The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1955 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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Horse Racing Case Advanced By Supreme Court LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Arkansas Supremo Court today advanced a case involving legality of the present Hot Springs horse racing franchise for an early decision. I And it scheduled a meeting to discuss procedure for handling Obituary Archie Huckaba Rites Are Held Commodity And Stock Markets- H«w York Cotton Oct . Deo . Mar . May . .... 3245 .... 3230 .... 3160 .... 3158 3^49 3230 3173 3175 3058 3042 2997 2998 New Orleans Cotton Oct Dec Mar May 3236 3232 3134 3170 3238 3234 3188 3179 3fH7 3043 3009 2993 ! suit over an effort to refer to pnp- I ular vote the exempt inn of poultry and livestock feed from the i state sales tax. i The count held it? second public session of the new term, but surprisingly did not hand down any opinions. The failure to announce anv decisions on a regular opion day . was unusual — perhaps imprece-j 3150] (j en ted except in an instance suchj 3 133 . as the death of a justice or thei 30(53 i like j 30551 -p- ne (.oni-fc made no announce- i men r - of the reason. This was in ! keeping with custom. However, several members of the court attended a legal seminar held at : PayetteviJle last week shortly after the court . re-opened for trie fallj 3124 3123 30fil 3059 ! BRAGGADOCIO — Scrvic-es for Archie Yeiser Huckaba. 67. of Bi u padocio, were conducted at 2 p.m Thursday from the Baptist Ctuu here. Rev. Raymond Jones. Carut!u j rs- ville, and Rev. A. D. Adkins, Bras- paciocio. officiated. Burial was m Little Prairie Cemetery at CaMUh- ersville with La Forge Funeral Home of tha eiy in charge. Mr. Huckaba was born Jan. 14. 188S. in Lawrc-nceburp, Term., and moved here at an early at;e. The World War One veteran died Tuesday night at Pemiscoi Memorial Hospital in Hayti. He had been ill for several months. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Ecklatui, Bakersvilk 1 , Calif., and Mrs. Nina Vickers. Caruthersville' two sons. Bruce, Crist-• Miss Jerry Armstrong, 19, will wood. Mo., and Arden. Bakersville; present Blyiheville Jaycees in th two sisters, Mrs. Vera White. Brae- f'ARK.T COUKTEH MONDAY, OCTOBER S, 1055 Luxora's FFA Launches Drive Luxora Future Fanners of America, seeking tis third consecutive iv. iid for the Northeast Arkansas '' District, launched the first phase oi I its drive to promote .safety at home and on the farm, Saturday, The chapter has divided into teams for the first phase which con- jsts of selling reflective scoich- 1 t-e tape for the rear end of trucks, rat's, trailers and other vehicles. Four one-foot strips are being sold for SI, The club also has metal strips with reflective tape for sale at the same price. The group's safety committee consists of Claudius Bonner, chairman. Thomas Palmer, and L. E. Stovall. A major safety project is planned lor every month during the school year. DIPLOMATS JAYCEE REPRESENTATIVE Holland Man 1 Pleads Guilty padocio. and Mrs. LMCilk 1 Hunu-r. Memphis, and four crandchitdren. _ ^ CARUTHERSVIIJ.E — Chester contest at the Arkansas -N'orrid of Holland pleaded guilty to Livestock Show at Little Rock tl'.:s common assault in Pemiscot. Coun- «TPk. Th,- daughter of Mr. sr.d ty Magistrate Court Thursday. Chk«go Dec . May . 205 304% 205 203 203 203'j, 203% Chic«9* Com Dec .... 132 • 132>4 1311/ 8 13Pi May .... 139% 1139% 138'/4 13B 3 i Chicago Soybeans Nov Jan Mch .. July .. 241 246 .. 247^8 .. 247 241^ 246 247'4 247 2361:. 241 !A 243 242 U 23812 242 244-V, 244 New York Stocks 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 . 170 . 76 1-4 . 68 1-4 I . 149 1-2 j . 95 3*8 | . 125 1-2 . 49 . 138 5-8 . 88 1-2 . 43 7-8 j term last Monday. | The court agreed to submission, out of regular order, of the racing franchise case on Oct. 10, a week from today. That means an opinion may be handed down as early as Oct. 17. P u 1 a s fc i Chancellor Guy E. Williams ruled that Oaklawn Jockey Club has n valid franchise toj hold horse races at Hot Springs. The club filed suit after the Arkansas Racing Commission, 01 advice of Atty. Gen. Tom Gentry had advertised for bids for a neu. franchise. Gentry appealed to the Supreme Court. He had declared the Oaklawn franchise illegal. The Supreme Court announced a pre-trial conference for this afternoon on the tax exemption case. At the conference, opposing lawyers