The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1951 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 14, 1951
Page 14
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PA<W FOURTEEN There'll Be More Guns, Less Butter, U. S. Says BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWi WASHINGTON, Dec. H. VP) — Production of civilian Items such us automobiles and refrigerators which are made largely of critical metals will be cut sharply In 1952 because of expanding military output. That was the emphatic warning of the nation'* top mobilization chiefs yesterday. Defense Mobllizcr Charles E. Wilson put it this way: "From now on, during 1952, there will be many more guns and much less butter." Wilson told the National Press Club that manufacturers of civlllai goods will get only about 50 pe cent of their usual amounts of threi critical metab—steel, copper and aluminum—in the first quarter o next year. And Manly Fleischmann, Defense Production Administrator and principal Wilson aide, disclosed a the same time that "substantial additional cutbacks in metal quotas must be made In April, May am June. Man Gives Life to Save 2 Partners CLEVELAND, Dec. 14. {/Py—A man gave his life to sava his two partners when on 11-foot ditch caved In yesterday. George N. Awcn, 68, was tha hero. Rudy George, 29. got out of the ditch unscathed. His brother, Minor, 34, suffered back Injuries and was taken to a hospital. The men were laying a sewer line along a new street. As a steam shovel bit Into a water line 20 feet, away, the ditch filled rapidly and the walls began to crumble. Awen braced his back against some temporary planking on one side, and Jammed a knee and his hands against the other side. "Get out," he yelled to his partners. As tho George brothers scrambled for the surface, the cave-In caught Awen. His body was dug from planking and shale an hour later. 10,000 Communists Moss in Tehran TEHRAN, Iran, Deo. 14. (/p) _ Borne 10,000 defiant Communists massed before their burned out "peace" headquarters here today and announced they will rebuild It stronger than ever. The crowd let out frequent roars ALLEY OOP SEZ: SHOTTING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS t nu-n mB drc»«d •» wUfa M •tec* «• *». Hk« Alter O*p, »«e *• (happinc. M KW don't fa now. fim BWT b* a tomtr. Ooi» t itiptlac dwm left Britain to Propose Talk Again as Egypt Rccalli Ambassador Pasha LONDON, Dec. 14. WV-Brltaln will propose to Egypt that the two nations talk things over and try to cool off their dispute nbout the Suez Canal and the Anulo- Eeypttan Sudan, Informed sources said today. Despite the Egyptian government's announcement that it had recalled Ambassador Abdcl Fattah Ami- Pasha from his London post. British tin-earn secretary Anthony Eden Is expected to suggest that the two governments begin negotiations, either In London or Cairo, for a new treaty tied In with the Britlsh-Amerl- crm-Krcnch-Turklsh Middle East defense plans. Lrons areach maturity at the age of seven. of death to (Premier Mohammed) Mossadegh," but neither police nor >ro-government Nationalists Intervened. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Open High Low 1:30 4180 4224 4180 4197 4225 4258 4208 4211 4190 4225 4I7S 4182 4136 4172 4128 4130 N. O. Cotton Open High lav 1:30 Dec 4232 4305 4232 4295 Mch 4213 4258 4209 4217 M! <y 4185 4225 4178 4185 Jul 4134 4171 4127 4139 Soybeans y 304 July 3M . High Lo» r Close .. 308'i 305',i 305',1 302 302'/i 301 301 300 300 New York Stocks A T and T Amcr Tobacco . Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola . .,,_, Gen Electric .".'.'. Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central . Int Harvester . J. C. Penney Hepubllc Steel Radio '_; Socony Vacuum Studebaker . Standard ol N J Texas Corp . Sears U S steel . ...'.'.'. Sou. Pac. .. .. 150 5-8 (il 50 7-8 50 1-2 ea s-8 101 57 5-8 51 3-8 BO 1-8 10 3-4 34 3-4 68 3-4 40 23 5-8 34 7-8 32 12 1-4 55 7'8 55 1-2 40 60 1-4 Livestock f'lIlKi) BY U. S.—John Stewart Service, long a controversial figure in Americon diplomacy and a target of pro-Communist charges, was fired by the State Department last night, according to an Associated Press dispatch. The department acted after the government's highest loyalty review board ruled there was a "reasonable doubt" us to his loyalty. (NBA I'hoto). NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111 Dec. 14. M 1 )—<USDA>—Hogs 0.500' active; burrows an dgilts mostly 10 ilgher than Thursday except 25 ilgher on weights under 180 Ibr sows, stags and boars steady; bulk Choice 180-220, Ibs 18.50-00: about 50 head Nos. 1 and 2 18.65; bulk •J30-240 Ibs 18.35-40; big packers topped at 18,35; bulk 250-270 Ibs 7.15 18.10; several loads 210-290 Ibs 7.50-85: some 300 Ibs 17,35; choice 50-110 Ibs 17.50-18.50; 120-140 Ibs Terrorist Death Ruled 'Accidental' KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya (AP) —An Indian Communist terrorist was shot to death by his own rifle which he was swinging In a brutal beating of a follow Communist In their Jungle hideout. The story came to light In a letter found when security forces fnunil the body of another Indian terrorist. The tough guy was striking the other Communist with the rifle which he was holding by the par- rel He forgot the safety catch was not applied and the trigger mechanism was Jerked loose. 