The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1953 · Page 11
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5AT, 16, BUIMHUJ (AMP OOVMBR KSWg PAOB BLBTBM tritish Remove Road and Rail estrictionsinSuezCanalCity [CAIRO, Egypt W—The British* flounced today they were lifting "mediately restrictions on road rail traffic they placed around Suez Canal aone town of Is- ailia Monday. The British had set up road|locks and started checking all "fie in and out of the mid-Suez nter. They charged that a Brit- airman, missing since last Jrarsday, hd been abducted and least one Egyptian officer was implicated. The Egyptians denied ny part in his disappearance. British move is expected ease somewhat the mounting 'ritlsh-Egyptian tension touched by the establishment of ritish fanned roadblocks and check >oints on Monday. While there was no word of the pissing Briton, Leading Aircrafts- nan A. V. Rigden, Egyptian police lid hand back another British pommy who said he wanted to uit the Army because of financial lifficulties. His name was with- leld. I Maj. Salah Salem, Egyptian min- iter of national guidance, an- lounced the soldier, wearing ci- ilian clothes gave himself up to 'he Egyptian authorities at Ismail- and he was handed over to the British military authorities "as hese were in control of the area." Voops Sent "o Quell Reds if/i West Nep®l NEW DELHI, India (£>)—The Ne- lalese government was reported ushing new reinforcements to restern Nepal toda to quell continuing Communist disorders In the Isolated Himalaan region. Reports reaching here said ths iian government had permitted he Nepalesye reinforcements to s Indian territor to reach the mountain-locked trouble spot. Indian newspapers said last week ;hat Communists had attarked the [important Nepalese trading town of Bilauri, 200 miles east ol here, killing a policeman and looting' a police armory. The Reds were said to be marching toward Dhangarhi, near the Indian border. Cryptic Note Found after Crash HONOLULU m—The Navy said last night evidence had been found indicating the 58 persons who perished on a Transocean airliner in the Pacific last Sat-' urday knew the ship was going Kiwanians See Film 'Freedom and Power' Members of the Blytheville Kiwanis Club were shown a film on the growth of electrical power at the weekly meeting of the club in Hotel Noble yesterday. The film, "Freedom and Power," was produced by General Electric and was shown by H. B. Richardson and Bill McLeod. Guest at yesterday's meeting Miss Judy Coleman of Chicago, D. L. Moouie and O. R. Preston, Jr., visiting Kiwanians from Caruthersville, Mo.; Dr. J. P. Womack. of Jonesboro. Charley Meyer Jr., of Little Rock, lieutenant •overnor of the 13th district of ;he Missouri-Arkansas, and Harry Rath of Little Rock. WARNING ORDEE lit the Chancery Court, Chicka- sawha District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Helen Sportiello, Ptf. vs. NO. 12443 Louis Sportiello, Dft. The defendant, Louis Sportiello, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Helen Sportiello. Dated this Hth day of July, 1953. Geraldine Liston, ClerK Claude P. Cooper, atty. to crash. The Hawaiian Sea Frontier said the Coast Guard weather ship Finch had picked up a piece of plywood in the crash area off Wake Island on which was written: "Falling in." A spokesman said no more information was available in Hawaii and he could not say whether the words were written with "pencil, lipstick or charcoal." The search for more bod;es was called off yesterday after 14 had been recovered- The spokesman said there was a possibility the plywood .was from the desk of the radio operator or from the rear of the plane where the stewardess worked. Scouts Arrive For Jamboree JAMEOREE CITY, Calif. f(Pl — From Mason City and Paducah, Passnic and Watertown — and a hundred points between—the final 10,000 young Americans poured in today for the opening tomorrow of the third National Boy Scouts Jam boree- ..By tonight the 3,000 acres of Jam boree City on the slopes of the P cific will be brimming with a poi ulation of almost 50,000. As the opening drew near, activi stepped up to a fast pace in pr paration for the program of aren shows, swimming, scoutcraft di pl^ys, camping competition an scores of other activities. Scout Ki"'ed LAS VEGAS, Nev. (/Pi— A Wiscon- Boy'S^out died last night, a Memorial Hospital official said, of [injuries received when he fell from one train and was ruu over by another while en route to the National. Boy Scout Jamboree near Los 4ngeles. The victim, Roger Swenson, 15, of rTayward, Wis., was injured early Tuesday at Leith, Nev., 85 miles east lof here. His left arm was severed at •the shoulder. His right arm and •both legs were broken. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chioka- saivba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. John L, Fowler, Ptf. vs. No. 12442 Carol Fowler, Dft. The defendant, Carol Fowler, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, John L. Fowler. Dated this 14 day of July, 1963. Geraldine Liston, Clerk By Geraldine Liston Claude P. Cooper, atty for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad litem. ^f^y^-f-;'^'^^ .?'/ • -'• '''^'tv..ii The real economy pavement ywt : <?**£••£•«•"« '•' •' >• ••' •• l! " • '•'•* ••>••<• '?*?'$&&&• ' Ocarina is an Italian word mean- Ing "little goose," and the musical instrument is so named because of Its fancied resemblance to the body of a goose. Hundreds of towns and cities throughout America have invested street funds with foresight by building fine- looking, comfortable-riding, I long-lasting concrete streets. Concrete is safer to drive on. It is skid-resistant, wet or dry. It makes the whole neighborhood more attrac- tive. Concrete is durable; that relieves taxpayers of future burdens resulting from excessive maintenance and frequent replacement costs. Urge your city officials to build your streets with safe, economical, durable concrete—the pavement of true fow-onnua/-cosr service. PORTLAND CEMEHT ASSOCIATION 916 Falls Bldg., Memphis 3, Tenn. A national organization to improve and extend the uses of portland cement and concrete . . . through scientific research and engineering field work CONCRETE IS THE LOW-ANNUAl-COST PAVEMENT Fullffears Old ^V ^B r-.—-"•^-~_-^-"*^^--.—•—n.—-—*• —- •—— ^ Best Extra Age-Extra Rich Just ask for Charter Oak. Now every golden drop is aged for long years. Available at 86 Proof and at 100 Proof Botlled-in-Bond CONTINENTAL WSTIU.ING CORP. • PHIIA, PA- STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY 86 PROOF DYESS NEWS Bf MM. J. L JACOM Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Butler «nd family have moved to Rockford, 111., where Mr. Butler It employed. Mr. ana Mrs. B. B. Brown and grandson of Chicago, 111., are here as guests of relative!. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Holland and daughter, Alice, of Dyest, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holland and children. Carol and Roger, from Garland, Tex., left Wednesday for Milton, Pla.. to visit Mr. and Mrs. Van Shelton and daughter, Pam. Mrs. Ray D. Johnston left Sunday night for St. Loul! to visit her husband who is In Barnes Hospital there. Miss Opal Fox and Mrs. Troy Stanburg were in Memphis Wednesday shopping. Mrs. Elizabeth Hunsaker of Memphis spent Sunday night here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Stanbury. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fox and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest pick- Clearer Labeling of U.S. Products Is Sought ASHINGTON I* — The Senate passed and sent to the House yesterday a resolution urging that all exporters of goods made in the United States mark their containers with the words "United States of America," not just ,"U. S. A," Sen. Potter (R-Mich) told the Senate, "Communist nave taken ;: .vantage of that marking and changed D. S. A. to U. S. S. R." •M, tint Mr. and MM. Tror BtaM- batj »pent Friday at Ditch J9 on a lUh-fry. Sam Jonea with about JO of his former ituctent* were at Blue Lake Tuwdar tor a picnic. Mrs. Troy Stansburg was In charge of the post office last week while the Hollands were In Florida. Billy Tanker of Wilson spent two days last week with his grandmother, Mrs. Luther Peek. Mr and Mrs. Robert Roach and children of Charleston. 