The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 25, 1952
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, NOT. M, Supreme Court Puts Another Segregation Case on Docket WASHINGTON (fl — Th« 8u-» ftremt Court yesterday put a firth •ehool segregation case on Us dock«e »nd told one of the states involved in an earlier cas« to smak up. Or* order granted Delaware > review of a decision requiring ad- mlsson of Negro children to two public schools restricted by state taw t« use ot white pupils. 1 The high court specified that the Twlavare cast would be beard •long with similar segregation eases «ppealed I rom Kansas, .Virginia, .South Carolina, aiid the District of Columbia The arguments •re scheduled for December 8-9. In • second order, the tribunal •aid that In the Kansas case—appealed by a group of Negro parents—the state has not filed any briefs and has, not Indicated whether it would send an attorney to *rgue the Jwue next month The Supreme court also struck down as an infringement of re- liqious freedom a New York state taw designed to end Communist Infiltration into the Russian Orthodox Church in this country. The same 8-1 ruling held New York could not oust the archbishop of the church despite charges that he »as under Russian government domination. The deci-iion applies to Benjamin redchenkoff, who . had been ' removed from Saint Nicholas Cathedral of the Russian Orthodox Church in North America The calhedral Is in New York City. In other actiom yesteiday the high tribunal: 1 Refused to halt the Pittsburgh trial of Communist party organizer Bt«ve Nelson and four "other per- Isons on charge of plotting to teach «feilent overthrow of the U S eov- •Trnmenr. The five, contended Fhey could not get a.fnir trial'In Pittsburgh. HOLLAND NEWS •r 2 Held 5-4 that minors taken • broad bv their parents retain their United states citizenship even though they remain overseas after reaching their majority and even though they take an oath of allegiance to • foreign power 3 Refused to rule on validity of a 1947 Virginia law which restncted strikes by employes of" public'.utiif- tes but which has since been modified 4 Dismissed an appeal from a decision upholding Tennessee's corporation excise tax law which Imposes a levy of three and three- quarters per cent of annual net earnings. 'Veep' Observes 75th Birthday in Bethesdq Hps'pital BETHESDA, Md. (fl<)_vice President Alben w. Barkley observed O»s 75th birthdav yesterday S Barktir Is recovering at the Naval Medical Center here from an operation to remove a cataract from his eye It <vas performed a •Reek ago, and he was reported to be teelmg fine Mrs Barkley came to the center to spend the day: One pound of steel will make to miles of the wire used for watch hairsprings. Ot interest k tb* marriage ot irgmli Godsey, daughter of Mr. n<J Mrs. Leon Oodjey, to Allen uiel Heard, son of Mrs. B«rth« ar«« of Le'iichvlll*. The marriage was solemnized late •aturday in Steele «t the Baptist arsonage by the Rev. K Cook wflh fr. «nd ifrs. Virgil Carnal attend- B. Mrs. Heard attended school here. le wore i navy frock of pure Ik with fitted tapered torso styl- ig. The.gathered skirt made a full are. Scatter pins of rhlnestone ere her only ornaments. Acces- les were in mulberry suede with veiled cradle bonnet -of white ngora The gtoom attended the Leach- lie school For the past several ipnths he hns made his home with Is uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Irgll Carnal. A aedrimg trip will * made in two weeks to Florida y the neivlywerts who will remain lete for the winter. ANCIEM RITUAL—MODERN PRINCE-Crown Prince Akihito, 18, of Japan, is shown at left, gaibed in traditional Japanese ceremonial dress, at the conclusion of centuries-old ritualistic cerp- rnomcs during which he was proclaimed heir-apparent to the Japanese throne. The costume is believed to be over 1000 years old At right, in modern dress, the Crown Prince proudly wears Japan's Trf. nri« f"I! I 0 "' lhC " Grand Or<ler o f the Chrysanthemum" The prince will become the 125th emperor ot Japan, upon the death of his father. Emperor Hirohilo. Industry Looking for Young Men Willing to Work in Far Away Places NEW YORK (/P y — American industry, is looking for joung men willing to work in far-off places — Brazil. Iraq west, Afnca, the Philippines and other strange distant la no's. Job? in foreign trade are going begging, industry sources say. An indication of this .was seen it the recently concluded National Foreign Trade Convention here—a meeting of top manufactureis, financiers, exporters anrt importers whose farflling trade interests span the Avorld. TV.O hundred college students attended the three-day contention as guests of the sponsoring organization, the National foreign Trade Council. This uas the biggest student deleghtton ever imited to the annual went. fteic's a somple oi the advice they got: •An old hand at foreign trade, vice president W. B. Stebbins of "w, B. Grace &. Co./, told "the students.' 