The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1953 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, AP^IL 24, 1588 BLYTHEYlLLg (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THRM, MacArthur Says in Letter — Strike at Red China May Force Peace (Continued from Page 1> began and ehooting there "very dangerously" depleted the nation's ammunition stockpile. Byrd asked for comment on this, plus Pace's i Arthur two years ago for "insubordination" led to a lengthy and testimony tbat MacArthur had ex- he recalled that Washington off! pected an early end to the war. cials vetoed his proposes early in MacArthur referred to his pro- 1951 to bomb Chinese supply bases, gram of striking at the Chinese es'ablish a naval blockade of Chi- mainland—a program which for- n?., and use Chinese nationalist mer President Truman opposed as j troops from Formosa. lengthy Investigation in spectacular Senate. The general did not say how the U. S. should hit Red China, but polentially leading U> worldwide conflict. Truman's ouster of Mac- Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton / Open High Low May 3295 33fiO 3236 July 3323 3367 3322 Oct 3330 33B5 3330 Dec 3345 3368 3345 New Orleans Cotton Open High Low May 3301 3360 3301 July 3328 3362 3326 Oct 3336 3364 3336 Dec 3347 3369 3347 Chicago Wheat Open Hich Low May ... 319'-I 2193 i 218% July ... 222!i 2223 6 220- 14 1:15 3360 3360 3360 Would Weaken Communism This destruction, he said, would deny Red China "the resource to support modern war and sustain larse military forces in the field." "This in turn would greatly wraken the Communist government of China and threaten the Soviet's present hold upon Asia," he said, adding: "It (Russia) would dread i-isk- ing the eventuality of a Red China debacle, and such a hazard might weil settle Ihe Korean War and .ill other pending global issues on equitable terms just as soon as It realizes we have the will and the means to bring them to a prompt 3362 3360 Chicago Corn 1:15 Open Hich Low May ... 158 38 158'' B 158' 8 July ... 16H 8 161 3 :, 1611J, Soybeans Open High May .... 303 a i 304 3 i July .... 301 301 ••', Sept .... 283 "i 283 1 , Nov .... 273-'! 274 New York Stocks | A T and T ................ 1S4 3-4 ; Amer Tobacco ............ T2 \ Anaconrin Copper ......... 31 1-8 i Beth Steel ................ 501-2 Low 302U 280 271» 4 3367 | alic | definite determination." | He said his requests to bomb j. 15 |and blockade Red China and use 3360 ! chine!=e Nationalist troops "were ,<,,-, actually approved by the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Jan. 12, 1851." "But somewhere between the offices of the secretary of de- j fense. the secretary of state and 1:15 j lhl ? President, those recommenda- 219'-2 I tinns v -'S re Pigeonholed," he said. 221 :1 4 At lhe time. Gen George C. Marshall was secretary of defense, Denn Aeheson was secretary of state and Truman was President. MacArthur said this country then "took the course leading to the present stalemate of positional warfare." which "necessitated tremendously increased expenditure of iimunition to protect our lines from enemy infiltration or collapse." The peneral now is an official of Remington Rand. Calvary Baptists Plan Welcome For New Pastor Calvary Baptist Church will ex- lend a formal welcome to its new pastor Sunday afternoon. An hour and a half program Is scheduled to net under way at 2:30 p.m. to welcome the Rev. J. H. Melton, who assumed his duties as pastor last Sunday. Among; those scheduled to take part on the prolram are the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of First Baptist Church here and moderator of the Mississippi County Baptist Association; the Rev. James Rainwater, pastor of First Christian Church and president of the Bly- Lheville Ministerial Alliance; the Rev. David McPeake, pastor of Trinity Baptist Church: the Rev. C. L. Johnson, assocfat.ional