The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1952 · Page 7
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December 17, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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WEDNESDAY, DEC. IT, 1958 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS PAGE Ike to Remain Neutral in Senate Leadership Fight Aide Says General Won't Take Sides With faft or Others (Continued from Page I) confident "there Is « clear and definite solution to the Korean con I '"el"" I Elsenhower, who returned from ^^Korea last Simdayj messaged Mac IB Arthur during the trip home " he would like lo confer with him MacArthur accepted the Invitation but no time was set. Questioned dally about when the two will meet, James C. Hagerty Eisenhower's press secretary, ha been replying there was no new on the matter. Last night, however Hagerty declarer!* "I have nothln L to say," when asked whether sehhower or his staff had been 1 touch with MacArthur to arrang a conference. Won't TM&cuss Matter The Eisenhower aloe who talked to a reporter about the Senate Republican leadership said the general repeatedly has refused to be drawn into a discussion of the matter. ( -- Sens. Carlson and Smith said they had avoided bringing up Ihe subject at their separate conferences with Eisenhower; But Srhlth aald he had discussed It later with Carlson. Smith said he also had talked It over with Taft, and with Bridges too. "There isn't going to be any contest for leadership of the Senate," Carlson declared. ''We are . going to sit around a table and work It out." k Srrilth said Taft told him he was ^Voridering whether he ought to pass up chairmanship of the Senate Labor Committee if he were named majority leader. Smith added that he urged Tafl to handle both jobs. The Ohlo.an, Smith said, Is brilliant and has no superior iri the Senate from the standpoint of ability. Smith talked to Oov. Sherman Adams of New Hampshire, who will be assistant lo the hew President, about the complaints of some GOP senators that Eisenhower appointments are not being sent through customary senatorial chah- 'Holiday Air' Cancels Rites -or Killer Cook •24 ttsrtlbylu v Iidll42acs 17 FIRST LEAD COOK OKLAHOMA CITY OR—The pub- e funeral for killer William B Cook. Jr.. scheduled for this aflcr- lo'on at Cornanchc, Okla., was called off today after his grieving fam- ly learned of Ihe "Roman holiday" atmosphere and asked that the services be halted. The body of Cook, wild was executed last Friday In the gas chamber at San Quentin Prison in California, had heen on public display since Sunday anil an estimated 12,000 persons viewed the body of the onc-llrne bicycle thief who killed six persons. Cook's family drove all night from Joplln, Mo., lo Oklahoma City after learning the body\ had bee'n on public display at the Boyd- siun Funeral Home at Comanche. Commodity And Stock Markets— N«w York Cotton COUNCIL Open High Low Mah 3350 3370 3334 May 3395 3416 3380 July ....... 3423 3445 3410 Oct .... 3400 3406 3385 Ntw Orlean* Cotton Open High Low Mar 3350 3370 3330 3394 3416 3377 July 3422 3441 3«6 Oct . ..I... 3395 3400 3385 Chicago Wheat Open High La'A Mch . ,, 237'i 231V, 235 Mny . .. 240'i 240K 238'.i Chicago Corn Open High Low Men . .. 1G8 163>J 166^ May Obituaries Soybeans John B. Fowler Dies at Half Moon Services for John B. Fowler, 13 of the Halt Moon community, who died yesterday, were to be conducted at 2 pin. today at Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by .the Rev T. J. Richardson. Burial was to be In Dogwood Cemetery. Born in Tennessee, Mr. Fowle had been living at Half Moon witl a friend. Alfred Green, for the past two months. He made his .home at Caraway for many years. No relatives have been located. Open . 300>i .. 303 . 303 . 