The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1950 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 30, 1950
Page 14
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PAOE FOURTEEN BLVTHKV1LL.B, {AKK.J UOUKilfiJi NKWS FKIDAY, JUNE M, 1»M New Premier Confident Of Being Confirmed By Carl Hariman PAWS, June 30 —W—Premier- [ iestgnate Henri Qucullle goes before the National Assembly today for confirmation o( Ms appointment. Ke It virtually sure to get It. Queullle needs 311 of a possible 821 ballots. He may well poll more lhati 405. Only the Communists are certain to vote against him. Debate that precedes Ire ballot is scheduled to start this afternoon. Queullle served as prime minister for 13 months up to last October when he was succeded by Georges Bidault. It was a post-war endurance record for the precario\is post. BMaull May Oet Tost He held the jobs of interior minister and vice premier in Bldault's cabinet which was forced out Saturday alter losing a confidence vote on a domestic wage-increase issue. Bidault may now take a key post in QueuilUVs cabinet. Since any cabinet must have majority to stay in power, Prance Is bound to have essentially the same type of government until new election shifts the balance in parliament. The basis for the present majority is Bldault's popular Republican Movement, a left-of-centcr Catholic Party. It can count on 150 votes in the National Assembly, the next largest group after the Communists' 188. Queuille's Radical Socialists (right of center) have some 50 votes The Socialists have about 100 votes. They swung with the majority on the main issues until las Saturday when they shifted side* and the government fell. Queuille's confirmation was vir tually assured Wednesday when th( Socialists' secrelary-general Gu> Mollet promised to vote for it. Queuille has a powerful weapon Ic ensure continued Socialist suppor —the threat of a new election. Un rier .the constitution he can no; order a nationwide vote for parlia ment any time he is defeated on a confidence vote. The Socialists are low in cam paign funds and want to wait untl 1951, the next regularly schedule: campaign year. Outside the majority are Com munlsts and Gaullists. The follower of - General Charles De Gaul! banded in the "rally of the Prenc [people" group has only a haudfi of deputies. The majority has no serious dls agreements on the basic forclg policy of supporting the Wes against the Soviets. The frequen crises In parliament are caused b domestic issues. Market Takes "urn for Better NEW YORK, June 30. MV—The ock market turned on Its heel this ornlng and shot ahead $1 to mote lan §3 a share. The advance was a starlling lange of direction. At the close csterday the market was headed ownward at top speed with selling rdeis flooding Into the exchange fast that, the high-speed ticker ns still behind at the final bell. This morning brokers started to o business with their books cram- icd with buying orders. The tape as late again but this time because ' the press of buying. Today's advance was the latest larp twist in one of the biggest arkcts since the roaring days ol 929 and the early 1930's. The net 'suit thus fnr has been n decline lis week In the paper value of all locks listed on the exchange of bout $1,000,000,000. Heavy demand this morning gcne- atcd further buying interest anc ncning gains were quickly extend- d. Livestock ?;ce Fate with Truman WASHINGTON, June 30. (/!>>—Fati. if legislation extending until July 1 051, federal controls on rice am ice products now rests with Pros dent Tnminn. The House passed the legislalioi •cstcrday and sent it to the Prcs dent. It previously had been pnssei by the Senate. The present control program started during the war, expires a midnight tonight. Thalcs, Greek philosopher ivh lived from G40 to 54C B.C., often identified as the "iirst electrician because of his observations of trie tional electricity and magnetism. tlium cows 18.50-21.00; canners an cutters 15.00-18.50; bulk anil vcalcr steady; medium and good bull- 22 '00-23.35; cutter and common bull 19.00-21.00; good and choice vea era 27.00-31.00; co'inmon and ined urn 20.CO-2U.OO. —Courier News Photo TOR SALVAGE ONLY—A Kimuel Trucking Co. tractor-trailor shown above after being hauled fvom a ditch south of Blylhfeville when its driver deliberately wrecked it rather than hit- two boys riding moLor.scooter on Highway 61. He escaped with minor injuries as the .ruck overturned in his effort to avoid the scooter. Drders Issued On Highways LITTLE ROCK, June 30. (AP) — Work orders have been Issues on wo Arkansas highway construction projects, for which contracts were let earlier this month. Jobs, contractors and costs: Five miles of blacktop of the Goshen-Hlndsville road in Washington and MadLson counties; McClinton Brothers, Fayelteville, J122,- 1. Two concrete bridges between Cave City and Evening Shade on Highway 11 in Sharp County; Reynolds and Williams, Little Rock, j »51,472. Typical Crisis Panic Among Britishers HONG KONG, June 30. (AP) — Tlie Associated office telephone jangled again and again. It is true?" asked an anxious voice. "No, no," an edlior replied automatically, the