The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1952 · Page 3
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TOBK)AT, Arkansas News Briefs— Ice Plant Operator Set for Trial Despite Telegram from 'Agnes' By THB ASSOCIATED PKESS ARKANSAS CITY-Cccil Rice, 36-year-old Dumas, Ark ice plant operator was lo go on trial today on a charge that he killed his con;ely wife during a drinking spree. Rice is charged with first degree murder although his wife's body has not been found and there have been developments Indicating she might be alive. Rice was arrested Dec. 12 after telling officers that he thought he threw K-ycar-old Agnes Rice into the Mississippi River while drunk the night before. , * "feBram signed "Agnes" was sent to Bice from Dallas, Tex Saturday. The telegram read: "I dent want lo face people after ' Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton Open Hi 8 h Low Close Mftr «44 4251 4227 4251 MiJ J' 4216 4229 4229 4228 Jlll >' 4H8 4183 41SS 4183 O°t 3937 3937 3901 3925 •• Ag j; st r s^ gworth i)oiice saui " ipy rcceiv « i * tc — s *"«> "I am here In town." the sender ^"^ """ F< "\ Worth '° mcers ale »'» h °«« clues as to logon Finally Wins as Lawrence County Judge WALNUT RIDGE-Tom B. Logan \, ov can take his post as , Lawrence County Judge. A 17-mtmth controversy over that office apparently has ended. Cleo Moody, who opposed Logan In the 1950 Democratic primary yesterday dropped l,i s contest of the election. Hot Springs P o /ice Officers to fight Removal . HOT SPRINGS-TWO Hot Springs police officers plan to fight their .emoval from the force by the city civil Service Commission Police Chief DM Watkins refused to accept a demotion to rank of lieutenant and was removed from the force. Lt E W Roive was discharged outright. / < • "•> ' Methodist Evangelistic Mission in Full Swing LITTLE HOOK-Ito statewide Methodist United Evangelist!, Mission It in full swing In Arkajjsa* 1374 M"-^; T" Culter ' 4Xecutlve chalrman * ihe m ^<° n . «w 1,374 Joined the church as a result of the first day's services, Sunday. Ihe Missicm is being conducted by 267 ministers from Louisiana aided by Arkansas pastors In 278 co-operating churches. Retired Miner Freed of Manslaughter Charges FT . SMITH-Mmilcipal Judge Thom as c. Pitts yesterday dismissed. charges of voluntary manslaughter against a 72-year-old retired miner accused of slaying his son-in-law. _ O. K. MorrK teld the court he shot Jodi. Haralson, 31 Jan 13" "to pwt«t my d.ughter .nd her children.- Hot Spring* City But Fares Increased f RtNOS - C ' it " b "« *"» »ni Pay higher fare, tomorrow . *"*Z aPPr ° Vfid ^ th * Wty C ° UM " tat n * ht ' «°»> " r h r for " Mnu ' we " *'"• Th < -° «<" New Orleans Cotton O|ien Hlgli LOW Close Mar «41 4258 4233 4258 Ma V *224 4234 420S 4234 Jul >' 4180 4188 4168 41BS Oct - 3932 3932 3918 3932 Soybeans Dice*,. Op.n. «0tfc Convwtfot ^^^ = Leonard Ponder, father of Says 4,*an$ot May Get Defense P/ 0 nf, High Low Close Jan 304. 302'4 303 1 /. •March 297 295 297 M ?V 293U 281->i 293 Ju 'y 290)4 289 290',i New Yo/k Stoekf A T and T Ahier Tobacco Atlaconda Copper . . Beth Steel \ "/ ' Chrysler \\\\ Gen Electric \' t \\ 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 156 1-8 65 55 1-2 5,'i 1-2 70 3-8 59 1-2 51 3-4 61 3-4 21 1-8 36 1-4 71 1-2 43 3-4 24 1-2 39 7-8 33 1-2 83 60 58 1-4 41 1-3 64 3-4 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Negro Is Held For 3 Killings Suspect Arrested In CaruthersviEle MEMPHIS, Temi. w,_ A yomie «.f«!'