'We've found that men who haie been in business for themseKes or men who have acquired some experience In.the business would niake our best traders The kind of business they've been m isn't important. The man who has collected and sold « : «sle paper and made a little money out ot It may ha\e an easier job of ni.irkeun; his talents to us " Basically, Stebbins sild, success in . foreign trade is "still founded on the age-old copy book rules of business, which do not vary In sub- stance with eltner piace or time" He emphasized that the college- trained job hunter mutt be milling to start at the bottom. "The men in our personnel de partment have told-us that far too mail}' young men with good:" and thorough academic training approach us with the idea that they are prepared to assume adminls- tratne positions in our foreign trade setup. "Tins is tin fortunate because we cion't consider them ready " Whal kinds of business offers'ca- reers in foreign trade? Praciicol- !y any kind you can mention. Manufacturers of automobiles, locomotives, agricultural chemicals,, chocolate bars and corn plaster, to mention but a few .ship a certain percentage of their outpul overseas The laiger manufacturers in particular^ are seeking to hold and expand their foreign markets. .^,'> Arkdnsan Aboard Missing C124 WASHINCrTON W) — Th« Air Force yesterday listed 25 of Its personnel ^ho were passengers aboird the Globemaster plane missing over Alaska. The list included: S-Sgt R D. van Possen son oi Mr. L H. Van Fossen, Koute 2. Greenbrier, Ark. A-20 B F wwte, »hose listed ne^ of km is .Mr Clay White. 810 Beatrice St , Pordjce. Ark | Chrmniins carnival night was the •owning of three school queens Viday night. Alberta Edlngton bc- ame queen of the Hollind high .choo! with hei king, Lonn-.e Pruit both of the freshman class Taking Junior High honois was Patsy Bougher of the eighth grade v-ith her king, Floyd Martin in the elementary grades Sarah Ann Brown v,r>s ciowned by king Johnny Collins Queen and king elects of the e-~ mainmg grades were: seniors, Mm- nie Francis McArthur and Jerry Booker; juniors, Nadlne Lahue and Aubrej' Haye; sophomore Norms Kilbourne and Cletis Childera Junior High: seventh grade, Norma Carnal and Fdwird Canada' sivth grade. Sherry Ann Riddick and Carol Lbrreii. Elementary: fifth .grade, Odie Hicks and Llndel Booker- fourth grade. Paula Reardon and Robert Davis, third and fourth grade Carolyn Channel and Billy Harold Robertson; third grade, Martha Kidd; second grade, Phylis Hawkins and Rabourn tjndscy;' first Baibara Cope and Stanley Webb- first, Becky Swindle anrf Charles David Slaten. Town-Country Club Meets utrs Virgil utley entertained members of the Town and Country Club Wednesday m her home which was decorated wuh chrysanthemums and red berries, as well ns potted pltnfe. A etndf in* nut mixture with iced drinlM wu »«rv«d e«rty «ollow«l by . luncheon court* »t rhe clow of the evening, Winners In th« bridge ssmf w«r« Mr«. Clarence Utley, first ptaee; Mr«. Joe Cohoon, second high, «n4 Mrs, Joe Caleman, bridgo. Mlw HirWr Mat Maggie Harber w»s hostess Thursday night to the Federated Women's Club which met in the reception room of the home economic* building with » .prrserit for' a business,: anrt social gathering. Mrs. Vorls Workman discussed the list of club projects for the cl'.ib year. A Christmas part;- was planned for Dec. 11, when Mrs. By- ion Holly will entertain, and gifts between members will be exchanged. MIES Harber served fruit cake with cortee. P-TA Meets At the Parent-Teachers Association Tuesday Supt. L. N. Kinder T. o. WilUns and Clarence utley were program leaders. A detailed report was marie rm carnival fund expenditure and for what purpose the profits from the recent school carnival will be used Another subject approached for discussion was the nchool gradliw system. A expression by vote was made to use PTA funds on hand for a stage back drop. Mr Austin, Church of Christ mlnistei, gave a timely devotional which was followed by group singing of oui natonal anthem Membership dues were renewed with each member receiving a program folder for the coming year's theme of v-hich "Children's" Participation Program" for the next December meeting will include »n over-all school student affair. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dtiey and Mrs Murlon Utley and "children were guests from Friday until Sunday at Mr and Mrs W T Oakley's and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coplin's in New Madr'd Mrs Oakley, who has been ill recently, is Im proving At Mrs Florence Workman's and Mr and Mrs. Vorls Workman's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs Ira Zahner of Portageville; Mr. and Mrs James W. Gates of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. E M Hart- UeM anrt sons, lurry and Bather, at «H of MMta, Yrho wtr, _. - --„ from i week't vac«Mon In Fort Meytrs and Miami, n»., *-her« they had driven Mrs. Mlehi«'» mother, Mrs. Tom B«Mlcy, who »1)1 r«n»ln -, throughout t*» winter. Mrs. Clavde Edwards returned to St. Louis over the week end, «o- ^ompinied by Mr. Edwards, who :»m« Frldnjr. Ttie.r were overnight gue«t.i ot Mr. and Mrs Bud Blum" in Cape Oiiaideau Saturday. Gideon Crews reliirned homo Sunday from St Joseph Hospital n Memphis where he has spent wo H-eeks recovering tnm a recent Illness. Gary, win of Airman and Mrs Glenwood Taylor, who with nls mollier, lives at his grandparents «r. and Mrs Earnest McCraiy's, Is much Improved after A serious *"\r Infection. Terry Lee Samford also Is much better. He is suffering with a slight heart condition and compH- "itions. Board Stivers is Improving, although still incapacitated, after a -cent.heart attack. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Max Park- Sunday .were Mr. and Mrs Charles Ford of Kelser, Ark, Cpl Joe Correll arrived home over the week end to join his wife •ind baby and patents. Mr and Mrs. Clifford Correll. having re- •elvrd his release nflcr two scars ierace in the Army stfsnal Corps His lalest assignment was Halloman Air Base in New Mexico. Mr/ Correll, who h a graduate of the David Rankin Trade School In St Louis, will make his home there the near future. FINE FOODS PICKARD'S Grocery & Market Fresh Dressed Poultry Frosted Fruit! FoncyPork Nationally Advertised Products and Fancy Groceries A LARGE VARIETY OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK. Phone 2043 We Deliver 1044 Chickasawba Tocfay or 75fnom>w... You'//ft/*/ "Rembmo* of Air.,^ mobile Design", r\mn Farina ix the wrfii's foremost cwj^m .car designer. //« royal crest oppzan on only ffie'costliest handcrafted 1 cars — and on jV-iM Golden Airflytts- Fann.i stj \ms.praiirte; more limn I'Vi square feel of usable floor space in luggage "conipanrnenl. Tail light cone fall gas intake. K 3K OVER, the new cars that are being introduced these days. You'll find none as new as"the Nash Golden Airflyte. No other cars can offer the ahead-of-thc-time continental styling of Pinin Farina. Only in Nash can you find such exclusive features as Airliner Reclining Seats, Twin Beds and Weather Eje Conditioned Air System. Yes—compare them all, feature by feature. You'll agree— the distinctive new Nash Ajrfiyte leads the whole world in beauty, performance, economy ant) comfort—today—tomorrow—and in the future years to cornel Farina styling means new beauty ard comfort *ith the accent on roominess Wwr \t front and rear \eats of any car. Eren Reclining Scats ami TH m Beds if you wish. Farina styling narrows front pillars to eliminate "blind spats '. A'nv con- nneraal sloping noarl sho* ; you mart of the road for safer, toiler orbing. Farina styling Is complcmcfirca' by the rtrn- Stfficr-Jflfirc ingine—praieJ in competition tht \ivflcf am for per- formanee, endurance ana" economy. Farinj styling features nc-*> "Road-Guide" fenders, togitc the eye an aiming point for fasy parking and pajsing. Farina styling is functional' and practical. \Vtdc doors art square-cm for easy octets. Farina styling gives greatest eye- c • . ' fael visibility. iVid? s , one-piece * na ^"S m>c " f u!i <^ H'mtiMcla-pioneered by Nash on ", Constrmnon for greater alt models. Widest rear window. *?**>', ""* "id'ty-and lasti •omjrom of *" strength, ing free- dy-bolt squeaks and rattles. ANG DK.fV£ AMERICA'S Mwesr ANI> SMARTEST CARS AT YOUR NEARBY ~Mm^JL DEALIR TODAY I SHELTON MOTOR COMPANY, 117 East Main/Blythevilie Farina styling Incorporates enchifd from wheels to cut air drag. Exclusive rflex front Suspension lt\fls roaa bumps — absorbs shocks and noist. PHOVMIX, Art*. *> - JMMd m. Had knt lonely aymort — and hit neighbon kntm- nor why h« ivoid- •d li/€ fta live long year* Police Jound Hall's withered body aundair in the riamt wtiere hi* wife died In 1947. On th« floors were five years' accumulation of newspaper! a n d letters. . A heavy layer , of dust covered «very room but the one in *htch he lived. There was no food. Bank hooks showed the 73-year- old Hall had $12000 in three phoenix banks. A wallel held »IM in cash. Yet the medical examiner (aid he died of malnutrition. When he died sometime last week- Hall weighed 100 pounds. Evidence showed he lived for years on milk and bread. A 1947 calendar was on the wall Officers were called to Investl- gatf when Alfred N. Letarte, . door ' ar " h»d permitted no on» -M »W I JVw Bvt years he left horn* only once a -day - to pi ace fioweM on the headstow rf hU in/e's gr»»e— Letarte said. Police said Hall probably dfed Thurstiay But In their report VK* they wrote: "This man died t\vr year* ««. . .» PIESCIIPTIOKS Fresh Stack Guaranteed Best Pricts. Kirby Drug Stores Aluminum Plant Begins Operation ROCKDALE. Tex (/p)_The Rock- date works of the Aluminum Company of America began production yesterday with the first, aluminum poured. When completed the Rockdaie plant ^ill Include » smelting plant with four potlmes and an annual production capacity of no million pounds of aluminum A second pot- line \R expected to begin producing In December The other tv,o start production In the fall of 1953. 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