Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 23, 1954 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 23, 1954
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HOPE STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS P'" n& efumbtofj hee&df itt.i'j • « ' Lehman Auto Sui Leaders Push for Action on Treaty Plan By JO HALL WASHINGTON, (M— The Senate goes hack to its lengthy debate on th£ feriefcef proposal to cttrb treaty powers today with leaders p'ress- ing for final action on the thorny (juestion this week. ; The proposed coftltitutlbfial dmettdmenl has been before the body for almost a month', although laid a'slde temporarily for sonie other business. Republican Leader Knowlaiid of California told newsmen he thbtight the Senate now was ready to dis- post of the matter tomorrow or ThUriday. He said considerable other legislative business Is piling up. Up fof consideration today is art afrieftdment offered by Sen. Bricker (R'Ohio) to his own Original proposal, which drew strong opposition from President Eisenhower BriCker now proposes to write MARKETS Vets May Submit Band/s Disease Plan LlfTL&^OCK, W^- the Arkansas Veterinary Medical association yesterday appointed a committee e* i rtmts i iVfrfttn^K i to siud y the Possibility of letting vAf/HHtfif ertWVAnn^ ll! titfeiy few bulls offered; good and j graduate veterinarians taK6 over * - ^TaoS^ «tSe; barrows <*£ j«g|» ^j^f • <*>< ^ ^he Bang's disease vaccination pro- an d> Hit, 25-50 lower *«»£«; ^^^S^e.O^m day's average; sows steady -to 23, B ^ OAA lam h g a , gram ifl Arkansas. 3.224.0; rig slow althbugh few eifers steady; small 3.25; boars 16.00-20.00. Cattle 6,500, calves 1,500; open- Steers and lot choice y'earTingTteerg' 24.00; other good and choice! lots and few loads 20.00^ 2,50; cows openitlg fully steady nd moderately active:-utility and commercial cows ll.BO-13.00; canners and cutters 9.50-11.50 bulls and. vealers unchanged; utility and commercial bulls 12.00-14.00; cut> er bulls largely 10.50-11.50; rein- FAIR PARK COLISEUM . 24 m NEWEST BIG SHOW nto the already-revised resolution a provision that a treaty or other nternfltional agreement cannot become effective as domestic law mless Congress passes legislation oft It,'or unless the Senate so provides by a two-third vote in rallying a treaty. ' • This is a substitute for. a boarde provision which was knocked out n Senate voting last week. But even the milder version seems dbortied. * '••; .} INDOOR' ^STUPENDOUSLY. PRESENTfNG THE WORLD'S PFAIVIOUS, BIGGEST AND GREATEST FEATURES heavier sows 22.2!j- as, ly 22.25-23.00 included load mixed Weight with extremely heavy end, scattered sales good and choice lambs 20.00-22.00; very little under 22.00 except small lots; aged sheep steady; slaughter ewes 3.00"5.00 aged bucks 4.00. NEW YdRK STOCKS NEW YORK, Feb. 23 UP) — The stock market pursued a mixed course today with many leading Issues selling lower. he decline extended to around 2 points at the outside while gains were almost all fractional. On the depressed side were the aircrafts, distillers, most rubbers, steels, co pers, some oils, and electronics issues. Utilities were higher on balance and some chemicals were ahead. . Federal and state lay vaccinators now do the job but Dr. Carey E. Clark of El Dorado", new presi* dent of the AVMA, said "We believe that qualified veterinarians can do a better job than lay vac- inators. . ." Clark was elected president yes« tefday to succeed Dr. George •. Dugan of Texarkana. Other new officers include pr, W, C. fetitlfer Batesyille, vice president, succeeding Br. James A. Pulliam.of Jones* bofo, Dr. William L. Thomas of Little Rock, again was named sec* retary-treasurer. Earlier yesterday,. Df. Dugan urged adoption of a 'state, law td eliminate lay practices and raise the standards of veterinary medicine. He said "anybody" can get a .Veterinarian's license in jArkan sas now whether or not u "- "-• Wise Man