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FAGf FOURTH* BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) V COURIER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER K>» More A-Weapons Than a Year Ago, Strauss Reveals WASHINGTON (AP) — Chairman Lewis L. Strauss of the Atomic Energy Commission says the United States has many more atomic weapons in its arsenal than it did a year ago. Strause was tight lipped yester day when reporters sought to fine. out about U.S. and Russian progress in the atomic arms race. The AEC chief told a news conference this country has "more weapons, by a wide margin, than we had a year ago" and he said the production rate is mounting rapidly. But when asked whether the United States has any new weapons, Strauss would only recall that he had said a spring series of weapons tests in the mid-Pacific "were very fruitful." A newsman asked if there had been any new Soviet atomic blasts since the United States announced detection of a Russian test about a year ago. After some thought, Strauss replied: "That is a field where I ought not to answer." He cautioned newsmen not to "draw any inferences" from, his reply. "Continuing Tests" The AEC chairman said that "in all likelihood there will be continuing tests of new weapons" at Commodity And Stock Markets— N«w York Cotton (12:30 quotations) Oct ........ 3441 3443 3438 3443 Dec ........ 3481 3483 §476 3478 Mch 3519 3520 3513 3515 May 3542 3544 3536 3538 New Orleans Cotton Oct 3445 3445 3441 3441 Dec 3434 3484 3478 3480 Mch 3524 3524 3516 3517 May 3545-3545 3537 3541 Chicago Soybeans Sept ... 304% 3081/2 303% 305 Nov ... 274% 275^ 272J/, 275 Jan ... 277% 278y 2 275% 278% Mch ... 280% 281% 278% 281% the Marshall Islands proving grounds. Other sources have reported a new test series is in the works for next spring. Strauss also said he knows of no plan to move the testing area from where a mighty hydrogen bomb was detonated last March, setting loose a radioactive cloud which drifted beyond the warning area. Some Japanese fishermen 80 miles from the blast were stricken by radiation sickness and some Marshall Islands natives also suffered, but less severely. This led to demands from some Japanese that the tests be halted or the test location moved. Strauss' news conference ranged into the field of peaceful atomic energy uses and the AEC chairman said he expects conferences to open soon on creation of an international agency along lines suggested by President Eisenhower. Strauss said, too, he hopes for an international conference of scientists on nonmilitary use of atomic energy "not long after the first of the year. Power Pact to Be Signed On other matters, Strauss said: 1. A controversial contract with a private combine, the Dixon-Yates group, to furnish power to the Tennessee Valley Authority area probably will be signed within two weeks. Eisenhower's directive to the AEC to negotiate that contract with the Dixon-Yates group kicked up a furor in the closing days of he congressional session. Demo- ;ratic National Chairman Stephen A.. Mitchell has kept the issue alive by claiming- the Dixon-Yates group •ot preferential treatment. 2. Despite reports that atomic scientists were aroused over the 's decision to bar Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer from access to •overnment atomic secrets, itrauss found the turnover of per- onnel at big AEC laboratories to ie normal and the recruiting of new scientific talent satisfactory. Obituary I f Pfc. Gene Tucker Rites for Soldier Killed in England To Be Sunday Services for Pfc. Gene Tucker, 21, son of Mrs. Grace Tucker of Dell, will be conducted Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. at Dell Baptist Church. A graveside military service will be conducted at Elmwood Cemetery with Howard Funeral Home in charge of the burial. Entering the Army in June, 1953, Pfc.' Tucker went overseas last November. He died of injuries received in an automobile-motorcycle accident Aug. 28 while stationed in England. He is survived by his mother; three brothers, Joe Bill Tucker of Manila, Tony Tucker of Blytheville; and Melvin Tucker of Flint, Mich.; two sisters, Mrs. Opal Howeli of Etowah and Mrs. Ann Arnold of Osceola. Father of Luxor a Woman Succumbs Word has been received of the death of T. S. Thomas, 80, yesterday afternoon at his home in Mt. Sterling, Ky. He was the father of Mrs. J. L. Flannagan of Luxora. Services wHl be conducted in the Members of the Mississipp County Baptist Association wil observe "Victory Day" in connec tion with their Sunday School en rollment drive when they meet a the First Baptist Church in Osce ola at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The 38 Baptist Churches and four missions will be representec at this associational . meeting which will be open to the public. 