The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1953 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 18, 1953
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t AGE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER N«W* fATWDAY, JVLT 16, MM u«L Russian Economic Strength to Exceed Europe's by 1968 MONTICELLO, ID. (AP) — Asrstant Secretary of State Samuel C. Waugh predicted today Soviet Russia, at its present rate, Mill be economically stronger than Western Europe wiihln 15 years. In a speech for the University* of Illinois Institute of International Trade, Waugh said Russia has mode remarkable economic progress since World War n. While solid statistics are not available, he said, intelligence estimates show Russia has doubled its production since 940. He said Soviet coal production, while about half as big as this country's, is 8 Crewmen Die as Two BSO's Collide WILLIAMS AIE FORCE BASE, picking up at a more rapid rate, i Ariz ,„ _ Eight Mf rorce alrmen Waugh said Russian steel pro- i were dead today following a mid- duction practically doubled since, air collision nf two B-50 bombers 1940 and now is three-fifths of West Europe's capacity. He said near here yesterday. One of the planes safely returned Soviet petroleum output went from : to its field at Davis-Monthan Air 31 million tons to 47 million since ; Force Base nenr Tucson. Ariz. The olher plunged headlong into the Arizona desert but only after four crew members parachuted out and escaped without serious injury. A fifth man attempted to para- its way to i western ; 1940 and is "well on surpassing production Europe." "Electric power within the Soviet Union is only 23 per cent of French Entrant Wins Title of Mist Universe LOKS3 BEACH, Calif. OP — Th. new Miss Universe is a little ange face from France, 18-year-oic Chrlstiane Martel. The brunette charmer from Par- Is defeated a gorgeous galaxy of contestants from virtually every corner of the globe to win the silver and gold crown last night. Miss Martel, who openly aspires to a screen career and has had hit parts in three French films, edged out blonde Miss United States, Myrna Han.sen of Chicago, and Japan's d.minutive Kinuko Ito. They finished , second and third. Just ahead of Mexico's vivacious Ana Lepe Jimenez and Australia's Maxine Morgan. chute but was killed, "probably that in the United States," he said, jhit by the plane after jumping,' "But the increase from 1940 to the (an Air Force spokesman said, present time is 69 billion kilowatt One of the planes was flying i blind and it returned to the Davis , n . Mon than- strip, landing safely. hours -If the rate of increase nomic strength of the Soviet Umrti will intersect and pass that of western Europe." home 1 The wreckage, followed by fire was scattered over a 200-foot area Obituaries REDS IF. T. Shippen, Former Keiser Resident, Dies Services lor F. Truman Shippen of Detroit, Mich., brother of County Assessor Herbert Shippen of Os- i ceola, who died at his home in Detroit Thursday following a iong illness, will be conducted Monday morning in Detroit. (Continued from Page 1) erirtg for a barter agreement with i the Soviet Union under which India tt-ill buy one million tons of wheat annually over the next five years. Argentine—The Buenos Air(l> government announced recently it will get 500,000 tons of petroleum and 300.000 tons of coal from Russia under a new trade treaty. Iran—Iran has signed a new commercial pact with Eussia call- Ing for exchange of Iranian caviar, fish products, tobacco, rice and cotton in return for sugar, cloth and other Soviet manufactured goods. The Netherlands—A Dutch spokesman announced this weelt Mr. Stopper,, who was 61. was a I Dutch-Soviet trade talks are taking resident of Keiser for many years, where he was associated with his lather, Frank Shippen, and his uncle, Ed Shippen, in the lumber business. The Shippen family were among lumbermen who cleared the Keiser area prior to farming operations there. Born in Louisville, Ky., he was graduated from the University of Georgia, and served with the first Cavalry Division during the first "World War. Since 1940, he was associated with Cadillac Motors in Detroit. He was a Catholic. