The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1954 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 19, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Commodity And Stock Markets- Ntw Y»rk CtftoM Oct Dec • Mch (11:11 3421 3421 3415 3417 3447 3447 3441 3446 3472 3472 3465 3469 3*89 34S1 3482 3488 Oct 3420 3420 3417 3420 Dec 3445 3446 3439 3446 \fcll 3474 3474 3464 3469 May 3492 3492 3481 34S8 Mendes-France Continued from Page 1 four nations—France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg— I two each. One member of the conference secretariat rounded out the group. Those who attended the talks were reluctant to comment as they j emerged. | It was reported, however, that i Mendes-France had assured the 'ministers his great aims are to | find some way to tie Germany to ! :he Western alliance, to permit the ] rearmament of Germany, to give 1 German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer help in his difficult internal political situation and to get a European organization started. New Lott /more Perjury Count Sought by U.S. WASHINGTON (*) — The govern- INDUSTRY Continued from Page 1 and professional people first, it will, in the end, have its effect upon agriculture," he said. The farmers of the area agreed with the reasoning voiced by Bra- and. in conjunction with Two Victims Offer Statements About Beatings by Teen-Agers CONGRESS Continued from Page 1 j men: will seek a new perjury ir> ! dictment against Owen Lattimore, ce -'' . , , . , controversial Far Eastern special townspeople already mdustry-con- list, U- S Attorney Leo R. Rover 5Cious on a community basis, go: ! announced today. I In December, 1952, a federal I grand jury indicted NEW YORK (*}—While Brooklyn Jaculouski told police his attack- h *ve been under intense _ pressure officials scanned a record of beat- {ers beat him, tied burning cotton 1 to vote the pay hike beiore they ings and killings by four teen-age | to his foot and finally left him j leave town. youths, two of their alleged vie- j after dousing him with gasoline The Senate also has numerous tims came forward with state- j and lighting it with a match. He minor bills it could act on, but ments yesterday. j has been a patient in the hospital most of these appeared certain to The routes tlTree of whom are! since Julv 21 - suffering from ef- go down the drain in the rush of THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1954 Steele Residents Assigned to FOA Post in Iran Lattimore, one-time Far Eastern affairs adviser to the State Department, on seven counts of perjury growing out of his sworn testimony before the Senate Internal Security subcommittee. Mch Soybeani 313 317^4 308 269% 272% 267 Vi 272 272 3 4 275% 270% 275& 274% 27824 273% 278 ClttCM* Wheat 8«pt ... 212% 213% 212V 4 213% Dec ... 216% 217y 4 215% 216% Chicago Corn Sept ... 164 164^4 163 3 i 163"s Dec ... 154% 154 153% 15334 Ntw York Stacks ()l:4i fttvtatfoMU A T find T 174 Missouri River Bill Is Passed WASHINGTON $> — The Senate last night passed a bill to authorize Missouri River basin states to enter into a compact for allocation of waters of the Missouri and its tributaries. The measure, which now goes to the House, would grant the consent of Congress 10 negotiation of the compact by Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri. Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming. together to actively promote the entire area as a site for industrial development, with the theory that a section can progress as well as a locality, and that what's good for one is good for all. « * » WHILE IT may seem paradoxical to some for farmers to aid now being held on a homicide j charge, were arrested Tuesday af- ' ter a passerby told police four youths were beating up a man in a Brooklyn park. In Greenpoint Hospital 62-year- old Felix Jaculouski heard of their j arrest and asked to talk to police, j ^ d f ^ g Jo h He later identified one or _the KnsrrVT . fin , b Hungarian immi- Two of those counts, including and abet businessmen in securing the key one—that he lied when he new industry — to take up the slack in the area's labor force. said he never was a Communist sympathizer or interests — later promoter of Red were thrown out on the ground that they were too vague. consequently providing attractive job opportunities for farm wage earners, the MDDC people have been able to convince farmers Rover said he will not appeal to! with an inclination :o listen to their the Supreme Court for reinstatement of those two counts, but instead will offer new evidence to a grand jury beginning Sept. 13. j Rover said the evidence will in- 0 ! elude "certain aspects" of Lattimore's sworn testimony before the committee in February, 1952, _ which were not included in the 1 original indictment.- Amer Tobacco 59 1-4; Anaconda Copper 40 1-8! /"» •l_ - l» C-l.*^l Beth Steel 77 rCOtnOllC jChOOl Chrysler 61 7-8 j ft -. Gen Electric 44 1-4| ReQ!$trQtlOn Set Gen Motors 82 > ^ Montgomery Ward- 74 1-8j Registration for Immaculate 3nt Harvester 32 5-8 j Conception Grade School will be Sou Pac 47 I conducted from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 Republic Steel 60 1*8 j £»m. Monday and Tuesday, it was Radio 33 j announced today by the Rev. Soccny. Vacuum 45 Amos Snderlin. Studebaker 191-8 Classes will begin Sept. 7 at Standard of N J 95 ]S:30 a.m., he said- Texas Corp 74 3-4, U S Steel 54 j 10.50-15.50: good clearance. ' "~ I Cattle 2.000, calves 300; opening Livestock i slow: a few sales of steers and NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, EL butcher yearlings steady; includ- UJ— OJSDA)—Hogs 5 r 500; barrows i^g good and low choice steers and gilts'active and strong, nu- j 21.50-22.00; small lots good and merous sales 10-15 higher ; others choice heifers and mixed yearlings 4 U. S. Divisions Based in Korea 1 To Be Withdrawn viewpoint that new industry will be to the eventual benefit of all . , . and the spirit of cooperativeness and consideration among fects of the beating and third decree bums. the weary lawmakers to quit. Yesterday the Senate