The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 28, 1953 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JATT. », 1959 Cherry's Fiscal Code Ready for Senate Approval Vote Due Today; Proposal Given 18 Amendments (Continued from Page i) son doing business with the slate sufficient for- i»iesumption of in. tent to bribe. Bean had unsuccess- fullysought t«e Revenue and Taxa' tion Committee's approval of a pro- I vision to make such gifts prima facie evidence of a bribe; (hen modified his provision for submission to the full Senate. The House must concur In the Senate amendments before the measure, can go to the governor .for signature. The House yesterday spent an Inconclusive hour and a half dis- custJng a bill to appropriate $110,000 for all attorney, general's investigation of gasoline prices in Arkansas as compared to those of other nearby states. • ' Final Vote Blocked Apparently a slight majority favored the proposed appropriation, but a final vote was blocked by parliamentary - rules. A special House committee proposed that the money be allotted to Atty. Gen. Tom Gentry for the investgation, which the committee itself asked. . , Opponents of the proposed'ap- propriation snid the federal government had been investigating allegations of price fixing on gasoline and they'didn't see what the state could add. . • BI.rmKTTT.LE (AKKJ COUniER NEWS PAGE FIVE Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Open High [,o\v Mar ... 3312 333li 3312 3354 3375 3353 Race Relations ^Programs Set by Negro Churches The Interdenominational Negro Ministerial Alliance said today it will observe Feb. 8 as "Race Relations Day" and announced plans for a program on race relations to be held here Feb. 11. Members of Ihe-alliance met at Caston Funeral Home here yesterday to plan the race relations meetings. Churches are. scheduled to observe the day with programs and. special sermons. John Mayes, county supervisor of schools, will be the principal speaker at a public meeting at 2:30 p.m. Feb. 11 at Harrison High School gymnasium. State • Rep. James Edwards is scheduled to be among the special.guests, which 'also will include pastors of both . white : and negro churches here. Rev. Thomas J. Brown will pre^ side and Leo. D. Jeffers. iHarri- 1 son High School principal, will introduce Mr. Mayes: A 15-minute • panel discussion on race relations will be conducted by A. E. Lester, vocational training director at Harrison. . yesterday were Reo. D. C. Harber, Rev. C.'Franklin,. Rev. O. D.. £., S. Moore, .Rev. J. W. Knowles^and '' Rev. ..Brown.' Rev. Knowles' presided. A permanent chairman of the group is to be named at/a meeting at 1 p.m. Monday. . DISTRICT COURT OF HONOR - Nearly 25 Boy Scouts received more than 30 awards last night at a North Mississippi. County .District court of honor held In the Junior " (See story on Page n ,0 FLU rolo) Commeice clubroom. (Continued (ram Page 1) is "nothing like" an epidemic. There were 47.992 respiratory cases reported in Texas In the week ended Jan. 24 compared wjtli 69.253 the previous week. Arkansas counted 22,950 cases Monday compared with more than 29,000 last week. 81 Minnesota, the University of Minnesota reported it is receiving 50 cases a tjay, compared with 300 daily during the peak thre'e weeks ago. Tennessee reported conditions had improved in.recent 'days, although some schools still are closed. ' .' ' In Atlanta 1 , the State. Board of Health' said there -were 7,345 cases of flu in Georgia since Jan.-1, including 5.461 reported for the week .ended Jan. 24. It said there were only a few deaths because of the mildness of cases. ."This year's outbreak is much milder. thn others of previous years," said Dr. W. J. 'Murphy, Georgia state epidemolog^st. "It is nothing to become alarmed about. It is.more of a nuisance than a menace. T In Ohio, the city school systems were closed at Franklin, 5,388 population, and at ' Greenfield, 4,862 population. ..'The District of .Columbia health department reported that flu-like diseases are gunning at a "high seasonal average" with 15 per cent of, the public school students absent Monday. WILSON (Continued from PiiRe 1) Anderson as secretary of the Navy. The President left his desk on official business only once yesterday. This -.was for the traditional White House reception for members of the diplomatic corps. Considerable interest centered around the question of whether the Russian ambassador, Georgi Zar- Obituaries Mrs. Sylvia Poole Rites Conducted OSCEOLA—Services for Mrs Sylvia Poole, 80. who died Monday morning, were conducted yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy Dillard of Osceola, by the Rev Percy Herring. ' : Burial was in Ermeh Cemetery with National Funeral Home of Memphis in charge. Born at New Albany, Miss., Mrs. Poole moved to Osceola 25 years ago. . ^ Pallbearers were Charley Hampton, Pete Wells, Jerry Gentry, Rob Howerton. Bill Walters and Erus Bradshaw. Surivors Include one son. Will Poole. Osceola; ; four other, daughters. Mrs. Douglas Fletcher of Osceola, Mrs. Leonard Harrelson of Tupelo, Miss., Mrs. Eckford Hainblin of SaUIIlo.'Miss., and Mrs. Ed Cartwright of California; 25 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. 