The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1956 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 14, 1956
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PAGE TEN BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 196« Top U.S. Diplomat Observing Session Of Baghdad Council TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — A top American diplomat flew Into Tehran today as observer to the Baghdad Pact Council session and the Iraqi Premier expressed hope the United States would join the five-nation alliance. But Loy Henderson, chief ad* t—— —- ministrative officer in the State Department and former ambassador to Tehran, expressed m such U. S. intention. He had onl; this brief airport statement fo newsmen: "It means much to me to take part in a conference which I am confident will serve to bind more closely the nations of which have such agreeable memories.' Alon£ Soviet Border The pact binds together an arc of countries along the Sovicl Union's southern borders—Turkey Iraq, Iran and Pakistan — plus Britain. The United States has been under pressure to join but has held aloof, reportedly for fear of further worsening relations with Egypt and other opponents of the pact. Egypt sees H as a challenge to her claim to leadership in the Arab world and as a remnant to "'Imperialism" Middle East. in the t o u chy SARATOGA (Continued from Page 1) •he'll cruise at an average of about 34 knote (a little over 38 miles an hour). She's about five city blocks long, and about a block (252- feet) wide, with a flight deck more than four acres in size. Her two acres of hangar space for ttie some 100 planes she'll carry bring the combined flight operations area to more than six acres. The entire population of a city of 40,000 could stand on her decks. In height, from keel to top mast, the carrier rises to the equivalent of a 25-story building. She'll carry a crew of about 3,800 officers and men. Talcing over as her commander Is Capt. Robert J. Stroh, 48, a New york-born career officer who weathered some of the hottest Pacific fighting in World War II. Halleck Hurls Farm Bill Slur At Democrats INDIANAPOLIS </Pj Charles A. Halleclt (R-Ind) Rep. today accused Democrats of "striving for partisan advantage, maneuvering for a presidential veto rather than for a good farm t>ill." In an address prepared for a joint luncheon of the Indiana Republican Editorial Assn. and the Republican State Committee, Halleck renewed his prediction that President Eisenhower would veto the controversial farm bill. The House minority whip conceded that many farmers "find themselves today in an intolerable cost- price squeeze" because of the problem of surpluses, but he added that the farm bill as finally passed by Congress is "completely unworkable." Halleck, who is seeking his 12th consecutive term In the House, urged an end to factionalism within the Republican party In order to regain control of ConKress which he characterized as an "uphill battle." "Of one thing we may all be certain," he said. "We won't win an election with two Republican partles-in Indiana or anywhere else." "Let's not delude ourselves tha all Is sweetness anl light withlr our own ranks," said Halleck. He attributed the Republican los. of Congress In 1954 portly to to many Republicans "sulking whei they should have been playing 01 the team." Obituary Former Gosnell Resident Dies Services were conducted in Ma rysvllle. Calif., for E. B, Hale, for mer Gosncll resident who die Tuesday at his home in Marysvilli A former in this area for most o his life, he was 78 years old. Survivors include his wife, Mrs Jodie Pinkerman Hale; three sons Sam of Pontiac, Mich., Yasser Wheatiand, Calif., and E, B. Hale Jr., in the armed services in Ger many; four daughters, Mrs. Grace Branham of Chicago, Mrs. Virgie Potter and Mrs. Francis Oliver Brawley, Calif., and Mrs. Kate Tankersley of Sunnyvale? Burial was in Marysville. Special Speaker At Full Gospel The Rev. E. N. Landry will speak at 7:30 tonight and tomorrow nigh and at 11 a, m. Sunday at Ful Gospel Tabernacle at Lilly and Vine the pastor, the Rev. A. D. Tabor announced today. All services, he said, are open to the public. , The Rev. Mr. Landry is a native of Canada. Stevenson on TV NEW YORK (/I 1 )—The SLevensoi for President Committee has bough 1 a half-hour television Lime Iron ABC to broadcast a speech by Adla E. Stevenson here on April 25 froir. 9 lo 3:30 p. m. EST. Riesel's Eyesight So id Failing NEW YORK W — Doctors say labor columnist Victor Riesel's eyesight IB fading and the next several days will be crucial in a fight to save his sight. An unknown assailant dashed sulphuric acid into Riesel's eyes in the early morning hours April 5. Riesel, 41, whose newspaper column Is nationally syndicated, had just left a Broadway restaurant. Riesel blamed-the attack on his newspaper and radio blasts at union racketeers. 