The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1955 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 10, 1955
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SATURDAY, DBCEMBER 10, 1958 BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS AT LACKLAND — Stationed at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex,, Is Wade Lee Collins. 20, son of Mrs. Dallas S. Owens, of Elythe- ville. Upon completion of his basic training, he will be reassigned eilher (or further technical training or to okey duty assignment at an air force base. News oi Men In the Service James Roland Oxford, an aviation machinist mate second class, who has been stationed at a Navy in Hawaii since Mar. 1. is expected to return to the States in the next few days. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Oxford, of Blyiheville. Oxford expects to receive his service discharge this month. He entered the service Jan. 3, 1952. and took training at San Diego, Jacksonville, F 1 a . , Millington, Tenn.. and Hutchinson,' Kans. Upon discharge, Oxford, his wife and child plan to make their home In Terre Haute, Ind., where he will enter college. Names of three additional servicemen from this area who par- ticiptaed in the Air Force-Army Operation Sagebrush maneuvers have been released. They are Army Specialist Third Class Buford A. Hopper, Pvt. Huey P. Hall, both of Blyiheville. and Sgt. Kenneth A. Zornes. of Dell. "Hopper's wife. Oladdola. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hopper, live on Rt. 2. Hall's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hall, live on Rt. 3 NEW ASSIGNMENT — Pvt. Bobby Forrest, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Forrest, Blytheville, has been assigned to the Fifth Armored Division at Camp Chaffee, Ark. He has been in the Army since Oct. 26 and completed his basic training at Chacee. Pemiscot Issues 25 Licenses CAR UTHERSVILLE — Twenty- five couples received marriage licenses last month from the office of James T. Ahcrn, Pemiscot County recorder of deeds. They were issued to the following: Lesley Barnett, Marie Coble, Hayti; .Bill Fisher, Bculah Boone, Portageville; j. E. Brewer, Allie Clayton, Hayti; Odell Clark, Mary Ellen Rogers, CaruthersviUe; Charlie Harold Thornton, Ruby Alline Fisher, Hayti; Carlos McMinn, Elwana Reagan, Steele: Herbert Johnson, Glenda Hooker, Caruthersville; Charles E. Cecil, Portageville, Diane Fisher, Caruthersville; Albert Morgan, Bessie Bell, Hayti Julio Acosta, Eloisa Moya, Caruthersville; Alfred D. Pritchard, Cooler, Lucretia Ann Bishop, Sltfele; Willie Eskridge, Hayti, Ella Page, Earle, Ark.; Finis Moody, Johnnie Church, Ca. ruthersville; 1 Aclcll Anderson, Helen Ann Kurd, Carulhersville; James Messner, Joplin, Patsy Ann Meadows. Caruthersville; Billy Shrader, Betty Ann Benson, Steele; Joe McGaughy, Evelyn Coffey, Hayti; Frank Moya Jr., Lockhart, Tex., Isabel Lopez. Lubback, Tex.; Amous Edwards, Melvonue Ousley. Hayti; ' Ivory Lee Dean, Nellie Cannon, Hayti; Patrick J. Jansen, Pocahontas. Ark., Patricia Sue Hamby, Caruthersville; Otto M. Bradford, Caruthersville, Dorothy Jean Rave, Hayti; Jake Cannimore, Geneva Jones, Caruthersville; Nathan Brown, Lucille Harris, Caruthersville; Roy Lee White, Wilma Jones, Portageville. Ike Awfully Tight-Lipped, House Leader Martin Says ST. PETERSBURG, Flu. lm — President Elsenhower is an awful- y tight lipped man about his future plans, and House minority eader Joseph W. Martin Jr., can attest to It. The Republican congressman tells this story: "I made this talk In a small Zornes is the Zornes, of Dell. son of Ha rim Army PPC Lenard Gilbert Jr.. whose parents live on Rt. 1, Wilson, recently arrived in Alaska where he is a member of the 68th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Group at Fort Richardson. He entered the Army a year ago and completed basic training at Port Jackson, S. C. His wife, Ina, lives in Chicago. .on COMPLETING T R A I NINO— James Leroy Hall, 18. son of L. M. Hall, of Blytheville, is completing his Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. He will either be assigned for further technical training or to an air force duty assignment soon 15^2 week communications chief course, which covered the supervision of a communications section in an .artillery unit. Beckett's wife. Shirley, is living in Lawton, Okla. WILSON BOOSTERS — These students have been elected by the student body to membership in the Wilson Booster Club. They are (from the left) Susie McAfee. Pat Woodyard, Martie Lynch, Esther Bufkin and Carolyn Camper. Greenlease Figure Gets Parole TEARKANA, Tex. l.f) — Elmer Dolan, a former St. Louis policeman, was released from federal prison yesterday after completing a perjury sentence in the handling of the Greenlease kidnap ransom money. , ' Dolan served a 2 year sentence wilh the customary time off for good behavior. Wick Temple of the Texarkana Gazette said guards made report- Sgt. Joe E. Becke... --, — - , ...