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APRIL IT, 1959 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Is Castro a Nasser of the Antilles? By WILLIAM L. RYAN Commodity And Stock Markets- N«* York Cotton Mar May July Oct Dec Chicago Corn The question is likely io occur V (o many who have the opportunity to see and hear the Cuban revolutionary leader on his current visit to the United States. sion entrenched Latin American dictatorship against almost impossible ,o? 3248 32« May . . 124tt 125V4 124% July . . 1245* 125 124H 124ft Sept . . 132 122 121% 121% Chicago Soybeans May . . 226* 227ft 228* 22TC4 July . . 227* 22854 227% 228 Sept : . 317* 217% 217V* 217% Nov . . 212%; 213 212H 212% Chkago Wheat May . . 20S 203% 202tt 202% July . . W7% 187'A 1*7% 187% 90 19054 190ft 48V4 63% of gime. The revolution's victory was welcomed by a great preponderance of the thinking people in the Western world. It was considered a hopeful development, a chance that the lowly citizens so long abused and neglected at last could look forward to a decent break. Like Nasser's, Castro's postrev- olution approach to his monumental problems sometimes has seemed more emotional than prac- "•">'. Indeed, even in his manner;, his gestures, his way of rolling his eyes heavenward, his eloquence and his personal charm, Castro inevitably reminds one New York Stock* <3«n Motors Ford Montgomery Ward A T t T 2641! Pepsi Cola 30?^ N Y Central 29% RCA Radio 59Vt Coc« Cola 130% Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. HI. (AP')—(l)SDA)-Hogs 9,000; mod- eratety active 'and uneven; barrows and gilts 180 Ib up steady to JS higher; lighter weights mostly 3S higher; bulk 1 to 3 180-240 Ib 16.W-75; 2 and 3 240-270 Ib 15.50!«.»; mixed grade ,150-170 Ib 15.75-16.50; sows 1 to 3 350 Ib down 14.25-15.00; heavier sows 12.75- I4.»; -boars mostly 11.00; under 250 Ib 11.50. Cattle 300, calves 200; not enough'oo sale to test trend; load standard grade 1000 Ib steers 34.25; small lots standard and good steers and heifers 25.00- S8.50; Utility and commercial cows 19.50j-31.00; vealen weak to 1.00 tower;' choice SS.OO-atOO; good Hmlping Hand NEWPORT NEWS, Va. W -* Twice thieves have, broken into Shaul's tilling station here and carried away automobile tires in the station's pickup truck, On both occasions : they returned the truck undamaged: 14,000 LIGHTS A SECOND GOT A MATCH?—Americans reached an ill-time high In cigarette consumption last year, more than 438 billion. On the average, all Americans over 15 puffed away on 3,626 smokes a year — about 14,000 light-ups the balance going for export and armed forces overseas. Filtered cigarettes were 49 per cent of the total output. TELEPHONE FOR ALL YOUR MtDICAL NEEDS W* (Wiwr fra of charge Wood* Drug Store . To 1 suggest this casts no asper- on Uie man who toppled an Obituary MfS. Brother Dics least, a remarkable man. The following is true both of Cua and counlr >' grip strongly of Nasser. Even Castro's M. Saliba, 70, frequent ere and brother o{ Mrs. George, died yesterday afternoon in Florence, Ala. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Chishoun Funeral Home of Florence is in charge. Ex-Osceolan Dies in West Mrs. Al Hitter of Las Cruces, N.M., died Wednesday morning in Las Cruces Hospital. She is the former Miss Evelyn Ward of Osceola. Survivors include her husband and four sisters, Mrs. Louis Gwaltney, Las Cruces; Mrs. A. W. pout if the slightest doubt is cast upon his pronouncements or intentions. Like Nasser, Castro came to power as a young man — very young for the job of coping with the vast complexities . inherited from the corrupt old regime. As in Nasser's.case, there is a suggestion of political immaturity in Castro's approach. Castro even has .sounded like Nasser when he spoke loudly of neutralism in world affairs and o£ the "United States imperialists" whom he accused of profiting in his country at the expense of the population. Like Nasser, Castro even has hinted that if the United States annoys him