The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 19, 1952
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_TUEST>AT, AUGUST 19, 1952 D/erlfi Widow Bought TV on Installment Plan— Startled Town Are Checked; prcRKS. Ark. (/Pi - AUractive| And the southeastern Arkansas Mrs. Opal Simmington, 4.1-year-old I lumber town of 5,01110 I 3uo uersons assistant cashier of the Bank of |-waited with her Dierks today awaited Hie results nf Yesterday Mrs. Simmm-ton was » thorough investigation of the ] arraigned before U. s Cuimmvlo"f<r bank's books. 1 Elmer Taekelt at Hot Spring, | ln|j(>n Ail: . on a federal eluirue of m:-kii- falst entries. Nearly $13 000 of the bank funds are unsung. •She was reit;i««l on $1.500 bm.rl waiving preliminary cx'imi- Arkansas News Briefs— State GOP Has Little Success In Bringing ike to Little Rock liy The Associated Press LITTLE ROCK—Arkansas Republicans aren't having much success in their attempts to include Little Rock on Gtn. Eisenhower's whirlwind tour of the South Sept. 2. Verne Tindall of Stuttgart, chairman of the GO!> presidential nominee's Arkansas campaign, and Robert. Roach of Little Hock, hcail M the state Citizens-for-Eisenhower committee, said yc.tcrday thev had been unable to make arrangements for Hit stopover. However, Roacli said that he wouldn't be "tou uptcl" if Eisenhower passed over Little Rock this hip. "I'd much prefer n later trip when he could spend mure time," Roach said. Candidates List Campaign Expenses with Hall LITTLE ROCK—Several candidates for office in the recent primaries yesterday filed reports with Secretary ol State C. G. Hall listing campaign expenses incurred. They Included: State Sen. Ellis P-.lgan, Little Rock, S360, and Rep. J. w. Trimble, • Berryville, $750. F. F. Acree, Perryville, defeated in his bid for a Senate seat from the 10th District listed expenditures of 8290.70 and Dr. C. D. Tibbies of Black Rock, who lost in the 17th District Senate race said he spent *412.«. The S72.SOO short :i..:e In Ihe bank's books was lirst rij-cov.wrf by Federal Deposit, Inmiraiii-e Oorpiiratio'i txamtnera on Au:;. 11. Tiic FDIC exaimncrs. FBI i-fein^ a private aiuHlin- f lrm . and a-cm-' O! tin- S'ate B:,nk commi.v.ion uorktd nil diy yeMerc'My and 1l'roiii-)!out till.- Hi-lit in effort'. ; o clear nn (|>o situation. "In Complete C'lMr?e" Einnioycd by the Bmk of Dic-rt-s for y> years. Mrs. simminston al^o was the city Ireamrw ,nml been in coniplup chi'-r^e of t)-i- bank's hookkeeplng department "nbout '0 years." Rr-sidenta or the town said they "couMu't bp.'icve it" ai,,| described her as a wom:>n "cverybotlv trusted." t."rle Rotk FBI chief M. w. J-V.rhn s ; nd evidence sl<owert that Union Would Prove Employe Was 'Kicked' PINK BLUFF, Ark . (/I>1 __ Unlo)1 .i.toim-yj; .snid (hey would attempt "JTn "' clli >»«-ry court here uicKiy Him „ Kiilttay enl pi ovec K.cKOd at a striking union mcmbe m a plant entrance dispute The testimony is ,„ ,, 0 mescm(>rt in :i JiMi-msr nn a complaint, bv the Standard Brake shoe ami Foundry to. afialnst members of (he Al'L I'llernationai Moldcrs and Foundry workers Union which Tlic company claims that a railway supervisory employe wns in- i; ICQ last week when he attempted u> enter Hie strikebound plant The union filed nil answer to the complaint, denying "all material al- It-sations" in the company's complaint. But defense attorneys said they would prove that -j. i, Goodwin ktrkrd nt (lie workman •' Oonrt- v.'