The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 7, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 7, 1952
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TUESDAY, OCT. 7, 1052 (ARK.) COURIER NEW! VAGI NIH1 AnotherPotatoShortageNext iSpring Likely, USDA Predicts The H«ll Bomb-1 i WASHINGTON Wl —There may * Be another potato shortage next ', spring, the Agriculture Depart< m'ent said today. 1 Basing its outlook on Ihe Sept. 1 crop report, the department said for W53 as a whole, however, formers probably will produce more potatoes nnd other fresh market crops ihan in 1852 if tho weather r Daughter of Gen Krueger Faces Charge of Murder -•- TOKYO l/Pl — Mrs. Dorothy .-.•Smith; daughter of Gen, Walter --.Krliegcr, has been charged with ^•murder in the fatal .stabbing Sat- -rurdny of her husband, Col. Aubrey :D. Smith, (Jen. Mark Clark's headquarters announcer} tonight. quartet; said, "This case will be handled in accordance with norms procedure. The charge is now being investigated as required by statute —namely Article 32 of the Uniform Code.of Military Justice. Should tho investigation establish that trial I The attractive woman, mother of i warranted, the charge would be re i children. Is held under observation in a Tokyo Army hospital. - A spokesman in Clark's head- Farley Claims }Hixon Hasn't Disclosed All fcrrcd to an appropriate military iurt for trial." The spokesman said. "A charge of murder has been preferred." It was reported unofficially that under Army regulations, should s average or better. It added (hat supply and demand irospecls indicate prices will av»r age slightly below thl* year' evets. A seasonal drop In potato price is expected when the 1952 late cro begins to move In voluin*. port added. Next year's production of true crops may be larger than th year when uutavorabla weather 1 some areas reduced the yield causing alternate periods of gin and scarcity and sharp price va iations, the department said. Because of relatively high prices received for most truck crops In the last two years, the department predicted growers likely will attempt to produce aUleast as large a volume as this year and In that event grower and consumer price* probably will average « little lower than in 1952. The department said prices for canned anil frozen vegetables from By JAY HEAVILIN and RALPH LAN! ritt un'i ck«m- kol «W«M «i Hi* form ' MMblK the sun to radiott Iwa* end l . 111M by Cornel thai energy it released when hydrogen atom in Hw «i« bine to foun h«lium. ; NEW YORK, Wi—Former Post " master General James A- Parley says Sen. Richard M. Nixon has; jiot made ft complete disclosure of ^his- finances and should be asked '•' do. so by the nation's news" papers. ,_. Farley, one-time Democratic na- ^.tlonal chairman, spoke Af the Re* . publican vice presidential canclt- ;,"date last night on the Mutual ^^Broadcasting System's recorded . "Reporters Rcur.-uftV program.. ^ "I cion'l think he u-Iixon) can get away with It," Farley said. "A great many people are aware vthnt he hasn't told the whole story. VThe- .American people will wanl ~ the. complete story and they are ^entitled to 11." Mrs. Smith be brought to trial It would be held In Tokyo. The Army previously reported: A maid found Smith. 45, ot San Antonio, Tex., on Ills bed vainly trying to stem Ihe flow of blood from a wound iri his right side. His darcd wife sat on an adjoining bed clutching a knife. Mrs. Smith was taken to an Army hospital for observation. She has not been permitted to tee any outsiders, Including members of lier family. The hospital commander reported today that she is In good condition. A previous report said she was becoming "more lucid." now until mtd-1953 are expected to remain levels. generally near present 'Lover Boy' to Reform School As Theima Begins Jail Term .5 Persons Die in Blast V MEXICO CITY (fl*i—Five persona were reported killed and 12 seriously ^injured yesterday in an explosion * at the government munitions plant ^on the outskirts* of the capital, . Courier News Classified Ads. Hound Set Free By Gunshot Blast ROSSVILLK, Oa. (/P)— Butch, a 5-yeur-old hound chained under a binning house yesterday, howled helule.ssly "a .escue efforts were blocked by flames. A passerby, V J. B. Durham of Chickamauga, Ga., seized a shotgun nnd fired at the dog's head hoping to the hound's suffering. The pellets only clipped the dog's collar, however, and Butch dashed off tn n cooling brook. Frankie, Aver Disagree Over Career Problem ST. LOUIS LT1—A career prob 1cm has upset the Frank Stnatra- Ava Gardner marriage, but it Isn't serious,'the crooner reported last night. "We have a career problem," Sinatra declared. "But I ihlnk everything will work out all right. I'm going to see my wife in about 10 days Ih Hollywood." Sinatra said hts wife's plan to make a movie In Africa hadn't brought on a disagreement, adding: ... She can