The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 27, 1953 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, JAN. 27, 1953' Eisenhower Issues First Executive Order fCoiitinued from Page 1) the minds and wills o! men." Hagerty told reporters it Is a "psychological strategy board" empowered to "survey and evaluate the government's information and related policies and activities with particular reference to International relations and the national security." The executive order dealing with •the Rockefeller committee satd It: "Shall advise the President, the assistant to the President, and the director of the bureau of the budg- Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Open High Low 1:15 Mar i 3302 3304 3201 3300 May 3335 3347 3330 3343 July 3358 3372 3353 3310 Oct 3354 3367 3350 3367 New Orleans Cot-ton Open High \ow 1:15 Mar 3299 3302 3290 32D9 May . 3336 3348 3329 3343 July 3353 3312 3352 3361 Oct 3350 3367 3350 3367 Chicago Wheat open High . May . .. 23011 232 W Chicago Corn Mch May Open .. 161 Hi»h 163 ' Low 227 229>i Low 160-H 162>i 1:15 229% 23HS 1:15 162?i 164 ?j _ Soybeans ^ Open High Low Close --'Mch 292^3 295»i 291>g 295>i '•July 290'4 293 ,289'i 292«i Sect ..:. 2SO!i 282'S 280'i 282?j rv»w York Stocks A T and T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper B!tli Steel '., Chrysler ro?a-Cohi '.'. Oe:i Electric C,n Motors rf ^ r '"ntgoincry Ward N Y Central .. 359 5-8 .. 63 .7-8 .'. « 3-8 .. 55 3-4 .. 92 1-4 -.115 3-4 .. t>9 3-4 .- 67 1-4 .. 61 3-8 24 1-4 I"t Harvester \ 313,4 -J C Penney 693-8 r--ublic Steel '.'. 47 3.4 r " dl ° •......; 2fi 7-8 r^conv Vacuum '.... 35 3,4 f'jdebaker 41 1-4 Ftlndard of N J .,.'_' -74 3 , 8 7>:-as corp '533-4 • <= "= rs 61 1-4 TI S Steel 43 ,.„ E?UPac... .45 1-8 1 vesrock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111 l«-(USDA)_Ho gs 11,500: opened moderately active; later slow barrows and gills 25 to 50 lower than Monday's average; weights over 220 Ibs holding up best; sows h tC ,t dy >. l ° 25 lower: mosll y steady; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs 19.00-40' few loads uniform choice Nos. i and 2 under 220 Ibs 19.50 early 240-270 Ibs 18:25-85; 280-320 Ibs 17 00-18 00" 150-170-Ibs 17.75-19.25; 120-140 Ibs - 15.25-IT.25; sows 400 !bs down J6.50- 17.25; mostly 16.75; heavier sows H.50-16.25; boars 11,00-13.50. Cattle 5,000, calves 1,200; no early action on steers and heifers; generally bidding unevenly lower; few sa)es weak on utility and commercial at H.OO-W.OO. WAR et with respect to changes in the organization and' activities of the executive branch of the goveru- metii. which, In its opinion, would promote economy and efficiency in the operations of that branch." Members Get No Fay The members will serve without compensation. Ford Lulkart. who is on loan train (lie Cfvll Service Commission, will acl as staff director. In .reply lo questions, llagerly said Bernard I,. Gladleux, who was named as a consultant to the committee when it was set up by former President Truman, will not continue In (hat capacity. Asked why, Hagerty said he had nothing to say on that point. ' Gladieux formerly was connected with the Ford Foundation. Hagerty said Eisenhower plaris only one official function today, attending a White House reception for the chiefs of the diplomatic missions. Mrs. Elsenhower, too, still is fighting a cold but she also plans to attend the receplion, Hagerty said. In appointing the strategy board, Elsenhower implemented one part of a plan of operations for the cold war that he outlined during his election campaign. Speaking in San Francisco Oct. 8, he said: "Psychological Warfare" "In cold war, we do not" use . arsenal of arms and armaments. Rather, we use all means short of war to lead nien to believe in the values that will preserve peace and freedom. "The means we shall use to spread this truth are often called "psychological.' Don't be afraid of that term. 