The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1953 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTT,LE (AR1C.) COUKIEll NEWS FRTBAY, 'AUGUST 1» MN- At CCWMOM' Conftrene* C/oses— Optimism High for New Era Of Federal-State Teamwork By MOKKIK LA.S'OSBKHO SEATTLE (AP) — The national governors' conference'came to a close admist talk of n bright new era of federal-state teamwork and action in defense of the United Nations. b Overwhelming defeat, of what (lov. Thomas Iv Dcwey of Now York criticized as an anti-U. N. resolution marked the only flarcup of the slate executives' annual get-together. The five-day meeting ended yesterday. Oov. Dan Thornton. Colorado Republican and a sinunch supporter of President Eisenhower, was elected conference chairman. Hr> succeeds Gov. Allan Shivers, Texas Democrat. Informal discussion placed New Orleans ns the host bet for landing the 1954 conference. There was some mention, however, of going to New England. The Kite city will be selected later in the year. Thornton said in an interview: "We are nil pleased ihnt the President has shown hi* willing ness to help I ho states get. b rfc some of their lost, powers and ^ - c will do everything possible in he next year in advance thai cours • " Eisenhower fle\v here Mondn.\ to reassert Ins offer to try and e- lieve sources of irritation betw en the stales and Washington. Tim n- ton snid that so far as he is c n- cerned the governors will offer wholehearted support to the President in rsirrvinR' out his jiro^ram. FOOD FOR THOUGHT, FOR REDS-West Berlin's mayor, Ern*t Reuler. left, watches ns a resident of Germany's Soviet- controlled zone jams his suitcase with food from an "Kisenhowor parcel." Faces of. the hungry visitors to West Berlin have bc-nn blocked out, to prevent recognition and possible reprisal by Communist authorities. Resolutions Rejected The noveniors went behind closed doors to reject two resolutions by Oov. J. Bracken Lee, Utah Republican, qiR-siionmf; t.hc scope of American participation in the United Nations. Lee. a critic of (he administration un both foreign and domestic policies, said he alone voted for the resolutions. Most of the 42 state and throe territorial Rnvernors at this 45th annual conference sat in on the reportedly sharp debate. One nf the ro.solut.ions called for an investigation to determine "our liabilities and privileges' 1 in the world organization, He proposed Unit the study be made by a commission consisting only of members "fully cleared of any and all chnrges of nnti-Americnnism." He said beforehand he wanted to find out whether there Is anything in the U, N. Charter which violates the U. S. Constitution. Dew ay Praises President The other delected measure urged that all member nations be required to contribute military forces for the U. N. police force in direct proportion to their population, Praise for Eisenhower's foreign policies wns voiced earlier by Gov. Dewey at a news conference. He also said the Soviet Army leaders who don't want war may have become Mm real rulers of Russia. The New York governor, a close associate of Eisenhower, said, bowever, he has not discussed this situation with the President- since the death of Soviet, Premier Josef Stalin, and that he was expressing his own views. The governors' conference, for the first time in years, came away without adopting resolutions urging statehood for Alaska or Hawaii. The Republican administration opposes immediate statehood for Alaska, which generally votes Democratic, and Democratic members of the resolutions committee refused to act on Hav/Rll only. This is an artist's conception of how the U. S. Navy** new, the Irogmen. Oil Companies Investigated For Possible Collusive Action WASHINGTON W>—The Justice Department ii investigating recent gasoline price increases in an effort to determine "whether coluslve action among the oil companies can be established." The probe for possible anti-trust aw violation was disclosed today in a letter received by Sen. Humphrey (D-Minn) from At. Atty. Gen. Stanley N. Barnes, who wrote' the department was finding it "extremely difficult" . to collect evidence that would justify an action. Humphrey said In a statement making the • letter public that he had received complaints from Minnesota gasoline jobbers and con- fiumers against what they termed unwarranted price Increases in the face of heavy available itocke" ind had referred th« complaint! to