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Florence Shippen; three sons First Lt. F. Truman Shippen, Jr, now serving in Korea, Howard Shippen, on leave from the Navy at the time of his father's death, and Edward Shippen,on duty in Alaska; one daughter, Miss Mary Shippen of Detroit; one sister, Mrs. Robert Mc- VVhorter, Athens, Ga.; a brother, Lt. F. Truman Shippen, Jr., now Herbert Shippen of Osceola, and two grand-children. place in Moscow. IKE (Continued from Page 1) dangerous to the economy. The ceiling was 300 billion dol Jars during the war, when national income and national production were considerably lower than now. The limit Was reduced by Congress lo 275 billion in 1D4G. The debt reached a postwar low of 251 bil lion in April. 1049. Then it began rising again Secretary of the Treasury Hum phrey issued a statement last night Rabbits Plague Cotton Farmers in New Mexico ROSWELL, N. M. (ift— Southeastern New Mexico cotton farmers have a by-product of the drought to worry about. Dry ranges have forced hordes of lack rabbits into the lush irrigated cotton fields near here. One farmer reported the Jacks destroyed at least 25 acres of cototn plants on his place alone. WAR (Continued from Page 1) Communist onslaught, the South Koreans fell back about, 10 miles in spots—fiv^ more miles than ordered. This is the ground regained in the northward push. However, the Air Force reported that not one Sabre jet has been lost in sky battles during the past 71 days—and the Sabres have bagged 120 Red MIGs during the same period. Twenty-three B29s hit Communist front lines on the East-Central Front for the second straight night, dumping 230 tons of bombs on'25 targets along and just behind the front. GOOD WORDS FOR THE WEARY—Letters from home absorb the attention of these weary soldiers after coming back from the battle for Pork Chop hill in Korea. A fierce attack by Chinese Reds kept them busy fighting for 48 hours without sleep or rest. DULLES (Continued from Page 1) Austria. Summarizing other aspects of his talks with the British and French ministers, he said: 1. The "mounting resentment" of the peoples in Soviet-dominated Sastern Europe "is n danger to Russia and a danger to peace." 3. The North Atlantic treaty Organization iNATO) provides coi- ective security for the Atlantic Community and is no more a •give-away" of u. S. money "than t is a 'give away' when you and I >ay to provide for a municipal po- 'ice force or fire department." 3. The unification of Europe is essential for lasting peace and "It s really amazing that the Sov: I tilers are trying so hard to prevent his unification." 4. French proposals for granting Independence to Laos, Cambodia and Viet Nam in Indochina should Tornado Starts As Waterspout NEW ORLEANS Wj—A freak tor- ado which whipped into the out- kirts of New Orleans yesterday ap- arently started as a water spout. Weather Forecaster Carl Proch- ov.- said the water spout seemed to j two houses here. 4 Youths Face Burglary Counts B u d g I a r y and grand larceny charges were filed Thursday in Circuit Court against four teenage youths of the Blytheville area in connection with burglaries of :4enevatR power into a *ornado, which destroyed a Catholic church a small home, damaged other houses and injured one person. Two other water spouts were re ported on Lake Ponchartrain just before the tornado struck. Bodies Returned GUAM Wl— The Navy transport Barrett docked here today with the bodies of 14 of the 58 persons who perished in the crash of a trans ocean airliner in mid-Pacific last Saturday. Could Call Strike ST. LOUIS Ml—The 800 American Telephone and Telegraph Co. lon^ ines workers in the St. Louis area lave given their bargaining committee authority to call a strike if necessary in contract talks. pinning responsibility on the Tru' make it easier—by winnin; mim administration. Subpoena Asks Truman to Tell Why U.S. in War KANSAS CITY HV-A subpoena has been served on former