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Intensity of Feeling Over Sen. M'Carthy BLTTHHTTLL1 (AM.) COtTRH* N1WI TOMB AY, AUGUST IT, 1954 Surprises Prober WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Watkins (R-Utah) said today he is so amazed at the "intensity of feeling" over Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis) he is going to quit reading newspaper editorials and his mail while he directs a study of censure charges against McCarthy. "I don't want to have any prejudice in this investigation," he wild. Watkins' decision to lower a curtain on opinion reports—including those on radio and television — came as Chairman Mundt (R-SD) called the Senate Investigations subcommittee together to begin work on its McCarthy-Army report. Sen. Jackson (D-Wash), a member, said the Mundt subcommittee may get down to some voting tomorrow on conclusions members reached from 36 days of hearings on the controversy between McCarthy and Secretary of the Army Stevens and their aides. Sen. Potter (R-Mich), another subcommittee member, was reported to have arrived at the conclusion that principals on both sides of the dispute were at fault. Hits Stevens The Chicago Tribune said Potter had given Mimdt a report saying Chou Wines, Dines Attlee Delegation LONDON (#) —• Communist Chinese Premier Chou En-lai told former British Prime Minister Clement Attlee and his delegation of Labor party leaders last night he believes their tour of Red China "will play a positive role in strengthening the Chinese-British friendship." Chou entertained the eight visiting Britons and 300 foreign diplomats and Chinese government officials at an elaborate banquet in Peiping punctuated by toasts and speeches at the beginning of each of the 10 courses. British correspondents accompanying the Laborite delegation reported Attlee recalled that his Labor government had first recognized the Chinese Communists as their country's effective governors. He declared: "Believing in freedom and democracy for ourselves, we seek that others should enjoy the right to order their lives in the way they think best." The profusion of . toasts was capped with Chou's proposal of the health of Queen Elizabeth n. Attlee responded by drinking to Bed China's chief of state, Mao Tzetung. Stevens showed a lack of capacity for administrative decision and was motivated by a desire to end an investigation of communism in the Army. McCarthy, it said, was pictured as having done nothing to stop alleged efforts by subcommittee counsel Roy M. Conn to get favored Army treatment for Pvt. G. David Schine, a former subcommittee aid. It said Conn was also criticized as was Army counselor John G. Adams. Potter, met by a reporter as the senator was hurrying into the closed door meeting of the Mundt subcommittee, had no comment on the story. Thomas Mclntyre, an aide to Potter, told a reporter the document "is nothing that Sen. Potter ever wrote, and I doubt that he even has read it through." Mclntyre described it as a "rough draft" which he personally had put together and submitted to Potter for criticism. Mclntyre said he also handed a copy of it to an aide to Sen. Dworshak (R- Idaho). "It is something that has no implied approval from anyone on the committee," Mclntyre said. "It is just some of my own work." buy from this new... fall and winter TEHRAN, Iran US) — A military court today indicted ex-Foreign Minister, Hossein Fatemi, former Premier . Mohammed Mossadegh's right-hand man, on charges he plotted to overthrow the Shah. Indicted on the same eight counts, with the pint-sized fire- bran'-, politician were All Shaye- gan, his closest political adviser, and Ahmad Razavi, former deputy speaker in the lower house of parliament (the Majils). No trial date was set. If found guilty the three face death by hanging. Mossadegh, however, was sentenced to three years in solitary confinement on similar charges. Vith the Courts CHANCERY: Mrs. Mattie Bunch vs. Mona Sue Williams Grissom, et al, suit to quiet title to land. