The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 26, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 26, 1952
Page 7
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 2.6, 1958 Arkansas News Briefs— JTuck Bishop May Be Executed pay Before Grand Jury Report "MTHKVTLLE (AT5K.) COURIER NEWS By The Assncialrd Tress UTTLE ROCK — A Grand Jury's report on Convicted Murderer | Tuck Bishop's claim that lie bought freedom from an Arkansas prison may be delivered the day aflcr the Bishop 15 put i o deaih. Pulatki Grand Jury foreman J. J. Schemelzcr said night (Hat the Ju-y would reconvene Thursday and "it is ixi.ssiWe Die Jury Kill comlucii' the imcMigatujn and report its (inrtiiiRs then." Bisliopi v.1,0 claimed in a notorized statement that he purchased a jj|.M-di,j- furlough (rom an Arknmas jM-ison lot $1,500 last December, is scheduled to die tomorrow bclorc a Utah firing squad. Empiiiiolnie'iu of the jury was reciuestcd by Proseeutor Tom Dew. n;e to investigate the inurderer's claim of a purchased furlough. Wit- nej*cs lioin a cirnvn town hotel where Bishop claims he bought lire furlough have testified before Ihe panel and a tape recording of an interview with the one-legged slayer m his Utah death cell was presented by a deputy prosecutor. I Texarkana Bus Company May Not Operate TEXARKANA — An attorney for the Texarkana Bus Co., says the firm will he unable to pporeate its buses today unless 43 striking workers return to their jobs. The attorney, Ned Stewart said today is the deadline for the 48 drivers and one mechanic to return to work. He previously has said that the men must return to work today or be "replaced." The em- ployes are members of the API, Amalganated Street. Electric Rall- I »'ay ar.jl Motor Coach Employes Union. j Oren Harris Soys Radio, TV Hearings to Resume | LITTLE BOCK — Rep. Oren Harris says that, public hearings on i television and radio programming will be resumed in September." Harris, chairman of the House Communications Committee, made the announcement at the Arkansas Broadcasters Association here yes- UGENO OOP Native Troop! Sowl T, M pi ^ Has Ihtee aiiaall divisions and two Soviet air graupi. Two ore jet divisions. Total of five aiicraft divisions, one a jet division and one a Soviet aiicralt division aid to have four aiicraft divisions with one a jet lighlei dtmion RED SATELLITES THREATEN TITO—The communist countries of eastern Europe with the aid of Russia have built up an air force of approximately 2000 aircraft according to the oflicinl Vu»o- slr.v international Review. Above Nc-wsitKip shows precarious position Yogoslavia finds herself in. with bovicl military strength stretched from Bulgaria in the o;ist, to Czechoslovakia in the west. A large-scale program of airfield construction was also reported underway, with Russia believed build- ina advance basrs clc'cp into Europe Io for used when anrt if necessary. U. of A, President to Address Farm Group LITOL.E ROCK _ Dr. John 'Tyler Caldwell, president of the Uni- rersity of Arkansas, will address Ihe 7th annual Arlarjas Fnrmers Association convention here today. Some 1,000 delegates were expected Io attend the 1-day session. Air Force Officials to Meet on Pulaski Base UTTLE ROCK - Two Air Fore* representative, are expected here. Thursday lor a j-day conference on th* proposed Pulaskl countv j«t bomber base. Everett Tucker, Jr., chairman of the Industrial division of the Little Rock Chamber of Commerce, said last night that the officials TOUM confer with engineering firms on preliminary plans for the Eleanor Holm Demands 'Proof' NEW YORK HI - Eleanor Holm Rose wants her estranged husband showman Billy Rose, to back up his divorce sutt charges with dates and places of the misconduct he K-flleges. The former swimming star day ol August, 1952. Edna Oaskill, Administratrix RFC NO. 1, Box No. 197, BlytheviUe, Arkansas i I Marcus Evrard, 115 N, second St., BlytheviUe. Arkansas, attorney for administratrix. moved In Slate Supreme Court vcs- *" lhe chan «ry Court, Chlcka terclay for a bill of parifculars. The S3wt " District, Mississippi Cnunly motion comes un for annimrnt »n- ""^"Siis. motion comes up for argument today. Adultery Is the only around lor divorce In New York State. • Mrs. Hose nna sued for aepara- llon. Her suit and Rose's suit for divorce have been joined and are scheduled to go to trial Sept. 10. All papers in the case have been eealed by the court. •)( NOTICE : In the Probate Court of Chlehit- ; iawba. District of Mississippi Coun^ ty, Arkansas). , IN THE MATTER OP •j THE ESTATE OP J. F. " • GASKItL,, DECEASED •: No. S.I33 ij Itfet known address of decedent- J Blythevliie, Arkansas. ,- Date of death: August 16. 