301 Jan Mch May July N«w'York Stockt High 301 303 303 301 LOW 298*4 300 >J 300V, 299',', 1:15 3354 3408 3440 3401 1:15 3301 3403 3435 3400 1:15 236 233(i 1:15 166H 169 Ii 1:15 299* 301' 301» 300 (Continued from Page 1) ready have been tet by the Shrine Club for work that will improve o appearance of the building. In other action, the Council pass- d a resolution, approving nunex- tlon lo the city of the small urea ast of Highway 61 In Country Club riditlon. Annexation already has ren approved by Ihe Coynty Court 'hlch will Issue a final order when received this resolution. Then the Ity will pass an ordinance, accept ng annexation of the area: Warehouse Permit Sought A T and T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper ... 157 3 .... 661.... 40 1- Beth Steel ;. 53 1- Chrysler 89 Coca-Cola 109 Gen Electric 11 3 Gen Motor s 67 1 N y Central 22 1 Tnt Harvester , 31 1 Republic Steel i 44 3-B Radio 28 5-8 Socohy Vacuum application for a permit to a steel warehouse building News Conference Set WASHINGTON W) — President 'ruman will hold a news conff ence tomorrow at 3 p.m., CST. nels. • The senator Indicated he had re 1 ceived assurance they will be iri Ihe future. . "There may have been some slipups," said Smith, "but there has been nothing flagrant." Other Eisenhower, callers yesterday included Prime Minister Sidney Holland of New Zealand, arid that country's ambassador lo the United States, Leslie K, Monro. 35 7-8 Studebakef 331-4 Standard of N J 75 Texas. Corp i.... 581-2 Sou Pac 457-8- O S Steel 41 1-2 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. W— (USDA)—Hogs 10,000: active; barri^ws and gilts steady to 10 higher than Tuesday's average; sows barely steady lo weak; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs barrows and gilts 16.85-11.15. Cuttle 3,000, calves 900; little done early on steers; demand moderate; heifers and mixed butcher yearlings opening about steady; choice mixed up to 30.50; COWF [airly active and steady; utility arid commercial 13 110-15.00. An rect vas received from Frank C. Dougas and turned over lo the Build- Committee. Mr. DoiiRlas plans o ercc_t (he building behind his aw office in the SOO block on West iValmil. It ..was suggested by Fourth Ward Alderman Charles Lipford that easements for permanent alleys could be obtained at the same time easements were granted for sewer installation work now under way n Pride and Gateway subdivisions. Mayor Blodgett said .this would be agreeable to the city. The Council gave a vote of thanks to the Blytheville Ministerial Al- llince for providing ministers to open this year's meetings with prayer. The Rev. James W. Rainwater, pastor of the First ChrkUrr, Church who gave the invocation last night, said the Alliance "appreciated this opportunity." Elbert Johnson was introduced by Mayor Blotlgoll last night as the new city attorney. Elected Nov. 4, he will take office Jan. 1 to succeed Percy A. Wright. Mayor Blodgctt closed the council meeting, last regular session of this year, by wishing the alderman 'a Merry Christmas and » Happy •Jew Year." November Statement The city's operating statement for last month shows that as of Nov. 30 there was $40395 in the general fund, iB77.78 in the street fund and $7.138.41 in thi! parking irieler fund. Revenues for last month lol»led $11.433.15 and expenditures were 110,788.94. Accounts payable were $10,319.91. Major revenue sources were privilege licenses. $397; police and county fines, $3,730.50; engineering department receipts. 41.024,35; nSani- tatirjn receipts. $120.50; parking meter receipts. $1.820; Ark-M6 power franchise, $3,110. Expenses bv departments were: Street, $5.11136; Police, $3,206.26; Sanitation, J3.S3&.23: Fire, $3,286,50; general ana administrative, $3.537.03. Sale of old building!; at the air base Jumped airport revenues last month. Airport income was $7,060.94. of which 36.394% was from btllldinj; sales. Expenses totaled $2',649.95. Ac Sriiok* But Ho fir* The Fire Department answered a call Id Blyth'evUle Fertilizer Company about 1 a.m. today. Fire chief Roy Head reported that heated wires on a tractor used for moving fertilizer filled the building \vllh smoke causing the alarm to be turned Iri. counts payable were $274,53 cash In bank totaled $5,595.86. and Cotton Usage Up WASHINGTON im --The Censil: Bureail reported today cotton con sumption for the period of Nov. 2 29 averaged 38,961 