The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 8, 1952 · Page 10
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PAG1 TEN Sabre Jets Get 8 MIG's Without Being Hurt in Air Battles this Week BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! 6DOUL, Korea (Jfi — American Sabre jets knocXed eight Communist MIQ-15S out of North Korean skies In the past week with no loss to themselves, the U.S. Fifth Air Force said today. But the Air Force, in its weekly Commodity And Stock Markets— Soybeans Men. May , July . Sefr . High . 298'i . 293'4 . 28814 . 281 Low 200 291 X 2m ',i 280% 11:30 298 Vi 233'.i 2B8U 281 New York Stocks A T and T J5« Amer Tobacco 5734 Anaconda, Copper 4:1 1-2 Beth Steel 50 Chrysler TO 1-1 Coca-Cola 1011-2 Gen. Electric 5C 1-8 Gen. Motors 337-8 Montgomery Ward Gl 7-3 N Y Central 203-8 Int. Harvester 33 7-8 J C Penney 68 Hepubllc Sleel tl 1-2 Radio 20 1-8 Socony Vacuum 385-8 Studebaker 3<t Standard of N J 77 1-4 Texas Corp. 55 Scars 5! U S Steel 39 Sou Pac 64 3-8 summary, said nine U.N. warplancs \vere lost during the period March 1-8. Red ground fire accounted lor five, a mechanical difficulty caused one to eras)], and Oirce failed to return for unknoivn causes. In air-to-air bailies the swift Sabre jets also probably destroyed another MIB and damaged clKlil. Clouds obscured licet targets In North Korea Saturday. Hy noon only a few United Nations weather reconnaissance i>!aiir-s were aloft Ground action «'».s suDlJjirJy light after a flurry at Communist probing attacks on the Eiutern Front Friday. Most of the probing attacks h i t Hie U. S. First Marine Division. The Leathernecks threw them all back. Elsewhere along the ualtlefront only minor patrol clashes broke the quiet. The weekly Air Force summary said fighters and bombers flew 4.500 sorties during the; M'C'ek ended Friday. Pilots claimed 235 Red troops killed, 21 locomotives and 180 boxcars destroyed or damaged, seven Ited tanks destroyed and three damaged. J5-a> lij;li(, bombers attacked three Red trains Friday niRlit. Snow flurries prevented observation oi results. In other night attacks, B-29 Su- perforts clumped 90 Ions of bombs on the Wadong rail bridge west of Yanydok. American naval pilots rnared off the decks of carriers AiHJetam and Valley Forjjc Friday and cut raits in 215 places, Surface vessels pounded IU-d lar Bets on boll: coasts. Obituaries TRUMAN (Continued from Pnge 1) porters wil fight for drastic cuts. At least ontivardJy, he appears unconcerned over the outcome of the March 11 Dcmocrnttc presidential primary in New Hampshire in vhlch he Is entered. Sen. Kefauvcr ot Tennessee Is stumping tlie state for Democratic •votes. The President is leaving his campaign to supporters who en- tared him in the primary without hts saying so. The President is "taking It easy" down here. He brought nlony his Jouct sports shirts nnii swimming trunks In the expectation of spending most of his mornings In the sunshine. He hn« brought Hlong Charles 3. Murphy, his special counsel and chief speech writer to work on the Washington address nnd to follow through on legislative problems at Washington. Thte IB Truman'« llth trip to Key West stnce he beoBme president. Rites Conducted For G. Z. Taylor Services for O. Z. Taylor, who died at the home of his son, John \V. Taylor, here Thursday, were conducted at 2 p.m. today at Clear Lnke Baptist Church by the Rev. L. G. Scott, assisted by the Rev. J. E. Cox. pastor. Burial was In Sawyer Cemetery with Cobb Funeral Home In charge. A farmer. Mr. Taylor had resided In Mississippi County for 58 years. Pallbearers were Cecil Buiin. Ray Hayncs, Tnlmmlge Garni. Jim A. Ilnynes. Dan Heard and A1 b e r Haynes. Civil Defense Mapped SINGAPORE MV— Lessons learned during the Japanese attack on Singapore In 1911-12 are to be In- orporatcd In new civil defense :hemes being mapped out here. Evacuation of the civil popula- lon from congested areas will be me of the main features of Ihe cheme If n war came. Training of State, Federal Office Ballot Feet Boosted LITTLE ROCK M>) — Ballot fees for candidates for state and federal offices have been increased by the Arkansas Democratic State Committee. In laking the action yesterday. the committee said U was designed to more nearly