will discuss possible procedures and other preliminary matters with the cnurt. The 1955 Legislature exempted poultry and livestock feed from SERIES Mrs. C. B. Stanley of North Litile Rot-k. she has lived here Pin"- 1 February and is employed at Blytheville Air Force Base. 37 j.o j t' ie state's two per cent sales tax. 48 7-8 47 7-8 Socony Vacuum 56 1-8 Studebaker 93-4 Standard of N J 130 Texas Corp 108 1-2 Sears lOfi 1-8 U S Steel 56 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. Wl—(USDA)—Hogs 14,500; lower than Friday; bulk mixed U. S. Is, 2s and 3s 200-260 Ib 15.75-85; mostly 15.75; about 200 head Is and 2s, largely Is, 200-215 Ib 16.00; 170-190 Ib 15.25-^; a few to 15.75; 150-170 Ib 14.25-15.25:..120-140 Ib 2.75-13.75; sows 400 Ib down 14.25-15.25; hetivirr sows 13.25-14.00; boars over 250 Ib 8.50-10.50; lighter weights to 11.50. Cattle 0,700; calves 1,300; active and steady; high choice mixed steers nnd heifers 23.00; good and A group led by Hope newspaper publisher Alex Washburn filed petitions to refer the new law to the 1955 general election. Acting on Gentry's advice. Secretary of State C. G. Hall ruled the petitions did not meet necessary legal requirements and were invalid. Washburn then asked the Supreme Court to order the act placed on the ballot. choice steers 19-00-22.50; few stocker nnd , feeder steers steady at 18.00 down; cows utility and commercial 10.50-13.00: canners nnd cutters 8.50-10.50: medium and yood stock cows rt.00-9.00; utility and rnmmiM'i'ifil bulls 11.50-13.50; wood heavy bulls 11.00-12.00; good iiiul choice vealers 19.00-23.00: individual head prime 24.00-26.00: good and choice slaughter calves io.00-19.ot). (Continued from Page 1) high chopper behind second base for an infield single. Don Zimmer butted for Snider and was called out on strikes. Campanella walked. There was no immediate announcement as to what happened to Snider but it was believed he had injured himself going after Skowron's fly in [he bottom of the third. Furillo drilled a ground single past the sprawling Rimito. scoring Reese, Campanella stopping at second. The Yankee bull pen got busy. Rizzuio took Hodges' grounder and threw to Martin forcing Furillo. as Campanella stopped at third. Robinson forced Hodges at second Rizzuto to Martin. One run, two hits, no errors, two left. YANKEES — Howard struck out. Ford grounded out Robinson to Hodges. Rizzuto grounded out Reese to Hodges. No runs, no hits, none left. Negro Deaths He was given a stay of execution of $25 fine and costs because of four days spent in the county jail. Court officials said Non-id paid a $35 fine at Cooter this week for the same charge. M. C. Williams Caruthersville Council \Meeting Is Tonight Services for M. C. Williams. 51. FIFTH INNING DODGERS — Amoros grounded to Skowron unassisted. Meyer grounded out Martin to Skowron. Gilliam hit line drive single to left. Reese out on nice play by McDougald on grounder. McDougald to Skowron. No runs, one hit. one left, YANKEES — Martin looped single to left. McDougald flied to Amoros in centerfield. Berra drilled a single into center. Martin slopping at second. Bauer forced Berra at second Robinson lo Zimmer, Martin advanced to third, Bauer safe at first on fielder's choice. Collins hitting fra Skowron Walked loading the buses. Cerv popped up to Reese. No runs, one hit, three left. CARUTHERSVILLE — Regular monthly meeting of City Council is who died Friday at Walls Hospital se t for 7:30 tonight at city hall. of a heart condition, will be held at Also scheduled for tonight is a 1 p.m. Wednesday at Enoch Chaprl regular meeting of the City Couii- Mcthodisi Church with Rev. I. C. cil at Hayti, Davis, pastor, officiating. Burial — will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Survivors include his wife, Mamie, and his mother, Suzie Bell, both o! ; (ConUniMd from Paga H Burgess and Donald Maclean wen 1 wert'ly starry-eyed idealists, "parlor pinks" at the worst, who had decided to tuke up their abode in Mother Russia to be near to the heart oi the peace-loving, democratic masses. Now that Burgess and Maclean stand revealed as spies and traitors, the British reaction is one of shock. It is like seeing a familiar face suddenly distorted, in a funhouse mirror, become ugly and menacing. "After all, Donald Maclean was one of us," a British society matron protests indignantly—by "us" meaning, of course, "the better classes.' Once having discovered treason in high places, Britons are now glancing