The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1955 · Page 14
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BLTTHEYTLLf (ARK.) COURIER NEW! FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER •, 1W8 French Hoping To Settle Morocco Issue by Monday PARIS (AP) — French hopes mounted today that a Moroccan settlement would be reached before next Monday, in lime to avert further bloodshed in the violence-torn North African protectorate. Commodity And Stock Markets- H«w Y*rit Cotton Oct ........ 3356 3357 3350 3350 C« ........ 3353 3353 3348 3349 M»r ........ 3322 3325 3320 3320 May ........ 3324 3326 3321 3323 Ntw Cottwt Dot 3354 3356 3352 3352 Dec 3350 3352 3347 3347 Mar 3336 3337 3334 3j|-J5 Mar 3325 3325 3322 3322 Chkvg* S«yb*ont Sept .... 219V4 220% 219% 220-i Ncv .... 218 21814 217% 217'b Jan .... 220y. 220% 219% 219=4 NOT .... 220 220'/4 219'/ 4 219'i Cbkcg* Corn Sept .... 127% 128i/ 2 127 3 4 128 Dee .... 127% 128% 12714 127% Chk«9« Wheat Sept .... 195% 196'/« 195 195% Dec .... 199% 199% 198V4 198% New York Stockt A T and T ................. 177 Amer Tobacco ............. 75 Anaconda Copper ......... 80 Beth Steel ................ 160 Chrysler ................. 86 Coca-Cola ............... 137 Gen Electric .............. 53 Gen Motors ............... 129 Montgomery Ward ........ 85 N Y Central ............. . 47 Int Harvester ............. 39 Republic Steel ............ 51 Radio ............. ...... 48 Socony Vacuum .......... 61 Studebaker .............. 9 Standard of N J .......... 135 Texas Corp ............... 109 Sears .................... 100 U S Steel ................. 58 Officials of Premier Edgar Faure's government said an agreement was in sight and an announcement would be made "in a short time." A high French source at U.K. headquarters in New York told newsmen Sultan Mohammed Ben Moulay Arafa by Monday will name Si Bekkai, staunch supporter of former Sultan Mohammed Ben Youssef, to head a regency couiv cil for Morocco. Si Bekkai is the former pasha of Sefrou. Moulay Arafa, the source at the U.N. continued, will retire to the international zone of Tangier, leaving the council U> rule until France I and the Moroccans settle their two-year quarrel over the occupancy of the throne. The French exiled Ben Youssef to Madagascar in 1953 because of his nationalist sympathies, replacing him with Moulay Arafa. The action made the former Sultan's cause the chief rallying point for the nationalists. Under Faure's plan, Ben Youssef would be allowed to live in France until his future status is settled. Meanwhile, the regency council would form a government representing all Moroccan factions to negotiate for more home rule in the protectorate. Faure himself set Sept. 12 as the target for a settlement when he began negotiations with the nationalists last month .Subsequently a nationalist group in Casablanca, Morocco's biggest city, colled general strike for that date if Moulay Arafa was still on throne. Many in Morocco fear the strike, if it materializes, will touch off another blood bath similar to the uprising Aug. 20-21 In which 132 French and pro-French Moslems and more than 1,000 Moroccans were killed. Negotiators on all sides intensified their activities as the target date for the settlement approached. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. Ufi— (UEDA) — Hogs 8,600; active; steady to 26 higher; weights 170 Ib down and sows mostly at full advance; bulk of mixed U. S. Nos 1, 2 and 3 200-260 Ib 16.50-17.00; sizable lot mostly No. 3 around 320 Ib 15.60; 170-190 Ib 15.75-16.50; 150-170 Ib 14.75-16.00; 120-140 Ib 13.25-14.50; sows 400 Ib dowrj 14.2515.25; heavier sows 11.75-14.00; boars 8.50-12.00. Cattle 1,000; calves 600; cows firm; not enough good or choice cattle to Indicate definite price trend; bulls and v e a 1 e r s unchanged; utility and commercial cows 10.00-13.00; Gunners nnd cutters 7.50-10.00: utility and commercial bulls 12.00-14.00; light canner bulls as low as 10.00; heavy fat beef bulls 11.00-12.00; good and choice veaers 21.00 - 24.00; top prime vealers 27.00 sparingly; choice weighty killing calves 18.00 down. NEW LADIES STORE — Marilyn's Ladies' Shop opened its doors for the first time this week. Pictured above are the store's staff and those who acted as hostesses at the opening. The store, at 119 W. Main, is being operated by Mrs. Lloyd Florman and Mrs. B. Florman. (Courier News Photo). U.S. the More