Say: Intelligence consists In recognizing opportunity. , See ui for.fVre, public liability. workmans compen- ' aatlon,; automobile 1 ' I and other insUrands protection. Roy Anderson & Co. ents Be^Scire - Insure" Main' 8t. — Mope, Ark. Pho. 7-348.1, -M82. NE,W YORK COTTON NEW YORK, Feb. 23 (ffl — Cotton futures were steady today on trade and commission house buying, he market was helped by additional cotton purchase authorizations by the F.O.A, to foreign countries, while only nine March transferable notices were issued at New York. •'• .Much of activity involved switching from nearby March to later months. Later afternoon nrices were 5 to 45 cents a bale higher than tho nrevious .close. March 34.36, May 34.44 and July 34.31. POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO, Feb. 23 . UP) —Live poultry steady; receipts 1,200 coops on Monday 7:50 coops on Tuesday; f.o.b. paying prices unchanged; heavy hens 28-31; light hens -18-20 fryers and broilers 22- 25'old roosters 18-18. : ) Butter steady; rccei ts .2.172)558; wholesale buying prices unchanged; |93 score AA 65 92 A 65 90 B 62.5; 8D C 61.5; cars 9Q B 63; 89 C 62.5. Eggs weak. receipts 26,214 23 cents. Mostly 22 cent are Sherman Ross Assuming 4 management of National Laundry and Cleaners here is Sherman Ross, formerly connected with Idoal Laundry in Fort Smith where he was plant superintendent for the past two years. Mr. Ross promises continued National Laundry service to customers. Mrs. Ross and their two children plan to move here tn the near future. McCarthy-Army Continued from Page One to challenge what he calls McCarthy's "unwarranted abuse" of oyal arfny officers. The new case involved Mrs. Annie Lee Moss, whom McCarthy described as a current employe in an army signal corps code room in the Pentagon, Mrs, Mary Mark-ward, a former i"BI undercover agent, testified that sho had known a wornan named Annie Leo Moss as a Communist "as early as 1944." She said the woman worked in a Pentagon cafeteria at that time, and belonged to a Communist organization in which Mrs. Markward was an officer. "There is no question in my mind" but that this is the same woman who now works in the code room, Mrs. Markward said. Stevens told reporters he had 'never heard" about Mrs. Moss before today. Tuesday, Eebfuory 23, 1954^ nisi preceded him as a witness at the controversial hearing and '.'went down the line, testifying and naming names." "Senator McCarthy was pleased. He contragulated th e witnep Zwicker said. Then I took the stand and — boom. I never anticipated anything like it. It certainly was an experience to me." The general said he had been ordered by the Army Department to give an honorable discharge to Maj. Irving Peress of New York, who had been termed a "Fifth Amendment Communist" by McCarthy after he refused to answer questions about alleg fce'd activities. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO, Feb. WV— Soybeans soared nearly 10 cents', a bu'shtl to the highest prices in three •years in active dealings; on the Board of Trade today. • \ • • . Buying in soybeans in part reflected strength in soybean' „-•, oil and meal. The meal was quoted at -81,00 to $82.00 a ton in the cash market, a new eak for 19!54 and Up about $10,000 from the start of the year. . . Wheat also was quite firm," although not matching the gains in soybeans. All new crop .wheat futures set new seasonal highs on; buying attributed in part to ' re-' ceipt of more dust storms in the winter wheat belt over the week end. . . Corn scored modest gains and Revolution Sons Nome Officers Wholesale buying prices 1 to ._ cent lower; U. S. largio 415; U.S. mediums 40; U. S. standards 40 current receipts 39.5 checks, and dirties: 38.5. LITTLE ROCK (ffl — Poultry report: Batesville-Floral area; et steady to firm. Deman<J4ijp: goo4- Offerings reported sHoi't demand at all ponits. Some growers holding. Trading moderate. Pi ices at the faim, broilers or fryers, ZVi to 3% pounds, 22 to oats did parctically nothing. Wheat closed 1 -3 ] / 4 higher, March $2.1C, corn : 3 {,- higher, March $\.5V/^,' B . oats % lower to S/M higher, March 75%, rye 1 ...to l'/ 2 higher, March $i.l8'/2, and soy : be'ans 4y 4 -7 higher, March-:$3.36r Gash .wheat: No'; 2'.red 2.18. Corn: No." 1 yellow. 