go to Korea If she wants. I never interfere with her career." He said they had had some disagreements hut nothing serious. Sinatra is singing at a night club here. NEW BRAUNBBia, Ten. (JP) —' Th« cure may not work but "Lover boy" has gone to reform school and Tlielma li In jail for 60 days In an effort —by authorities —to break up their torrid romance. Theima i« 27-y«ar-oW Mrs. Horace Henderson, mother of three, nnd "lover boy" It a leen-aged Casanova whom authorities do not name. Said Theima of "Lover Boy's 1 ' lrat« mother: "I hope sht's satisfied now she's got me In jail." The mother didn't -like it when her boy stayed out two or three nights In a row with the petite, blue-eyed blonde, and it was she who made the complaint, that got Theima behind bars . . . and sent the boy to the Gatesvllle State school for boys. "I don't see where I did anything wrong," Theima said, "I always brought him home to his mother." Theima was accused of contributing to delinquency of minor. Horace, the husband, sued for divorce and custody of the three children—Berthie. 6: Betty, 2; and a ten-months old son. When Bell Tolls Eight It's 4, J, or Midnight WELWLEET. Mass. W) — When lie bell In the town clock strikes eleht, the residents of this Cape Corl town knou' It's either noon, 4 o'clock. 8 or midnight. The ship's bell Idea. WAS approved by. the annual town meeting us In keeping .with the town's seagoing tradition. Tlie bell was adjusted during the past week. So far, tlie only . persons mystified by the ne\v bell system are visiting landlubbers who know nothing about the salty system time keeping.' Aboard ship, bells divide the bay Into four-hour segments. Twelve o'clock Is eight bells; 12:30 The United \ marked by one bell; 1 o'clock t Nations Command today told the u '° he!!s ancl I0 on unt " e| e' bells at 4 o'cock nnd again at Thelma's sentence, plus $57 for court costs, was dealt out by Judgo J. T. Fuches after pretty little Theima and "Lover Boy" rr^oaled- ly disobeyed his warnings and broke a court order not to be seen with each other In p'ubllc. Asked if she atlil luved Horace or preferred "Lover Boy," Theima answered: "Well. I've got 60 days to Ihlnl if. over." Reds Told Reason For 'Plane Flight' : ive Doctors Revive Baby : rom Deaf/7 MUNSAN, Korea Reds a U. N. plane Inadvertently flew over the Panmunjim neutroi truce tnlks site Friday, The Reds had protested. Col. Charles \V. McCarthy, top U, N. liaison otficer> said in ft letter to the chief Red liaison officer: "This incident is regretted and the United Nations Command will continue In Us efforts to prevent such overflight." o clock. CLEVELAND (/!'(—Working fover- slily, !lvc physlclajis revived a dyne baby yesterday otter he stranded on a piece of orange. They es- Imated his heart stopped beating or at least 10 minutes. Tlie Infant, Demetrius li. Morgan, 2, was unconscious when his itlier rushed him toi 81. Luke's .ospltal. A tracheotomy operation opened his throat mid a dodo Bthed -down a tube Into the ip«nlng to provide air. The piece of orange was lifted out through the Incision. Another iteration opened the child's chest, and a doctor reached in and JTIM- saged the baby's still heart. Then four *or five minute* later, the little organ began beating [ftin, A nurse estimated the entire operation took only io cr 12 minutes. The child wns reported In fair condition. In ttm#* past, commercial nation* traditionally kept the informfttlon they gathered about, navigation ol the high aeas secret, but in recent years there has been an effort t* co-ordinate this information^ Lighthouse Keepers Fetec WINNIPEG, Canada (>P)—Dona! Sayer nnd Roderick E. Spence hav received long -service mcdnts from QUceii Eli?.abi!th in recognition of the 26 years they have spont !tt isolated lighthouses on Lake Winnipeg. Both were retired recently. STRAIGHT The process known aa "crRcMn*" ob t a ins a p p roxim a te ly twice as much gflsoltne Irom a barrel ot crude oil as was formely obtained by straight distillation. Jusf like a 6oosf In Station Power! ifew for "53 .. THfgh Fidelity PHILCO Announcing the 1952-53 Essay Contests of THE LION OIL COMPANY which will award COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS to Students and Teachers Come in for a Demonstration of this Exclusive Phiko Development that Revolutionizes Fringe Area Reception TELEVISION WITH TUNER Now... For th* First Time CUA3 STEADY PICTURES in Vast New Arvas Here'ssensational television newa for residents of noisy locations or remote fringe areaa. New Philco development is "j»et like a boost • in station power"... brings greater distance... greater freedom from interference than was ever befor* thought possible. Get th* full story now of this sweeping advance—ask to see the new Philco 2228 with huge 245 sq. inch picture. Lion Oil Comjtany J\a,i again expanded ths Lion Oil Scholarsliip Fund—tliis time to provide