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton (12: M «uot»««m») Oct 3410 3422 3408 3414 Dec 3440 3450 3440 344o Mch 3468 3483 3468 3476 May 3487 3498 3487 3494 Ntw Orleans Cotton Oct 3412 3419 3412 3413 Dec 3438 3448 3438 3443 Mch 3470 3481 3470 3475 May 3485 3499 3485 3492 Chicago Soybeans Sep ... 321 326 319 322 Nov ... 272& 274% 270% 272% Jan ... 274% 277% 273% 275% Mch ... 278 280% 276& 278 Chicago Wheat Sep ... 211% 213% 211% 213 Dec ... 215 J A 217 214% 218% Chicago Corn Sep ... 1643/s 165% Dec ... 1551/4 156 New York Stocks 164^/4 155ft 164% 155ft <Jt:U A T and T 173 1-4 Amer Tobacco 59 3-8 Anaconda Copper 39 3-4 Beth Steel 77 1-2 Chrysler 59 3-8 Coca-Cola 117 3-4 Gen. Electric 44 1-8 Gen Motors 81 3-8 N Y Central 22 5-8 Int Harvester 32 1-2 Sou Pac 47 3-8 Republic Steel 59 1-4 Radio . ..: 33 7-8 Socony Vacuum 45 3-4 Studebaker 19 3-4 Standard of N J 96 5-8 Texas Corp 74 3-4 U S Steel 54 3-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (#)—(TJSDA)—Hogs 8,000; trading active; barrows and gilts steady to 50 lower; sows spotted, fully steady to 25 or more higher; no change, -boars or stags; bulk 200240 Ib 23.25-35; occasional loads and lots choice No. 1 and 2 23.5060, top 23.60 for one load; bulk 250-270 Ib 22.50-23.00; heavier weights scarce; few 280-325 Ib 21 25-22.25; 180-190 Ib 22.50-23.00; 150-170 Ib 21,5-2.5; these lighter weights fully steady; sows 400 Ib down, mostly 18.00-20.25; load around 260 Ib 21.00; over 400 Ib 15.75-18.00; boars 10.00-16.00; good early clearance. Cattle 4,500, calves 1,800; opening 1 moderately active and fully Pteady on steers and butcher yearlings; load high choice medium weights 24.25; high good and choice c.ers largely 21.00-23.75; load good quality replacement steers 17.50; good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings largely 19.00-22.00; cows goner ally steady; utility and commercial 10.00-12.50; canners and cntters 8.00-10.00; bulls and veal- Obituary Rites Conducted For Mrs. Wright Services were conducted yesterday in Council Bluffs, la., for Mrs. Kelsey Wright, who died August 4. Mrs. Wright is survived by her husband, the nephew of Mrs. Lillie Sisk and George Wright of Blytheville, and two daughters, Elizabeth and Frances Wright. Portuguese In Control Of Goon Fort NEW DELHI, India Of) — Portuguese troops were reported in full possession today of Goa's Tiracol fortress after a show of force dislodged the band of pro-Indian demonstrators who occupied the bastion Sunday. Reports published in New Delhi newspapers made no mention of any casualties in the recapture df the fort yesterday but a report received in Bombay said one of the demonstrators was killed and another wounded. The band of Goan nationalists had occupied the fort on Goa's northern frontier early Sunday after eight Portuguese police garrisoning it fled. Capture of Tiracol wr ~ the nationalists' only success in their widely publicized "liberation march" which fizzled down to only a token invasion of the Portuguese-Indian territories claimed by India. FARM Continued from Page 1 had voted as a possible alternative to present supports and controls. 4. A two-year extension from Dec. 31 of the basic farm act under which supports and conservation payments are made. WASHINGTON UB—Contempt of Congress citations voted by the Senate against Corliss Lament, weathy New York leftist author, and two other men go to the Justice Department today for possible prosecution. L a m o n t, contending senators yielded to "pressure" by Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis), said he would take the case to the Supreme Court if necessary. ers unchanged; utility and commercial bulls 11.50-13.50; canner and cutter bulls 8.00-11.00; high choice and prime vealers 20.0021.00; good and choice vealer- 17.00-19.00; commercial and low good 13.00-16.00; culls 9.00-11.00. txciffngfy new, this big cofolog ostembles for you the mork*H of the world . . . all wider on* roof right here m ovr mail order jtore. Come in, see everything new for Fall »od check the low prfcej that