secretary of State Dulles spoke of the "liberation" of the satellites but explained he did not mean by force. In his speech lo the newspaper editors here Thursday, President Eisenhower expressed a desire for the "full Independence' ot the East European satellites, which are Poland. Czechoslovakia, Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary. And in his own address to the same group Saturday night, Dulles said any hope of peace with Russia, based on the satellites' remaining satellites, would be an "illusion." Since Eisenhower and Dulles both emphasized the goal oi treeing the satellites from the Russian yoke, the natural question is" What can this country do about it? Dulles and Eisenhower thought it would help sustain the hope of the captive peoples If Congress posscd (i resolution condemning their enslavement. Tangled in Politics But this got tangled up in politics. Eisenhower's own Republicans wouldn't approve it in the form he suggested. They wanted to tie on a few words of criticism of the Roosevelt-Truman dealings with Klalln at Yalta and Potsdam. The Democrats wouldn't let that go through, since it affected their party, but endorsed the resolution as It came from Elsenhower and Dudes. The net result: The resolution didn't pass. There seemed to be a strong note of regret In Dulles' address to the editors when he mentioned tliflt this resolution had beeu side- ttacked. He said he was "persuad- ttl," as he hoped the captive peoples were, that Congress shares (he President's view. This country can, of course, broadcast lo the people behind the iron curlaln about American friendship and Russian tyranny, but if it loments revolt the Communists are there to retaliate with mass executions. At this time, it would seem the most this country could do is hope for the eventual freedom, some how, of the peoples taken over by the Russians. Perhaps the best hope Is that they will break away as Tito did in Yugoslavia. Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers Administration Cuts $600,000 From Sf. Francis Project WASHINGTON frP) —The Elsen hower Administration has trimmec nearly two million dollars from the Truman budget for Army Engineer flood control and navigation projects in Arkansas and eliminated entirely 10 million dollars for Table Rock. reservoir in Missouri. Rep. Norrell (D-Ark) said figures furnished him show no cut was made in the S4.800.000 recommended by the Truman budget for bank Two Unidentified Planes Bomb Allied Positions SEOUL «p) — Two unidentified planes dropped eight bombs and strafed Allied positions on the Korean West Central Front Sunday, the Army announced last night. There were no casimlltlcs. An Eighth Army spokesman said both planes were propeller driven and there was no Indication whether they were Allied or Communist crnft. stabilization on the Arkansas River In Arkansas and Oklahoma. He told a reporter the reused budget contains these Arkansas projects: Arkansas bank stabilization $4,000,000, same as in Truman budget Blakely Mountain reservoir 5'i million dollars, compared with six million In Truman budget Bull Shoals unchanged at two million. Eliminated completely was S490,- 000 for the Little Missouri River below Murfreesboro and. the 10 million for Table Rock. Arkansas items In tills project, together with the original Truman recommendations include: St. Francis River, 2!i million dollars, compared with $3,100,000; White River levees, $550.000, compared with $680,000, and North Bank of the Arkansas River. $460.000 compared with $575,000 ill the Truman budget. Doctors Told: Cost of Illness Con Be Reduced LITTLE ROCK W) — Tile president of the Arkansas Medical Society said yesterday It is an "absolute duty" for doctors to guide a patient financially as well ns medically. Dr. S. A. Drennnn of Stuttgart told doctors at the opening session of the society's 77th annual convention that: "We cannot put a bargain price on our services, like the mass production outfits do. Bui we can and