The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1952 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 25, 1952
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VTDKIESDAT, .TUNE 25, 1352 Attlee Accuses US of Imperiling Truce Talks by Staging Big Power Plant Raids BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS LONDON tPr—ciement R. Attlee today accused the United States of imperiling Korean u-uce talks and risking war with Red China. He said Britain should have had an opportunity before hand lo say whether it was "wise" to bomb North Korean power plants. Atllee, labor tie former prime minister, opened a debate in the House of Commons on the bombing. He said Britain had been "kepi in Ihe dark" on plans for the big raid, He observed: "In a matter of this kind, the British government was entitled to have the fullest information, They ought to have been allowed lo express an opinion as to whether this was wise." Lord Alexander, defense miii- Ister in the conservative govern- ler Winston Churchill. Atttee said the bombing had been staged by Gen. Mark Clark, supreme commander of the United Nations forces in Korea, at a lime when the armistice talks had nar- Obituary Mrs. Sheridan Dies While Visiting Here Services for Mrs. Clara Sheridan, grandmother of Mrs. J. H. Childress of Blytheville, who died while visiting here last night, will be con. ducted Friday at 2 p.m. in lliu ment. flew home from a tour of | Methodist Church in Williamsville, (he Korean battlefront just before j Mo. the debate began and had a quick) Mrs. Sheridan, who was 66. died half hour huddle wilh Prime Minis- suddenly aboul 6:30 p.m. al the Childress home al 907 Rollison. She is survived by one daughter, Miss Reba Sheridan of Norfolk. Va.; three sons, C. H. Sheridan of Pop, lar Bluff, Mo., and P. T. Sheridan ! and E. W. Sheridan, both of St. Louis; t\ra sisters. Mrs. M. Miller and Mrs. Roy Maxwell, boll! of Williamsville; and two brothers, Herbert Manns of Williamsville and George Manns of Poplar Bluff. Burial will be in Williamsville. Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton rowed down lo the question' of which Red prisoners should be repatriated. "There is suddenly injected into Ihis an attack on these power stations." he said. "There may be some particular military reasons but the actual fact is Ihis is going to cause misery and distress to hundreds of thousands of civilians who are not in the fighting at all. It is bringing in conditions of total war lo these people. "I think this is a profound mistake in psychology and it is not the first mistake in psychology that has been made in tile course of these events. "I think it will exacerbate (irritate) feelings and lessen the chances of an armistice and may load us dangerously nearer to a general conflagration in the East. If that happens no one knows where it may stop." PACE FIVE Congress Men Ask Liquor Investigation July Oct. Dec. Mar. Open High .. 3933 4033 .. 3737 3743 .. 3716 3120 .. 3C92 3699 Holt Funeral Home is in charge. Rites Held for Infant New Orleans Cotton Low Close 3951 4033 3722 3740 3701 3720 j 3680 3CSS Sen-ices for the infant son ol Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones of Blytheville, who was dead at birth yes- July Oct Dec Mar Open High Lo\v Close 3980 .3736 3714 36% 4020 3964 4012 3743 3719 '3738 3720 3700 3703 3700 " 3695 3709 Soybeans Jly Sep Nov .Ian Mar Hi»h Low Close 325', 321 325 309','j. 30Ti 309 293 29m 292 235 W3''-, 2931; 295'i 294V> 294^ New York Stocks A T and T Anier Tobacco . Anaconda Copper . .. Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors .. . Montgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester J C Penney Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum .. Studebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears U S Steel '...'.'. Sou Pac 153 5-8 57 1-3 44 1.4 , terday at, Blytheville Hospital, were conducted at 10 a.m. today in Dogwood Cemetery. The infant is survived by its parents. Firearms Controls Relaxed by Belgrade BELGRADE Wj _ with apparent Public Welfare in Jonesboro. Crippled Child Clinic to Be Held Here Tomorrow Forty-six have been invited to attend the quarterly Crippled Children's Clinic to be held at the County Health Unit here tomorrow. Mis. Mrs. Farmer England Former Resident- Awarded Grant To Study for Ph.D Mrs. Farmer England, former Elytheville resident, has been awarded a grant- by the Folger Shakespeare Library. Washington, D. C., for study in connection with her wor!: 011 a doctorate in comparative literature. Mrs. England, who received her master's degree in comparative literature in 1950, has accepted a position on the faculty of the English jdep, >artment of Smith College in By CHAHI.IiS F. BARHIJTT WASHINGTON l.