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PAGE TEK BLTTHEYTLLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Conferees Again Try To Settle Last Major Block in Farm Bill WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate-House conferees try again today to settle their differences over price support levels for dairy products — the last major obstacle to the writing of a compromise farm bill. Argument over dairy supports led to an angry breakdown of talks Saturday but conference leaders later agreed to another meeting today after a weekend cooling-off period. The renewal of talks was negotiated by Sen. Aiken (R-Vt) and Rep. Hope (R- T; :an), who head the agriculture committees and the conferees of the two houses. This was viewed as a sign that Aiken and Hope were still optimistic about chances of a dairy dispute compromise. Senate conferees have said this Is the last major roadblock to complete agreement on a farm bill that would carry out President Eisenhower's plan for a shift to flexible price supports on five basic crops. Commodity And Stock Markets- (lt:tt Oct 3393 3410 3393 3404 Dec ....... 3426 3442 3426 3435 Mch 3450 3470 3450 3466 May 3469 3483 3468 3480 Ntw Orleans Cotton Oct 3399 3409 3399 3406 Dec 3428 3439 3428 3434 Mch 3450 3471 3450 3466 May 3473 3486 3472 3483 Chicago Soybeans Sept . 306% 318% 303% 316% Nov Nov Jan Mch 273 277% 270 y? 272^2 273 277% .270% 272 1 /. 278 280% 274% 275 280% 283 276% 277% Chicago Wheat Sept ... 213 213 210% 211% Dec ... 216% 214% 2H% 215Vs Chicago Corn Sept ... 162% 164 162% 164 Dec ... 153% 155% 153% 155% New York Stocks A T and T ................ 173% Amer Tobacco .............. 59 Anaconda Copper ............ 39% Beth Steel .................. 78% Chrysler .................... 58% Coca-Cola .......... ........ 117% Gen Electric ................ 44% Gen Motors ................ 80% Montgomery Ward .......... 68 V 4 Int Harvester .............. 32 % So Pac ...................... 47V 4 Republic Steel .............. 59% Radio . ............. ........... 34 Socony Vacuum ............ 45% Studebaker .................. 18% Standard of N J ............ 94% Texas Corp ................ .74% U S Steel .................. 54% Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. Uft— (USDA)—Hogs 10,000; barrows and gilts all weights 50-60 lower, active at decline; sows steady to 25 lower; boars steady; 200-240 Ib 23.25-50; several lots choice No. 1 and 2 23.60-65; top 23.65 for about 65 head; 250-270 Ib 22.25-23.25; 280-300 Ib 20.75-21.75; 180-190 Ib 22.50-23.00; 150-170 Ib 21.25-2.5; 120-140 Ib 19.75-20.75; sows 400 Ib down 18.00-20.25; heavier sows 15.50-17.50; boars 10.00-16.00. Cattle 8,500, calves 1,500; some opening deals steady on choice 22.25-24.25; most of these on shipper accounts: heifers and mixed yearlings opening active and fully steady; majority good and choice 19.00-22.75; utility and commercial 10.50-12.50; canners and cutters 3.00-10.50; bulls and vealers steady; utility and commercial bulls 11.50-13.50; canner and cutter bulls 8.00-11.00; high choice and prime vealers 20.00-21.00; good and choice vealers 17.00-19.00; commercial and low good 13.00-16.00; slaughter calves scarce and in good demand; commercial and good 14.00-18.00. Aiken, with powerful backing from Eisenhower and Secretary of Agriculture Benson, wants hold price supports for butter, cheese, milk and other dairy products at the present level. Benson last April cut dairy props from 90 to 75 per cent of parity. Stiff Battle Parity is a price standard said by law to be fair in relation to farm costs. The Senate, after a stiff floor battle, approved the lower dairy support level although the House had voted for an increase to 80 per cent, effective between Sept. 1 and next April. The House also inserted directives for fixing the dairypric e props after that date while the Senate voted to bring under price payments now-unsupported milk and butterfat. Aiken said the Senate group would not accept the higher House supports but might agree to several related House dairy provisions not included in the Senate bill. These