missionary; and Mayor Dan Blod- Bett. POWs 161',2 1:15 304', 301 282', 273 4 76 7-8 68 5-8 60 1-8 Chrysler Gen Electric Gen Motors .. .. Montgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester .... J -C Penney Republic Steel ... Radio Soconv Vacuum .. Sturiebaker .. .... Standard of N J . Texas Corp ' Sears U S Steel Snu Pac 44 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. Wi -7. (USDA'—Hoss 7.500: uneven: 160-230 Ibs barrows and sills mostly choice Nos. 1 and 2 early strong to 25 higher; larcely 10 to 15 up: later sales all 180 Ibs up barely steady with Thursday's average; 170 Ibs down strong to 25 higher, instances 50 up; sows steady to strong; early sales choice Nos. 1 and 2 180-230 Ibs 24.25-50; late Kales including full width of choice grade 24.00-25; most 240-270 Ibs 23.2524.00; heavier weights scarce; 150- Christine Signs With Variety Show i LOS ANGELES IIP: — At a re- 62 j ported salary of $12.000 for one n-eek, 21 5-8 i Christine Jorgenesen opens at the 23 1-2! avphetim Thwter here May 8 68 3-4 | billed ns the star of a variety (Continued from Page U change got under, way promptly at a.m. with 19 Americans among the first 50 Allied prisoners handed over. The 50 were processed here quickly and reached Freedom Village near Munsan a short time ater. The second group of 50, relumed ater in the day, were delivered in ess than 15 minutes., a record time. There werp 21 Americans in the group. The men Were in good spirits and most were smiling and waved from the ambulances as they arrived at the Allied receiving tents. The first question one American asked was whether there was anything to eat other than rice and barley. Another called out to a military police officer: "It's good to see you even though you are an MP." A huge GJobemasler transport plane took 12 more Americans and six Colombians to Tokyo Army 5 Feared Dead In Crash of Navy Plane SAN DIEGO W'l — Five men were believed killed in the crash of Navy plane Just off San Diego lust night, the Navy said today after a glove and a shoe were found amonR debris on the water. The glove was definitely Identi fieri a.s belonging to one of the men on the two engine RD-4 transport, Pacific Fleet Air Headquarters reported. It, the shoe and several empty life jackets were found among wreckage debris off Point Lorna, which Juts out at the entrance to San Diego bay. A Point Loma resident reported hearing the plane dive and crash about 11 o'clock last night, shortly after taking off from the San Diego Naval Air Station. The plane was fen route from El Centra, Calif., to Alameda. Calif., with a crew of three and two passengers. It was not heard from after the take off. ATROCITIES FARM (Continued from Pape i) menus nf figurine parity ai-p need- pd. especially in connection with cntion," he stated. "The farmer gambles everythig he has each year and must, have some assurance thai, if he does make a crop he \vill get a fair return," Mr. Wyatt said. A sliding parity scale can slide! only down and "certainly a pros- [ porous nation is worth the cost, of a prosperous agriculture." Mr. Wyatt. began his address with a rundown of Farm Bureau functions on the county, state and national levels. Tn Mississippi County, he listed these Fnnri Bureau ativities: Work to Ret cot t on and a If a I fa research projects and a/.i insect hospital on the first lesr of a jour- j s «'' v py ir » connection with the Uni- ney home. Nine were litter cases. ' ""' " NATO 47 1-3 I revue. 25 3-8 i The 32 3-4 34 3-4 «8 1-4 52 5-8 56 3-8 38 1-4 j former Ol who underwent, (Continued from Page 1) Georges Bidault. who voted for it. asked continued support for his country in the war in Indochina. U. S. Secretary of State Dulles supported him in the plea. The text of the NATO council's resolution was not made public im- mark for sex modifications scheduled to explain a color fll. produced in Denmark, and discm travels and experiences. nng development of Highway in connection with the propose bomber base at Jacksonville, nea Little Rock. The Commission also referre to Eldridge proposed revision truck routes through Little Rock The 1953 Legislature gave the Com mission, rather than city councils _ n ....