The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1955 · Page 14
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BLYTHEYILLI (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL s, iww Soviet Editors to Visit Eight AmericanCollegesThisMonth By TOM WHITNEY NEW YORK (AP) — The Institute for International Education today announced eight American colleges and universities to be visited by 11 Soviet editors arriving here April 19. Obituary Patterson Rites Are Today HAYTI — Funeral services for Mn. Mary Anna Patterson, 80, who died at Pemlscot County Memorial Hospital here Wednesday morning, were scheduled to be held at Baptist Church at 3:00 this afternoon. The Rev. Shirley Spate was to officiate with burial In Maple Cemetery In Caruthersvllle. H. 8. Smith Funeral Home of Caruthersville was in charge. Mrs. Patterson entered the hospital two weeks ago. A Baptist, she was the wife of the late James P. Patterson, who preceded her in death on Nov. 10, 1931. She h survived by two sons, Ooah Patterson and Carl Patter- ion; three daughters, Miss Viola Patterson, Mrs. George Horton, Mrs. Ben Braden, all of Haytl; two halt brothers, Cleve. Hayes of El Paso, Texas, and Clarence Hayes of Haytl. Charles Craig's Mother Passes Mrs. Marjorie Murchison Craig, 80, of paragould and mother of Dr. Charles Craig of Blythevllle, died at the home of her son Maurice Craig In Paragould yesterday. A native of Fulton, Ky., she wns a member of First Methodist Chur- oh, Paragould and a widow of the late Cecil C. Craig. Other survivors Include two daughters, Mrs. Mary Louise Drccty, Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. Ruth Davis, Son Bernardino, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. J. H. Jonakin, Fulton, Mrs. Noah Norman, Montgomery, Ala., and two brothers, Myntt Murchison, HIvervale, and Arthur Mur- chlson, Montgomery. Services will be conducted at Pn- ragould's First Methodist Church Saturday at 2 p. m. by the Rev. S. B. Wilford. Burial will be in Linwood Cemetery wiUi Heath Funeral Home in charge. Whirtingron Rites Monday Funeral services for T/Syt. Stanley Oliver (Ray) wiiittlnRtoii. 36, will be conducted with militnry rites at National Cemetery in Memphis Monday at 12:30 p. m. Sergeant WhilUngton, funniM-ly ti Blytheville resident, died utter .collapsing on a goJf course al Hampton, Va., Tuesday He was .stationed (it Langley Air Force Base, VH. He had long been a top iiniiiteur golfer and had represented the Air Force In several tournaments. Born in Heth, Ark., lie WHS reared in Messlck. Survivors include his wife. Mrs, Harriett Ann Whtttington, and tln- ughter, Vlcki Diane, 3, and his mother, Mrs. James R. Memphis. Calvin Barnett's Father Succumbs H. G. Barnett, father or Calvin Burnett of Blythevllle. died in Gn- lena Park, Tex., Wednesday night. He leaves another son, Herbert. Barnett, Houston; his wife and two daughters. Services were to be conducted today at 2:30 p.m. at Galena Park, Howard Funeral Home In charge. Other schools will be added to the Itinerary if they agree to receive the Russians. They are the first nondiplomatic Soviet dele tion to (our American coast to coast with U. S. government approval since 1940. Institutions which have agreed to the visit are Columbia Fordhnm universities and Hunter College, all in New York City; Stanford University, at Palo Alto, Calif., the Universities of Chicago, Midi Igran and New Mexico, and Tuskegee (Ala.) Institute. Others Their tentative itinerary also calls for tiie Russians to visit Wil- llamsburg, Va.; Montgomery, Ala.; San Francisco; Denver, Colo.; Detroit, and Washington, before leaving for home May 18, The editor.s—all men—call themselves a "student" delegation although ihelr ages range from 20 U> 30. Eight of the 11 hold senior editing positions with publishing houses, newspapers or magir/Jncs whose publications are designed for Soviet youth. Private Group The group first asked to come last summer, to acquaint themselves with American student life, they said. The State and Justice departments finally decided ihelr tour would be "in the national Interest." The role of host to the Russians IB being played at State Department suggestion by a private organization, the Institute for International Education, Dedicated to promotion of international student exchanges, it Is supported by contributions from various sources, including Ford and Carnegie Foundations. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. Ml—(USDA)—Hogs 6,500; general trade active, 15-25 higher; bulk 180-220 ib 17.75-18.0P; choice No. 1 nnd 2 18.25, one lot 18.35; 220240 Ib 17.26-75, mostly 17.50-05; 260-270 Ib. 17.00-25; 240-260 Ib. 17.11575; sows 15.50-16.00; over 450 II). 