do jive more and better health sen-ices per dollar and we can do better." He tok! the doctors the cost of illness can be reduced In ways. "Don't sell short the lowly office visit and the house call— They are still the most economical of practice," he said. many ways ' Adenauer Urges Europe Unife For Freedom HAMBURG, Germany UP) — West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer yesterday called on the Germans and all Europeans to unite behind the world leadership of President Eisenhower to seek "' ity, peace and freedom." Adenauer, just back from a two- weeks visit to the U. S. and Canada, told a convention of his Christian Democratic party Elsenhower's recent challenge to Russia to end the cold war set the course for the free world. He said that in Europe Eisenhower's program was based on unification and the speedy creation of a Nine buildlni; permits, including one for the construction of a four- room dental clinic, were filed with the City Engineer week. Dr. Dun Smith was granted permit to build a brick dental clinic In the 300 block on North Second Street. The job Is valued at $0,000. Holly Development Corporation received a permit tn 'ouild a live- room frame residence at 613 Adams Sti-eet. Value Is placed at $9,000. Two business firms iiled for permits to make additions to their present establishments. C. R. Orsburn was given a permit U) add one room lo nestway Cleaners at 1918 West Main at a value of SI.000. J. L. O'.Steen wa.s f-ranled permission to add a two-room building at O'SU'en Tourist. Court on South Di- . vision Street at an estimated value j of $1,000. Four permits were granted for one-room additions to residences of A. G. Wheat at 518 Lilly Street, value $200; Leo Burton on South Ei;:h!h Street, value s-'iOO: Noah and Bessie KiiH-ls, 11H2 South Clark SI reel, value s;^50: and Beatrice Moss. 838 Shivers Street, value $2,000. George Yatcs applied for permit to construct a carport at the res|. dence at fi]4 Harding, valued at $500. Real estate transfers filed last week: Blake nnd Isabelle F. Polly to Ernest and Blanche Lowe, for $1 and other considerations and existing indebtedness to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Lot 21 and north half of Lot 22, Block B. Hearn's Second Addition. John Leonard and Alba Crum Tidwell to James L. and Betty Tidwell, for SI and other considerations, one-half acre in the SE corner, of the SW cjiiarter of Sec 5- T14N-R10K. T. J. and Mary Lnu Smith to Na- j than L. and Bcttye L. Pack, for $10 mil other considerations and assumption of iiuli-bledncss,. Lot 20, Block B, avid Acres Subdivision. Board of Directors St. Francis jcvce District to Robert Killian, for S59, north halt ot the fractional NW quarter of Sec. 30-T14N-R9E. E. D. Ferguson to E. D. and Carrie A. Fei-Riisrm, for $1, all interest (2/51 in the east 38 feet of the RKCE1VES BRONZE STAR — First Lt. James M. Baughman (rigiit) of Blytlievllle, reccieves the Bronze star Medal from Maj. Gen. David L. Ruffner, 45th Infantry Division commander, during ceremonies at division post in Korea. Baughmnn was cited for meritorious service as a defense platoon leader in Headquarters Company. His wife, Lucille, lives at Blytheville, Rt. 3. News oi Men In the Service the P j rst Cfl ] rar y Division after serving 10 months in Korea. Ordnance Supply specialist with the 700th Ordnance Battalion. 45th Infantry Division. Sgt. Ewing has been in the Army since 1942. ————^_ ,— Charles E. Walter, fireman, USN, Charles A. Prichard, airman.USN, son of Mr - and Mrs - J - M - Walter son of Mr. and Mrs. Acle Prichard, of Leachville, Rt.l, is serving aboard the escort vessel USS Howard D. Crow which is taking part in "op- 2404 West Rose Street, Blytheville, recently reported at the U. S.Naval Air Station at Patuxent River. Md, cra tl« n Springboard' for duty with Air Transport Squadron one. with the Alantic Fleet in the Caribbean Sea. European defense German divisions. army InclurthiK This course, he added, had the jest chaifce. to press the Russians to make peace for "it. rules out once and for all a neutralization of Ger- uany" which the Russians have iecn seeking. The speech opened Adenauer's campaign for this summer's vital West German elections. liorth (;n feet of Lot 10, all of thi north (18 feel, of Lot 11. and all of Lot 12. in Block. 