16.00-17.25; few 100-110 Ibs 15.0075: sows 400 Ibs down 15.00-75- over 100 Ibs '-13.00-14.75; stags 13.00- H.75; boars 11.50-13.50; good early clearance. Cattle 600, calves 300; trading fairly active with most classes selling fully steady with Thursday. Instances stronger on cows; odd lots commercial and good steers and heifers 27.50-32.50; few utility ranging down to 24.00; utility nnd commercial cows mostly 2u.75-23.50' some held higher; cnnncrs and cutters mostly 16.00-20.00. Obituaries Rites Conducted For F. H. Heath Services for P. H. Heath, 83, of South Lake Street, were conducted this afternoon in Holt FMneral Home Chapel by the Rev. o. T. Owens, pastor of the Pull Oospel Tabernacle. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Heath, who had lived In Blytheville for 31 years, died at Bly- thevllle Hospital yesterday afternoon following a week's illness. Bom In Tennessee, Mr^ Heath had lived In Mississippi County 48 years. He moved to Blytheville from Wilson in 1920. He U survived by one son, W.H. Heath of Blytheville. Active pallbearers were Blan and Bud Heath, J. W. FJadcr. ployd Ballentlne. Pete Burnham and Bill Evans. • • * One of Monette's Founders Dies Jaseph E. Blankenshlp, one of the founders of the town of Monette, died yettcrfoy In a Jonesboro hospital at the age of 81. Services were conducted at 3 p.m. today in Monette with burial there. He was the uncle of Mrs. C. W. Rarney and great-uncle ol Mrs. H. N. Swenrengen, both of Blytheville. The oldest living resident of Monette prior to his death, Mr. Blank- enshlp came to eastern Craighead County In 1M6 and with other pioneer settlers laid out the first farms m the area known as Buffalo Island. The Blankenship company, a general mercantile store he founded, is still operating and is owned by a great-grandson, Jimmy Blank- enshlp. He also leaves two daughters, Mrs. Ray Jackson of Jonesboro and Mrs. Gladys Agnew of Monette. Tax Lien for Gruncwald WASHINGTON, Dec. 14. M>>—The Internal Revenue Bureau today filed a *51,157.71 tax Hen against Henry w. Grunewald. YULE SERVICES (Continued from Page 1) ed by a brief address by the mln- 'dter the Rev. G. Miessler. To Aid Needy A Church Christmas tree and Sifts for children of the congregation will conclude the Christmas activities for Calvary Baptist Church. Baskets of food for needy families will be distributed. During the holiday week, the choir, under the direction of Hubert Pols- gove, will present special music. At the First Church of the Nazarene, musical programs are being planned and Ira Gaines, choir director announced that a playlet also will be presented. A mid-night mass Dec. 24 will be celebrated at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, according to the Rev. Amos Enderlin, pastor. The church also plans seasonal scenes for the church grounds. The choir of (he First Grace Church under the direction of the Rev. Bob Petrovich will present a musical program De« 23. The smaller children of the church and the Junior and Intermediate groups Plan playlets, while the senior class will present the Christmas story with a marionette show. Christmas Eve caroling is planned by the young people of the church who also will present musical numbers it the hospitals. Cantata Scheduled A cantata under the direction of Joe Thomas Is planned by the Lake Street Methodist Church to be given during the holiday season. Special music will be presented at the church services At the Assembly of God Church plans are being made for n Dee 23 musical program and also a Christmas tree from which gifts will be distributed. A playlet will be presented. 'Now That Christmas Is Here" is tne play to be presented at the Full Gospel Tabernacle Dec. 23 at 7:30 P.m. Gifts will be distributed to the children of the congregation and choir music under the direction of Mrs. Q. T. Owens will Se heard. When Was Great Chicago Fire? You'll find historical dates, weather data, breeding, planting charts, moon phases, other facts—in 1S52 St. Joseph Calendar^^^ and Weather Chart.!. DC ET At any drug counter! IB&t FRIDAY, DECEMBER U, SPELLMAN TO KOREA- 3- rancis Cardinal Spcllman, arch„ u .., u ,, I(tl uj,/i,III[JUJI, al til- bishop of New York, has announced that he' will lly to Korea to spend Christmas in Ihe United ^aliens front lines. The Cardinal said he is going at the invitation of Ll.-Gcn. James A. Van Ileet, commander of the U." S. 8th Army, an invitation which he regards os a "command." Ife plans to celebrate mass in three front-line sectors on Christmas. SPECIAL! Commodes ; Plumbing - Heating . Jobbers | SPECIALIZING IN REPAIR WORK [1918-20 W.Moin St. Phone 3208 I BIYTHEVIUE, ARK MtMco NcgfOM Win Farm Contest Aw«r4c . LITTLE ROOK, D»e. H;(flS _ Mislssippl County couples won th* two top pri«* in the 195! Arfcwuu Live-At-Home farm eon tot*,'to Negroes. /.<..?. Amos and Florence Thomai,'m. I. Tyronza, were announced today as winners of the landowner Live- At-Home division. William and Josephine Scott, also of Rt. l,.Tyrona, won the tenant Live-At- Home division. Each couple - ; r«- ceivect $100. ; The winners were announced at a luncheon given at Arkansai Baptist College here by sponsor! of the contest. Borneo's glass catfish \t parent as glass. TOIS ONYO(/R INSURANCE Fin.-con.ciow people (ft,. kind"who ke.p fir, .xlm B uiihen . bondy) | u ,| don't hay, many fim.'. And become Mutual iniuret only "good riiki" [fire.coMciour horn M) we don't hove man y IOUM The result? tower iniuranc. rate< on lho>e "good riik" homei we p iniure. Home. I ike you/,, p for proof. ' J. G. 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