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LYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS TIIK DOMINANT NEWSPAPER rw Nnn.Tiii5A«i\ An.r.x.r,.,, "•"*. » " ^<-/ VOMWE XXXVI—NO. G9. ™^TOMra^N.RWSPAPK^O P NOHTHEABJ ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI niylhevllle Courier Mississippi Valley JWhPvUtenmu_ niytheviiie Daily News _ Bl-YTIIEVlLIiB, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY, JUNK 9, 1939 George VI and Roosevelt If • S&BhM £"% Soviet Will Release American Woman But Husband Still Held MOSCOW, June !). (UP)— Mr.s.~R,,U, Marie Rubens American involved with her husband in a sensational pass- part (raud and espionage case, pleaded guilty in municipal court today to entering Soviet Russia on a false passport and was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment Because of the time she lias *spent In custody since her arrest' the sentence was considered already served and she will be freed tomorrow. Mrs. Rubens was tried merely on a charge of illegal entry, instead »f espionage, which would ha lie Involved a hearing before a military tribunal with the death sentence a possibility. . The fate of Rubens himself remained n mystery. It was not. revealed whether he was being held on the mere .serious charge of espionage. Mrs. Hnbens and her husband. heard 6'rTjipnr since'. Out of the arrests came a pass- , .. port fraud trial in Neiv York Ed- y* 10 "^- The suiL „._„ „... „ ..,,.„„„,„„,.„ ,-,,„,, - , ward Blatt. lawver, friend of Hu- h| 8'.'«'«y accident In which 'her! M ,«,,,, „, , ac '' cs S|iral(1 ovcr i,™.. ^,...;.- „-.,... . . liushnnrl Ohni-i™ »„,<,<„ i.,ii Mississippi county from Ihe Miss- , bens; Ossip Garber, and Aaron Sliarfm, were sentenced lo tivo years In prison each by federal courl in New York City May fl last. Bin tt was charged with sending forged passporls from the ing lorgM pnssporls from tlie J "^"tui. ^uv. <=», HUH, wmch state department lo hcmes of his orallrred on Highway 02 near Risco, fripTlrlc: nlii-l rain I ittoi- rin wli^u ...IK. "10, friends and relatives. Garber with forging passport photographs and Sharrm with gelling false passport applications approved. The three men remained silent throughout the trial and sentencing, in keeping ivlth the deep mystery which attached to the Rubens case from its beginning. Prosecuting authorities were not even able to establish the Inie name of Rubens, who went also under the name of Donald Louis Robinson. The Rubemes. it was held, used forged passports to enter Russia. Mrs. Frederick Boerger, of Miami, Ha., mother of Mrs. Riiben.s. testified at the New York trial that her daughter and Rubens sailed hurriedly for Europe in October, 1937, after receiving a secret midnight, call at their apartment. Mrs. Boerger said that she pleaded with her daughter and son-in-law not to leave so precipi- lioiisly. She continued: "Marie told me that when Arnold gels a call he must go immediately." Two sisters of Mrs. Rubens said that the couple lived at five different places in three years, that Rubens kept a secret locked room at four of them, and that he had paid $500 to a now defunct magazine for permission to be known as Us assistant editor. It was disclosed in a Moscow . dispatch of the United Press Dec 9, 1937, that Arnold and Ruth Rubens had disappeared sudenly, in nicst mysterious circumstances. from their rcoms n i the National Hotel. . Rubens, or Robinson as lie was known to Americans in Moscow. disappeared first. Several days later his pretty blende wife told American correspondents that he had left their quarters ostensibly to go to a. hospital to be treated for fever. Mrs. Rubens appeared to have been weeping. Next day Mrs. Rubens had disappeared. She had been seen entering her bedroom the night be- Claude P, cooper and . T. j, Crowder represented tlie plaintiff nnd B. p. Baynes, of New'Madrid wns attorney for the defendants. Ku Kliix Klan May Change Leadership ATLANTA, June 9. (UP)—More than 200 leaders of the Ku Klux Klan assembled here today tor a secret "klonvb:aticii". that may result in change of leadership and policy of thc secret, order. - Cliicafjo Wheat fore. but slept In. the bed had nil been American embassy officials found Rubens' room stripped of his private papers. WEATHER Aikansas-Parlly cloudy tonight and Saturday, scattered thundershowers In north portion. — cloudy tonight with local showers; not much change in temperature. Wife Of Man Killed In Highway Accident Wins Jury Verdict Mrs. Ellev Swain was awarded Adolf -Arnold Rubens were seized Mre ' Ellev Swain W(ls awarded iirMoscow 'on espionage charges in J" d S m .ent of $5000-in her damage December; .'my.