sufficiently, he knows where to turn. Nasser was not satisfied to develop his own revolution. He diverted and halted its more hopeful programs for the sake of interfering in the affairs of other Arab countries. He seemed to picture himself the liberator of a great area, much of which did not par ticularly want to be liberated. It is to be hoped Castro will want to develop his own revolution. It has a great deal of prom- is*. H may be interrupted, perhaps set back many years if he chooses to encourage Cuban adventuring in the Caribbean and elsewhere in Latin America for the purpose of "liberating" areas which may not long for his own particular brand of liberation. The Cuban situation is vastly unlike the Egyptian in this respect: Cuba, alongside of Egypt, is a fabulously rich land. If Castro's attempt at a social revolution should go the way of Nasser's, Castro will have far less excuse than Nasser had. Ike Plays 36 Holes AUGUSTA, Ga. (Pi — President Eisenhower once must have wondered whether he ever would be to 36 holes in a single day. as newsmen know, it's the most he has played in one day since his heart attack in 1955. Negro Deaths Moses Koonce Funeral for Moses Koonce, 79 who died at home of his daughtet last Friday, will be held at 2 p. m. Sunday at Zion Chapel Baptist Church at Luxora. Rev. D. w. Washington will officiate. Buriai will be in Luxora Cemetery. :, Halls, Tenn.; two sons, Rufus Koonce and William Koonce, both of St. Louis; four .daughters, Mattie McKeever and Gertrude Koonce, both of St. Louis; Mozella Rice, Blytheville, Evelana Junior, Milwaukee Wis. Horne Funeral Home is charge. Taylor Bros. Gravel Co. Rector, Arkansas Plenty of Washed Sand and Grovel Pbooe KM, Bertor, Ark. or 753 Caruthmville, Mo. f Tulsa, Okla. Services will be held at .2:30 p.m. Sunday at Las Cruces. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. White and son Allen left Wednesday afternoon to attend Soviet Ballet Scores Smash Success in N.Y. By BARRY NEW YORK (AP) - Eighteen minutes of unbroken, thunderous applause that rocked the Metropolitan. Opera House late Thursday night tell the slory: those attending fell in love at first sight with the Soviet Bolshoi ballet. Bravo* Bravos rolled with equal enthus iasm from young dance students who had waited up to 40 hours for a crack at standing room and from jeweled society women in $30 box seats. Again and again the curtain parted, bringing out legendary Glatna Ulanova, who led the celebrated Russian dancers in Sergei Prokofieff's "Romeo and Julie," to another round of applause and bouquets from the audiance of 3,616. Tr«upe Applauds Then the Soviet troupe applaud ed the audience and the curtain closed on the premiere of the Bol shoi on these shores. Soviet and American flags hung side by side from center boxes in the Diamond Horseshoe. The orchestra played the national anthems of the two countries. Mikhail Menshikov, Soviet ambassador to the United States, „ »«,„ -tv, A . ' a box with an American land industrialist who has visited ifi Soviet Union. Van Cliburn They were joined by Van Cliburn, gangling American pianist who scored a smash in Moscow when he won the Tchaikovsky piano competition. The ballet will be at the metropolitan for a 314-week repertory run. Then, after six performances at Madison Square Garden, the 100 dancers and 90 musicians will go on tour, returning here in May to end an eight-week U.S. visit. Roman Comeback ROME OFi—A proud father rushed to the city registry office to report the birth of his child Thursday and brought Rome's population to two million. Most historians agree ancient Rome had a population of about two million nearly two thousand years ago. ,EVER SEEN HER?