The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1952 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 19, 1952
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PAGE BIGHT (AhK.) UJUKl&K NEWS , JAlvUAUl 19.1952 Knowland Praises M'Arthur Policies; May Seek to Split Eisenhower Vote By JACK BELL SAN FRANCISCO M 1 ) — Sell. Know-land (R-Calll) declared today, 111 an endorsement of Gen. Douglas MacArthur's policies, that •Uie United States has no business fighting in Korea unless It expects to win. The California senator, » supporter of Gov. Earl Warren's bid for the Republican presidential nomination, brought MacArthur's name A-Bomb Remarks About Russia Are Deplored NEW YORK yP)— Sen. Bites Kefauver (D-Tenn) says Careless remarks" by Americans about dropping the atom bomb on Moscow "play right Into the Soviet bosses' hands." The senator, mentioned ns a possible presidential candidate, adds that Soviet leaders keep their peoples unified by using their (ear of a foreign enemy. Kefauver, \vlio spoke last night on radio station WMCA. said information from East European refugees shows "there are profound and widening cracks behind thc Iron Curtain." "One of the most encouraging things, trora our viewpoint," he continued, "is the fact that Soviet youth are not the indoctrinated automatons that in any of us have iKcn led to believe." before the OOP National Committee in its closing session. Stasspn Draws Cheeri Former Gov. Harold Stassen of Minnesota drew cheers last night when he declared that MacArthur should he restored to the Pacific conminnd from which President Trumnn removed him, It WHS the first public mention of MncArtliur. Four candidates for the KcpuWi- cim presidential nomination, including Warren, have either spoken for themselves or been represented here. Cut MacArthur has not tyeen Drought orward publicly as a candidate, igh his name hns floured in oliby talk. Slate to Be Entered In this cop.ngction, P. E. Epton, Portland, Or,',, real esUte dealer, old a repoi cer that a MacArthur late will be entered In the Oregon jresiriential primary. Indications are that he thus may 16 pitted against Gen. Dwight D. Singapore Teen-Ager En Route to America SINGAPORE (/n — Alice Tay, Singapore teen-ager, Is among 25 high school students who have been chosen from 18 Asian and Near Eastern countries to attend the New York Herald Tribune Forum next March. Miss Tay and the others similarly chosen will spend 12 weeks in the homes of American students before the Forum begins. WAR (Continued from Page 1) and 14 damaged. . Temperatures fell to as low a 1 below ?.ero Saturday. Two Allied raiding parties wrested two objectives from Western Front Seds early Saturday but late •wittidrew to Allied lines. The act Ion was west-northwest of Korangpo "Strangle" Continues The yeekly Air Force sum mar; saul "Operation Strangle" contln vied without a let-up during th pr~t week. "iShter-boinbcrs blastai cuts 1 6 j places on Red rail lines and lie stroyed or damaged at least 14 loco motives and 218 boxcars. Elsenhower, who says h« is a Republican and available for the party nomination, but won't Join In any pre-conventlon campaign. MlcArlhur I'ralsed As a possible indication of Hie general feeling of Republicans toward MacArthur, Knowland declared In a prepared luncheon speech that the five-star general was the principal "stabilizing force against advancing communism In the Far Pacific." "Because he dared to advocate victory over aggressive communism in Korea rather than a .stalemate, he was removed by President Truman from his command," Knowland de clared, adding: "I do not believe that the President or his administration or any other group of people in the Unite': Nations, or out of it, have the richt to ask men to fight and die in behalf of freedom and at the same, time deny them the right U) win." Anderson Soys Truman to Run; President 'Never Quit a Fight' WASHINGTON, ff) — President Truman's reported remark he has never quit R fight" was seen by Sen. Anderson (D-NM) today as n low Indication thc Chief Executive vlll seek another term, Anderson talked of n ".strong th- Commodity And Stock Markets— Sew York Cotton Mny . July . Oct . opcn ...... 