15 Dr. A. V. Washburn of Nash ville, Term., superintendent o teacher training for the Baptis Sunday School Board, will presen. the Sunday School program for the coming year and will speak o "Let Us Go On." New CAP Cadet Courses Planned A new curriculum was formulated for Civil Air Patrol Cadets last night at a meeting of the Blytheville unit of the CAP in the Pine Room at Dixie Pig. New classes were added to the cadet program to provide a more fully rounded course, it was reported. Under the leadership of the commanding officer, Maj. Percy Wright, the contingent discussed the problem of whether or not the CAP will be allowed to continue to use the air base as a training site after reactivation takes place. Action was begun for the enrollment of new members for the coming year. Carmago Church of Christ Saturday. In addition to Mrs. Flannagan, six other children, his wife and 14 grandchildren survive. Blytheville Woman's Son-ln-Law Dies Services were conducted in Mounds, III. Methodist Church Wednesday for Mayor J, B. Janes, husband of a Blytheville woman's daughter. Mrs. Janes is the daughter of Mrs. Allie Hughes of Blytheville and the sister of Mrs. W. M. LaFerney, also of Blytheville. Mr. Janes, who had been mayor of Mounds for 16 years, died Monday following a heart attack. He was 75. OontkMMd from P»t« l school. Integration Upheld Segregation was ended in manj West Virginia counties soon alte. the U.S. Supreme Court held tha public school segregation is uncon stitutional. In Washington, a move to hold up racial integration in the Dis trict of Columbia's public schools was blocked by U.S. District Judg. Henry A. Schweinhaut He denies a plea- submitted by the Federa tion of Citizens' Assn., an all-white group which had called for an order restraining the registration of students for unsegregated class es. Georgia's new governor-desig nate, a protege of Gov. Herman Talmadge, declared Thursday, he will campaign for passage of the Talmadge - sponsored "private school" amendment, similar to Mississippi's measure. Lt. Gov. Marvin Griffin, nominated Wednesday in a Landslide, said he will plug for the amendment as "insurance" to help preserve school segregation.' Behind the plan is a proposal to convert public schools to "private" schools i necessary to maintain segregation. . The superintendent of Little Rock, Ark., told a group of Ne;roes Thursday that "honest studies" of integration will be corn- Dieted in 30 to 60 days. Virgil T. Blossom said he will be glad to talk to Negro leaders about the school system's plans after the studies are finished. The .ittle Rock School Board earlier had been asked by Negroes not to ollow a "wait and see" policy of integration but to go ahead and •nap plans to end segregation immediately. : lagpolc Stander Claims Record DETROIT GSB — Dixie Blandy, a 51 - year - old professional flagpole stander, slid down from his perch above the Michigan State Fair yesterday, his ankles swolen twice their regular size, and proudly announced he had broken a record. He claimed the 237 hours and 35 minutes he stood on top the pole •was a new world's record, breaking his old one of 192 hours set in Milwaukee in 1952. He was paid 51,000 for his efforts and departed for a hospital to get treatment for his ankles Chicago Wheat Sept ... 216% 217y 2 216% 217 Dec ... 221 221% 220 1 /2 221% Chicago Corn Sept ... 165 165% 1647 8 165% Dec ... 156% 1571/4 156% 156% New York Stocks (12:45 quotations) A T and T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler . ..-. Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum Studebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears U S -Steel Sou Pac 170 3-8 60 1-2 j 40 3-4 76 1-4 65 114 1-2 43 1-2 80 3-4 72 20 7-8 31 7-8 63 3-4 32 3-4 46 1-2 17 1-4 95 1-4 74 5-8 70 54 5-8 45 1-8 | Today, Sat. & Mon. *V tt *^ - Now in Full Swing Special Purchase By Us Enables You to Save $ Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. (5>—(TJSDA)—Hogs 8,000; active, barrows and gilts 180 Ib. up 25.or more higher than yesterday's average; many sales 50 above yesterday's low; lighter weights and sows 25-50 up; choice 200-260 Ib. 19.75 to mostly 20.00; several hundred head mostly choice No. 1 and 2 20.10-25; 170-190 Ib. 19.25-85, mostly 19.50 'up; 150-170 Ib .18.25-19.50; few 120-140 Ib. 16.75-18.00; sows 400 Ib. down 7.25-8.75; few 9.00; heavier sows 14.75-16.75; boars 10.50-15.50. Cattle 1,000; calves 600; trading slow; a few good and choice lots 22.00-23.00; little done of offerings below good; cows finding slow movement under pressure; prices around 50 lower; utility and commercial 9.00-11.50; canners and cutters 6.00-9.00; light shells to 5.00 or less; bulls unchanged; utility _ and commercial 12.00-13.50; can- I ners and cutters 8.00-11.50; few' heavy fat bulls 10.50-11.00; veal- ers steady; high choice and prime scarce 