°,, WM " PW toda5 ' "' connection witli three Tennessee slayings i,j. eluding the killing ol a white fkrn- *r with an axe. th?i? t; Atty- Qen ' Joh " Hclskcll said • rrf, £ r Was Orover Cultis Ric »- "idson, 33, arrested yesterday iji Caruthcrsville. Mo., by agents fro t!on .""" sce Bureau ot n'vcsiiBn- nteht lla i dS °" was ret "»«<l »<?>•<• last fmlrt i 0 " 8 Wlth U '° othcr «n«»en'" ed Negroes that Heiskell said 8S " iatcr '»l witnesses de tortured („ ln thev Riflrardson was arrested on a warrant charging ilim wllll mui . deril Ii-vm Bailey Morrisson, 69. slain w th a " a ,f »t "Is home In adjoining atone Count >'- Morrisson lived found Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Ill <AP)—USDA-Hogs 13.500; active uneven; weights iso IDS up to 15 to mostly 25 higher; lighter weights 25 to 15 higher; sows M to 50 high- . Cattle 3.500; calves 500; opening fairly active, demand Improved for all classes; early salt.? steers, heifers and cows firm; some steers slightly higher; commercial and good steers 30.00-32.25; lew utility and commercial heifers and mixed yearlings 25.00-30.00; utility and commercial cows 20.50-23.0o"; canners and cutters 15.50-20.50- vealej-s 1.00 higher. CONGRESS (Continued from Page i> see it that way. They joined In a statement by Minority Leader Martin of Mi_ssachusett» declaring the budget proved that "spending «nd more _;pending Is the only answer the President has for any problem, large or small." , The GOP fiscal spokesman In the Hotlse, Rep. Taber of New Yorfc, called for a cut of "at least" five billion In new appropriations. Senate Republican Ijnier Brid- res of New Hampshire oiled the budget "shocking" «nd said Congress must "squeeie the water and waste" out of it. DIXIE DOWNS (Continued from Page 1) standing of the corporntlon The commission said, following * closed door session, that the revocation was made on "failure of Dixie •S""£ "•=- *° make a satisfactory showing of financial conditions to build and operate" a track. Glenn Walther, Little Rock attorney for Dixie Do*™. 8Bid he would seek court action In Critten- clcn County to overrule the commission's revocation order Returns from Korea Opt. Wentfred Marrow, son of Mr and Mrs. W. M. Marrow of 427 East Davis Street, has arrived In the states alter serving about a year In Korea. He has been with the Marine Corps First Division. In World War II he was in the Navy for three years and served overseas about two and one-half years. Cpl. Marrow's wife 1 S living m L 1U i e ^0^ SAVI MOST—GET 100 TABlfT »OTUE 49. J* UBlfTS lit St.Joseph ASPIRIN FOR SALE! Calcium Ammonium 0i PER CENT NITROGEN For Information and Price Coll WEST MEMPHIS COTTON OIL MILL WEST MEMPHIS, ARK. Phor,. W «t Memphis, 84 ,,„„„« „ . . ^ n'.^MM !j!>tfcrc<1 tol! V wa ? a i H ° w Erave " ear hcie <av -e had been snot In the heart and abdomen. His wife was found dead orn * C co VP le>s 'our-rooni hou.se Sf/h S ?'f slle hfld with a red-liot poker. Attend B'nai B'rith Meet _ Board members of the Mississippi County and South Eastern Missouri Lodge ol B'nai B'rith were in Little Rock Sunday to attend the Arkansas B'nat B'rith Leaders meeting •R«P«MnlaUng the board were Ed Weiss, president: Dr M S Nlchol, past president; Hy'man Welnberg. past secretary and Dr Alfred Vise, chaplain. They are members of Temple Israel in Bly- thevllle. Italians Get Budget HOME UP) _ p r e m i cr AIcfae „ Gasperi asked Italians toduv to support the biggest national