include disposal of the government's butter and cheese surpluses through military and Veterans Administration channels and a special 15-rnillion-dollar annual fund to eradicate brucellosis, a livestock disease that has hit many dairy herds. Near Solution Aiken and other Senate conferees said they had expected a final compromise only a few minutes before the flareup late Saturday. They said other points in dispute could be quickly adjusted and that tentative compromises had been reached on these points; 1. Elimination of a House-approved wheat program that would have set different prices for wheat sold at home and abroad. The President opposed this. 2. Elimination of a Senate-approved proposal for management of grazing and other lands under the Forest Service, which the President had asked. 3. A special program of production or incentive payments for domestic wool producers, retaining part of the House restrictions which the President had asked be removed. 4. An adjustment between Senate and House versions for the "commercial wheat area." States exempted would avoid controls and penalties but also could not qualify for the authorized support levels. The House had voted to exclude eight states, the Senate to exclude 20, and the compromise Would exclude 12 where average annual wheat production has been less than 25,000 acres in recent years. Obituary Former Resident Dies in Alaska Services for Mrs. Lucille Wright, former Blytheville resident whose husband, Kelsey Wright, is the brother of Mrs. Lillie Sisk and George. Wright of Blytheville, were to be conducted in Council Bluffs, la., at 2 p.m. today. Mrs. Wright died Aug. 3 in King- solmon, Alaska. She is survived by her husband and two daughters. Cleveland Grand Jury to Get Sheppard Murder Case Today Rites Tomorrow For J. 0. Palmer Services for Jarrett Oscar Palmer, 65, who died yesterday morning in Blytheville Hospital following a heart attack Friday afternoon, will be conducted at 2 p.m.- tomorrow in Cobb Funeral Home Chapel. Mr. Palmer, who was born in Morrilton, Ark., moved to Blytheville from Weber Falls, Okla.. five years ago. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Nora Flowers of Lilbourn, Mo.; a brother. Newman Palmer of Rotan, Tex., and two grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Russell Hays, Jack Emery, Doss Sandlin, Billy Gann, Arthur Wadkins and Ed Parrish. Burial will be in Elmwood emetery. Rites Held for Infant Services for Harold Ray Hendrix, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Hendrix ol. Promised Land who died at Walls Hospital here yesterday one day following birth, were to be conducted at 2 p.m. today in 'obb Funeral Home Chaptel by the Rev. J. C. Cooper, The child is survived by his parents; a twin sister, Carol Kay, another sister, Faye Marie; three brothers, Raymond. Barry Lee and Robert Carl. Mrs. Hendrix is the former Miss Ruby Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, T. M. Bailey of Promised Land. Burial was in Dogwood Cemetery. CLEVELAND (fl — Evidence in the six-week-old Marilyn Sheppard murder case goes to the grand jury today — if County Prosecutor Frank T. Cullitan has his way. Also scheduled for today is a preliminary hearing on the first- degree murder charge against Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard, 30-year-old osteopath accused of clubbing his pregnant wife to death. The prosecutor, seeking to prevent disclosure of evidence to defense attorneys, hopes to obtain a continuance of the preliminary hearing from Common Pleas Judge William K, Thomas. Then he could present his case to the grand jury secretly. If no continuance is granted, the prosecutor will make his presentation after the hearing, and expects to do so by tomorrow at the latest. A preliminary hearing determines whether sufficient evidence exists to hold a prisoner for grand jury action. However, in Ohio, a prosecutor may submit evidence without waiting for the preliminary hearing. As homicide detectives continued their investigation into the July 4 murder, quarterback Otto Graham of the Cleveland Browns professional football team