'Witness' Meet Set Dyersburg has been selected the convention site for the semiannual circuit assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses, May 4-C, Fred J. Ward a spokesman, suid today. Location will be the People's Arena, on the Dyer County Fair Grounds.. The assembly is expected to draw more thnri 800 members. Service Plan For Young Men Explained Young men interested in working off their military obligation in the National Guard were urged today to take advantage of the six months training in the active army by the commander of Company M, Lt. William D. Prcsnell. By taking this training offered by the Reserve Act of 1955, Guardsman can reduce his total military service to 8 years. While members of the National Guard are not required to take six months of active duty, they may volunteer for this type of training. Guardsmen Who enlist before they are l8'/z years of • age and perform satisfactory service until age 28 are draft deferred. The six months of training will reduce a Guardsman's military obligation from "until age 28" to a total of eight years. The six months' training, which includes classes in leadership, will equip a man for more rapid advancement in the Guard. This advancement, Lt. .Presnell declared, can lead to appointment as a commissioned officer in the Guard. Service in the Guard requires one night a week for training and 15 days of field training each summer. Further information on Guard enlistment and the six months training may be obtained by calling the Armory at phone 3-6778. Internal Strife May Be Cause Of Anti-Stalinism LOS ANGELES (/PJ-—The Soviet Union's anti-Stalin campaign may be a deception to meet external and internal dilemmas, says the head of the U. S. Central Intelligence Agency. "A dead and dishonored Stalin is likely to be merely a device-possibly a Trojan corpse rather than a Trojan horse—with which the long suffering Russian people are. I fear, to be decieved in their ex- LOST: 260 POUNDS PLUS—Losing 260 pounds—on a rigid diet of one hard-boiled egg daily for a year—proved very costly, albeit beneficial, to Mrs. Lee Carter of Houston, Tex. An heirloom diamond ring, worth $200, slipped off her thinned finger while she was selling doughnuts at a pastry shop and has not been found. At left she's shown in a size 52 dress when she weighed 400 pounds a year ago. At right, in a size 16 dress, Mrs. Carter weighs only 140 pounds. Manila Couple Is Injured An aged couple bound for Manila from their home In Blaclcwaltr Community were involved in an accident on Highway T7 Tuesday when their pickup truck collided with a car traveling north. According to Deputy Sheriff Let Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bollinger were entering Highway 77 from a side road by the Blackwater Baptist Church when they collided with a Ford traveling north. Owner of the car was Billie Ashmore, 19, accompanied by George Whittenburg and Dewey Reeves all of Caraway. They were taken to Qodley-Wo- nmck Hospital in Manila where they treated for multiple bruises and lacerations. Bellinger and Reeves were dismissed, but Mrs. Bellinger, Billie Ashmore, and Whittenberg are stiU in the hospital. No charges have been made on either side, according to Baker. Going Up NEW DELHI, India UP)— An Argentine expedition has begun it* attempt to scale rugged Mt. Dhau- lagiri, the world's highest unconquered peak, the Argentine Embassy said today. Methodists At Youth Rally Nine persons from First Methodist Church attended the annual rally of Methodist Youth of the North Arkansas Conference on Hendrix College campus Friday night. Rev. Douglas McOuire, pastor of the Park Ave. Methodist Church in Shreveport, La., spoke tot he approximately 1,000 young people. Attending from First Church in Blytheville were Mrs. Don Grahlmann and LeRoy Middleton, adult councelors, Kay Henderson, Brenda Holland, David Warren, Gail Crawford, Glenn Ladd, Lenore McInnes and Edward Wimberley. life." Allen W. Dulles told the Los Angeles World Affairs Council yesterday. He said that, by attacking the personal symbol of Stalin, the new leaders hope to preserve many essentials of the Stalinist system, calling in Leninism. pectation of a freer and beUerj BlJ fit 1(10 T I In Need of Blood Motor Rooster / LOUISVILLE, Ky. (fP) — Charles H. Lanhan, a salesman, saw a roister dart in front of his nuto- nobile in Indiana yesterday but hough no more about it. Back in Louisville, G'/i hours and 130 mile, nter, ho drove into a service sLii- ,lon. "When the hood was raised out jumped the rooster. Deaths STEVENSON (Continued from Page 1) ers' decision in this matter. Sen. Hickenloopcr (R-Iowa), who is up for re-election, unri Chairman Cooley (D-NC) of the House Agriculture Committee were among those urging publicly that the bill be signed. In DCS Moines, Gov. Leo Hocj,'h of Town said lie »nd the OOP governors of Knnsns, Nebraska and South Dakota huve nminted ten- tiUively to carry to (he President vill be conducted Sunriiiy moniinf, on Monday a personal appeal to i at, II o'clock ni Nrininh Temple sign the bill. 1 j church, Elder M, Jones, pastor, of- In Portland. Maine, a stale con-i flcintlng, volition of Republicans instructed Survivors include ont- dn lighter delegates to UK; notional amvrn tion to place the name of Sen Margaret Chase Smith iR-Muine) Jerry Langston. the Promised Land school boy who was severly burned several weeks ago. is in