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April 8, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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THURSDAY APRIL 8,1954 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWg PAGE FIVE UN Starts Debate on Israeli-Arab Border Raids UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. WJ—. The IS.vs. Security Council turned today to a debate that may lead to a general review of murderous Israeli-Arab border raids in Palestine. The council agenda listed rival Lebanese and Israeli complaints but Western members hoped to l*»np them together as one item. Council president for this month is Andrei Y. Vishinsky of the Soviet Union, who twice this year has vetoed Western-backed Palestine resolutions that the Arabs disliked . Two ambassadors to the United States—Abdul Monem Rifai from Jordan and Abba Eban from Israel—are representing the two countries most concerned in the debate. Neither is on the council and Jordan is not in the U.N. Lebanon acted on Jordan's behalf in filing her complaint against Israel a week ago. Four days later Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Yemen joined in it. It charges that •'military trained Israelis" attacked Nahalin village in Jordan the night of March 28, blew up the mosque, killed nine Arabs and wounded 19 others. Israel in turn lodged four complaints against Jordan Monday. She charged these violations of the 1-949 Israel-Jordan armistice agreement: 1. Refusal to attend a conference with Israel on armistice issues called by Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold at Israel's request. 2. An armed attack fatal to 11 Israeli bus passengers March 17 in Israel's Negeb Desert. 3. Other "acts of hostility" and "constant threats against Israel security." 4. Refusal to let Israelis visit holy places and other sites in the Jordan section of divided Jerusalem. H-BOMB (Continued from Page 1) first explored in l»42. was affected by the "general slowdown" after World War TL but a "small re aearch program" was maintained The Soviet A-bomb explosion of Sept. 23. 1949. prompted the first "major consideration" for devel oping H-weapons , he said, and created a top-level debate that lasted until Truman ordered all-out production Jan. 31, 1950. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature THE SCREEN'S MIGHTIEST SPECTACLE: PARA.MOCXT i Cecil RDeMillesl Cleopatra. Ciaudette Colbert Warren William Henry Wilcoxon Ian Keith Joseph Schiidkraut C.Aubrey Smith Gertrude Michael _AND— Cartoon "Johnny Jet" FRI. & SAT. Double Feature COMMA ncnwi RANDOLPH SCOn THE STRANGER WORE A GUN CLAIRE THEVOR .c ant wow* • aonet mtuwr -Mrawft»« —AND- COUWIA PICTURES Dttunts .WEISSMULLER JUNGLC JfM VALLEY OF , HEADHUNTfRS will! CHRISTINE IAHSON «rt T*«HBA(TM T»l«ltKj ttmpl- Sc?« h« by SWIUCL NWMAN • ftult upon llw '*^ J ""fl e1( {ffi£Ji f tttwu SjiKNMM nwxHW "*»'•' *»£H* " SM " WTI ^ OincKd ty M.LWM KM Serial "Jungle Raiders" No. 2 Cartoon "Pandy Goes Fishing" Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton (12:30 quotations) May 3412 3415 3408 34101 July Oct Dec 3428 3410 3405 3434 3418 3417 Thunderstorms Lash North and Central Arkansas By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wind, rain and electrical storms lashed north and central Arkansas last nig-ht. causing a flash flood in a residential section of Little Rock. Firemen, using department boats, rescued three persons from a flood- BUSINESS (Continued from Page 1) iness slump of January and February, which is usually felt more severely in agricultural areas such as ours than in more populous regions. For the most part. March increases this year followed the general form of past years on a per- 3409 3405 3412 3410 ed house in the low-lying southwest | centage basis. New Orleans Cotton May July Oct Dec . 3409 ..3427 . 3410 . 3407 3411 3432 3419 3417 3406 3427 3406 3426 3409 3407 3410 section of Little Rock. A creek that runs through the area was flooded when 1.33 inches of rain fell on the city within a short period last night, The U. S. Weather Bureau at Lit- Chicago Soybeans May July Sept Nov 359}- 366 359V4 365J-4 272 275 J -> 252 1 /- 255" 359 359»' 272 3^21 tie Rock said several points reported high winds, lightning, and heavy rains, but that it had received no reports of damage. Light hail also was reported at some cities. 365 34 ! Des Arc recorded the largest 354 j rainfall—1.73 inches. Other towns reporting rain included Dardanelle Chicago Wheat May July 219 21514 217 Chicago Corn May ... 149 149~ 8 July ... 1503 4 152 38 215 ISO?