The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 20, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 20, 1952
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"B KTX Alaska 'Safe from Enemy Attack,' Gen. Twining Says of New Concept A Ufillf\n Ar*mii__i_ _!•»•• . ,,, /K fAKK.) r ANCHORAGE. Alaska Wl-Alas- Va is safe from oncniy attnck as a result of perfection of the "lienrl- land concept" in the last two years, tlie acting chief of llie Air Force told the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce Monday night. Fresh from briefinR on the latest problems snrt achievements in the defense program. Con. Natliaii S. Twining wns introduced as the originator of the defense concept which tins been set up to make tile territory Invulnerable to n sur prise attack. Ho pointed out that Alaska Is too bU: to plan defenses for every mile of the vast interior ami extensive shoreline*. The heartland concept was adopted lo give the mili- ilaiy n strong core nonr AnchornRC and Fairbanks from which operations could be extended quickly to the far comers of'lhe territory. "You can relax now for the first tune because you are sale. Nobody i Is going to bother the place. And we arc going to keep it that way. 'Miss X' Identified as Former Secretary of Martha Raye I We are always plugging to get the jjob done," he said. GMI. Omar Bradlev. chairman fit the Joint CJiiefs ol SInK, (old the chamber he was encouraged by the progress made in Alaska's defense program. "Three years af-o f was considerably worried about what we had hero," he said. "The short building season made It difficult to build defenses but when I see what we have here today I am encour- «KetI. I am not worried the wav I was." NEW YORK (IP, — Comedienne Martha Haye's former secretary was identified In newspaper reports totlay as the jilted girl Jrieiid who reportedly sent vice probers into cafe society circles alter MiuoL F. Mickey Jclke. Jelke, 22. heir to a multi-million dollar margarine fortune, was charged las! week with compulsory prostitution as a city-wide crackdown 071 »30I)-a-nit'IH cntl-girlE; reached its peak. New York City newspapers today said that Patricia Ward, 19, R.TVC police the information that led to Jelke's arrest. The reports said the I pretty blond is the mysterious "Miss X'" who has been held In $10.000 % bail as a material witness and testified this week before a Grung Jury. The district nUorney's office could not be reached for comment on the published reports. Miss Ward was hospitalized May 21 after swallowing a quantity of sleeping pills while staying over-1 night al Miss Rayc's Hampshire House suite. Police said the fcirl had written a note indicating she was despondent over a broker, romance. Jelkc has blamed his airesl on "a disgruntled female who feels she was Jilted." He did not name her. Nor have police disclosed whether MKs Ward mentioned any man in her note. Miss Raye. who n, not involved in the vice probe, said last May that she invited Miss Ward ro remain overnight after they and Miss Haye's husband, night club proprietor Nick Conilos, spent an evening out. ,Thc former secretary's veal IKIDIC is Sandra Wi.sotsky, but she uses the name of Ward. A number of persons were arrested before Jelke. with JeUtc, and after him liv the vice probe. Several women have been held as material witnesses. Not nil the cases arc related. Jclke Is free In $50,000 hall. British Workers Told Pay Boost 'Too Expensive' LONDON M>; _ r.c.'idcrs of Britain's powerful Trades Union Con- taess mJC) have warned workers (hat widely demanded Renetal wage Increases might i >r lnR ertononitr catastrophe by making (lie nation'? exports too expensive for world markets. The. wamhiK was issued last night by the TUC's General Coimril In Its annual report to tlu- eisbt million members of unions affiliated with ihy congress. It came al a time when many unions are demanding pay boosts of up to two pounds fSii.GO) a week to meet the risini; cost of living. So far. Prime Minister Winston Churchill's Hovci-innem has turned down these demands. It claims the cost of living will remain steady unless' widespread wage Increases drive costs up. TwoGOPSolons Lose in New York Scattered Discontent Of Voters Is Blamed In fall Primary ALBANY. N. V. M-.