1.56 No;, 2 1.55-56; ..No. 3 1.53V 2 -55;, sample grade lAO-5iV 2 ; No.' 2 white, 1:08. Oats: sam le grade medium helvy white 74% No,;i.;whlte : "'*''"-'"""• No. 1 heavy white 80^-81; "NpV-3 77Vz-79; No. '4 77%; sampie'.gJtadc white 7.-Soybeans: 'None'; ; • .'' Barley nominal: .Malting 1.20^62 feed 93-1.1(5. Field' Sedd pe'r • : IOO Ib nomiiial: White :.clbbe'f 10.2510.75; 'red top 57.0q-58;00;V ;i ilsike IT.OO'ia.OO; tirftothy i2.50rl3.9p' r'ed cWef 27.pO-28tb. ; Vi. •<}'••'•• '-•'•'.•'• •••<<;'•••• LITTLE ROCK, M —Mason E. Mitchell of Conway was re-elected president of thp Arkansas Society, Sons of the American Revolution, here last night at the group's 05th annual meeting. Brig. Gen. E. L. Compere of El Dorado was chosen first vice president; William R. Snodgrass of Little Rock, second vice president: Sam M. Wassell of Litt>°. Rock, chancellor; Dr. John H. ReyJ nolds of Conway, historian Josepn Brooks of Little Rock, genelogist Robert W. Mosley of Conway, registrar; Ellis G. Mosley of Batesville, chaplain; Edward O. Michell of Conway, treasurer; Frank E. Robins III of Conway, librarian and Dr. C. H. Dickerson, of Con- waji, secretary. Top Radio Programs NEW YORK W) — Selected pro-i grams tonight: . ' NBC ,—7:30 Barrie Craig; 8:35 Sinatra who-dun-it; 9:30 Sec. of Labor Mitchell talk. egg —, 7:30 the Norths; 8:30 My Friend Irma; 9:35 Melody in the Night.. 1 A(BC — 8 TOWN MEETING: 9:35 Music Time. MBS — 7 Spillane Myster; 8:30 The-Search. CAMP KILMER, N. J. (UP) — Brig. Ralph W. Zwicker says Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy "congratulated" a former Communist who testified just before he did at a secret hearing in New York last week. "This, fellow, an acknowledged former Communist, was commond- nd for doing a wonderful patriotic duty and it shounded like the senator thought ho ought to have a medal or something, "Zwucker said in an interview yesterday. wicker, holder of the Silver Star and Legion of Merit for his combat service in World II, was told by McCarthy that he was "not fit" to wear a uniform after he and the senator tangled over the handling of the discharge of a suspected Communist major. Zwicker holder of the Silver Star Kilmer, said he did not know who in the Army Department ordered the major's honorable discharge and "I'm not supposed to know." The, general, a West Point graduate, said the admitted ex-Commu- DO CRAMPS give you that monthly look? Why let telMilt mIMry, "nervM" show In Joiif wt1 Does your mirror show nn older-looking..,, worn-out, nervous Sn.ce. during your "bn<Jj I dnya?" Why let men see Unit you a re j suffering from monthly crampaV Try u little Cardui ench day as thimnandfl of women do. Let it help build stvenKtli anil resistance so you have lesn and less misery each month. Some no through periods without feeling any discomforts at nil. Also helps relax Jittery nerves—sleep Letter. Look, feel, not younKor, more normal'all month. Ask for Cardui. (Say; "cnrrf-i/oii-ryc"). MONTHLY CRAMPS CHANGE OF LIFE CARDiJl graduates of a -recognized school! for' veterinarians. ,>:'• The convention §nds. today. NEED MONEY? We make real estate loans for all purposes—to buy, build, repair, refinance, etc. Our attractive monthly reduction plans help you to pay off the mortgage systematically and conveniently t^- the interest reduces each month as you make monthly payments on loan. There Is No Better Plan HOPE FEDERAL Savings & Loan Association 112 E. 2nd Phone 74661 LET US REPLACE THAT BROKEN We replace broken glass for all makes of Cars. Co out and see us today. 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