-.'and little ha'd been 5!, gainst Herman' Anders and hc'anrdrTJipnrsinrE'"- " ~ Clauds NewinghaiiV at the June SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Irish "Dissenters' Missing As Congressmen Creel, Royally years ago. WASHINGTON, Juno 9. (UP)— King Ooige VI imd queen Elizabeth shook hands today wllh members of congress under iho dome of the capital building which Brit- half destroyed 125 Their firm handclasp rapped n pledge of Anglo-American friendship (ousted by Ihe king anil I'rcsl- drnt Uoosevelt Insl night. Licking only a few Irish-blooded members and n scallerlng of olhor dlssenlers, most of' (he 06 senators and 435 representatives turned but fur the hand slinking ceremonies so familiar lo veteran pollllclnns. Her Majesty Enjoys the Show -"••• • • .. ;' J quest, lii i| U . nonse rooms ilny . another typical Work Resumed After Delays Due To Excessive Rains - ditch cleaning and enlarging jobs of Drainage District 17 are now underway again, nmk- mg employment for more than 300 men who are doing the $306000 Jobs after having been temporarily stopped because of (he excessive rains. H is believed (hat the contracts will be completed before 1940 for the ditch work which will affect the chamngi.' of every aci-c of farm land in Mississippi county, in the opinion of John W. Meyer, engineer of Drainage District 17. This is the first time that all of thn jobs have been underway at one time. All of the main ditches and most, of the laterals will he cleared and many enlarged in this program which wns started late last year. ,'vWhen ihese jobs are finished, Ihe '" ' 105,000 acres will be In Washington scorcher, lletore 11 onilpd there was no doubt Ihe British couple, 'accustomed to damp and chilly English summers, would welcome their one brief respite In a gruelling day of official functions—n fooling yucht trip wllh President, nnd Mrs. Roosevelt down [he broad Potomac river to Mount Vcrnon. There thc king will place a wreath ul the tomb ol George Washington, who led the revolu- lon against nn earlier King George. The king and queen rose ,curly despite their crowded schedule of yesterday. Thc official program of Ihc day clld not end until n few mlimles after minlgul when Ihe' last guest left the While House; nl(er n notable dinner of state nnd n innslcale. Even then the king did not retire. He and President Roosevelt, sat down In Ihe quiet comlort of the .second lloor study where not n few American presidents have pondered nnd struggled ovcr Uillish-Amerl-; can relations.. There Ihcy sat and WlH'lhcr a British morning pot o leu wns served first wns not ills closed, , But the breakfast Itself wn strictly slanilnrit-Ainerlcan frill jmre, toast, fonr-o, bacon nnd eggs Then aflcr Mrs. Hoosei'clt hat held a press conference wllh news- jyiixn- women nnd paid high tribute to Iho CIIIPOH'S "roinpnssHMinti? im- Ueistnmllng ol conditions dial piisl people lo desperation" [he royn. couple wns presented lo the 84 assembled women reporter*, .'I'liu roynl couple men drove swiftly through lliife'-stmngli'd sticels to the capital. The king worn formal morning alllre. The i|itpcn, riulliml ili'.vpllo iiic hcnt nnd her waving schwlnle, wore u while tint crepn dress with silver accents. rvirly Ike minutes were allotted to thc congressional 'reception. The king and queen were met, at Ihe steps of llic capital by n welcoming committee, headed by 'chairman Key Plttmnn mom,. Nev.) of the senate foreign relations commlllce and Representative Sol Bloom (Dem., N. Y.). ncllng