-; 2543-4 218' 216" 14934 1.08 inches: Crystal Valley .86 of an inch; Pine Bluff, .52; and Clarendon .45. Ntw York Stocks (72:45 (Notation*) A T and T 164 Arner Tobacco 62 3-8 Anaconda Copper 34 3-4 Beth Steel 58 3-4 Chrysler 61 Coca-Cola 123 3-4 Gen Electric 109 Gen Motors 67 Montgomery Ward .., 61 N Y Central 22 1-2 (Continued from Page 1> Nam, a "target date for freedom." said the United States ought to crowd the French'toward such an action. On the other hand. Magnuson said he doubts that Indochina is ready for complete independence and believes if this country \vent too far along that course it might upset a delicate political balance in Paris. Dispatches from London and Paris indicated that the urgency- Int Harvester 29 7-8 j voiced in Eisenhower's and Dulles' Republic Steel 51 ! recent statements is not reflected Radio 28 Socony Vacuum Studebaker 40 18 7-3 Standard of N J 81 7-8 Texas Corp 68 1-4 Sears 61 3-8 U S Steel 43 1-2 Sou Pac 41 3-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111., (#)— (USDA)— Hogs 7.500; active: barrows and gilts 180 Ib up strong to 10 higher than yesterday's average: lighter weights steady to 25 higher; sows unchanged: bulk choice 180-240 Ib 27.50-85, with 27.75 most freely paid price: 240270 Ib 26.75-27.50: few to 27.75: small lots 270-310 Ib 26.00-27.00; 150-170 Ib mostly 27.25-75; sows 400 Ib down 24.75-25.25; heavier sows 23.75-24.50; boars 17.50-21.00. Cattle 1,700. calves 700; opening moderately active and fully steady to strong on .all classes: small lot high choice yearling steers 24.25; few loads and lots commercial to high good steers and butcher yearlings 17.50-21.00: utility and commercial cows 11.50-14.00; canners and cutters 9.00-11.50: lightweight shelly canners 7.00-8.00: utility and commercial bulls 13.00-14.50; cutter bulls 11.00-12.50; good and choice vealers 21.00-26.00: individual head prime to 28.00: commercial and low good vealers 15.0020.00. in official pronouncements there, but rather that there is a disposition to see what can be accomplished at the April 26 meeting in Geneva, where Red China, as well as the Soviet Union, will be represented. Sewing Machine Firm to Move SOUTH BEND, Ind. UP) —Singer Sewing Machine Company's cabinet plant here will be closed in the next seven months, a company spokesman said yesterday. A Memphis newspaper reported that the company is considering moving its South Bend facilities to Trurnann, Ark. Company spokesman Dale I. Parshall said that Singer's South Bend plant will gradually reduce operation in a consolidation of woodworking facilities. He did not disclose where the Most, common explanation for reduced sales this year as compared Jop Boat Docks At Tokyo with Radioactive Tuna TOKYO r ... A Japanese boat apparently exposed to radiation in-: pen exp returned tammaic activity .he second U. S. hydro.,-.,,!! ;U Bikini March 2(5 li^ue today with a cou- c;>;r.o of tuna, Kyodo ncy said. counters showed radio- board the vessel, was , just be!o\\ ;ho dancer point bin. its to 1953. especially in the field of {cargo oi :<:•;.ooo pounds oi tuna was durable goods, was concerned with Deportee, i::m uerously radioactive, the generally tighter money situa- woodworking moved. operation would be Reid Will Attend Two CLLA Meetings Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid will leave tomorrow for Atlanta and Miami where Mr. Reid will attend meetings of the Commercial Law League of America, which he is serving as president. In Atlanta, they will attend a meeting of members of the Georgia Fisherman Drowns TEXARKANA I/PI — A 30-year-old Texarkana fisherman. Billy Fred Parsons, drowned when his boat overturned in the Texarkana Dam j Reservoir. Parsons' three companions swam to safety. Plane Hits Hospital CAIRO '/Pi—A single-engine Egyptian air force plane plowed through a hospital in suburban Cairo today. Patients and staff were unhurt. The pilot was killed. region Saturday Mr. Reid Will be the banquet speaker Saturday night, i vention which will Monday, he meets with south I Beach in July. Florida members to work on details for the group's national con- be in Miami ON OUR METALLIC CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements Big-as-life and twice-as- naturalin M-G-M's hilarious comedy of a honeymoon-on- wheels...onthereal life-size Motion Picture Screen!... and in COLOR THE toNG, LONG TRAILER aramount News and Cartoon "Do or Diet" area fi-osi: March 17 to March 31. but the i'ap!;!m said he never was inside the -really expanded dimmer zone suiTinmdiM}; (he teM area. Crewmen said they saw no explosion and the ship was not showered w;ih radioactive ash. as was the Lucky Dragon which returned did last year, thus delaying the I with 23 seriously injured crewmen tion and tighter self-imposed credit restrictions. • • • Another reason, expressed by !some in clothing and accessory lines, was the fact, that Easter falls much later this year than it The fished in the Bikini usual Easter sales boost from March to April. While retail consumer goods have shown some loss, the construction] business is enjoying a higher rate; of activity than in the first quarter of 1953, with prospects for a considerably better year in the mouths to come. This is true not only in the Blytheville area but is a general situation throughout the Eight Federal Reserve District, according to a recent report of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, which placed construction activity in the region of a near record level. Local contractors estimated construction to be running about 10 per cent ahead of last year. Biggest reason for the increase was said to be a general easing of loan restrictions and a new policy of. insurance after the March 1 explosion. companies loans. in purchasing home Big 3 Reject New E. German Setup BONN, Germany L-P) — The three Western allies