«—Two House investigators called today for a full- scale Justice Ueparlmenl investigation of what one of them called the power-drunk liquor industry. Heps. Chelf (D-Ky) and Keating IR-NY) told a reporter two days of hearings by a House judicialv ,., , C UY»W-.I./IIL. ,~ subcommittee have convinced then, WA SHINOrON I,V> - President the Ami-Trust Division failed to! ScSn^e mto,'," i™m"" C dig deep enough in a 1949 search I °ton code Kc «« '^ blTTs n" for monopolistic practices. ! (Jm OT is More testimony Is scheduled Sehenley official?; already have been scheduled lo testily. Truman Vetoes Immigration Bill House Action On Steel Strike Grows Hot Thursday. Chclf suid the investi- The measure was on? of the most, hotly debited of tht 82nd Congress, gators will try to track down iu-1 now drawing to a close. Its defend- mors, mentioned by earlier \vit-1 er.s said it clarified laws that date nesses, that the liquor industry es-1 hack 10 1793 and safefjuaick-d the capccl anti-trust prosecution after I American way of life. Its foes making big political contributions!" was unmoral and [allowed the of racial .superiority, Tiie measure runs 302 pa yes and . , county health nurse, confidence in its domestic security nrecautions, Yugoslavia has relaxed its safeguards against purchase of firearms, munitions and explosive materials. Hunting clubs for example, now I will be able to buy ammunition ! without obtaining a special permit u I from the ministry of interior. 7 5-8' In announcing the relaxation, the . . 114 1-2 ! official press the restrictions LC war for 60 3-ij went inl ° effect after th 57 ,=j_ 8 "general security". 64 1-2 jj,' 5 _ 8 Dakotas Continue Work 69 For Malayan Aviators -II 5-8 26 3-4 SINGAPORE UP) — A' Malayan 3D I official has just ended a five 38 7-8'months' va j n sra rch in the United 80 I Kingdom lo find a substitute for 57 3-4 ['he Dakota plane—Malaya's most 53 1-2! popular aircraft. 39 1-4 i Albert Savage. Malayan Directoi Annabel Fill said today. Mrs. Fill said lunches for the clinic will be prepared by the Blytheville Council of Church Women. with Mrs. Eric Whitley. Mrs. C. A. Tant, Mrs Rupert Crafton. and Mrs, John Burnett in charge. The .food is to be furnished by the Arkansas Association for Crippled Mrs Fill said. Holt Funeral Home has offered to provide chairs, and fans will be lent by Arkansas-Missouri Power Corn- pans'. The children will be examined by Dr. John T. Oray, orthopedic surgeon from the Department of Mrs. Fill also said two Mississippi County educators had been honored by appearing on a workshop panel at the annual State Health Education conference held at Mt. Petit Jean last week. She said Roy Ashabranner, assistant superintendent of Manila Schools, and Miss Minnie Foster, principal of Yarbro School, appeared Saturday on a panel on Administration. Motivation and Evaluation of Health in the Schools of Arkansas. Northhampton, Mass. She will assume her duties at Smith in Sep; ember. Mrs. England has been doing raduate work at Radciiffe, Cambridge, Mass. Her translation of "Le Voyage D'Urien," by Andre Gide, will be published by New Directions sometime in the fall. REDS 81 Livestock NATIONAL, STOCKYARDS, 111.— (USDA)--Hogs 5,000; smallest Wednesday run In over seven months; trading active; barrows and gilts 180 Ibs up 25 to 35 higher; lighter v.'eights 25 to 75 higher; few 140 Ibs up considerably under more in uneven trading; sows strong lo mostly 25 higher; 180-230 Ibs 20.50-75; several loads 190-215 Ibs to shippers and butchers 20.85240-270 Ibs full width of choice grade 19.5a-20.35; few at 2050280-300 Ibs 18.75-19.10: 150-170 Ibs 17.50-20,25; lew at 19.50; 120-140 Ibs 15.00-17.25; sows 400 Ibs down 16.15- 1T.50; mostly 17.00 up: heavier sows 14.75-16.50; stags 13,00-15.00; boars 10.00-13.00. Cattle, 1,500. calves 400; opening moderately active on steers, heifers and cows; uneven gains shown in some, spols 50 or more higher on mix* 1 butcher yearlings; several loads and lots good and choice steers and heifers 30.00-33.00; one of Civil Aviation, said on returning to Singapore, there is no British- made aircraft a.s large arid economical as the 2!