hove made Sear* catalog fomovt the nation over. Save by bvyiog tfie eajy modern 0*»«*itop catalog way. come in or Phone 3-8131 Ovr tfoifv*d c«tolo0 expert* wtt Mlp y*t Ordtr exactly whot yow went at the price yov wont to My. Try mn new way to »hoo. SfARS CATALOG •>AIFS OFFICE 217 W* Main — Blythevilie What's Elbow Grease ? Your youngster might ask. Kids today don't hear so much about it... not since electricity. In just one lifetime, electricity has taken most of the elbow grease out of many tedious jobs—washing and ironing your clothes, cleaning your house, preparing and preserving your food. Electric service is at your finger tips all the time, ready to help with just about every household chore—for mere pennies a day. The men and women in your electric company are always working to make electricity even more useful for more jobs, They've made it just about the biggest bargain in your family budget. IfctfT FOft FREEDOM POWHt FOt PtOMCM Ark-Mo Power Co. LITTLt LIZ- Most folks don't go to a doctor when they get a cold—they go to the movies. •>**• Opposition To France Mounts mk33 ece rzzyyzyy xb825acs 17 LONDON (A — West Europe's capitals buzzed with furious government activity today as opposition mounted to French demands for amendment of the European army treaty. Belief grew that the six nations lined up for the projected European Defense Community (EDC) would not be able to work out a formula of acceptable changes when their foreign ministers meet in Burssels Thursday, Britain's ambassador to Paris, Sir Gladwyn Jebb, flew to London today for hurried conferences on the amendment proposals put forward earlier this week by French Premier Pierre Mendes-France. The scope of the revisions he demanded stunned the British government. In Bonn, West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer summoned his cabinet to an emergency session this afternoon. The prospect of further delay in the EDC treaty and its companion grant of near-sovereignty to West Germany posed a grave political crisis for the aged Adenauer, whose government already is under fire because of the scandal of Dr. Otto John's defection to the Communists. Another EDC nation, the Nether* lauds, already had voiced vigorous opposition to the French amendments. A statement yesterday from the Dutch foreign office said they aimed "at scooping out the supranational elements of the treaty" and "one cannot see how agreement can be reached in Brus- ej.s on this basis." Belgium's Premier Paul Henri S^aak called his cabinet to meet tomorrow to discuss the French aemands. Italy, the other EDC nation which with France has not rati- — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channtl 5, 4 WHiQ Chonnol 13 WMCT Channel 9 1^00 fueiday Night, Aug. IT «:00 Midwestern Hayrid* » : " 6:30 Arthur Murray 10:0 ° 7:00 Summer Playhouw 7:30 Top Plays or the 10:30 Year 11:00 S:00 Truth or 11:15 Consequence* 11:30 . 8:30 BIM Baker »:00 Mr. District 12:00 Attorney 12:15 »:30 New 8 12:30 9:45 Clete Roberts 1:00 10:00 To be announced 1:15 10:30 News 1:30 10:40 Weather 1:45 10:45 Adventure 11:00 Film Featur* 2:00 11:45 Sign ott 2:15 Wednesday, August 18 2:30 5:50 Meditation 3:00 6:00 Today 3:30 6:25 News 4:00 6:30 Today 4:15 6:55 News 4:30 7:00 Today 7:25 News ' 4:45 7:30 Today 5:00 7:55 New '5:15 8:00 Ding Dong School 5:25 8:30 A Time to Live 5:30 8:45 Three Steps to Heaven 5:45 TV On the Battleiront Home Show The Bob Smith Show Shopping at Horn* Story land Photoqulz Homemakeri Program News Farm New* Channel Five Club One Man's Family Golden Windows First Love Concerning Mi« Marlowe Hawkins Falls Bride & Groom Betty White Show Pinky Lee Show Howdy Doody Berl Olswanger Armchair Adventur* Noah Beery Adventures Hartoons Captain Video Interesting Person Weatherman World or Mr. Sweeney News Caravan 6:00 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:30 10:40 10:45 11.00 11:30 11:45 I Married Jo»a Superman TV Theatre This !