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June 17, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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THURSDAY, JUNE IT, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Big Defense Money Bill Slated For Vote Amid Demo Protests WASHINGTON (AP) — The biggest money bill of the year came up for possible Senate passage today amid Democratic cries that the Eisenhower defense budget is taking a "terrible gamble" with the nation's security. At least one Democrat-sponsored move and perhaps more were afoot to tack more millions on the $29,217,106,486 annual military funds bill that went through a round of Senate debate yesterday. The measure carries appropriations for the Army, Navy, Air Force and related activities for the year beginning July 1. Sen. Symington (,D-Mo), a former secretary of tile Air Force, told ^newsmen in advance erf today's session that he would seek another 100 to 250 million dollars for research and development of guided missiles, rockets and other new weapons. And Sen. Kennedy (D-Mass), leader of a Democratic group which unsuccessfully tried to add 350 millions for continuation of two Army divisions which would be eliminated under the present budget, said he was looking for a means to offer the amendment again today. Otherwise Senate consideration was highlighted by a contention from Sen. Gore (D-Tenn) that the pared-down defense budget was a "terrible gamble" with security of this nation and the free world, and by similar protests from Democratic Senators Monroney (Okla), Humphrey (Minn\ Mansfield (Mont) .and Maybank (.SO. 6 Africans Hold First Election ACCRA, Gold Coast (ff) — Partial returns today from the Gold Coast's general election gave Prune Minister Kwame Nkrumah's independence-seeking Convention People's party a clear majority in this British colony's new Assembly. ISTkrumah probably will be invited to form a new government later today when he calls on the colony's British governor, Sir Charles Arden- Clarke. With 89 of the 104 Assembly seats decided. Nkrumah's faction had garnered a total of 58 to the combined opposition's 31. The balloting for the seats in this first all-native asembly in colonial Africa was held Tuesday. The Convention People's party has been the dominant faction in the Gold Coast since 1951. It stands for complete independence of this 90.000-square-mile colony, south of the Sahara Desert in west Africa. isr WHAT'S HOLDING IT UP?—It looks like the law of gravity is on a holiday as this huge coffeepot spouts a stream of. Java while suspended in midair. Actually, the coffee stream is a curved pole which holds the pot up. The display is a feature of the' Milan, Italy, industrial fair. Adm. Radford Warns Threat Of Global Communism Growing Crewman Killed in Crash of B26 TOKYO <fP) — An Air Force B26 crashed and burned 65 miles northwest of Hiroshima today, killing one of four crewman. The Air Force said the other three men parachuted and escaped- No names were announced- Read'courier News Classified Adi. ON HER WAY - Wearing • short hairdo and a white gown, Mieko Kondo, newly chosen Miss Japan of 1954, poses in Tokyo Mieko is looking forward to her trip to Long Beach, Calif., where she'll compete for the "Miss Universe" titlt.' ARTHRITIS RHEUMATISM Pains Jte/i'cve4 Af Once LOS ANGEGLES W) — The Unit States, says Adm. Arthur Radford, is confronted with "the diabolical enmity of international communism," and the threat is growing. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff recalled last night President Eisenhower's warning that American freedom Is threatened so long as "the world Communist conspiracy exists in its present scope, power and hostility/ » "Today, the threat seems even more intense," Radford said in addressing the national convention of the American Red Cross. The admiral spoke at the concluding session of the three-day meeting. Earlier, the organization's national chairman had some more to say about cities which accept Red Cross money when disaster strikes but fail to make reimbursements to the relief agency from supplemental funds raised locally. This was a subject which touched off a cross-country