bud- net In their history - one which calls for extraordinary defense expenditures of 400 million dollars In tne next two fiscal years. Man has better eyesight than any other living creature of latin or sea. Alexander Heads Men's Club of Episcopal Church Joe Alexander, jr.. was • elected president of the Men's Club of St Stephen's Episcopal Church at a meeting of the group last night in Ihe Colonial Room of Hotel Noble lie succeeds Richard Becker who' hns served as president for the past two years, other officers elected last night were Dllnms Hcarnsberser, vice president, and H. B. Richardson, secretary. E R Mason was re-elected treasurer During the business session, plans lor Ihe coming year wcer discussed and Dr. Louis Hnbeiier told of plans lor the Red cress bloodmobile visit here Jan. 31. Bi-Portisan Plan Of Truman Said 'Pure Hypocrisy' BBL01T, Wis. W>,-President Truman's demands for a bi-parlisaii /cmgn policy, says Sen. Tart (R- Ohio) are "pure hypocrisy." Speaking last night on what he termed his presidential campaign "battle ground," Tall said that Mr Truman, since his re-election in 1913, hns "thrown any idea of a Ill-partisan foreign policy out the window." Taffs Initial major speech in his bid for Wisconsin's 30 delegates to the Republican presidential convention drew an enthusiastic crowd ol •1,660 lo the Rocky County Women's Republican club Lincoln Day dinner. Mother Slays Three Children KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya CAP) —A 30-year-olrJ Chinese woman killed three of her four children and then committed suicide by drowning, she threw all four children into the river at Kajang. One a girl, survived by clinging to shrubbery. , The woman's husband, »n assistant in a drug shop, said his wife had often begged him not to bring I home newspapers which carried news of international crises which might lead to World War III He said she was obsessed by fear the world was hending into war. she also had been suffering from headaches, i Obituaries Rites Tomorrow For John Shanks Services for John slianks of Bly- thevllle, who died at his home this morning., will be conducted tomorrow at 3 p. .111. )n cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev E c Brown, pastor ol First Baptist Church here. A native of Sikcston, Mo Mi- Shanks, 58, had lived here since he was a child. Mr. Shanks was a barber He leaves his wife. Mrs. Maudle Shanks; two sons. Charles shanks of Blj-lheville. and John Shanks of Hayti; four daughters, Mrs. Bill Rakestraw, Mrs. Bill Bo.well and Mrs. Gene Whittle, all of Blytheville, and Mrs. Lloyd Pord of Memphis; Ms mother, Mrs. a. A Sa,sse ol Blythevllle; and two brothers Joe Shanks and Ben Slianks, both ol Blytheville. Pallbearers will be Dewey Prewett. Curtis Mason. Homer Tinker Carl Sims, T. w. Webster, and JOE Miller. Burial will b« in Dogwood Cemetery. Delaney Decision Rests with Jury BOSTON </P, _ A 1-tderal Court jury of eleven men and one woman which will decide the guilt or Innocence of Denis W. Delaney. ousted Internal Revenue collector for Massachusetts, today awaited Instructions by Judge Charles E Wv- aanslti, jr. The Judge was expected to take ibout an hour Interpreting the law « its relation to th« case of De- PAGE THREE Vishinsky Plans To Leave UN Meet Tonight i , PAR J S W-Rm'lel Foreign Min- «ler Andrei y. VMilnsky loaves for Moscow fonlght 13 p.m. CST) ?.