The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 12, 1955 · Page 8
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PACK EIGHT BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1.2, 1958 Senator Charges US Foreign Policy Dictated by Allies CHICAGO (AP) — Sen. Malone (R-Ncv) today told a rally . of conservative Republicans that "our foreign policies are largely dictated by so-called allies." He was teamed up with two other senators — McCarthy of Wisconsin and Dirksen of Illinois— and three other speakers on a daylong program of speeches. The over-all theme was: "What must the Republican party do In 1955 to preserve the republic and itself? Malona. in a prepared address, said no U. S. business or manufacturing interest subject to competition from foreign imports is fully independent. He added: "The State Department— most of its personnel a carryover from two Democratic administrations — markets.' These billions, he added, should be invested in defense. The Lincoln Day program was under the aegis of six organizations. Sponsors described the Republicans who attended as "conservatives" and, for the most part, rank and file members who sup- has destroyed the independence of j ported the late Sen. Taft of Ohio, these enterprises by its foreign | A spokesman said reservations trade and foreign aid policies." j for a luncheon in the middle of Entanglement Charged the program had been received keeping our money and strength at home." "We must extricate ourselves from all the foreign entanglements the Democrats have involved us in," he said. "We must cense squandering billions on subsidies to foreign competitors for our own Robertson Rites Are Tomorrow MANILA — Funeral services for Elisha Robertson, 79, will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in Manila's Baptist Church by the Rev. Guy Magee. A retired farmer and merchant, Mr. Robertson died Friday morning. He had made his home in Manila 38 years and was a dea'con in the Baptist Church. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Isabelle Robertson: two .sons, Elmer of Manila and the Rev, Homer Robertson of Hickman, Ky.; one sister, Mrs. Alice < Brown, Memphis, seventeen grandchildren and 10 great- grandchildren. , Pallbearers will include Doyle White, Reed Threlfceld, Arthur Hill, Clarence Williams, Kenneth Mc- Whirler and Joe Chapln. Howard Funeral Home is in charge. He said the United States is the only nation "that fights oilier people's wars and pays for them, too." He stated the Republican party's mission is "to save America by RED FLEET (Continued from Page 1) mained in the area, guarding against any premature attempt by Red Chinese to take over the empty islands. The Communists, eight miles away on Yikiangshan Island and 14 miles away on the mainland, made no attempt to interfere with the final stage of .the evacuation. The seas calmed and the wind died down as the fleet began to pull out. The weather was brisk. The windup completed six days of frenzied activity during which 40,000 or more civilians, guerrillas find Nationalist troops were removed from the Tachens, the Yu Shans, 35 miles northeast, and pishan, 32 miles southwest. Demolitions Touched Off The evacuation was climaxed by a tremendous pyrotechnic display last night as demolition teams touched off piles of ammunition. The explosions rocked ships off the Tachens and shot balls of fire high to the sky. Becker and AP photographer Fred Waters reported their last look at the Tachens today. "The rats took over," they said. "Thousands of them scurried through deserted villages. Big Sun Hat Village, a thousand-year-old former pirate town, lay smoking in near ruin. Many stone houses are burned out hulks. "There are gaping holes where Nationalist soldiers blasted their elaborate fortifications into uselessness. ' 'The billowing explosions had ceased and an eerie silence had taken their place." Here on Formosa, fresh units of Chiang's U. S.