chairman of the house foreign uifnlrs commll- lce. Inside the rotunda the eyes of Ihe roynl visitors could not fall to note huge wall pnhUlngs depleting the surrender of the British nt Yorklown, llic sinning- of the Dee- Inrallon of Independence, statues of George Washington nnd Thomas Jelfcrson and other reminders ol the fuel lhat Anglo-American relations were once written In blood chatted until clocks chimed morning. the one While House' o'clock In the The royal day started with n good American breakfast served to the king and <mcen at their re- nnd bullets Instead of toasts of pence nnd friendship. After the coiijiresslonnl reception ine king inn) queen drove directly lo the navy yard lo Join president Roosevelt on bonrd (he S. s. Po- .onmc for the cruise lo Mount Vcrnon. urn Pflci lerin of court in New Madrid Mo ' n,-- i --->--- ........ >>,,. u <; ,,, -esteraay. The suit grew out of a |' '^" st ™ lltm '°». nccording lo husband, Chnrles Swain, was killed. The defendants announced they would appeal to the supreme court Mr. Swain was Hilled in a highway accident Nov. 23. 1938 which WHEAT July Sept. 75 753-8 high 751-8 75ft-8 74 :i- 7.1 close 7-1 ,'i-4 7:1 1-ii Chicago Corn July Sept. open 507-8 521-4 low 511-2 close 50 5-8 523-8 511-8 52 British-Frencli-R u s s i a,ri , Agreement May Be Greatly Enlarged ' LONDON, June 9. (UP)—An Impending British-Prench-Russlan defense [jact may ultimately be ex- Isslppl river on (he east, to the • , county hue on iho west and almost' ™? ,'T ltuii " „ - -to (he southwest extremity of thcl f ct ° TOver thc Pilr &•«<• •»" county "j Japan Joins the German-Kalian' At the ccmpletion of these Jobs, iod"?' T R """ lcc ' " W " S ™«"'^»<' •'—•••l<ik.i:LiJii in MIU^U JUUS the district will do no more work except maintenance; It has been announced. These projects coordinate with the new levee program, ivhlch when completed, will give parts of Mississippi county sufficient levee protection, drainage and roads ii Is believed. When llic work' Is completed, iho ditches will have been cleared of all irces, brush and other debris, removal of bars deepening In places, sloping of (he banks, and the spoil banks so leveled down that they can, with a minimum amount nf work, be cultivated by (he adjacent' innd own- Contractors arc: William Crump- becker and son of Morehutise, Mo., Oliver ,7. Triideaii of Detroit, Mich., D. B. Btiyles of Pnxton,' HI., cud J,. K. 'Harris of Dundee Miss. Ugcs and Hologna Too Much MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. (UP) —A wife testified in her divorce suit (hat her husband provided only "eggs and bologna" for food during Ilicir tvra years of married lite. She said her husband was In Ihe egg business. today. II wns believed that plans hnd already been worked out for Japan to collaborate with Germany In event of war 'with Russia but the Issue was the possible extension of such plans to cover n German war with Great Britain and Prance. William Slrang, chief of the central European division or the foreign office, was expected to Ily to Moscow early next week with new prnpcsnls for Russia's entry Into the British-Trench security front. ff TO POLICE 'inally Identifies Herself; Kidnaped Child Slia Was 'Hircil To Walch SAN FRANCISCO, June 0. (UP) —Police announced today that thc >relty 10-year-old governess who cldnapcd for ransom the baby boy he .was hired to protect, has tdcn- Mrs. Mary Butler, 56, Sustains Rib Injuries Mrs. Mary Butler, 56, fractured several ribs when she fell from out a rear door of a farm house nt Totnnto ilils morning. Siie Is rest- Ing very well at the Walls hospital where she was brought following the accident. The accident occurred at the hcme of it daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Wagner, whom Mrs. Butler has been nursing. She was preparing '- l out some clothes when she missed the step and fell. Bland Says Newspapers j. Doing Little,To Protect Own Freedbrn V;::'' HOT SPRINGS, Ark., June D. (UP)—Newspapers nrc doing little lo protect the freedom of (he press, President James t,. ninntl of Iho Arkansas, Press Association