4154 4135 4090 3M7 high 4180 4150 410fi 3858 low 4151 4120 •1082 3841 New Orleans Cotton Mnr . May . July . Oct . ojien 4157 4132 4038 3848 high 4172 4147 4098 3850 low 4151 4125 -1004 3843 close 4115 414B 4105 3SH close 417D 4145 4001! 3B50 encd conviction" Mr. Truman ;oltifj to run ngalu even as Sen ilumphrey <D-Minn> entered thc March 18 Minnesota president la irlmury as a "favoii 1 ., son" camli- dnte, Humphrey said he did it, at thc President's request. Irumphrey insisted lie has m White (louse nmbltton.s, and said (he votes of his state's Democratic Farmer-Labor delegation would In cast for Mr. Trmnnn nt the July nominating convention If the Prcs ident bids for re-elect km. Tf Mr. .Truman doesn't bid, Son Kefauver ID-Tcim)' would make n "very wonderful" presidential nom nice for thc Democrats, Humphre said. However, Humphrey said li WHS going into the Minnesota rac with commitments to no one in th event Mr, Truman Is not a candi Soybeans Jan. . March May . July . High Low 11:15 292 Vi 280'.i . 281 20 OM 2871* 285 288', 28fi AUDIT News of Men In the Service Cadet William Hi Tausch, Jr., of onesboro, former Blythevillc resl- ent, will receive an appointment s second lieutenant in the Regu- ir Ai'sny when he completes KOTC raining at j Arkansas State College T May. Airman Apprentice Jerry D. :unch, nt. 3, BLythcvlllc, will be mong members of Anti-Submarine quadron 792 at Memphis Naval Ir Station who will take two weeks f training at Miami Naval Air Sta,on beginning Feb. 4. Pfc. MnrvLn E, Childcrs, son ol Ir. and Mrs, OLto Ciillders, Rt. 1 teele, has entered Airplane anc Engine Mechanics School at Shep- d Air Force, Tex, Pfc. Hurley Mnrgerum, 132 Mutb- s, lias been awarded the Combai nfantryman's Badge for service vith the First Cavalry Division ii iorca. He Is attached to the Fifth Cavalry Regiment, Ens. Gabriel H. Wilson, son ,Uke K. Wilson of Rt. 2, Steele, Is taking a course in shipboard chem- cal warfare at the FJeet Training Icntcr, Norfolk. Flu. Pvt. John Redman. Jr.. Rt. 1 Joiner, is serving with the Sev nth Infantry Division in Korea He is a rifleman in Co, G of tht 7th infantry Regiment ond arrivei n Korea in December. Second U. Donnard E. O'Neal, .on of Hudson H. O'Neal of niythe- f'ille, recently was graduated from i mess administration course held it the Third Army Food School at 't. Banning, Ga. Arkanset News Brie/s— PI MadduxElected President of Sheriffs Group By the Associated Press PINE BLUFF—Sheriff prentice Maddux of Sebastian County was elected president of the Arkansas Sheriffs Association at the close of Its convention Here yesterday. Other ofncers are: .O. E. Bishop, Union County, first vice president; Bill Sncad, Ouachlta County, second vice president; W. H. Baker, Layfayette County, third vice president, and Howard Clayton, former Desha County sheriff, executive secretary. 'It's Good to Be Back' SEATTLE — Group of battle weary Arkansas soldiers, whose entry Into the Korean War klcfod quite a fuss last, year, arriving here last night on the first leg of their trip home. "It's good to oe back," said Cpl. Robert Selle of Fayettcville, Ark., "and 1 don't Just mean good: I mean great." SUPER-SACK FOR ACHING BACK.S - Ground-bruised and r e ^ y , JlV" thc Far East are now bci "K equipped with this lightweight inflatable sleeping pad. Made of nylon and rubber fabric, the pads can be blown up by lung-power and provide a welcome three-inch air cushion between the G 1 and the cold hard ground. Two Yanks show how two pads fit a pup tent Rioting Reported In Tunisian Area PARIS. M>)—The Tunisian delegation at the United Nalio7\s said today It had received word of a new outbreak of rioting in Tunisia, in which seven persons were kilted and 25 wounded. Earlier, French newspaper reports that passed through French :ensorshiu indicated new trouble 111 the French North African protectorate where anti-French naiionM- ists have been demonstrating for an independent republic. Read Courier NCV/S Classified Ads. Negro Deaths Rites for Charley White To Be Held Tomorrow Funeral services for Charley White, 77, of near