-trained 46th division landed and left almost immodiat ly by train for military camps to tiie south. Started Sunday The big withdrawal operation started Sunday when orders flashed to the waiting U. S. 7th Fleet to head for the Tachens. Ships converged from Okinawa, Manila, Saigon, Formosa and Hong Kong. Six carriers, one converted io an antisubmarine warship, cruisers and destroyers coursed in a half- ring off the islands and planes circled overhead throughout the evacuation. One Navy Skyraider carrying a million dollars worth of radar was shot down by Communist mainland antiaircraft when it strayed off course. Nationalist ships picked up the pilot and both crewmen. Communist guns on Yikiangshan fired at four other planes and scored a few holes in the wing of one. Fleet and air gunners were under orders to "fire back if fired on" but the 7th Fleet commander, Adm. Alfred M. Pride, ruled (he incidents were caused by American pilots flying too close to Red from 1,700 persons from 24 states, the bulk of them from Illinois. McCarthy Scheduled Sen. McCarthy was scheduled to take over as the final speaker at 4:30 p.m. EST. Kit Clardy, a former congressman from Michigan who was a member of the House Un-American Activities Committee, devoted part of a prepared address to criticism of Americans for Democratic Action and the Committee for an Effective Congress. He also said: "So long as the Stevenson. Reuther, ADA, left-wing philosophy retains control of the Democratic party machinery—so long as they put up candidates who subscribe to the theory that we have nothing to fear from the Communists within our midst— the hope of the nation must rest with the Republican party and those Southern Democrats \vho have not forgotten their heritage." " Sponsors of the one-day meeting were the Committee of One Thousand Republicans, headed by Gen. William Hale Wilbur (ret) of Highland Park, 111.; the Abraham Lincoln Republican Club, and four other Chicago area groups. Secretary of Labor Mitchell will speak tonight at the annual Lincoln Day dinner of the Republican State Central Committee. territory and the mained silent. U. S. guns re- Seeking Houston Robber HOUSTON. Tex. i/r> — Police continued the .search today for a gunman wtio took 57,000 from the Heights State Bank here yesterday. The well - timed robbery was pulled less than five minutes after two policemen left the bank. About 40 people in the bank were unaware of the robbery unitl the well - dressed clean - shaven man 'walked out with five bundles of $20 bills he got from teller Harold Schultz. Schultz said the man displayed a, .25 caliber revolver and demanded all of Schultz' 10s and 20s. Schultz put Hit? money on the counter, he said, after hearing ihe revolver's safety released. Negro Deaths With The Courts CHANCERY Ray Gammill *md John Calvin vs. the City of Blytheville, .seeking sn order for the right to erect n service station at the comer of Highway 61 and Walnut St. Max O. Usrcy vs. Joe P. Pride Jr. Bonnie King Bonnie King. Negro of the Double Bridges community, passed away at his home early yesterday morning. King is survived by his wife. Susie King, of Chicago; one sister, Emmie King, of Chicago, and a brother, Horlis King, of Memphis. Funeral services will be held Monday at 11:00 a.m. at the Prin•cess Chapel Church in Double Bridges. Rev. John Scott, pastor, will officiate. Burial will follow in the Fisher Cemetery, near Ltixora. Curlie Pointer Services for Curlie Pointer, 3. who died Thursday at the home of his parents at Tomato, will be conducted at '2 p. m. tomorrow at Caston Funeral Homo chapel by Rev. J. M. Wnllj,. Burial will bo in Mount Zion Cemetiiry. Survivors include" his parents, Raymond and Carrie B. Pointer. Elizabeth Green Obituary NO CAT "NIP" FOR HIM—"Monty," the lion, spikes all reports that he's a beer drinker. The only stuff he would drink for the photographer is water, which is being given to him by Clara Croninqer. manager of the Chicago Animal Welfare League S.C. Miller Rites Tomorrow i Services for S. C. Miller, 77, who died at his home at 1208 South 21st Street yesterday, will be conducted at 9 a.m. tomorrow at Holt Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Tommy McClure. Burial will be in Newport,. Mr. Miller, who came to Blythc- ville 14 years ago from Newport, had been ill since suffering a stroke two weeks ago. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Mary Miller; four daughters, Miss i Sylvia Miller of Viclcsburg, Miss. Mrs. Herbert Hodge of Blythevillfi, Mrs, Joe Smith of Rockford, 111., and Mrs. Watson Douglas of Vernole. Ohio; two sons, John Miller! of Woodleaf, Calif., and David! Miller of Blytheville; a brother. Anderson Miller of Newport; and 22 grandchildren. Effie McCormick Dies at Manila MANILA — Mrs. Effie Nell McCormick died last night at the acre of 76. She suffered a heart attack. Funeral arrangements, which will be handled by Howard Funeral Home of Manila, are incomplete. I Ike Will Run Again-McKeldin BALTIMORE i& — Maryland's Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin. the m-.'.n who naminalcd President Eisenhower at the last Republican National convention, thinks his chief will run asjciin. "I feel that if he is convinced he is needed, he will yield to the wishes of the people," McKeldin told a Lincoln Day dinner last night. The MarryUuul governor pointed for support to a statement he said Eisenhower made in one of his speeches: , p "Our quest for pence and freedom necessarily presumes thai we who hold" positions of public trust must rise above self and section." Local Pastors At State REW Two local ministers will help direct Religious Emphasis Week at Arkansas State College. March 7- lu. The Rev. Harold O. EBgensper- ;;-'r, pastor of First Methodist Church and the Rev. James W. Rainwater, pastor of First Christinn Church, will be among four nunistcrs who are to be directors of the Religious Emphasis Week program. "Christ, the Master Teacher" will be the theme of the event. winch is under the sponsorship of the Student Government Association and campus religious organJz- Church News Briefs A FILM on the life of "John Wesley." will be shown at the Sunday night' services at the First Methodist Church. The time will be 7 p.m. MISSISSIPPI COUNT* Subdis- trict Youth Fellowship meeting will be held at the Lake Street Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. Monday. THE REV. HARVEY KIDD, pastor of Blytheville's Presbyterian Church, will fill the Osceola Presbyterian Church pulpit for the Sunday night services. DR. ALFRED VISE, rabbi of Temple Israel, will be guest speaker at Lake Street Methodist Church Sunday night at 7 p.m. "THE CARNIVAL OF HEARTS." Sweetheart Banquet, will be held at the First Baptist Church beginning at 6:45 p.m. Monday night. A kir- und queen will be crowned at this banquet. DR. II, H. BOSTON, vice-presi- j dent of Union University, of Jack- ison. Teim., will fill the pulpit at ! the First Baptist Church Sunday. The church choir will present, "Beautiful Garden of Prayer," as an anthem. ASSEMBLY (Continued from Page 1> Supreme Court has declared that the ancient "riparian rights" doctrine prevails. However, there are two interpretations of "riparian rights" and the Court never has chosen between the two. Two Interpretation* , One interpretation of "riparian rights"—R doctrine which descended from Anglo-Saxon common law — is that a man is entitled to use all surface walor adjoining his land so long as the rights of another are not infringed .upon. The other interpretation says a man can use surface water only for such "domestic purposes" as household use, watering a garden, and his milch cows. Irrigation of croplands and watering of cattle are not considered domestic uses. Melton's bill would replace the "riparian rights" doctrine with an established state policy, and the proposed commission would set out who has priority to every body of surface water in Arkansas, with the exception of private lakes. The senator points to the Pope- Jones Act, which allows fanners to borrow federal funds to finance irrigation work, as a major reason why the Legislature should act this session . Melton says the federal govern- Skid Row Hotel Fire Kills 21 In Chicago CHICAGO I/Pi—At least 51 men were killed and H were injured today In n fire which raced through the crowded Barton Hotel on Skid Row on West Madison Street. Firemen snhl another body had been .sighted in the wreckage of the five-story building, which contained 365 cubicle rooms, mostly partitioned cubby holes, (or transients. 