The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 9, 1952 · Page 8
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I i PAGB BIGHT Allies Say W. Germany's High Priced Demands Retard 'Peace JUMP LEAD ALLIES SAY 3-36 .. Br BRACK CUKHY BONN, Germany (&) —Allied official* said today West Germany's high-priced demands for Joining Wntxrn defense will set back a pmc* settlement with the ex-enemy and stall plans for welding a«r niim Iroojw Into a six-nation Euro pean anuy. The nrlce includes an end to Al lied occupation, full sovereignty fo Germany, nn equal voice in Westeri strategic councils and freedom fo U. A. Students Admit Cheating; 'They Did It and They Are Glad 1 Ark. (&) — The University of Arkansas student oewsp9]>er, the Arkansas Traveler, Mys that 23 of 58 students Inter- Yiewed admitted cheating on recent final examinations. One student, the newspaper reported. Mid he stole between 10 and » testt from Instructors' desks In nighttime burglaries. He said he turned tht questions over to friends irtthout charge. This student—he wasn't Identified—related that to enter "Olrt Main" lie Jou'ered himself by » rone from the top floor to the window desired, the newspaper said. Most students said they did their cribbing In a less hazardous manner. They look notes to exainina- tlons or peered at papers of nearby students. Tlie article, signed by Bob Ro- iwrkon of the Traveler Staff, said most of the students who luliriil- ed cheating said they felt no guilt. "The general opinion was that everybody does It/ Robertson wrote Obituaries Rites Tomorrow For L. H. Williams OSCBOCiA — Sen-tew for L. H, (Lees) Williams, 77, of Spar tan- burg, 8. O.. will be conducted at 1:30 pjn. tomorrow In the Citizens Tunargl Home Chapel in West Memphk. Burial will be in the Crit- tendcn County Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Williams, a former resident of ICulssippl Comity and brother at Mrs. John White, Sr., of Os- oeota, died »t his home In Spartanburg yesterday. Mr. Williams aJso was a brother of the 1st* J. Lan Williams and farmed in Mississippi County from 1930 to 1944. He Ic aleo survived by four daughters. Miss Helen William.; and MU» Eva Williams both of West Memphis, Miss Margaret Williams of Benton and Mrs. E. E. Gentry of Spartanburg; and one son, John L. Williams of Los Angeles. :Actlve pallbearers will be Bob Oillespie, Frank Williams, Bruce Ivy, Godfrey White, Jap White and Searey Mean. In the last five years more than 410 million dollars has been In- Tested In expanding Australian manufacturing Industries. STASSEN (Continued from Page 1) not planned to enter. The Ohioan'fi supporters accuse Stassen of being an Eisenhower stalking horse and heading a stop-Tart drive—both of which he denies. Elsenhower backers are sore at Stassen for leaving Ills name In the March 11 New Hampshire primary, where they figure he Is likely to cut Into the vote for the general and thus help. Taft. But Stnsseji, a young man who feels he has a mission to rebuild the Republican party along whnt he calls more progressive lines, goM determinedly on his wny (is though he expected to have the presidential nomination within his grasp at the Chicago convention. Prom what he says himself, Stassen's whole campaign is based primarily on 1. the assumption Eisenhower wcn'l return from Europe and thus won't get the nomination, 2. the possibility he can demonstrate popularity in primary contests and 3. 'the evident hope he can c- merge FIS n compromise candidate. The former Minnesota governor's strength docs not now appear widespread. man/ German war criminals. Approval Conditioned The restive parties In chancellor Konrnd Adenauer's government hung these conditions on their approval last night of Adenauer's proposal to recruit 300,000 to 400,000 troops for Western defense. The Bundestag (Lower House) agreed to K. by the slim margin of 204 to 156. The vote was taken only on fhe principle of the proposal and docs not mean immediate conscription of soldiers. That can come only after Germany agrees to a peace settlement, Joins the European army it has been negotiating over, and votes formal ratification of a defense bill ordering formation of troops and raising the money for defense. Socialists Fight Plan The powerful socialists fotiKht the army plan tooth and nail. The conditions themselves were sponsored )y the parties in Adenauer's coall- .lon, not by the op|X>sition. Allied offlctals agreed the demands called for the Big Three (o re-assess their policy toward Weft- em Germany. Already they