The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1955 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1955 BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE US. Expert Guides Soviet Chiefs on India Dam Tour By HAROLD K. MILKS BHAKRA DAM: Northern India (AP) — Premier Biilganin and Nikita Khrushchev toured India's 357-million-dollar irrigation-power project yesterday with American dam builder Harvey Slocum as their guide. Spirited conversations between Khrushchev, the Soviet Communist party duel, and Slocum, chief consultant on the dam, enlivened the tour in which the Russian party of more than 100 was guided through miles of construction work. "It is very good," Khrushchev As Slocum showed the top Soviet leaders a view of the projected 680-foot concrete dam—to the Hie second highest in the world— the stocky Khrushchev '•Ii.'.s a case of you work for me echoed. ' mid I'" «'<"''' ' or you," Slocum re- Du-It-Ymirsi'lf ' marked. __ Again, as they viewed another j "They wouldn't let me in (to lurned'~to plia.se of the slant project which | the United States i." Khrushchev ihe American engineer nnd said: j will irrigate more than two mil- joked with the American engineer "American engineers were helpful'lion no-res ol Indian farmland, to Russia in the early days. Wei Klmi.iht-hev turned lo his Indian learned a good deal from them.I hosts and said in front of Slocum: "You people should learn lo do ;e things yourselves. Then you will not have to depend on foreign but now we are in competition and) '"i soon we will pass them." thes •'Competition is a good thing, will It helps progress." Slocum replied, help." ••They wouldn't give me a pass- Production of Crude Oil Up TULSA. Ot:la. 'J'j—Daily average production of mide oil advanced 54,';'50 barrels, most of it in Oklahoma and Kansas, during the week ended Nov. 19. the Oil and Gas Journals survey showed yesterday. The national daily average output was 6,854,425 barrels, bringing the Journal's estimate of 1855 production to 2.177.585,930 baireis compared lo 2.0-18.205.430 barrels for 1954. Oklahoma increased 29,900 barrels to 566.200 and Kansas was' up 17.000 lo 33.300. Montana and Colorado had the largest losses, the former dropping 1,300 barrels to 40.400 and the latlev 1,000 to 148.500. Other advances were in Xartli Dakota, up 7.9CO barrels to L8.300; Louisiana, up 1.550 to 1c2.4CO; Wyoming. 1.500 to 273,800; Nebraska, 700 to 28.100: California. GOO to 974,400; and Michigan, 300 to 32,200. New Supersonic Fighter Passes Its Flight Test EDWARDS, Calif. UP*—Republic Aviation Corp. has announced tlie successful flight testing of the new supersonic F105A fighter-bomber, it was developed .to fill the need for a supersonic fighter-bomber capable of delivering nuclear weapons as well as heavier loads of conventional bombs and rockets at extremely high speeds over a long range. The initial flight was Oct. 22 and 12 others have been made since, the company said. Performance details are classified secret. The F105A has short, thin, sweptback wings, a long cylindrical fuselage and wing root intake ducts permitting radar equipment to be in- Btalled In the note. Losses were reported also tor 11- I'inoi.--, down SOU barrels tu : : 28.40J; Arkansas, off t'50 to "3,'5'J; Uuih, iCO to 4,800; Indiana. oOO lo 2..703; Kentucky. 200.500 to 43.800; and New Mexico, 100 to 232 : 350- Red China Warns j Of Loos Fighting TOKYO >.¥> — Communist, China yesterday warned, the Southeast Asia treaty mi lions that imerven-. tion in any fighting in Laos. Indochina, "will not be tolerated by China and all peace-loving nations that support the Geneva agreements." The Red radio, quoting an ''observer" in ihe official Pieping People's. Daily, attacked the United Stales and blamed the Laotian government for taking U. S. advice. The dispute is over handling of remnants of the Pathet Lao Communist fighting forces. port." The Bhakra-Nagal project the first stop on a 10-day. 5,000- mile swing around India by Kremlin leaders. Triumphant Stay As the Russians left New Delhi, most diplomatic observers felt their four-day stay in the capital had been