United States and Russia have not declared war. "No, no," came back the voice, "that's not what I mean. Is it true that the United States beat Britain in the world soccer cup?" "Yes," answered the Associated Press editor. "Why those cheeky Americans," came the reply. Truly. Hong Kong Britalns are upset over the outcome uf the soccer matches. The National Park Service ministers 1B1 outdoor areas. ad- NATIQNAL STOCKYAEfoS, II ,7uns 30. (AP)—<tJSDA)—HOB3 8,- flCO; active; barrows and gilts mostly .50 to .75 higher than Thursday's average; spots more on few lightweights; some weights over 270 Ibs only .25 higher; sows .25 to mostly .50 higher; bulk good and choice 180-2« Ibs 22.00-22.50; extreme top 32.75 for few,lots; 250-270 Ibs 21.2521.75; lew to 22.00; 270-300 Ibs 20.2521.25; 140-170 Ibs 1S.75-22.00; 100-130 Ibs 16.00-19.50; good and choice sows 400 IPS down 17.25-1850; good 410500 Ibs 16.00-17.25; heavier weights 15.00-16.00; few down to 14.50; stag.; 10.50-1250. Cattle 600; calves 700;.active and rtrong on odd lots medium and good butcher yearlings and heifers at: Z6.00-29.50; cows active and showing further strength in prices; few odd head good cows 24.00; majority 22.00-23.00; common and me- DO YOU OWN A HOME? HERE IS A SUMMER SPECIAL: Any ordinary house treated for termites - 50 We don't, have to practice or experiment on your job—we hiive had 12 years of experience- All our work is done according to regulalions. our work is- licensed by the Arkansas Stale Plant Board. FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATE—IF NEEDED SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. H. C. Blankenship 309 East Kentucky . .. ... L. ,T. Zcller I'hone 2350 or 3579 Prison Terms For 2 Frauds CHICAGO, June 30. (AP)— William (Old Doc) Estep, the "atom water" man, and his wife have been entenced to prison for fraud and mauthorizcii practice of medicine. Fifty-four year old Estep got three to five years and was lined ;2,000 yesterday by Judge Donald! x McKinlay^of Criminal court. A $2.000 tine also was assessed igninsl his wife Dora, 48. and she ;ot a one to two year sentence. A criminal court jury convicted them last Friday. Jurors heard that the couple treated patients with 'atom water". The two were charged with violating the state medical practices act, operating a conli- dence game, and conspiracy to obtain money under false pretenses Driver Wrecks Truck to Save 2 Teen-Agers Blylherllle mechanics loda termed a tractor-trailer as a "to tal loss" after ite driver overturned it into, a ditch rather than hit two- teen-age youths on a motorsccotcr south ol town Wednesday night. About 10:30 p.m., the two youths, Billy Joe Walters and Leon Williams, both of Itoute 2, were riding 4 a red motor scooter north on Highway 61 without a tail H;>ht, according to police reports, A Kimbel Trucking Co.' tractor- trailer also was approaching the city from the south when tbe driver, J. M. Herrington, of Memphis, said he was blinded by the lights of oncoming traffic near the city limits. "I didn't see the motorsco'jetr until I was too close to stop, 1 ' Herrington told officers, "and rather than run over the boys, I swer/ed to the left." The big truck overturned into (he west ditch of the highway witn the cab being demolished and the trailer also being totally mined. As the truck veered to the loft it sideswiped the motor scooter injuring both boys ilightly. They were taken to Walls Hospital where seven stitches reportedly were taken in Walter's hip. The Williams youth was injured slightly, officers said. Herrington, the truck driver, re Homed to Hospital Board MEMPHIS, Tenn., June 30. (AP) —Hugh Brinkley of Memphis and Hughes, Ark., has been named to the board of managers of Methodist Hospital here. Brinkley, owner of a plantation at Hughes, will succeed the late Leslie M. stratum, Sr., of Memphis. All officers o fthe board of trustees and the board of managers were re-elected yesterday. The trustees'tofficers include J. Frank Fogleman ol Marion, Ark., vice president. iiortedly vita shaken up and bruised in the crash. City Patrolmen Bert Ross snd Herman Lane investigated. The U.S. Pish and Wildlife service says deer do more damage than fire to forests in some state.?. WE BUY AND SELL USED & NEW FURNITURE PHONE 2112 IIOUSEY IN THE WELL— Captain Kidd, «, Palomino straw horse, broke through the weakcnd cover of a well in which water was 22-feet deep and six feet from ground level at Rcnton, Wash, with ropes and the aid of several neighbors the owner rescued horse which was ao» injured. (AP Wirepholo) WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESMAN To Sell Far ma 11 Tractors and International Trucks. A Good Deal for the Right Man F. BUTLER CO. OSCEOLA Mead's Presents A Hew Array of Cool Summer Trousers X ''" "^ \ Ui vTv W^|A ,-" n &\*+ \ NlS ^-..itm X \0 '•H^lu^' \ -'* \ WS'®* \\ ~^t& J>* HERE...,^11411'It THEKE.., ^'Ml^EVEUVM Wherever you travel, Wherever you roam, You're SURE to find 7 Crown- Your favorite "back home". town. BUSPa WHISKEY. 86.E P,co(.65« Grain Neulr.l Spirits. S eaB « m .Di S lill C( s Corp., Cr,r,sle, Bldj.. 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