.ii was identified as the injured railway employe. from had Ijenn Bus Company May Withdraw Wage Offer TEXARKANA—A Texarkarm Bus Co. representative says that unless striking bus drivers accept a proposed wage increase and report lor work today, "the company would withdraw its offer." Deadline for acceptance of the offer—a s-ccnt an hour Increase retroactive to Aug. 1—was last midnight. The bank was clo-fd v'H!e State Brrnk Cotnin I. McKmlcv circus-eel liquidation of the insCt'Mion Lived With Mr:tl t( . r The "bl-M.'k ryp Mi':;. S'mrm'tlr-tiHi, 15 vcnr?. n^o" lin? in a frame ho Jalks on 'Clash 7 1'jtd in Word Fight ATHENS. Greece MV-Greek-Bul- I Bsinan Army talks, called to smooth ln v over a recent border incident in Kdjivlurti two Greek soldiers were , , ,,, , - - oer killed, broke up last-nit-lit in , - n a word taltle over who was responsible for the clash. A <: «'i'k general staff eommnni- the Bulsaiians prronS haired" ] "abc>-it'; " IIC ^a 12 with j ° sec-., further instructions from >r>n-TOi., then- .superiors and meet with the as ''not: '•'recks asroin. new but a comfortable home." The communique said the BuKir- Iriemis nud neighbors still were' 1!ms admitted killin" the 'two Irvms to di»,'Et the new today. I Wrecks Aug. 12 in the Mt Bel!"s None con.Ti-tnd conld -JmKljie j arr-a norlhwest of Salonika Eich what happened to all that money" i fide, however, claimed the incident ' • • j occurred on its territory. Mrs. John Franks, who onera(e<i' ~ a Bcneral store here nnrl has "known her nil niv Ii r o". ;ai'i "ovcry- one h:-.s -.n citndiuu f:iith in her." i\trs. Kcnnpth Low'ton. who lives 'Mown tlif stve^i" from >i l -. s sj m _ min!?ton, .«.-:H(j "frrrvoiie v.'cis linnet and no o>-e t-rjiikl !".i:« V r. it Ivirdly." Police Worn 90 May Be Lost in l:m <| n Missourian Dies in Cor Accident on Highway 71 LOWBIi-A member of a vacationing Missouri family was killed near here last night in a two-car collision which Injured five other people. Sheriff John M. Black' Identified the victim as Eliza Josephine Bpradley. 43, (2020 Paseo Blvd.) of Kansas City Mo. Black said she was riding in an automobile driven by her 19-year- old son, J. Calvin Spradley. He said that the accident occured about S miles north of Lowell on.Highway n. Black said Spradley and his son- were injured seriously. Sparkman Tells Dixie Demos They'll Be Proud of Ticket By REX THOMAS HONTSVILLE, Ala. Wl — Dixie Democrats had assurance from Sen. John Sparkman today that before the presidential campaign is over, they will be proud to support Oov. Adlai Stevenson. "The South will gladly stand behind his beliefs when he has had Ibama town of Arab, the where his wife Ivon i not Albert ville was born. Tomorrow, the senator returns ! to Hartselle, where he was born! 52 years .-iffo. ,-ind Thursday ..„ ' goes to Birmingham for another speech. made no mem ion of ! set were p->jd for "on t!ic Instal!