The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 2, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 2, 1955
Page 5
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGEFTVK Commodity And Stock Markets- N«w York Cotton Od ........ 3372 3373 3366 3368 Dec ........ 3367 3372 3365 3371 Mar ........ 3339 3344 3338 3343 May ........ 3343 3347 3340 3346 N*w Orleans Cotton Oct 3372 3372 3366 3367 Dec 3368 3372 3366 -3370 Mar 3356 3362 3356 3360 May 3345 3349 3342 3349 Obituary 22(P, ! 218 I 2193. 219 Chicaga Soybeans Sept .... 221'i 222 220 3 ; NOV .... 217':. 218'- 217',:, Jan .... 220'; 220!i 219! 2 Chicago Corn Sept .... 127 127 3 j 126> 127'i Dec .... 127 I27U 1263, 126= B Chicago Wheat Sepl 19234 193 3B ll>2'» 192'a Dec .... US', 196'j, 195', 195'. New York Stocks A T m:d T Arner Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beih Steel Chrysler Cucfl-Cola Gen. Electric Gen Motors Montgomery .Ward N Y Central Int. Harvester ,. Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum Suidebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp Sep. is U S Steel 179 74 1-4 .. 79 3-4, ..157 1-2] . 87 1-4! 135 ! ..'53 5-8 ! .129 7-8; 83 1-4 j 46 1-4i .39 i . 47 l-8i . 50 7-8i 61 : 91-8^ ..135 3-8! .103 3-4.. 99 1-4i .. 57 1-8, Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. '.P—(USDAi — Hoes 7,500: moderately aeiive to slow; barrows and gills steady to 25 cents lower; sows mostly 25 lower: bulk mixed U. S. Nos I. 2 and 3 grades 200-200 Ib 16.50-75: over 400 head 17.00. mostly N'o 1 and 2 averaging 200225 Ib; 170-190 Ib 15.50-16.25; 150170 Ib 14.50-15.75: 120-140 Ib 13.0014.25: .sows 400 Ib down 14.0015.00; heavier sows 11.50-13.75; boars 8.00-12.00. Cattle 500. calves 400: about steady good and choice hellers 18.00-21.50. utility and commercial cows 10.00-12.00: canners and cutters 7.00-9.50: utility and commercial bulls 12.00-14.00: licht canner bulls 10.00-50; good and choice vealers 2000 - 23.00: commercial , and good kinds 15.00-19.00; cull and utility 10.00-14.00. Harry C May Dies in Memphis CARUTHERSVILLE — Harry Cromwell May, ge, died suddenly at 1:15 a.m. Wednesday at Kennedy Veteran's Hospital in Memphis. Services will be conducted at 2:30 p.:n. Saturday from First Presbyterian Church of Caruthersville. Rev, James Blanton will officiate. Burial will be in Little Prairie Cemetery with H, S. Smith Funeral Home in charge. Mi-. May, retired sand and gravel company operator, was born in Osage City, Kan. He was the son ol Mrs. Louise May and the late George C. May. A Presbyterian, he was a Past .Noble Grand in the international Order of Oddfellows at Osage City. He entered the lumber business in Osage and later served in the armed services during World War 1. Afterwards, he married Miss Irene Kemp in Texas. She died in February, 1929.. . In 1920. Mr. May moved to Caruthersville and managed the East Arkansas Lumber Company branch here. Liuer, lie opened ;t sand and gravel business from whicn he retired in 1952. He married Miss Bertie Roth in Memphis. Oct. 15. 1932. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Louise May, Font ana, Calit.; his wife. Mrs. Benie May; a son, Harry li. May: lour grandchildren. John. Virginia, Harriet, and Susan Mai, all of Caruthersville; a nephew, George C. May II. and a niece. Helen Broden, both of Minneapolis, Minn. Active pallbearers will b« Bill Rcss, Jack Tipton, Joe Tipton. James B, Neely, C. W. Shaefter, Baxter Southern, W. B. Robinson and Dick Murphy. Higginbotham Services Held Slim Rhodes Here Saturday Steele Man Found Guilty Slim Rhodes, the television cow- CARUTHERSVILLE-Willie Clin- boy entertainer, and his crew will Ion (Popeye) Butler was found he on hand here tomorrow in behalf of Memphis' Midsouih Fair, Which opens Sept. 23. The Rhodes gang may be seen at! The 42-year-old Steele farm la- phiUips Motor Co. at, 3 o'clock to- \ borer pleaded not, ftullty. He was •accused of stealing 1G pints of can- I ned beets in addition to women's Builiy of petit larceny in Pemiicot Couiuy Magistral!' Court yesterday und was fined S50 and costs. morro'A' afternoon. clothing. fitt, Mr: and Mrs. Tal Tongate. Mrs. j HeariiiK for Frederick Fi-iudlcy H. E. Phillips, Mrs. O. E. Massen- ! and William Carter, both of Kansas gill. Mrs. Bub Reidy, Mrs. P. D. : City, charged with burglary al Johnson and Mrs. Alee Crosthwait. Mrs. J. B. Mitchell is in Hot Springs where she will teach school the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Woods are expected home this week from Texas. i Sleele, was continued to Sept. 15. Want Air Rights LONDON '.