„ r"iV" B Part '" lbe £i>Ltl1 sra - A^mLly he UnH «' NflU °» S G —' "V v "' trHVel l>y. train and will go via Vienna and Prague. The 68-year-old diplomat has been here since the current Assembly sos- Rlon began Nov. o and has followed a strenuous program of work. The Assembly will not adjourn Until "«»-l" ™~' --- • • — - .. ^ - ••• - .\»*j his so- called peace proBrnm. The Asson'uly rejected nil points of hLs plan except proposals on atomic control U) the na ' r ' e " 1 '. whlcl1 were sent mission for study t*P"ty Foreign Minister Jacob laney. charged with falsely certifying satisfaction of tax lines and with accepting bribes, BUILDERS SUPPLY 1 / 2 Price Annual Wallpaper SALE Now in Progress! •^rr tend A i If you don't find us at home next Sunday, we'll be having dinner at the RAZORBACK. &3< 'ami lit HDDY KILOWATT WILLIE, ON FEB NTH WE CEIEBRATE EtxtON) eirwMN'. , AMONG OTHCRTHINGS HE INVENTED THE FIRST ELECTRIC UGHT Bute. . From Thomas A. fo Ruddy K ?- THE EtecrRic' L AMP MARKEOTKt 8€6INNIN(S 0* THE. £D!K>tJ EBA- THE A6 E OF EttCTUICITY-TAKE REODY HERE.... HE MAKES LIFE EASIER FOR. 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Packard's mighly Thunderbolt Engine is the world's hignest-compression eight! Packard's new Easamalic Power Brakes K ive you quicker, safer stops. • • Look at on* mar* tar. If you are going to spend S2500 for a car, then invest one hour in seeing how few dollars 0 '-,' llk " '° own * Packard. ike i Packard" means built to last! More Tlian 53% Of All Packard* 11:,ill Sine IS99 Are Still In lltcl W*iu rulfffjl tir** fttff. If **r««k«rJ Ullr.rn.ti, «ccls «!l Olhcr automatic drives in performance, safety, economy »nd dcprndibility. - **N. W l.i.m.tlt P. w . r Sr.k.i give faster, surer stops -require 40% less foot pro- sure. 29% l«5 time to apply! ,n- lin«il 1'ackard's Thunderbolt Engine, the highcst-comprM- ston eight, has up to 25% fewer working parts than engines of comparable power! ** P«cl,«rd'i iof«tr- ( |.i, area of 3,0(6',} square inches permits all-around vision. TIIK MAN WHO OWNS ONK , v w "•'•" >nd fresh exterior color combinations accent Packarci's smart, low lints. S«u arc «s wide u the or is high. * * l».r r F.ck.Ml c.r undtr- «oei /(,2S7 separate factory inspections. "Built like l Packard" means tttill lo /a/I/ ONIY PACKARD ' BRINGS YOU NEW . EASAMATIC POWER BRAKES FOR QUICKER, SAFER STOPS! ^ / MOTOR SALES COMPANY 217 Wttr Walnut Strut, Blythcville, Ark. A. Malik v,in head : the delegation after VlshmsKyi oepartura. FOR IMPROVED FUNCTION Subnoroul Iddncv lonclioo wu -im. prov»d, BlaJilcr Pain and dilcom- fori reduced in moat obi«rrcd ci>« after drink- mg Mounuin Va!ley W««r. D«Iicioa« — <Jeij,. «f«I righl 10 yo,. MHEHTY CASH OKOCKItV 601 West Main MOX Phone 4621 Show Sfarii Week<Ja yi 7:M Sit.-Sun. 1:90 Always a Double Feature Tuesday & Wednesday IHt iIO»T O> G.I.JOE «. MMlt /T[( i}lr«(j,j n> W1U1AM A. WUIMAN An loflt 1I4H Filw, •..!.*••.• -Plus— 'BARNYARD FOLLIES" Hill Billy PieUirt with Gilfiddie* Tuesday Rargain Nit. All Ticket*-l5e "MIGHTY JOEYOUNG' 'Wednesday ft Thursday" "WATCH THE BIRDIE" Red Skelion • Arlene Dahl RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Times Tonit* "THE RACKET" Robert Mitchum Liznheth Scott Warner News & Shorfs Wednesday & Thursday 'Yellow Fin ; Wayne Slorris Also News & Shorts 'Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Malineos Sat. & Sun. Phone 5S Tuesday "CRIMINAL LAWYER" I'at (Hi i-i en •Jane Wyall Wednesday & Thursday 'Excuse My Dust 7 Kcd Skellon Sally Forrest

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