—It you say this is Sophia Loren making herself beautiful beside a pool—you're close. She i* Scilla Gabel, Sophia's former stand-in, who has struck off on her own career as Tarzan's most recent cinenule. DO-IT-YOURSELF STRADIVARIUS—Keith Chapman, IS, not only plays this violin, but also built the instrument himself. He came across plans !n a magazine, assembled the materials in his San Bruno, Calif, home and went to work. Though he fiddles around with the homemade instrument. hU zeal ambition is to become a concert pianist.' A Little Dr/Vewoy Trouble SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) — Here's what police said happened to Thomas Jacomlea when he started to drive his car out the driveway at his home: He backed the car 29 feet until he saw he was going to hit his house. Then he shifted into forward, hit a tree and clothes pole, started backing again, scraped the side of the house and struck two more .trees. The car continued backing until it ran into a car across the street, then the driver shifted into for ward, traveled 54 feet, smashed i small «'all, drove into a field, tor down a bush, traveled through wooden fence over a pine free am steel wire fence and then hit house. Then Jacomella put the car ini reverse, backed across the tw fences and a pine tree, hit anothe house and finally came to a slop against a tree. Deputy Sheriff Cliff Gunn said Jacomella was 82. FACE SIJ V JEN Bowling Results Businessmen's League's Dwyane Merritt of Safeway and >ir Force League's Mat Fowler ut together identical scores of 246 last night to lead all bowlers it Delta Lanes. Merritt, however, kept the pace o notch » 617 series. Air Force's series leader was George Schrader, with a 553. Woodmen of the World took >oth team honors in Businessmen's, with a 1080 game and 3085 ieries. A. I. 0. was the Air Force eader with a 1091-3040. Second place Halsell and While ^ntinued to put pressure on eague leading Courier News in businessmen's by winning four rom Armorel Planting Company, chile the newsmen were dropping hre« and winning only one from Safeway. STANDINGS BUSINESSMEN W L lourier News 78 50 Halsell t and White .... 73^ 541, Mead's Clothing 70 58 Armorel Planting Co. . 69 59 Quality T. V. 64 64 Coca Cola G2>/4 6515 Bly. Plant Food 62 66 Safeway s& 72 W. 0. W 55 73 M, F. A so 78 AIR FORCE Splits iov4 ii ; A. I. 0 10 j Special Services g ^ Supply No. 1 7^ 4V Motor Vehicle 7 5 Pacers 5 7 Supply No. 2 4 g Comptroller! i io * » • MIKE BOYD shaped a 204 game and 407 series in Saturday Junior League. Delta Rebels shot » 3076 four- game series to beat Poplar Bluff Sunday, 4-1, as Gary Gill came up with a 651 series and Boyd bashed a 191. The junior bowlers play Sikeston Sunday, starting at p.m. Seriously Injured MIAMI, Okla. «! - Bert L Thompson, 84-year-old Commerci resident, was seriously injured when he lost control of his three wheel motorscooler and overturn ed near here. Panama CoUH Fears Revolt PANAMA (AP) - The Supreme Court Thursday nighfc said Panama faces the grave threat of revolution and asked the citizenry no! to heed calls for rebellion. National guard headquarters instructed all owners of firearms to deliver them to the guard post nearest their homes. The court's appeal and the guard order reflected the growing official concern following the government's announcement Wednesday (hat Panamanian rebels backed by hired troops were planning a transcaribbean invasion from Cuba. Ruben Miro, who was fried and acquitted for the assassination of President Jose Antonio Remon in 1955, said last week in Miami, Fla., he was the revolt leader. Before going to Miami, he spent several weeks in Cuba. Khrushchev Is 65 MOSCOW wi — Soviet Premier Khrushchev was 65 today, but there were no signs of any public celebrations. No Influence LITTLE ROCK (S-Gov. Orval E. Faubus said yesterday an advertisement he ran in "a Litlle Hock newspaper recently was not aimed at influencing a forthcoming Arkansas Supreme Court decision on dog racing. Dalai Lama Resumes Trip TEZPUR, India w> — The Dalai Lama of Tibet resumed his epic journey into Indian exile today after resting five days at the village of Bomdila in India's rugged northeast frontier sector. Traveling by automobile for the first time since he fled on March 17 from the Communist Chinese occupying Lhasa, Tibet's