^ ,„„ .authority to designate what cit; 170 Ibs. 22.50-24.no" few *24.25-' I'O- i streets should be used by trucks 140 Ibs 19.50-22.00 , surccry and treatment in Den- j mediately but the gist of it was re----- '- ' ..... layed to reporters soon after the vol.inR was concluded. The resolution was presented by the U. S. secretary of state, who told a news conference last nisht Congress would be looking for some other way of defending Europe if there was not substantial progress toward ratification of Ihe treaty by June 30. As reported to the press, the resolunon declared the whole community 01" 14 North Atlantic Nation regards with "extreme impor- $16,000,000 (Continued from Page 1) sows 400 Ibs down 21.50-22.00; heavier sows 19.50-21.00: hours 14.00-17.00. Cattle 600, calves 500: generally about steady in cleanup trade: mostly individual head and small lot-s commercial to choice steer and heifers n.50-21.50; Hghtwelgh utility offerings 15.00-IB.50; cow. continued dragsy; utility and com mercial 13.00-15.00. NYLON MESH A-B-C-D Widths sm/ifeii &nJjee A breeze to wear, this smart Jarman is designed with cool Nylon mesh to make you look smarter and feel belter. For Ihe happiest walking under the sun, come in today and try on a pair. YOUR fRIfNDLY SHOI STOKI versity of Arkansas Extension Service. Work' to gain equal freight rates for soybean shipments. Provision of fertilizer testing equipment for the county agents. Sponsorship of the 4-H fat calf show. I Payment of expenses for youths j to state 4-H .convention. ! Spnnsorship of annual 4-H banquets as well as some 4-H awards and the Negro meat and egg exhibit. Farm Bureau membership, Mr. Wyatt. said, saved the fanners nf Ihe county $50,000 in insurance last yea i 1 . Rohirian B. A. Lynch introduced Mr. Wyatt. OuesU at the nittptin? includpd H. E. Phillips and PL C. Buchanan, both of Osceola. (Continued from Page 1) replied: "f nn,st certainly would say they did. It was well planned." Pfc. James R. Dunn of Anderson. S. C., said the Hells left him by Ihe side of a road to die. Ten days after his capture, Dunn said, he was wounded by mi Allied air strike. The Chinese pulled out and "ieft my and another tflly alongside i e roud. The next day the other B u y died." Forced to C'ntwl Six days later some Chinese i picked him up and. although he- I could not walk because of his j wounds... ! "They rushed me almm, pulled ! rifles on me; f crawled uphill afraid they would shoot." | Later he Was token to a. hos- : pita!. Pfc. Harold L. Will, 31. of Bar- Ik'sville, Oklii... also was in a long , march after his capture Dec. 1 I 1'J.iO. He Kind: [ "I didn't see very many die but j here was one ptuce we called \ :3eaUl Valley. I saw them carrying i wo cartloads of ctaul Ols. Each j •ontained about 10 [itiys." ! Pfc. Vii'uil A. Kaver, 23. of ; | Mnnhnsvillo. M O .. siiitl he hud n i | bad neck wound and was sick most, of the lime "in the mining cnmp ! at Death Valley. "I was benteu by the Chinese because t \\I\K unable to carry a load of wood. The Chinese beat me on'the back with a rifle butt." Later condiuons improved, he said, when he was moved to Camp One. But, he added, persons who j talked hack during indoctrination lectures were placed in "jail...in cjiy'es that you couldn't stand up in and you cuuid be scut there for .Hist saying things out ol the way at Communist lectures." Across the road from Prei'dom Village, is the Republic of Korea Fifth Mobile Hospital which is procession returned Souih Korean soldiers. An officer working Uiere j said a ROK returnee told him the ] Reds prohibiled POWs from dis- ! playing POW camp sitms ui the hopes the camp would be hit by a U. N. air raid. "The Reds refused the prisoners' request that they sVould mnrk the camp," he said. Toastmasters Club Inducts 2 BfiiiL'roIl Terry and Bill Hrnlmv- sky were imlurtod ns new members to IJlyllH'ville'K Toii.