announced today they will "continue to regard the Soviet Union as the power respon- fore"'the" recent Announcement "of sible *or the Soviet Zone of Oer- pfens to locate a metal fabricating I manv ' des l» le the recent * rant of plant here, the picture for coming months has quickly taken on a As has been the case for Blytheville during the past several years, most predictions and opinions concerning future business conditions here are surrounded by indefinite factors of the air base and new industry. Since this survey was made be- Three Missco Convicts Poroied Three men sentenced to the State Penitentiary from Mississippi County were paroled yesterday by the State Parole Board, including one man who h ;( s served more than 25 years o! a 41-year sentence, it was reported today. Brosa Sutrnn. Negro, was convicted in 1921) on a charge of second dei-ree murder. His release was ordered yesterday. Also paroled were Arlene Garner, who was sentenced to 33 months on a charge of voluntary msnslfimiS-.tor, arm Adam Hay, who was .sentenced to 10 years in November. 1948, on a charge of grand larceny. brighter glow. And if the base becomes a reality, as appearances now indicate it will, business should be stimulated to a new all-time high. A-Agreement Covered H-Bomb, Churchill Says LONDON WJ — Prime Minister Churchill told the House of Commons today that in his opinion his secret wartime atomic agreement with President Roosevelt would have applied also to the hydrogen bomb. Churchill's statement, made In reply to Laborite questions, ran counter to an official White House view that the agreement, made in Quebec in 1943, would not apply to the H-bomb. ! sovereignty to the East German regime. The United States, Britain and France said in a joint statement they "do not recognize the sovereignty of the East German regime, which is not based on free elections, and do not intend to deal with it as a government." Assembly Line Autos Damaged METUCHEN, N. J. UP)—One hundred autos have been damaged on the assembly line of the Ford Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury division plant at Ra Titan Township, a company spokesman announced today. The cars were damaged Tuesday night and last night just before the plant .shut down until Monday in a production shift which involves the layoff of 1,400 employes on the night shift, the spokesman said. »••••••»•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••»•••••*••• OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS 'lUiTW v ? V £ ^:,^' 'I \/i -, l<U>t£%<V|#-< ?S?^^ '«-:^;V \> Burton M«cL»n*v JohnLlt«l ' A UNOSLEY PARSONS Production • Associate Produce JOHN BURROWS HAROLD SCHUSTER • Written by WAftftf N DOUGLAS PLUS TWO CARTOONS: "Shcffmaktr & Elvts" and "Of Thtt I Sing' U. of A. May Okay Contracts for 2 New Buildings FAYETTKV1LLB t/Vi—'l'lie University of Arkansas Board of Trus- toos ivmv approve contracts lor more than a million dollars in construction work on the campus ut Pnyeltc- ville. The board is expect cA Ui award the conlnicts Saturday when it meets in Little Rock. New bids, opened yesterday for const ruction of (he fielxlhouse and animal science buildine: here, were found to be within available- funds. Total for nil work on the two projects is $1.049.321- Twister Hits Illinois; One Woman Is Killed KANKAKEE, 111. (,?) — A tornado whirled through n narrow. 15-mile lon« path of destruction In north- ern Kankakee County Wednesday. A woman was killed, at least a dozen persons were injured, several dozen farm buildings were destroyed, some livestock were killed and communications and utility lines leveled. Fire Destroys Lumber Firm D1KRKS l-V> -- Fire, fanned by high winds nt the height of a rain and thunderstorm, swept through the Diorks Lumber and Coal Co., sawmill here lust night, practically destroying this town's only industry. Plnnt officials estimated that darnngo would run into hundreds of UiiH!s:>nds of dollars. M.nny of the plant's 350 employes probably will be out of work temporarily. MOX -Theatre- On West Main Sh In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat,. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen THURS.. & FRI. Double Feature / p,Mi«iim l ^^ w-hy TECHNICOLOR «..,.«RICHARD TODD~~JOAN Rict —AND— MCRMHSfcCUV PLUS CARTOON ROSE BUSHES 5 lor *1 25 While They Last BLOOMING SHRUBBERY WEfCKLA • SPIREA Pink Flowering MOCK ORANGE * ALMOND Climbing Roses 500 AIM ERIC AN • PAUL'S SCARLET All Prices Good Through Saturday BLYTHEVILLE NURSERIES FIRST & ASH PHONE 8822 YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Last Times Tonight ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Paris Model The RUSTIC NNOUNCES Delivery of a New Organ... Relax and enjoy the Delightful Dinner Music nightly. Mrs. Hendrix, well known organist and teacher in this area, is at the keyboard to play your requests and selections for your dining enjoyment. ALSO ANOTHER ADDED FEATURE: We are now set up for complete carry-out service, delivery service to parties or large carry-out orders. -Keep In Mind Our- • GOLDEN BROWN PAN FRIED CHICKEN • GULF SHRIMP • STEAKS • FAMOUS SHRIMP COCKTAIL • AND FILET MIGNON T«E RUSTIC INN

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