The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1953 · Page 14
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, June 1, 1953
Page:
Page 14
Start Free Trial
Cancel

?AGB WJfiLVB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS lkeandN.S.C. Said Studying Reported 'Deal' Korean President Said Asking Military And Financial Aid (Continued from Page 1) Korea from uniting the countr once t truce has been agree upon. The informant said this 1 point did not mean South Kore contemplates use of military fore against North Korea once a true is reached. But apparently it di not rule out the possible use military force. The source of this Informatlo requested his Identity be withheld He said Rhee described his pro posal as an effort to "compromise present South Korean objections t the current United Nations true plan which the United States i supporting. The announced purpose of thi security council session was tc hear a report from Secretary o State Dulles and Foreign Aid Ad ministrtitor Harold E. Stassen on their 20-day tour of the Middle East and South Asia. But It appeared to be a virtua certainty that the truce situation would come up for discussion al the meeting of the government's top foreign-military planning body, headed by the President. MONDAY, JUNE I, 195% j MOX In West Blytheville Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun 1:00 Always A Double Feature LAST TIMES TONIGHT NEAT TRICK IF YOU CAN DO IT — Driving a car In a straight line with the left wheels between two rows of rubber balls 1114 Inches apart without moving any of them is no easy task — especially going backwards. This was only one of the tests Included in the Jaycee-sponsored Boad-e-o, driving contest for teen-agers, held at the air base Saturday. In the picture at left, one of the contestants loses points as he fails to get through the "hazard." In the photo at right, winne/ of the contest, Jack D, Adams, successfully negotiates another of the tests, requiring the driver to maneuver around barrels, both forward and backward, in a limited space. (Courier News Photos) Blytheville Masonic Lodge Is Model For Others Throughout Mid-South BIythevllle's Masonic Lodge is be- oming a popular building with Ma- ons elsewhere. Similar lodge buildings are be- inning to crop up over the Mid- outh. Latest group to erect a lodge opied from plans for the Blytne- ille structure is the Frayser, Tenn., . and A. M. Lodge 7«. The Frayser Masonic Lodge Is ex- ccted to be completed in about 90 ays. Before launching construe- on, the Frayser Lodge sent repre- ntatives to visit the Blytheville ullding. Robert E. Blaylock, secretary of le Masons here, said lodge build- gs copied from the one here also e being erected in Slkeston, Mo., nd in Mississippi. Other Masonic oups also have sent members to sped the Blytheville building. The most popular feature about e Blytheville lodge, Mr. Blaylock plained, was the interior arrange- ent. Instead of being divided into veral small rooms, he said, It Is •anged so that there is plenty of er-all room for the numerous asonic activities. Located at Davis and Franklin reels,, the Blytheville lodge was mpleted in 1951. Commodity And Stock Markets- new York Cotton Open High Low Close July 3359 3359 3347 3356 Oct 3316 3376 3366 3368 Dec 3379 3379 3379 3373 Mch 3380 3383 3377 3381 New Orleans Cotton July Oct 3354 3354 3341 3349 3372 3373 3361 3364 Dec ........ 3375 3375 3365 3369 Mch ........ 3378 3380 3376 3379 — PLUS — Also Tom £ Jerry Cartoon TUES - WED Double Feature — PLUS — "PARTNERS IN TIME" Lum & Abner Sport Short in Color Dulles will report to the public on the trip which tie and Stassen made. His department described as a major foreign policy pronouncement the speech Dulles planned tonight (8 p. m ( , EST) over ABC radio and television and over Du Mont television networks, with a rebroadcast by NBC (8:30 p. m.) and possibly others In different time zones. Dulles, Secretary of Defense Wilson and Gen. J. Lawton Collins, the Army chief of staff, conferred Saturday with Eisenhower, Declining lo give details, the White White House snid the session was devoted lo Korea. Soulh Korea's ambassador, You Chan Ynns, declared on an NBC