The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1956 · Page 12
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BLrnnrrLLi-<iHi*y ooCTtaat Officials Prepare Prosecution Of 10 Brinks Gunmen (Continued from Page 1) email truck. IB the trip of a few miles from fee Roxbury district, seven of the men donned Navy-type pea jackets, vlsored caps and foolish Hal Commodity And Stock York Cotton (12:M quotations) Mar 3451 3151 3114 34- May 3402 3404 3388 3390 Jul y 3293 3297 3273 3273 Oct .' 3119 3123 3101 3106 New Orleans Cotton Mar 3446 3450 3443 3443 May ' 3401 3402 3387 3391 July ' 3293 3296 3271 3274 Got 3123 3123 3104 3109 Chicago Wheat MM .... 211% 212 211% 211% May .... 208% 209 V, 208% 208% Chicago Corn Mar ....129% 130% 129% 129% May.... 133% 134 133& 133% Chicago Soybeans Jan. ... 242 - 243?4 242 243% 'Mar .... 245%- 246% 2453/« 246 May .... 248% 249% 248% 248% July .... 248 249 248 248% New York Stocks AT andT 181 1-8 Atner Tobacco El 1-8 Anaconda Copper ........ 70 3-4 Beth Steel' 159 1-4 Chrysler 83 1-8 Coca-Cola 126 1-2 Gen Electric •. 56 1-4 Gen Motors 441-2 Montgomery Ward 92 1-4 N Y Central 44 1-4 Int Harvester 37 1-4 Republic Steel 47 1-2 Radio . :.... 45 Standard of N J... 151 Texas Corp .- 123 1-2 Sears 34 7-8 U S Steel 56 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. M— (USDA)— Hogs 12.000; higher; most mixed tr. S. No 1, 2 and 3 180-230 Ib 11.25-12.00; several lots mostly No 1 and 2 around 200-225 Ib 12.10-25; load mostly No 1 12.35; about 70 head mostly No 1 around 200-220 Ib 12.50; mixed grades 230270 Ib 10.25-11.50; some mostly No '1 and 2 230 Ib up to 11.75 ;270-325 Ib mostly No 2 and 3 grades 9.5010.50; 140-170 Ib 10.50-11.25; sows 460 Ib down '-.75-9.25; -heavier sows g.00-50; boars over 250 Ib mostly 5.75-6.50; lighter weights to 7.50. Cattle 1,100, calves 400; all classes selling' readily at fully steady prices; few lots commercial »nd good steers 15.50-18.50; small lots utility and commercial light steers 13.00-15.00; utility and commercial grade cows 10.50-12.00; canners and cutters 8.00-10.00; utility and commercial bulls 13.0015.00; canner and cutter grades 10.00-12.00; good and choice veal- ers 22.00-28.00; odd prime to 32.00; commercial to low. good 15.0022.00; culls down to 12.00; ex- loween masks. All were armed with pistols. Had Keys On a flashlight signal from one of the gang on a nearby rooftop, the men entered the building and went through six locked doors with keys they had obtained while planning the job. They went up a flight of stairs, through a hallway and a long money-counting room and approached the locked mesh wire door of the caged vault room. Five male employes were busy handling the money collected that day. It was then 7 p.m. When the robbers pushed guns through the mesh door, the guards were so situated "that their own guns were out of reach on a wall rack. Also nut nf immpill''*" ™u-h was a buzzer that would have sounded a police alarm. The robbers forced the five em- ployes to lie face down on the floor, bound and gagged them and pushed money into what appeared to be large laundry sacks,. The guards said later that air the men wore either rubbers or crepe-soled shoes to muffle their footsteps and only the leader did any talking. Missed Payroll Hoover said that before fleeing wr<h the loot, the robbers tired to open a metal box containing -the huge General Electric Co. payroll but they brought no tools and were unsuccessful. No figure on the size of the payroll was given by the FBI. ' . He said the men unloaded their loot at the home of one of the participants in the Roxbury district. It was divided among the men several weeks later. During the long investigation, all the men named yesterday, except Faherty, had been questioned at one time or another by Investigators. Some of the men even went befcre a federal grand'jury investigating the Brink's robbery about four years ago, but.that jury failed to return any Indictments, John D. Allen, chairman of the Brink's board, said in Chicago, 'Thi Is a happy day for us." Brink's received, payment for all bus $1,000 of its loss on insurance poiicies held jointly by Commercial Union of New York and Lloyd's.of London.. Panama to Get Guided Missies BALBOA, C.Z. W)—Gen. Maxwell Taylor, IT(S. Army chief of staff, sa'ys antiaircraft artillery defenses in, the Panama Canal Zone undoubtedly will be replaced entirely by guided missiles. Taylor arrived here yesterday for a two-day meeting with the chiefs of U.S. military missions to IS La tin-American countries. Wave Trouble ITO, Japan (/P) — A 41-year-old farmer was arrested yesterday while trying to break into the resort hotel where Prime Minister Ichiro Hotoyama is vacationing. He told police