nervously over their shoulders. The chap who borrows one's Daily Telegraph at the Carlton Club could easily be taken for Donald Maclean. And the other chap, the one in the bowler hat and pin-striped trousers who catches the 5:45 from the city every evening, bears a startling resemblance to to Burgess. What does he carry in his brief case? Top secret documents? , What the Hiss case did for America, "The Affair of the Missing Diplomats" Ls doing for Britain: giving the nation a bad case of the jitters. The parallels between Algier Hiss and Burgess and Maclean-are striking. Not- only do all three men come of good families, but they are pro- duets of the best universities, Hiss being a Harvard Law School grad, while Burgess and Maclean are both Cambridge men. • * 9 University opened up brilliant careers in foreign service for the trio, j Hiss climbing to the U. S. State De- Adoptive Study Group Is Discussed Coadjutor Named er. Chicago, a sister st«l.a Caruth-' ™™^^w.£££,"£ Ir- n- ers St. LOUIS; two brothers Shirley ; sas fp-^^^ as b ( sh > coad _ W, hams, Crne, Miss., and Arthur, jutor> & n from whlchPone d Williams. Menaid, HI. ; amornaclcaUy „ due to become bisf] _ The body will lie in state from 7 op of Arkansas. He will succeed the to 9 p.m. tomorrow at Caston Chap- j FU. Rev. R. Bland Mitchell when el- the latter retires as bishop. Pallbearers will be Hugh Cherry. __ Willie B. Moore, Ernest Caston, Jim Howard, Louis Stilwell and Will, LITTLE Ro K Su '• | annual Arkansas Livestock Show | got tinder way at Little Rock today partment via the post of secretary to Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, while Burgess and Maclean pursued the more orthodox course of British career diplomats. In 1940 Donald Maclean married an American beauty, dark-eyed Me- linla Marling, the daughter of a Chicago business executive. The domestic life of Donald and Melinda was similar to that of Alger and Priscilla Hiss: struggling to maintain a suburban home and to raise a family on 312,000 a year, debating whether to buy a new car or make ihe old one do, whether one can afford a night, out in London and how Lula Thomas Services for Lula Thomas will be conducted tomorrow at 11:30 a.m. I with first judging of livestock and j to pay the bill from Fortnum and ; poultry. A parade of horsemen i Mason's. through downtown Little Rock ' scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Burial will be in jVIt. Ztion Ceme- . CARUTHERSSVTLLE - Clara El- len rflcks . a senior has been elected She leaves her husband, Will P rfi sident of National Honor So- Thomas, BIytheville; .two daughters. i cie l- v . at Caruthersville High School. Vera Pinckney, Los Angeles, Oteria O'Rear, Yellow Springs. O.; one .step- Read Courier News Classified Ads M£ SNOW FLIES i Call Us TODAY For FREE ESTIMATE on installing natural gas in your home Other new officers are Jerry Fig- Sins, vice president: Martha Lauck, son. Luther Thomas, St. Louis: three' ?0 "' et ary: B "tion Clark, reporter, brothers. Tobe Rountree. Len Rountree. Sol Rountree, all of Halls. Tenn. three sisters. Annie Graham. Mary Vauyhns: Cleveland, O., Delia Carr. BlythevillP. Home Funeral Home is in charge In one important aspect Burgess and Maclean differed from Hiss: both were two-fisted drinkers. Maclean was fond of making scenes uhen in his cups, while Burgess combined brawling with "un-Brit- Ish talk" when drunk. 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Thanks for the fin* response to our Pony Contest 1 . We art happy to announce that Wayne Krech, age 4, of 2217 West Walnut, was the winner of the pony. R. D. Hughes Co. "Home Owned and Operated"' Mason Day -•- Walter Day Mrs. O. B. Moore, osceola, is+ lending n move to organise n study for mothers of adopted children in Mississippi County. Such a group's purpose would be the exchange of ideas to aid Hie. solution of many common problems in homes with adopted children. A few Osceola mothers of adopted children have discusser! the possibility of such a group in the past lew months. The group would be open to mothers who nre rearing adopted children now or who have done so in the past. It Is felt that mothers who have reared adopted children will be able to provide valuable pointers to women who are now rearing adopted children. Mothers of adopted children arc irged to phone Mrs. Moore at ps- ceola 631 if they are interested in the formation of such a group. 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