The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1953 · Page 2
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FAW BLYTHEVTU.R 'ARK.) COURIER NEW3 FRIDAY, JULY IT, 1988 BULl.ESEVE — Midshipman I c John W. Evprctl. son of Mrs. L. Everett, 833 Lilly. Blytheville, t part of his training during the nil Naval Academy personnel. A fcnio napolis, Md., Midshipman Everett consln, News oi Men In the Service Master Sgt. J. D. Graham, son of Mrs. Laura Gresham, Cardwcll Js stationed at the Eta Jima Si>r cialist School in Japan. A veteran of the Korean conflict, he Is living in Japan with his wife, Norma. who used to live in KenneU, Missouri. Rodger Lum of Blyfheville began six weeks training at Camp Carson, Colo., June 20. as a Corps of Engineers Reserve .Officer Training Corps Caclet. Upon the completion of his college courses and advanced ROTC at Missouri School or Mines, lie •will be commissioned as a Reserve Second Lieutenant in the Army Corps of. Engineers. nins a 40mm director on target as ual mkl.shipman training cruise for at the U. H. Naval Academy, Ans aboard the battleship USS Wis- IIASIO TRAINKK •- Army Pvt. Marvin E. Barch. son of Mrs. Suzie Barch of Luxni i in bun i -.ign- ed to Company C, 38th Armored Infantry Battalion of the Seventh Armored Division at Camp Roberts, Calif., for basic training. I,I;H;S T it A i N i N c — SKiji'- .lulin M. Ilayms, son of Mr. and Mrs- J. A. Hayiies, BlylhevilK. 1 . I'tt. 2, rccim'. !y completed a coulee in acromwlical ledlnology at Gunter Field, MouiKotuery. A!a., mid is no'.v stationed at Lackland AFB, 'ivx. Ho left Blytheville Monday for his nev: station after spending a 10-day leave here. INFANTHY MAJOR — Maj. Ar den B. Crowder. .son of Mr. and Mr:-. T. J. Crovvder of Blytheville, recently completed a four-weeks refresher course for Infantry field Blade officers at Port Benning, Ga. Pvt. Artie C. Moody, whose wife, Irene, and parents. Mr. and Mr.s. William Moody, live on Route 3. Blytheville, recently was graduated from a five-week electricians course at Port Leonard Wood. Missouri. He entered the army in February and is now a member of Company F of the 25th Armored Engineer Battalion. Senate Approves Women's Rights WASHINGTON Utf — A proposed constitutional ammendment to assure equal rights to women was ipprovetl by the Senate yesterday, i 73-11. If approved by the House, it would be submitted to the, states for ratification. Approval by 36 of them would be required to write il into the Constitution. The Mexican constitution forbids any church to own real estate, called Efjypt because of its fan- CLEANUP TIME -Mids hip- man 3c Howell D. Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey H. Boyd, 1617 West Hollywood Street, Blytheville, is taking part In a summer cruise for future Navy officers aboard the heavy cruiser USS Macon. Midshipman Boyd is a .sophomore at the University of Nebraska. Notional Scout Jamboree Now Officially Opened JAMBOREE CITY, Calif. W) — After five days of preliminaries and happy chaos a pattern of order anp purpose emerged here today as the third National Jamboree of the Boy Scouts of America was c'ficially opened. They have been pouring into the 3,000-acre campsite on the shores of the Pacific since last Sunday and today virtually every boy expected was on hand for the flag raising: ceremonies that made the opening official. v Originally Boy Scout officials announced that attendance would approximate 50.000 scouts and leaders. But estimates have now been scaled down to approximately 45,000. Tonight the scouts will mass in a great outdoor amphitheatre overlooking the ocean for the opening show and to hear a transcription of a welcoming: address by President Eisenhower, who is honorary president of the Boy Scouts of' America. He was invited to the Polio Nome Bon Is Defeated MBTUCHEN, N. J. W — A mov« to ban nubllcation of the names of polio victims In this New Jersey community has been rejected overwhelmingly, largely through th« efforts of newspaper groups. The proposal was made recently by the president of the Board, of Health, Clyde