The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1955 · Page 16
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BLJTJ1KVTLLB (ARK.T COOTIES JOBWi MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, Ike Resigned to Long Period of Recovery The next week, the fifth since his illness, he can step mound his room a bit. Walking slowly will start the sixth week, by the end of Oc . which it is hoi)crt he will lie able' to walk to his phuie. (ConWnued from Page 1) bower. His conference with Dulles, in which they will go over the agenda for the foreign ministers meeting in Geneva starting Oct. 27, will be limited to 15 minutes, but the President "is going to be allowed to express his opinions." "I think It is going to be very helpful for the President." White said. "We feel quite sure-and| President lasted ID minutes. The Dr. White made this a live" schedule, uncling thflt "even another week might be helpful before he goes EasL" Nixon'.s Saturday talk with the Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton (12:3* QioUUonil ____ 3250 3250 3196 3200 320! 3150 3100 3101 30-10 3047 3049 3000 Dec Mar New Orleans Cottan 3273 3255 3198 Sam. »* ^ ii*ti null*. •*—• - - — - u rtl . uec ........ jiyo oiyo this is often true and usually true vice president was asked whcthei ^^ . jog _ . m —that when a person worries and their conference involved n »V,; M " ' 3040 3M2 thinks over what he ought to be difference in your role in the next 3235 3146 3044 3010 3200 3180 3073 3033 3270 3182 3081 3032 thinks over what he ougnt to ue i ainerence in juui ">"- n> »"-- •"•"! doing it mav do his nervous sys- few months as compared to what! his circulation' it was primarily concerned with harm than (a. ii had been before his illness." tern, and thereby and heart, more have a little mental activity which is not going to be strenuous." Dr. White said Eisenhower may have another short business conference later in the week. May Sit Up Beginning the fourth week, starting next Saturday, if all goes well after the Dulles conference, the No Lone Range Discussion "No." Nixon replied. He addon 1 May . functions he is now cnrryinff out and "there was no lonii-rnwe discussion as to what the role of the vice president should be in the Chicago Wheat Dec Chicago Corn At the medical press conference. • reporters sought to pin Dr. White; ' ' " President' 131'' 138 3 . 130'j 137'; 130 T . 137 3 , GETS POST—New Undeisec- ivtary of Health, Education and Welfare is Heroic! C. Hunt, former superintendent of schools jn Chicago and Kansas City. Mrs. Colbert Dies in Osceola OSCEOLA — Services lor Mrs. i Ki i Colbert. 55. widow of V. C. 11 (ILert. who died at her home here last night of a heart attark. will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at Osceola First Methodist Church. The Rev William O. Scroggins will officiate. Burial will be in Violet Cemetery under the direction of Swift Funeral Home. Mrs. Colbert had been a resident ol Osceola for 15 years and owned extensive property near.Keiser. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and the Methodist Church. Survivors include a son, J. D. Williams. Batesville, Miss., and a daughter. Mrs. Leo Purvis. Ferhday, ! La., and three grandchildren. doctors plan to have tne President I down on whether the lifted into a chair, holding regular] "is out of danger." short conferences with Cabinet of-1 After savins "not 100 per cent." ficers and others. And by the end! he went on to explain that most, of the fourth week, "he may be j complications would have occurred: - ; ^ Bitting up practically all day, out Ihe first week after Chicago Soybeans i Jan of bed.' 'in their opinion. By that time too. Dr. White said. the President may be able to stan giving advice and help to his administration without injury to his the attack some in the second week. 241'i 242 . . 244'-, 245'j .. 248'-. 248'-. "Other complications can cornel.. y«.lr Cfni-kc —he might have certain other dis-j new I or*. JIULM eases quite independently." Dr.! A T and T White asserted. "Or. as a result; Amer Tobacco Jiumaiiauuii «iiiium i.iju... n< ..••>, .....M ..~~..-...... --health and even "see a friend now! of this, he might not have as goocij Anaconda Copper and then." AIR-MINDED-Mrs. Zaddie R. Bunker, 68 - year - old great- great-grandmother, was recent- Sly certified by the Civil AMO- nautlcs Authority to fly multi- engined aircraft. The vigorous, Palm Springs, Calif., flier started flying three years ago, ll just for fun." Since then she's logged 401 flying hours, flying across the country twice. a heart in the future, but (this is) j Beth Steel not evident, yet. We will have to, Chysle in other words, every two weeks, make a new appraisal of the situation.'