17. Davis Addition all of Lot 18, Block 2, Beckman Addition Tony G. and Mayine Tucker to B. J. and W. K. Allen, for $500, Lot 2, Block 2, Willie Bcasley Subdivision. Jainra anil Mary Lynn Kccne Magnolia Courts, Inc., for $10 • considerations and subject to niorlKnso, Lot 15, Block John B. Walker Second Subdivision. Board nf Directors St. Francis Levee District, tn Bertha Smith, for 52.70. south 21 feet of west half of Lot 7. Block •!, BURR Addition. FrciUmia Jones of Ward Johnson, for S10, all interest in and to Lot 21, Larry's Fifth Addition. John and Hester Williams. Aaron and Roslo Lcc Williams, Vclma W. Bartholomew, Clara W. Croom, Victoria ..W. Ashabranner, Imogene ChiIclr«Hv-nnd Eleclra W. Sawyer to Jewel .strnvolo Alley, for $1 and othed considerations, west half, of west half of NE quarter of quarter of Sec. 13-T14N-RBE. acres) Jewell strnvolo Alley to Joh Williams, for $1 and other co;isic ernlions, West half ot west Hal NE quarter of NW quarter of 13-T14-ri8E. (10 acres) Nathan and Virginia H. Devers I Russell K. Man-, for $10 and otln considerations and subject to fir mortgage, west half of Lot 7, all i Lo! 8, Block 4, Highland Heigh Capt. James E. Lee, whose wife, Division In Korea. A veteran of 56 air missions the combat zone, Capt. Irby Capt. Chester P, Irby, whose wife, ? cna ; lm at 1703 Cll "° l] street " Neva, lives at Osceola. Rt 3 has Caruthersvtlle, recently completed been awarded the Air Medal while * coul ; se In chemical warfare at the serving with the Second Infantry Eta Jlma s P eclnl| st School in Ja— • • - • — pan. In Commander of Company G at the . school, Capt. Lee entered the Army „..,. *,UIIG, v>rt|Jt. iluy IS ,„ , n .f. r r , j ""-•-^ ""<- f>» inj serving as operations officer for the "J t, ,?u ? e onze Star Second Division Artillery air section. Medal wlth two oak Iea( clus ' e Entering the Army In 1043, Capt. „ ... _~ Irby served in Europe in World 4 ,f ava l tA ! r , Re <* r ™ts Ernest E. War II and was stationed at Fort ^ Ic "' Pa ' rlck H , Corrigan, William Sill. Okla., before going to Korea. ,^ C 1°™. an .l..™ n i p ,£-.. s °^ M ; Sgt. Marvin A. Ewing, son of Mrs. Maggie Mae Ewing of Manila, has arrived in Japan for duty with MARINE LIEUTENANT — Korea veteran, Second Lt. Raymond M. Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira E. Crawford ,1134 Holly Street, Blytheville, recently was commissioned in the U. S. Marine Corps. He is undergoing training at Quantico, Va. all of Blytheville, Donald H. Crewi of Osceola nnd John S. Standrod of Wilson, will Join more than 800 other Naval Air Reservists at the Annual Military Inspection and Review of the seven Naval Air Reserve Aviation squadrons and one Marine Air Reserve Aviation squadron on Saturday evening, at the Memphis Naval Air Station. Rear Admiral Daniel V. Gallery. OSN, Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training and Brig. Gen. Frank H. Lamson-Scribner, USMC. Commander of Marine Air Reserve Training, will conduct the personnel inspection and review beginning at 8 p. m. In the station's drill hall. Principal speaker at the ceremonies will b» Oongrassman Cliff Davis of Tennessee. Two Railroads Get Rate Hikes WASHINGTON (/P) — Two major railroad systems operating west of Mississippi River yesterday were given permits to increase their interstate passenger fares by 10 per cent. The authority, Issued by the Interstate Commerce Commission, weni to the Missouri Pacific Railroad Co., the Southern Pacific Co and their affiliated lines. These roads were also authorized to increase their minimum one-way ticket charge from 15 to 30 cents, Under the ICC order, the railroads may Invoke the higher charges