14.25-15.00; bonrs unchanged, mostly 10.00-13.00. Cattle 400, calves 360; price about steady In cleanup trading: commercial nnd good steers »n(i heifers Inrgely 8.00-22.00; dinner alul cutter cows 0.50-12.00; utility nnd commercial 12.00-15.00, little of value above 14.00; bulls unchanged: utility nnd commercial 13,50-15.00; heavy fnl, hulls 11. 12.00; cnnnor nnd cutter bulls 10.00-13.00; oviilers nnd enlven closing dull, nbout sternly; .gooil ind choice vanlcrs 18.00-25.00; lu- dlvldunl heiul prime 27.00; commercial nnd good 13.00-1H.OO. Not Cheaper By the Dozen RUTHERFORDTON. N. C. (/!')— Mr. and Mrs. John F. nines' most recent set of twins—their third in five years—gave them an even dozen children. "The family is now liirge enough," Hfnes declared. "And don't think they are cheaper by the dozen." Bond Forfeited In the only case heard in Municipal Court this morning Charles Nelson forfeited n $19.75 bond on a charge of improper lease. Back in Service For 4th'Hitch' CHICAGO </Tl—Coimid .1. Moc- llch 30, who snys clvllinn life "doesn't ngrce" with him, Is back in military service—liis [mirth enlistment since he wns 17. Moclich, who has bnuii in service n the Const Guard, Nnvy and Air Corps, , enlisted in the Mnrlne Corps yesterday. His first service tins in the Const Ollnrd from 1042 l!M(i, Three months Inter Joined the Nnvy, IcavliiK In Feb- [•Uiiry 1048 ns nnnir corpsmnn. He enlisted In the Air Force In June 1MB and wns discharged n techni- ciU serKCiuit n yeiir ago. Moellch snid lie thinks he always wanted to be n Mnrlnr, but "it tnkos n long time to decide what you want." Rubber Strike Is Settled NEW YORK <\T) — A tentative aiirramMit has been rniched between CIO workers tuul the U.S. Rubber Co. to end n weeklont; nationwide alrlko affecting 19 plants and some 33.000 employes. A company spokesman said the pact probably would be sinned today with the CIO United Rubber Workers ami a bnt-k-lo-work movement, would start "as soon as possible." A Naufiatuck. Conn., plant resumed partial operations lust night while ii Passaic. N.J., factory Bear- ed for early resumption of production. EVANOKUST— Rev. G. A. Mc- Klevcy, of Earle, will be guest evangelist for the "Ten Nights For God" revival meeting beginning Sunday at Luxora Methodist Church. Rev. W. L. Dlggs. pastor, will direct the singing. The combined choirs of the QsceolA and Luxora Methodist Churches will sing for the opening service at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. The M.Y.P. of the Osccola church will meet for u fellowship supper as guest of the Luxora M.Y.F. at 6:00. Members of the Osceola congregation will also attend this service. The Rev. Mr. McKelvey has his A.B. degree from Arkansas State College and his B.D. degree from Southern Methodist University. Lack of Funds Closes College LITTLE ROCK W>-The 26-year old Dunbar Junior College here will close after the current school term, the Little Rock School Board announced 'yesterday, The board snid the' college, established in 1020 to train Negro touch- ers, would be closed closed because of a lack of funds. The college hits served Its purpose, a regulation said. Board of Trade Closed The Blylheville Board of Trade joined various other commodity and financial markels throughoii tli« wit Ion In closing today in observance of Good Friday. Takes Special Course Jiiy FlnnniiKun of Blytheville ia In Memphis attending a Gener Motors training course, Hf. Is Inking n t'our.se in Hydrniiwl.li: I, runs miss Urns. LOWER INSURANT ft Am FOR PRtFtRRtb MOTORISTS? Thai's ripht, if you use your or for pleasure only, you pay less for your automobile insurance. And, since I represent Lumber- me us Mutiu! Casualty Com- p.uiy' yon may s.ivc c.<>! ":<>rt i!i[ouj;li l.umheimcits divnicm!- paying policies. Raymond Zachry Insurance Agency 118 N. 2nd St. !'h. 3-8815 •Horn. Ollic.: Ckicag ; your PEACE of HIND. ; , is our business / QJI Free Chest X-Ray TOMORROW-APR. 9 Mobile X-Ray Unit will be at BLYTHEVILLE COURT HOUSE SQUARE 9 to 12 A. M.