J, Shepherd, who said such publication was hard on the families of victims and created unnecessary fear and hysteria. Shepherd ran Into opposition was the Freedom of Information Committee of the New Jersey Press Association and members of the New Jersey Associated Press. Memorial Lamp A lamp in the old palace at Tra- vancore, India, has never been extinguished although it first was lit more thnn 1200 years ago. It burns in memory of a ruler who Is said to hnve ascended to heaven while resting on a stone couch. Jamboree but found he was unable to leave Washington for an appearance here. New Ycrk Piers 312 New Schools NEW YORK yR—The 'City Board of education has approved a 6- y ar program for constructing 312 new schools find additions at cost of .500 million dollars. A board official said the budget request, voted yestercay, is the largest in school history in terms of projects and cost. IN KOltKA — Vlmi] Turner Hundley. S 2. USN, -son of Mr end Mrs. Roy Hundley of Yarbro. i.s .serving on the USS Delivery, a repair ship, in Korean waters- The ship operates out of Pusan. Korea. Sgt. Thomas H. Lyons, husband of Mrs. Lettie Lyons, Stcele. Mo.. Is | serving wit hthe Fourth Infantry Division In Germany. He is the son of M3's. Florence Lyons, Indian Mound, Tenn. A squad lender In Company A. he , is receiving fteUl training with his j division as part of the North At- I lantlc Treaty Organization deteuse j forces. Pvl. George Riddle. .Jr.. husband of Mrs. Danic Riddle. O.sceola. luis been a.xsitfm'rt to Company C, 8()th Hi'avy Tan!: Battalion, 51 h Armored Division for basic training as nn nrlilleryinan. After basin training he will be reassigned for duty with an Army artillery unit. Spt. Sam E. Chilcis. whose wife, Hazel, and parents live on Route 2, Steele. Mo., is returning to the Unit- f'tl StaU-s under Vho Army's rotation program after serving in Korea. An auhiv.m in ihe Mftiienl Company of the 141h Infantry Rffji- IN GERMANY — Sgllc Theodore J. Strasters, whose wife, Dorothy Jean, lives at 401. East Asfi Street, Blytheville, is now on duty with the 110th Infantry Regiment in Germany. A message center supervisor. Sl.vnsters arrived in Europe last February. ABOARD SHIP — Electricians Mate 3o Charles L. Shepherd of Blytheviile, a recent graduate of the U.S. Naval training confer at San DicKQ, Calif., is now serving; aboard the USS Yarnall in the Pacific- Time Somebody Tried to Do This NEW YORK W — West German Finance Minister Frit/, 'chacffer. arriving for conference with Treasury officials in Washington, says he wants to lighten the load of the Amerlcnn taxpayers. He says he desires to make it men!, and holder nf the Conihnt Tn- fnntryninn Budge, he went to Korea in August, of last year. The nest nl the hammer-head bird h',\s a roof strong enough lo bear the weight of a man, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. clear he did not come to the United States "to make any request which rnitfht burden the American taxpayer." SchfiTft told newsmen upon his nrrival ycstnrdity that he would try to ease the tax. burden here through West Gorman participation in (he World Bank, an international lending agency set up to help in postwar development. We Are Proud to Announce The Appointment of Russell C. Mosley SPECIAL'AGENT BLYTHEVILLE Office Phone: 2952 — Home Phone: 8080 Mr. Mosley is widely kniwn in the field of athletics and he now stands ready to "coach" his friends expertly !n solving all of their life insurance problems, THE J. A. BRYANT AGENCY AMERICAN PNITED LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Suite 3," Fanners Bank Bldg., Blytheville, Ark. !u!y Clearance Continues Shoes Regrouped! Many New Styles Now Offered at Further Reduction! Sole Continues Throughout July TOUR fRlfNDlY SHOI STORI Right now you can get safe new Giant tires for your car at prices that give your pocketbook a real break. Choose the top quality Giant you want at the price you want to pay and pocket the extra dollars you save. Why not come in today? You'll be dollars ahead if you do. 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