^ Eli A. Beckett, Holland, recently, was graduated from the Army's I Artillery and Guided Missile! School at Fort Sill. Okla. Sergeant Beckett completed the Bobby G. Hamrick, son of Mrs. Mollle M. Fikes of Blytheville, Ark., is scheduled to complete recruit training Dec. 8 at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Pan-Is Island. S. C. veek course covers mil- first aid. personal hygiene. Marine Corps history, and defense against chemical and atomic attacks. Sign Didn't Mean Blondes OKLAHOMA CITY I.T> — A tall blonde walked into the Size and Weights Division of the highway patrol Thursday and requested she be measured. Clerks explained they couldn't oblige. "1 have to find out how much i weigh and how tall I am so I can get my driver's license," she insisted. The clerks reiterated they were-1 n't equipped. The piqued blonde' kept insisting and pointing to the "Size and Weights Division" sign. "Yes, but we only measure trucks,"- a clerk finally explained to chill the blonde. mobile sped out of the prison grounds. It apparently carried Dolan and his wife, who had come to meet him. Dolan and a veteran St. Louis police lieutenant. Louis Shoulders, were convicted at separate trials in the spring of 195-1 of giving perjured testimony before a federal grand jury. The two officers arrested Carl Austin Hall in St. Louis Oct. 6, 1853. Hall and his paramour, Mrs. Bonnie Brown Heady, later were executed for kidnaping and killing Bobby Greenlease. 6, who was Russia Again Asked About Two U.S. Soldiers BERLIN W — For the third time in two clays, the U. S. Army officially asked the Russians yesterday to identify two American soldiers reported arrested in East Berlin afier a fight with a German actor. Officers said they have been unable to trace the identity of the men through Army records. There are no AWQL soldiers listed in Berlin. Army officers said, however, the men could have been here on leave from stations in West day. They said the men beat Wer ner Lierck, a cabaret performer, unconscious after an argument in a bar. Retail Sales Up One Percent ST. LOUIS l/f) — The St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank reported yesterday an average 1 per cen gain in department store sales las Costello Denied Permission to Go To Hot Springs NEW YORK IJ!—Frank Costello has been denied permission to go o Hot Springs, Ark., while await- ng action on his appeal from an ncome tax evasion conviction. Costello, who is free on $o0.jOO bail, is restricted by his bail term? 6 New York City and his Long ( sland summer home. I When Costello applied for per- j mission to go to Hot Springs for j the baths last Oct. 31, his doctor] said he suffered from sinus trouble j and laryngitis. j Federal Judge Sidney Sugerman j appointed a doctor to examine j Costeilo. However, Costello refused '• to go see the doctor and insisted ;hat the examination be made in lis own doctor's office. When the- court-appointed doctor was unable to make a report on Costello Thursday, the judge denied the application for a travel j extension. I BirtonsVote Against Visit Of Red Bosses LONDON l.fl—Britons voted overwhelmingly in a newspaper poll yesterday against their government's entertaining Soviet Premier Bulganin nnd Communist party boss Khrushchev. The two are scheduled to visit England in April as official guests. The Conservative Daily Sketch reported a poll of its readers showed 69.6 per cent in favor of canceling the invitation Prime Minister Eden extended at Geneva. The paper did not say how many persons answered its questionnaire. Informants have said the Eden government so far has no intention of calling off the visit despite the Soviet leaders' bitter attacks on Britain during their current Asian tour. Army Cpl. John Clendening II, whose wife, Lena, lives on Route 1 Blytheville, is a member of the honor guard of the 187th Regimental Combat Team at Fort Bragg, N. C. The Honor Guard was formed soon after the Combat Team returned last July from a five year tour of duty in the Par Eastern Command. Clendening was graduated from Missco County High School. His father also lives on Route 1. Winners Named LITTLE ROCK W—Mr. and Mrs. Baxley Ball, who farm 540 acres near Lonoke, yesterday were named first place winners in the Land-Owner Division of the Arkansas Balanced Farming Program. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Meador of Helena were named winners of the Tenant Division. They farm 800 acres. The contest, in which 10 of Arkansas' 75 counties took part, 's sponsored by the Arkansas Press Association, Arkansas Light Co.. and The Memphis Commercial Appeal. The Bahai religion originated In Persia early in the 19lh century and spread through Europe to the United States and Canada. It was the smallest gain ove lats year's \veekiy sales in the pas nine weeks and the Federal Re serve Bank attributed the low gal to bad weather in the district. Sales were 10 per cent less dui Gunman May Win Parole LITTLE HOCK tfl—An Independence County gunman who shot down a neighbor in a Christmas Day battle three years ago will be released from the state penitentiary soon if he agrees to exile from his home. Gov. Orval Faubus Thursday cleared the way for a parole for Les Rutledge, a farmer who is serving five years for shooting Joe Beal in a feud over a fence be- twecn their property in Indepert dence County. Faubus commuted Rutledge's sentence at the request of the state Parole Board, to make the convic eligible for immediate parole. Thi. one condition to Rutledge's freedom is that he never return to that section of his home county south of the White River. Massachusetts town — Well«sley — and I didn't know Hwr« w»s «n AP (Associated Press) mm In tnt crowd. "I said Ike would run igiln »nd he would be renomlnated and reelected. "Shortly after that I sat next to the president at a gridiron banquet. He said, 'Joe, I saw what yo« said about me up In Wellesl«T — what'll you bet? 1 "I told Ike I wasn't a betting man and then I said, 'But you will run — I believe a tense nation and a tense world will demand that you run.' "He just smiled and looked at me. •What'll you bet?' h« a*«4 again." EXPERT WATER PUMP REPAIR Hubbard Hardware Phone 2- Named by Faubus LITTLE ROCK I*—John L. Wilson, mayor of Hope, yesterday | was named chairman of the state | Board of Review by Oov. Orval' Faubus. Wilson replaces W. J. Jernigan Jr., who resigned last month. Brighten the life of a hflrt-of- heariDg friend or loved one tot only $50! Visit at phone tod» for complete information. It • •o easv ... 80 thoughtful! MRS. H. L. HARP 910 W. Walnut Phone 3-+44S The musk ox of the far north is not really an ox, but a member of the sheep family. ing the week in Memphis, a factor in the low average for the entire district. At Louisville sales were at the 1954 level while increases were reported from Little Rock. 2 per cent, and St. Louis. 4 per cent. The estimated average increase in sales across the district from Jan. 1 to Dec. 3 was 1 per cent above the same period of 1054. WE'VE GOT IT! Over different items in stock! HUBBARD HARDWARE HOLIDAY SPECIAL! ALL THIS WEEK! I Fried Chicken (Golden Brown) With French Fries and Salad $100 HAMBURGER STEAK (Fresh Pure Ground Beef) With all the Trimming* ' 75 Serving Horn* Made Hot Rolli RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN BlythevilU'i Favorite Eating Place DREIFIIS Meet Drcifus W. Wr-ar Dinmnnds WEST HAMBURGERS For your protection, our Hamburger Patties art prepared and delivered frozen by a nationally known government inspected meat packing plant. A warm well-seasoned bun enhances the wholesome deli-ciousness of this pur* hamburger. KREAM KASTLE Walnut & Division Phone 3-8051 DRIVE-IN FARM LOANS Six Star Feature 1. No brokerake fees to pay 2. No stock to purchase 3. An opportunity to establish credit with a larsc insurance Co. that is and ha3 been for many years a permanent lender in this territory. 4. Long time low lattmA rate. 5. We pay the appraisal and attorney fees. B. Quick service, fist clotin( We close loans before most companies make Uwir 1m- spections. For Information, See, Call or Write 10GAN FINANCE CO. Lynch Building Blj-thevllle, Ark. Phone 2-»M4 Exclusive Agent tor American United Life Insurance Co. RENT FLASH CAMERAS MOVIE CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 WE RENT • HOSPITAL BEDS . . . BABY BEDS • ROLLAWAY BEDS • USED REFRIGERATORS • USED WASHERS WADE FURNITURE CO. 112 W. M»ia PIMM i-im PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries i Fancy Fruit Cakes ft Fruit Cake Ingredients 2-2043 Call In w« Deliver Come In 1044 Chick

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