The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1951 · Page 5
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THURSDAY JULY 2*, 1951 BLTTKEVTLLE, (ARK.V COURIER KEWg rrvi UN Negotiators 'Got What They Sought' in Korea But Officials Remain Only Mildly Optimistic '$' About an Armistice Auto, Cultivator •liton Highway No injuries resulted but a 1950 Julck was damaged yesterday after- lopn when It struck a cultivator }einp towed by a tractor on U. S lighway 61, several miles south of Hayti!. Driver of the car was Edwin Weedman, Blyiheville. who was en route to St, ixiuls with Bryce Layson, w, H. Pease and Harry A Raines. The tractor, driven by a Negro employe of the J. O. Rankin estate and the car were both northbound The car struck the cultivator white attempting to pass as the tractoi pparently prepared to make a rieh turn, UN »y JOHN* M. HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON, July 26 t&> -- Militarj' and diplomatic officia! here consider that United Nation. negotiators got everything thej sought In the first round of the Korean armi/tice talks withou making any concessions on vita Issues. In foot tt was the Communist who gave bround by backing down twice from positions they had. ta ken. Yet despite these Initial successes responsible officials here are onl mildly optomistic about the chance that the negotiators win actually produce an armistice. Many difficult problems remain (o be solved !n the round now starting. Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway's announcement of the agreement on an agenda noted there are numerous j basic points cm which there i* ;; P rc- sently wide diversion of VICTS be- lvor |j war -. tween Ihe Reds and the UN com- ' n ' Commulllst , maud. Thar- cautionary not^ is fully endorsed here by oilicials familiar with aU the problems facing the negotiators. Some authorities believe it may be as much as a month before the ^gotiations are concluded, and said *niust still be determined how Yarbro 4-H Girl * Song Leader At State Camp Jo Alyce MoGuir* 1 , one of Mississippi County's 29 Four-H Club members attending the organJza- ion's annual Stai« Camp for Lead- •rs In Fayetteville, was elected song leautr for the camp. The week-long meeting is being held on Ihe campu*. of the University of Arkansas. Miss McGulre is from Yarbro. Bobby Grayson of Nevada Coun- j ty was elected president of the Club Council. Di.strict vice-president, are: northeast, Sue Wsdley n( Greene County; southwest, Lawrence Taylor o! Lafayette County; Germany, Holland Have Ended War BONN, Germany, July K. t&i — The stat« of war between Germany and The Netherlands' wiw formally ended today, Ihe German Foreign Office announced The Dutch ambassador to Bonn. Vice-Admiral J. M. DC Booy today handed to the German Foreign Office a special decree by the Queen of the Netherlands, Obituaries CEASE-FIRE (Continued from 9,705 Active TB Cases in State in '50, Wyatt Tells Missco Seal Drive Heads There wore 9,705 active ca.sp.s of tuberculosis in Arkansas during Drive to 25 j?ue.>ts. Other .statistics revealed by Mr, Former Resident Of Leachville Commits Suicide A former LearVivlile woman. Mrs. Irene Lockp Hi IE he s, 21, who was serving B life smli'ticr in the Mississippi stale prison for the murdrr, ol her husband, hanceii Iwsett inj in * Christmas Sftal chairmen of the her cell at Ihe prison Monday niqhtj Bounty and guests. Mrs, Hughes, atrnrrting to prison! M™- C. O- Redman and Mrs olicials used a prcro of clectrira! i Piancrs Ganirnill were hnstpssp.s ,il >ippi Ccunty during 1930, he con- Mrs. Verna Hyde Dies; Services To Be Tomorrow Funeral yerviccfi for Mrs, Verna Hoi'tense Hydr, who died suddenly of a heart attack yestordny morn-1 \\-ifp 10 hang lier>el[ In the bath-! tho Redman home on Country CJuta i tinned, -s-iih 82 primary and 19a<), William WyaU, president of \ WyaU were GOO reported deaths Ih« Mississippi County Tuberculosis ! ciin-ing IfioQ due Ho tuberculosis, 1563 Ajttoriaiior .said yesterday at, a 1 nrw naspi reported in 1950. The and party hoinr- i draUi ra'e in