additional scholarships for Jiig/i school students and scholarships for elementary school teachers* mg well as high school teachers. The future progress of the South depend* not only on educational advancement of Southern Your7i— our Future Lenders, hut also on the continuing advancement of SoutJiern teachers who guide our Soiitiutrn boys and. girts. SCOPC OF STUDENT-ESSAY CONTESTS BROADENED Tw*/v* $1,OOO Scholarships for High Schoo.' Students 372 Cosh Awards for Students and Sponsors NEW CONTEST ZONES For th« third consecutive year, Lion Oil Company win •ward Khotarshipc aad cub. u prizes in > Kries of essay contests. The serie« will ooncist erf four contests, open to high school stxKlaits m public, private or parochial sclxxils ic a.-a« where !Jo« petroleum products are sold at llw *g.rftk.Uo^ The tofel ire* of eftefbAily k iKvklrd into three geographical zone* whkft are described in detail in ll)e Scholarship j^md Rules Booklet. In each of the four con- fce*ts to he hcM during this school year, « separate set of awards will be offered in each zone. Thus, students m a aone wiU not compete again* itadcnts »i other SCHOLARSHIPS mm m M etcri mjoe, in each of the (ow CM>-, MORI EASY TO ENTER To entcr t a high school stirdent miat wrllrs an essay in 500 words or less, get the essay approved and signed by his teacher, and send H to: I.ION OIL SCHOLARSHIP FUND El Dorado, Arkansas FIRST CONTEST STARTS NOW Tiie subject for the first contest is: "My Definition of Goo<f Citizenship" Entries must be postmarked before midnight, October 31, 1052. Subjects for the other essay contests will he announced Bt > later dale and are listed in Run* Hnotlcls. tat* wn • one-year jchoUnfcip (cast v*lue $1,000) to My «<xml»W college or nuiversitY of hfe or her chok*. Tb* pchol«r4iip« XT nniixMl in that they we suJEcM** *o covtr not only hiitron, b«t also such iocider.bil expenses x Wxffatory fws, hooks, room and hoard. Twelve schol- r" v.-:H be awwtied oWing the >ci*>ol year. School Students . . . Don't \fiss this Opportunity to Attend the College oj Your Choice on a Lion Oil Scholarship Ask your teacher or principal for free rules Ixxiklet, or write the Lion Oil Scholarship Fund. NOW, ESSAY CONTESTS rOR GRADI AND HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS Six $I,2OO Scholarships Now . . . Lion Oil offers Southern teachers hi elemerc- tary and Inch schools the opportunity to win scholarships for advanced eilucJitkm. Lion will conduct Iwo essay contests for Sor.tSiem teachers. Three winners will he selected in each contest. The three winners in cnch contest will e^cU receive a $1,200 scholarship to the college oc university of his or her choice. Teachers, principals nnd superintendents teaching hi puhlic, private and parochial high schools or elementary schools in areas where Lion petroleum products are sold at the sign of the Lion arc eligible to enter these contests. 'Jl\e first contest is now npcn. To enter, a teacher should write an essay in 1,500 words or less on the following subject: "What I Can Do To Become A ISetter Teacher" Entries in this first contest must !>e postmarked before midnight of November 30, 1952. For complete ir'oimation write the Lion Oil Scholarship Fund. HUBBARD&SON i Phone 4409 FURNITURE Blythevillc MORI CASM PRIZES Tk* amber o( ment nwardi in cock oontrM h*i been faijuKMtJ to 45; that B, IS in each zone. If >n eway doe« •at wi« a <I,000 scholarship hut is »mcing the 15 next W*( cntriei • > none, the writer will receive > cash award •f |!?S.nO. One hundred «ml eiglrty merit awards will be grm* <Wing tiM tcbool yew. TEACHER-SPONSORS WIN, TOO The teacher sponsoring a first-place winner in any contest icocivet $200 cash. A teacher sponsoring the winner of * (25.00 merit award will receive $25.00 cash. NEW JUDGING SYSTEM Euays will be rated on tlie following basis; (1) Interest and originality ............ BOX (2) Excellence «od clarity of presonlation . 30t (3) Neatness ....................... Vfl )ndces will be educational leaders selected (rotn varioul ti i i n m Endorrcrf by Stale Education A-iliKiaHonf amA Crtboltc Dioccwn Offifr' of Arkimxu, Mii!tef;i;il nrw< Tcrmem*. Why The Scholarship Fund/ Was EttablithmJ Ijon Oil is part-and-parccl of the South, employing more than 2,600 persons with r-rj annual payroll of more than $11,000,000. Lion Oil manufacture! more than sixty petroleum products which keep the wheels of Southern industry, transportation and agriculture spinning. Lion's nitrogen fertilizers enrich the soil of LION OIL El Dorcrdo Southern farms . , . help Southern fanner? produce more and better crops. The Scholarship Fund is Lion Oil Company*! way of saying, "We believe in the South . . . are eager to assist its sons and daughters . . . oiir good neighbors. We're proud to DC M Hotn« Folkj -Good Neighbors!" COMPANY Arkansas

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