1 . Attending the funeral from Sikes- ton.were Mrs. Mildred Robinson and Mrs- Morse Stauffer. $261 Obtained By Negroes in TB Seal Drive A total of $261.82 was obtained by Negro churches and schools here in the 1952 Christmas Seal fund campaign, it was announced at a final report meeting of Negro drive workers last riight at Harrison High School. This was $34 more than was raised In the 1951 camplgn! Small trophies bearing the 1952 Christmas sea! design were awarded Harrison High School for the most movpv rniserl from .sale of double- barred crosses and to Elm Street ociKiol lor the largest seal sale. First Baptist and Pilgrim Rest Baptist,. Churches lied for first place in the largest amounts contributed and will be presented-pictures for the church butklings. Thirty-seven ribbons were awarded to committee members for their work in the drive. The awards were presented by the Mississippi county Tuberculosis Association. , Two educational films were shown at the meeting DULLES (Continued from Page 1) tatorship of the Communist world." . Development; of.the love of freedom and independence among the captive peoples, he said, may make them so resistant to Soviet domination that they -cannot "be swallowed and digested ... and perhaps in time the indigestion will become so acute that it might be fatal." ft ubln, would attend. He dirt, with his wife. . . -4 Dress was informal. Refreshments consisted of tea and cakes. $ FINAL Women's Fall and Winter SHOES Broken Lois in Suedes, Patents, Calfskins with Low, Medium and High Heels . ... \ve suggest you come in early for best selections! REGULAR 7.95 to 12.95 VALUES! 00 PER PAIR 2 PAIR $ 5 FAMILY SHOE STORE i312 W. Main! IPhone 23421 Sorry, No Refunds or Exchanges July Oct New Mar May July Oct 3380 3399 3370 , 3384 3378 3308 1:15 3331 3310 3330 3380 Orleans Cotton Open Hieh Low 1:15 ...... 3315 3332 M3H 3333 ..;... 3355 3314 3354 3370 ...... 3378 3394 3377 3392 ...... 3370 3383 3360 3370 Chicago Wheat Op Ml High IjOW Mch . .. 229 X 230 • 228 ( May . .. 231TS 232>S 231? Chicago Corn Open High Lo Mch . .. 102% 1G2X 161J May . ;. 164 !t 104% 16! Soybeans 1:15 220% 2327s 1:15 J«2W 101% Work Gets Under Wax On Storage Building Work started this week on a storage building'at the rear of the Prank C. Douglas Building at 2lfj W. Walnut. Mr. Douglas said the building will lie of brick construction with haydlte block interiors. ft. will measure, he said. 80 by 50 feet and will be rented us storage space. Negro Deaths Lilly Mary Thompson Services for -Lily Mary Thompson, 5!, who died Thursday night at John Gaston ' Hospital In Memphis. will be conducted at noon Friday at Gospel Temple Baptist Church In Luxora ,by Rev. C. N. Neal, pastor. Burial will be in Sandy Htdge Cemetery with Caston "Funeral, Home in charge. Survivors include four brothers, J. N. Mabin,,Rev. Sam Mabin and W. B. Mabin, .all of Luxora, and Ernest Mabin of St. Louis; and a sister, Mattle Miller *of Luxora. Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 5S WED -THURS "Phone Call From a Stranger' Gary Merrill Shelley Winters FRIDAY 'CAVALRY SCOUT" Rod .Cameron' Niw York Stocks N Y STOCKS .... A T and T Amer Tobacco ... Anaconda Cojiper Belli Steel Chrysler , J C Penney „',,.. Oen Electric ... Ceil Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central Hit Harvester, ....' Sears Sou Pac Radio Socony Vacuum . Sludebaker Standard of N J . Texas Corp ...... U S Steel .. slirdl shicll 60 &>'•>.! G79J, 24% 32 46 li 2711, 35% 54 Si 42% Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 tin— (USDA)—Hoes 8,000; falrli- active; weights 180 Ibs up mostly steady with' Tuesday's average; lighter weights and sows steady to 25 lower; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs 19.00-40; several londs uniform choice Nos. 1 and 2 mostly under RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WED -THURS "FARGO" In Sepia Tone Wild Rill Elliott FRIDAY 'LOAN SHARK" George Haft and Dorothy Hurt 225 Ibs 19.60 to shippers and bulclv ej-o; 2«-210 Ibs 10.23.83;, 3«>vp v 0 , 11.50-18.00; 150-170 Ibs 17.76.1J.OO; 120-140 Ibs 15.25-17.05; sows 400 Its down 16.50-17.25; largely 11.00 down; heavier sows 14.50-16 00- boars 11.00-13.50. Cattle 3.000, calves 100; opening slow on.stcers and heifers although some commercial and good heifers and mixed yearlings about steady at 18.00.20.00; cows opening about steady; little done on big packer account; utility and commercial cows 13,50-14.50. MOX Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sal. Sun 1:00 Always o Double Feature LAST TIMES TONMTE Douljle Feature "GOING TO TOWN" with Lum & Abner •—Plus— STREET BANDITS itrmie ficint Selected Shorts THURS-FRI Double Feature ^ELLIOTT' AD MAT NO. ,52/iU,-105 1 Col. x 14 line. —PLUS— Cartoon and Comedy The Entire UCTION 1'ty 5c and lOc Store Highest Bidders! lofhing Reserved! Sale Starts Promptly at 1 p.m. Thursday and Continue ONLY 2 ^^••M^MBMBBMX Store Open For Inspection! But No Merchandise Will Be Sold Before 1 p.m. Thursday Is EACH ITEM! For Dealers! Terrific Values Literally Hundreds Of Items Of Interest to Dealers! ' • "^^^^••^•^^••^••H Every Iterm Will Be Sold! Regardless Of The Amount Of The This Auction Is Under Supervision Of Bud Rose

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