controversy Monday night. Radford, in discussing the Communist menace, termed Red China "obviously empire-bound, seeking not so much an 'Asia for Asiatics' as they claim but seeking instead what might be called a 'Red Asia for Asiatic Reds'. They want all of Asia incorporated into a Red Asia, one that is a basic part of the long term Communist dream of one 'big Red world'." The military situation of free Asian and southwest Pacific na tions could be improved materially, he said, "by an effective Southeast Asia collective security arrangement." "Positive collective actions by countries which have vital interests in that area would help prevent further Communist empire building" in that part of the world," he said. "Such actions would help pave the way for building that peaceful world Which is the aim of free societies everywhere." Detective's Wife Foils Hold-Up TULSA, Okla. f/P) — A man approached Mrs. Dorothy Raiford's teller window in the Peoples State Bank yesterday and shoved her a note- It said her husband—a city detective—and her son were outside in an automobile and instructed her to hand over a sack of bills or they would be harmed. "Don't be foolish," it added. To the bandit's astonishment, Mrs. Raiford darted outside her cage. The man fled, minus any loot. with Mrs. Raiford in pursuit and shouting to other employes to follow. Within 10 minutes police found the fugitive hiding in a garage less than a block from the bank. He (Detective Sgt. Felix Raiford) was home with their son at the time of the attempted robbery. Later in the day federal charges of bank robbery were filed against Ralph J. Addington, 35, of Tulsa. Production of a single pound of beef requires, directly or indirectly, between 15 and 30 tons of water. LOANS Wt io not hav« money to burn, but we do have money to loan. If yoa live in Northeast Arkansas or Southeast Missouri and need a Real Estate Loan, see us. We make Government insured FHA and GI Loans; also all types of Conventional, Commercial and Industrial Loans, and we have the best Farm Loan available. If it is money you want, see us. David Investment Company FHA Approved Mortgagee 418 W. Main St., Blytheville, Ark. Ph. POplar 3-3633 ^4*tt »o«ti«4 impro»««»«»«» Hf«»j*i 4_/H*ft n* it COttl <Wl • P***f' "•*"*' KM «•»««"** AC ^jLrr- ^-rtArJrSSc ssvasiAsS ars/ss SH^CHsr^^i^ Klrby Bros. Drug Mail orders filled. ATTENTION Berry Allen Plumbing & Heating Co. Shop SoUi — Installation* — Service 317 South Second Street Is Now Open Weekdays From 9-5 Nights & Sundays By Appointmnt Come In And Look Around or Phone 2-2204 (Shop) or 34066 (Res.) 'Anti-Wetback' Drive Launched Officers Carry Out Brownell's Order on Mexicans in U.S. EL CENTRO. Calif. tf» — Law enforcement agencies moved in mass against the wetbacks today, carrying out Atty. Gen. Brownell's order to send home Mexican nationals who »re in this country illegally. Three ot the drive's leaders said advance publicity had rendered Operation Wetback a premature success. They said most of the wetbacks apparently had taken the hint and scurried across the line. They based this view on the fact that officers were having seome difficulty rounding up the aliens, and at the same time they expressed some concern over the voluntary exodus. One of the three leaders, Herman R- Landon, district immigration director at Los Angeles, said he feared those who departed ahead of the drive may" be hiding out across the border, waiting for an opportunity to hop back into the United States. He said he felt easier about those who are officially escorted out. since they are sent into the interior of Mexico. Landon; Marcus T. Neelly, district immigration director at El Paso. Tex.: and Harlon B. Carter, chief of thf> -U.S. border patrol, told a- news conference yesterday of the government's plans for the drive. Carter said the broder patrol force, in California and Arizona, would total about 750. or-500 more than the normal total. He said a mobile striking force has been set up in addition to the patrols along the border in the two states. This task force, said Carter, emphasizes speed and mobility, making use of jeep-aircraft teams, roadblocks on roads leading north and other techniques. The three officials said that pre- drive efforts in the last five days have rounded up 9,380 wetbacks, mostly transients, in California and Arizona. Of these, 5,222 were sent by bus to Nogales from El Centre. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Voris Workman Vocation is the time when people go and lie on the beach about how important they are at home. Health Council The Holland Community Health Council held u meeting' Monday nitflu to organize for jictting-out- the-vote Juno 'Jl!, tor passing a hull mill tax in the county to raise revenue in order thwt the Pemiscot County Health Office can continue operation. The failure of this to be voted on favorably means the discontinuance of the office. L. N. Kinder presided at the meeting. After the discussion of ways to get out the vote and a phin adopted, the announcement of the typhoid clinic was made. Mrs. V. M. Jones, Mrs. Cecil Mae Little and Mrs. Homer Smith were appointed to help with the clerical work ju ihe clinic as requested by the Health office. The next monthly meeting was set for August 16. FFA Meets The Future Farmers of America met Monday night att he agriculture building with, president Cletis Childders presiding. The purpose of the meeting WHS to plan for the annual FFA camp. The camp is held at Keiser at the Lack of the Ozarks June 28 to July 3. Fourteen of the boys of the local chapter plan to attend. Also discussed was the FFA cotton crop project. Services Held Funeral services for Wood row McPike. one-month-old son of Mr. and Airs. Samuel McPike. of Holland, were conducted at the Baptist, Church Saturday afternoon by the Rev. Charles Marshall, minister. Burial -was at Mt. Zion Cemetery. Survivors include four brothers, Dean. Truman, Darnall, Raymond; two sisters, Lola Mae and Katherine. WSCS Meets The Women's Society for Christian Service of the Holland Methodist Church met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Noble Capehart at her home west of Caruthersville. Rites Held Funeral services for Ernest D. McCrary. 50, of South Holland, who died Friday at the Memorial Hospital at Hayti. were held Sunday afternoon at the Holland Baptist Church. Charles Marshall, minister, conducted the service. Surviving him are his wife. Clara Slaten McCrary; two sons, Billy Joe and Ralph, both of Kansas City; three daughters. Mrs. Glenwood Taylor. Big Spring. Texas, Mrs. Ray Wild. New Orleans, Phyllis McCrary, Holland: five sisters, Mrs. Joe'Lester. Holland, Mrs. Joe Max Shelton, Steele, Mrs. Emil Kammer.. St. Louis. Mrs. Lem Huffington. Muroc, Calif., Mrs. Harold Maxwell, Richland, Washington: and two brothers, James and Waidon, both living north of Hayti. Pall bearers were Aaron Taylor, W. L. Pritchard. Roy Henry. Charles Cohoon, Fred Swindle and Louis Hester. Burial was in Mount Zion Cemetery, Steele, with Cobb Funeral Home in charge. Holland Wins Pair In the Little League Baseball made -lit ni "THAT'S 4 SMALL SIZE HOUSr \\i tiaziig NEW 1H ii Model 1 SOW AC Att CONOItlOMM WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER IMt NV ttHT-pwtf «4 rir cMtfitiMtr h Hit M|k»tt upMity. MM t ttmut wiriiw M* tat* M pfcfcly tn4 tnfly M M mm lir iwtitfMirs Ml nqtntt M wittr HMKtiMt-if S Irtftlf lllf CMtliMt 1Mb 1 m ifun fNt (Bttf i JwtfH M|t «*W VMTII OKMATio* V«rnod»'» •xclu»!v» *c«m- ptottry dw»ctior«jt" oir circu- fetOrs Jtv* campltl* droft-ftt* Ciftultttion with pcnilrolion up 19 30 *••?, ono •litninoiv ipoi AUTOMATIC fOSH-IUTTON CONTftOU No dials to turn, no lidi to lift n« knobi to puih Or pvll "IYER f,MO,I}06 SATISFIED USERS OF VOfiHAOti COOLING APPLIANCES" Wt Alto Hovt A Ftw Window Unitt For As Low At 5995 UP BILL'S REFRIGERATION SERVICE Formerly IROFF REFRIGERATION CO. 2337 Birch Phono 3-6986 up of Holland. Cooter. Bra^uriocia. j and two teams at Steele, Holland j has won both games played in the j League, the first, boms from Stoele and the last from Cooler. In the church league, the Church of Christ boys team won and the girls lost in games with the Methodist church Friday nishi. Personals Mrs. Jennie Cnbbs of Corqorn, Crtlif-, recently visited h<r niece. Mrs. Jeff Northern. It was the first time in GO years that she had returned to this section since she had left when she wsus a small «irl. Airman Melladean Barnes, who has been stationed at Scott Field, is being transferred to a base in South Dakota, She has been visiting relatives here for the post week. A 2c Ray Nunnery left Sunday night for Langlcy Field. Va . after visiting his parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Nat Nunnery. for the past wcok. Jimmy Northern is on a 10-day furlough at his parents home. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Northern, after completing his basic training at Lackland AFB at San Antonin, Toxas. He is being tnmferred to Kcisler AFB nt .Biloxi. Miss. Mrs. Maude Stinnett, son Douglas, and Mr. and Mrs. J, D, Dunkin and family drove to Doniphan. Saturday to meet M.-'Sgt. L. T. Stinnett and family for a visit with relatives there. L. T. is now stationed at F!,. Leonard Wood Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Slaten and sons. Charles nnd Mike, of Dallas. Texas are visiting relatives. Mrs. Slaten had to enter the hospital last week for several days. Mrs. Fern Coleman is reported as improving at the Barnes hospital in St. Louis, but is expected to be confined there for several more weeks. Mrs. B. I. Edwards visited relatives at Sikeston. Sunday. She visited Mr. and Mrs- Albert Edwards, Mrs. Elizabeth Ruidt, and Carl Ruidt. and family. Mrs. Mat 1 Northern and daughter. Kathleen Wilson of Lubbock, Texas, visited Mr. and Mrs. B. Stivers and other friends and relatives in Holland und Steele last week. Also. visitiMR the Stivers was their nephew, J. Z. Smith of Dy- Mrs. Charity Epperson returned home with her son. Tom. last week after visiting relatives in Center RidRf. Ark., for several days. Mrs. Ida HORUC of Bcrnio, last week. \Lsited her sister-in-law nnd nephew. Mrs, Maude Stinnett and DOUR las. in the home ot her niece, Mrs. J. D- Dunkm. Russell and Charlie Cohoon drove to Columbia Thursday to bring Judith Cohoon homo. Judith has been a student at the university this past year. Her sister, Martha Cohoon, returned to Murray, K\., this wwk, after visiting her parents, to enroll in summer school. Jack Wilfcrd. son of Mr and Mrs. Lester Wilferd. returned to Indianapolis, Inci., lost, week after a week's visit with his pftrents and other relatives. Donald LonR WHS in Columbia last week attending an agriculture meeting. Miss Genevleve Avis expected to be able to return home Tuesday from the Baptist hospital at Memphis after having undergone skin surgery and blood transfusions last week. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Avis have been with her. Her sister. Mrs. Paul Bach, of Rantoul, 111., husband and children, were here over the week end. Mr- and Mrs. O. H. Plnkston and grandson, Paul Dell McNnlly,, of Hayti, und Mrs, Ed Hampton, Jr., and daughter, Toni Rose, were in MADE OF FINEST INGREDIENTS Memphis Thursday for a physical checkup for Paul Dell and Toni Rose at Campbell's clinic, Mr. and Mrs- Roy Frank Palmer of Kennett, visited Mr. and Mn. Sam Kcnley over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Wilson were in Kennett Saturday Do visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Casey and family, und lor Mr. Wilson to attend a carpenter's union fish fry. Attending a cotton-acreage survey instruction claims at Caruthersville, Monday, were Claude Samford. Rayburn Hatley and Sam Workman. Misses Barbara, Lindm. and Sandra Samt'ord, daughters of Claude Samford, visited their grandmother, Mrs. John Bay, while their father was in da*?Mrs. A. R. Little expects to resume her work Monday after having boon ill tor the last two week*. Overweight? SWEETENS INSTANTLY WITHOUT CALORIES! HAS NO FOOD VALUE Gwnnte&t NON-FATTENING Us$ FASWEET in Drinks. 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MARATHON Super-Cushion by GOOD/VEAR rtfulor SU.95 brfor* traflVId SALE PRICED $1395 pltn tor an4 rtcoppabl* fit* SiM A.70 I U 6.00x16 MARATHON SI 4.91 tofor* trgaVIrt $1249 ntcippobU rim • it's brand new! • not a stcondl • not a retrtadt $ 10 95 6.70x15 SI2L . $||9S EVEN BIGGER DOLLAR SAVINGS ON WHITE SIDEWALLS during this SALE! — $1*00 down por tiro — Pay as littlo as $1.2$ a wookl

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