need of blood. Jerry Is ,in Little Rock Children's Hospital where doctors say he is making satisfactory progress. Person who are interested in giving blood ot the youngster may contact C. C. Dulaney at Promised Land School. ' Nehru Urges UN Discussion On Antarctic ia NEW DELHI W)—Prime Minister Nehru said, today India had called for a U. N. discussion on Ant- artic to starve off a possible international uranium rush on the polar continent. "The matter should be considered by the United Nations and the minerals not left to the various countries to Brab," Nehru told Parliament. Nehru said Chile and Argentina had expressed concern after India on Feb. 17 asked that the subject be placed on the fall agenda of the U. N. General Assembly. India has reassured South-American nations it is not challenging their claims, Nehru added. Ex-UA Gridder Killed in Crash TRAVIS 'AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. W 1 )—Lt. William J. Pickens, 25 of De Queen, Ark., was killed Thursday in a crash of his Sabre- jet fighter plane. Pickens played blocking back, defensive halfback and end for the University of Arkansas football team in 1951-53. I Announcement We are glad to announce that Glen McArthur is now associated with our Real Estate and Insurance Office. Glen has been a resident of Mississippi County for about 26 years, and he invites all of his friends to contact him at our office for any of their real estate or insurance needs. This office is eyuipped to render you service in matters of buying or selling city property and farm lands. We make F.H.A., G.I. and conventional loans. Needless to say we sell "all that's good in insurance." You will be pleased with the type of service we render. W, M. BURNS Real Estate and Insurance Co. 219 W. Walnut Phone 3-3361 Blytheville, Ark. Lilie Trell Services for Lilio Trell. 70. whc died Tuctiffay at her home he-re, in nomination for vice president ii' It "appears feasible." Ophelia Hunt, of Memphis, and six grandchildren. Burial, with Canton Funcnil Home In charge, will be nt Mt. Zion Cemetery. (Mole) (Mac) Daniels-Williams Ins. 106 S. Second St. Ph.nes 3-3548 - 2-2747 • Bfythevillc, Arkansas * COMPLETE t COVERAGE / FOR AIRMEN< f Inland Marine REGAINING HER YOUTH - Mrs. R.i S cnia Frazicr celebrates her flOlh birthday b.v climbing, a maple tree near her hpme in Springfield, Vt. On past birthdays, Mrs. Frazier has tried to make up for her "misspent youlh," as .she says, by roller skating, skipping rope, riding a sled and bicycling. Let Us Worry About Your TERMITE TROUBLE Due to the fact that termites arc becoming more prevalent in this country each year, all the new homes, as well as the old, should be under termite insurance. We find a lot of practically new homes with major damage caused b.v termites. Call us and one of our representatives will explain our termite insurance plan to you. r I)a?e Halslead now associated with Superior Termite Co. All Work Guaranteed SUPERIOR TERMITE CONTROL CO. 535 N. 6<h State License Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2-2,350 Wells-2" to 16" Irrigation - Industrial - Municipal - Domestic WATER is our BUSINESS We Drill For It Pump It Soften It Filter It Cool It Irrigate With It GINNERS-TAKE NOTICE: Let us furnish your water needs for fire fighting power unit cooling, for statifiers. HOME WATER SYSTEMS 3 Years to Pay Complete iron removal, filterint »»d sofleninx systems built t* fit ro«r needs. We hare the answer to your *ee4s for greater water vplMOit and pressure!. McKinnon Irrigation Co. Phon« 112 or 190 — Manila, Ark. You arid Your Wife Are Invited To Be Our Guests At An Explanation and Demonstration Meeting of Tha Dale Carnegie Course In Effective Speaking and Human Relations Hotel Noble (Plantation Room), Blytheville, Ark. Program Background and Purpose of Dale Carnegie Courses Two Minute Speeches by Dale Carnegie Graduates Telling: "Why I Took the Course and What I Got Out of It" Demonstration of Memory Which Is Taught In The Course Question and Answer Period Opportunity To Talk With People Now Taking The Course and With Graduates Demonstration of How a Dale Carnegie Class is Conducted Drawing for Attendance Prize ONE FREE TUITION WILL BE GIVEN AS A DOOR PRIZE Class No. 4 Now Being Formed In Blytheville - - Limited To 45 Enrollments You Will See For Yourself .... WHY the Dale Carnegie Institute has been a successful "going" concern for 43 yean. WHY 500,000 adults have taken this course. WHY more than 700 S. E. Missouri and N. E. Arka nsas Citizens have taken the Dale Carnegie Cours*. WHY 35,000 men and women in 980 classes throughout the world took this course last year. WHY over 100 companies have sponsored Dale Carnegie Course classes for employees. WHY General Motors has made the course available to 80,000 of its employees. WHY EVERYBODY WHO TAKES THIS COURSE RECOMMENDS IT! You Are Invited To Bring Guests BRICKELL INSTITUTE OF LEADERSHIP TRAINING P.O. Box 486 Jonesboro, Arkansas CHARLIE G.JOHNSTON Phones: WEbslor 2-2351 - 2-7419 JONESBORO, ARKANSAS H. C. FREEZE Phones: WBhs(<-r 2-74M - 2-KMC JONESBORO, ARKANSAS

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