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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Blytheville, Arkansas
Blytheville courier news the dominant newspaper of Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri vol. Lib no. 119 Blytheville courier Blytheville daily news Blytheville Herald Mississippi Valley Leader Blytheville Arkansas wednesday Augustio 1955 twelve pages published daily except sunday single copy five cents Dulles urges koreans to / end violence by John m. Hightower Washington a it a Secretary of state Dulles appealed to South Korea today to exercise patience and avoid violent action efforts to oust truce supervisors from the country. Rioting koreans a ill i i March Island us troops break up demonstration with tear Gas and Hose Seoul three Hundred shouting korean ignoring a a no Dulles asserted emphatically at a news conference that the United states intends to live up to it obligation to protect the truce team members who include communist czechs and poles. South koreans have staged Vio ent demonstrations against the Ruce teams m which a number of american soldiers have been injured none seriously. Korean president syn Man Rhee has demanded that they get out of his i country. Dulles agreed with South korean charges that these reds Are Little More than spies but he said he does not think information they pick up can imperil the Republic i of Korea Dulles also rejected response to questions the whole idea of try Hurricane Connie Aims at Carolinas showing the world a visitors at the atomic Energy conference Geneva Are getting a look at one of americans atomic triumphs Westinghouse is showing a Model of the first full scale atomic Power Plant which is now be maybe within to years my built at Shippingport a. Previous test generators have produced Only Token amounts of electricity. Donna Jean Hough of Pittsburgh looks Over the exhibit. Violence edict by president song cum a kor Quot or by a h r ate a n a Troy let no Man re stormed the causeway to Woll Island again today but All of East coast is threatened hatters. N. C. Apr Hurricane Connie swirled off the Carolina coast today her 135-mile winds threatening another mighty blow at the area still Licking the wounds of last years disastrous Hazel. The big storm was almost stationary this morning some 225 Miles Southeast of Wilmington c. But the weather Bateau reported the dangerous Hurricane was expected to move North Northwest or North later today. This would bring the destructive winds p pattern for Hov act arrows indicate direction which hurricanes such As Connie generally travel toward the United states. All of them originate the Belt doldrums m the Southern North Atlantic. Already pounded the North Caro divided nation today s world by Force questioned detail Dulles said that because of the devastation of atomic War the the milling demonstrator con country might be unified Only for to numb South Korea s Campaign to insect and not for people he add drive out communist members of de that he doubts whether that were turned Back by u 8 troops Manning tear Gas guns and fire Hose. Neutral truce inspection team broke up quickly before the stand w having banners and chanting slogans the mob drove As far As barbed sure barricades thrown up by the americans then faltered and related would be satisfactory even to the hot tempered. Red hating South koreans Dulles was questioned considerable detail about the korean problem and the truce team song Man Rhee s government has Given the czech polish Swiss and sued Competine atom Power is close Canada says uate it to safety Inland. Air Force Marine and Navy. A a a a a planes All along the Eastern sea. La Era moving to safety away from. _ and this Atlantic outpost North mgt Chi a ache a t00, inboard Ara put hang Ara or Loam Hora probably Early ill and hard tropical Abow Soma Placa Bazaar tha port City p Quot a Rowan the and vacation r Nee int Fino e of a pie is to a for two they were trying to reach the truce supervisors until Satur billets of czech and polish Mem a to a of hers of the inspection group Sta Duliere said there ha5 teen a honed the Island just outside rising tide of resentment South the port or Inchon Kors a by the presence of. The Mot climb teams and the feel r my that they were not performing it was the third attempt to me armistice functions they were storm the Inland five Days the supposed to perform but that the disorders began last saturday with had members were rather acting ultimatum for the communist me South while cores inspectors to get out by Midnight spending teams the North Geneva a it a Canada reported today that within to years she May be producing atomic Power