The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1952 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 12, 1952
Page 14
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FOVBTEBN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWi New Censorship System Devised For War Times Armed Services Fix Uniform Code for AH Service Branches By JACK RUT-LEDGE WASHINGTON (tf — A new, uniform system of censorship (or nil the armed forces soon will become effective in Korea. It also would apply wherever American forces becomt Involved In any wftr. The new regulation!* were announced yesterday by the armed forces. Officials said they bring Into one uniform order most of the separate rules nnd practices enforced by tne various services In the pnal, Most significant change is placing fteld press censorship directly under the public Information agencies of the services. Intelligence find other staff units have Imd this authority. Although designed primarily for overseas theaters of war, the regulations provide that censorship may be enforced within the continental United States upon orders by the President or secretary of defense if the country has been or Is about to be Invaded. The new regulations Include these provisions: Enforced Immediately Field censorship may he enforced Immediately upon a declaration of war by the U. S. r an armed attack upon this country, its territories, possessions or areas occupied or controlled by the U, 8., or after an armed attack on U. 6. forces anywhere. A Hieater, force or area commander may Institute field censor •hip under those conditions. Bui only the President or secretary of defense may remove censorship rc- otrlctlonc once ordered. Responsibility for setting up and enforcing military censorship remains, under the new regulations, wl^fr the fore* or area commander concercai, . C&nsorable Items include matter of value to an enemy, anything that would have an adverse cffecl upon (he combat efficiency of U 8. or allied forces, and ftilse or inaccurate material which would be detrimental to U. S. and allleil forces and of service to tin enemy, The reulallons forbid censorship ordered merely-on the grounds, ol "policy" or because of "antlclpatet adverse reaction by the American public." Negro Deaths FRIDAY, DEC. 1J, i Martha Pettigrcw Service! for Martha Pettigrew, 84, who died at her home on South IHh Street Sunday, are to be conducted. at 2 p.m. tomorrow At the Nemlah Temple Church by Elder M. Jones, pastor. Burial will be in ML Zlon Ccnio- tery with Caston Funeral Home In Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton Open High Low 1:15 Dec 3337 3955 3330 3355 Mch . ...... 3432 3437 3402 3410 May 3478 3419 3448, 3454 July 3490 3491 3460 3466 New Orleans Cotton Open High Low 1:15 Mch 3428 3433 3403 3410 May 3473 3475 3447 3452 July 3480 3490 34«J 3465 Oct .' 3420 3442 3422 3428 Chicago Wheat Open High law I:JJ Deo . .. 231*1 231% 230',4 231 Mch . .. 237% 237r. 235y t 53«H Chicago Corn Open High Low 1:15 Dec . .. 1C4X 105 164H 1C4X Mch . .. 169% 170 169 H 169% Soybean* Open High Low 1:15 Jan .... 303 303 2Q9V4 301 % Mcll 30-1 304K 301« 304 May .... 3<M'.4 304% 302K 304« July 301X 302'A 300 302V4 New York Stocks A T nnd T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Cocn-Cola ..,...,,..... Ocri Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Wnrd N Y Central Int Harvester J G Penney Republic , steel Radio '. Socony Vacuum Studebnkcr Standard of N J TexElfi Corp 56 1-B Sears 61 1-t U S Stee! 41 1-4 Sou Pao 44 5-J- Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III 1/B — <USDA)—Hogs 11,000; moderately active, uneven; barrowB and gills steady to 15 lower than Thursday's average with no change on 170 Ibs down; sows 25 to 50 lower; choice 180-230 Ib.l unsortcc for grade largely 10.15-17.10; few lots choice Nos. 1 and 2 lu-oumi 100-215 Ibs 17.15; 240-270 Ibs tul: width or choice grade 16.00-60; 280 300 Ibs largely 15.30-75; few 300350 Ibs 14.75-15.25; most 150-170 Ibs 15.50-17.00; 120-140 Ibs 13.25-15.00? few 15.25; sows 400 Ibs down 14.0075. heavier scwa 12.00-13.SO- boarfi 0.00-11.50. Cnttlo 1,000, calves BOO; trading generally slow and about steady at week's decline; mostly Individual head nnd a few small lots commercial lo good steers and heifers 1T.SO - 2-1.00; utilities 13.0015.00; utility nnd commercial cows 12.50-14.50. Statt S«ts Record In Collecting, Spend ing Money Ln*TL« BOCK (/P>—The steU of Arkansm tet all tlmt records for :ollecl!nK nnd apendlng money from IU own wurcci during the 1951-52 fiscal year. State Comptroller Lee Roy Beas- ley'a biennial report to the governor and the 1*53 Legislature shows the slate collected $101,207,91)0 from its own sources and spent $99,587,222. Benslcy mid the Btnte spent 1151,850,111 a& a whole during the fiscal period but ended with an unencumbered cash balance of $44.913,5«.54, or