• Your Life Cisco Kid .Favorite Story News Clete Robert* Sounds tage News Weatherman Adventure Big Picture Film Feature Sign Oil WHBQ Cft*nnel IS Tuesday Nifht, Auf. 6:00 Flash Gordon 6:30 Made in U.SA. 7:00 Meet Millie 7:30 Steel Theatre 8:30 Blue Angel 9:00 Danger 9:30 Danny Thorn** 10:00 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show Wednesday, August 6:00 Morning Show 7:55 News 8:00 Garry Moore 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Strike It Rich 11 10:00 Valiant Lady 10:15 Love of Lift 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Light 11:00 Kitchen Magle 11:25 News 11:30 Welcome Traveler 12:00 Joye Thompwn 12:15 Robert Q< Lewi* 12:30 House Party 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Lady of the Houie 1:45 Bob Crosby 2:00 Brighter Day 2:15 Secret Storm 2:30 On Your Account 3:00 Porita Face* Life 315 Early Show 4:30 Western Theatre 5:00 Mar s Patrol 5:30 News J 5:45 TV Top Tune* 600 Red Skelton 7:00 Strike It Rich 7:30 I've Got a Secret 8:00 Blue Ribbon Bout* 845 Do You Know Why 9:00 Sportsman's Club 9:15 Sports Tim* 9:30 TBA 1000 Weather 10:05 News 10:15 Late Show ATOMIC Continued from Page 1 patent sharing to start with and n reverting to the exclusive patent system, later. Another major section of the compromise would require that lied the treaty, was reported similarly upset. Sources in Rome said Mendes-France's demands probably would • sabotage Italian Premier Mario Scelba's plans tose- cure parliamentary approval of the army pact this fall. BARGAINS -For You- Irrigation Do you hrre water in a ditch or bayou while your crop wilts «vd dies In the field? Then You Need A Porta Pump Big capacity—1500 gallons per minute Tractor mounted—goes wneretei fou can take your tractor. Fool proof—we hare merer »e*» one that needed repairs. 7 inch pump complete ONLY $315.00 Let Your Tractor Save TheTrop It Made SNOW TRACTOR CO. 112 N. franklin Street Phone POpIar 3-8951 NIte Phone POpIar 2-2657 publicly owned utilities and cooperatives be given first preference as customers for surplus electric You Can't Beat Hubbard's 1-TON Air Conditioner Latest Model Save $700 Hubbard & Son Furniture IRIS for SALE Many Fine Iris From Loyd Whittaker's Garden* of 200 Varieties. Half Catalogue Price Mrs. Russell Phillips Chickasawba at 10th Sis. rompi DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. with Delivery to 7 p.m, WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main St. power produced by the AEC or any other federal agency. TWO FEEDER CALF SALES September 7th and 9th 500 HEAD Steers and Heifers Fresh From Farm Sorted and Graded Thursday, Sept. 9 Sale Begins 1:30 P.M. 1 Mil* North of Marianna, Ark., on Highway 1 Eastern Arkansas Livestock Assn. Two Sales Each Tear— 2nd Thursday in April— 2nd Thursday in September. For further Information contact Fred W. Harrod, Box 303, Marianna, Ark. 750 HEAD Heifers and Steers Fresh From the Farm Sorted and Graded Tuesday, Sept. 7 SALE BEGINS AT 1:30 P. M. OWEN BROS. SALES BARN 1 Mile West Texarkana, Ark., on Highway 67. For further Information, contact County Agricultural Agent, Texarkana, Ark. Studebaker is in High Gear Again! Studebaker and its Union working force team-up to assure dynamic expansion By a Vote of about 9 to 1 on Thursday, August 12, the members of Studebaker Local Local 5, UAW-CIO, agreed to co-operate in implementing the expansion program of the Studebaker management. Studebaker is now all set to compete successfully with the largest automobile com- panics, to offer values more outstanding than ever, and to continue to excel com-" petition in engineering, styling and economy. Only loyal, understanding workers and progressive management could havt achieved such a milestone in America's industrial history. Right now, there is a new spirit at Studebaker. Sleeves are rolled up. Studebaker is on the march. Studebaker is really rolling again! You and every other car owner will benefit from the 'lower prices you pay for the far- advanced Studebaker—-America'* moat highly regarded ear. Paul G. Hoffman Ch*lmML ef the Bet*i H. S. Van««

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