-Pi—Briiain is negotiating with Russia for right- to fly Mr and Mrs Joe Shippen and 1 commercial airlines over Soviet children of Lake Providence re- ! terriiory. thereby cuiiing: 3.500 Slavs, Russia Sign Trade Pact BELGRADE, Yugoslavia <J» — Russia is slated !o be Yugoslavia's biggest trade panner under a nsw pact calling for each to sell the other 70 million dollars worth of goods annually over the next thrca years. The TAVO narions resumed formal trade relations last year after a six-year break. The agreement signed in Moscow last night more than doubles thpir present arransre- menis for an exchange of, 32 million dollars-in annual exports. Yugoslavia will furnish Russia with bauxite, lead, tobacco and hemp in return fov Soviet coal, o\l and couon. The Soviets also extended large credits and agreed to loan Yugoslavia 30 million dollars in foreign currency or gold. d to their home Monday after cmmi Iturne j a weekend here with their parents. Mrs. Aubrey Cowan has returned . home after spending two weeks in j Memphis with her sister, Mrs. Cliff Geographic center of the United Tarver, and family. ' Slates is in Smith County, Kan HIT- URANIUM JACKPOT IN JUNK YARD-Thc happy grins thisquarte | miles off British Overseas Air- j ways' present roundabout London-1 io-Tokyo flights. baum Edward Sleele 'who hunched the hunt because his father once worked in the radium mill. Roger Steele and Morcy Duman They turned up a deposit believed to br worth more than S1000 a ton Said Duman "Only difficulty is we 1 !) have to move tons of scrap 10 gei at the stuff. EXCLUSIVE NEA PHOTO. I O5CEOLA NEWS Bv Bettye Nelle Starr ; LEACHVU-LE—Services lor Henry I Lee Higginbotham. inUun. son ol ! Mr. and Mrs. Gene Higginbotham i of LeachviLle, were conducted, ai i Lenchviile Cemetery y e s t- e r d a y ! morning by J, S. Jones, pastor ot: Church of Christ. The child diea at binh yesterday. Howard Funeral Service was in charge. Mrs. Ben Fianigan and daughters. Sirs. E. S. Morgan of Nashville, Tcnn., were Sunday gui'&t-s ot Mrs. W. B. Fianigan, Mr?. Madeline Campfc»ell and Mr;-. J. W. Edrington. Before coming here for the day Sunday Mrs. Fianigan and Mr?. Morgan .spent several days in Memphis with Mrs. Flamgan's ton, Ben Fianigan. Mr.s. Fianigan and children. Mrs. Morgan is the former Jane Fianigan. . were hosts Thursday evening to a I party honoring Captain and. Mrs. j William.-.. I Friday they drove to Latham. 111.. ; 10 be weekend sjupstn of Captain ! Williams' brother. Dr. Alfred Wil! liams. and will return to Osceola ! on Monday. j They plan to leave Wednesday •for Montgomery, Ala., where he is 10 be stationed lor three months. Mixed Up Thief DALLAS. TPX. OP.—An 83-year-old woman told police yesterday Mine- one entered, her IIOUM? and stole her two cats and the false teeth which ."he had left in a cup. Protest Strike AMMAN'. Jordan •„* — Amman .stood still for five minuter today . as workers left their jobs in a ! light ninp token strike to protest ; French "imperialist" measures in : Morocco and Ale en a. Five mm- 1 utes later, work started again. ' There was no violence. Dr. William Drennan. Irish physi- ; cian and poet, was urst to dub | Ireland the "Emerald Isle." Cap'. • and Mrs. Bobby , Williams of Shaw Field. S. C., who were mairied there recently and are now vitUine C it plain Williams' family here, l^ave been complimented wirh ,-everaJ parlies during their slay here. Saturday night Mr. and Mrs, Walter Daniels entertained in their honor with a dinner part:, at tht=ir country home. SuncJa> evening Mr, and Mr. 5 .. Gene Butler invited several couple? of the younc marru-d. .*et to their nf'-v home to meet Cap- win William?' bncic. Mr. .and Mr>. .huuny Han .were ho^t.s Mouciny niglii when ;hty eii- tpruuned \vith an informal party. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shippen ; Mr. and Mr?. Jimmie Mason of Madl.sonville. Tenn.. have returned | home alter a week's visit- here with : Mr. Mason's uncle. W. C. Mason, : and family. Several informal par- nes were given by the families of iMrs. Ma^oii. ; . A dinner party at the home of Mr. and Mr.