111. visited Wednesday with her brother, Dale Wilson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Conna Nelson and children of Riverdale spent Tuesday night with her mother, Mrs. Luther Peek. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Melton and children, of St. Louis who have been visiting his sister, Mrs. Luther Peek for several days, left Wednesday for Walnut Ridge to visit relatives before returning to St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood and son. Clifford, spent Monday in Blythe- vllle as guests of their daughter, Mrs. Johnny Young and family. Jimmie Doss of Mineral Springs. Tex., Is home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Doss for two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Hollingsworth and Mrs. Austin Chaplain spent several days last week at Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kenny. Miss Lavista Carroway and Jimmie Smith left Tuesday for Brett, West, Va., where Mr. Kenney will be employ- sd. Returning last week from Boy Scout camp were Clifford Wood, Jimmie Johnston, Powell Clark, Dickey Jones, Carl Bailey and Kenneth Wart and their Scoutmaster, Artis Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pierce and children of fownw, OoVof., tn ito- Iting his parents, Mr. and Mri. ra- bert Fierce. , Claud Jewel and Brttery Hall returned from Michigan City last week. Wayne Barnes spent the week end in Lepanto visiting his sifter, Mrs, Louise Jennings and family.' Misses Ima. Charlotte and Barbara James, Mary Lou and Peggy Balch visited Audrey and Jolly Modesitt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Tyler and daughter, Sherry and Mrs. Alice Carter of Whitton were visiting in Dyess Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs and granddaughter, Miss Kathy Waldrip were in Lepanto Friday. Jimmie Peek spent Thursday night at Spear Lake visiting in the Fred Lee home. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs accom- KILLS JOHNSON GRASS, BERMUDA GRASS, and many other grasses and weeds. Destroys weed roots . . . prevents regrowth. In convenient powder form; easy to mix fof use us a spray. E. C. ROBINSON ptnfel MM* griuvI&utfiUr, MM kuthjr Wadlrip to her home In Hen- dMJon, Term., where they attended a picnic on the lawn at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Roy H. Jones and family. Lesters Jacobs and family and Guy Hlnson and family were present ak3Q. Billy Johnston Is spending this week In St. Louis with his father, Ray D. Johnson, a patient at Barnes Hospital. Mrs. H. L. Modesitt and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Floyd were in Senntobla, Miss., to enter their son, Orville Lee Modessit in the university there- Mrs. Jack Long and Miss Nina Peterson of Blytheville spent the week end with Mi?6 Peterson's parents, The Rev- and Mrs. W. W. Peterson. Misses Mary Mae Modesitt, Ruby Mann, and Mary Lou Balch spent Saturday nfght *HK Bobbf Jean Mann. Mr. and Mrs. Jiromlt McAfee and son, Gary Dale of Leporte, Ind., are here. visiting their parents, A. A. Garey and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McAfee. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Price and children of Laporte, Ind., are here visiting relatives. Bob Hargett and sons, Bob and Bill of Pontlac. Mich-, spent the week end here with Mrs. Bob Hargett. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth COOK of Memphis are here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Forrester visited at Whitton Sunday with their parents, Mrs. Leona Forrester and Mrs. Annie Mae Hurt. Hugh Bean of Pontiac, Mich., spent Sunday here with relatives. INSECT DAMAGE TO CROPS? We offer to the farmers free field inspection for Thrips, Army Worms, Red Spider and other insect damage. We have six pound toxaphene, 25 per cent DDT, BHC and DDT 9/15 liquids. Also dust. If you have insect or poison problems, feel fr«« to call on us at any time. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phones 6856 — 6957 — 6858 Headquarters for Toxaphene, DDT and Other Poisons. No Trays to Fill... Spill.. • Empty or Forget to Refill! End mess and bother of ice cube trays today! Test the only refrigerator in the world that makes ice cubes without trays-in your own home! 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