L-levlsioi) Interview yesterday that' ils country will "go U alone" if'iT nice is reached which leaves Ko•ea divided. He snid U. S. efforts o enforce compliance with such a truce would be "tragic and hort-sighlcd." Noting lhal. the U. S. and the avoring a united Korea, Yang said greemcnt on anything less would •nean that the Communists have 'definitely won the war." Questioned about South Korea's hreats to fight on alone if a truce ot satisfactory to them is reached, ITang conceded that its capabili- ies of resisting the Communists re limited. But he said the Ko- :ans would rather die than be nslaved, and he added; "We would hope and pray some- ne would sec it our way and Soybeans Jly . scp Nov Jan High 287 271 282 M 265% Low 283 % 208 Vi 260-K 263-4 Close 286'/i 270'A 262 M 265'A Two Holiday Collisions Here But No One Hurt Two Memorial Day accidents In Blytheville caused damage to five vehicles, though no injuries were reported. A car driven by Joe Morris McClish of Half Moon was a complete loss, according to City Officers Bert Ross and J. R. Qunter, after it collided with a pickup truck driven by E. I. Colcman, 609 Harrison, at the intersetion of Marguerite and Howard about 5:30 p.m. Saturday The McCIish .car was overturned by the impact of the collision, officers said. A car-jeep collision occurred about noon Saturday In front of the Arkansas Grocery Company, 305 West Ash, Officers Gunter and Ross reported. Bill Berryman of 1300. Hearn was backing from a parking place In front of the grocery firm when his car collided with a Jeep driven by Columbus Rucker of Dougan Flats. Officers said the crash broke the steering mechanism on the jeep, which continued on for about 63 feet • and struck a car parked on the other side of the street before coming to a halt. The third car was owned by James W. Boren, 2313 Marguerite. SOLONS Chicago Corn (Continued from Page 1) The Air Force bore the brunt of the five billions of cutting by the Elsenhower administration. Many Democrats and some Republicans in Congress have voiced opposition to the reduction, but Rep. Mahon (D-Tex), a veteran of such money battles, predicts Eisenhower will have his way. Wilson, at whom most of the op— i . »A/I_ ponents' criticism has been beam- -•hicago Wheat ed, has asked for a chance td ex- High Low Close I plain In public the reasons behind Jiy 204 S 20014 202'/i Sep 208 204!i 205% New York Stocks A T and T 155 3-8 Amcr Tobacco 72 Jly Sep High 15514 152 Low 152-a 1'Wli Close 153-71 150(4 Pete Foster, Sr., Dies at Dyess Services for Pete David Poster Sr., who died at his home nea Dyess Saturday, were conductec yesterday afternoon in the Dyes Church of Christ. Burial was In Bassett Cemetcr with Citizens Funeral Home o West Memphis in charge. A native of Randolph County Mr. Poster was 57. He had residec near Dyess for the past 17 years Survivors include his wife, Mrs Onna Poster of Dyess; four daughters, Mrs. Herman Fletcher 'of Hornersville, Mo.; Mrs. J. C. Craig o Dyess, Miss Betty Ann Foster o. Wilson and Mrs. Darling Tice o: Bragg City, Mo. Five sons, Dallas Foster, David Poster Jr., Everett Foster and Homer Foster of Battle Creek, Mich Four sisters, Mrs. Lon Hanna of Corning, Ark., Mrs. Everett Dotson of St. Louis, Mrs. Whit Laddie and Mrs. Steve Foster of Detroit and four brothers, Chelis Poster of Corning, Arthur Poster of Knobel Ark.. Arvis Foster of Paragould anc Melvin Foster of California. Childress Gets Boys' State Post Bob Childress, one or the Blytheville delagates to Boys' State at Camp Robinson, yesterday was named chairman of the Jackson Anaconda Copper Beth Steel 37 3-4 so 1-2 Chrysler ............. .... 75 Coca-Cola ............... 116 Gen Electric .............. 