mild today. Speaking before the 67th'nnnnnl convention cf the association Bland cited the recent refusal of British government lo permit former king's speech lo be broadcast as an example of how dictatorship can make Inroads into democracies. . "It could happen here," he suld. Blnnd charged that "our nation stands today on a weakened foundation, our economic Ills have not been solved, f offer Ihe Inescapable conclusion nf my own mind lhat America -will suffer when the press Is no longer Independent and In self preservation seeks siibsldl/.n- llon." , Mai-enrol Well of . tified herself u Nassau, N. Y. Previously she had refused to disclose her correct imme nnd had tolil Investigators she would BO lo prison for life on ttic kidnaping charge rather (linn tell them who she was or wlral motive prompted her lo abduct llve-year-old Krche Osbom for $I,OM ransom. But after extensive police said she (old them she was wanted for burglary In Ohlciigo In January and In ijia Angeles Insl month. .. ••••-" 'w-. J - .-'».-.. ,."Previously she hud fold'police she needed the money "lo protect the life of one icry dear, to IHC." She laughed nl suggestion!: she bud an accomplice or Dint a romance might have been Involved. "I've only gonu out with three boys since I cnme here seven weeks 1 met at » Distillers Seeks To Halt Proceedings In $30,000 Tax Action LI'ITLE HOCK, Juno !>. (UP)—The supreme court was asked lod«y hy the SouthwoslQin Distilled Products, Inc, fo^rant u writ of prohibition to suspend proceedings in a suit broiiKlU. by 1'ioscculor John II, Bull in Bcnlon county to recover $80,01)0 in luxes nllcgedly unpaid on liquor distributed Iroin the (oiicci'11'.i Sulphur Springs rectifying Casualties And Dqmage By McClurkiii Speaks To Rotary Club Today W. D. McChirkln, superintendent of city schools, was the principal speaker nt Ihe weekly luncheon meeting of the notary club nt the Hotel Noble yesterday. His subject was "Abnormal Psychology." Jerry Cohen attendee! the meeting as a junior member for this month. Guests were Dcwey Mnorc McCUirkin, and of Helena, Mr. U. S. Branson Ji Then Attempts To Kill Self At Forrest City FORREST CITY, Jlltie f). (UP( — Pnnlallon Reyes, 34-year-old Mexican farm worker, lold officers today that he killed Pelra Strlv, his 10- ye.ir-old sweetheart, In ;l jcalnlis rage last night and then rtttornptKl lo commit suicide. The Afexlcan had four knife wounds In his stomach. In a statement made through nn Interpreter at the St. Francis county Jail he said lie did not regret the slaying of the girl, ffc told cmcers of having slabbed her through thc heart as the climax of a quarrel nnd then turning (he knife en himself. • ;Kstimatcd CHUNGKING, China, June 0 (UP)—Twenty seven Japanese bombers raided (his capital tonight, heavily bombing the downtown dts- Irlcla and lower clly which suffered In the raid of May 2li. disunities and damage could not be estimated Immediately. IJombs Icll near Ihe VYench con- sulalc. Chinese pursuit jilnne.i engaged the Japanese In a dog tight -above the outskirts of Ihe clly and lalcr snld Ihcy had shot down two Japanese planes nnd had driven oil the raiders. Half an hour Inlcr a dclnl) of Japanese bombers reliirncil and bombed Ihe lower clly. Bus Driver Cleared In Fatnl Accident CARUTIIERSVILLE, Mo., June 0.—W. O. I'lguec of Memphis, driver of Ihe bus which struck the cm Sunday noon when William E. Lane, 42, was killed, was released lodny. His release following n hearing before Maglslrale J. D. sisk nt which Prosecuting Attorney K W Hawkln requested dismissal of the charge. The driver hnd been free on a }500 bond pending the lie.u- Thc Carulliersvllle man was driving his car out of a lining slatton when It was slruck by Ihe bus. •* plnnt, Thc company won a point yeslcr- day wlfcn Chancellor Prank Dodge of thc Pnlnskl chancciy court granted a tcmporaiy Injunction lo prevent Revenue Commissioner Z M. JfeCnrrolI from enforcing regulations recently adopted to govern rectifying plnnts. In the Fulaskl court the concern attacked a into o( Ihe revenue department which provides lhat "no rccttflcr slmll soil Ilquoi received Into Ihe stnle unless such liquor has been blended, .reclined of mtod by the rcclinei ," t 1 *" '"*•""f ? " r " The company contended that tho regulation was contrary to law and that Commissioner McCnrroll was exceeding his authority. The suit was brought by Prosecutor Butt nftcr he led a.raid on-the Sulphur Springs plnnt, confiscating 0,877 eases of unstamped whiskey. New York Cotton. NRW YORK, June 9. '(DP)— Osceola Is Center Of Shnners Frolic And pS^yln^lhaMhc 8 ™ S}*,™!