Wilson, will be conducted at 2 p. m. tomorrow in Pfc. Robert J. Redmond, son of the Hickory Lake Baptist Church. ~ In of Decatur, III. three sons. William Ymms. New Madrid. Mo., Mosey Lee Young, Blytheville. and Daniel Young Jr., Decatur; tlirce sisters and one brother. Vfr. and Mrs. T, H. Redmond, Rt. 2, Lenchville, recently won a three- day pass as n member of thc winning gun .squad In competition for the befit 75 millimeter recoilless rifle squad during thc 4th Infantry Division's 34th anniversary program In Hanau, Germany, New York Stocks A T and T Amcr Tobacco Anp.condu Copper Beth Steel UN to Study A-Proposal PARIS (AP) — This United Nations Assembly today voted to send Soviet Russia's now atomic' proposals to the U. N. Disarmament Commission for 3turiy. McGrath Seeks Director WASHINGTON (AP) Atty. Gen. McGrath" shopped nround lo- day outside the Rovermncnt for a man to direct his projected cleanup of corruption in the federal machinery. 156 1-8 65 53 t-4 63 Chrysler . .., 63 3-4 COC£V-Co]f\ Gen Electric Ocn Motors Montgomery Ward . N Y Central Int. Harvester J, C. Penney Republic Stcol . ../. Radio Socohy Vacuum . ... SUideb;iker Standard of N J .... Texas Corp Senrs U S Steel 105 1-2 50 1-4 51 3-8 84 1-2 20 1-2 35 1-4 00 •13 1-2 24 1-8 M 5-8 311 I-+ 80 3-4 58 :i-l 58 •II 1-2 C3 1-4 . (Continued from Page 1) return. Another equipment dealer, J HlBgs, Jr., Little Rock, tcstlflc about a conversation with Gov. M> Math on campaign contributions. Others "To Gel More" Riggs sold McMath had told hi that, while his linn would get son .state business, other dealers won get more because (hey had been! active in the governor's political campaign. Uiggs said Me Math named James Malone of the Brown- M alone Co., Little Rock and H. A. Yputh of Ft, Smith, as two den Icrs who wou Id get more business. Thc third dealer was Oscar D. Old of Korn-Limerick, Inc.. Little Rock, a road machinery firm. He said that in the year ended June 30. 1049, hLs firm had sold $240.700 we r tli of equipment to the State Highway Department (hat was during thc ternrrof former Gov. Ben Laney. ' Business Shows l>rop In the year ended June 30, 1351. which included the first yctir of Gov. McMatli's term his business with the -state dropped to $13,800. Fletrher Lord, Little Rock District Manager lor Crow-Burling- a me Co., Inc., wholesale auto parts dealer, testified Purchasing Agent Brown informed him that hLs firm couUl expect little business with the state because il refused to contribute money to McMath's campaign Pvt. Charles E. Meadows, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl c. Shaneyfelt of Blytheville, Ls stationed with the 213th Field Artillery In Korea. Two other members of the family, Sgt. Billy D. Shaneyfelt ami Seaman Apprentice John E. Meadows, were home recently on leave. Sergeant first class Henry O. Shaneyfelt, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Shaneyfclt ol Hall Moon, h new stationed in Korea, with, thc '15th Charles J. Shelton, seaman apprentice, son of Mr, and Mrs, Clarence Laws, Rt. i, Lenchville, U currently stationed In Sasebo, Japan. Burial will be In the Armorel Cemetery with w. F. cobb Funeral Home in charge. He died Wednesday at his home two miles south of; Wilson. H<> is survived by his wife, Carolina White. * * * • George Askew, 78, Dies; Rites to Be Tomorrow Funeral services for George Agnew. 13, of 111? South Lilly, will he conducted at 11 a.*hi. tomorrow in the Home Funeral Home Chape] by Rev. Binny Wilburn. Burial will be in the Number Nine Cemetery. He died at his home Thursday Surviving are his wife, Alice Agnew; five daughters, Rosie Hill of Memphis. Clara Slaughter of Ens 1 St. Louis, 111.. Mannte Rogers o. Blytheville and Sadie Miller and Gracic Boyle of CnruthersviUe Mo,; and three sons. John Agnew of Memphis, Curtis Agnew of And erson, Tnd., and James Agnew 0 Caruthersville. Called to Grass Fires Blycheville's Fire Department answered alarms to grass fires at 423 South Second and 2212 Pcabody yeste rd ay. No property damage was reported from either five. Egyptians Hit At Port Said CAIRO, Egypt (;P) — Egyptian liierrillas shlted their attacks to J ort Said, northern terminus of the Suez Canal, last night for the first ime in the three-month Canal Zone crisis. No casualties were reported in a British communique describing fighting which broke out, the British said, after a British Methodist preacher and a British army captain were beaten up by "thugs." The communique flatly denied Egyptian newspaper reports that the British Cruiser Liverpool, which Is stationed in the Canal Zone, had shelled Port Said during the fight- MOX Phone 4621 Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat.-Sun. 1:00 Always a Double Feature Saturday Only! 'Stooge' Is Dead LOS ANGELES <!P>— Jerome Howard. 4li, one of (he "Three Stooges" of movie and vaudeville fame, died yesterday. Last Times Today "THUNDER IN GOD'S COUNTRY" Rex Allen Also Serial & Cornedv Saturday Midnite Show Starts 10:45 "HURRICANE ISLAND" Jon Hall • Marie Windsor Also Cartoon Billy R. Medley, son of Mr. find Mrs. Billy Medley, Rt. 1, Joiner, has bucn promoted to sergeant, rfe is serving with the 1th Infantry Division in Korea. Mrs. W. L. Hooper of Blytheville Rites to Be Tomorrow , For Anna Y. Rogers Services for Anna Young Rogers, 59. who died at her home in Promised Land Thursday, will be con- has been informed of the uromo- : cluctccl at 2 p _ m tomorrow in the tion cf her son. "John M. Hooper, to the rank of sergeant at Neah Bay. Wash., where he is stationed. He is leaving soon for duty in Germany. Mrs. Hooper nko has received information of the prcmo- tion of another son, Charles Hooper, who is stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C., to the rank of corporal. for ' renontlnfitiovt. Lord said thc company has n policy against making political contributions. a Morning Star Baptist Church by j Rev. S. A. Parker and Rev. Thorn-as Evans. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery with Home Funeral Home In charge. Survivors Include four daughters, Fun-iie Smith and Ethel Thomas of Blytheville, Roberta Hancock of Lansing, Mich., and Bernice Moore FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Staff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land Sunday & Monday "THE PRINCE WHO WAS A THIEF" Tony Curtis • Piper Laurie Color by Technicolor 2 Color Carloons RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday "TEXAS LAWMEN" Johnny Mack Brown Saturday Owl Show M'ARLENE" Hugh'nlcDermotl YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE NEW STAR FOR DOUGHBOYS—The Army's Combat Infantryman Badge now has a star added, as above, to indicate thnt the wearer has earned il for the second lime—in Korea in this instance. The blue and silver badge is given for satisfactory duty with an infantry regiment, or smaller unit, while thai unit is engaged in active combat. New regulations call lor adding a star for each badge earned after the initial award. TOXAPHENE $3 Per Gallon I now offer toxaphcne emulsion, six pounds technical per gallon at (he above price in ten drum lots, S3.15 per gallon in lessor lots, F. 0. li. Blylheville Warehouse, March 1st, daling. This is equal to S2.00 for four pound technical per gallon or 5-1.00 for eight pound technical per'gallon. These are the lowest prices ever quoted (ln loxnpheue emulsion in lilytheville. Call or write me if you are interested. nAI '». n. FOSTER, Dist. . . .;j34i3 Home 3153 Office in New lilythcviile Warehouse NO OTHER ORGANIZATION' IX BtATHEVIM.E IS AUTHORIZED TO OFFER TOXAPHENE TOR ME. SUNDAY & MONDAY Continuous Showing from 2 p.m. Sunday V \ Wtml Win k ThotMoU H«oWom« forever Loved ...ond •11 Sell it ... by using classified advertising in the COURIER! Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Sun.-Mon.-Tues. THE RACKET Robert Mitchum Lizabeiti Scott Warner News & Shorts NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration Your. Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 Saturday "CAPTIVE OF BILLY THE KID" All<m "Rocky" l,ane Saturday Ow! Show "F I V E" William Phipps Susan Douglas Sunday & Monday 'RICH, YOUNG and PRETTY" Jan« Powell Wendell Corey Tuesday "CRIMINAL LAWYER" Pat O'Brien Jane Wyatt

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