'Psychological warfare' is the struggle for the minds and wills of men." He went on lo outline a five- part program, one point of which called for creation of an agency to "handle Uie national psychological effort." The new group, members of which will receive no salaries, Includes: William H. Jackson, 61, Now York investment executive, chairman; C. D. Jackson, 50, New York, publisher of Fortune magazine: Siguard Lannon, 62, president of Young and Rublcnm, ' New York advertising agency; Gordon Gray, 44, president of the University of North Carolina; Barklie McKee Henry, 50, Princeton, N. J., director of the U. S. Trust Company; John C. tluees, 62, New York, President of McCampbell and Company, textile representatives; Abbot Washburn, 38, Minneapolis, Minn., formerly of General Mills, Inc. j To Investigate Agencies Robert Cutler, administrative as- sislant to the President, is the eighth member of the hoard. C. D. Jackson represents the secretary of state and Lannon the director for mutual security. The secretary of defense will be asked to n.ime a representative. Hagerty told newsmen the committee "persumnbly" will look into the operations of the Voice of America, the Central Intelligence Agency, the United States Information Service and other organs of government. In other actions yesterday, the President— 1. Nominated four new members of the Board of Directors of the Commodity Credit U Corporation. They were True D| 'Morse, St. Loin's; J. Earl Coke, Berkeley, Calif.; John M. Davis. Weltsville, Mo.; and Romeo E. Short, Brinkley, Ark. . 2. Nominated John C. Allen of Lombard,' 111., to be assistant postmaster general. (Continued from Page 1)' Since November, 1951, the TJ. N. Command had permitted the Heds to. send daily supply convoys lo their truca delegation at Kaesrmg free from attack. But on Jan. 15, the Allies limited the immunity lo Sundays inly. They charged the Reds were using the route lo supply front-line troops. U. S. and Australian Jets which swept over the supply route yesterday reported destruction ot 33 .Red vehicles and 28 buildings. The day's sharpest ground action occurred northeast of the Punchbowl area on the Eastern Front. A South Korean patrol skirmished with a reinforced North Korean platoon for 13 minutes, then pulled back as Allied artillery pounded the Reds. On the Central Front, U. N. tanks destroyed or damaged 40 bunkers, 13 caves, 13 gun positions, 11 observation posts and a tunnel. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. LAST TIMES TONITE "CARRIE" Lawrence Olivier Jennifer Jones WED -THURS "FARGO" In Sepia Tone Wild Rill Elliott jbifuaries Negro Deaths Frank Woodard Graveside services for Frank Woodard, 85. who died at his home two miles jouth of Osceola Saturday night, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Grlder Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Mnry Woodard, a daughter. Vlnnie Mae Van, and a brother, Hill Woodard. W. P. Cobb Funeral Home Is in charge. • • • Mary Holloway Mary Holloway, 66, died Sunday on the Gilcrest Farm near here. Arrangements were incomplete today pending arrival of a son from ^Minneapolis, Minn. W. F. Cobb Funeral Home Is in charge. MOX Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun 1 :00 Always o Double Feature TUES - WED Double Feature "GOING TO TOWN" with Ltim * Abner —Plus— . ifMiiit ricuu Selected Shorts Vorder Bruegge Rites Tomorrow John Voider Bruegge,. Sr,, Mcm- plits attorney and brother ol Mrs O. L. Smith of Leachvllle, died yesterday nt Gartly-Ramsay Hospital in Memphis. He was 65. Services will be conducted at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Immaculate Conception Catholic. Church In Memphis with burial in Calvary Cemetery tlie'ic. A' frequent visitor to Ltacliville Mr. Vorder Bmegge retired from law practice seven years ago. When lie retired, he was a member ot the board of more than 20 large firms be represented as attorney Mrs. Smith fleiy [<, Memphis from St. Petersburg, Pla.. where she Is spending the winter WILSON (Continued from Page-1) In companies doing business with the government, there will be no approval of their nominations." Duff referred lo a federal law which burs U. S. officials from transaction business wllh firms In which they have been an Indirect financial interest. There was no indication that Talbott was willing to assume the lax burden . Involved In selling about 2,030 Chrysler Motors and 12,000 Owens-Corning Fibre Glass shares he said he bought long ago for about $2 a share. Wilson got senate '. approval by a wide margin, but some senators who voted for him made It clear they were doing so only because they felt Eisenhower should have the man'he wanted for defense secretary. Sen. Morse fold the Senate it wasn't enough for Wilson to sell his G. M. holdings. Morse sTild Wilson's proposed sale of G. M. slock wasn't any .ucrifice. because the estimated- $600,000 In taxes Wilson will have lo pny comes out of his profits in selling the stock for more than he originally paid for it. "Why, you'd think we were taking his trousers off," the Oregon senator said scornfully. Sen. Lehman and WiDls Smith contended that even after Wilson disposes of- his personal G. M. holdings, he will 'have an ' Indirect interest in the motor flrnv through stock held by his wife nnd shares he proposes to give his children and grandchildren. Sen. Langer (R-ND) said it was unreasonable to expect a nominee to subject;himself to large tax losses in order to win confirma- i lion. ' Sen. Hendrickson (R-NJ) told. Wilson indirectly that he can't run the Defense Department the way he did General Motors. ; "lie himself may very soon learn that there is a real difference between the talents of corporate management and the art^-the great art ol leadership in government." he said. Sen. Byrd (D-Va). -who first challenged Wilson's right to the defense poet, said the nominee had acted with "admirable patriotism" in agreeing to sell his stock. With the Courts CHANCERY— « The following divorce decrees have been filed: Franklyji Abare and Grace Abare, Ada Grigsby and Wilhurn Grigsby COMMON I'LBAS— Dreifus Jewelry Co., vs. Oil I Lee King, collection of debt. RT.YTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Out of'$7860million requested ;n budget for International Security on<\ Foreign Rcbtiors: i $7,402 million, about 94 per cent goti tor military aid for Allied countries, a decrease of $3 billion from (iscnl 1953.' EEB5SS1 takp'nn" n , D ^, B '7 E , ( S HIQH-Military aid to Allied nalions take up most of (he fimds for international Security and Foreign A,d requested by President Trmnan in his budget for fiscal 1954 Under the foreign military aid program, the U. S. had shinned to our Allies more lhan ?3 billion worth of weapons and mOiiary equipment by Nov. 1, 1952. DeH PTA Members Schedule Twin-Bill 'Basketball Games' The Dell Parent-Teachers Association will stage its annual "basketball game" at 1:30 inn tomorrow night at the Dell gymnasium. The affair will be a inixcd-palr- ingr, reversed hand-off costume mall sort of double feature. Bressed in men's clothes, the women will stage one game. Garbed in feminine attire, the men will round" out the" twin bill. Proceeds from the "games" 'will be used for, PTA projects during the coming year. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Goy. Cherry Gets First Social Security Card LITTLE ROCK Ul Gov. Cherry received his first social security card today. The notion was mandatory when the governor became a stale employe. As a former lawyer and chancellor, tne 44-year-old governor did not come under social security benefits. Shoemakers Feel Pinch SINGAPORE W,—An Increasing demand for Hong Kong-manufactured shoes is sending Singapore shoemakers Into near panic. The shoemakers, who fear loss of their trade, and unemployment, said thev plan taking up the matter with the government. PAGE Episcopal Church Committee Heads Are Appointed Committee chairmen for the coming year were apjwlnted ] a st, , UE |,t