completed station yesterday and told police a gang of four youths had beaten him on Aug. 4 and left him uncon- n a vacant lot. later ideni youths as one of two who attacked him last month while he slept on a park bench. Another man visited ^Uie police aqtion on a wh0 p pin g $1,659,000,000 catch-all money bill. It also passed and sent back to the House, somewhat amended, one of the antlsubversive bills asked by Eisenhower. It would strip U.S. nationality from citizens convicted of advocating the overthrow of the government by force and violence. A third victim who fell into the jKostryn, 60, a Hungarian immigrant basket-weaver who lives in a Manhattan rooming house. It jwas his beating that led to the youths' arrest. y this week has been de- j Kostryn also told police he had j signec to assure equal distribution i been brutally attacked two weeks j sure ' of cost over the large area, at the j earlier but had not reported it, same time drawing wider partici- j fearing reprisal. That time, ne pation and avoiding uneven financial burdens on individual iocali- groups evidenced by the farmers ; pis The entire program has been said, there were just two youths, one of whom he identified. Police said the youths told of preying on strollers and vagrants and businessmen alike in working ] TO possible delays and extended out the purposes to their mutual: work necessary to achieve the de- characteristic of j sired results — a willingness to I wsit sometimes hard to reconcile with the go-getting attitude of an understanding eye I *& Brooklyn parks and lashing girls with a horse whip. fully steady; active trading on 180 Ib down, some of which 25 higher; 19.00-22.00: utility and commercial cows slow, weak to- 50 lower: can- 8.00- and sows steady to 25 higher; boars jners and cutters opening steady: steady; bulk 200-250 ~ib 23.50-60: utility and commercial cows 10.00- several loads choice No. 1 and 2 23.65-75; not enough hogs over 250 Ibs to establish market; increased percentages' 180-200 Ib weights, these mostly 23.00-50; 150-170 Ib 21.50-22.50; load light sows 21.00; other sows 400 Ib down 19.00-20.50; heavier sows 16.75-18.50; boars 12.00; canners and cutters IO.M: bulls steady: utility commercial 12.50-13.50; few 14.00; canner and cutter bulls 9.00-12.00: vealers and calves steady; high choice and prime 20.00-21.00; good and choice 16.00-19.00: commercial and low good vealers 13.00-16.00. WASHINGTON G?r— The United States will pull two thirds of its grouse strength out of Korea in the next- fe~ months in carrying out a nev military strategy to mount a flexible defense against Commun- isi China and at the same time build, a central strategic reserve at horns. In ihe largest peacetime redeployment of American forces, an nounced yesterday, four, full divisions will be withdrawn from Korea. Two divisions and smaller units, will return to the United States, and Okinawa and Hawaii will be snren£iaened bv one division each. 75 Drown Off Korea SEOUL (J?) — Fifteen persons drowned off Inchon when a Korean fishing vessel sank in stormy seas, national police reported today. Only three fishermen of the 18 aboard were rescued, police said. benefit has been the MDDC. The purposes of the organization, stated in the words of its own founders, is "to advertise, promote and advance the commercial. industrial, agricultural, educational, civic interests and resources by acquiring, preserving and distributing correlative statistics and information representing this area, so it would be considered in all local, state and national decisions — in particular to make industries of the U. S. aware that their potentials could become greater through activity established in this, your seven-county area." » » • THE GROUP was formally set up with a board of directors at the top of the organizational layout, followed by an executive committee, which consists of representatives of each county, a president, first and second vice presidents, secretary and treasurer, coordinating committee, and large number of specific committees to handle various phases of the MDDC program. Plans have been made to hire an executive vice president with an industrial engineering-public relations background, who will act as full-time director of the MDDC program. A budget of $25,000 has been set for the first year of operation of the program, and an extensive solicitation plan getting un- S/ce/fon Injured HOLLYWOOD (J?}— A breakaway The House, meanwhile, sent to j e President by voice vote a mea- re to broaden the unemployment compensation program to include another four million workers, mostly federal employes and workers in small firms now exempt. The act would take effect Dec. 31, 1955. during a rehearsal for his OBS tele- j vision show half an hour beiore! the program was due to go on thej air for the Eastern audience, the" network reported. Tne Foreign Operations Administration of the United States Government today listed Ralph E. Jones of Steele, Mo., as one of five men and women assigned to posts in Iran in the American technical cooperation program. Mr. Jones was born In Okolona, Ark. He attended Southeast Missouri State College in Cape Oi- rardeau and the University of Missouri at Columbia, where he received a bachelor of science degree in agriculture. He served in the U. S. Air Force during World War H, receiving six Bronze Stars for participating in campaigns of the European Theater. He was released with the rank of sergeant. For the past six years, he ha* been a teacher of vocational agriculture in Steele. : these men. but an attitude that • door that didn't break laid come- i Skelton suffered a brain concus- i can be expected to pay dividends, j dian Red Skelton low yesterday sion and a severe neck sprain. U. S. Says Chinese Holding 15 Yanks WASHINGTON (£>)—The United States today formally charged the Chinese Communists are holding 15 American airmen as "political orisoners." 406 W. Main Phone 3-4591 FURNITURE ITEMS Reg. 229.95 3-pc Bedroom Suit— 3 piece Waterfall Bedroom suite ................. 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