72 1-2 Gen Motors Montgomery Wnrd -•N-Y Central int. Harvester J C Penney Republic Steel Radio 61) 7-8 bo 23 7-8 ID 1-8 72 1-4 487-8 25 1948; 245-270 Ibs 25.50-26.25; few up to 26.50; 270-3S5 Ibs 24.50-25.50 but weights over 270 Ibs very scnrce; 150-170 Ibs 24.50-26.00; 120140 Ibs 21.50-23.75; sows 400 Ibs down 23.25-24.00; heavier BOWS 21.25-23.00; boars 15.50-18.50. Cattle 7,500, calves 800; opening slow although few good and choice steers and heifers fully steady; bidding unevenly lower on lower grades; cows draggy; few commercial cows near steady al 13.0014.00. City Federalist Committee to the Caraway County political convention. Both the Federalist and Nationalist "parties" named their committees as election machinary in four mythical convention counties was set up. Convention ballotting was slated to take place today. the cutback decision. Some critics have called for Wilson's resignation and demanded to Snow what role the Joint Chiefs played in renchin gthe decision. Gen. J. Lawton Collins, outgoing Army chief, and Secretary of the Army Stevens are scheduled to testify tomorrow. Qen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg, stepping out as Air Force chief, and Secretary of the Air Force Talbott testify Wednesday in a session expected to provide the most fireworks. Wilson and Onder Secretary of Defense Roper M. Kyes are slated to appear Thursday. Missco Students To Be Aworded U. of A. Degrees Pour students from Blytheville and two from Osceola will receive degrees at the annual spring commencement exercises of the University ol Arkansas Saturday. Blytheville students to receive degrees include Ayre E. Lester, master of science; Ramona Crafton, bachelor of science in business administration; and Gay Carrlgan and Billy Wayne McParland, bachelor of science in education. Graduating Osceola students are Malcolm Beverly Levenstein, bachelor of arts and bachelor of laws; and Charles Samuel Standefer, Jr., bachelor of science in Agriculture. YOUTH (Continued from Page 1) home to get water, he said. Technical Charge Due Coroner Holt quoted Mr. Barnett as saying he took his eyes off the road momentarily to pull his granddaughter, who was in the car with him, back onto the seat from the floor of the vehicle and could have crossed the center line. Weeds jalong the road were high and he didn't remember seeing the boy, Mr. Barnett told the coroner. "It looks like it was accidental," Coroner Holt said. Sheriff William Berryman said this morning that a technical charge of involuntary manslaughter will be placed against Mr. Barnett, with a preliminary hearing in Municipal Court here some time in the near future. Young Atchley's death was the inly Memorial Day traffic fatality recorded in Mississippi County. Funeral services for young Atchey are to be conducted at 1 p.m. omorrow at Church of God in Marked Tree by the Rev. Garner. Burial with Cobb Funeral Home in ;harge will be in Marked Tree Jemetery. Born at Cullman, Ala., the boy iad lived near Armorel for seven RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. MON-TUES 'ANGEL FACE" Robert Mitchum Jean Simmons STAR OF TEXAS" Socony Vacuum ........... 34 1 SUidebaker ........... :. 34 1 Standard of N J .......... 703 Texas Corp ..... ........... K 3 Sears .................... 58 U S Steel ................ 38 7 Sou Pac ' ................... 44 7 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 W! — (USDA)— Hogs 10,500; active 25 to 50 higher than Friday's av erage; liberal number at full ad vance; bulk choice 180-230 Ib bar rows and gilts 26.25-50; latter pal Freely; few lots mostly choice Nos 1 and 2 26.60 and one load choic No. 1 26.65. highest since Octobe: SAVE up /o 20% on your AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Are you prepared to comply with the new Arkansas Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act which becomes effective June II, 1953? Protect yourself from loss of your drivers license, auto registration or security deposit if you are involved in an accident, by insuring your automobile with the Southern Fir« and Casualty Company ti savings up to 20%, FOR DETAILS COMPUTE AND MAIL COUPON TODAY! SOUTHERN FIBf AND CASUALTY COMPANY Knoxvlllo, T«nn«Ji*« Pledte fuih your rfttfti fon NAME— STREET CITY. YEAR AND MAKE OF AUTO- ASE OCCUPATION— -RACE Wrllf us /or Id. IMIIM «< your nMrMf l<Km> •»»•». h're i Lasualty Com.pany K NOXVIILE CAPITOL'S 2-Vcar Written Guarantee $ 9 95>^ COMPLETE W/TH 9 ATTACHMCNTS WRIT!-. TODAY TO GET YOUR FBI HOME DEMONSTRATION NEXT WEEK vacuum CCATtR-S J5I 1426 UNION AVE. MEMPHIS, TENN. WlttntH oblivion, I wanf . nil Horn. Dtrnonitrotlon of irwr Ml? •wrantMd MIORt HICTIOIUX NfXT WffK. NAME ADDRESS cirr PHONE No.. .STATE. It.