-seater Dakota ta U.S. plane). load mostly prime mixed yearlings 34.00: utility and commercial steers and heifers 20.00-23.CO ;!ess active on utility and low commercials than earlier in week; utility and commercial cows 17.50-21.50; few utility cows below 13.00; ca'nners and cutters 12.50-17.50; bulls and vealers steady; utility and commercial bulls 20.00-24.00; culler bulls 16.00-18.00; good and choice veal- ers 27.00-30.00: sorlcd prime to 32.00: utility and commercial veal- ers 19.00-26.00. Sheep 800; spring lambs opening 25 higher; bids and sales other classes about steady; early sales choice and prime spring lambs 27.00-75: some choice and prime lots held above 27.75; few utility to choice springers 25,00-26.50; cull to good slaughter ewes steady at 4.50-6,50. Russia Stalled On China Vote UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. f.<P) — Soviet Russia failed today in an at- lempt to force an immediate Security Council vote on her proposal to invite Red China and North Korea to lake part in germ warfare discussions here. , The vole was on a parliamentary point raised by sir Gladwyn Jebb. The British delegate challenged a ruling by Soviet delegate Jacob A. Malik, council president for this month, thai the invitation be voted on before Ihe adoplion of an agenda. The Council upheld Jebb's challenge 10-1. ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE Plume -162] Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Brother to Ireland BOSTON UP, — Miss Christine Thompson saw her brother off recently for a visit to their home town in County Gahvay, Ireland. Then she went to an Irish Counties Field Day in nearby Brookline where she took a chance of a prize. To her surprise she won. The prize was a round-trip plane ticket lo Ireland. She packed up immediately to try to beat he. brother to the Emerald Isle. (Continued from Page 1) 'ighling. Sixteen policemen were slabbed with bamboo spears. Nine were hurt seriously when the mob attacked police cars. Tte mob formed on the campus of the branch school of Osaka Uni- versily in Toyonaka City. They built bonfires and worked themselves into a frenzy and then headed for Suita City, where Ihcy attacked police boxes wilh fire and sulphuric acid. They attacked rail yards, seized train, hurled fire bottles on Ihe stalion platform and rolled ioward Osaka. During the mob occupation of part of the Suila City rail yard, the demonstralors shouted, "Stop rail operations for U.S. forces." National police reported railway yards in Kobe were rushed by 5,000 Koreans carrying fire botllee and bamboo spears. Komalsu Manufacturing Com pany, a procuremenl faclory in Hirakala City 12 miles north of Osaka, was attacked' by other Koreans. Police arrested 14 Koreans there, includng Ihree women. The faclory supplies U.S. forces. Seventeen municipal and national rural policemen and two milt tary policemen were hurt in Ihis area. Scrap Lumber Catches Fire Fire of undetermined origin dam aged some scrap lumber stored in the boiler room of Federal Com press Warehouse No. 1 late yesterday. The fire was restricted to Ihe lumber by quick action of Elylhe vilte's volunleer firemen, however. Fire Chief Roy Head said Ihe burning lumber was discovered soon after it caught fire, which prevent ed a possible major blaze. LAST TIMES TONITE—2 FEATURES BUDDYN1TE—2 FOR PRICE OF 1 r *~ *» cai'.Tj .> c i:n,f 3 i' ( v. i» ffi, WM 2 SHORTS ••** ................ • ........ o...., ...:,. THURS.-FRI. DOUBLE FEATURE —PLUS— "BLOCK BUSTERS" The Bowery Boys Added Cartoon & Shorts GIFTS Lovely Wrought Iron Gifts in black and colors. Wrought iron gifts include magazine racks, mail boxes, fruit bowls and candelabra. Early American Gifts century old in appearance. Includes spice cah- inets, spire racks, spoon racks, cookie buck- els and knitting bowl. New Shipment of Linens Hun Covers, cut work pillow cases, gucsl towels. Table linens in white and colors, napkins lo match; also bridge sets. Fine Needlepoint Pictures and needlepoint pieces for chairs and pillows. We've also received a new shipment of Millersburg Mahogany Foot Stools. 