^^ " e< ! dciII " <lc ' CBati0n M( " 11 ' ) " is w ' e « ^ P««nl. s ihr »m,vL n T,., Ir 1 ,..?._. - °. ! nrplld tllrce hu'iflred Shriners Chief source of f, n tinn, is the "playgro'und-of-Ma™',;;^ n-cm'"nm X SH,? ^T, CM T™ ° f f "" clllr1 ^ tlle was proven here today as seven Clmnli n™ i , f g c Al l momm 8 hollr s were the ludicrous hundred Shriners and .heir wive" fhi ?rScdf M« ' """^ ^ h»mlllaUng lasks asslsncd Ihe ir^^^^SK ;!E~™-'™ r »"- h S: *" nf — ' - ^r^'tp^r «i^^-z^^ ««« r^^^-^r^i^?^ Osceola, decreed thc day be given ridian. MLilsslpp, Sti" TOn- over lo marrymaking and enter- pie Litlle Rock ' Ulnment of nil those wearing the . Louis. Rb.pah in runny lit le Fez with knlcidiscoptc | Ararat Temple, i Moolah of alin and velvet costumes of red.isouri. Zamor.i' Blr nhiKhim A a" irecn.nd god won, only hylhosc lien li,,r and S?"1 0A '*V nobles who have crossed the hot sands of Mecca, the holy city and legendary birthplncc ol the Shrine lien Hur and Hclla Temples of Auslin ami Dallas, Texas. In addition to (he Chief Rabban assistant Rabban. high priests pro- ,,.. r , — "• ""^ •Ji'""^ j ii.xM.-ji.il 111, rulUl/Ull In CM nvinctc mv> S-Wsf-rKH alien ceremonies of the forty-three neophytes, eight past-potentates of Sahara Temple, led the advam'e delegation of officials that arrived the night before. Others came by autos and on thc special train that left Pine Bluff early Thursday, slopping in Stuttgart, Brin'xley, met by cars from here Lake Hayes were present. They were ex-stale senator, Sam M. Levine Steve Boardman, Guy Goodman, Thomas "!?„.?[' Er , H -, M =Pa<'den, R. Ely „ " ' Ingrain, Frank H. Bollnger, rec- class of candidates, among theai Myron Nallling. Elliot Sartaln, Dr. George Cone, Roland Orecn and other such dignified and professional men wearing only a barrel, shirt and necktie; Ben P. Butler, Jlmmlo Gwaltncy. nnd Leo Sbrleck deputy sheriff and Bcrtiilion expert, peddling chewing gum, pins, needles and Indies lingerie vmtll each raised live dollars; C. L. Moore selling special editions of the Osccola Times unlll he made like amount; wiiilc-hnircd J. T. Coslon and sober and serious J. A. Pigg riding slick horses for three hours through the business section and Sam Coble nnd E. S. Chiles fishing for hours In (lie hot sun from a watcrbiiri.cl at Osceoln's busiest corner. Tables were turned on Prosecuting Attorney Bruce Ivy as Sheriff Hale Mn, IJ j ,.«.*.«.,. mcu u^ ml3 11 mil nCrC, L&KC Jia\TS "Ul.ilfctl oiK.^.rl,.,! 1 ^::.^ 1 . 1 : r^ 111 .^ ? *' qhml« Temple in 0 ^": ^^ co»-» n and Memphis, Police Chief will a Lee and WHs Davis, prominent Mcm- Will Wooclmansc, past potentate and recorder of A] chymia Temple. dollars In ten cent lines for traffic violations. Following Die barbecue luncheon on the high school campus at noon, a floor show, musical program ami group singing wns held In Ihe gymnasium under the direction of Charles E. Sullengcr, general chairman and master of ceremonies for the day, and Eugene Packard. Miss Jean Chiles, popular high school senior and radio singer over WMC, was chosen the Sweetheart of the Shrine. Miss Chiles was recently voted the most outstanding performer on the Talent Foundation Program after twenty-one consecutive appearances over WMC and has been given a contract with tlumko to sing weekly over their program. She vvlll be heard in her first program June 12. Late In the afternoon the visitors were guesls of Miss Emma Cox, owner of the Gem Theatre, for s theatre party, then aulomo- ^ , ^...^..i, »^.