on five days notice to their patrons. , Read Courier News Classified Ads "$50 Million eaten last year, Gentlemen! Good, but lei's do heller this year!" DON'T BE THEIR NEXT VICTIM! If your home is as much as two years old you should have a thorough inspection. We also replace damaged timbers and do floor leveling. Call for a free inspection and estimate. Our company is certified by the Slate of Arkansas. We can treat your home or do any work that is necessary without any down payment with three years to pay. SUPERIOR 535 North Sixth St. •Jermite L^onii'ol Lo. Phone 2350 Addition. Max and Annie Laurie Logan and Harold B. and Marie Max and Annie Laurie Logan and Harold B. and Marie D. Wright, to James M. and Freeda M. Snow, for other considerations, Lots n and 13, Block 3, Highland Place Addition. James M. and Freeda Snow to Max Logan and Harold B. Wright, for $10 and other considerations and fiubject to certain first mort Rage. Lot 2, Block 5, Highland Place Addition. F. A. Robinson to Martha Allen Whltsitt. for $10 and other considerations, Lot 8, and east half of IN KOREA — Pvt. Francis White, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Ben B. White, Blytheville, Rt. I, is stationed in Korea, serving as a switch board operator. He was formerly stationed at Camp Roberts, Calif. Lot 8, Block 2, Sudbury Addition. K. E. East, guardian for the es- ate of Mrs. Mary Willie Morse East Justice, to Housing Authority of City ot Blytheville. for $4,460.15, Lot 1, Vick's Subdivision. HOME DEMONSTRATION" Tail to Oppose Housing Cut Floor Leader Sayi He'll Fight to Get Money Restored WASHINGTON (/P) — Sen. Taf (R-Ohio) says he will fight to restore money for the public housing program if the House goes along with a committee recommendation to wipe it out. Taft, the Senate Republican leader, and one of the original authors of the program, said he favors making money available for the construction of 35,000 low rent units In the year beginning July 1, as requested in former President Truman's budget. He commented in an interivew before leaving Washington for Georgia, where he went to play golf with President Eisenhow The House Appropriations Committee approved language in a money bill forbidding the public lousing administration from mak- ng any further loans or contributions in the program, claiming this would save 795 million dollars Taft disputed this and other sav- n g s the Republican-controlled House committee said had been made in the independent offices Jill. The House is due to act on the bill later this week. The housing program action is certain to stir up a floor fight. "The alleged savings on public lousing do not affect the budget to British Prisoners Arrive in Russia MOSCOW W) — Six British civil-' Inn* and an Irish priest- freed br' the North Kore«nt iteppm from the Trans-Siberian Express yesterday to freedom and a warm British welcome. They were met at Moscow's Yaroslavsky Station after the long train trip across Siberia by Britain's ambassador here. Sir Alvary Gascoigne. and others from the British Embassy. A special RAP transport plans is due to fly in here tomorrow to return the group to England. ; Washington state has an average annual snowfall of 11.6 i any practical extent," Taft said. "I think the program ought to be con, tlnued at the level suggested in the budget until a complete study of the whole public housing policy can be made." LITTLf LIZ— About the only thing owpers of TV sets get on their radios is dust. Blytheville Courier News mtr/ HYDRA-MATIC SERVICE! Mr. C. G. Buchanan is now service manager at Noble Gill Pontiac. Mr. Buchanan has had many years experience with Hydra-Matic Drive and is qualified to efficiently service your Hydra-Matic Drive system. When you have Hydra r Matic trouble, remember, there's on* place in Blytheville where you'll bt assured of proper service . . . Noble Gill Pantiac! Noble Gill Pontiac, Inc. 5th & Walnut St. Phon. 6817

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