appeared at police headquarters yesterday with his wife. The Grahams, friends of the Sheppards, said they knew little about the relationship existing between the osteopath and his wife. Homicide Capt. David E. Kerr said the questioning had been purely of a routine nature and was TAXES NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commission of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at, retail on the premises described as Walls Street, Blytheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted-of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 16th day of August, 1954, and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1955. J. W. WOODS, Applicant. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of Aug., 1954. SEAL ELIZABETH MASON, Notary Public, My Commission expires: 4-26-58. 8/16/54 Continued from Page 1 sick-leave pay, dependent children who earn more than $600, mothers or widowers who pay child-care expenses while they work, and many others. •2. It includes a host of benefits for corporations and other business firms, in effect providing a whole new climate for the national economy. It permits much faster deductions for wear and tear on new equipment and buildings, a special deduction on stockholders' income from dividends, more freedom to pile up surplus funds for future expansion, more liberal treatment of research expenses, more liberal provisions for deducting losses in bad years from profits in good years, and many other such items. 3. The entire tax code is streamlined and clarified. Tougher pen-. alties for evasion are included. 4. It plugs some 50 loopholes be- to have 'let some people duck their fair share of taxes. The measure also extends the present 52 per cent corporation income tax rate for one more year, to bring in an estimated $1.200,000,000. One change affects all individual taxpayers: April 15—instead of the traditional March 15—is set as the deadline for filing income tax returns. Most of the new benefits go into Gloria Grahame, Husband Leave On Honeymoon HOLLYWOOD (£>)— Actress Gloria Grahame, 27 and television producer Cy Howard, 38, leave today for a two-week honeymoon in Hawaii. They were married yesterday in a brief civil ceremony beside the swimming pool at Howard's home. Superior Judge Stanley Mosk officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Tyrone Power, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cantor, producer William Goetz and Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis were among the 100 guests who attended a reception following the wedding. No Comedy Here CLEVELAND (&)— A jagged, nine foot chunk of plaster fell from the ceiling of the Carter Theater here last night while a comedy short was being shown, injuring 10 persons. Demetrio Gonzales, 48. was hospitalized with severe head cuts. The other injured were treated at the hospital and released. done simply'because of the friendship between the two couples. Also questioned by police was Bay Village Mayor J. Spencer Houk, who was given two lie detector tests. Police said the tests backed up Houk's denial of a suggestion by Dr. Stephen Sheppard, the accused man's brother, that the mayor might have had a romantic interest in the murdered woman. REDS Continued from Page 1 of Indiana, announcing strategy Saturday, said the Senate bill would only hamper the government's antisubversive program without knocking out the Communist party. Halleck gave no details of the measure he said he would propose iu the House, but it was understood it would deprive the party of all legal rights, including the right to enter political candidates in campaigns. It would eliminate the Senate proposal to provide maximum penalties of 510,000 fine aud five years' imprisonment for convicted active party members. Cherry Entertains Friends from Home LITTLE ROCK LR—Gov. Francis Cherry yesterday entertained abou f 200 Jonesboro residents who came to pay "a friendly visit" to the governor. A 50-car caravan brought the visitors from the governor's home city. The visitors explained politics were not involved. It was "just a