Arkansas is 31.1 per 100,01)0.' Mr. Wyatt said, and thft national rate is 26.1. There were 81 suspects in Mtesls- * m5inPiW FIELD . Eusene Morris of L . n . j "JUmatid they th:nk all prisoners 5)l( , ° ' vnr sl '" u "' ° e < ™ (Continued from Page purposes ol the attack was to brea down—through such a failure—any possibility of effective U.N- action against apgression in the future." He added: "The U.N. elected lo art now rather than to drift, passively once more down the fatal trail of failure to oppose aggression which learis finally to total war. Thousands ~; men have therefore sacrificed th^ir lives in Korea to the end that mil- ives in a i'ke Coini'.y: anci northwest. Belly Sue Nowland ol Sebastian County, The officers will be installed at a special service loniEht. St. Lawrece Seaway Project Is Killed Again Noting that. Communist propa- 2anda ha* sought to represent the igh a price the Re'.is are willing to pay in what Washington considers "real concessions" in order to end the fiehtine. The two most serious problems now foreseen here are those having to do with the mapping out- of a buffer I'one between the Communist and U.N, armies, and with the arrangements for supervision, or enforcement, of an armistice once it IE established, The agreement on HP agenda was possibly only because the R^ds abandoned yesterday their previously Insistent demand for an agreement, prior to an armistice, on removal of all foreign troops from Korea. That broke the weeklong deadlock of the Kaesong meetings. The price the United Natiows paid for this apparently is covered in point five of the agenda. The point provides that, the m.-°otialors can later make recommendations to the governments on both sides. United States' part in the Korean war as "imperialism", Mr. Truman j said: "Our action was not dictated by any American material interest here. We neither nought nor do we srek any snfcinl position or privil- WASHINGTON. July 26 f/Pi — of i Legislation to authorize the St. Lawrence Seaway and power project -Aas killed today by the House Public Works Committee. The action was taken by a 15 to 12 roll call vote of the 27-member committee on a motion hv The UN. has somr Ifi3,00n prisoners compnrert to about 10,000 Allied prisoners hrld by the Red?. Fifth J'nint Reds Ansuer The fifth point presumably is HIP Communisl-.supeeste.-i answrr to the big stumbling hicck in the first ten rear^e-fire sessions inc. will be conducted at 10 a.m. to-t room of the prison cell she shared' morrow In the Holt Funeral Homdviih three other women, Chappl wilh the Rev. George L. Me-! T ne woman pn.'onn- once before Gi-.Ghpy ofifciatinp. I ]lR( i attempted suicide by slashing Mrs. Hyde, 31. has lived in flly- her wrists, prison official*; snid. thevitlp for several years and was Mrs. Hughes last January escaped ; co-owner of ihe Charlcy-Korten?e : ( [O m ihe prison and cave liriself up (Continued from Pa?e 11 Beauty Shop here. Relatives. sa:ri fo BIytheville police after 36 hours riiri not feel well ycslmlay, o j freedom. ; Dnphicll Hammctt and W. Alphaeus j ; mormnc and riidn'i co to wor!<.' ^j ie \ vas spntrtircd in AmlUv Hiinlon, Reert. in a division an, About 10 A.m. she suffered a heart '• County, Miss., in Dcrembnr Ifl-lt) for nrnmced hy the romt, said (he New! ; attack and died at ner home at 4!A! poisoning ]\rr lui-haiul, TilniadKH . Vork Di.smrt Court hart jurisdic- • East, Ash St. shortly after a doctor, Huphes. Stir was buried in the pri:,-. 