PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! Ike Still Wants Wilson White House Reports (Continued from Page 1) Previously scheduled for today, the BOSS loo would have given Wilson an opportunity to after his previous tost!nioriy. There were sie n& he would do BO. Wilson's JKIRJC was omitted when President Eisenhower sent to the Senate yesterdays list of eight Cabinet and one sub-Cabinet np- polntees which Republicans lind hoped would get immediate approval, Sen. Morse (I n d-O r e), who blocked the confirmation move with an objection, snld he was ready to vote today,on the nominees. Barring unexpected lengthy talk, they might all be confirmed by nightfall. Morse was able (o block action yesterday because the situation required suspension of Senate rules which say nominations sh'flH not be acted upon the day.they are submitted. This required unanimous agreement and Morser wouldn't agree. Meeting Postponed SaUonstaH said he had decided to postpone the armed services committee hearing on Wilson be cause (1) the proposed defense cecretary had not been formally nominated and (2) Herbert Browiv jell Jr., Incoming attorney general, had not hod time because of the Inaugural ceremonies to complete his study of the situation. WiJson's proposed nomination han been challenged by tin Increasing number o< senators because a fedora! law bars any U, S. offletn from dealing with n firm In v/htcb he holds even an indirect financial Interest Wilson formerly was president of G.M., the Defense Department's largest private contractor. Sallonstnll said he did not know the significance of Eisenhower's failure; to include Wilson among t those formally nominated yesterday. •".'.'•- 1 Presidential Press Secretary Jamea c. Hagerly safd the name was omitted because the Senate committee was still studying the mutter. This took on something of the look of a vicious'circle, for the Senate group had undertaken the Inquiry lust week bccnuse .of the new President's expressed desire that all of his Cabinet choices lie confirmed on inauguration day. Normally, hearings arc not held tmlH alter formal nomination. SaltoustftH said he can't be certain that fhe postponed hearing will be held Friday if there'Is no offlcfarnominatlon before [hen, Saltonstall indicated, however, he believes Brownell will be ready by Friday to offer sonic sort'of Holu- llori In a situation where inrmy senators said they believed Wilson either! will have to sell'his stock holdings ;pr face rejection, It his nomlnntion is .forthcoming. To DlMiuftllfy Self? Sen. Potter (R-Mlch) told a reporter it is his understanding Wilson Is prepared to tell the committee he would disqualify himself any matter pertaining- to General Motors, a reversal of the stand " Wilson'previously took In testifying before, the group. ' "If he does this, I will vote for him and I believe he will be confirmed," said Potter, a new member of the committee. However, Sen. Byrd (D-Va) cited a law which prohibits any federal • official from dealing wi(h a 'firm in which he holds even an indirect -. financial interest! I Wilson, meanwhile, shed no light on ttie possibility th'at h« might atop entirely out of the picture. Shortly before Eisenhower left the Inaugural BnU at Georgetown University Gymnasium early today, he chatted earnestly for five minutes with Wilson. There was no Indication what rhey talked about. Byrd and other senators, Including some Republicans, 1 were known to believe that unless Wilson disposes of his stock, ne will not be confirmed by the Senate. Morse, whose fiction in objecting yesterday left Elsenhower temporarily without n cabinet, said* his reason for blocking action In the first place was that he hadn't had n chnnce to read the record of Committee hearings on the Cabinet nominees. HI.