at an organizational meeting ot the reccntly-nnmed Executive Committee ol Si Stephen's Episcopal Church. Executive Committee members nominated by the congregation were approved last week by the Rt Rev R. Bland Mitchell .bishop of (tie Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas who named DJ-. Lout, p. ntibener as warden, or presiding lay official of 8t Stephen's, Joe Alexander y'as re-elected church secretary by the Executive committee and Mrs. w. r. Malln was re-elected church treasurer. They will be ex-offlcfo mem ben of the committee. Church committees which will be headed by members of the Executive Committee are: property and grounds, Dr. Hubeuur; building, Cireon Alley; promotion. A. A. Prcdrlckson; finance. J. L«Roy Hull- dleston; educational, Thtirman E. Hewlett; gifts nnd memorials, Mrs. Malm. Mrs. O. o. Hardaway ha* been appointed parish house hostess. The monthly dliiner-meeUnij of St. Stephen's Men's Club nl (lie parish house preceded the committee session. Reports on the annual state diocesan convention and Episcopal Churchman's Association meeting In Pine Bluff last week were given by Fred S. Saliba and the Hev. William J. Fltzhugh. Dr. Hubener was in charge of the program on "who Are tile Church's Ministers?" The annual election of Men's Club officers will be held at the next meeting Feb. 23. London Locks Bathrooms LONDON (/!>) — Nearly half the private homes In the County of London—which Includes all the central dlslrlcts of the British capital—are without a bathroom. More than 550.000 of the area's 1,100.000 households share a bathroom with a neighbor, and 16 households In every 100 share a kitchen sink. These statistics oh London's wishing fncilHlas are given In the linmiRl report of Dr.-J. A. Scott, county medical officer of lieailh. His report says the London population .has'dropped more than n mll- "SHHH-IT'S NO eOLONEY"-"Sullona," catllest gossip of the zoo at Bologna. Italy, gives the zoo's doggy mascot an earful of gossip that's as spicy as the famed Bologna sausage. Probably something chimply awful about monkeyshincs In the baboon's cage. lion In the [last 20 years fo the present level of 3,348,000. Slum clearance. World War II bomb damage and [lie fact that more modern houses often are available in the suburbs have all contributed to the exodus from central London, the report state? CROUPY COUGHS" t. relieved with 0RST SWALLOW of DR. DRAKE'S ATTENTION FARMERS Be sure (o have your COTTONSEED and SOYBEANS TESTED For GERMINATION. Woodspn-Tenent Laboratories Licensed Grain Inspectors 612 West Ash St. Blytheville, Ark. QUESTION: What Saving Grows 80%? ANSWER: Thanks lo a new law, your U.S. , Series E Defenso Bonds which cost SI8.75 can now bring you $33.67. A »37.50 bond pays $67.3<I. Ami so on, An 80% increase! Because now every Series E Bond you own can earn interest for 10 years beyond ihe maturity date. And you don't have to lilt a finger—just hoM your bonds! Sijrn up no\i lo liny Defense Honda through Ihe Payroll Savings Plan! Now even better! Invest more In Defense Bonds! Published ns a public service in coop- ero/ion iii'lfi the.Advertising Council. NEW Air'Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 TUESDAY "SINGING SHERIFF" All Star Western \VED - THURS "Phone Call From a,Stranger 1 ' Gary Merrill Shelley Winters LIC AUCTION The Entire Stock of Thrifty 5c and lOc Store Will Be Auctioned to Highest Bidders! Thursday-1 PAA. Every Item Must Go! Nothing Reserved! Sale Starts Promptly at 1 p.m. Thursday and Will Continue Until Every Item Is Sold! ONLY 2 BIDS ON EACH ITEM? Store Open For Inspection! But No Merchandise Will Be Sold Before 1 p.m. Thursday 1 -" —^^«^^^V^B^MBMMHH^^H For Dealers! i Terrific Values Literally Hundreds Of Items Of Interest to Dealers! , •• ' ' -^^^^^^^^fmmm^f^m^^^ Every Iterm Will Be Sold! Regardless Of The Amount Of The Highest Bid. JThis Auction Is Under Supervision Of Bud Rose THRIFTY

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