20% REDUCTION on all China Gifts, Lamps & Mirrors for 10 days PARTY TRAY SETS •1 travs, -1 cups and ash trays . . . SPECI-U, set of •! ... S1.S9.. to both ihe Democrats and Republicans in 1948. The Justice Department has said its 1910 inquiry showed a high degree of concenlration in the industry but failed lo produce any evidence of conspiracy, A department official has denied any political considerations were involved. Chelf is chairman and Keating is the ranking Republican member of the subcommittee, which yesterday heard a series of witnesses representing: independent liquor firms teslify they were subjected to high pressure tactics by the big four distillers—Schenley. Seagram, Matronal and Hiram Walker. Keating commented the testimony "sounds like the btg liquor companies were drunk svith xnver." Julian P. Van Wink!?, nrcsident! of the Stit?.el Welter Distillery of j Shively. Ky., and dean of Kentucky bourbon makers, testified he couldn't get /ire insurance for a while on liquor in his warehouses. He said Ihe reason was that Schenley had a "blanket" insurance contract covering !he warehouses although Schencly had no whiskey in them. "You mean they prevented you roin getting legitimate fire insurance on your own liquor in your own warehouses?" Chelf asked. "I guess that's it," Van Winkle said. He added that Schenley finally agreed to lifl some of its blanket insurance after he threalened "lo walk down to Washington and start little trouble." A spokesman for Schenley told Chelf alter the hearing (hat the transaction was perfectly proper. was co-sponsored by Sen, MuCarran iD-Nev) and Rep. Walter <D-Pa>. It is referred to as the MeCarran- Waller bill. Truman said in a seven-page veto message lo the House that while the | bill contains some provisions he fa- ! vci-s, he could not sign it because of others. ITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. \VED.-THURS. "THE LADY SAYS NO" Jo;m Caulfield David Nivcn WASHINGTON >.?. _ The House pressed today toward a vole on the question or asking Prrsi- denl Truman u.u- the™TaJt-Hirilcy Acl in the steel strike. The Senate already has voted such n At the one extreme, a Republican shouted dial what the House should do is impeach Truman Rep. Woleott iH-Micht said: "This action is short of impc-arh- incut thr-ic is no time lor impeachment." On the other s:rtc. Rep. Spf-nce <D-Ky) an;ued that Congress oui?llt not lo "throw fiu-1 0! i the [lames 11 •of a situation which has liM.OOO CIO steolworkc-is on strike and more than 100,000 others idle m Allied industries for lack of steel Rep. Milker (D-NY) declared , Unit getting nil 80-rtav ami-strike court order under the T-H Law would be '-neither fan nor effec- tive/ 1 "Anyone who thinks you can force them (the steehvorkers) lo make more inor.ty for the stec-1 barons is mistaken," he said. "Yon say to the men 'you work,' and to the steel barons 'you take tha profits,' " | Administration leaders virtually conceded early in the debate that a coalition oi Republicans and Southern Democrats was in control of the Hou.-e. • When Rep. Brov.n (R.Ohio) pro; po;:ed that the House "direct" rath. i ci- than "request" that, the Presi- cic-nt use thi- T-H law, Democratic Leader McCormack I Mass) commented thai the proposal "shows how drunk vvilri power the coalition FRIDAY 'THREE STEPS NORTH" Lloyd Bridges & Lea I'arlovalu Blood Donors Sought To Help Wilson Man WILSON--Blood donors wre be- me snught here today to aid C F Gr-nn-y. ownc-r of Wilson Shoe Sriopj wh underwent surgery yesterday at Methodist, Hospital In Memphis. Mr Gentry has been a patient in Methodist Hospital since June 9. Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sal. & Sim. Phone5S Open <i:3<) p.m. Show Starts ;tl Dusk. 2 Shows Every Nile. WGD.-THURS. "RETURN OF THE TEXAN' Dale Robertson .Joanne 11 ru LAST TIMES TONITE Dollar Nites Bring a Carlul for a Dollar FRIDAY "CARIBOU TRAIL" Randolph Sen It Cartoon & Comedy THURSDAY & FRIDAY First Showing in Blythevills "THE GREEN PROMISE" with Jlargucrile Chapman & Walter Brennan Cartoon & Comedy 'GIFTS That Are Different' 7 LINEN * CURTAIN SHOP Blythcrille, Ark. 311 North 6rh St. Plaid Lawns! Solid Seersuckers! Printed Dimities! Waffle Piques! Check Lawns! Pinv/a!e Piques! Printed Batistes! 80-Sq. Print Checks! Solid and Print Plisse Crepes! And Many More! SHOP IH AIR COOLED COMFOR1 M CRABtR'S ALL FIRST QIAUTY! GREATEST ARRAY Ol- COLORS, FAHRICS, I'ATTER^S Kf'ER ASSEMBLED! ;i6 TO 3v ixuiEs HIDE: THURSDAY, FR8DAY, AMD SATURDAY!

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