* reason for blocking action In the first place, he said, was that he, hadn't had a chnnce to do OS. Ho told the Senate yesterday he would be rciuly to vote today nnd there seemed little opposition In sight for the nominees, with the possible exception of Ezra Taft Benson, appointed secretary of agriculture. LEGISLATURE (Continued from Page 1) provide for the 'committal to the slate penlntentinry nny husband who refuses to support or abandons his family. Chancery Judges could commit offenders on contempt citations without Jury trials. This InRl provision brought opposition from two senators—Guy Jones of Comvny and Q. Hyrtim Hurst of Hot Springs — on the ground Hint It Is unconstitutional to semi nnj'one to Hie state prison farm without a Jury trial. The vole on the bill wns 31-2. Ittsnlullon Adopted The Senate also adopted n resolution, by Sen. Ellis Fagan'of Little Rock urging the Civil Aeronautics Board to i;lvc speedy approval to an application of Centeip.l Airlines, Inc., to extend its services to Arkansas. Central 1ms applied for permission to serve Hot Springs, Little Rock. PlnoIJluff, stutlgart, Helena, West Holenn, Memphis, Cnnulcn, El DOrndo, Magnolia and Shrevcport, Ln, A House resolution calling for n joint legislative committee to determine Ihe cost of operating the projected new Slate Medical Center In Lfttlo nock was adopted by the Senate. Also approved was a resolution authorizing the Arkan'- sns Legislative Council to look Into the possibility of setting up a Turnpike Commission. The Houso look off from lis Inw- innking today while most members made an inspection of State Hospital unite til Little Hock and BctHon. Commodity And Stock Markets- H«w Y*rfc Cotton Open High Low Mar 3267 3263 3253 May . ...... 3321 3332 3304 July . ...... 3357 3372 3342 Oct 3358 3315 3356 N«w OrUaiw Cotton Open High Low Mar 32« 3280 3249 May 3316 3330 3300 July 3356 3368 3340 Oct 3360 3375 3353 Soybean* open nigh r.ow Mar. ... 2fl5% WT/2 204% May ... 295^ 297K, 294% Jul 205 255% 294 Sept. ,. 284'/ 2 28531 284 Chicago Wheat Open nigh Low Men . .. 232(4 232« 231% May . ;. 235% 235% 234% Chicago Corn Open nigh Low May . .. 165«i 16551 104;i N«w York Stocks N Y STOCKS A T nnd T Amer Tobacco '.', Anaconda Copper Both Steel , '., Chrysler " Coca-Cola Gen Electric ."] Qen Motors MonlgomorJ Ward '. N Y Central lut Harvester J C Penney Republic Steel Tlndlo Socony Vacuum ;'.'. Studcbak»r Standard of N J 1 Texas Corp 54 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III. Ml — (USDA)—Hogs 8,000; active; weights 180 Ibs up 15 (o mostly 25 higher than Tuesday's average; lighter weights steady to 25 higher- sows- 25 to 50 higher; bulk choice lflfl-230 Ibs 19.50-85; few lots 111.90; load uniform mostly choice No. 1 around 220 Ib weights 20.00: 240270 Ibs 18.75-10.35: few 280-300 Ibs 18.00-50;' ISO'170 Ibs 18.00-10.50, 120 140 Ibs 15.15-17.50; sows 400 Ibs down 16.75-17.25; heavier sows M. 75-18.25. Cattle 3,000, calves 700; few butcher steers and heifers near steady; good and choice 21.0023.50; cows encountering unevenly lower bids; bulls and vealers steady: utility and commercial bulls 15.00-18.00. 1:15 3282 3332 3372 3372 1:15 3216 3328 3306 3375 1:15 29G'/, 296 294V, 28-1 1:15 231T4 23514 160 09 43 55!', 82'/ a 115 70 V, 67% 62 H, 21 32 ' 08i/ 2 40% V% 30 401' 2 Y Are Appointed Eleven committees to serve Bly- thevllle's YMCA have been named by Y Preildcnt C. 1,.' Mo Waters. The committees and their chair ncn follow: Hoys' wort, James Teiry; glr!s' work, Mrs. Glenn Ladd; finance, Roland nishop; public relations, Jack Owen; personnel, Ross Stevens. Property, Harvey Morris; religious emphasis, the Rev. James Rainwater; Negro work, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner; young adult, Gilbert Smythe; world service, o. M. Smart; membership, Dr. J, C. Guard. 