equalize the cost of holding primary elections in (ho state's 7s counties, candidates will bear a greater share of the cost under the new system. Under the new fee schedule, one figure was set In case of an unopposed candidate. Hut this figuro was halved for each candidate if .as many us two should enter ;he race. There was no further reduction lor succeeding candidates. . :ivil defense instructors is now i full swine at Singapore's Icfcnsc school. BAMBOO CURTAIN— This Impressive "vail of tlcalh," formed bv n guards a French army post near Hno-Binh, Indo-Chino, again™ nieht a rillns. A speeialty of Ihe Red Viot Minh forees Is to s trW*,t nigh? on . disappear into the hills or jungles before dawn. r « «< k, i, mmf, !^ ' ^Uagef "."e" villages anf Health Officer, Phone Operator Search For Woman Bit By Cat LITTLE ROCK M'I - Dr. .!. T.pyho'd been bitten by a rabid cat. Herron, Arkansas state health officer, told of a jilnc-hmir search oy telephone which located a woman Inflation Hits Phoney Money Racket — Tool Of Trade Tossed Away NEW YORK, i AP)—Maybe it's Inflation, or maylx- the counterfeit- inn racket is In ;, slimi|). But Eomclxjdy hasn't much use anymore for u jjluie fnr printing phoney $20 bills. Tra:-h collectors picked one up yeslerdai- on a Bronx street. U.S. Plane Hits Glacier BERN. Switzerland <AP> — A twin-engined U.S. Air Force transport plane crashed Into a bh'mird- ulilden glacier on the side of the famed Jungfrau Peak at twilight yesterday with eight persons re- ]>orlcd aboard. Red Cross Gives Clothes The woman. Mrs. Julia Tyc, 15, finally was contacted late yesterday at Norfolk, Va., where she'd Konc to visit a son. Warrant Officer Hurston McBride. Dr. Herron said. When Dr. Herron reached Mrs. Tye he tolil her that a cat which bit her lust Friday nJuht had been rabid. Slic was told to go to a physician for treatment. Dr. Herron said Mrs. Tye was actini; as a baby sitter for a Little dcr Irom Oov Hock family ivhen the cat attacker! ' t(m foremen her. She left fo ~" ' Arkansas News Briefs — Supervisory Highway Men Are Reduced LITTLE ROCK W>|—A statewide wide reduction in supervisory em- ployes of the State Highway De- — — .... Norfolk before it was learned that the animal was rabid. No one knew exactly where she wns to be in Norfolk, and It developed Hint the son was at sea. Dr. Heron said. Tile health offici-r said Mrs. Tye wns tracked clnv.ii only after Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. assigned a special operator to that task. He knew the telephone employe only as Operator 36. bvit later f-oiithewcstcrn identified her as Mrs. Vcrna Nowlin of Little Rock. Negro Deaths James Davis 'Neutral Zone Violated' PAXMUNJOM, Korea fAP) _ The Communists tonvy charged that yi.iltcd Nations torces. tired arllllcryiiTvclis filled with propaganda : lmilois into the neutral ' bc ~" zone around this site of the Korean ! parlment had been ordered by Highway Director Olen Fullerton. Pullcrlon. acting yesterday on order from Oov. McMath. discharged four foremen and reduced three others in rank in Conway County — his home county. McMath Asked to Run HUNTSVII.LE, Ark. im — A crowd of 500 persons who live in one of Arkansas' few Republican citadels has put its unqualified approval on at least one die-hard Democrat — Oov. Sid McMath. The citizens of Madison County held a "McMath appreciation night" rally here last night, and offered the governor $1,000 to finance a campaign for a third term. McMath expressed his gratitude for the money, but still refused to say that he is a candidate. Services for James Davis. 65. will lilytheville' i— '— "~ "" ^>'".^i" *niv.mo< three daughters, Orcta May Davis ' t01 ™ 5 ' has been withdrawn by t h. Janic Origins and Early Mae Tay- 1 Arkansas Public Service Commis lor. all of Chicago; two sons. James I Slon ' Davis Jr., of Chicago nml r.o'.vrl! T!le withdrawal yesterday follow Stewart of Hlytheville: three broth- I ert u >' one da 5' the dropping of i crs nnd three sisters. similar order against the Arkansas Gabe Moore c-s fcr Gilbc Moore. 