The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1953 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 30, 1953
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THURSDAY, JULY 80, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS News of Men 111 the Service Pvt. James S. Glisper, son of Mr. J. 8, Glisper, Blythevllle, Route 2, has been assigned to Camp Roberts, Calif., to begin his military training. He is assigned to the Company D, 31st Medium Tank Battalion. Pvt. Carl R. Tucker, son of Mr. «nd Mrs. Claud Tucker, Blytheville, Rt. 1, recently arrived in Korea for 'duty with the 45th Infantry Division. Pvt. Tucker, a radar fire control operator, entered the Army last December and was stationed at Fort Bliss, Tex. Clemath M. Pullman, whose wife, Elsie, lives in Caruthersville, Mo., was promoted to private first class while serving with the Second In- PAGE fantry Division In Koret. Pvt. Pullman, son of Mr. »nd Mrt. Johnnie Pullman of Steele, Mo., i§ now a mechanic in the Third Battalion Headquarters of the 38th Infantry Regiment. Pvt. James 0. Coleman, Blytheville, was the outstanding marksman on the transition range in Company C of the 370th Infantry last week. The 379th was at Camp Chaffee for two weeks of summer training. Private Coleman won this distinction in competion with other reserve recruits from all of the Fourth Army Adea States. Sgt. Lexie D. Jones, whose wife, Nancy, and children live in Caruthersville. Mo., is now serving in Korea with the Third Infantry Division. A mechanic in his unit, Sgt. Jones entered the Army last March. For previous service he holds the Good Conduct Me,dal and the European- African-Mlddle Eastern Theater Ribbon with five campaign stars. DINSCHARGED — M-Sgt. Billy Crowder, son of Mrs. Elma Crowder, 606 North Fifth, recently returned from Korea, where he served with the 573rd Engineering Corps, for an eight months tour of duty. He spen a week in Blytheville after being discharged before going to his home at Mt. Vernon, Va. CONGRATULATIONS — 1st Lt. Earl W. Nielsen, whose wife, Mary, lives in Hayti, is congratulated by Brig. Gen. Derrill M. Daniel, after receiving the Bronze Star Medal for services as General Daniel's personal pilot and aide-de-camp. Nielsen received his commission at Fort Riley, Kans., in December, 1949. WITH ENGINEERS—Pvt. Melvln R. Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hughes, and husband of Mrs. Barbara Hughes of Blytheville, has completed basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and has been assigned to an engineering construction battalion at Ft. Campbell, Ky. Edward G. Collects Old Masters AT CAMP ROBERTS — Fvts. Stephen L. Pankey (left) and Earl J. Taylor of Blytheville have arrived at Camp Roberts, Calif., to begin training as infantrymen. Pvt. Pankey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Pankey, live in St. Louis, Mo., while Pvt. Taylor's parents reside at 128 East Sycamore, Blytheville.. STUDENT — Capt. R. Emmett Greene, whose wife, Sallie, lives at 2304 Birch, has been assigned to the 1st student Brigade, Port Benning, Ga,. for a 15 week course of Infantry training. WOUNDED — Pvt. Charles S. Hopper, assigned to an artillery unit in Korea, was wounded recently when enemy fire blew up the truck he was driving. He suffered arm, leg and shoulder wounds and gas budns. An electronic system has been perfected that takes the guesswork out of finding airplanes that crash In desolate country or into the ocean. By radio, the system pinpoints the spot at which a plane crashes and permits rescue teams to fly directly to the scene of the crash without searching for the missing craft. When its time To Repaint You'll save money by selecting good paint. Good paint lasts longer and the longer intervals between painting lowers your annual cost. We recommend VAN-CALVERT Paints, made by "America's Oldest M'xrri Paint House." Phone 4552 and;we will figure'the cost and recommend a food painter. