The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 30, 1955 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Souf h Viet Nam Taking Lead in Communism Fight in South Asia By JOHN KODKKICK .SAIGON, South Viet Na m(AP) — The young republic of Viet Nam is beginning to regard itself as something of an Asiatic St.George intent on destroying the dragon of communism. Some of its leaders say privately they consider Ihiit the fate of Southeast Asia hinges on what happens in [his southern segment of a divided country. A number of diplomats and foreign observers go along with Ihis argument at least part of the way. But Vietnaine.se who know the thoiiRlus of President Ngo Dmh Diem put liemphalically. ••Nehru could have been the leader of Southeast Asian countries gainst communism." one observed. "But he tailed at the Bandung" conference. By pl-.wius up to Communist China, he sup- hortecl the strong against the Weak of Asia. "South Viet Nam can step into India's shoes. She represents a future for Soniheasl Asia. She is defending ideas dear to ali Asiatics. She retired 10 follow a weak middle course which can only lead to disaster." Viet Nam s vision of her new in- i lei-national role is reflected In increasing suggestions that she become a full-fledged member of the eight-nation Southeast Asia Treaty | Organization. i The confident new attitude being • expressed in Saigon has aroused I British anxiety. "We wnnt South Viet Nam to remain quiet and avoid provoking the Communist North," said one British diplomat recently. "President Diem needs all the time he can gain to i strengthen himself." The United States for similar reasons is not encouraging Viet , Nam's membership in SEATO. • South Viet Nam's army of no.-t ; 000 lias come a long way since thej ; day it was formed- three years; 1 ago by the French. From a rag-] tug. bobtail, divided force it has: been whipped into effective fight- i ing strength by a team of American and French advisers. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frazier ol Burdette. Mrs. lutz Pol-mentor. Patricia and Boy Dale visited relatives in Memphis Thanksgiving. Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist, Crurch met at the home of Mrs. Roy Owen with 10 members present. Mrs. E. R. BoKan opened the meeting with a devotional. Mrs. Henry Spann- was m Ciial'Re ol the .study, "The Master Callclh lor Thee." Returning from college for the Thanksgiving holidays were Charles Stanford Howard, Nora Ann Wovs- ley. Mrs. W. P. EUis from Arkansas Slate and Dixie Hazel Howard from the University of Arkansas. Diana Stevens ol Memphis spent the weekend with Nora Ann Worsley. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hart and family of BurdetU 1 visited Mr. and Mrs. E'well Walters Thanksgiving. Mrs. Leni Stanford entertained 26 members of their family for Tluwks- Biving. Out-of-lo\vn auests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Staniord of Tulsa, OJda., Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Hardin of Lexington, Temt.. Mr. und Mrs. Ben Holcomb and daughter Clmui of Lexington and Miss Joan Pcgues. Mrs. C. W. Ramey of Blythevlllo and Mrs. W. O. Howard spent last week with their son and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raincy, and children in Homewood, ill. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jackson and Nora Ann spent Saturday In Memphis. Mrs. H. P. Worsley.is visiting hex sou und family Ed Worsley in Phoenix, Ariz. R-: .; Courier News Classified Ads. STEEI.E CHAMBER OFFICIALS — Pictured at a kickoff breakfast for Steele's Chamber of Commerce are Bert wells, Charles Affiick, J. R. Klningham; (bacX row; Bert Poteet. Robert Carrett, Phillip Koury, Hollie A. Farris and Jerry Hamra, president. Organization is sponsoring Dec. 15 Christmas parade and will encourage a landscaped drive fro,n the new U. S. 61 route mlo the city of Steele. (I'lintu by Yenger) Can't Get Rid of Your COLD? Then try «J6, llie wilie-aclivily medicine, for greatest effectiveness agiiinal ail symploms of alt kinds of colds, b'ii!) cumbineH 4 potent, widely- presiuribed druj;8 and gives positive dramatic results in a matter of hours. Its combined llterapy covers the cxwi/j^U' range of alt cold symptoms. Illinois Couple Feared Victims Of Maniac; Home Blood Splattered LEBANON. 