65. iucted at 2:30 p.m. umior- Missonrl Power Co. With the Courts armistice tulks. Rend Courier News Classified Ads Fxineral Home Common rieas: Chapel by Rev. c. Franklin. Burial : West Publishing Co. vs. George ' hQ . sc °P^ ° r a Korean truce came will lie in Mi. Zion Cemetery I W. Bnrliain. suit for S20030 on ac- " unn " the stn(f officers' meeting tie died at hLs home on Charlene j count and for vendor's lein at.l.nnh- °" . lmce supervision. Friday the Street Tuesday. Survivors include \ Ills wife. Ro.sie Moore; one son. Ed-. --. .- „„. . ward M-jore of St. txjnis. and o n c | phiHI P 5 ' slllt for SJ19.20 balance o daughter, Emma Lou alien of • notc - Hlytheville. i Chanreryt Mack Hay (by D. S. Kay) count and for vendor's lein attach ; ment. Postal Finance Co. vs. Arnold A Minnie Tibbs Edna Ruth Freeman Hay, divorce decree filed. Rites f'.'r Minnie TiOSs, 76 who Georgia Montgomery vs. Freemai died at her home on Charlenc Street Montgomery, suit for divorce. Tur.sdiiy. \\ill be conducted at 1 [i.m. : — — in the Enoch chapci Extinguish Grass Fire V n Prnl-ll-llil J CME Church by Rev. C. Franklin. pastor. Hurial will be in ML Zion Fho iv sinvivcd by two nephews iinci two nircc':-. Canton riu-.c-ral Hi mo Ls in charge. Mary Hoi lid ay Service:; for Mary Holliclay. who dio<] at tii^r home on Fliu S:.;TPI, Tlmrsrtay. will be conducted at 12 n« n iniiHirrnw in Caslon KiuierU Iliin-.c f!:-.|:rl liy R:'V. H. A. Slvad ''til ::il \\Lil l.e in Mt. Xion C'etno- tery. ^fic 1> Mirvivr-d by two sisters. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1951 Civilians to Get More Aluminum Supply Big Enough To Permit Relaxing Controls, Senate Told WASHINGTON WV-Thc nation's ilumlnurn supply Is now big enough to-permit relaxation of controls on -Milan use. the Senate Small Busi- less Committee lias been told. Major producers and small users ippeared yesterday before the committee. Their testimony reflected the optimistic aluminum picture given (he Senate Banking Committee recently by Manly rielschmann. National Production head of the Authority. David P. Reynolds, vice president of Reynolds Metals Co.. said the industry's annual capacity of 1'i billion pounds when Korean fighting began will be doubled by next year. He and other Industry representatives said increased production would continue indefinitely. POLITICS (Continued from Page 1) towns in Southern New Hampshire on a campaign grind that might have left a younger man limp, the Ohio senator carried the attack to the Eisenhower forces. Taft told a record crowd estimated at 1,400 persons by police in Manchester last night he thinks Gov. Sherman Adams of New Hampshire and Sen. Lodge in-Mass) had done Eisenhower "a tremendous disservice by bringing him into a contest where it is impossible for him to let the people know how he stands." Eisenhower said in a letter earlier to Robert p. Burroughs, former GOP national committeeman and an Elsenhower delegate candidate he had "no alternative" but to remain silent at this time In his job as commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization forces. CEASE-FIRE (Continued from Page 1) are "again strikes and fomenting hunge: desperate petitions' among prisoners held by the United Nations. Lee declared the Chinese Nationalists "are tattooing our captured personnel. After the anti-Communist slogan is tattooed on their bodies, it would be easier to tntim idate them." "Let me tell you frankly" he continued, "that if such lawless activities are not stopped immediately, their development will go beyond the scope of the Korean question," It was this statement Libuy aw branded as a threat to the U.N. Command. There was no immediate explanation of Lee's remarks. Libby did not answer Lee's blast on "instructors" from Formosa. Unofficial sources here said there are arout 100 Nationalist Chinese in U.N. prison camps. Allied officers said they believed their principal job was to act as Chinese interpreters and translators. The Communist backdown on the scope of a Korean truce came WHO-O-0!!