definitely triumphant. There was some criticism, however, of the bitter attacks Bulganin and Khrushchev launched at the vve:-:t in their .speeches to the Indian Parliament yesterday. Some Indians thought ihe Parliament of a country proclaiming , nonalignment in the cold war wasn't the place for a blast from one side at the other. Man, Daughter Burn to Death HABRISON. Ark. I/Pi— Fred Crou. 53. and his 12-year-old daughter. Joy Lou, died when fire destroyed their farm home V~ miles northeast of Harrison yesterday. Mrs. Crow and two sons escaped Louie, 19, was taken to Boone County Hospital, suifcring from second degree burns. Henry, 13. said his father apparently was starting a fire in it WU-hen .stove with the aid of Diesel fuel. Others in the family were still in bed. Hem-j said there was an explosion and the house was engulfed in flames. He said he broke out beii- room windows and helped his mother and brother escape, His fatlu-: and sister could not be saved. Besides farming, the elder C'rov. operated a sawmill near the house ! Relatives of Military Personnel Not Subject to Military Trials William Mckinley was the fiiv-.i president of the United Stales 10 ride in an automobile. It was an ambulance and he was dyinr from ar assassin's bullet. WASHINGTON <J*i — A federal _ jiidsc 1 ruled yesterday that- civilians; iU'Compiinying (he armed forces j overseas cannot be subjected to mil-j itary irhd.s. U. S. District, Judge Edward A. Tanim made ihi' ruling in the ca.se ol Mi's. Glurice B, Covert, 35, who u;t,s convicted by an Air Force court, martial of murdering her husband ] ui England. t Jud<;e Tainin ordered Mrs. Covt-rl; reh'H.sf.'Ct under .si.OJO bail pending a \ government flrcKion on \\heihcr lo> isppL-al troiu liis ruling. j The judiu 1 based his ruling on llie| supreme court's recent decision in; thr case ol former Air Force Sgt- i Robert Toth of piLi.sbur^h. ! In the Tolli c;tsc" it was held that! the former airman could not be; (ailed i)ar:k alter disc'htti'KC for trial' by a military court for the slaying! of a Korean civilian. i The Supreme Court divided 5-3 m ' the Totii ca.se. Judge Tanim commented that he 1 his decision will cause' major riiii'uiultics for the armed forces. But, he said, there is a rc;Kiy solution in action by Congress, Hotoyomo Quits, Then Re-Elected T O K Y O i.V't — Prime Minister Ichiro HiUoyama won overwhelming re-election yesterday formed a new rixlu-of-center administration ' \vith American occupation reforms, It M expected Hatoy tuna's new administration will in reality be even friendlier to the United States than j his two previous governments sine* i last December. Poplar Bluff Man Kills Wife, Self POPLAR BLUFF U J i — A man ; tuiUTcd in the door to the apart-; inent ol his estranged wife today.!, shot*her to death und then look his] I own liip, Butler County authorities; reported. i Police said the woman, Mrs. Mai- i tit- Winle, about 35, a practical nurse i employed at a hospital here, notified • ihem S«i)i. a& that her husband had . threatened to kill her. ; Ira White, 43-year-old janitor a', .schools m nearby Broseley, and his"! wife had been separated for about ; tour years. Authorities said they: were unable to learn immediately; the cause of the trouble between | the couple. The U.S. Army organized and manned the first U.S. weather newly mersed Liberal-Demo- bureau as a branch of the Signal era is and immediately announced a long-range five-point program. Although the Jive points hint ai closer relations with Communist, nations and perhaps at dropping some Corps. Carpenter Work Contract or Hourly No Job Too Big or Too Small Phone 3-9680 or 3-4464, ext. 105 CONTRACTORS Ray Sounders & E. McGaha To Sell — Tb Boy REAL ESTATE r KOTO* ^ TERRY ,*...,.- POZ-2381 Can't Get Rid of Your COLD? Then try 666, the wide-activity med-" icine, for greatest effectiveness against all symptoms of all kinds of colds. 666 combines 4 potent, wiiiely- prescribcd drugs and gives positive dramatic results in a matter of hours. }ts combined Iherapy covers ihe complete range of oil Lold symptoms. 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