President Harry S. Truman calling for him to explain why the United States entered the Korean War. But he will not have to appear in Federal Court Monday. The subpoena was obtained by Fyke Farmer, Nashville. Term., lawyer who has challenged the right of the government, to collect income taxes for war purposes. HP contends the Korean War resulted from "illegal policies." Truman was directpd to apprnr in court Monday by the subpoena, but an attorney representing the former chief executive said yrstrr- day a court order had been' issued staying the appearance pending a hearing on a motion to quash the summons. The debt, he said, "points up the situation which the spending programs of the past, few years have produced." These proprnnis, said, mused the fiscaf 1953 lar support—to stop Communist aggression there. 'i. Unrest in the Soviet satellite countries and in Russia provide I evidence that "The free world is . retting stronger, while strain and of $9,389,000.000 which he stress rock the Soviet and satellite world." '.,. The policies of the United Negro Is Charged With Stabbing Woman . Nelson McBride. Blytheville Negro, was charged in Municipal Court this morning with assault with a dr-nriiy weapon in conn c lion with the stabbing of Mtn White. Negro woman, which oc curred last night on South Franklin. The woman received n serious knife wound on her neck and w i taken to the Blytheville Hospital for treatment. The was continued until Tuesday with McBrides bond set at S100. Three of the boys, Joe Blankenship. George Barker and Joseph Reece Truss, have been in County T ail on investigation of the charges, while the fourth, Billy Tart, of near Calumet, has not been arrested. Blankenshlp, Barker and Tart are charged with the theft of a television set, and other household goods from the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Bryans, 601 Franklin. Truss, a Negro, is charged with the theft of household goods from a north Highway 61 residence in February. He has been released on $1,000 bond. There is a higher ratio of automobiles in relation to population in the western United States than in the east. Read Courier News Classified Ads NO SAUCERY HERE—Farmers in the vicinity of Calumet, Wis.. thought they were seeing a sure 'nough flying saucer when this contraption sailed through the sky suspended from a parachute. It floated down on the Clayton Miller farm where farmers discovered a tag identifying the weird equipment as the joint property of the University of Minnesota and the U. S. Navy. inrrpfisinc deficits and increasing public debt will be checked," Humphrey said. announced on July 1. "This lulm mist, ration is deter mined to set government spanning | Slates and Its allies make up a under control so that this U>'.Kl of | program for peace, liberty and justice, while Red repression gives only an Illusion of peace—"for sooner or later the repression becomes unbearabl and human motions xplod wth volnc." Dpartment from hs text, the secretary suggested that L. P. i yes- | Beria, deposed Soviet deputy pre- ! mason• rmer, may be dead. Dulles said recom- i Beria "is today languishing, if not j .dead, the victim of his own system \ ! of terror." cor- Tenders' Scale Set at $7.50 an Hour Union Representatives said the wage for federal jobs hearing here last tcrd;iy that tenders on mended at month w;is SI.50 an hour. In doing so. they belatedly reeled n Courier News story following [he wage hearing in which the mason tenders' scale, was listed as $2.50 an hour. Poldin screens with glass pan- ellings were made in China as early as the second century B. C., according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Hays Store Phone 2001 We Dclirer High Quality Low Prices Wayne Feeds Layer Mash Layer Pellcti EEC Pellets Chick Starter Grower Mash Scratch Feed Sujarine 16% aDirj Wnyne 16% Dairy. 32% Dairj Feed ... Calf SUrter PelkU Pi; A Sow Meal. . Pif A Sow Petleu. 35% Hot Balancer. 40% Hoi S«p'lmnt Pork Maker Horse Feed Rabbit Pellett .... Dot FMd WR Shorts rolUhfd Ch.p. .... !<!« lb». 