bates for each working day. This compared with an averng 37,404 bales for the correspond!" period a year ago. and A'lth 36,89 for the October period this year, Read Courier News Classified Ads YOUR LAST CHANCE! Buy that jewel gift early, Select with core ond laste. Quick-picked, shoddy glitter Is just on awful waste. COMBINATION Open 'til 9 p.m. Thur-Fri-Sat Nights OPEN NIGHTS Until Christmas KIRBY DRUG STORES ORDER OF N'OTICE In Suptrlhr Crtilrt, Slate of Con- necllcilt, County of Hartford. ESSIE LKB MATLOCK ROBERT MATLOCK NOTICE TO Robert Matlock: It appearing from the application if the plaintiff In the above entitled action, returnable to the Superior Court of the State of ConneclEcul Hartford County OIL the firs 1 Tiiesday of February. 1053, clalmlhi divorce, custody of riiihor clillr and, alimony; that the plaintiff has lidciivored to ascertain Ihe present residence of Raid Robert Mat lock but has been unable to do so nd that notice of the Insiltulloh o thl« acltort inosl likely .to come to his attention is that hereinafter or dered: Ordered, that notice of the Insll tutton of this nctiori be given th You Cdn-Now Buy ICE COLD BEER ' to TAKE HOME! No Increase in Prlc«! Griesedieck — 24 cans 4.11) Budweiser —• 24 cans 4.35 Goldcrest 51 — U cans i FalsUf'f — 24 cans 4.10 PHILIP APPLEBAUM LIQUOR STORE 110 So, 5th Pho. 964 Id Robert Matlocle by some propofficer: by causing .i trtie and at- ited copy of this order oft notice be published In The Blytheville oufler, once a week for two siic- esslve weeks, commencing on or efore January 12th, 1953 and that eturn of such service be. riiadc to le above named court. Dated at liartiord, Conn., this llth day ol December, 1»52,- Robeft L. t' Assistant Clerk of the superior Court for Hirtfotd County A ffUe copy Attest:Isaac Homelsoh, Deputy Sheriff 12;17-»t by GREYHOUND ' ^'•-5 . . t ON LOW FARES UK* THESI TO ALL AMERICA! One Round t Wo» Trip Memphis, fenn. .$ 1.90 $ S.tS St. Louis 5.85 10.55 Chicago, III 9.SO 17,10 jielroit, .Mich. ... ll.lo' 2S.10 lierifon Harbor, Mich. ... 11.35 20.45 South Bend, Ind. 11.00 19.80 New Orleans, La. 3.80 17.65 Jickson, Miss. .. 6.15 11.10 ifliilariipolrt, hid. Birmingham, Ala. P«orl», III Little Rock, Ark. Columbus, Ga. .. ' Evahsvlllr-, Ind. , 16.20 12.60 15.95 S.B5 I7.S5 li.05 If I. Smith, Ark.... 8,40 15.15 "balll*, Texis ... 11.85 21.35 RScklord, 111. ... 10.S5 19.55 11.1. 3.00 7.00 8.85 1.80 3.30 7.80 Miami, Fla 50.75 Los Angeles, Cal. 38.90 Phoenix, Ariz. .. 30.45 Nashville, Tfhh. * 8.10 Jackson, Tenh. .. 3.SO Rialtanodfi, Term 8.55 Knoivllle, Trim. ll.Ofl Asheville, N. C. .. 12.00 Faycttevllle, Ark. 9.95 lint Sprints, Ark. 6.25 Bllnvl, Miss 10.05 Pcimcnla, Fla. . 11.45 New York, N. Y. 33.70 3T.S» 66.15 54.85 1.8 S 15,4* ia.it 21.M 17.95 11.25 18.14 ORIYHOUND TEftMiNAL ROEBUCK AND CO. Christmas Gifts at REDUCED PRICES . Dinnerware Set and 64x84-ln. Damasic Cloth Regular Price $15.99 Elec. Popcorn Popper and Elec. Percolator Regular Price $10.25 12 98 AM-FM Table Radio and Night Stand, Unfinished Regular Price $35.44 For the ..Merriest. Christmas of All! $ 8 1-lb. Chocolate Snappers and 1-lb. 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Toy Farm Set * ond _, v «P Single Barrel Pop Gun Regular Price $5.81 1 5 2 Motor Metal Plane and Toy Auto Transport Regular Price $3.72 05 Roy Rogers School Bag and Roy Rogers Pencil Box Regular Price $2.71 Sister Will Love This Gifts for Big Brother Two smart purse accessories— flat gold-colored case Ibat holds two pictures ahd nylon brush In gold plated lipstick- $449 size container, I 2-pkce s*i coni.itnlrig aMcr- shave lotion arid briishicss shave rrfiftm pltis an eleclrle, 2-sldeil shaving mirror In ST'9 chrome-plated frame J Tcen-Ager Speeial 1009r nylon cardi^in and match- Ir^ or btcnflinfE pullover sweater In luscious loncs of green, SrS9 pink, beige and blue....... 3 TV SET America's Most Extitiitg Television Rezeiver « tMk CIS t« tfo hi Only CBS-the greatest n»m» in TV, radio, and broadcast research —could bring you these exciting Television Receivers. 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