The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1954 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 14, 1954
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FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAOI rant Ready for (Your) Inspection - Company M, the National Guard unit located in Blytheville, will no doubt have some surprises in store for World War n GI'« vho haven't been around an Army base since that epic struggle. The Guard's Armory on South Second Street will be thrown open to public inspection Saturday as part of Armed Forces Day activities. Guard personnel will be on hand to guide visitors through the building and will explain various weapons and equipment. Picture above are (from the left) u 75 mm. recoilless rifle, a refinement of the old 75 field piece: a heavy truck equipped with "snorkle" which can travel practically submerged in water; and the bazookas, which were first introduced in World War n. (Courier News Photo) WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. F. Boyles Seniors Entertained _ The seniors at Wilson High School and their dates were entertained, by the junior class, at the Hotel Peabody in Memphis Friday night. They were honored again this week when, their sponsor, J. D. Roberts, complimented them with a picinic and all-day outing at Horseshoe Lake, Wednesday. The senior class has chosen Daytona Beach, Ha., as their destination on the annual senior trip. The group plans to leave May 29, and will be gone eight or nine days. Honored on Birthday Clifton Roberts was complimented in honor of his seventh birthday when his mother, Mrs. J. D. Roberts, entertained a few of his little friends at her home Wednesday afternoon. Table decorations for the occasion carried out the May Day theme with a Maypole, with multi- used as the colored streamers, centerpiece. Mrs. Roberts was assisted in serving the guests by Mrs. O. M. Shultz Jr., and Florence Grace. Those present were Nancy Crenshaw, Bobbie Lou McDaniel, Lee and Joyce Woodyard, John Pierce, Sammie Sue Davis and Everett Shultz. Personals "Mrs. Alex Gfoble and her sixth grade'puplis made a trip to Memphis Wednesday when they visited the Pink Palace. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McDaniel and daughter, Judy, spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. Hugh Morgan in Tyronza. • Buford Boyles, Jr., of Memphis spent the Mother's Day week end with his parents. Mrs. C. L. Wiley of Lufkin, Texas, is visiting her son, Gilbert Wiley, and his family. Miss Doris Lou Smith and Donnie McDaniel were in Conway the past week end for the Founder's celebration at Arkansas State Teachers College. Miss Smith is a graduate of the college. A/lc Robert Yates who is stationed at Waco. Texas, is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs. H. G. Yates. Miss Virginia Ann Lynch spent the week end with Miss Pat Lally in McGehee, Ark. Friday night, Miss Lynch was the guest of Kent Bishop at the high school prom. Mrs. Maurice Lynch and her family had as their guests Tuesday Her sister, Mrs. Tim Street of Vicksburg, Miss., and her nieces, Mrs. Roy Thurmond and Mrs. Leonard Crook both of Memphis, and their children,. Miss Dorothy Denman and her first grade puplis were complimented by the room-mothers with a trip to the zoo in Memphis. Tuesday. Mothers accompaning the group were Mrs. Oscar Davis, Mrs. Hugh McNabb, Mrs. Gilbert Wiley, Mrs. Vardy Westbrook, Mrs. Jack Smith and Mrs. Turrell Hewlett. Ralph Edwards Named in Million Dollar Lawsuit LOS ANGELES UP) — Ralph Edwards, producer-emcee of the TV show "This Is Your Life," has been sued for half of the 3y 2 million dollars estimated past and future profits from the program. Mel Vickland alleged in a complaint filed yesterday in Superior Court that he thought of the idea for the shov. while hospitalized with polio in 1946. He said Edwards, a close friend for 10 years, promised • to share the proceeds with him. He said Edwards bought him a $1,950 automobile and until Oct. 1, 1952, paid him between $75 and $160 a week. On that date, he said, Edwards informed him'he had no interest in the show and that Edwards was the owner. Shoulders And Dolan Lose Bids For New Trials KANSAS CITY W) — Federal Judge Albert A. Ridge has turned down requests for new trials by a former St. Louis police lieutenant Fugitive Captured After Wounding Town Marshal NAPOLEON, Ohio UP) — A young man who escaped from Illinois- deputies Wednesday was captured here late last night after critically woundine a town marshal. Hei. y County Sheriff Fred H. Bartels said