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Most of the Time, Yes SPRINGFIELD, Vt. (/P)—A man arraigned for intoxication was asked by Judge Kenneth Robinson where he lived. The man replied: "I make m yhome wherever I happen to be, your honor." Then he added "And you'll most always fine me at home." HEATING equipment ROUND-UP SALE! WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Helen Sportiello, Ptf. vs. No. 11443 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 14th day of July, 1953. Geraldine Liston, Clerk Claude F. Cooper, atty. get $ 40 $ 30 $ 20 TRADE-IK TRUE-IN TRADE-IN on your old heating applianet with purchase of automatic NEW FLOOR FURNACE or GAS WALL HEATER (1IMITED TIMl) By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD UK - "Tries, ure my children, but they rule me. I've had to make over the whole house just to please them." Short, sour-faced Edward G. Robinson gestured around his spacious Beverly Hills home. The walls were covered with paintings of the great names of modern art. These were his children. Like all parents, he complained about what they had cost him. But he indicated he wouldn't part with any of them. "I've just hung them again," he remarked. "They've been out on tour in such places as the National Galleries in Washington. Now I'm getting acquainted again. I've missed them." Foremost Collector Folks sometimes find it hard to picture Robinson as an art fancier, since he has specialized in playing nugs in the movies for 20 years. His latest adventure Into film crime is to play a murderer in 'The Glass Web." Despite his career tendencies, he s one of the foremost private collectors of art in the world. The vails of every room In his house are adorned with rare and beauti- ul paintings. "Do you even have them In the jathroom?" I asked. "Come and see." Sure enough, here were three sketches and an il. "The house was decorated en- rely differently," Robinson con- nued. "I had to make it all over o the paintings would look their est. Then I built the gallery out- ide, where the badminton court sed to be. I had hoped that would ive us some privacy in the house. Jnfortunately, it didn't turn out lat way." The actor conducted a tour of his ome, pausing to marvel at a Ren- Ir nude ("Isn't it alive?") or to at the head of a Degas ballerina ast in metal ("She's quite a irll"). Robinson exhibited a famous por- rait by Van Gogh, a gorgeous cene of Tahitian horse riders on pink beach by Gauguin and some osters by Toulouse - Lautrec. He eplored popularizations of the tainted dwarf's life; "he was in real- y a lusty man, not a weakling," obinson protested. Longtime Interest During the tour, the actor ex- ained how he had started with is art collection: "I had always ived art as a kid. I would haunt ie museums and galleries and ead everything I could find on art. Of course, I never dreamed WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Cliicka- sawlia District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Kathleen Sparks, Ptf. vs. No. 12.435 Oarvis Sparks, Dft. The.defendant, Garvis Sparks, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Kathleen Sparks. Dated this 8th day of July, 1853. Geraldine Liston Clerk Gene Bradley attorney. 7|9-16-23-3' WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chicka savvba District, Mississippi County Arkansas. John L Fowler, Ptf. vs. No 12442 Carol Fowler, Dft. The defendant, Carol Fowler, i: 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 ot July, 1953, Geraldine Liston, Clerk By Geraldine Liston Claude F. Cooper, atty for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad litem. DOWN PAYMENT OD month* to Wf as Halsell & White Furniture Company 13 S. Division Phone 6096 FIRE AUTOMOTIVE, LIABILITY INSURANCE LET US INSURE YOUR HOME, FURNITURE OR AUTOMOBILE WE INSURE LONG-HAUL TRUCKS and TAXIS LONNIE BOYDSTON Blytheville, Ark. Phone 3331 Office in Martin's Mens Store VETCH New crop vetch seed now being told by Blytheville Soybean Corporation 1800 West Main, Blytheville, Ark. Check our competitive prices before you buy. Phone 6856-6857 REMEMBER THEIR COMRADES—West Berlin's mayor Ernst Reutcr, extreme right,-unveils a statue erected in commemoration of those killed by the Nazis after the attmptd assassination of Adolph Hitler in 1944. The statue is in the courtyard of former Nazi army headquarters. that I would be able to buy some great paintings some day. "But along carne the movies and made it all possible. I started with three paintings—a Monet, Degas and Pissaro. hey were magnificent things, and it was well I started out with good art. Then the dealers realize that you don't want anything second-rate." Chinese Finds English Complicated Language PENANG W)—The Chinese principal of an English school describ- | ed English as a most complicated and intricate language and appealed to "natives" of the tongue to be more sympathetic towards those whose mother tongue is not English. Looe Chee Eng. headmaster of the Francis Light School, told student teachers in an address that he as well as others had inherited a legacy of mistakes in English from their former teachers. This could be passed on to future generations, he warned, unless the student teachers of today would acquire a deeper knowledge of the language and make necessary corrections. Soviets To Pay Own Way VIENNA, Austria (/!