that can compete some areas with Coal and water Power. And from 1970 . Two Canadian experts told the 72nation atoms for place Confer ramp sweep northward through the j ail possible precautions hate erne. Atomic Pover a it begin to emerge Quot As a major if not the major source of electricity heavily populated East to ?,.t0 prevent l0m a i Canada. A Carolina s outer Banks coast braced the entire Eastern Seaboard remembering three 1954 hurricanes which killed More than 250 persons and caused upward of billion dollars damage girded for any eventuality and kept a watchful Eye Connie s Progress. Indications today were that Connie would hit not far from the the Carolina beaches last Point Hazel came to land last oct. And this morning. 15 to sweep northward through the All possible precautions deserted look of Wanter. The entire East coast from Savannah. Ga., to Provincetown. Mas was under Hurricane Alert rough sea were reported All along the area. Two have died crowded automobiles piled High Inland to safety. Navy ships put to sea to ride out the storm rather than be battered against docks Small crafts moved by the thousands into streams and creeks the super earner Forrestal. Still unfinished at Newport news. Awas made with belonging moved Way from a Quot "25 night released airmen homeward bound bust saturday. Twenty two americans and so koreans have Peen injured none seriously the Inchon demonstration contrasted sharply with the comparative quiet that settled Over the other four Porta where the inspector operate at Kansan the West coast Pusan the Southeast tip of the Peninsula. A amp re Mung the Ess pro a. Me True e teams and the Mast and Taegu South Genii a United states government expect Korea mild demonstrations were so reported crowds of korean arms veterans moved through the Street shouting out of Korea a they carried sign and placard but no clashes were reported with troop guarding inspection team Billet the Calmer atmosphere followed War Mot Able to perform their Tokyo. Apr a eleven a s airmen who spent 32 Long truce function months communist Captivity sped eastward across the a tin korean a nement Dune cd Fly Home and family today. Went a jus t if i 70 Piu him air transport a a a a cation but the United states he q,.n Douglas Macarthur said while sympathising with the Anje Ltd Bataan left air sentiment cannot approve the Basr Milf men Early i Means of it expression which the Al Lermy of alter a 27-hour Layover Hawaii Thev Are due at Travis air Force base. Cali Friday morning a Boa id the Bataan Are col John Knox Arnold or capt John a add capt Elmer f Llewellyn. Airman Harry m Benjamin or w Thompson South korean have taken under the 1953 armistice settlement he said. This country a obligation Mississippi Bank hit by robbers a j Davis economist of can Adi t department of Trade and Commerce and w b leu. Research vice president of the Dominion s atomic project at Chalk River ont. Made the report they told delegates to the u. to rumoured meeting that the performance of one of Canada research reactors and other studies raised the possibility of producing Power at 7 Mill per kilowatt hour within the next to years a Mill 1 one tenth of a cent. A atomic Energy Plant with even better performance than this May Well be under Cote Truckson Canada before 1965.�?� they added Canada. Most hurricanes blow and property themselves out shortly after they j two men already have died i reach land but after Hazel no directly As a result of Connie chances were being taken their Navy plane crashed at nor to Wenng Waves and High tides Folk. A. As they sought to evac a Hundred Miles off Cape cod. Construction workers Laboured through the night trying to secure a 10-Mlllion-Dollar radar Tower being built at sea a coast guard Cutter stood by to take them off the towering Structure. The american red Cross Hur see Connie Page la carry out that obligation new t condition. A Zed whether Rhee has been hot a airman John the communist must get told this Dulles said he think that Iii Rhee clearly understands the a the second group a sister Tare of the obligation and the j ship decorated and outfitted sex a Merit intention honorable to artly like the Bataan included ferry them out maj will win h saunter. It Wal the Basic trouble Dulles con i lace l Brown. Of. John w Buck Khaki Clad Bandit takes $37,000 from Bank at Ackerman Council of s City Hall expansion program nights City Council meeting distinguished itself More for what it left undone than the Canadian said that because. Ilo Wever May or e r Jackson later corralled a quorum and got Okay of their country abundant water wn1 11 i to Horn rim it fan i it is and Coal resources nuclear