The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 9, 1955 · Page 3
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FKBRUAKT », BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER WEW8 PAGE THREE Negro Evacuation Meets Resistance In Johannesburg JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) — South Africa's segregationist government today launched its forced evacua- lion of a condemned Negro section three days early and scores of Negroes fled deeper into the area to evade the order Tile government touched off the midnight flight with nn order giving 150 families 12 hours to pack up and mov6 from Johannesburg's Sophiatown district to the new Meadowlands housing project for Negroes 12 miles outside city limits. At a prelude to (he first evauu- itlon order, originally scheduled for Saturday, all public meetings were banned in the Johannesburg area for the next 20 days. Armed police assembled in nearby stations to swoop down on Negro families who ignored the "get out" notices posted by government bailiffs. Volunteer! Helped In the rain-swepv darkness, many of those ordered out carried their children, furniture 'and clothes to join friends and relatives living elsewhere In the area. Volunteers from the African National Con- Workers Return To Jobs at Atom Plant Building OAK RIDGE, Tenn. «T) — Work returned to normal today at an atomic plant construction project here after the end of the wildcat strike by 186 AFL painters. The painters, who had posted pickets when the strike began Monday, returned after trustee W. E. Palmer, of Local 437, Informed the men yesterday that their differences with Rust Engineering Co. would be submitted to arbitration. Rust is prime contractor on the top-secret job—a remodeling of the Y12 electro magnetic center for separating uranium-235 from raw uranium. Neither Rutt nor union officials would discuss the nature of the grievances, except to say they did not pertain to wages. Truce Talks- Canceled JERUSALEM, Israel Sector WV— A meeting of a special committee to the Israel-Egypt Mixed Armistice Commission scheduled for tomorrow has been canceled after Israel's refusal to meet with Egyptian officials. Peeling has been running high here since the execution of two Jews in Cairo on spy charges. Double Fifty HONEY GROVE, Tex. Ifl — Two brothers and the wives they took In a double wedding ceremony 56 years ago, also mark their anniversaries jointly. They are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bell, who have lived all their married life on farms within a few miles of each other. Read Courier News Classified Ade. green (ANC), South Africa's largest Negro organization, stripped to the waist and helped in the hurried moving. The flight was directed by a hooded mystery man, an ANC leader hunted by police for helping to organize the resistance campaign his group is leading. For awhile he traveled in a reporter's automobile, getting out occasionally in murky alleys to whisper instructions to the movers. Police cars trailed foreign correspondents touring the area. Whenever the newsmen stopped to talk with residents, the police ordered them to move on. Prime Minister Johannes Strij- dom's Nationalist government plans to move 60,000 Africans from the western part of the city to new homes outside the metropolis. The government calls the program slum clearance. It will segregate the races but will leave the Negroes close enough to the city to provide a labor force. Backing the ANC opposition to the move are such prominent white South Africans as Alan Paton, author of the novel "Cry the Beloved Country"; Patrick Duncan, son o( South Africa's first governor general, and the Rev. Tevor Huddleston, Anglican missionary and chairman of the Black-White Western Areas Protest Commission. They have termed the evacuations "legalized theft." A spokesman for the ANC said the congress planned to call a "kneel-down" prayer day protest strike soon. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTV, ARKANSAS C1IICKASAWBA DISTRICT IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE ,OP No. 2,297 DAMON McLEOD, DECEASED.. NOTICE Last known address ol decedent; 2001 West Main Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Date of death; January 10. 1955. An instrument dated May 9, 1953, was on the 2nd day of February, 1055. admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executrix thereun- der. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly, verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication ol this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 9th dity of February, 1955. BEULAH McLEOD, Executrix. 2001 West Main St. Blytheville, Arkansas. Reid i: Burge, Attys. 2/8-16 MANILA 'NEWSGIHX8' — Wanda McWilliams (left) Is editor of the Manila High School Meteor and Linda Edwards is associate editor. Both are seniors. Mary Ann Walker, winner of the local Voice of Democracy contest, will receive a certificate acknowledging her victory in an assembly at the high school Friday morning, according to Al Lawrence, president of the Caruthersville Junior Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Lawrence stated that eight high school students entered the contest late in December and that Principal Edward J. Shelton will present the certificate to Mary Ann, who is a junior. Clyde Buzzard, 16-year-old farmer's son of Neosho, Mo., is the winner of the state contest, a letter from the state Jaycees to Mr. Lawrence reveals. He is automatically entered in the national contest, which will be held at Will!-, amsburg, Va.. Mr. Lawrence said. The constest was sponsored on a local and state wide level by the Junior Chamber while the national sponsors are the Jaycees and the National Association of Radio and Television Broadcasters, Lawrence stated. Mr. The Caruthersville High School Spanish class will present a program at the high school in Haytl Friday afternoon. Mrs. Divlght Moodie, Spanish teacher, said- the class will do a version of the story of Cinderella. They presented the same program in an assembly at C.H.S. last November. Miss Kathryn Taylor spent Monday through Thursday of last week here visiting with her friends. She is now living in Fulton, Ky. Mr. and Mis. J. W. Qallian and daughter, Gay, are expected to return the latter part of this week from Clearwator. Fla., where they have been since late in January. A plastic surgery operation was performed on the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blffiell of CiirbondaJe, 111., on Jan. '25, according to friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Bizzell lived here about seven years ago. George I. king of England, born in Germany, could not speak the language of the country he ruled. FROM THI SKYWAYS TO THI HIGHWAYS FOR YOUR CAR Phillips 66 brings you the only gasoline with the added super aviation fuel component Di- isopropyl! It's a Phillips exclusive! New Phillips 66 FLITE-FUEI. provides increased power, higher antiknock and greater fuel economy. And you benefit from famous Phillips 66 controlled volatility. In addition, Phillips 66 FLITE-FUEL gives you the clean hurtling qualities that result from use of natural a ndrfr/rf//0M components. Fill up today with FL1TE-FUEL! Get Phillips 66 FLITE-FUEL at stations where you sec (he orange and black Phillips 66 Shield. motor oil that can double engine life! TROP-AftTIC Is rh« n«w atf-weaffi«r motor oil that flows easily at temperatures below zero, yel retains its film strength at extremely high engine heat. Compared to ordinary oils it can reduce wear 40% or more . . . can cut oil consumption 1S% lo 45%. Toop-Amic » th« perfect mate for fan-fun. PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY DISTRIBUTED IN BLYTHEVILLE AREA BV R. C. FARR & SONS Distributors Phillips Petroleum Products Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers value. »5,000. Bonnie Overtoil, 2408 Carolyn, balli added la the present structlon, valllnd at $800, Real estate Iraiislera: Majji ;tnii prances SJcalJer to Jewel Lee, south 71 feet of lot 1, block 3 of Park Addition, for HO and oilier considerations; St. Francis Level; District to Milton Hunch, irregular lot in Hie NW, of the NWU of section 27- 16N-11E, tor (3 and otiier considerations. Julius and Virnmiu Walters to section 8-16 N-9. John Ewlng to Myrtle E. Dohson, lots 2 and 3, block 4, Sunny Drive, for 110. John and Dollle Lambert to John Money Lambert, part of W/2 of K',i of section '33-lfi-E-ll, for $1 and other considerations. John and Dollie Lambert to John Roney Lambert, part of of Eli of section 33-18-E, 11, for $1 and other considerations. William and Lola Rollick to Russell K. Marr, lot 3, block 1, Morris Add., for $10 and other considerations. Richard and Berneda Ofiborne, all! Dora V. Lambert to Federal Na- ol lot 4. block 2. ol Oosncll Estate Addition, Jor |10 and other consld- (i moiis: St. Francis Levee District to Eu- tcnc shinault, lou, 10 and 11, block i nt tin. Davis Third Addition, f6r $21.13: Robert and Martha Porter to Kemp and Mary Whisenhurit, all ot lot 7 and 8 ot amended plat of block I, Jones Addition, for $10 and other considerations. Real Estate transfers: Gertrude P. Buek lo Taylor and Blanche Turnbow, lot 13, block A, Jackson Add., Leachville, for 83,000. Elliel Glasicock to John A. Anthony, lot 13. block 2, Matthews Add., Leachville, for SI,500. Jame.s and Billie Barnes to fmo- ::cne M. Trumble, W!