The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 27, 1954
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THURSDAY, MAY 2T, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN AT CAMP CAMPBELL—Pvt. Douglas W. Raspberry, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Raspberry of Blytheville, Route 3, is now stationed at Camp Campbell, Ky., after finishing eight weeks of military police training at Camp Gordon, Ga. News oi Men In the Service IN KOREA—Pvt. Prank A. Hood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hood of Blytheville, Route 4, is now serving with the 24th Division in Yang-gu Valley, Korea. Having finished his basic training at Camp Roberts, Calif., he has been in Korea seven months. Prater of Lepanto, Route 1, recently arrived at Inchon harbor for duty with, the First Marine division in Korea. Also arriving' was Pfc. Virgil R. Healey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Healey and husband of the former Miss Wilma J. Hayden, all of Leachville. . Pvt. Charles R. Cossey, whose wife, Doris, lives at Blytheville, Route 2, :is serving with I Corps of the Eighth j Army in Korea. Son of Mr. and] Mrs. Marian Cossey of Horners- vilie, Mo., he entered the Army last November and completed basic training at Camp Chaffee, Ark. Pfc. Billy J. Reams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reams of Blythe•ville, Route 1, and Pfc, Max D. Four Mississippi County members of the Army are taking part in the large-scale training maneuver, "Exercise Spearhead," this month at Fort Hood, Tex. They are, Pfc. Gene Tranble, whose wife, Mildred, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Tranble, live in Blytheville; Pfc. Elmon McNabb, son of Mr- and Mrs. Carl McNabb of Wilson; M/Sgt. Isaiah Brown, son of Mrs. Cora Brown of Osceola; PROMOTED — Edsel Harber, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Harber of Blytheville, was recently promoted to the rank of first lieutenant in the Air force. He is presently stationed at Nausseur, French North Africa, with Headquarters Squadron of the 7280th Group Depot. Pfc. Don W. Brim, whose parents, live in Dell. Pvt. Brim is a mechanic in Headquarters and Service Company of the division's 702nd Infantry Battalion while Sgt. Brown is chief clerk in Headquarters detachment of the 123rd Armored ordinance Battalion. Pvt. McNabb is a rifleman in Company C of the 25th Armored infantry battalion and Pvt. Tranble is a wireman in the 81st Field Artillery Battalion. [ Aboard the aircraft carrier USS Philippine Sea with Air Group five which joined the Seventh Fleet last month is Daniel H- Wallace, airman -USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallace of Blytheville. Now serving with the 17th Field FIRST SOLO—Russell Phillips, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips of Blytheville, recently made his first solo flight as a Naval Aviation Cadet at Whiting Field, Fla. He attended Vanderbilt University prior to entering the Naval Cadet Program through' the Naval Air Station, Millington, Tenn. Artillery Battalion in Korea is Pfc. Johnson Kyles, son of Mrs. Mary Kyles of Hayti, Mo., Route 1. Arriving in Korea last March, Pvt. Kyles is a truck driver with the battalion. He entered the army in 1952 and completed basic training at Camp Chaffee, Ark. Two Blytheville soldiers have been assigned to Company C. 46th Armored Infantry Battalion at Camp Chaffee for basic military training. They are Pvt. Moses F. Simon, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Moses F. Simon and Pvt. Jack Whittle, son of Mrs. G- E. Whittle. Selected to attend the 5th Ar- TO GRADUATE AT ANNAPOLIS—Scheduled to graduate from the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., in June is John W. Everett, son of Mrs. L. Everett of Blytheville. He will receive a Bachelor of Science degree upon graduation and commissioned a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps. He served as a private first class in the Marines after graduation from Blytheville High School. mored Division's Motor Mechanics school at Camp Chaffee, Ark., is Pvt. Millard E. Lipford, son of Mrs. Myrtle Lipford of Blytheville. Pfc. William E. Simpson, son of R. L. Simpson of Blytheville, is a member of the Medical Company vollyball team which recently won the regimental championship at Fort Campbell, Ky. He is a part of the 511th Airborne Infantry Regiment of the llth Airborne Division. Entering the Army in February, 1953. he took his basic training at Fort Hood, Tex., and is presently assigned to the company as an aidman. Rescuers Inch Way to Hurt Mountain Climber FAIRBANKS, Alaska (#)—Four men inched their way up Mt. McKinley's treacherous southern buttress today in a desperate attempt to save a mountain climber who was left gravely injured in a lonely, cold tent last Sunday. The man in the tent is George Argus, one of three survivors of a 1,000-foot fall May 15 which killed the fourth member of their party, Gorge Thayer, 27, Reads- fa oro, Vt. The rescue party is led by Dr. John McCall, 31-year-old University of Alaska glacierologist. With •'him are three crack mountain climbers from the Army indoctrination center at Big Delta. Alaska. They were carried to the 5,000- foot level .by an Air Force helicopter early yesterday. Strong winds and blowing snow blocked attempts to add more men to the party so the four started toward the two-mile-high spot where Argus lay. Morton Wood and Leslie Viereck, who were