Power lagging City Hall to care for additional tire department Luigi tits a a a a a a a a a 1 weeks Bac refuse to produce records Ackerman p Clad Bandit robbed the a Khaki Bank of Ana Coal resource nut Lear a mud drop below 8 Mills before it can compete a anywhere Canada a demand limited at 7 Mills a they continued a it might be Able to compete with Hydro or Coal fired steam Power. However these demands would be limited the near future thu will. But at 6 Mills the situation u run Between the ablation and the different Complete a contract with Ben White and Sofia contractor for 113,500 for building a two Story Annex the we Side of the fire ablation. The figure does t include remodelling Ling of a portion of the upstairs a the Alley which now Ackerman of 137,000 Early today Power consuming Region the highly developed Douglas building a Summa Region of South but Council let that and a hum announcement by president turned is that he truce supervision t. Sgt Howard w Brown. Airman anew accomplice a Ontario where imported Coal of other matters pretty much sync Man Rhee that he disapproved j a Stem was worked out to cover Teven i a Yacu of violence he called the a Brief period of a jew month c Schmidt demonstrations a a Normal expert pending a peace settlement it a. Kiba and airman Darnel just like tourist pickup truck the Highway patrol said the Rob Aion of patriotism a no violence warning was also sounded by the South korean foreign ministry meanwhile he full Neutral name Korin it Page 12 Honolulu the men will be welcomed today by pretty girls bearing Gower Lei after a Brief new conference air Force spoke Lincoln White told newsmen quarters of Hickam air Force base but a they can stay at lot proved adaptable to the new condition of indefinite division of Ociea. He said other provisions of the armistice also Are proving obsolete and the United 8 ates and other United nations have been considering How to Correct the Alt suon a state department pre offi Ritz v to us Royl hawaiian hotel if they the Mer will be Given colourful Aloha shirts and a Chance to go sightseeing or might living they la Tell us what they want to do and Well help them do the spokesman said. Nobody is being scheduled for the c54. Equipped with berths Are due at Hickam Field. Hawaii at 2 30 pm 7 30 pm. Etc thee will leave at 5 30 p will soon be the Only alternative could absorb Large Block of Power this Cost Range without creating Bery occurred at 7 50 am when even a temporary surplus of Gen assistant cashier John keen Arm rating capacity de for work they explained that Canada presently to Well endowed with re up the air. A a a a old Rry we a old mree Tor la products of Loc a Lam when a �p�.<l i. I mar by Cove Nunn rim but go anywhere and do anything they _ 1 want a just like tourist a a they will be quartered the sir Dilu i Boes Page 12 Blytheville c of c officials to attend aids meeting three by Thev Ute chamber of commence officials will attend a luncheon of the Arkansas and Are due at Travis North development co Niia met ii format City Friday. R m Locan president of the bought by a big charts Edwin Anderson brother of William Andrenor who was captured the $8,068 Bank robbery at Joiner. I being sought by the Fri connection with the same robbery and two other Bank burglaries. East of san Francisco at 8 a m. Friday it to am est. exclusive interview today j chamber. E b Thomas chairman Schmidi told with deep emotion of the Industrial committee and something of How it feels to be Jada Mcguire c of c. Manager free again will make the Tup wonderful feeling several Eastern Arkansas cities a they were playing Retreat Here rom Back door of plan to Send representatives from evening into Alley. He described the ban their Chambers of Commerce. I a you will never know How won As Hout six feet two inches w. W Campbell vice chairman Kerful a feeling it was to be Wear lal1 <1 weighing Over 200 pounds of the Aid will be Host to the my a uniform and to be Able to the Shine boy said he Bandit chamber officials Forrest City. Salut the Flag. That was the jumped into a waiting Black pick among official of the aids Best feeling i have had j up truck and sped away. Scheduled to attend the meeting Are he paused a moment then Bill Moore operator of a drug Winthrop Rockefeller chairman of added a i done to believe there Are store three doors from the Bank i the group and William p. Rock i f mans people America who can said the robbery was a handled so see fliers Page 12 Rector of the commission. Washington a it a Secretary of Commerce weeks and his business advisory Council today defied orders of a House committee to produce Bac records and files. Walter 8 White. $25.000-ayear