<. J- B. Strickiing, a : swim party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Florida and a dinner par,y '.si thp home of Mr. and Mrs. George i Florida. i They were entertained during their week's vL-ii by Buddy Mason ; in Memphis. spending this week in Maiden, Mo. Mr*. Lalah Coble is vacationing in Nonh Carolina. Last week she ws. 1 - in Cherokee. N. C., where she attended fa performance at The Mountainside Theatre, where all the performers were Indians. She exppcr? in be home in a few days. Mr-. R. C. Bryan is entertaining her three-table pitch club Wednesday with a luncheon at Five Lakes Out ins: Club at Hon-esn-"^ Lake. Mrs- Waller Driver left Friday for Oxford, Miss. Airs. Driver is a housemother at i-he University. Mis. 1 Kainerine Booth of Memphis came up over the weekend to attend the- birthday dinner of her father. Roland Booth. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bowen of New- York are .-pending several days with Mrs. R. M". Fletcher and Mrs. Ethelyn Springfield. Amont! Cvc-eola:is in Memphis Tuesday were Mr~. A. \V. Bowen. Mrs. F.iber .White and daughter. Mary Alan. Mr.s. Sam Hodses. Mrs. Lloyd Oodley. Mi~s Margaret Mof- AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:18 a.m. and 1 p.m. for ftitz & Roxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY The R?v. and Mr?. O. B. MoQre. with tiH'ir yo'jng son. Phillip, are PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starls 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature DANWKAYE KNOCK ON WOOD ' CM«brTECHHICOUR — AND — v^w^'-ir*''^;-/ HALWAWS CEASE Most Popular Theatre Northeast Arkansas' FEDERAL Anderson, 51-year-old former governor of South Dakota, is expected lo be appointed to the Federal Trade Commission. He "completed his second terra as governor last January. Attention: Natural Gas Users In order to scrre yon more efficiently we suggest that rou have your heating cquip- menl clicrked and four oilot lights lit now We. of course, will do everything possible to take care of your work irheD- ever TOD call. But to prevent unavoidable do la,? when thai first cold snap "snows us under" with service work, have this work done NOW We will do this for rov FREE OF CHARGE Cnti) Sept 3«, 1955 (After Sept Sfl regular aervlc* charge will be made) Ark-Mo Power Sat. Night 10:30 Sun.&Mon. September 3 - 4 - 5 GIANT WIDE SCREEN Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk LAST TIMES TONIGHT M-G-Ws BIG I DORISDAY'JAMESCAGNEY/ LIFE-INSPIRED love Me Or Leave Me DRAMA! ,» 10 .- P 'PLUS CARTOON SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature •T- « _AND— f ELEANOR. OMRnON 1 f PARKER-HESTON Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission loc & 35c At All Times H£R6£PI 1 MIES ,-. Hfiisomsr . pCAMDtON-'lOWUELJE ' * tmnuc nciraE /'KEEP'EM SLUGGING" With the Dead End Kids hi new '3-DIM?f>"'ON ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY Double Feature FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature BELLESTARRS DAUGHTER, PLUS CARTOON "GIFT OF GAB" SUNDAY & MONDAY Find Your Name in Our Ad and Be Our Guest to See "We're No Angels" Mr. and .Mrs. \V. R. Stanford THE MAN guns his way from the pages of the famed Saturday Evening . POST adventure! THEY'RE MUSCLING IN ON A NEW RACKET! Sat. Owl Show Starts 11:30 p.m. RARKER-HESTON IN PARAMOUNT S OUARA-MCHANDUR ALSO CARTOON iU^SUZANBALU,,*,™ IWriEvO: " " " SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature ALSO~ CARTOON Serial "Black Arrow'' No. 5 Cartoon "Big Bad Sinbad" SUNDAY & MONDAY LONG-HAUL SAVE ON _ TRUCK INSURANCE See— United In*. Co. Ill W. M»ii« Ph. S-681J Tfe PRODIGAL' Lana TURNER-Edmund PURDOM ALSO CARTOON Coming to Starvue Sept. 11 - 12—TALL MAN RIDING With Randolph Scott & Dorothy Mahxie SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature Naked . AUbT/ " STERLIhG HAYOEN GLORIA GRAHAME A UNIVERSAMNltRNATIONAI. HCIURE — ALSO — HELL'S ISLAND JOHN """ MARY PAYNE-MURPHY ITECHNICOLORJ co-slarnr>0 BENNETT- RATHBONE • CARROLL Jk '*.„„.,,, PAT DUSSAN D.,.-,.. ., MICHAEL CURTIZ Si *<•..•»., i, RANALD M.cDOUSALL • s,» «- , ,.•„ ., . ..- «..». PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON METRO NEWS PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET FOR FREEZING AND CANNING: PURPLE HULL, CROWDER & TEXAS CREAM PEAS Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In w* Deliver Come In 1044 Chick ALANLADD « OCLMER DAVES' DRUM BEAT — AND THE BRIDGE§ AT TOKO-RI fl.MAM tfiRAO HOLDE1V KELLY KnlllC JWICKKV I MARCH HOONEV ALSO CARTOON

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