11 Committees For SCHOOL BLOOD (Continued from Pnge 1) Johnny Huunarc], George Woods, Thurman Pate, Hcrmon Carlton. Orovcr Moslcy, U. w. Richardson, V. E. Slmptdns, C. E. Adklsson; James Gardner, V. E. Williams. C. A, McDennott, Mr.s. Helen Spor- tlcllo, Odell Barnes, Howard Teeter, Gordon Harris, G. n. Pbtrovlch, C. B. McGarrlty, Mrs. Malldio Lau- innn, Mrs. nltly Walton, J. S. Man- Icy, Mrs. Imogene Casteel; Rny Hall, Mrs. Dan DlodBett. Nathan Devers, John Donncr. Paul Mnhon, Mrs. Paul Mahon. Mrs. Buford Yoimij, Ciuy Rodgers, Lynn Games, W. P. Hr.ibovsky, Ray Price, Travis Dean, Emery Francis. O. E. Knudsen; Mrs. O. E. Knudsen. Mrs. Hazel Holmes, George Ford, Jr.. Mrs. Thelmn Henrn, James Wilson, Er- nesl McKenzIe, Ornl Edwards r Ed- wnrtl Jacks, Billy Kennedy, Oral Hunnicutl. Robert McMastcr. James C. Edwards, Malcolm Koonce, Mrs. Almedn White; George Clark, n. E. Koonce, George Anderson, Boyce Moore, L. H. Autry, Jr., John Stevens Jr., Roy Brlnklcy, Victor Stllwcll, James Pcnnington, Mary Hraliovsky, Russell Mosley. Elrncr Htce, Mrs. Anne P. Husband, Claude Kolwyck; Harold Jones, Mrs. Wynettc Holder. Marion Dyer, Harold Davis David Webb, Mrs. J. M. Taylor. Max Walters, Joe Robertson, John Jenkins. Hoy Grant. Woodrow Carter, R. J. Hodge, Mr.!. Louise conk- lin. Mrs. Hertha Hellin; W. W. Peek. Listen Ncely, James Terry, Gilbert Smyths,. Carl All- brltton, Glemln Seals, ilugh Uunch, W. L. Burnham. T. L. Peterson David Borcn, W. D. Palton, Barbara Carter, W. B. Sanders, Travis Brooks; Thomas Moore. Malcolm Green way, Mrs. Louise'Price, Bennle Gen try, D. L. Prounfelter. Mrs. Anmi Bell Seay and Dale Barber. Negro Deaths Valley S. Weedin Services for Valley Smnmerall Wcedln, 43. will be conducted st 2 p.m. i tomorrow In the Enoch Chapel Methodist Church by Rev. C. Franklin, pastor. Burial will be in the Mt. Zion Cemetery. She died at her home on Bealc Sti-cet Saturday night. Survivors Include her husband, William Weedin, Sr,, one son, Gilllam Jr.; tw "laughters. Beatrice nnd Harriett Weedin, all of Blythcville; one sister, add five brothers. Caston Funeral Home is in charge. (Contented from f*t» Vi contemplated, he added. A $10,000 bond Issue proposed by :he Oosnell School Board wilt provide funds to build i new grad« ichool. Some of Oosnell's school facilities will be lost to the district vhen the air base Is reactivated Burdctte District also has proposed a $10.000 bond Issue. This money will be used for completion of an agriculture building and fur:her equipping of present facilities. Size of the proposed budgets ranges from $488,982 for Blytheville Special School District No. 5 to 513,600 for Mississippi County District (Bondsville). Mlllage rates range from 20 mills lor the Bondsville district to 50 proposed by Manila, Etowah and Kelser Districts. . . The-Mississippi County (Bonds- vlllc) District Is the only one with no debt service requirements In Its 1954-55 budget. All others will still be paying on indebtedness, both new and old. Here are the budgets and mlllage rates proposed by the county's IS districts: North MIssco Blytheville—$488,982; 40 mills. Oosnell — $75,320; 40 mills <l n - •eafie of 5). Biirdcltc—$17,740; 40 mills (increase of 3). Lcachvill'e—$168,850; 45 mills (Increase of 2). Annorel—$73,500; 45 mills. Manila—$170,077; 50 mills. Dyess—75.752; 40 mills.' Dell—$94,310; 39 mills. South Mfc»cn Osceola—$255,000; 40 mills KcIser-5124,480; '50 mills. Luxora—$145,970; 4o mills' Etowah—$72,900.. 50 mills Wilson—$201.800; 45 mills. MIssco (Bondsville)—$13.900; 2C mills. Shawnec—$107,200; 40 mills. Bnnkley—$54.600; 40 mills. With the Courts CHANCERY- Tlie folloivitig divorce decrees have been filed: John Prank Byford nnd Mary Virginia Byford. George Richardson and Ruby Inez Richardson. Federal National Mortgage Association vs. Lawrence Edward Clark, et al. foreclosure. .Blytheville Federal Savings and MOX Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun 1:0fl Always a Double Feature LAST TIMES TON1TE A Lippert Pictures Plantation Plus Comedy THURS-FHI Double Feature -Plus — "CODE OF THE WEST" With Tames Warren Also 2 Cartoons KNOX The Newest for Spring 1953 $ 20 You can be so luxuriously ciisunl, disfincfively indiviri- uiil, just by wearing our Knox "Fiesta." Only a select company of men know how lo combine I lie finest of quality wifh (lie informal original in style. Come in for a "Fiesta" and be one of them. Many Other Knox Hats From 8.50 MEAD'S JP 111 MA1K «T»tlt Plaintiff Wins 3-Y«wr-Old Suit David M. Barton WK ordered to pay S2.389.24 in costs. Interest and an old account yesterday as the three-year old' case brought by Planters Flying Service was terminated In Circuit Court's Civil Division. The cas* was Hied In 