were debating what concessions tlicv night moke to help Adenauer win final ratification of his rearmament 7lQ[15. Finance Official Called U. S. High Commissioner John J. IcCloy called in German Finance illnlstcr Fritz Schaeffcr today for a conference, an Indication the United States may be taking up the neamng of the new conditions nt snce. Schaeffer Is Germany's chic! negotiator on the disputed question 3f how much money West Ge'.many hould chip in to pay for defense. BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS H*Wt Commodity And Stock Markets- DefendantsAsk Proof of State's Right to Money By the Auoclatcd Preu LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Atty. Gen. Ike Murry should be required to prove that 12.961 involved In the Indian Bay road fund suit belongs to the state, the defendants say. An assertion that the burden of proof was on Murry was contained In the latest pleading filed fn Pulaski circuit Court on behalf of Highway Commissioner Charles Adams of Hughes and Henry Woods, Gov. McMath's executive secretary. The pleading added that, If the money doesn't belong to the state. It is none of Murry's "concern to whom 11 may belong." Police Probe Urged NORTH LITTLE ROCK—Mayor Ross Lawlion wants to make a "sweeping Investigation" o! tiie North Little Hock Civil Service Commission and the Police de- pnrtjiicnt. He asked the City Council yesterday to appropriate $2,500 to hire Investigators and said "confusion and unrest becnu.se of Charges and counter-charges between employes are creating an Intolerable condition . . . ." Phone Loans Expected LITTLE ROCK — Public service Commissioner John R. Thompson says that the first government loans for Arkansas Telephone Co-ops are expected within the next two weeks. far. lay uly Oct. . York Cotton Open High 4152 4152 4096 4068 4010 4012 3738 3138 Low Close 4100 4100 4037 3950 3710 4045 3058 3712 New Orleans Cotton lar. toy uly Oct. Open High .. 4140 4140 .. 4000 41100 .. 3907 4:05 .. 3720 .3131 Low Close 4100 4100 4031 4031 3350 3950 3705 3710 Soybeans Well. lay . inly Sep. , High 20C >1 289'.i 285',1 278'.i Low 286 28BVi 284 ',4 277'A 11:30 296 !i 288-)l 2B1',i 211 Yi New York Stocks Ford w« d««ed for be, -role as one of |h. "Luacoiu ases" at he l_ L.UF Lincoln Day box uacoiu supper in Washington. T and T 156 3-8 \nier Tobacco 62 Umconda Copper 52 Beth Steel 51 1-B Chrysler 71 3.4 Coca-Cola --. . 10G Gen ETIeetf Ic 51 3-8 Gen Motors 52 3-4 Montgomery Ward fi-1 1-4 H Y Central 191-4 Int Harvester 34 7-5 J C Penney 72 Republic steel 43 Rncilo 25 5-8 Sucnny Vacuum 38 1-4 Studcbakcr 333-8 Standard of N J 80 1-2 Texas Corp 58 7-8 Sears 55 3-4 U S Steel 30 7-8 Sou Pac 63 7-8 War Maneuvers Opened in East CAMP DRUM. N. Y. (AP)—"Aggressor" and "defender" forces [<m- iiccl out In full battle nrrny over this Northern New York reservation today os "Exercise Snowfall" moved Into It* climatic "Ii;ll-scale war" phase. The scven-tlay "bottle" opened at midnight. However, movements of the 5.000 attackers nnd 25.000 defenders were shrouded In slmualed toctical secrecy. Two Inches of newly fallen snow Iny on the Iron-hurt! ground of the COO-sQiiare-mile bailie area. FOR SALE! Calcium Ammonium N itrate 11 • *J I W li PER CENT NITROGEN For information and Pric«, Cull I WEST MEMPHIS COTTON OIL MILL, WEST MEMPHIS, ARK. ' Phone West Mempnls, 84 - Phone Memphis, 5-4040 Newark Man Is Held CHICAGO — A Newark, Ark., man has lieen held to the Grand Jury in connection wiUi a robbery which was followed by a (alal BllOOtilig. Bond for Clarence Dusger, 35, was fixed nt 520,000 after ,1 hearing yesterday. DriBser was arrested Jan. 10 after a chaie during which a wo- an shopper was accidentally shot niul killed by a policeman. Hughes Man Is Elected MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Bert C. Pouncey Jr.. of Hughes. Ark., was re-elected national commodore of thfi Coast Guard Auxiliary nt tlic group's national conference here yesterday. Oil Firms Seek Lease LITTLE ROCK—The Arkansas Gazette snid today that several mnjor oil companies arc makini; a major effort to lease property in the Arkansas River Vnlfey "SOLOMON'S SEAL" —This is a replica of the seal of King Solomon's signet ring, according to Dean Israel H. Noe, Episcopal minister at Memphis, Tenn. Noe says he re-created the design ol 'the lost ring by research and by telepathy Inlo the "universal subconsciousness." The replica seal, about the size of a silver dollar, is valued at nearly $5000. SATURDAY, FKBKUARY 9, 1953 i<.