4.35 100 IDS. 4.99 ld<! Int. 5.39 1M Itn. 5.61 1M Ibl. 5.39 1M Itn. 4.3» 101 Ibt. 3.69 IN Ib*. 4.41 1M Ibl. 5.31 1M Ibs. 5.79 10* lb>. 5.39 1M Ib., 5.49 104 Ibr 5.3» 1M Ibs. 6.39 100 Ibi. 4.79 IN Ibl. 4.39 1M Ibl. 5.99 1M Ibs. 8.91 IN Ibi. 3.6* IN Ibs. 4.19 In West Blytheville Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun 1.00 Always A Double Feature SATURDAY APACHE ROSE With Roy Rogers & Dale Evans —PLUS— HBH-FURI CARTOON & SERIAL SAT MIDN1TE SHOW ll:3p DEAD MAN'S EYES CARTOON & SERIAL •••••••••••,,.,,, , RITZ THEATRE Maniia, Ark. SATURDAY DESERT PURSUIT Wifh Wayne Morris Virginia Grey SAT OWL SHOW PERILS OF THE JUNGLE With Clyde Bcatty Phyllis Coatcs SUN & WON MONTANA BELLE In Trucolor With Jane Russell Gcorjre TCrent •••t»***t•••§••••••••• IF YOU LIKE A REAL BARGAIN, EAD THE TADS The BIGGEST selling job in (own Here in the classified section of your newspaper . . . you meet personally those people who are really in the market for what you have to offer. They read your message because they want to hire or lie hired, lo buy, sell, to rent, or to do you a service. Wilhin minutes afler your'paper appears YOU GET RESULTS THROUGH THE WANT ADS! Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Foreign Aid Cut Okayed $1.1 Billion Hacked From Ike's Request WASHINGTON Iffl— The House Appropriations Committee today approved a subcommittee recom mendation to cut $1,100,000,000 from President Eisenhower's re quest for money to finance the for eign aid program. The cut Includes $705,244.277 in new funds requested . for the pro gram and $402,256,805 in unobli gated carryover funds. The heaviest reductions were in funds for military aid to European nations outside the Russian orbit. The committee sent to the House floor for debate next week a bill to appropriate $4,433,678,000 in new money and permit the use of ap proximately $1,600,000,000 in unob Hgated carryover funds during the fiscal year which began July 1. President Eisenhower had asked for $5,138,922.277 in new money, including approximately 13 mil lions for special purposes during the next six months. Former President Triman had requested 57,600,000,000 in new funds. Both request)had contemplated continued availability of most of the unobligated money carried over from the previous year. The Eisenhower estimate closely fol lowed provisions of a recentlyen acted law authorizing continuance of the aid program. The Eisenhower request for new funds for military aid was chopped from $3,548,570,054 to 53,150,000, 000, a cut of 8398,570,054. Trumnn had asked for $5,463,710,000 for military aid. French Raiders Withdrawn HANOI, Indochina «l — •„_ French high command amoUfteel today the 5,000 French union para, chute raiders who yestetdaj wrecked the key Vietminh suppjj center of lang son have safely withdrawn and joined up with other air, t -ne units. The paratroopers cleared out a the town near the Communist China frontier without encounter; ing enemy resistance, th« an-' nouncement said. A six-billion-dollar boost to thf wait-and-hope policy. Started fashion The fashion of glove wearing wa; introduced in Europe in the lit century, when the Doge of Venice Domenigo S a 1 v a, married the 1 daughter of the emperor of Constantinople. The lady always wore scented snoves in public, and thei fashion soon spread to Francs andi Spain. -IHif- ATLACIDE IHC SA«« CHIC4ATE KILLS JOHNSON GRASS, BERMUDA GRASS, and many olher grasses and weeds. Destroys weed rooti' . . - prevents regrowth. In convert- ienf powder form; easy to mix f«f' use TS n spray. E. C. ROBINSON NEW MANILA, ARK. Air Conditioned By Refrigeration Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 "Your Community Center" i MONDAY DON'T MISS! •YOUR FRWNIHY HHEATOE Enjoy Cool, Air-Conditioned Comfort Continued Showing Sunday from 2 p.m. SUNDAY and MONDAY '< ..... but fats ifotall. fills hay-makin' musicals got f, Songs Wfyarade J^ \ the scteen...trie Show-fesf dances fc».4 \ \bustfn'out all over w I--.. Sprinjfi'ma »j"*"7ftn/ ** I liWcorne! iJHELMA "fa™, .jwruiS CML '•^^fflWP.IimtfiflMI »* JIB HLHX

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