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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURSER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1954 Party Rift on Suez Pact Is Threat to Churchill s Status By HAL COOPER LONDON (AP) — A serious Conservative party rift over Britain's Suez Canal Zone pact with Egypt handed the Laborite opposition a tempting chance today to force the resignation of Prime Minister Churchill. It was doubtful the Socialists would seize the chance. The test comes in a House of Commons vote tonight on Churchill's motion demanding Parliament's approval of the agreement to pull Britain's 83,000 troops out of the strategic Canal Zone. A group of 40 rebellious Conservatives, angered at seeing another bit of Britain's dwindling empire crumble away, have served notice they will vote against the government. With only a nominal Conservative majority of 20 votes in the 625-member House. Churchill thus wag in the uncomfortable. position of having to depend on his Socialist opponents for the support necessary to put his policy across. The ticklish situation in Commons was one of several troubles currently plaguing the old warrior who. has yet shown no inclinatio: to heed the urging of his wife an< doctors that he retire. • In the House of Lords there wa an almost unprecedented seen last night as Lord Reading,, min ister of state for foreign, affairs set forth the government's position in support of the Suez agreement Angered peers, who normally sup port the government, complained they had no time to study the pact They became silent only after the house leader. Lord Salisbury, one of Churchill's closest advisers withdrew a "request, for immediat approval of the agreement. Churchill was harassed also by vote of confidence. But some Socialists were reported to feel that the Suez agreement could legitimately be opposed as failing to provide Israel with guarantees against rab aggression after British troops pull out. Speaking for the pact yesterday, Foreign Secretary Anthony. Eden told Commons that Britain, together with the United States and France, was determined to guard the peace between Israel and her Arab neighbors. a Cabinet shakeup following the resignation of two of his Cabine' ministers. A third also announced he had submitted his resignation, but there was no indication whether it would be accepted. Plans ,to Keep Cyprus Abroad, Greecie served notice she would bring her demand for Cyprus before the United Nations .despite Britain's decision to grant the colony a constitution that would advance it nearer to self-rule. The Churchill government served notice : yesterday Britain plans to hold on to the fortress island in the Mediterranean, to which she plans to shift troops from the Suez. Laborite members of Commons were thoroughly enjoying the Conservatives' dilemma but they kept their plans to themselves. Most observers thought the Socialists could not vote Churchill out on the Suez issue without compromising their own principles. The official policy of the Labor party has long been in favor of pulling British troops out of the Canal Zone. Themselves badly split between the moderate followers of former .Prime Minister Clement Attlee and the leftist rebels led by Aneurin Bevan, the Laborites also would run the risk of a sound trouncing in the general election which would follow a government fall. Attlee was reported to have advised his colleagues they could not conscientiously refuse Churchill a Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. LS>j— (USDA)—Hogs 7,000; moderately active: barrows and gilts 1.90 up, about steady; extreme top 10 lower; lighter weights steady to 50 lower; sows strong ^to mostly 25 higher; choice 190-240 Ib. 22.7523.00, latter paid freely by all interest;; a few 190 .Ib. 22.65; 250270 Ib. 22.00-75; 270-315 Ib. 19.2522.00; 170-190 Ib. 22.00-75; 150-170 Ib. 20.50-22.00; few .early 22.25-50; 120-140 Ib. 18.00-2.0; sows 40 Olb. 16.5-18.75; heavier sows 13.50; 15.75; boars 9.50-16.00. Cattle 2,500; calves 1,000; two loads high choice medium weight steers 24.00; choice yearlings 22.75; commercial and good heifers anc mixed yearlings 15.00-20.00; these generally steady; cows lacking ag- Obituary Rites Saturday For Mrs. Holdman Services for Mrs. Mattie Sue Holdrnan, 85, of Blytheville, who died at the home of a daughter here yesterday afternoon, will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Tommy McClure. Mrs. JJoldman, who had been sick for four weeks, had been a resident of Blytheville for six years. She was born in Sturgis, Ky. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. G. B. Castleman of Blytheville and Mrs. Lee Jennings of Doniphan, Mo.; eight grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Marvin Jennings, Bowen Travis, Bud Alford, Oscar Hinchey, Howard Franklin, and Bobby Martin. Burial will be in Caruthersville Cemetery. MCCARTHY FAIR (Continued from Page 1) R. Jackson, J. A. Leech, Russell Phillips, Raleigh Sylvester, Cris Tompkins and T. F. (Doc) Dean all of Mississippi County, John Bowen, Jr., of St. Francis County. A. Waddle of Poinsett County, Ted Clery of Stone County, T. R. Jones of Jackson County; J. C. Baker of Lawrence County, Dick Jackson of Randolph County; Robert M. Head of Craighead County, Donald Cox of Green County; Ed Wolf of Fulton County; Jack Ingram of Woodruff County. W. B. Proctor of Cross County, and L. E. Baker of Dunklin County. (Continued from Page 1) at the bar of the Senate. McCarthy was not in the Senate at the time, and had no immediate comment on what Flanders said abous him or on a Companion speech by Sen. Lehman (D-Lib-NY). Lehman told the Senate McCarthy has "tragically abused and perverted" his power as chairman of the Senate Investigations subcommittee. A reliable source said last night that group's parent, the Government Operations Committee, planned to name today as chief counsel former Sen. Owen Brewster (R-Maine). Brewster said he had "heard rumors" to that effect and there were indications he might be named. He said the job would not be -the subcommittee chief counsel post resigned last week by Roy M. Conn. There has been a vacancy for some time in one of the committee's $ll,646-a- year staff jobs. Switzerland Shaken GENEVA, Switzerland (JP) — A strong earth tremor shook-Switzerland shortly after dawn today but no damage was reported immediately. The center of the tremor was reported to be in southern Switzerland. Jamaica Outlaws Comics KINGSTON, Jamacia (/P)—-The Jamacia Bookseelers Assn. has barred more than 90 sex, horror and red more than 90 sex, horror and crime comics from this British west Indies island. Officals disclosed today. State Bauxite Deposits Hold Vital Element WASHINGTON (&> — Titanium and bauxite deposit* in central Arkansas may add to this nation's production of columbium — an important element used in the manufacture of jet ehginei and stainless steel. The Bureau of Mines said yesterday the Arkansas mineral deposits can yield columbium, or niobium — an alloying element. The United States presently produces only one per cent of columbium it consumes. Last year, the U. S. used 750,000 pounds. Titanium deposits and bauxite* in Arkansas are estimated to contain more than 75 million pounds of the element, but the bureau said further research is necessary before it can be recovered commercially. ASC NIAGARA onto Prospect Point from the river's edge about,40 feet above the brink of the fails. The area was fenced off by workmen as engineers mapped plans to : !nd out what was causing the break. The entire drop took nearly 10 minutes . The crevices widened rapidly in the asphalt pavement and the lawn of the observation irea. Then the wire and iron fence (Continued from Page W Max Ray Jr., Geraia Cassidy, W. E. Hagan, John O'Neal, C. C. Elliott, Rex Hughes, Wallace Hudson, Weldon McCann. HALF MOON Jack Oarrigan, Herman Storey, I. T. Walker, Clay Stallings, Billy Driver, Glen Alexander, Irvin Alexander, Garland Moody, Jack Buck, O. M. Mitchell. LOST CANE Gene Bradberry, C. A. Evans, A. J. Lewis Jr., Charles Rose, Charles Nick Rose, Bryce Grant, R. G. Edwards, T. A. Bourland, John Statler, Dewey Sheppard, C. H. Whistle Jr., Doc Wilborn. . MANILA B. B. Threlkeld, D. C. Wright, J. H. David, Harry Wright, Bob Holthouse, Raymond Scott, Albert Robinson, Lockard Benson, P. G. Ballard, Bert Williams. PAWHEEN Charles Beach, W. E. Crafton, appeared .to settle before breaking up in huge pieces and crashed to i?;e floor of the gorge. The riverbed sections followed. One section of the point which had a mature tree growing on it wa? left standing,, but .engineers said it would have to be blasted away if it didn't fall of its own weight. The change resulted in improved appearance- of the falls. Visitors now will'be. able to get a head- on view of the American Falls because of the deep "V" carved in irs flank. Prior to yesterday, the only "head-on" view of the American Falls was from the Canadian side, thousands of feet away across the gorge. John Bearden Sr., Clyde MetcalJ Eugene Galyean, Cecil B. Neal Homer Buck, Albert Davidson Norman Rauls, Ike Minirth. WHISP Dean Roach, Douglas Fortenber ry, W. P. Carter, W.-G. Brown Russ Crowell, H. A. Croom, Clar ence Shockly, John A. Baum gardner, C. Owens, John Bridges LEACHVILLE V S. Johnson, John Bearden Jr., J. W. Clark, Jim Bridges, H, H. Thurmond, Hadley Robins, J, O. Edwards, Lester Mayfield, Delana Hatcher, Jim Rose. YARBRO » Herbert Mullins, George M. Trimue. Clifford Council, Bill Orr, Cecil Johnson, V. M. Brister, H. G. Matthews, L. T. Burnham, Milton Bunch, G. T. Gracy. BOWEN Mitchell West, Malcolm Greenway, Lee Hill, C. Tom Grimes, B. R. (Pete) Pate, M E. Cook, R. L. Maxwell, Roy McKay, J. M. Frankum, Eric Bollard. Persons who wish to nominate farmers not appearing on the bal- j lot may do so by circulating a pe- 'tition and'getting the signatures of 10 eligible farmers in the community -"/ho will support the nomination, Mr. Daniels stated. These petitions must be presented to the community chairmen not later than Aug. 2. Here is a list of community chairmen: Armor el ~ Johnny F. Young; Blytheville — Johnson BlackXvell; Clear Lake — J. H. Smart; Dell — H. R. Crawford Jr.; Huffman — N. C. Patterson; Half Moon — 0. M. Mitchell; Lost Cane — R. G. Edwards; Manila — Harry Wright; Pawheen — Glen Metheny; Whisp — W. P. Carter; Yarbro — D. B. Abbott; Leachville McCLELLAN (Continued from Page 1) Richard B. McCullock Jr. 6308; D. S. Plummer 2840; Ford Smith 5232. Fifteenth District :102 of 103 precincts: Dott Goza 4762; W.H. Me- Clellan 2641; N.A. McDaniel 3086; S. J. Reid 4468. Circuit Judge: Thirteenth District (first division): 119 of 119 precincts: G.W. Jones 14057; Jack Machen 9883; J.P. Oliver 1133. Prosecuting Attorney: Second District: 236 of 237 precincts: Terry Shell 15726; R. E. Wilson 5677; Frank Snellgrove 7404; Hub Methvin 4541. Eighth District: 170 of 171 precincts: P. E. Dowd 6311; Van Johnson 2917; Travis Mathis 6701; Royce Weisinberger 6797. Sixteenth District: 109 of 136 preincts: Gus Causbie 1530; Herrn Northcutt 2467; Jim Robb 5431. Seventeenth District: 99 of 101 precincts: W.M. Lee 5865; Ted VicCastlain 3514; M. G. Robinson 4644. State Senate: Ninth District: 117 of 122 pre;incts: R. W. Milum 5219; W.F. kelson 2848; R.M. Ruthven 110; Jay Weaver 213. Tenth District: 92 of 92 precincts :F. A. Acree 23; Bob Baily Jr. ,2891; Phil Loh 3581; R.H. Villiams 3720. Eleventh District (position No. ): 164 of 168 precincts: C. Van rlayes 11614; A.L. Holley 5136; M. D. Wilkinson 3708; D. E. Wolf 652. Sixteenth District: 107 of 108 preincts: A. H. Bledsoe 2695; — Bob Shipley; Bowen — George George Chaney 2014; C.R. Lasiter Hamilton. J3863; Oliver Williams 5153. gressiveness of early in week, but mostly steady; utility and commercial cow s 10.50-13.00 ; earners and cutters 8.00-10.50; light shells 7.00-50; bulls and vealers steady; utility and commercial bulls 11.5013.00; canner and cutter bulls 8.00-11.00; • good and choice veal- er.s 14.00-18.00; high choice and prime 19.00-20.00; commercial and ow good 11.00-14.00; culls 7.008.00; commercial and good slaugh- :er calves mostly 12.00-16.00. 'asses Plumbing Test Luther M. Jolley, 1516 West Ash, as passed the state ' master lumbing examination and has een licensed as a master plumb- r, the Division of Plumbing of he Arkansas State- Board of Health announced today. Adams Appliance Co. Inc. Forfeits $19 Bond Joe E. Rayford, charged with driving without a driver's license. this morning forfeited bond of S19.75 in Municipal Court. 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