>)—The Soviets today made their greatest concession yet to occupied Austria. They agreed to pay their own occupation costs—a step CTK United States took six years ago. Announcement of the change beginning Aug. 1—was delivered to Austrian officials by A. M. Timo- schenko, counselor of the Soviet embassy In Vienna. Previously the Austrian government has paid the costs of Russia's 4.000 troops in Austria. Unless similar concessions are forthcoming from France and Britain, their occupying forces still will be paid for by the Austrinns. The latest Russian concession coincided with a Soviet note to. Austria asking the government of the occupied country to drop its support of the Western-proposed "short draft" independence treaty. An Austrian switch, said the Soviets, would permit the resumption of negotiation on the detailed "long draft" independence treaty. An Austrian switch, said the Soviets, would permit the resumption of negotiation on the detailed "long draft," over which Russia and the Big Three Western Power's have been unable to agree for several years. Churches Rank High in Mexico MEXICO CITY W) — There are ten times more churches than service stations In Mexico. Catnolic church officials ,-ny there are approximately 16,000 Catholic churches, plus 710 of other faiths, scattered over the nation. Pemex, which handles all Mexico's petroleum business, says tiicre are 1,599 service stations—plenty, for local and tourist trade. It contends there is no shortage of such gasoline and oil outlets. But stations are not grouped four to a crossroads as in many American cities. Cholula with a population of Canada Is For Seating Reds in UN (SHEDIAC, N. B. (ft - Foreign Secretary Lester B. Pevion implied last night that Canada will fight any attempt by the UulUd 3UUT to veto seating of CommunW CTn- na in the United Nations. Pearson, who is president ol th« current U. N. Assembly, told » po- litica 1 campaign rally here that Canadians cannot expect a speedy solution to such problems as Pel- ping's demand for a U. N. se»t. He continued: "Only yesterday. I read in the paper that Mr. U. S. Secretary of Stat* Dulles said the United States would use the veto If necessary to bar the Peiping regime. "Well, there are other members of the U. N. who would feel differently about this drastic .action, especially if we can bring about at this political conference an honorable peace." Dulles told a news conference Tuesday that if the admission of Red China should reach a Security Council vote, the United States would consider itself free to wield its veto. around 10,000 has 280 churches. In the immediate area there are 365, one for each day of the year. The state of Puebla, in which Cholula is located, has 1,898. Mexico City ha» 311 Catholic churches, and Is building an estimated 25 or 30 more. Many of the new churches are ft radical architectural departure from the traditional cathedral with its spires and turrets. Modernism is the trend, and some of the new edifices might remind visiting Americans of the more ornate all- glass supermarkets. Persistent Pet WAPELLA, sask. yp)—Ju'es Fiaman gave a tomcat to his sor-lri- law Lawrence McDonald, who took it 130 miles to Regina. A few weeki later the cat arrived back at Flaman's door after a long trek on foot .T EASIER TERMS! 6 DIAMOND PAIR Both Rings AH for Onlv Bridal Set for her. Matohlns) Wedding Hint for him. SI A WEEK Enchanting Or- | anpr B 1 o s s om settings. 10 DIAMOND SET Both Rings . . . 11 DIAMOND PAIR Both Rlnas Only . . . E xq a Is He en- r fagement ring. * OuUtan'dlng de- flfn. $1.50 A WEEK G-T-D GO TO DREIFUS DREIFUS Meet Dreifus WWear Diamonds WEST mm ST. G-T-D GO TO DREIFUS

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