fugitive god-king is due to reach Tezpur Saturday. A huge welcoming ceremony is planned. Barbara Burns Begins Term LOS ANGELES. Calif. W, _ The (laughter of the late comedian Bob (Bazooka) Burns is in jail for narcotics addiction. Barbara Burns, 21, surrendered Thursday to serve a 90-day sentence. She had been a fugitive since Dec. 12 when she failed to keep a court date. Attention Students Von may Join the National °J,« a and «tn cilra monej wlille fnltllling TOUT military obligation. Upon graduation from Hi'eh School, you will he required to ta'^e only £ months of active duty, then you can fo right on Into college. Veterans, yon do not have «o take the 6 months active duty to Join. National Guard Armory 200 So. 2nd Ph. 3-678S •-fntroducinq. IP Making money doesn't interest you neither will " our CHARTER STOCK INVESTMENT PLAN — an unusual money making opportunity now being offered to a select group of Arkansas citizens Phone POplar 3-8381 or 3-8959, Blytheville, for Appointment i Harold C. Thompson Jr., District Manager ' / Home Office, Rector Bldg., Little Rocs, Ark. A Business Institution With A Christian Purpose Ammunition for Steel Talks WASHINGTON tfi-Tht govern. m*nt says sleel industry productivity hai be«n declining but now is on an upturn. The announce ment armed both stetl manage^ ment and stoel labor today with bargaining ammunitloo for eoa. iract talks next month. The Labor Department repotted the lndus*y's output per manhour declined nearly 6 per cent In the three-year 1955-58 period. That time closely parallels duration of expiring three-year labor contract!. PEEK-A-BOO — Five Florida misses wearing hats with built- in sunglasses look like a Martian totem pole on sandy beach. Bible School Clinic Sunday Daily vacation Bible school workers are being inwted to attend a clinic on Bible school work at Mississippi County Union Mission Sunday afternoon. Miss Rosalie Duclos is In charge of the workshop, which begins at 2:15 and is open to the public. Materials will be displayed and a film on Bible schools will be shown. NOTICE OF HEARING Notice Is hereby, given that en May 12, 1959, at 7:30 p.m., at the City Hall, the City Council will hear all persons in connection with rezoning of the following described property: Lots 1, 2 and 3 of the J. R. Smith Subdivision of Lots i fl and 10, Block 26 of the Blythe Second -Addition to the City of Blytheville, and Lot 11, Block 26 Blylhe Second Addition, and the south 45 feet Lots 5, 6 and 7 of said Block 2fi of the Blythe Second Addition of Blytheville, Arkansas, from Zone R-3 to Zone B-3, in accordance with Petition filed by such property owners, and as recommended by the Ely- (hevilie Planning Commission. Dated: April 16, 1959. W. I. Malln, City Clerk 4/18 Delays Vote WASHINGTON WI - The Senate Foreign Relations Committee has delayed until next week a vole on whether to recommend approval of Mrs. Clara Boothe Luce as ambassador to Brazil. A GIRL'S CURLS-The old- fashioned curling Iron, heated on the kitchen itove, i> still an exdttag Item to thl* little jirl. Mn. Norman Paukert touches up 9-year-old daughter Sharal's bang* in their Cedar Bapidi Iowa, home. Want Larger Share CAIRO (fi — The first Arab petroleum conference opened today on a keynole everyone knew in advance — the Arabs want a bigger share of the income from their richest resource. Lix Loses Tonsils HOLLYWOOD, Calif. W - Elizabeth Taylor was recuperating today after having her tonsils removed at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Pat O'Bryant and Jimmie Meacham Expert Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repair WATCHES CLEANED $3.50 2-Day Service Pat O'Bryant Jewelers Main it Second S«. Raymond Ross now has the Raymond Ross Gulf Service Main & Division p},. PQ 3-7761 Mechanic on Duty at AH Times PRESCRIPTIONS BEST BUYS — FRESHEST DRUGS WE DELIVER KIRBY DRUG STORES AUSTIN & WICKER 106 E. Main St. Phone PO 3-6207 "CLEAN-UP" PAINT SPECIAL! Reg. 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