'Some of the other 245 residents scurried ouUside into zero temperatures without shoes or socks to protect them from the icy streets. Others were carried down ladders by firemen. Joiner Student Pledges to KS Dick Wilson of Joiner wns among 34 students who were pledged to fraternities and sororities in the spring semester rush just concluded at the University of Arkansas. Wilson wns one of eight boys who pledged Kappa Sigma. inenl will not make loans in any state which doesn't have water 1-feht.s laws. Gere McDaniel On Meg Cover Gene McDaniei, Northwestern University student from Blytheville. appears on the front cover of ihc February issue of Quill, a professional magazine for journalists. McDaniei worked for the Associated Press during the Assembly of the World Council of Churches at Evanston. 111. ' Keiser Girl Ss Sweetheart Maid Betty Kennedy of Reiser will serve as a maid to the Baptist Student Union Sweetheart at Arkansas State College for 1955. Miss Kennedy was one of four maids to the Sweetheart selected by nopular vote of the BSU members. Seven From Here | Due for Drafting I Blytheville Draft Board will send i seven men for induction into the j Armed services as its quota in the March draft call for Arkansas. . i Arkansas Selective Service Direc- [ tor Hansel Winters today issued j orders for induction of 211 Arkan- Isans next month. | He also ordered local draft boards j to send Hi additional men for physical examinations. Blytheville's j quota for exams is five. COMING SOON Bob Logan Announces a Beautiful New Porcelain Enamel Texaco Service Station Now Under Construction (Station Will Be Leased Locally) at the Corner of Ash and Division Tour With Texaco ... Let us heat your home and power your farm IN THE CHANCERY COL'KT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Federal National Mortgage Association and R. O. Doming, Jr., as Trustee, Pltfs. vs. No. 1290G Nathan Robinson and Delsa Marie Robinson; Marshall Taylor and Jewell Taylor: and Barney W. Payne and Hazel Payne. Dfts. WARNING ORDER The defendants, Nathan Robinson, Delsa Marie Robinson, Marshall Taylor, Jewell Taylor. Barney W. Payne, and Hazel Payne, are hereby warned to appear Within 30 days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer r'ip complaint of the plantiffs, Federal National Mortgage Association and R. O. Deming. Jr.. as Trustee. Dated this 4th day of February 1B55. I3ERALDINE USTON. Clerk By OPAL DOYLE. D. C. (SEAL! Reid & Burge. Att.ys.-for Pltfs. James W. Steinsiek, Atty. ad Litem 2'5-12-19-26' D-Y Firehoses Plant Site WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. I.-D—DiX- on-Yates says it has taken up options to buy land for its proposed S107.000.000 power plant. The site for the highly controversial plant rovers about 600 acres south of here bordering on the Mississippi River. The niove came two days after the Securities and Exchange Commission approved plans for financing the plant, which would .supply power to the Atomic Energy Commission. Edward Jost Is Added To Headmaster's List Cadet Edward Jost, senior ai Columbia Military Academy, has just been added to the Headmaster's List. Jost was named to the list for h a vi n g maintained "superior grades" during the school semester, which ended January 21. Besides maintaining a high scholastic standing in the Academy, Cadet, Jost is an officer of the R. O. T. C. unit and participates in several other campus activities. Services for Elizabeth Green, 72, who ciird at her home, at Keiser Tuesday, will be conducted at 2 p. ni. and Farmers Bank and Trust j tomorrow at Marie by Caston Funcr- Company of Blytheville for settle- al Home, nient of dispute over partnership. ' There were not survivors. Can your house BURN OUT? Yfri it con. 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JACK COE— Evangelist JACK CCE Is Coming to BLYTHEVILLE FEB. 17-27 SERVICES 7:45 f. M. NIGHTLY A GRcAT ELEVEN DAY REVIVAL CAMPAIGN in BLYTHEVILLE LEGION HUT North Second Street Prayer for the Sick Nightly Hear Jack Cot on radio station KOSE, Osciola — Daily, 10:30 A.M. - Revival Sponsored By Pentecostal Church of God Assembly of God Lilly and Vine Seventrt and Ash J. C. DICKINSON, T'.

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