-Two Republican congressmen, one of them , veteran of a years in the Ho", c lost their races for renoinlnattan jeslerday in New York State's fall primary election. Rep. Edwin Arthur Hall of BiiiK- harnton, the veteran, was defeated by another congressman Rep John 0. Butler of Buffalo bowed to Ihe OOP organization's 1950 choice. Scattered voter discontent was blamed for the ouster of the two representatives and five state legislators, although there was no dis- ccrrmble pattern to pinpoint, the unrest wonr: (he voters. There were only 39 formal contests in Ihe slato. In the feature battle Rep w Sterling Cole of Bath, a congressman since .-834. swamped Half by a margin of almost 2-1 in the new 37th District, of Southern New York. Most of Hall's nnd Cole's old districts we. mcrscel in n rcappoi tlon- menl of the state curlier Ibis year Butler was downed in the "new 42nd District by John a. Pillion of Lackawanna. Spitsbergen hns been governed by Norway since 1025. PAINTS FOR EVERY PURPOSE-AT REAL SAVINGS WE'RE MOVING! Air Base Reactivation Forces Us To Move! Here's your opportunity to save or, Trenkle Faints! We're having to move to a new location and want to reduce our inventory before we move ... so we're offering 28% to 40% reductions on all paints. Drive out to the Air Base and tak« advantage of these tremendous savings! HOUSE PAINT Formerly 5.78 Per Gallon Trenklc I'ninis are equal in hiding, non-fadinjj and durability | () any nationally atlvcrlised brand on the market. COLORS 4.10 NOW perGo1 WHITE 4.25 Per Gal. NON FADING TRIM COLORS Red . . . Formerly 7.00 . . . Now 5.00 Per Gal. 6 Other Colors . . . Formerly 6.28. NOW 4.52 Per. Gal. 2.75 3.85 4.55 1.75 WASHABLE FLAT WALL OIL PAINTS Reg. 4.00 per gal. . NOW ONLY SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL COLORS 12 colors . . . reg. 5.80 per gal NOW ONLY QUICK DRY ENAMEL COLORS 14 colors .. . reg. 7.60 per gal NOW ONLY WATER THINNED INTERIOR FLATS 30 colors . . . NOW ONLY pcr ga | ALSO INCLUDED IN PAINT SALE 'hSJL- AU "" imlm ' >aU>1S •'• nPar Varnish ••• Oil Stain ' - - - OPEN FROM 7:30 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. TRENKLE PAINTS Co., Inc. BLYTHEVILLE AIR BASE PHONE 3853 Bank of America President Dies SAN FRANCISCO M>;—Uwreni-c Mario Glniinlnl. 58, president of the Bank of America—thc world's lar» esl bank, died In his sleep Inst night at n hospital here. His physician said death caused by a number of Illnesses He I A I tfi had ben) In the hospital since'AlV KHaH Mjirch •!, i * His nife, Anna Mercedes, and two daughters, Anne and Virginia were at his bedside. For Chicago HOLLYWOOD M'i _ Aly Kahn is , 'AUGUST 20, 1B5J vistlng with his estranged wife actress Rita Hayiyortli. Tlifrc was no word of a recon- I'thuiioii. They have been seen in jKWlic numrrous tinie.s in rcccn lunched io. gcthcr near Rita's studio. Read Courier News Classified Ad*. Sign of Service .. . is 1231 >l.e American Red Cross was formed to bring care and service to people in need of aid. since 1877 Th « SHIPPER'S S1G.N of fric,,,H yS cmr B ...c. re /ul '""idling . . . llas |, ccn thc Col|( , n B( , h J{oiue ' Ge «ral Agent—O. O. Stires, Agent EJm Street, Telephones 3182 - 2691 CyCoiocystz 1 WHETHER OM THE ROAD OR. IK! AU ARGUMENT, WHEN YOU SEC RED. •• STOP '* Here's one point on which our customers agree: Satisfaction is sur«—service is friendly and helpful. r CREDIT JEWUERS fO* LOCAt PfOPlf I41K7MAIN •ASOUHf V, TO 30 TOMS ft omu. jy, ro u -1195 extra of it! -to cut your costs, increase your profits! 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Compare the price you have to pay for this pace-setting CMC against the fiefd. Now here else will so little buy so much in n 3- to 4!i-ton tractor. Why not come in and see for yourself? OTOR CO. Telephone 2056 Yovl/ do better on a iW truck wtf/i your CMC dealer

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