J7.433.622 more than the 1050-51 fiscal term. 168 1-2 fl5 ]-2 403-8 631-8 88 1-4 106 713-4 67 1-2 60 3-4 22 1-2 32 6D 1-4 441-8 29 35 7-B 38 76 Desha County Couple Winner In Plant to Prosper Contest DULLES Read Courier News ClnAstded Ads. charge. Survivors Include one son, Carl White, one sister, Lily Herman, and one brother, Jimmy Yarber. (Continued from Page 1) Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. (R-Mnss), designated ambassador to the United Nations. Both colled for a strengthening of the U. N. and said the International organization deters Soviet aggression. Hoth sntd discrimination in America must end because H threatens U. S. Attempts to lead a free world lo durable peace. Must Ixinti More Help And both Ktild private Individuals nnd groups must lend more help to other peoples and stop counting on government efforts, "Nothing has been more disastrous lo the cause ot freedom than our growing assumption that nothing happens unless government does It," Duties declared. He pledged the Eisenhowr administration to make plnce for the Individual and "group effort's" to supplement Mnrsliall Plan, PoEnt Four nnd similar foreign aid. ^ Dulles sought to reassure America's nllies. He noted some persons were frightened by Eisenhower's campaign discussion of liberating countries behind the Iron Curtain, nddlng: "Tlmt fear Illustrates the degree to which even free people have come to think In governmental nnd military terms." Dulles said U. S. military policy "must be only a defensive policy." lie recalled that Abraham Lincoln Interpreted Ihc Declaration of Independence to moan "liberty not alone to the people of this country but hope for the world for all future time." "The need today Is to rekindle faith in freedom, and to rnnkc it contagious, by a, fresh demonstration of whnt to do with freedom," Dulles said. "Musi Practice Fellowship 1 * "Throughout the world, there are myrind souls that suffer in humiliation find bitterness because of the white man's assumption of racial superiority. If freedom is lo seem worthwhile, then our people, who profess to be the champions of liberty, must voluntarily prnc- ttcn human fellowship." He said discrimination crumol be wiped out by governmental action. The responsibility, he added, "Is, first of all, a private one" ntul asked the churches to expand MEMPHIS (/Fj — Mr, and Mrs. Ernest H, Smith of Dcsha County, Ark,, were named winners last night of the $250 Tenant Sweepstakes prize in the 10th annual Plant to Prosper Contest. The contest, sponsored by the Memphis Commercial Appeal, drew entries from some 42,000 farm fam- Illec In four states. Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. McMastcr of Hardemann County, Term., received the $500 grand sweepstakes award. Other honors to Arkansans, included; The $100 Home Improvement Division sweepstakes to Mr. and Mrs. J .W. Richmond of near Paragould. The $100 sweepstakes prize In the Farm Operator Division to Mr. and Mrs. George n. Graves of nenr Ma- rinnna. The Pine Bluff Commercial was presented a plaque for Its aid in thn Plant to Prosper program. State winners received $100, $75 SET MO F LIFE New Mati FACTORY T. S> TELEVISION CENTER- Slucco hung. 1 hit Holl/d. » Vlnf. Ide*! (or office, business A living. AdJ lo NBC, CBS 575 month. Mr. DcSiir*. HM1I5 BEAUT. 2ND FL. OFFICES ON HOLLY'D BLVD A IN HUNT- NGTON PARK. REAS RENT NEB. HE-9K 1 : ENBRIAR B^mtifonr spncis. 14S13 Ventura le real eil. public Plenty of pri •>r nil Snffwny 3RB-- avail. Roberlf 10 yr. wi iovntlng ONAU. SLEEP keep your eye on Q*c_ spnc W. «pls. 2-1-1 reas. St. r tl SS33 Hollywc .UT. newly ripe. Accom. 4 Icribd. Reas. to Yucca IET hlllslrl tntr_ Fern WOOD niS So. L* delivery a * Fri. till the WANT ADS Mtn- m. 3000 »n. n. Offiw jnitt, also I rm. 50x-!0. one 18x30 hvnlorlov Park's loL CL-33RI REN1 Ad* placed before 9 a.m. will appear samt day. AH classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVELLE COURIER NEWS their efforts. "No Iron Curtain of despots, no cringing policies of the fearful, oat: lirevcnl moral nnd spiritual forces from penetrating into the minds and souls of those under the ruthless control of the Soviet Communist structure," DuUcs declared. Dulles said many In Communist countries "are rebellious In spirit." He said they accept dictatorship because freedom "seems barren' and because they are, part of a strong, dynamic movement. "When we show, so that all may see. that freedom'has meaning, then llio edifice of despotism will surely crumble," Dulles contended. and tSO for first, second and third places, respectively, in each divl- lon. They were: Landowner Division: Mr. and Mrs, Robert L. Flippo of Powhatnn; Mr. and Mrs. Arlo R. Morris of near Carlisle, and Mr. and Mra. Almus Pierce of near Maynard. Tenant Division: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Smith of .near