Between Ceiler and Secretary Mamie de the Mavor to a go executive director of the Bac. A weeks Over the subcommittee ahead Quot the enlarging of City peered before the House antitrust investigation of a Dollar a a year Hall mayor Jackson and other of subcommittee response to a sub businessmen serving the depart servers however weren t sure if the Pena and challenged the commit ment advisory capacity with councilmen actually meant to tee s Legal right to require product out compensation while drawing Start construction or not Uon 01 the files. Their regular pay from private bus Council olso discussed the Posi the Bac. Composed of about 200 mess firms. Vilify of accepting a recommend top business executives acts As before summoning White cellar of the Bank he found one of the insofar As the More highly Indus Dation from the Portland Cement economic and business adviser to charged Secretary weeks with Low bandits inside Ina used Region Are concerned. Association regard to thickness weeks. J erring a a sort of Woc curtain the Bandit marked with a White costs Are from now of Concrete. But no action was Tak White produced a letter from around the Commerce depart handkerchief and wearing Sun expected to follow upward . Weeks stating that the records Are ment. Woc stands for a without glasses ordered him to open the a a heavy k1011 Possession of the Commerce de compensation a a Ceiler said it is Bank vault keen opened it and we aet a ceiling pc said a j Ive Inch Street is apartment and White has no right important that the Public know watched the Man scoop up the Quot the Advent of nuclear Energy plenty heavy for streets which 0r authority to deliver any of them something of the activities of the Money. Therefore has important implies won t carry through traffic to Quot any person or any of the com business advisory tons the least it will do is set Ai meanwhile. City attorney Elbert Mitides of weeks has contended the Bac is found by employee ceiling Power emits the less Johnson was heard to comment j subcommittee chairman Ceiler official advisory government the Young Man then ordered fortunate areas of the country that the City does no to appear to Ltd by promptly declared the Agency and As such its Eon Fiden keen to he run the Virvir Nith probably and because of its level have any ordinance governing the Bac Defiance would be referred tial files Are immune from my influence it will reduce the thickness of streets. To All members of the committee Gressional scrutiny under the Doc. Wide discrepancies the Price of Council and the administration decide if contempt of Congress Trine of separation of Powers which electricity which now exist Between have been under the impression we involved. A girl identified As Jean love one Canadian Power consuming re that there exists ordinance set Thorf rms a for Ork a minutes j Gion and another Quot Ting out six inches As the allow d to Cul Molnau. _ \ Lal Ltd and found keen lying the canadians predicted their Able minimum thickness of any _ country Start the atomic pow Street miss love said she fir to thought or Field would be modest with Only Johnson did not say. hire keen had uttered a heart attack a few teat reactors operation which Werea t made Tor the and ran next door for help there j and with the government providing record that the ordinance does a negro Shoeshine boy confirmed some of the financial backing t exit. He Merly said he had t the Holdup then Between i960 and 1970. They found it yet he said he saw the Bandit flee forecast increasing number of. Nuclear plants under construction. Council also left hanging fire a with private Industry shouldering discussion regarding Street i pro most if not All of the Cost Vemens. Second Ward t Kemper a by 1980, a they said a nuclear Bruton said he was of the opinion Power plants May conceivably a Council should approve All Street count for a much Asio to 15 per Black Topping cent of the total generating Capac mayor Jackson told Bruton the i record payments by property owners Are available the City 1 clerk s office at All times a we Aren t trying to hide he said. Third Ward s Rupert Crafton told makes the executive Branch of the White was subpoenaed last government the coequal of the leg a running feud Isia Tive Branch. Kiwan ions to Hawk couriers aug. 20. Street dim a by this Pulaski negroes rebuffed try for prompt school integration smoothly that the Public did t know anything about it until it was Over and the men were gone a the Bandit his haste left a a Are there any plans for any school asked Williams. A not at the present time a replied Dunn Williams had a it ked the Board to Start integrating negroes and Whites