« ,u, ta lui'uire pariy, men avuonio Jsckson and Chief of Police Dave bile drives before the fish fry sup- Young led him along with Elliott] per on the high school grounds. Sarlatn. Jimmlp C!\vn hiov n>iri si^h p^,. r««.. *u- ....Li,- .. ., ?. , artatn, Jimmle Gwallney and Slab Jones of BIythevHIe, to the Osceola Jail where they were locked in a cell for two hours, Louie Isaacs, niylhevil c neophyte, hnd a hard time as traffic cop raising his ten . For fear the public may think that Shriners do nothing but play, Wll- linm Shophard, chlcl Rabban of Saharn, wns Introduced by Miss Cox before thc main show at the theatre nnd told of the benevolent work of the organization, showing U| c Rock was Initialed ns n courlcw a short mot-1. nf ti,« <3n,, ir.^,, !i_ _..._., """"" Ui . lwl u!> " courlcs > short movie of the Snn Francisco Shrine Hosnllal for Crippled Children, which Is one. of fifteen such hospitals maintained by the Shrine In United States, Cnnada to Sctmltnr Temple In thnl city. Those received yesterday were L. W. Wllllnms. J. E. 'nirnllklll. W. J. Alexander, O. I,. Baldrldgc. O P. Burke, Ben F. Butler. R. H. Cole. and the Phmppmes/a^donar o Dr ^^7^,^ sand children have been rehabilitated in Shrine hospitals. Tlie Shrine nira showing the recent East-West football game played each New Years Day In San Frnn- clsco for the benefit of the lios- --..-w .~. vll( , , /(;Jltiil , ux lnL , llos - (irecn R P lyifHn Mi.m» Mnm ^i.^r;^"^ «« ^^.? ta ». I ¥!S.a^ That Weak Legs May Walk." The Shrine Ball at Osccota Community Club House last night closed the festivities, An Important factor In bringing Ihe ceremonial to Osceola when It is usually not held In towns under twenty-five thousand was the work of Lehman W. Williams In securing filly-two signed petitions In about three months time, constituting the largest class In ten years. Although flfty-two petitions were filed only forty-three were ready for Initiation yesterday. Tlie others will be taken in later, c. C. Howell of Llt- Owallney. C. W. Hoover, L. K. Isaacs, Bruce Ivy. w. O. Ken hey, H. W. KInncy, J. c. Klrkpntrick, Lloyd Lnyne, E. M. Morion, Elliolt Sartaln, Leo Schrleck, Clay Thrall- kill, B. H. Williamson,' Roland Green, B. P. Lonin, Myron Nnlll- Vnrncr, O. L. Woods, Dr. Paul D Wesson, L. 11. Autrcy. C. L. Moore, E. S. Chiles, Sam Coble, H B Rces. L. A. Crcacy. It Is anilclpaled that a Shrine Club will be formed In Osceola nt an early dale. x Among the women prominent In Eastern Star circles who were here for thc day were Mrs. Sarah Mae Townsend ol Pine Blufl. Mrs. Es- tclte -Hynson, Amory, Miss., worthy grand matron of the state, and Mrs. Frances Bogan, tiusora, past worthy grand matron of Arkansas. Colt on closed steady. July Oct. Dec. Jan. Mar. May open i)3l D42 819 811 800 803 high 931 845 S20 «12 808 8trj low 923 834 811 811 70S 794 close D29 845 320 812ti 8(M 800 Spol.s dosed at 999, off I. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, June 9. (UPi- Cotton [inures clnsed very steady today, oft one to up the points. 'there wus very little trading on the market. July Oct. open . 934 850 high low 034 930 853 8)4 Dec 828 831 824 Jnn. Mnr. May 819 813 808 813 80S Spots closed dull at changed. HID 800 050, close 032 852 830 822 814, 810 nn- Stock Prices NEW YORK, June 9. (UP)The stock market advanced fractions lo two points today, carrying the Industrial average into new high ground since March 27 A. T. & T Anaconda Copper .... Associated D, a. Beth. Steel Chrysler General Electfle General Motors Int. Harvester Montgomery. .Ward ... N. Y. central ....'.... Phillips Pet Schenley Simmons Bed Socony Vac Standard OH N. J. . Texas Corp U. S. Steel 168 1-4 25 i-2 8 58 1-8 22 5-8 36 5-8 45 i-4 G2 . 52 1-8 15 1-4 36 ' G 1-4 14 1-4 24 1-2 12 45 40 1-8 49 1-2 Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS III, June 9 (UP)—Hogs, receipts G.CtXl Top, 6.50 170-230 Ibs., 6.3S-6.45 140-160 Ibs., 5.50-5,85 ' Bulk sows 4.65-5.35 Cattle, receipts 1,000 Steers 8.65 ' Slaughter steers 7.00-ll',00 Mixed yearlings, heifers 7.5D-8.75 Slaughter heifers 7.00-9.75 Beef cows 5.75-6.60 Cutters and low cutters 4.25-5.50-

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