Coming From Little Rock Between 40 and 50 restaurant operators and food suppliers from the Little Rock area will stop in Blytheville Monday afternoon on a good will toiir of the state. The group, representing- the Arkansas Restaurant Association, will be on a pre-convention swing through the state. The 11th annual state convention will be held Sept. 22 and 23 at the Robinson Auditorium, Little Rock. The caravan, which will arrive in Blytheville Monday afternoon, will meet in the Chamber of Commerce offices at City Hall, Monday at 3 p.m. All local restaurant opera- Lors who would like to meet the touring group are invited to the Chamber of Commerce offices at that time. (Continued from Page 1) atomic war may be unnecessary. "Cuts Unjustified" "I think the cuts in our ground forces are unjustified and most dangerous at the present time," he said. "These cuts stem back to the basic fallacy of the doctrine of so-called 'massive retaliation. "The last thing in the world we want to see is massive retaliation by us or against us—in fact, if it ever comes to pass, it will probably be the last thing in the world we ever do see." Truman, who attempted once during his administration to cut the size of the Marine Corps, recalled the resultant furor while criticizing the present administration's attempt to do the same thing. He said: "The condition of our strength in the air is not the only cause for alarm. The Congress recently showed its concern when it voted— over administration opposition—to appropriate funds needed to avoid cuts in the Marine Corps. I hope very much that this money will be used for the purpose for which it was appropriated. "And if somebody wants to bring up the time I impounded some funds under somewhat similar circumstances, just remember what I told you in the beginning about learning some lessons the hard way." STRIKE Slight Mishap Told In a minor accident at 4:45 p.m.] yesterday on Main Street between! First and Second two cars were' damaged slightly when a car driven by Mrs. Helen McDonald, Dell, 'ivas backing from the curb und (Continued from Page 1) York strike. In Baltimore, stevedores returned to their jobs last night after taking the day off to discuss the New York port strike. Five thousand dockers were out yesterday in Philadelphia. From Albany, N.Y., came word that 200 longshoremen at the port there had decided not to join the strike. They stopped unloading a grain ship yesterday afternoon to attend a meeting. They reportedly did not return to work because i* was too late in the day. .scraped another car driven by William C. Stemac, Ruddle Road, Blytheville. There were no injuries and damage was limited to the fenders of both cars. How To Steer A Straight Financial Course Lei HAT-FIRST, our little character, show you how to progress financially. Hit advice — based upon our many years of banking experience — will show you the way to financial security. Watch for him. Your FIRST NATIONAL BANK wants to cooperate with you in every manner pos- i/b/e. When in need come in and discuss your requirements with us. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BlyHurilU, Arkansas Only National Bank !n Mississippi County Member F. D. T. C. City Department Heads to Attend Council Meetings CARUTHERSVILLE —As the result of an ordinance passed at this week's City Council meeting, the directors of various department within the City are supposed to attend all future Council meetings. Alderman Wyman Dillman said the department chiefs need to give the Council the idea that they have advance notice of things that will be bought because "more planning IE needed." Mayor Dyer Byrd said, "Some things can't be foreseen." The ordinance, which was unanimously passed, requires all department heads to furnish lists of things to be bought for the forthcoming month. Next regular Council meeting is set for Oct. 3. Self Protection CINCINNATI I/Pi—Fifteen-month- old Dorothy Hartman bit the nose of a collie dog. The dog bit right back. Dorothy was treated at St. Francis Hospital for bites on her right cheek and left ear. ADENAUER (Continued from Page 1) diplomatic, (2) commercial and (3) cultural relations between Wes Germany and the Soviets; (4) re unification of Germany, and (5 German war prisoners being held by the Russians. The Russian invitation last June for Adenauer to visit Moscow which startled the world mentioned only the establishment o relations. At