The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 6, 1953 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO BI.YTHF.VILLR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TrTUttKDAY, AUGUST 8, 1955 At Governor! Conference Fine Calls for Overhaul Of Penal System, in U.S. By MOKRIK LANDSBKRR IF (AP) — Gov John's. Kino of Pennsylvania called today for a complete over- pATTIF (A — ov on. nflhe American penal svslcm lo end bloody and cosily violence within prison walls He told II e do ing session of (he National Governors Conference that Iho states must work oiU uniform pLl policies throughout the country in answer to the "alarm.ng wave of prison revolts." _ „____ _ — - — Thf Pennsylvania Republican, in » MISS AIRPOWER - Olivia Barbeur Twining, 18, daughter of Gen. N'alh.in F. Twining, Air Force chief of sUttt, has been named "Miss Airpowcr of 1953" by the Air Force Asso- ciniion. She will wear Ibis gown when she takes part in the Association's seventh convention in Washington, D. C. Thorough Probe S Of Delinquency Set for Senators Major Purpose Is To Bring Teen-Age Problems to Public Eye By .IOH.V CHAWVIOK WASHINGTON i/P.i — Narcotics addiction amotiK teen-fibers. Kamh- linj,' influences in school snorts, and yout.hrul Kanps—the? e are among the targets of a Senate probe of j prepared speech, advocated n Uuivuu^h study of the enure penal machinery to include convictions, sen!cures. treatment of inmates, paroles and rehabilitation. "I do not believe," he "WP hav<*. to spend the stay , sum nf 40 or 50. billions of dollars [ (or new prison construction throughout the United States that a leu' penal authorities suggest as necessary." On ihe pnlj'irftl s'tlR, Vhero was plain notice by Gov. James F. Byrnes of South Carolina Hint 1m and other Southern Democrats are not. ready to liury the States Rights movement and return to the national party. He told a news conference yesterday: "Our people, from the Potomac to the Gulf lof Mexico i have declared their independence." i ^ - • - --- } President Truman, asserted a bit,j juvenile delinquency now gating in | of his own independence by saying pear. j ~' ' ' Sen. Hendrickson (R-NJ), named; chairman yesterday of a Senate j judiciary subcommittee that wiU conduct the inquiry, lias said a major purpose will be to create Could divert troop* uieo in Korea to Indo-CMna Way would be open tor conquest of Malaya and Indonesia WHERE CHINESE REDS MIGHT STRIKE f NEXT-With the Korean war brought to . hau. the free world turns its eyes lo French Indo-Uuna. which ^™; ns <?' ^^ tne Korean truce, communism. The French, fighting there for seven years feel that as re uU 01 i M;io Tse lung could deploy his troops used m Korea to the Indo-Chian bd ^' r ^* r ^ n that cou ntry •-> w < strategic importanrc of Indo-China, and what might happen if the Reds oienan inai [hat President Eisenhower's popularity in the South is greater than ever. Ho said he would not go as a delegate to the next Democratic National Convention if the party continues to insist upon an advance pledge of support . In today's discussion of prison reforms, Gov. Fine urged steps to improve living conditions, food and recreational facilities and install inmate industries. Yes. he said, prisoners are entitled to a "rt'ii.somiljle decree" of comfort. But, he added, they must be treated firmly at all times. In that connection, he said the question is" sometimes raised: Is it proper to neyofiale with mitti- ners in time of prison strikes and riots- Decidedly not, he said, adding: "Thai is the position I took wUeti we were confronted with riots in Pennsylvania. I did not deviate from that position. "I would not compromise. The rioters were told they had to surrender unconditionally and we made that ultimatum stick." Bored? Try This Potent Mixture Horatio Mother Exultant Over News of Son's Release by Reds j... ,....,„, _ ... - ( HORATIO, Ark. Itfl — Happy? public tjroiind.swoU" of sentiment j "Never been .so happy in my life." that will aid state and local au--Thnf, was the exu:irmi reaction thoritics and welfare ngcncies in i of Mrs. Mary Alice Thompson hist I uinht when she learned that her j boy was coming home. ! Pfc. James T. Thompson, cap- j tureci July 12, 1950, was among .mencHiis relcvtsetl yeslorcliiy combnUing tccn-atje crime. The Senate a crop ted on .June 1 hifi proposal for a full study to determine the oxtent, causes nnd character of Juvenile delinquency- It provided $44.000 for the inquiry and directed that attention be given the pum.shmenls meted youthful offenders, a.s well as attempts to rehabilitate them. Public Ilrarincs This Full Revvtnp, with Hendrirkson will he Sen- Lanyer (R-ND), chninnun of (he full Judiciary Committee, nnd Sen. Kefauver (D-Tenn.l, who directed a nationwide crime invRsURa- tion two years RRO. Joan Berry In Mental Hospital LOS ANGELES W - Joiin Berry, the former actress who won a pnterninty suit against Charlie Chaplin in 1946. has been com- mited to Pattern State Hospital, a mental institution. She was described by psychiatrists as schizophrenic or person with dual personality. "I realize I need treatment," Miss Berry said yesterday when Superior Judge Willinm P. Hnuah- ton acted on i\ commitment application by her mother. Police found the 33-year-old Miss Berry wandcrine; about in her stocking feel last week. Chaplin has been paying her ?lflO monthly for support of Carol Ann Marias, wncre Mexico s inosi uau- • --•.- —.--•_ , _ . , . Berrv. now 9. Miss Berrv Is rs-i KCI-OHS criminals serve there sen- «'as <"™<-d on whnt now is tie "ranged from her husband,' Russell' tnncns. Vnnrierbllt estale outside- AsheyUle C. Seek. Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa., by Proportions of Ihe cocktail ln-:N. C. It was headed by Clifford whom she had two children. Krodients were not disclosed. Public bearings are not- expected to start before the fall. The resolution adopted by Ihfi Senate specifically directed the subcommittee lo look into the ex- teift. "tc, which juveniles sire violat- iiiK federal laws relating to the .sale or use of narcotics." Hendrickson indicated attention also will be cH'en to activities of organized Kan!,s of youth In some ma- MEXICO CITY Wl — The guards; j or ,.j|,| os . correctional Inws anil in- of Mexico's pemil island in Hie i s titutions. and Increasinij rales of Pacific were bored and decided n ; _ sl ,,.jous nffensi-s by .VOHIIR' people, drink was in orclcr. They whipped j Kof . n , v( ,,. s . lid h , „„ inl . nl . viRl . , hil | up a mixture of alcohol, ether and 1 Nudists Probe Pocket Puzzle CAJON PASS. Cnlif. Ml — Thf> mo.si pressing problem of nudi.s^ meeting here is how to get along without pockets. Mnrvin Mounce of Spokane. \ W:ish., president of Ihe Anienc:in : Sunbathing Association, announced i yesterfhiy n contest to determine the be.sl solution. A prize will be awarded Snndny at the ;!.ssoei;i- tion'.s 22nd annual convention. i Mounce also announced a nationwide drive for used clothing. But [not for the nmJiMs them-five;. jThey want to distribute it to the i needy. in the exchange of prisoners with! the Communists at Panmunjom. ' Mrs. Thompson, who drove into' town to ulk to the Associated Press; because she ttas no home tele-, phono, said the "only think' that 1 will make me happier will be to; have Jimmy coming into the house." Thompson enlisted in the Army in November. 1!M9. and was sent lo Japan about tour months before the \var started. He was in Koren about five days when captured. i He was a member of the 21st Regiment in the 124th Division. Mrs. Thompson lives near here wil'i her husband and another son. Byron. of inslalUn? a bell in each Assemblyman's onice so they would be on time for buMne^s. "Whv don't we just blow the siren?" asked Assemblyman Francis Lindsay iR-Loomisj. "They'd all go to the basement," said Silliman. Read Courier News Classified Ads. COMMISSIONER'S SALK NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner, In compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chlckiisiuvha District of Mississippi county, Arkansas on the 13th day of July, 1953, wherein. National Burial Insurance Company of Memphis et nl was Plaintiff, and R A. Greenway, et a 1 , were Defendants, will sell »t public aution to the highest and best bidder, for cash, on n credit ot three (3) months at the front door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law. in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, on the 27th day of August, 1053. the following real estate, to- wi!,: All of Lot Three '3) and the North 2'; iect of Lot Two i2i, Block "G" of the Original S*'- vry of the Town of Dell, Arkansas; All of Lot One (li except the Northeast 20 feet thereof, in Block "G" of the Original Survey of the Town of Dell, Arkansas; and All of Lot Two i2i except the North 2'.. feet thereof in Block '•G" of the Original Survey to the Tov.'u of Dell. Arkansas. Said Sale will be had to satisfy snid decree in tile sum of $20,900.00 with interest at 5 - ; from January !. 1952 to January 1. 1S53 and with Interest at 10% on $1100.00 from January 1. 1953 until paid and Interest at S'''o on $10,800.00 from January 1. 1953 until paid. THE purchaser at said sale will be required, to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a Hen wiU be retained upon said property as additional security for the payment of such purchase money- WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court, on this the Sth day of August, 1953. Geraldtne Listen, Commissioner in Chancery By Laverne Ball, D.C. 8:6-13 Read Courier News Classified Adi. V f\ S£R equipment f Would Run 'Em Off SACR/MENTO. Calif. i.1>t — Assembly Spt'ntor .'allies W. Sillinian iR-S;iIinasi *iid he was thinking Save Money! Before you sisjn a contract for a new roof, new siding, interior or exterinr painting, insulation, jras installation or any other building improvement, let us give you a fair estimate that will save you money. Phone 4551. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. g&t TRADE-IN TRADE-IN TRADE-IN on your old heating appHance with purchase of automatic NEW lemon ujice. Four guards , aiiolher field that mittht well b( died a filth wnsi !ookt ' tl inlr> wns butMnfi on Rcho ° l men. ;l (,hietic names and attempts by jirofessional Ramblere to fix the outcome- blinded and two oliicrs became gravely ill. The story camp out when the idling drinkers were flown for treatment to Mcxien City from Islns i . , Marias, where Mexico's most, dan-! First, Forestry school m the US NffD A PLUMBER? THEN CALL ORSEURN SUPPLY CO 1916 W. Main Phone 3208 Mansas Elberta Brinij your own container. BLYTHEVSLLE CURB MARKET (LIMITED TIME) DOWN PAYMENT months to pay -fr. (& *?*••? 8S|5 § =•§.§> -.'fi.a.o Furniture Company Advance Sale Of Men's Brand New FALL SUJFS/ Handsome New Fabrics and Styling! Brookfield's New Bedford Cord Splashes! Brookfield's Luxurious Solid Color Flannels! Brookfield's Richly Textured Sturdy Granite Gabardines In Stripe Patterns! Brookfield's Year-Round Solid Color Gabardines! THESE SUITS WILL SELL FROM 34.98 TO 37.98 THE COUNTRY OVER THIS COMING SEASON! 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