Watson; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Wewers ot near Joncfiboro, and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Fowler of near Boxley. HUNT (Continued from Page 1) to win North Korea to Insure an Asiatic peace. "A country divided against Itself cannot stand," Short said. ''Unless Korea Is reunited, you're .;olng to have continual trouble In all of Asia...." It was Sen. Watldns (R-utah) whose suggestion for a Trumon- EtKenhower-MacArthur conference the President rejected at his news conference yesterday. Watklns said he Is "sorely disappointed and the people will be" by Truman's attitude. Sen. Welker Ul-Idaho) told reporters he thought the President had slandered both Eisenhower and MacArthur. Sen. Dworshak (R-Idaho) said he did not see how any president could be so arrogant. Read Courier News Classified Ads -la EISENHOWER (Continued Irom Page 1) la thought Congress should be "informed and consulted" at once if there is any new plan to end :he war.) Eisenhower Is relaxing sifter his three-day tour of the (roicn desolation of Korea and his cruise aboard the war.shlp Helena. On the ocean trip from Guam he huddled for long hours with heads ot his new Republican administration, shaping policy for Korea and the Far East. Eisenhower played golf yesterday. He got a birdie on one hole, aut took a nine on another. He kept his score to himself as he indulged in a half hour of practice. Ehots afterward. Indications are that the President-elect will .leave Saturday afternoon for Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Officials at Travis said he was expected there at 11 p.m. (2 a.m., EST, Sunday), two weeks almost to the hour from the time he left Travis on his Journey to Korea. Jupiter Has New 'Wrong-Way' Moon; It's Total Now is U U.M. (Continued from Page 1) few words of "adverse comment' against them. Lie has also asked the \J. S. government for the evidence on which a federal grand Jury based its charge that there was widespread disloyalty among American em- ployes of the U. N. Wiley said he had repeatedly argued will! high State Department officials to make the information available to Lie but said he had had no luck. By FRANK CAREY WASHINGTON «—Discovery of a new wrons-way-travelilng moon of the giant planet Jupiter was announced today by the Carnegie In- tltulion of Washington in its annual report. It's a pipsqueak in size as planetary satellites go and. like three others among Jupiter's total retinue of 12 moons, violates the heavenly traffic rules followed by the majority of celestial objects In the solar system. It cruises around Jupiter In an east - to - west direction, whereas standard operating procedure calls for a west-to-east routine. • While undoubtedly n help to moon-in-June songwriters on Jupiter, If any, the newly noted Jovian moon will provide no inspiration to the tin pan alley- operators on earth. It's visible only on photographic plates taken with' a giant telescope—a fact which may disappoint amateur astronomers who now can see four of Jupiter's moons with an ordinary telescope, and sometimes even with opera glasses. Jupiter itself has a varying distance of between 600 million and 307 million miles from (he earth. Its dozen moons are at differing distances from Jupiter—up to a maximum of about 20 million miles. The new one is in this outer fringe and it takes her 100 days to make a round-trip around Jupiter. She measures only H miles around the waist—compared with Jupiter's largest moons which measure 3,200 miles around and are 50 per cent larger than the earth's one moon. The discovery was made by as- tronomer Seth B. NicholMB al Uw Ml. Wilson and Palomar obccrva- lories operated Jointly by lh« Carnegie Institution and California institute of .Technology. Paragould Buys Utility Systems PARAOOULD UP) — The City of Paragould yesterday completed purchase of the Missouri Utilities Co.'« properties In Paragould and a one- mile fringe area for $300,000. " ' The transaction, which combined Ihe tv, r o utility systems here, «'&*( approved Doc. 1 by the Public Service Commission. Prohibition enforcement cost the United States almost $1,000,000 monthly. IT'S GETTING LATE! Here's a lovely mantel clock" Complete with mellow chime. Ringing to remind you ir'f Half-post shopping time! Hart Schaf flier And Marx SUITS & TOPCOATS Top the Gift List Choose HART SCUAFFNER S MAHX .... and you'll choose (lie best in suits and topcoats. Every man knows Ihe quality, nciiulifiilly tailored flnnnels, tweeds and worsted suits to suit every taste. Rich Gabardine and tweed (opcoats tailored lo perfection. Give him a-gift certificate and let him select his favorite garment. Avoid the Rush! Shop Now! By so doing you will have best selections to choose,from. Don't delay another day! // It's For A Man MEAD'S

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