the air was full or radio waves that were driving him crazy and he wanted the-Prime iMnister to do something about it. tremes to 10.00; good and choice slaughter calves sparingly 16.0018.00. Obituary Willie Huff Dies At Marked Tree Mr. WllUe Huff, X, died last night at Marked Tree at the home of his son. Born in Arkadelphia, he was .1 long-time resident of Blytheville having resided here 36 years until a year ago. Services will be conducted Sunday at 1 p.m. at Cobb Funeral Home. Rev. Clyde McCord, of the Baptist Church at Number Nine, will oficiate. Interment will be In Crittenden Cemetery, near Marion. Mr. Huff Is survived by five sons and two daughters. They are Robert, Wayne and Melvln, of Blytheville; Arnold, of Marked Tree; Billy, of Montgomery, Ala.; Mrs. Estle Tommy, of Montgomery; and Mrs. Jean Hapley, of Blytheville. Mrs. Lovelady Rites Tomorrow Services for Mrs. Lizzie Lovelady, who died Wednesday at Chickasawba Hospital, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Clear Lake Baptist Church. Rev. Harold Ray will be In charge of services. Burial will be in Dogwood Cemetery. Mrs. Lovelady was a pioneer resident of the Blytheville area. She was 73 and died as the result of a stroke. REYNOLDS (Continued from Page » company hopes the program will increase the use of aluminum products, but he hastened to add that a school district will not have to include any aluminum in its buildings to obtain help. Reynolds, said he first got the Idea'for the program because fear of racial integration tn Southern public schools apparently resulted in the defeat at the polls of proposed school construction bond Issues In Virginia and Alabama. "Education can't stop," he said: "We don't care who sits next to wlipm in a classroom. This isn't our Worry. Our only interest is providing the facilities for getting education in the heads of white and colored children." Both integrated and segregated schools will be eligible for the help, said Reynolds. Tha pljn it. designed primarily to help public schools, but it may be extended tn cover colleges and church-supported schools too. A member of the University of Virginia faculty, Dr. Robert Chan dler, will direct the program. Dr Chandler, a former Arkansan,. is the son of the Rev. .and Mrs. J. V. Ot.andler of. Greenwood, Ark. Wtsleyon Guilds To Be Honored Blythevillt Methodist churches Sunday will honor Wesleyan Service Guilds toe their work during the past year. January-has been chosen ai Guild month, when services of 148,000 women will be recognized. The Guild' Is an organization at employed women ol ,Uie Methodist church. A distinctive part of the Woman's Society ol Christian Service, its purpose Is to provide a channel through which employed women can achieve spiritual enrichment and Christian fellowship. Among missionary projects the Guild support* are recruiting of missionaries, deaconesses and other workers for home and foreign missions. Negro Deaths Don Pittman Dan Pittman, 76, died at his Blytheville home Tuesday. Service will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. Rev. N. C. Carter will preside at the rites at Jeremiah Spiritualist Temple here. Burial will be at Sandy Ridge Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Maggie; and three daughters, Willie May Andrews and Alberta Williams, of St. Louis, and Lena Sargent, Blytheville. Caston Funeral Rome is in charge of arrangements. Superstitious? We// Today Is Friday 13th CHICAGO (ff)—Person* who are superstitious probably are a little more cautious today—Friday the 13th. There will be two more. Fridays falling oh the 13th of the month in 19W—in April and July. Last year there was only one, in May, and only one In 1964, in August. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Bill Berkley, Pltf. vs. NO. 13,195 Juanita S. Berkley, Dft. The defendant, Juanita S. Berkley, is hereby warned'to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Bill Berkley. Dated this 29th day of December, 1955. SEAL GBEALDINE LISTON, Clerk. .By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. Elbert Johnson, Atty. 12/30-1/6-13-20 This Way...for the BEST PROTECTION You Can Have... 