friendly visit," the guests and the governor explained. Meany to Speak in State LITTLE ROCK (fft ~~ George , Meany of Washington, D. C., president of the American Federation of Labor, wil deliver the keynote address at a statewide Labor Day gathering here Sept. 6. Wade H. McKnight, executive director of the Labor Day program, announced Meany's aacceptance. effect for the year which began last Jan. 1 and will show up in tax returns due next April 15. IITTLCPHES SAWDUST m YOCH HOME MAY MEAN PAINTING And RE - MODELING Interior and Exterior All kinds of floor work—Tile, Plastic Tile. Bathroom Tile GeneraJ Contracting Extra Rooms, Car Ports, Breezeways. For Estimates Call Decring, Mo 2511 or 4091 LANDRUM, GIBBS and REEVES Braggadocio, Mo. Forest Fires Blaze on 300 Acres in State By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Foresters and volunteer firefighters were battling 14 fires on 300 acres in Arkansas last night. Earlier yesterday the crews extinguished six fires, and State Forester Fred Lang said the forest fire situation in Arkansas was not as bad as it had been. Lang credited a lire-conscious public with an assist in holding down the number and size of Arkansas forest fires during this period of tinder-dry wooded areas. ''It just takes a couple of days of heavy burning and the people realize there is a forest fire danger/' Lang said. "Then they start being careful." Lang estimated that 350 Forestry Department workers and about 500 volunteers were fighting the blazes in Arkansas yesterday. Lillian Gish Returns To Hollywood for Film HOLLYWOOD (ff) — Eight years after her last film role and" 41 years after her first, Lillian Gish has returned to the film capital to co-star in a new motion picture. Charles Laughton, who will direct the film, and Shelley Winters, who will co-star with Miss Gish, met the veteran actress on her arrival from New York yesterday. She appeared in her first movie in 1913, -later attained fame for her part in "Birth of a Nation." EYE-CATCHER - Richard Peck sports an eye patch bearing the Marine insignia during a. reunion of the First Marine Division in New York. Peck lost his eye on Vegas Hill fighting in Korea. Heiress on Stage MOUNTAINHOME, Pa. (£>)—Gloria Vanderbilt Btokowski, 30. heiress and wife of conductor Leopold Stokowski, makes her stage debut tonight in the role of a fairy tale princess. Miss Vanderbilt will appear in Ference Molnar's "The Swan" on the stage of the Pocono Playhouse, where Margaret Truman made her formal stage bow last June 21. Gadget-Filled Auto Makes Non-Stop Run SAN DIEGO, Calif. (/P) — The gadget-equipped automobile of Elias Louie Mattar passed through his home town of San Diego yesterday on a 6,391-mile nonstop run from Anchorage, Alaska, to Mexico City. Mattar said he expects to reach the Mexican capital Aug. 19 on schedule. He left Anchorage Aug. 10. The car's tires can be changed without stopping by means of hydraulic jacks on wheels. Mattar, who owns a garage, has been adding gadgets—like a dashboard bar. electric refrigerator, kitchen sink and television—to the car since 1947. H,e has two substitute drivers with him. Former Resident To Hold Service At Church Here A service of Holy Communion will be conducted at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at 8 p.m. Wednesday by the Rev. John Stanley Gresley, former Blytheville resident who is assistant to the dean of Trinity Cathedral in Little Rock. This will be the first Communion service conducted at St. Stephen's since the Rev. W. J. Ktzhugh left July 5 to become rector of St. James' Episcopal Church in Magnolia. Recently ordained priest in Little Rock, the Rev. Mr. Gresley was ordained a deacon at St. Stephen's last June after his graduation from the University of South's School of Theology at Sewanee, Tenn. For two years prior to entering- the ministry, he was manager of Hotel Noble here. A reception for the Rev. and Mrs. Greasley will be given following the service by the night unit of the Woman's Auxiliary. MCCARTHY Super-human Effort Saves Son's Leg HARMONY, R. I. (£>)—William R. Backman Sr. weighs only 130 pounds but