tht Justice Department. Barnes said the Minnesota |»so- line price increases to which Humphrey referred "appear to b« gen- cral throughout the United State* east of the Rocky Mountain*." Balloons Struck Although lightning seldom itrlkei balloons, three entries In the, Gordon Bennett balloon race of 1923 were struck, and tell to the earth in flames. Sierra Leone, Africa, has been a British possession for more than 150 years. It was acquired at » total cost of $150.' Jcne Powell Obtains Divorce SANTA MONICA, Calif- (/Pi—Jane Powell of the movies has obtained a divorce decree from Geary Steffen, insurance man and former professional ice skater, on the ground that he, neglected her for tennis and waterskiinff- Tlift 24-year-old singer said she was left none almost every weekend This, she testified yest.erriay. consUMUrd (iruelty becatt.se ,«he had to work all week at the studio. Miss Powell was given custody of their two minor children. $125 monthly support, their Brentwood home, nn apartment house and an Test Pilots Go to School EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (/P)—Fifteen men are going to school here with tailless planes and slide rules among their materials and pre-dawn classes a part of their j schedules. The students are skilled air lorce pilots. As graduates, after six months, they will be crack test pilots. ] The school Is the U. S. expert- i mental flight teat pilot school, be-: lieve cUo he one of five such schools I automobile. Steffen is the son of the onetime world's lightweight boxing champion. Willie Ritchie. In the world. The others are operat- \ ed by the Navy, the British, French' and Russians. Among the 400 graduates of the school are Maj. Charles Yeager, the | first human to exceed the speed of sound, and pilots who have broken j several other official world speed i records. Besides qualifying as an ace pilot, the students must have had atj least two years of college engineer- • Ing work. At the school they are] taught advanced mathematics,) physics, and many courses dealing, with flight and sound. The men nlso visit aircraft plants and test ejection seats and altitude pressure chambers. Read Courier News Classified Ads Air Lines Plan Merger BURBANK. Calif. WPH-Only approval or th« Civil Aeronautics Board IK necessary for merger of the Flying Tiger line and Slick Airways. The merger was formerly npprov-j ed yesterday by vote of the stock-j holders of the two air freight carriers. PEACHES Arkansas Elberta $1.49 p«' Bu * h «' Tiring your own container. BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 120 E. Main Phone 8201 CLOSED TO PUBLIC For Private Party Saturday and Saturday Night Aug. 8 NORTH STAR SUPPER CLUB STORE MANAGER NEW STORE Opening in (he near future. An unusual opportunity for a competent female store manager, or an experienced saleswoman with good specialty shop background whom we can train as manager for a national chain women's apparel shop. For an interview apply Tuesday after 12 p.m. Mr. Goldstein. ADELINE SHOP 325 Main St. ELECTRIC SERVICE Complete Electrical Alteration Service Rewiring and alterations in your electrical efluipment are an important part of your remodeling plans, so be sure of the best call us! We are licensed electrical contractors and guarantee every job. Call for free estimate. CHARLIE & PINION ELECTRIC COMPANY 112 S. 5th Street Phont 2993 IRE Right now you can get safe new Giant tires for your car at prices that give your pocketbook a real break. Choose the top quality Giant you want at the price you want to pay and pocket the extra dollars you save. Why not come in today? You'll be dollars ahead if you do. 95 600x16 Parkside EXCHANGE Plus Tax 9-Month Road Hazard Guarantee EVERY GIANT TIRE DOUBLY GUARANTEED Giant Safe-Flex Tires are doubly guaranteed (1) FOR LIFE against structural failures; UP TO 24 MONTHS against accidental failure . . . cuts, bruises, breaks, blowouts. When you buy a Giant you pay absolutely nothing for undelivered service! Adjustments promptly mode ... no waiting if a tire is accidentally ruined! SIZE 670 x is.11 95 GIANT DELUXE TIRES 18-Month Road Hazard Guarantee 95 Size 600 x 16 Exchange Plus Tax GIANT SAFETY MASTER TIRES 18-Month Road Hazard Guarantee 65 Size 670 x 15 Exchange Plus Tax • Stations in Alabama, Mississippi/ Tennessee and Arkansas SAVINGS OIL COMPANY Highway 61 South in Blytheville

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