- | ni^nt' plan." j He said a comnlc-tc p.urlil of the I <-itv's hooks will be nrarfe tnday "in ! lir'lit of yesterday's events." i The bnnk's oflier rnnloy. ca'hler Tom Weslbrook srrid Mrs/Rimmhi"- toti. wtio operated (he onlv feller's \vindow in the br-nk in nddil'nn io her briokkeminr! duties. v:as "faithful in rrnortins to duty." He ST'd she usi">llv "wnlkr-d thn thr-?e or four blocks to wo4- cvcrv dav." ' - Weslbronk snM r-hf \vns a lifeln-i- native of Di-.r";s nnd "riicln'i, smoke! di'.nl^.oi' ::n-,'!hi!vr. A mrnibors rrf the Djcrks Me'ho- rtist Church. Wcrlbroo:-: sa'.d Mrs Pimmin»ton didn't take pert In civic functions 01- chun'h acMvi!ii>« Prosccutiii!; Attorney Bobby Steel of Narhvillc soid the bank's rif>no>- itors were protected un fo SlOOm each bv (i.c FOTC. He estimated that S2-:,fj"0 nr the s horU E c would LYNMOUTH. Ensland (/P,-Policc «'«mcd today that the toll from Saturdays devastating flood on tnslands Southwest Coast may K o as liir.Ii as 90 dead. The latest official casualty figures for the flash torrent stood iL PAGE TIIRKK IT AIN'T HAY—Bui 11 IS slraw. This German miss in Hanau points to the face of a clock made out ol straws which took 15 years to build. It was started in 1802 by Otto WcRencr. a shoemaker and amatcui clockmaker and completed in 1307. Although it stands live and a half feel high, it weighs only about a pound. It runs about eight hours. Everything In il, down to the smallest balance wheel is made of f.trow. Girl Victim Of Sex Offender Dies in Wreck WOODBINE. N. J. W) _ Sally Homer, 15-year-old Camdcn, N. .7.. Kirl who spent 21 months as the captive of a middle-need sex offender a few years ago, was kllb-rt In a lunhway intaiap early yesterday. The car In which she was rfdinz plowed into (tic roar of a parked truck in nearby Dennis Towlishin. Sally vrmijhed from her Camden home In 1943 and wasn't heard from jiir.ilji until 1353 when she told n hairowing jtory of spenditis 21 montlvi as the cross-country love slave of Frank I.nSallc, 52. LaSallf. a mechanic, was arrr'.lod ill San Jose. Calif. Returned to Camden. he pleaded guilty to charges of kidnaping H/K! U'KS sentenced to M to 35 years in prison. Peach Crop on Decline In Midwestern Area CENTRAL1A. 111. ur,~ Big Mid west pencil crops of recent, years win not be brought back, until new trees arc i;roivu. tint Illinois Fruit Council iT'iiorts. The semi-official agency blames Ihe 1350-51 winter kill of pearli trees for declining harvests In Illinois irai yielded an all-time !>'(• crop of four million bushels and its latest big year was more than two million htt.<ilicb> m 1049. The 1052 crop has been estimated at less than one million bushels. tejiden, fs hereby warned to apnc-ar within thirty days in the court, named In ihr> caplio;, ),e r /. o f and an-iwer the eomplnlnt of !liu plaintiff. William H. Crillr-ndeii. Dated tliis lltli day of August, Harvey Morri=, Clerk By Cherry Hue IMrncs. DC 8I2-10-15-93 Tim Wr.'idry nntl Ti-ibune towcrj j in Chlcnuro s'.and lortay -.vhcio ti ip- ;liers once repaired thiir bnais j;o- i fore setting out to hum bi-.v.T" !••••« In the ClKtnccr.v Ciuirl, Clilrka- sawha llislrlcl, 9lississl[i|il Counly. Arltatisas. William n. Ciittenden, Plf. vs. No. 12.13J Marie Jones Crittendcn, Dft. Tiie deiendant, Marie Jone.s Crit- TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Tl'KSDAY "AARON SLICK FROM PUNKIN CREEK" Allan Ywiriif, Dinali Shore & liubvrl .Merrill WKD.-TilUKS. DANGEROUS GROUNDS" Ida Lujiino it Holjcrl IIvan 13 known dead, with 28 missing nnd presumed dead. Seven of the bodies ;o far recovered have been identified. But unofficially the police said hey still had no word on at least W more holidaycrs who were believed to have been In the resort area on Friday night when sudden downpours sent the quiet little Ly river raging over this pictmescj'r ittle Devon honeymoon resort. Read Courier News Classified Ad? be protected. ..... u ^i iv . 