-Uma.storK Club last ultiht. Past PrcxlcU'iif F'n>d Smulefii presided over induction of the new monibpi's. Keith Bilbrey. Worth Holder, Bob Jamison, Lislon Nroly and Kellpy Weleli were- speakers. Mr. Sandefur was genenil evaluator. Suif Is Filed In Liquor Fight UTLE ROCK M'» - An official of tile Arkansas Fair M:t lingers Assnrintiim today filed a suit charftinK 1 that nine wholesale Junior distributors in the slat« have collected more ilian 1.2 million ilol- lurs in Ulei^il markups of liquor prices over the past three years. In Ins suit, Bob Shivers 'of Hope charged thai wholesale dealers are adding the :i per cent slate excise tux on liitnor to the i;j per cent markup which they are allowed under "liiir trades" laws. The suit was filed in Pulaski County Court here. Uiiuor dealers and operators of Arkansas' stock .shows mid county liiii-.-; are en^a^ed In a fight over a !;*f>:i act imposing t\ new 3 per cent, tax on liquor. Race for Jaycee Presidency Becomes a Three-Way Battle A 'spirited I hree-way contest la i .shitping up In UIP race for president | of the Blylhcvilta Jaycci\s as the Mmidny ni^hl. election meeting drawn near. Announcement of the candidacy of Billy Boone thi« week wus followed by nn oultmn); of campaign activities in the CHinps of all three iron tend t'l'Ji. The other two pre.sidenlinl nominees, Frank ftarshman unci Bob WmTt'ii. were placed on the ballot by the mmiliiHUiiR committee. Mr. Boone's name was entered by petition. Thft election nifetinj; will kickoft with u lish fry al 6:30 p.m. Monday. The Ten Plagues of Blytheville (see back page) Tin feed, traditionally *prea< 'of candidate* for members and guest*, will l» followed by »peech«« and discussion leading up to tht voting. Runner-up in the presidential election becomes first vice president tindnr Juycee rules. Otiwr HIM* Slav* Hell) Cnllds and Emory Francis naming for second vice president; Nick Powers and. Dun Surge, secretary; Kemp Whls- enluml mid Ijl.st<i:t Neely, treasurer. Seven names nave neen placed In nomination for three board of directors' positions. They are J. L. Westljiook, Ixiiiw Lynch, T. n. Caraway. Kd.'H Hurbvr, Robert West- brouk, Dill stoVHll and Bill Hrabovsky. tance" the rapid entry into force of the treaty. Of the six parliaments which must approve the pact, only the west German lower house has ratified it. Returns to States Set. First Clnss E. w. Miller. Leachville. Rt. 3, \vas amone 15 Ar- kansnns who arrived at. Seattle frnm the Far Enst. They were part. of a group of 2.41)7 officers and en- liste/1 men en route home for assignment from Keren. re- It takes about to produce every * pound of feed dozen eggs. COUNCIL (Continued from Page 1) of the new issue will pet benefil of this rate and their original maturity date, All other bonds ($100,000 worth) in the issue will be callable and are to be;ir interest- not in execs. 1 - of 3'i permit. Unless called «ooner. lust, of the; bonds will not uuiture uni.il 15)80. A $7,000 "cushion" is provided in the nnliiutm-e.. Any time surpluses exceeds this amount, it must be used to call (he bond,-,. Jti-.lHsti Japanese ju-jil-su ohuinally was practiced solely by the nobility, who were thus enabled to their supehoril-y ovrr commoners even without weapons, ju'o to the Encyclopedia. Britnnnica. MDREIFUS 3 essential gar den took Maket gardening a cinch. Saves time . . . work. OftMft TODAY. HflE I FITS Meet Dretfus , ,. Wiar Oiami»4s • \\ivi um vi M MEWfttlt, KTtttCmE Ml DYEKIUM "I CAN EAT ANYTHING NOW!" 5<i wrhel R. VC. WINDROW ol Rockdale, Tennessee, after using DR. 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