—1 In -1:30 I'. M. Sponsored by Mississippi County TB Assn. Thli advertisement courtesy of Ark-Mo Power Co. CORSI (Continued from Page 1) sedation. Walter's latest attack came last Monday, when he said he had "documentary evidence" of the charges he had made. He accused Corel also of pledging hlmsell to "junk" certain Immigration laws and of "calling legislators—In effect—Nazis and candidates for an Insane asylum" for their support of such laws. Walter is the co-author in the McCarran-'.Valter Immigration law which he said Corsi thus attacked In 1052. Corsi came to this country from Italy as a B-year-old immigrant in 1006. He served for a time In the early 1930s as a U. S. commissioner of Immigration and naturalization, nnd later as welfare director and Industrial commissioner of New York. Pepper on Formosa TAIPEI, Formoso Ufl — Lt. Gen. R. H. Pepper, commanding general of the United States Fleet Marine Force In the Pacific, arrived for a two-day visit today. Brimstone mines of Louisiana and Texas yield sulphur better than D9.5 per cent pure. BHS Journalism • Students Get State Honors Bonnie Smith, Jimmy Goforth, Danny Cobb, Jerry Nail and Danny Edgmon won honors lor Blytheville High School's journalism class when the group was represented at the Arkansas High School Press Association In Conway, Mi&s Smith took an excellent in advertising; Mr. Goforth, an excellent in cartooning; Mr. Cobb, an honorable mention in advertising layout, and Mr, Nail and Mr. Edgmon both received honorable mention in sports writing. Easter, Baptism Program at Dell Dell Baptist Church is continuing its baptismal services through Sunday. Of the 75 persons who came into the church in the past three weeks, 62 of them came from baptism. The pastor, the Rev. H. Grady W tikes, is conducting a class each Sunday at 6:30 p.m. on church membership. Special Easter services will be held at the church Sunday when Ray Morgan will conduct youth and adult choirs. AIR BASE (Continued from Pag* 1) the Communists might now and then get control of the air over the. Matsus, 100 miles northwest of Formosa, but that his air force can retain it* mastery enough to keep the bases supplied. Wang refused to guese when the Reds might attack Matsu or Quemoy. Ala Becomes Iran Premier TEHRAN, Lran (ft— Hussein Ala, veteran diplomat, took up his new duties today as Iran's premier. He succeeded Gen. Pazollah Zahedi. who resigned because of ill health after 20 arduous months. Ala, who had represented his country In Washington and at the United Nations, was named premier last night by Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlevl. The new premier told reporters he intended to follow Zahedi's policies and would stage a "large-scale campaign against corruption." Zahedi left yesterday by plane for treatment in Germany. He led the movement that toppled extreme nationalist Mohammed Mos- sadegh from the premiership. Sikeston Truck Driver Is Sought For Illegal Use of Shrimp Cargo HOUSTON Ifi — FBI agents sought today a truck driver they say lost 12 tons of frozen shrimp in a poker game. Robert W. Brewer, Sikeston, Mo., was charged with unlawfully converting merchandise in interstate commerce for his own use. George Burton, FBI agent-in- charge, said Brewer; 29, left the BrownsvUle Shrimp Exchange April 1 with the shrimp aboard a truck and trailer owned by the Querner Truck Lines, San Antonio, Tex. Brewer's destination was Detroit, Mich. Burton said Brewer got Into a poker game in Houston with four men and apparently lost the entire shipment of shrimp. Winners of the cargo. Burton said, attempted to market a por- Revival to Start At Beacon Church A Week-long revival begins at Beacon Baptist Church Sunday. The Rev. Z. T. Ranking, a former Missionary to Japan who is vititing his sister, Mrs. Melvin Christian, is scheduled to preach at some of the services. Services begin at 7:30 p.m. each night. The public is invited. tlon of their winnings to eafet IB Houston and Beaumont but the FBI recovered $4,900 of the sales money. Four men were charged with receiving the 24,235 pounds of shrimp, valued at $12,573, and concealing stolen merchandise. They were James I. Causey Jr., 28, tobacco salesman; Erwin Leo Key, 34, produce man; John Allen Garrett, 42, tavern operator, and T. P. Whitehead, 35, night club owner. The four were released under bonds of $5,000 each. Nixon, Family Visit Florida MIAMI, Fla. Wl — Vice President Richard M. Nixon and his family relaxed here today at the start of what he said he hoped, would bt "about a 10-day vacation." The vice president, Mrs. Nixon and their two children, Tricia, 9, and Julie, 1, arrived last night for a visit with C. G. Rebozo, a clost friend. Nixon denied rumors that he is feuding with Sen. Knowland (B- Calif), the minority leader. "Any feuding that's going on is in the press and not between ourselves," he told newsmen. in Flbrsheim Lotopa A head of the Easter parade in smarter style, finer fit, longer wear,.. in FLORSHEIZVI SHOES Black & White Styles A to D Widths Take your shoe cue from America's best- dressed men and you'll choose (he slyle of Flbrshcim to keynote your Easier wardrobe. You'll enjoy unequalled comfort, loo, through many mouths of extra wear in your handsome new Florsheims. MEAD'S

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