-_, lot 9 and tional Morl&aye Assn. East of lot M, block B, Morris Add., for $1 and other considerations. Leo and Emma Donner to Harry Building permits have _ been sued for ports, a house. The three homes, garage and Harvey Bell to Verdie Bell, lot.9, Lee's Add., for $1 and other considerations. First Baptist Church, Manila, to New Harmony Church, Manila, section 15-H-8, for St. S. G. and Kathryn Shelton to Ker- rnent and Mary Dobson, lot 9, block 2, Hearn Add., for $10 and other considerations. I Albert and Lois Boyll to Lucian and Edrie Gaines. 47 ft., lot 6, Wij of lot 7, all in block 9, Davis Add., for Sill and other considerations. W. C. and Oretha Morris to Magnolia Courts, Inc., lot 3, block 2, William Lee Walker Second Add., $10 and other considerations. Glenn and P. M. Johnson to Vernon and Lois Daws, lot 15, block $10 and A. D. and Bcrsheba Richardson to K. K. and Elizabeth Allstlon, lot 3, block 5, Park Add., $10 and other considerations. William and Lola Barker to Harry and Mary Gray, lot 16, block. B/John B. Walker sub,, for $10 and other considerations. John and Cornelia Shanks, Jr., to Roy and Mabel Schuhart. Irregular lot 11, SW'i ol section 9-T15N- R11E, for $2,400. Robert and Jessie Lee Burton to Joe S. and Wanda Joyner, lot 3, block 5, of the E. O. Adams Sub., for $10 and other considerations. The Federal Mortyatfe Association to H. V. Higley, Administrator of Veterans Affairs, Veteran's Administration, Washington 25. D. C. all of E 43-"i of lot H, block B of: Morris Addition lor $10,000. I A. M. and Effie Eldridge to Ma>-1 M. Hallmark and her mother, Bel.: ty E. Hallmark, N'/. of lot 9, block: "G", Barron and Lilly Addition,! for 41.800. I icylare to speed welcome comfort. Thou- T. G. and Elizabeth Worsley to i sanda use it when rheumatic, arthritic6r Enoch and Lillie Austin, 12 acres! muscle pain "acts up"! Price of first E. — SW corner of NW" 4 of section i bott ' c back if not satisfied. Ort C-2223; 35-T15N-R11E, for 55,000. I Boiird of Directors, SI. Pi'iincls Levee District, to Bertie Dorrla, lot 7, block 4 of Dnvid Acres, for $04,38. BIyllieville Chamber of Commerce to K-Vati Machine and Tool Co.. area carved from the SW',4 of section 15-T16N-B11B, for $04.38. Quitclaim deed'— Ellle Wright to Prank Wolsey, lot 1, block 3, Chicago Mill and Lumber Co.'s Third Addition. Annie White to Morgan and Jessie Kimbrough, lot 6, block 13, of the E. W. Robinson Addition, for $.450. Doctors Often Prescribe This One Active Ingredient TO RELIEVE PAIN OF RHEUMATISM Fast-acting C-2223 contains sodium «•!- permits that were issued 5 rooms, brick veneer, 423 Rosemary Ave.. Holly Development Corp., residence; value, $12,000. 5-rooms, brick veneer, 732 Adams St., Holly Development Corp., residence; $9,000. Garage, concrete block, 639 Lake, Thomas J. Clark; value, $1,000. Car port, frame, 515 Lumerate, W R. White, $300. Louella Arnold, 132 East Cherry, frame -storage house, $75. W. C. Dailey, 527 East Rose, car port and storage house, $750. "- North veneer; lot 10, block 2, Sudbury Add., for 510. Susan Moore to L. B. Currie, lot 20, block (3, Hollincter Second Add., | C, Gosnel! Estate Sub. lor $250., I other considerations. Susan Moore to L. B. Currie, lot i W. H. and Dotie Hawthorne to s 10 ™^ 6 ! 19, block 6, Hollipeier Second Add.. | Butler Sadie Lester. W!i of lot for S-'M. !31, rephu of J. P. Pride and Gate- Truman A. Meador and Freda R.; way Sub., tor $1.000. Meador to W. L. Walker, irregular! J. E. and Mary Stevenson, Jr., lot south of the William Lee Walk-jaiid Harold and Mane Wright to er subdivision, for S3.200. j William and Kathleen Crafton, lot Grover. Jean, Doulph and Patsj' 1. E 1 2 of lot 2 in block 5, Country Ward and Evelyn Bramlett to Ma-1 Club Heights Add., for $10 and ry E. Swain, NWVj of NW', 4 of'other considerations. CAMERA CENTER • Flash Bulbs • Color Film • Polaroid Film • Movie Film • We have Cameras and Projectors for rent. BARNEY'S DRUG S10RE 2006 W. 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