-,nh' n iV~ '•—i orJLY SO-SO — Sewing expert Ann Necchi teaches Die wonders a the sewing machine (o more artrslrc subjects of embroidery and SWEETEST TOWN—Candy and cake «-ere the building materials Mrs. Emmanuel Trinklcin of Frnnkemmilb. Mich, used It build tnis tiny town. Roofs are shinned with cookies, nutraeais, candy and frosting. Mrs Trinklcin built the mouth-watering display for use in a church program. Returns from Meeting CSCEOLA — Godfrey While of Csceola returned home hist night from Atlanta, Ga., where he was a speaker nt the southern weed control conference. Mr. White spoke on chemical weed and grass control in cotton. In the last 100 years water re- lesscd from melling glaciers and ice sheets has raised sea level about 2',j inches all over the world. from the Oklahoma border to the Pulaski county line. Attention, Dealers: Fnirliiiutts, Morse and Co. has an exclusive dealer franchise available in Blythcville for reputable concern with good credit rating. This franchise includes nationally advertised water systems and farm and home appliances. For complete information write Fairbanks, Morse & Co, 676 Jefferson Ave. Memphis, Term. BLYIHtVILLES ONLY ALL VVH1TF THFATDF Phone .1621 Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Sat. Sun. 1:00 p.m. ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE SATURDAY ONLY Cartoon & Sir Gallihad Serial Saturday Ow) Show Starts 11:30 ' OTSKlf f): ^ V* S?A»r*N PRODUCTION jS \ ^VINCENT, PEICE^ j —PLUS— "Hollywood Barndance" with Ernest Tubh Gllfkldles 4 Square nancrs. Also Cartoon & Shorts Serial: "Pirates of the High Seas" J Always a Doubl* Feature at rhe MOX RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday "STAGE TO BLUE RIVER" Whip Wilson Saturday Owl Show "SKY HIGH" Sid Mellon • Mara Lynn SUN.-MON.-TUES. Saturday "LAW OF THE PANHANDLE" Johnny Mack Brown Also Serial & Comedy Saturday Midnight Show Starts 10:45 "OUTSIDE THE WALL" Richard Basthart Marilynn Maxwell Sunday & Monday "BED TIME FOR BONZO" Ronald Reagan Diana Lynn Also 2 Color Cartoons Animal Kingdom: Mice Grow Question-Mark Tails in Florida WASHINGTON. (If)— Something new In the animal kingdom: mice with question-mark tails and a cow that had delayed-action twins. They were reported today by the American Genetic Association In its Journal of Heredity. Th« bossy having the delayed- action twins hails from Laurel. Mo. She gave birth to one calf on a fine day In May, 1948, and then 23 days later bore a second one. "Twins!" ruled husbanrirymen of the Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station, though they said they were not identical. The researchers combed husbandry records, found It is "rather unusual for normal' calf twins to be bom more than a few days apart," and concluded it was a fancy case of "delayed twinning." The saga of the house mice .sporting the "hooked (ails" was reported by a Sarasota, Pla., geneticist. They are laboratory characters whose whacky lails are due to a genetic "mutation"—that Is, an alteration in a cellular gene passed on to the first, hooker from one of ' ': parents. NATO Group Okays Budgets PARIS (AP)—A temporary council of the North Atlantic Treaty organization last night announced unanimous approval of 1932 military budgets of all 12 NATO members. It indicated Canada and Belgium have settled protests that thev were being asked to spend too much. Guaranteed Watch Repair ti, S 3.50 your watch is disassembled, cleaned, pivots polished and | hair springs adjusted. 3 Day Service Thompson Credit Jeweler • I Next door to Wade Furniture The forebears of the new rac« were a couple of piebald mice hav Ing normal, straight (ails. Since then, mice having tails in many variations of a fishhook shape have popped up all around the lab. And, geneticists here say, there's every reason to conclude that such hookers exist among mice who are footloose and fancy free |n th« world at large. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 Saturday 'LAW OF THE LASH" Lash LaRue Saturday Owl Show "MSDNIGHT FROLIC" Sunday & Monday "WILD BLUE YONDER" Vera Ralston Wendell Corey Tuesday "Fugitive Lody" Jam's Page • Tony Curtis GEM THEATER "Oseeola't Finest" SUNDAY & MONDAY A Love Story That Pulls No Punches! Paramount presents ELEANOfi ""'" tLtmun nriLWn DOUGLAS PARKER BENDIX «. WILLIAM WYLER'S s«;» rrmucii «* "OBIRT wvi.cn UlAJWU i, M ,^,»»SIDNEYKIMSltY "I'm sorry. Jim I never said I was a saint!" YOUR FRIENDIY THEATRE SUNDAY & MONDAY Continuous Showing from 2 p.m. Sunday Joan LESLIE • Eden DREW Alexander KNOX

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