he lifted a t 3,300-pound auto off his young son's leg yesterday. Backman said he was backing his car out of a picnic area when he felt a bump. He got out of the car and saw one wheel resting on his 4- year-old son's leg. The son was pulled clear while Backman lifted the car. The leg was only bruised. Continued from Paft 1 McCarthy, who was given the right to cross-examine witnesses, said this "indicates complete lack of courage not to stand up and say under oath what he told the enate and it's an insult to the Senate to skip the country." A new report involving McCarthy, which may wind up as one of the documents before the Watkins committee, may be finished this week by the Senate Investigations subcommittee, which p r o b ed charges between McCarthy and ! Secretary of the Army Stevens 'and their aides. Subcommittee members said over the weekend they are likely to settle on a bipartisan finding that McCarthy condoned the use of alleged improper pressure by Roy M. Ccihn to get favored Army treatment for Pvt. G. David Schine. Cohn, now resigned, was the subcommittee's chief counsel dunijg the period in dispute and Schine was a staff member before being drafted. On the other hand, they said Stevens is expected to be criticized for a lack of firmness in dealing with McCarthy and Cohn. Guardsman Drowns Electrical & Plumbing Supplies For That Hard to Find Item — See Us. General Hardware And Appliance Co. 109 W. Main Phone 3-4585 JOHNSON GRASS KILLER 99% Pure Sodium ChJorate 700 Lb. Drum - 12 Webb Culvert Tile Co. Highway 61 at State Line Phone OSborae 3-8414 Paint Closeout •fan? Type* and C«l«n 2 Price Hubbard Hardware CAMP POLK, La M>>— An Arkan- ; sas National Guardsman drowned j here yesterday. He was Pvt. James Braden, 18, son of Mrs. Laura Braden of Prescott, Ark. Braden was with Company A of the 153rd Infantry Regiment of the Arkansas National Guard on ma- nuvers at Camp Polk. THE CHURCH OF CHRIST West 3lain St. One Block West of Highway 61 Invites You To Hear ^«/<pf D - ~ ,.,, Roy E. Gogdill Evangelist of Lufkin, Tex. TONIGHT 8 p. m» In One of His Series of Gospel Sermons Tonight's Subject "The Conversion of Saul" Vacation Bible School—Monday through Friday; 8:15— 10 A.M. NOTICE Effective Monday, Aug. 16, the Following Prices Will Be in Effect: Haircuts $1.00 Flattops $1.25 Shaves 75c Shampoo 75c OK Barber Shop Main Barber Shop Red Ball Barber Shop Imperial Barber Shop Hudson Barber Shop Safety First Barber Shop POWDER POST BEETLES SURETY.BONDED GUARANTEE FREE INSPECTION Call 3-8233 Jol BlytherilU's Only Exclusive Children's Shop 118 South Second Street Cooled interiors draw more customers... make employees more efficient! Packaged- AIR CONDITIONING • Quick and w«y initattatioti. • G.E.'i uniqut alMn-on* rtfrigtration tysUm ••off in taring*. • fiv«-y«ar G-E Piv»-Valv» Prol«tion Flan. • T»rrm fo twit yew budgtt. fsr Hit SUtVIT. GENERAL® ELECTRIC BILL'S REFRIGERATION 2337 Birch SERVICE Phone 3-6986 I Wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to' each and everyone who aided me in any way during my race for State representative. Although I lost the race I made many new friends over the County, which fact, in itself, is very Gratifying to me. Thanks again, from the bottom of my heart. H. H. (Buddy) HOWARD You Can't Beat Hubbard's 1-TON Air Conditioner Latest Model $*)flA°5 Save $700 /77 Hubbard & Son Furniture IRIS for SALE Many Fine Iris From Loyd Whittaker's Gardens of 200 Varieties. Half Catalogue Price Mrs. Russell Phillips Chickasawba at 10th Sts. HOT DCG/ DELICIOUSLY SEASONED WITH OUR CHILI AND CHOPPED ONIONS TAKE HOME SACK—6 FOR $1 KREAM KASTLE T" See Blytheville's Newest and Most Modern SERVICE STATION CONNY'S CONOCO SERVICE Corner Ash & Division — Blytheville Conoco Super Gas with TCP — Conoco Super Motor OH G.O. POETZOILCO. "/ Sell That Stuff 9 Phone 2-2089 Westbrook Irrigation Co, 225 N. First Phone 3-4101 Has Everything to Irrigate Anything The Ability to Engineer and Install Sprinkler or Flood Systtmt Tht Equipment and Trained Men to Maintain ESTIMATES WITHOUT OBLIGATION

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