'ion and lliat conviction of the arrived. i on cetnetei v. She leaves her husband, Malcolm, I_ cases reported and 29 deaths listed. Mrs Rerimar. displayed photo- Tr-'phs of the educational exhibit- from Ihis county that was featured at both the National Conference in Cincinnati and a slate meeting in j Birmingham, Ala . recently. Mrs Williard Pease, Mrs. H, C. Rush and Mrs William Wyatt as- the hostesses. was the lha armistice teirm include uUhrtravial of all foreign troops from Korea, The U.N. insisted this was a political question tlv.it could be taken up only at a hie nor level aflrr an armistice was actually in cEfect. North Korean Gen. N;mi II, ctn*-f Reri rieleaatc. presumably pre^eia- cci the Rod solution yesterday. A\;>] it was accepted by the Allirs today Informed sources indicated i G. Hyde; tier parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1 :M. L, Nichols of Birthpy-iiie; nne American Aoibussador woihpr. Ullce Nirhols of Rlythe-' , , . . I villp; one sister. Mrs. Lena Felts of, I* to L.CC1VC MOSCOW Pickett (D-Tcxi U> table the bill. '' Communists rlroppro tncir clemaiui Pailbrnrerf; «'ill be E M. Johnson. MOSCOW, June 2fi. fAPi—Adm. Billy Bonne, Fnrrest Slanfill. H firry Alan Kirk. II. S. Ambassador here. Fisher. Bill Knuiinmonth, and J. : Is slaletl 1o leave Morrow in early P. While. ! autinnn and the riiplmnatir colony Burial will be in Memorial P,uk is M>rculatmc tin his, sucrrs>or. The with Holt FuuerKl Home In charge. !""''•' Mime inniMnupd thus far is E] [thai of Ralph flunche, the Nobel carler. v-ho server! R< spfretflry- I Poace Pri/p ^•mnpr^ . JCPHPIB! of the !RP [or ^ime 16 | ypurp., (e.;riflt'ri Field had cnnt.ribut- Griftin officlatinK iU : crt "arotitid ffin.onO" lo the infinite. Field was national =e<:reTary of the IRP for many yeaI's and is a former member of the Itis'nntp'? execulive con] mitt PP. McCnrran ftiiii. The IRP. formed In the l!X20's, says its aim is to do research on Pacific rein lions qup.slions. In ve.stci day's oprnina fp.ssiort, Field was de5<:riheri by Fd^ard C, Carter of Neiv York, an IRP tru^'oe. nnc-iime "sugar rinddy" of ese in Keren. CK;r action in the Members of the ccmmitiee plained today's vote mcajis i for immediate of the measure eajmot again be bronchi before Ihe committee utiless two- third.s of the membership so vnics (.r unle?5 unanimous consent is obtained. ! sue in return for a U.N. pledge that the jit would be taken up later. Precise wording of this ' recommendation would, presumably, bt ; worked out at Kaeson?. ' Agrre in Nine iMiniitc^ ! Aetecmcnt on the five-point Robert L. Elrod, ! Bassett Resident 70 Years, Dies Services [nr Robert L. Elrod o! funeral services. He was 26. Mr. Sanders and another truck j rltivcr. Lee Ociis Pe»Pr?on. also of j Delt, were killed Tuesday when their truck Lmrned. He Is survived hy his wife. Mrs. will he conducted at the, Pauline Slniney Sanders: two) ( Presbyterian Church at ^daughters, Billie'Sue Sisndrrs and i RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Miilinees S:it. & Sun. I'h. SS Accident Case Goes to Jury ?• The hearing of testimony -was completed this morning in the Circuit Court case of Marie Kennett vs. Gull Refininz Company and Judge Charles Light and the attorneys were preparing the. instructions to the jury at noon. A decision in the case, which grew out of an automobile, accident more than a year ago. is expected this aitcrnoon. The Kcnuett family Is askin? 852,500 for damages said to have been suffered in a collision with a Gill" Refining Company truck. I wa= convinced then, and I am convinced now, trial to have Ignored the appeal of Korea for aid. to have stood aside from the assault upon the charter, would have meanl the end of the U.N as a shield against aggression." Mr. Truman said. "It might have meant the end of any possibility that collective security could be made to v.ork." Covering U.N. developments up to Dec. 31, the report and the president's letter bore no reference to the irrunt efforts to work out an arm- stice in Korea. Mr. Truman said that "Amc'.iran iehtitig men have rarely in all our history struck more important >lows tor human freedom and wel- nre." He also paid a tribute to the fightmr men of 15 olhrr countries taking part in, the Korea struggle. Death Penalty : -Proposed For Sale of Narcotics WASHINGTON. July 26. (API- Sale of narcotics to any person under 21 years of age would be punishable by death under legislation proposed iodnj- by Rep. Belcher (R- Okla). Belcher paid in a statement ihat he felt this is the only way lo stop Ihe sale of narcotic drugs to young persons. The bill would fix a minimum penalty of 15 years imprisonment, Owner Reports Theft of Auto Tliursrlav in Korea may be realized as .