10 i, it^ii m; nits jmu "j"n ivni.iii nmut: no mem Lol an opportunity to present his pro-1 civil rights or any other campaign i ffram," Sparkman told a "welcome I' S5U " in his Iioinecomin; tali; yes- home" crowd yesterday in a build- terday up for the Democratic presidential, nominee. It was the Alabama was the Alabama senator's first speech since he was nominated for vice president as Stevenson's running- male. He labeled it "non-political," but party leaders nevertheless looked upon his visit back home as the start of a serious vole-getting campaign. The vice presidential spoke to a home-town c mated by police at maxed the first round of nom The civil rigbt.s controversy wns mentioned earlier at a news conference when the senator told reporters he felt certain Stevenson would satisfy the Southern voters | on that n.s wolf a. 1 ; olher ih:;ucs-. ! As for the Republican threat in i the traditionally Democratic Eoiiih. Sparkman said be war* "triad to p see the OOP taking an interest" i in (be people ticiosv the ?.tason- ;G ; Dixon line, but wondered whether —•'!") the interest will continue after clec- ~; tirjn day four-1 „ ,, c AIR CONDITION I-;D I5Y REFRIGEHATION a our-„ , day home-coming celebration "-- ' - " C " has "Y' 1 " !1 tending from here to Binni,n { ham. i b °' > ; lr *"' nl1 " C 7 f<1 , rrc " Today's festivities took Sp a rk-1 pal^ pL" 1o r', c man first to toe small North Ala-1 dav. Veteran Stowaway, 9, Makes Hew Try REDWOOD CITY. Calif. m _, his mother. Dickie Love, a veteran jioiv.v.v.3V! .,.,..,.,,,,, ,, . at 8. set out aur-hi vr-st^rrt-^,. ' I. "•"•' •'*" Xlrf - '-"'^ HITS! - Fur KS. \VL'[). IJUUnv N'r Pi ice of 1 Hiiniplircy !!dt;;irl Kleanor I'urktr — I'l.r.S— !-:d from at 8. set out aijain yesterday. ; ,.,, His destination this time -China j ,", The linfes tot of travel hopnod i '' a bus to San Francisco ;rom liisi "• Redwood City hoir.r. about 'M mil's' * :i: away, r.ud inspected some Or!"iit- i £ b.-mnrt fr"r;'.-.tcrs. | S.-.i, ,. fie fina!!v hiked aboard one uf; "sf the bic e.-::hima::o' Ihr cnrgo ships and descended into<«i So!r.;vrn c.iliron'^ a hnlj. | T "The ship looked pretty good, but! I.c- it didn't leave scon eno^h." Die!-::' 1 J M lo;ri polirc vho picked him off the! trie freighter and turned him i:^ to to i wood City firf from [YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRn =?^£ fif^sfsxssifi^i&f^^^ff-sr fa a^a a %S^fir & AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION TUESDAY, AUG. 19 WKD.-THUHS. . 20-21 Deserf Pursuit" /ogons West' Rod Cameron in blazing color Hayne Alorris Virginia Grey ^ \ ^ ^ A i N C ¥¥ ; Air Conditioned By Refrigeration j "Your Comnuinilv Ccnlcr" ( MANILA, ARK. j S:il. & Htm. ! in f I hone ;>S s TCKSDAY \ TOUGH GIRL" \ i l'"reem:Ln \Y1C1).-TIIKKS. "HIGH LONESOME" .Inlin H;irrymnrc, Jr. <\ . PRESS FLASH tfathing //Ire it on the No other camera hut the SPARTUS PRESS FLASH has this exclusive feature! No separate flash attschment to bol.ier with. Nothing to put on — nothing to remove. The flash attachment is ftuifl ridil in the camera. 50c Weekly! 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