*'.'.'";.*?.' 1 ''*"' """• *•"* »P«lfle Direction! '" W f COVE if T H E M j D 1'JS"b'u Tiri"' by Felix Carney Here's a note about color television. The networks are now studying their programs carefully to decide which shows are going on in color when it comes. They have to choose carefully, for color TV will be limited in the beginning. Only a few programs will use color, and in communities with more than one TV station it's probable that only one station will be set up for color. RCA-NBC Board Chairman declares that there is "no economic future in cashbox TV," but he does predict that an electronic audience voting system is near at hand, which could be used for public opinion polls and perhaps even for elections, with the TV set owner pushing a button on his set to register "Yes" or "No." But the proponents of "cashbox" TV, whereby you could get special programs, such as first run movies or sports events, pnly by paying a fee, feel they have a great future. One manufacturer has already been submitted to the FCC for approval, and another system, called Skia- tron, will put in a bid for approval this fall, along- with Subscriber-Vision and maybe a few others. How the TV audience will react is still a question ... To keep your TV evenings full of maximum enjoyment, call on our factory trained technicians for service when you need it. We have the finest in testing equipment and a full line of parts for your set at BLYTHEVILLE SALES COMPANY, 109 E. Main Street. Phone MIR. Memorial Day Services Held At Vets'Graves LUXORA — Graveside Memorial Day services were conducted by the American Legion Auxiliary of Eodg- ers-Lynch Post by the Rev. H. L. Robinson, post chaplain. Mrs. Gerald P. Chafln, auxiliary unit president, placed wreathes on the graves of the three World War II veterans lor whom the post was named — Lt. James H. Lynch, in Luxora's Calhoun Cemetery, and Pfc. BlUle : Rodgers and Cpl. Carl Rodgers, both buried In Osceola Present for the ceremonies were mothers of the veterans, Mrs. J. W. Lynch of Luxora, and Mrs. M. H Rodgers of Osceola. Range Firm to Hold Cooking School Hert A cooking school will be conduct, ed at Hubbard Hardware Co. at j p.m. Wednesday by Miss Mary Ry. an, home service .director for Per. fection Stove Co. of Cleveland, O. A graduate of the College of Home Economics of Syracuse University, Miss Ryan has been associated with Perfection Stove Co. since 1949. Previously she was home service director for New York Stata Electric and Gas Corp. years. In addition to his parents he is survived by two brothers, Homer and Glenn Atehley, both of Biythe- vilie; and two sisters, Lois and Darlene Atchley, both of Blytheville. LITTLE LIZ— There is nothing like on ache- by-ache account of your ills to give people a pain in the neck. GOOD USED FURNITURE , We are now using the second floor of our store exclusively (or used furniture. We feel by doing this we can serve our customers better in three ways. 1. We can give you more for your used furniture on new. 2. If you want to buy good used furniture we will hare it. 3. If you want to sell used f ar- niture we will buy It. In any of the three cases we would like the opportunity of figuring with you, Alvin Hardy FURNITURE CO. 113 E. Main Ph. 231)2 Thousands of Jbople Invested Millions of Dollars number I* Largest-selling "packaged" air conditioner This record of confidence gxpressed by all the businessmen who have made the Weathermaker the largest-selling "packaged" air conditioner means a lot. And if you're planning to buy an air conditioner, that record is worth considering. But all by itself the Weatherniaker is the only logical choice you can make. You can tell at a glance that the Weathermaker is an air conditioner you'll be proud to have in your place of business. The gracefully curved cabinet, the gleaming baked-enamel finish .. . are things you just don't get elsewhere. And you can be sure it will do its job. Because it's built by Carrier—first name-in air conditioning. Why don't you call right now? Carrier CITY ELECTRIC 109 S. Fifth Phone 8181 "Serving N.E. Arkansas A S.E. Missouri"

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free