1949 and trial began.yesterday. Trial began today of a damage suit brought by G. O. Hawks against Murrlel W. Kluttfi and Douglas Allen. The plaintiff Is seeking $450 damages he says resulted from a car-truck collision April 6. REPEAL (Continued from Pag« 1) disc by the manufacturers. - The Committee sent back without recommendation a bill of Rep. Eugene Hampton of Lee County which would forbid retailing of liquor In any building where another business was carried on. Hampton won a "do pass" recommendation on repeal of an absolcte section forbidding sate of pistols or pistol shells but was rebuffed on a bill for registration of pistols. Two other pistol bills are pending before the House. RIOT (Continued from Page 1) rect word came from the hostages who'have been held tn the barricaded cellblock "A" since the riot broke out. By permission of the convicts, Melvm Williams, one of the guards, came to a window and said: "Tell them (the families) we are well treated. We are okay. No one has forced me to say anything. Come to a decision and give these men a fair hearing." Friedman told the prisoners: "You have a chance now for a complete hearing of your gripes. Release those guards and throw out the guns." Loan Association vs, John and Kettle Moore, forecloses COMMON P1JEAS" Dan Matthews vs. Charles Swanson, suit, to collect $303 for damage to automobile. WEDNESDAY, JAM. M. on t Communist troop wvl supply center near Hnmhung, 80 miles north ol Wonsan on the Korean East Coast l»st night. Crewmen said the area was ripped by explosions, probably from ammunition stockpiles. North Korean troops forded the ice-choked Nam River last night and early today and jabbed at three Allied positions near Kan- song on the Eastern Front. Tiniest of Brodie Twins Is Dead CHICAGO Iff) — Tiny Roger Lee Brodie, Siamese twin who for 34 days amazed the medical world by surviving a head-to-head surgical separation, died last night. The 16-month-old boy had been In a deep coma since the hfcstory- ninktng operation Dec. 17. His brain circulation was Impaired and his condition had been listed "very precarious" since the separation from his brother Rodney Dee. Attending physicians had expressed amazement that he survived the 12 hour and 40 minute operation. The surgery on the twins, who were born Joined at the top 'of their heads, was the first time in medical history the patients had survived such an operation. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WED-THURS "MR.WALKIE TALKIE" William Tracy , Joe Sawyer Knifing COM It Entwwd On State Docket Nelson McBrlde, tttgm, dur^ed with knifing another Negro, Johnny Giles, on Ash Street Lut Saturday,. was remanded to the custody of the sheriff and transferred to the state docket for further procfedingt, in Municipal Court this morning. Deputy Prosecuting ' Attorney A. S. Harrison Indicated an Information would be filed against McBride on charge of assault with a deadly weapon. ' Beatrice Sherman, Negro, charg? ed with petit larceny, entered a plea of guilty and was fined (25 and costs and sentenced to one day in. jail, she was arrested yesterday in connection with the" theft of »10* from Perlene Blossom. Negro. . ' Bonds were forfeited in two traffic cases. ; Emmett .Petterson. docketed for driving a vehicle with Improper license, forfeited $31-25, and L. O. Stanfleld forfeited bond of 110 for speeding. N E W Air Conditioned By-Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 WED-THURS WAC FROM WALLA - WALLA Judy Canova m- FRIDAY "ACROSS THE WIDE MISSOURI" Clark Gable ! is a family affair [n 10 ynrt, rrt» •l*ctri< industry hai DOUBLED rrt output and lowered th. prU* (REDOY'S WAGES), while «v«rr- thing •!*• ha» gone yp. The electrical age now starts at the cradle. Reddy Kilowatt provides a bright future for youngsters . . . and contributes in hundreds of ways to better livingl He sews, cooks meals, keeps food fresh, and does trie laundry .. .ALL FOR A FEW CENTS A DAY! No wonder he's called the Servant of the Century! EiECTftfCfTY for BETTER LIVING! Ark-Mo Power Co.
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