111. 1*1 — A carpenter j and his attractive \vife, who vanish-! ed mysteriously, were feared victims ol a maniac alter their home was • found spattered uilh blood. An extensive search tor Harold Smith. 30. and his Wife Arlene. Lo. started last, niijht after Mrs. Smith's; parents vWit-ci their home. The couple was last heard from Sunday | night. t! "This is the crime of a maniac. Clifford Flood, deputy sheriff of St. Clair County, declared. County and; state authorities theorized the cou-j pie had been slain in their home and the bodies dragged into a car and taken away between 8 and 8:30' p.in Sunday. Blood was on the floor of all five rooms fo the home. There were at; least five bullet holes in the win-' dows and front door. Police found tire marks from a car and a pool of dried blood in the yard. Bloody prims made by a bare loot were found in the kitchen floor, bathroom and hall floors and on a walk outside. Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dressel, were called the scene yesterday by a neighbor, Leland Riemann. who noted the bullet holes. The Dressels had no idea why Hie couple might have been slain. Ralph Mueller, a Lebanon carpenter-contractor, apparently was the last person lo talk with Smith He called him between 7 and 8 p.m. Sunday and told him not to report to work Monday because of the snow and cold. The Rev. James Riherd attended the Arkansas Baptist State Convention in Little Rock last week. Mrs. Doris permenter was in Harrisburg last week for the funeral ol her father. and Mrs. Earl Williams, present. ! ticnt in Methodist. Hospital in Mem- • The devotional. "The Bible, a phis. ! Guide to Happiness," was presented Ml . alld Mrs g^-ay chalin and 1 I by. Mrs. Benson. children spent Thanksaiving with' ' New officers elected were Mrs. ; Lucas, president; Mrs. K. W. Baker.; _________^____ vice-president; Mrs. Jack Flanagan,; secretary and treasurer, and Mrs. i W. E. Head, reporter. ' Demonstrations on color harmony \ in the home were given by Miss Bet- ! ty Smith, nome demonstration.; Na other cold remedy can match tifiti liquid or H6S Cold Tablets. 666 "WOW! WATTA WASH"—That's Tony Granada's comment a; he decorates a clothesline with S12G. He found the money in the pnckots of pants left by a patron of his automatic laundry in Cleveland,, Ohio. Granada says in se\ en, years of business he's returned over $1000, some in wallets, to absent-minded customers. These in and 20-dollar bills hadn't even been missed by their owner, Tony Farage, until Granada notified him.. Farage is a seuer digger. You want the best... ask for them by name - America's finest plastic rainboots... for rain, sleet or snow Rain Dear.'- super .safe tread i? sharp and ;.DURABLE... liain Dcar^ -iylinc i? -rnoolli .mil sieek ... ;irifl flatlrriii!! Rain Dear? out.- JUL-LC molded i.on;lrutlion »ive> you llir moM in long wear. -; GRABERS cMHMiro ot 1 The Junior Class of the Training Union of First Baptist Church met Tuesday at the home of their leader, Mrs. Gerald Crmfin, lor a missionary program. Doris Brewer gave the scripture reading and Linda Whitmore led in prayer. The group carried a Thanksgiving basket of fruit to a shut-in at (he conclusion of the meeting. It's Christmas at Dreifus agent. The eye-opener was hand- • made Clirlstmas decorations by Mrs.' W. L. Hanna. Mrs. Inez permenter won the door prize. Refreshments were served during the social hour. The next meeting will be iht Christmas party at the home of Mrs. W. L. Hanna. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tucker and family ol Gary, Ind.. and Seaman 2/c Billy Ray Tucker, Mrs. Tucker and baby of Lackland Field, .San Antonio, Tex., visited Mi-, and Mi's. Luxora Home Demonstration Cluo E. E. Tucker during the Thanksgiv- met in the home of Mrs. Clarence in<_> holidays. 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