he was holding 23- year-old Arthur Peters and quoted him as saying: "I guess I mu^t be crazy." Bartels said Peters had forced a taxi driver at gunpoint to bring him to Ohio. After leaving the cab, the sheriff said. Peters fired on Harry Hartsing, elderly town marshal of McClure, when the officer tried to pick him up while he was hitchhiking. Suzan Boll, Husband, to Be on TV To Sponsor Dance JOINER — The American Legion Post here will sponsor a public dance at the Shawnee. School gymnasium tonight. Music will be provided by Johnny Long and his band from Memphis. victed of lying about their handling of the Greenlease ransom money. The judge yesterday also denied requests for acquittals and set May 21 for sentencing Louis Shoulders, former police lieutenant and Elmer Dolan, the suspended patrolman. The maximum penalty is five years in prison and a $2,000 fine. A federal grand jury indicted the two for perjury. The jury had investigated the disappearance of $303,720 of a record $600,000 ransom paid by Robert C. Greenlease, Kansas City automobile dealer, to kidnapers Carl Austin Hall and Bonnie Brown Heady last fall. Hall and Mrs. Heady, arrested in St. Louis, were executed Dec. 18 for kidnaping and killing Green- l&ase's 6-year-old son Bobby. Shoulders and Dolan arrested Hall in St. Louis. The indictments ders and Dolan made concerning the time involved in bringing Hall's suitcases containing the ransom money to the police station where U.S. Loans Ships to Japan TOKYO (Hi — Japan and the United States today signed an agreement transferring two U. S. destroyers and two destroyer escorts to Japan on a loan basis. YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE OSCEOLA SUNDAY & MONDAY MAY 16 & 17 ALICE KELLEY-BRETT HALSEY-ALAN MOWBRAY Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c i At All Times FRI. & SAT. Double Feature A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE' —AND— HOLLYWOOD Wl — Susan Ball, the actress who lost her leg to cancer, and her new husband Dick Long will make their first professional appearance together on television on May 27. The young couple, wed last month, will co-star on Video Theatre over CBS-TV. Miss Ball, still training on an artificial leg, will portray an auto accident victim confined to a wheel chair. Long, playing- a returning- GI, goads her into walking again. By 1975. America's national magnesium consumption is projected to be 1845 per cent above today's level . OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! •••••••••••••••••••*••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS SATURDAY ONLY DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM FERNANDO ARIEHE PATRICIA LAMAS DM MEDINA -AND- COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR A Paramount Picture — Plus — Cartoon: "Fright Day The 13th" SUNDAY AND MONDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING Reds Have New Shoes — Made of Chicken Skins BUDAPEST, Hungary t/t'i — Communist Hungary's jfhoe industry is a new line of ladies' footwear, made of the skins of chicken legs and turkeys. An announcement in the Budapest newspaper Magyar Nemzet Listen to KLCN at 10:10 i>.. and 4 p.m. for Riti & Rosy Program Announcements The Ideal Graduation Gift: 'Books of Theatre Tickets' WARNER BROS! FIRIT PRODUCTION IN sWARNERCOLOR * STEREOPHONIC SOUND 'H,' ) *&V.-'VA'v- , SATURDAY ONLY — And KM FORD • DONNA MARTEU • MTHM RORKE Piooueri tr JACK stAWMi • o«eos b> mCHva TAUMOM < «»Lm PICTUMS. WC,. WDUCTON. A L»ut Mtum n™«*« Serial "Jungle Raiders" No. 7 And Cartoon SUN. & MON. Double Feature —AND— • "' WI-G-M's GREATEST OUTDOOR COLOR DRAMA! METRO NEWS *H*».UNIT£D ARTISTS '»*••••••«*••«•••••••*»••*••»' PLUS TWO CAROOONS "Be* At Beach" and "100 Pygmies & Panda" ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS •••••••••••••••••A***t••••••••!•••••••••••••••••• Cartoon: "Boos & Saddles 7 SUNDAY AND MONDAY YORK AUDIENCES JOHNNY MERCER PAR. NEWS & CARTOON "Bringing Up Mother' said the footgear from fowls haa "an amazing resemblance" to the crocodile and lizard skins already widely used for such purpose. ' - -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blytheville * Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat.. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen LAST TIMES TONIGHT A LIPPMT PICTUMJ MEUNTATIOM PLUS CARTOON SATURDAY Double Fealurt —AND— CONVICTS Cartoon and Serial! "Return Of Capt. Marver SAT. OWL SHOW 11:30 Cartoon and Serial "SECRET CODE" Sun. & Mon. Double Feature —AND- Cartoon ft Short

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