the schools As ordered by the u. S supreme court at the beginning of the fall term speaking for the Hoard supt. E f Dunn replied that a immediate mos Thad Williams attorney for integration is not practical. He Little Rock chapter later praised the National association for the said a dual school program a1- the boards Little Rock f a a negro delegation which nought prompt integration of the races the Rural schools of Pulaski county was rebuffed yesterday by the county s special school District Board. Which told them there Are no plans for integration the near future Shotgun victim still critical the ,y0r that a a a afraid we me menu a Linda Faye Knight 6-.ear-<> left 0pen when we put Trail of Bills from a he Bank vault a irl a Raj we heat let who yester Down some of this City Oil Grav to tile ailed whew the truck wis cd i truck by 11 but Shotgun a reported to be still mayor Jackson said it a to �.�?. A. J critical condition Thi morning by try to keep the dust Down Well Walla Hospital officials used through area. Little Linda Faye a playing Crafton said it nevertheless was with eight year old brother hard for him to explain to other Side her Home located Between gee Council Page 12 Huffman and number nine comm Blytheville Al wants club has set saturday aug Joaa the Hay when it sell newspaper the streets for the Benefit of underprivileged children. Kiwan Lan Fred Samie fur. Chairman of this year event announced the Date today the Kiwa Niana will sell copies of the courier news the City for whatever the purchaser wishes to give All proceed go to the club underprivileged children work. The newspaper Sale project a launched three year ago and a been made annual event. Last year the club averaged nearly 40 cent per paper during it Sale. Papers Are provided free. Weather Ike signs two Bills to Law Bud Bowker to leave Swift Northeast Arkansas partly Cloudy and continued warm this afternoon tonight and thursday with widely scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers. High this afternoon near 90 Low tonight near 70s. Missori a fair North partly 8 w it Bud it Bowker who has a 3-Man delegation from White Secretary treasurer and Man America inc., attended the meet Ager of Swift furniture co for the ing As observer. I heir spokesman past six years has announced i Phillips president of the resignation. A my. Wh . Shotgun i Man facet and truck her the face neck r and cheat beet Bales charges the girl Mother had just gone to the Field around 5 00 yesterday w Ashington a president Eisenhower yesterday signed Billa extending the defense production Jay Outh this afternoon with and Small business administration littered thundershowers South Law s East mostly fair tonight and the defense production Law pro thursday Coaler North tonight vide for allocations and priorities tonight lower 60 Northwest to funnelling material to military 65-70 Southeast High thursday and atomic contract and help to the building the capacity of Desense maximum minimum this morning �?78 Homer be share a charged Plant it also forbids ship and Sunru tomorrow�?$17. Sunset today a m morning the Accident occurred be municipal court with Selling Beer planes to visit red China or to car-1 he a ill go to Little Rock where i tween the time the Mother left sunday yesterday morning his by items designed for red China i i 1 Tiou Quot ult m nor it a m a tand and pledged his he will be associated with his Broth and 5 30. Case a continued until saturday the business measure increases advancement of coloured people ready has been draped for the organization s Eor med support 01 or. L. R Bowker Farmer Oiler children . The House ran morning and spokesman for the 30-member 1955-56 school year and that a any move to resist integration Durance group. For help and the girl was rushed to Bond was set at 150 what shortage of funds would prohibit White America is a Nar Kansa delegation didst indicate the total revolving fund available for Small business loan from 150 Qulin another Case James Noah was Uon dollars to 176 million it Aio is a Natkanska he a lived Osceola nine year Wall Hospital action if any the a act would and a drastic changes plans this 01 Gam action devoted to maintain and is being Suer �1ed by Bill my two other children near the scene charged with assault with a deadly increase the maximum loan a single math who joined Swift aug. I. Of the Accident escaped injury. Weapon his Cate a continued. Firm May get to $260,000. Take. Fear. I my racial segregation. Precipio Ntina Jan. I to a mfg to m this Date last year maximum yesterday 48 minimum Thea morning 46 precipitation january i data a i at to
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