21.00-22.00; good and choice 16.00-20.00; commercial and good 13.00-16.00; slaughter calves finding restricted demand; virtually nothing done early with bids again sharply lower. Asphalt Tile 10 c Per Sq. Ft. 6r Up Vinyl ASBESTOS 24 Negro Parsonage To Be Dedicated Rev. W. R. Wilkes, bishop of the 12th Episcopal District of the AME Church, will deliver the dedication sermon at the Enoch Chapel AME Church here at 2 p.m. Sunday when a new parsonage is dedicated. The church also will be rededicated and a service for the consecration of deaconesses will be held, according to Rev. C. Frank lln, pastor. c Per Sq. Ft. & up Plastic Tile EXCLUSIVE SCATTER RUGS Lovely tufted cut pile & loop cotton throw rugs that beautify any setting. 8 beautiful decorators colors. Heavy rubber-coated back. 18"x30" $1.19 ea. 24"x36" $1.75ea. 27"x50" $2.99 ea. 4'x6' $6,99ea. 9'xl2' $27.50 ea. 30 c Per Sq. Ft. & up Rubber Tile 45 c Per Sq. Ft. & up Frustrated Auto SPRINGFIELD, Ohio OR — Mrs. Richard Teasley, 79, was behind the wheel, one foot on the accelerator; her husband, 73, had a foot jammed equally as firm on the brake pedal when their car crMbtd into a vacant nous* here jrwUrday. He told police h« was tochlng his wife to driv«. Linoleum Tile 25 € Per Sq. Ft. & up Don't Have Cash? - Use Our Easy Lay-AWay Plan! Broadloom, Cotton, Rayon or Nylon CARPETS $75 TO All Types Trim Plastic Wall Tile — Install it Yourself 30 C Sq. Ft. & up LEADING BRANDS LINOLEUM We Show You How To Install It Yourself! INLAID LINOLEUM '« Y « 9 X12 LINOLEUM RUGS S 4 45 T 5 T 5 II 95 (Some Of these Rugs ean-y up to a 10 year Guarantee-all new stock & very latest patterns) LINOLEUM YARD GOODS 9 ft Wide 550'," £ LINOLEUM YARD GOODS 12 ft w : de I 10 ^ 54" Wail Covering c Lin. Counter Topping 36 C £ 27"&36" Width! As Low As All Metal Trim and Accessories at Tremendous Savings Don't Miss This Big Sale! 2 More Days-Saturday & Monday, September 11 & 13 Store Hours: 7:30 A. M. to 9=30 P. M. Saturday 7:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. Monday. 107 E. Ma in Blytheville, Ark. Phone Po 3-8650 COMING—The TV screen of 1964 will be thin and light enough to hang on a wall or mounted in a table model as shown above. Engineers at General Electric in Syracuse, N. Y., are experimenting with. miniature electronic components. Dr. L. T. Vore is shown with the TV set of the future. y Dead Man'Comes To Life on Way To Mortuary LONG BEACH, Calif. Lfl—"They said I was dead," Harry Apperson Jones, 67, grinned, "but you can't prove it by me." Jones was recovering in Veterans Hospital today. Nine days ago he was pronounced dead, only to come to life again in a hearse en route to a mortuary. Jones blacked out in the garage of his San Gabriel home — "that's all I remember really." An inhalator squad failed to revive him and a doctor said he was dead. But when the hearse attendants saw the blanket over Jones moving, they changed their course for an emergency hospital. Oxygen pulled him through although he was in a coma for two days. ' Jones, a disabled veteran, is president-elect of the Los Angeles chapter of the Rainbow Division. He figures he'll be around for his installation now. 220,000 Doctors in U.S. CHICAGO tift—There are 220,000 physicians in the United States, a record rate of one for every 730 persons, says the American Medical Assn. The record was made possible, the AMA said, by the graduation this year of 6,861 new doctors. This proportion of physi- Husbands Do Housework For 'Career Wives/ Professor Claims ROME (ft — A University of Chicago professor says American husbands help with so much of the housework these days that the only tasks now left solely to the wife are "child bearing and sewing." Describing the progression toward a "woman's world" in the United States. Prof. Nelson M. Foote, director of the university's Family Service Center, told the U. N .Population Coo- ference here yesterday: ' 'Diaper - changing, dishwash • ing, cooking, cleaning, laundering, shopping, all tend to become .duties shared with the wife, especially when she works outside." And he said that 27 per cent of all American wives do work away from home. "If sewing were not in severe decline generally in American homes," Foote added, "husbands might have invaded this province." Forfeits Speeding Bond Harold Doyle forfeited $19.75 bond on a charge of speeding in Municipal Court this morning. ians to inhabitants is exceeded only by Israel, which has a large number of refugee doctors. Exclusively at Mead's the NEWEST in leather Truly .the softest leather ever tanned—a calfskin that retains all the plumpness and rich graining of the natural skin. Another Florsheim "exclusive" for Fall. *IJ it isn't Florsheim, it isn't genuine Walnut Calf. BHS Football Schedules Now Available at Mtad's

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