—ft looks like a monstrous owl. Or it might be anything. Or at second glance, something else again. Actually it's tn« bow of the Aircraft Carrier Antietam, in drydock somewhere in Japan. Ike Backers Jolted in Own State Election HAYS, Kan. CAP)—Backers of Gen. Uwlght D. Eisenhower, striving for a solid, "favorite son" delegation from the general's own home state, got jolted at their very first hurdle. In Kansas' first delegate election, the Sixth District Republican Convention at Hays yesterday named two delegates pledged to Sen. Robert A. Taft to the GOP National Convention and recommended another Tr.ft man for delegate at large. It was a clean sweep. The three men were left unin- strncted by the district convention, lint all are publicly committed to Taft. Read Courier Nen-s classified Ads Narcotics Ring Leaders Indicted SAN FRANCISCO llT, — Police worked swiftly today to round up 23 men and women nnmed in ,dto indictment Hint U.S. NarcotiST' Commissioner Harry J. Ainslinsfr confidently predicted will "crack the heart' of the illegal heroin trade. Narcotics agents said the indictment struck at a multi-mil'Jon dollar conspiracy strung like a web from coast to coast. It was returned by a federal grand jury yesterday afternoon and arrests began from San Francisco Kushiro Rocked Again TOKYO (AP) — Kiishiro. Hokkaido, hardest hit by last Tuesday's bi£ earthquake, was shaken sharply again Friday night, Kyodo news agency reported. Reds asked to delete the work "Korea from paragraphs covering the withdrawal of naval forces from Korean waters. The effect would have been to ban any naval action by U.N. forces along the China coast during a truce. i MANILA HOME OFFERED FOR SALE An attractive (i-room house in ,M;uiil;i is now for sale! Located oil North Baltimore, this home has Venetian blinds, Hendix washer, floor furnace, attic fun. . . fenced-in yard. You're invited to see or call PETE HARRISON—Phone 116 ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE wv Phone '1621 Show Starts Weekdays 7:1)0 p.m. K:it. Sun. 1 :()0 p.m. The Blythevillc Fire Department answered an alarm to a grass fire at 9C5 South Lilly Street this morn- ins;, N'o property damage v,-as reported. Elizabeth Tucker of Blytheviile and Mattie Millbrook of Jonc.sboro. 194S 1949 1950 1552 EST RADIO-TV PICTURE-Above Ncwschart shows production rates /or radio nnd TV sets over a period o( four years, and what can be expected m the way of oulput for 1952. There arc now about 15 million television sets. o. one fO[ every 10 persons in this country But TV still ha? a long way lo catch up with radio, n* there are more than 100 million radio sets in use, an average- of two icls to Ihe family. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Railways Losing Money VIENNA (>F)—Austria's national- \ ized railways are running a daily j deficit ot S153.800. the Vienna news- j paper Die Wirtschaft reports. I NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Cenler" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 -:$ Friday's rv'.OX Ad Was ^correct .in Listing Today's Feature Attractions! Ir Should Have Read: *0 SATURDAY DOUBUO FEATUKE 8C8E81 SFHlliiC • lillH OKOH mc*Reo mm - tmi Also Cartoon & Sir Gnllihad Serial SATURDAY 'UTAH WAGON TRAIN" Starring Rex Allen SATURDAY OVERLAND TELEGRAPH' 7 Richard Martin (laic Daris SATURDAY "I SHOT BILLY THE KID" Dim Hurry 9 Rolicrl I.owt Comedy £ Serial I FLORAL BEAUTY — Prettily framed in a solid bank of azaleas at Orion Plantation, near Wilmington, N. C, is Barbara U'emble, Queen of Lions Clubs i •'•- U. S. She will be one of i..any pretty girls taking part in the filth annual Wilmington Azalea Festival this month, a celebration of (he coming of spring lliat attracts i— vi visitors. SUNDAY & MONDAY Continuous Showing Sunday from 2 p.m. MMRMBBr^ ''' '•"•••' I, SHOW 'MR. DYNAMITE' t.loyci Nolan .!. Carrol Nash SH.V.-MOX.-TUKS. 'THE BLUE VEIL' \Vyman t liarle.s l.;ui(-h(iin SAT. MIDNITK SHOW Starts 10:15 "FUGITIVE LADY" .lanis I'.-iui 1 • liiiinic Harnes SUNDAY y, MONDAY "FURY OF THE CONGO" .Inhiiny \Vcismnller as .ItniKlr .Mm SAT. OWL SHOW 'JOURNEY INTO LIGHT" Sterling Haydcn SUNDAY & MONDAY "BRIGHT VICTORY" - Arthur Kennedy I'oRRy Dow .lulia Adams SATURDAY LATE SHOW! Starts 77:30 EXTRA! Cartoon & Serial Pirates of the High Seas EllMUttl -FU*ir«IM«l SUNDAY & MONDAY/ 2 HITS! Also Cartoon & Selected Shorts TUESDAY 'FINDERS KEEPERS" .luliii Adams RECLEANED SOYBEANS MEAN GREATER YIELDS! Let. Us Clean Your Seed Soybeans. We Han Two Modern Cleaners. Increase the Purity of Your Seed, Have Them Reclcaned. Blyfheville Soybean Corp. ISnfl \V. Main Phone fiSSfi or RS57

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