'FIRST/ NATIONAL BANK/ • SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX—protect your valuables and important papers. • CHECKING ACCOUNT—insures accurate receipts and permanent records. • SAVINGS ACCOUNTS—make certain you have the money you need for "rainy days." The First National Bank Blytheville, Arkansas . Only Nitimal Bank in Mississippi County — Member F.D.I.C. ICC (Continued from Page » get the Job "It things worked out." "There never was any promise of reward, and I have never had any Interest In any enterprise of Mr. Keeshin, directly or Indirectly, and there never was anything between us," Cross said. He said Keeshin had mentioned a desire to employ him about two years ago, in, connection with a plan to buy a bus line, but the plan "fell through" and there was no "carryover" ol the job offer as far as he knew. Keeshin had testified that he once did offer' Cross a job, and that Cross understood that If he ever wanted to quit his government post and get out of politics "I would always be able to sit down and work out something with him." He said it was a standing offer. FASTEST FISH Fastest game fish is the sallflsh. It has been clocked taking out 100 yards of line in three seconds, nearly 70 miles_Efir_hour. PROPOSED BUDGET OF EXPENDITURES TOGETHER WITH TAX LEVY FOR FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 1957, TO AND INCLUDING JUNE 36, 195* The Board of Directors of Wilson School District No. X of Mississippi County, Arkansas in compliance with-the requirements of Act 403 of 1951 and of Amendment 40 to the Constitution of the'State of Arkansas, have prepared, approved, and hereby make public the proposed budget of expenditures together with the tax as follows: General Control, (6,000i Instruction, $125,000; Operation of School Buildings, $28,000; Maintenance, of School Plant and Equipment, $7,000; Auxiliary Agencies (including transportation), $16,000; Fixed Charges, $5,000; Capital Outlay, »11,WO; Debt lervioe. ttt.000. , To provide for the foregoing proposed budget of expenditure! the Board of Directors proposes ». ux levy of 46 mills. This tax levy Includes the present continuing levy for the retirement of present Indebtedness. GIVEN thus 11* day of January, 1956. BOARD OF DIRECTORS, Wilson School. District No. IS of Miss. County, Arkansas. J. H. CRAIN, President. J. K. CRAIN, Secretary. 1/1J elude* UM present continuing levy for the retirement of present In- d»btodM«. Given this »th day of January, IW. BOARD OF DIRECTORS, Blytheville <School District No. 5 of Mississippi County, Arkansas. B. R. RAYS, President. A. HUFFMAN JR., Secretary. I/IS . PROPOSED BUDGET OF EXPENDITURES TOGETHER WITH TAX LEVY FOR FISCAL TEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 195T, TO AND INCLUDING JUNE M, W5» The Board of Directors of Blytheville School District No. 8, of Mississippi County, Arkansas in compliance with the-requirements of Act 403 of 1951 and of Amend- iment 40 to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, have prepared, approved, and hereby make public the proposed budget of expenditures together with the tax rate as follows: General Control $25,578; Instruction $448,000; Operation of Schi Buildings $80,583; Maintenance of School Plant and Equipment $28,951; Auxiliary Agencies (Including transportation) $15,884; Fixed Charges $10,400; Capital Outlay $7,500; .Debt Service $74,000. To provide for the foregoing proposed budget of expenditures the Board of Directors proposes a tax levy of 45 mills. This tax levy to- NOTICE PROPOSED BUDGET OF EXPENDITURES TOGETHER WITH TAX LEVY FOR FISCAL TEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 1957, TO AND'INCLUDING JUNE 3D, •1958 The Board of Directors of Shawnee School District No. 10 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, in compliance with the requirements of Act, 403 of 1»51and of Amendment No. 40 to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, has prepared, approved, and hereby makes public the -proposed budget of expenditures together with the tax rate, u follows: General Control HOOO.OO; Instruction 185,000.00; Operation of School Buildings 112,000.00; Maintenance of School Plant and Equip- ment »5,000.00; Auxiliary Ageuclea ( ' n c 1 u d 1 n g transportation) tie 000.00; Fixed Charges tJ.OOO.OO;, Debt Service *ie,300.00. To provldt for the foregoing proposed budget of expenditures, the Board of Directors proposes a tax levy of 50 mills, divided as follow*: ytVt mills are for the operation of the schools; 12!4 mills are a continuing tax voted for bonds now outstanding; and 10 mills will b» a continuing'building fund tax for. a proposed bond issue of $100,000, which will run approximately 29 years, to be Issued for the purpose of constructing and equlping : new buildings, and said building fund tax will constitute a continuing annual levy until the principal and interest of the proposed bonds are paid in full, with the provision that the surplus revenues from the, building fund millage can b« used for other school purposes. GIVEN this 10th day of Jan-: uary, 1956. ' BOARD OP DIRECTORS, > Shawnee School District No. 10 of Mississippi County, Arkansas.- A L. EDTLING, President. LESLIE E. SPECK, SB. ; Secretary. 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