found in McKlnley Park Tuesday just as a search was about to be started, told of the fall. They said after conquering the southern buttress for the first time and starting back, they reached the 13,000-foot level. *'It was just a silly little accident," Wood said. "On of Thayr's feet slipped—probably because his clamped-on spikes lost their Stevenson Says Ike Letting GOP Push Him Around By SAM JOHNSON MERIDIAN, Miss. UP)—Democratic leader Adlai Stevenson declared last night President Eisenhower is allowing himself to be .pushed around too much by other Republicans. Eisenhower's "reluctance to man the barricades of his office" and defend Ms rights against congressional encroachments has left the United States with a Republican party having "as many wings as a boardinghouse chicken," Stevenson said. The Army-McCarthy' fight—''the shameful spectacle we have witnessed on television"—displays in public a Republican party acting like a "blind dog in a meat house," he said. Ail are symptoms of "something deeper—a constitutional crisis in American government," an attack on the separation of powers, the 1952 Democratic presidential candidate told a crowd of 15,000 at Meridian's Hillbilly Day. "In the last 16 months, Republican freebooters . . . have raked, their President fore and aft—with everything from the Bricker amendment to intimidation of our diplomats and slander of the Army.," Stevenson said. Conference Beefed Up DES MOINES UP) — Iowa Gov Williiam S. Beardsley, concerned over the growing traffic death toll in the state, wanted Iowa teenagers to develop their own highway safety program. i>He called a state conference of teen-agrs to discuss traffic problems. To make sure the conference i would be a success, the governor j fed approximately 650 teen-agers barbecued beef from his own Iowa farm. grip. He tumbled over the precipice and all of us went with him. "I recall falling and falling. Tha,yer died because he struck a ledge sticking out of the cliff. Argus broke the fall by tumbling into deep snow which stopped him and pulled us all to a stop." They all were roped together. After remaining at the scene of the accident for a week, Wood and Viereck tried to tow Argus down the mountainside on an inflated mattress but gave up at the 11,000-foot level. There they left him Sunday in a tent. Argus had a broken hip and possibly other broken bones, they said. Rheumatic Fever Victim CHICAGO iff) — Nancy Olson 13, bed-ridden with rheumatic fever, will resume her seventh grade classes today by telephone The experimental program is being tried for the first time in the Chicago public schools. A specia line was installed to enable Nancy to hear classroom discussions and talk with her teacher through i small speaker-microphone atop £ bedside table in her home. A sim ilar instrument will be located ir her classroom in the Ruggles school. Read Courier News Classified Ads Maytag automatic Adams Appliance Co. Inc. Paint Closeout Many Types and Colors \ Price Hubbard Hardware Like to Have It? You May—if you are the type of applicant we are looking for. $18,671 is a conservative estimate of the amount a KROGER employe will receive at retirement age if he joins our Employee Profit-Sharing Plan at age 21 and saves only $2.50 per week. This estimate is based on Kroger net profit in 1949 and 1950. Less than one-third of the estimated $18,671 is from your savings. The rest comes from Kroger profits and earnings on investments. The greater the Company profits—the larger your estate. And as your salary increases you may increase your savings to create an even larger estate. We have attractive openings for Why not come in and let us give you further details? Age 18 to 28—This is permanent year round work. Salary is dependent upon your qualifications. Regular length of service increases. If you want steady work and a chance to advance, stop in at the Kroger store, Blytheville and See Hardy Aston for particulars. 'THAT'S A SMALL SIZE HOUSE" Thmziij WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER This MW lupw-powinl lir eenditionir is tki k'ttint capacity, mast Wttfttri wfMiw unit Mthimarkit today. 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Parental Influence? SEDALIA, Mo. (/P) — Dale Maggard missed only one word in all his spelling tests at Mark Twain school this year. The word was "Insurance." His father, Charles Maggard, sells insurance. Slaying Suspect Gets Traffic Bond Back DETROIT Ufi — Mrs. Sylvester Shaw will be given $25 by the IRW, even though she is charged with the slaying of her husband. She had posted « $25 bond to Insure her husband's appearance in court in connection with an auto collision. That was April 19. Three days earlier, April 16, her husband died of A stab wound, and t Traffic Court referee yesterdayruled: 'Under the law the case against Youngster at 40? HARTFORD, Conn, (ff)— A man in his early 40e wat referred to aa an old man at a state board of pardons meeting. Gov. John Lodge commented: "Do you call 40 old? Why at that age you are practically prenatal." Lodge it in his young 50«. Shaw was dismissed automatically. 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ALL NEW SAND & GRAVEL HAS BEEN PUT IN FILTERS TO GUARANTEE THIS CLEANLINESS. ASK US ABOUT PARTIES AFTER 9:00 P. M. COME AND SEE THE IMPROVEMENT Mothert & Dadi Thii Pool Hai Been Endorted By Ark. Htalth D«pt W. L. MOXLEY |>OOL LOCATED AT WALKER PARK

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