*«.•« .is j setl (or lhe i rasl ™ >'"«• possible." i He leaves his witr, ro whom he! of arranecnifMHs. Thev disposed of the first point ! had been married lor 65 years. Mrs. I immediately by approving the acen- j Elizabeth McFatridgfi Elrod: three! C-s-vJ- — e da. That, left the four big punts to] ?l1 ^- Hobson Kirori of Bnssett. Elvhi •?€ TV Itv5 For Mrs. be ironeri out before the orrier to [ Plrod ol Le^anU). anrt Walter Elrod Eugene Hood. 214 East Missouri ^top the shooting Is issued. ; ft Maiden. Mo.: one daughter. Mi* I Jtreet. reported to police la?t nishtl "Tt is much t^no early."' Ridsway's : B. n. Cir-scll of Basselt; and 34- that, his lilod Oldsmobsle sedan TV.TS I headquarters said. "In predict pith- | erandchtlctren and 51 sreat-grand-1 Service,? for Mr? Cas-sle Tommle stolcti Ironi i(* parkins place in the' 300 block on West Main Street. Mr, Hood told police ht= had p.irk- :d his car there onlv B fc'.v minute; last night but when he returned u! was pone, is the second car to be stolen in Blyibevilte ^n the past week, .Saturday night, a Iflijt) Hudson \va? stolen from in from of I he Silver Slipper Night Club on Enst- Main Street. No trace of it has been Ghost Chasers Leo Gorcey & The Bnwcry Roys rr nr lhe success or Ihe rate of pro-! children. - I Collins of Blytheville will be con- j •p^r, tn be obtained." Roriiil wtU be in Bar-sett Cemetery I dueled at 10 a m tomorrow at Cobb i T.ierc is a hint of how long it may j with Emerson Funeral Home "f j Funeral Home with the Rev. P. H.I JernJgan officiatine. | 'Hie Tl-year-nld hou^ewifp died ! Tuesday In a Little Rork hospital.! She had been ill about three years, j She had lived In Blythevllle for : about SO years. j Shp leaves i^'o sisters. Mrs. A. H, j Andre and Mrs. Effie Carter, both; 10. take in examHing what has hap-i Jonesbnro in charge, since negotiations began Jutyj Ten meetings have been held, lasting 22 12 hours. In those ten session? ihey asrepd on an aetcnda. "There are numerous basic points uithin the framework of the ngen-j walker Cleveland Sanders of Dell, Rites Conducted For Fire Victim da on \v hirh agreement must be victim ot a truck accident near Gray | of Memphis— I cautioned, "and on ^hi^h there ]•> Read Courier News Classified Ads. presently wine diversion of views. 1 reached," Riii»ways announr.rjnent j Sumrntti Mo ,. was burled in Dog-I Burial will be in Maple Grove Friday & Saturday "West of Rainbow's End" Tim McCoy Also Serial & Cartoon Thursday 'Air Cadet Stephen Mi-Nally Gail Russell rr Friday "Down in Arkansas" Weaver Brns. A Elvirv Saturday 'Bononza Town' Charles Starrett with i.hc draih lvoor ] cemclery yesterday with the Polio Up 30 Per Cent WASHINGTON. July 2€. , i API- Polio increased about 30 p«v cent i last week, the public health service i said today. i During the Veek, 113 new WSES were reported, compared with 392 in the preceding wtek, and 802 in the j corresponding week a ysar aeo. REPAIR SERVICE All appliances: refrigerator*, freezers, ranges, anri waslier*. Radios and 'small appliances* All nor worX ts iniaranteed. Adams Appliance Co. SKYLINE I'/j .Miles North of Blyiheville on Highway 61 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT NOTICE! New Name Contest Winner To Be Prcsnted With $50 Bond TONIGHT!, Be Present! Be the First to Know the New Name of the Skyline Drive-In! EXTRA! Mosquitoes Are Being Killed by the Thousands \Ve are removing our screen doors! We are. spraying daily to kill these pesty mosquitoes and hugs, and are doing a good job of it. Our customers tell us they just don't find mosquitoes any more out at our Starrue Drive-In. Now you can really enjoy the movies out in the fresh ^ir. KIDDIE ELECTRIC CARS Yes. Sir! Kiddies, the electric cars are here. They are on our spacious playground and in operation. Come nut and ride FREE! Bring your friends, enjoy yourselves. Thursday & Friday — 2 Big Hitj Showing Tonight & Friday IT'S ALL ABOUT AIRLINE STEWARDESSES! 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