Adenauer's insistence the Soviets agreed to talk abou reunification and the prisoners But they held out no hope of solution to either problem- German leaders still hoped the talks would lay the groundwork for a softening of Russian insistence that Germany can be united only if she is .committed to neutralit; between West and East. But Aden auer has assured the Western Big- Three he will agree to no German settlement which endangers hi government's close alliance with. them. KCRV Gets New Manager CARUTHERSVILLE — Ed Dyer has been promoted from salesman to manager of Radio Station KCRV here. Dyer replaces Wally Geiger, who resigned recently. SAVE 3c CENTS PER DOLLAR-AND-MORE EVERY DAY! Safeway's policy of keeping everyday grocery prices at least 3% below shelf prices at trading stamp stores means you can make cash savings every doy at Safeway. Remember, you get these savings in cash, not in troublesome stamps. And Safeway's weekly specials add further savings. This Ad Effective Saturday, Sept. 10th Double Duty Detergent Parade Suds - 29 C ! Roycl 3 Ib, Satin Tin Shortening Coldbrook Colored Margarine 2 b 37 C Dog Foods - 7 C Campbell's Tomato Soup T -1I C Kellogs (or n Flakes 2,':;, 31 c Cocoa H " h< " - 39 C DON'T FORGET Safeway will meet the lownt advertised price of every competitor—Item by Item—day by d»y in Blytheville. Quality considered. Obituary Lawler Services Are Conducted At- Carut-hersville CARUTHERSVILLE — Services for Dolphus Oalum Lawler were conducted at 2:30 Monday afternoon from Eastwood Memorial Methodist Church here witlrburial at Number Eight Cemetary near Cooler. Rev. Floyd Brower officiated. LaForge Funeral ' Home was in charge. Mr. Lawler, well-known Kinfolk's Ridge farmer died last Saturday after an illness of about three months. He was born Sept. 12, 1905, and was 49 years old. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Etta Lawler; two sons, Lonnie Lawler of Caruthersville, and C, B. Lawler of Ypsilanti, Mich., a daughter, Miss Mary Lawler of Caruthersville; three brothers, Edward Lawler of Cooter, B. J. Lawler of Steele, and Dink Lawler of Steele; four sisters, Mrs. Maudie Van Dyke, Mrs. Annie Talkington, Mrs. Ray Talkington, and Mrs. Ruby Nell Morris, all of Steele. Honor Student at UA Miss Laura Alice Hemby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hemby, Route 3, Blytheville, and a junior in the college of Agriculture and Home Economics at the University of Arkansas, was one of the* college's 12 honor students during the summer term. Miss Hemby, whose name was released by the office of Dean Lippert S. Ellis, is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, freshmen women's honorary scholastic fraternity. She received the 4-H freshman award. She was graduated from Blytheville High School in 1953. Careless, Reckless Driving Brings Guilty Pleas in SeMo Traffic Cases CARUTHERSVIUJ? — Careless and reckless driving were causes of two of the many pleas of guilty to traffic violations in Pemiscot County Magistrate Court Thursday, according to members of the Missouri Highway Patrol. Jessie Thomas Morris, 25, Caruthersville mechanic and farm laborer, was flned $10 and coste while Charles Ray Burden, 27, Dallas, Tex., truck driver, was flned 55 and costs. Morris made a left turn, without signaling, into a private drive here and a car approaching from the opposite direction smashed into the right side of Morris' 1947 Buick. causing $150 damage to the Morris car and 5150 damage to the other vehicle, according to Highway Patrol reports. It was discovered that Morris not only was guilty of careless and reckless driving, but had defective brakes, no driver's license and his automobile license had expired, a trooper said. Burden was found guilty of passing at an intersection, IVz miles south of Holland. His 1953 Pontlac went around a 1948 Chevrolet truck, which made a left turn causing a collision and damage to the truck and the car. The trooper pointed out that tin driver of the truck said he had j*!g- naled by a mechanical indicator, which is legal in Missouri. Your choice of *T\ 3 NEW n permanents by NUTRI-TONIC REGULAR • SUPER • GENTU waves gentler in little as 10 minutes because almost 1/3 is Oil Creme base (patented) COMPUTE WITH BOB-PINS J|5Q AND NECK CURIEK !...,,„, 6 OTHER NUTRI-TONIC REFILLS FOR USE WITH CONVENTIONAL CURLERS Woods Drug Store 221 W. 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