1952. >j^ The undersigned was appointed Jfidmlnistratrtx of the estate of the 1 above-named decedent In the 18th ': day of August. 1952. S All persons having claims against i the estate exhibit them, duly veri- . Jied. to the undersigned within six • months from the date of tha first ] publication of this notice, or they I shall be forever barred and pre,; eluded from any benefit in the estate, : This notke first .published 19th A: BLOOMS —Tris Anne Filch, above, a State Department clerk, holds her queen's bouquet after being selected "Miss Washington (D. C.) of K:5p." The 10-yc;.r-old brunet hores to study voice after rop- rcsjnling Ihe national capital in the annual Miss America contest at Atlantic City, 3 Louisiana Electors Leave Demos Fold RHREVEPORT. La. (XR—Three of the 10 Louisiana Democratic electors left the fold and a fourth ad- vi^etl State Central Committee Chairman N. n. Carstarphen that he might resign. Carstarphen said here yesterday he had received the resignation of Alvln G. Montgomery, elector representing the 1st Congressional District, including part of Orleans Parish and »11 of PIao.uemine and St. Bernard Parishes. MontRomery (rave no reason for his tcleirram resignation, Carstarphen said. Neville Levy of Orleans Parish presidential elector at large, advised the Central Committee chairman that he would decide within a few days whether to resign, s step he has \mder consideration. Two other electors. Scot Wilkinson of Shreveport anrt Grove Stafford of Alexandria, resigned at the Aug. 20 meeting of the State Central Clmmlttee after the commitlee placed the names of Gov. Adlal Stevenson and Sen. jahn Sparkman under Louisiana's traditional Democratic symbol, the rooster, represented <he 4lh District. Snake Catcher Is Hired By Standard Refinery DURBAN. South Africa (,T> — Mambas. puff-adders a nd other deadly reptiles have so Iinr.isscd white technicians anrt African laborers working nn the new 17 million dollar Standard Vacuum Oil refinery here that the company has to prevent hired a snake-catcher walkouts. Site workers hacking Marines List Food Preferences in Korea WITH THE FIRST MARINF, DI VISION IN KORKA WPi— Mcmhf-s of the 1st Battalion. Isl Marine Rcciment, prefer "hr-al-aliri-scrve" U.S. Air Force Speeds Pilgrims To Holy Cities BEIRUT, Lebanon ^—Thirteen U. S, Air Force transport planes arc speeding 9,060 stranded M os . lem pilgrims to- Ihe holy cities of Mecca and Medina — a flying ear- pet that would hnve made Sche- hera/ade's eyes pop. The biff four-enfjine plane's, car- ryinc 50 passengers each trip, ue- KKII their nir ferry serviee yesler- day to Jidda. Saudi Arabian fea- port only 40 miles /rom Mecca. They will continue with a flight every hour until nil Ihe pilgrims have been whisked on their way. The American airmen stepped in at the reouesl of the Lebanese ROV- crmnent n/ler nn unprecedented Influx of pilgrims at neinifs International Airport swamped reunlar airlines. The pilgrims must reach Afeccn by Wednesday If their journey Is to have the desired spiritual elfeel. Thai day PAGE SEVEN Weather Pattern Changes Little By The Avwialeil 1'rev. The nation's wr-athrr pattern showed little mange lortay. The hot weather continued in Texas, the Southwest ami parts of the Central Rockies. It was pleasant summer weather over most of the central and Eastern sections of the country and snme cooler air moved norms the Northern Rockies i rii " clini Bed that 15 Koreans" and Into the Northwestern Plains ! killed and 4fl wmmded In a U. N. stales. Tempcralurrs were above ! POW ramp nn Au e is. 1351 There 100 decrees acaln yesterday in Tex- > V; 'S no Eighth Army comment on ns. marking the 2-llh straight day'""" of readings of 100 or hichcr. No immediate relief was in sight. Herbert Hoover in Koje 'Trouble' Is Put Down SKOUI,. Korea OF) _ The 0. S, Klchtli Anr.y MJ,J fonicrht U. N Kiiarrts slightly ivmmderl Red prisoners of war Atie. 11 | n putting down a rtcmnnslration by "known CommmiiV,- trouble makers" on Knjc Island. Disclosure of the incident camo after the Communist Pelnlne r». U. N. auards nn Aug. n hurled BO pas KMnatlcs Into a POW pen in a futile effort to halt ar> Illegal mass sinamr demonstration In Enclosure 12, the Army said. Wanna Btiy a Duck? BISHOP. Calir. lip, ... Herbrrt Hoover calmly cranked JoVes as he j VANCOUVER / m — Passenger strode In niehl clothes from the I ri irs and trunks were lined ,,p for limnmi; lodqe of a friend at Silver j 'M yards in holli directions as traf ih« w » T-I t ' I-ake near here Sunday ni K ht, i «>" lialled on the i.ions Gate bridge the Id Al Idha Pesli. j "A.11 my life I spmi n good deal - "Pproach in Slnniey Park roc e n ( lv ••". iiJininenioraltni; Abraham's jnf time helping redicees." a rom- • Tll < 1 r: "ise was a mother duck leati- o ih i 1 s * cv " ln h:s R0 " lSM " Pinion, Dr. William Jenny, quoted ' i " R hcr ncwhorn family sedately m trie Lord. Thousands of siieep arc the former President veslerdav ! across ] he pavenient sacrificed that day in ll,e Mecca j .'Till., is the first time I'have feltj ~ ^Washi, 1R( on «heU. S . S ,a,ene. rT,ri™ e e. h.xurlous mountain ^"'° VCt! *•**" "" H ° nV " tat « s?",h;"«K 'S'lr^i 1 "" 116 of impwi " Naip Miin ° r - was paid out of Air force funds. There was no estimate of the goodwill Eesture's cost. boarded a plane for San Francis- EDSON foori. dehydrated soups and c-ookcd preparations over sweet,': find ' Ihroueh virgin bush complained of i m,,,!', other co'nfeclions, recent survey. iuis of chili, soups, WARNTNG ORDER rn Ihe Chancery Court, Chlcka- William R. Crittenden. Ptl. vs. No. 12,135 Marte Jones Crlttenden, Dft. The defendant, Marie Jones Crittenden. is hereby warned to appear within thirty days tn the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. William R. Crittenden. Dated this IHh day of August, 1952. Both NOTICE In tfie Prnhale Courl of Chlcki- .intvhn nistrirt nf .Mlj-ilsjlppl County, Arkansas. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF VIDAL ASEBEDO, DECEASED No. J.122 Last known address of decedent: Armorel, Arkansas. Date of death: June n, 1052. The undersigned was appointed administralor of the estate of the above-named decedent on the 28th day of June. 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk All persons having claims against By Cherry Sue Barnes. D.C. the estate must exhibit them, duly B|12-19-26-9;2 [ verified, to the undersigned within Mail Coupon Today SAVE $30.00 Reg. $59.50 Value CITY REBUILT SINGER PORTABLE ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINE 5-YEAR GUARANTEE anrl meat. turned rocks. Julio Dcsebroofc, S6, flush the snakes out. He has been i are si catching snakes about 40 years, nnrt ! spread's, Dcscbrook has caiipht one sna nearly five feet lonn. The company i also permits him to sell the snakes' he catches. list. Peppcroni was listed as favorite among meat items, hired to Other are sh six months from the. date of the first publication nf this notice, or thy shall be forever barred nr.d precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published !0th day of August, 1052. Adron Russell. Administrator P. O. Box 36, Armorei, Ark. Ed B. Cook, attorney for administrator. to present final statistics on ali laws passed by (lie 82nd Congress. But this provides an excuse for congressmen nnd senators tri "extend their remarks." as it's called. This means getting reprints inr according to tuna, sar- the lawmakers on how Rood they were. Over 500 paces of this rlrivel cherished E ifts from home have been printed adjourned. And nt $250 per page "instant" -cocoa tea , it has cost the taxpayers about $125,000 to gel th« in the record. STRAIGHT s^-i* „."/•?-<••;;$* ,!»'* ,** /T*f2 'A / ' t i '> EXTRA Farmers Truckers Haulers Tire Sale! Horner- Wilson announces a special Irtick sale nf interest In every man who uses 825x20 10-ply lives. Too rmmv I ires are in slock now so (he price is slashed Io $(10 (plus lax) nnrl you can keep your old lires! All sizes of pas- senvrvr car lires are also Kre;Uly reduced in price during this one week sale while they last. • NJW MOTOR*NEW SEW LIGHT • NEW CARRVING CASE • NEW 5.SPEEO FOOT CONTROL 696 .MADISON AVKNl'K, iMEMPHIS, TF.NN. I would like a tree home demonstration of your fully guaranteed rebuilt Singer Sewms Machine at no obligation to me. City It R. F. D. Addreu—rieut Send Specific Dlrt«ttWM MAIL This Coupon Today Offer Expires AUK. 1 I I I I I . State ^m-<< ' • ? ^!-v.f,,t,K, .<*>.} 825 X 20 10-PLY TIRES FAMOUS MAKES: • Goodrich • U.S. Roycrf • Firestone • Goodyear And others, while they last Keep Your Old Tires: (Price I'lus Federal Tax, Of Course) HURRY SALE LASTS ONE WEEK ONLY ! PASSENGER TIRES AM ni/.es — many niaKrs of passenger car tires are included in (his one week sale. Come In Horncr-Wilson «hile you can find flic sizes you want! HORNER-WlLSON Hockcl Oldsmobile — GMC Trucks East Main Phone 205H

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