-' YMCA (Continued from Page 1) eminent, Miss Winnie Virgil Tur- Coca-Cola 91 1-6 ; o mv . Gen Electric .............. 48 1-4 1 Gen Motors ............... 134 3-4 Montgomery Ward ........ 87 1-4 3 5,000 Saw Caruthersville Legion Fair i j CARUTHERSVILLE— — ! Abom 35,000 people attended the ~- «"]. five-day American Legion Fuir. ,'o i o .which ended here Sunday. About ?~ ;~j[j 15.000 attended on the last day. ? j I Parly Request, ridden by Lence l '*' Sprains' n:id owned by J. D. the Lula Lemonds {Services Held ! CARUTHERSVILLE — Services for Mrs. Lula Belle Lemmnncis, 70, | of Ctiruihersville, were conducted I last Tuesday afternoon ac H. S. • Smith Funeral Chapel with Rev. S. ; G. Shepard, pastor of First Baptist : Church, officiating. i Burial was in Maple Cemetery. Russia Frees 118 More German POWs CAMP PRIBNDLAND, Germany {.'?)—A group of 116 returning German prisoners of war who defied Communist.'pressure to settle in East Germany arrived at this West German repatriation camp today, So far 310 prisoners of the Soviets released in East Germany have won their way to West Germany instead. Another 13fi were taken to West Berlin at their demand, among them Heinz Linge, Hitler's valet. The new arrivals at Friedland and Berlin were among 610 who came from Ihe Soviet Union iff the East German repatriation camp at Fuer- stenwalde Saturday. The Russians wanted to free them there on the grounds that their prewar homes \vere in East Germany. One said: "At Fuerstenvalde high Communist functionaries and people's police tried to persuade us to remain in East Germany. "They even hurried some of our closest, relatives—some we lyitt nut seen in more than 10 years—to meet us at the camp and try to get u: to stay but we refused." ner; Negro. Leo Jeffers and the Rev. J. W. Rainwater. The big gifts workers include: Alvin Huffman, Jr., Toler Buc- j LtVGSlOCK hamm, W. J. Pollard. George Hub-j mGI eceyyx bard, Jr., Hugh Wbitsitt. R. A.' Nelson, Kelley Welch, Joe Evans; A. O. Hallman, Russell Hays, H. A. Haines. C. M. Smart, Jack Owen, KendaL Berry, Harvey Morris, Jim- nile Edwards, O. E. Knudsen, E. B. Thomas, Dr. J. C Guard; C. G. Redman, A. O. Hudson, Prank Nelson and R. M. Logan. Cardinal Innirzer Dies of Attack VIEENA, Austria UP) — Theodor Cardinal Innitzer. 79-year-old head of the Roman Catholic Church In Austria, died yesterday of a heart attack. A target of Nazi mobs and Communist propaganda alike during the changing times of his cardinalate. he hud undergone surgery in of Memphis, Mo., won one-mile American Legion Derby to conclude the horse racing program Sunday. With a time of one minute, 41 and 2/5 seconds. Party Request won a trophy and $125 for Rowe. Others placing- in the race were Wrights Town, Miss Evie and Spanish Goods. Weekend dignitaries at the fair were Judge Roy Harper, St. Louis; j Haskell Holman, Missouri's state i auditor; Congressman Paul Jones. Kennett; Don Foster, Dexter, of xa-1035cs 10: the Missouri Delta Development NATIONAL STOCYARDS. 111. j Commission, and John Foster, fJJ— IUSDA)—Hogs 1.000; steady j Blytheville's police chief. N Y Central Int Harvester Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum ... Standard of N J .. Texas Corp U S Steel 45 1-2 37 46 1-4 43 5-8j 53 3-4 j 129 1-2 101 53 7-8 Cyprus Raiders Steal Guns to lower; bulk mixed U. S. Is. 2s and 3s 200-260 Ib 15.00-15; liberal share 15.10; moderate numbers mostly Is and 2s. some No 3s, 15.25; about 400 head mostly Is and 2s around 200-225 Ib 15.35; 170-190 Ib 14.50-15.00 ; 150-170 Ib 13.50400 Ib down 44.00-50: a few loads smooth under 320 Ib 14.75; heavier sows 13.00-14.00; mostly 13.25 up; boars mostly 8.50-11.50; a few under 250 Ib to 11.50. Cattle 9,500; calves 1,500; steers, heifers and mixed yearlings opening slow; unevenly lower: cows utility and commercials largely 10.50-13.00; canners and cutters j 8.50-10.50; bulls utility and com' mcrcinl 11.00-13.00: light Weight canners and cutlers 9.00-11.00; vealors and calves steady at ac-, | tivc trading: gnod and choice veal- 1 Vienna hospital' recently and wn.tiprs '20.00-24.00 with individual head showing signs of recovery when the hear! condition developed. His death raised to eight the number of vacancies in the 70- member College of Cardinals. hiRh choice and prime 25.00-21.00: cull to good vcnlcrs 10.00-19.00; active demand for slaughter calves at steady prices; 18.00-21.00. good and choice 5 Noted Educator Dies ROCKY MOUNT. N.C. (/PI — Dr. William James Battle, whose 62- year tenure at the University of Texas include^ being a bookstore operator and interim president, died, here yesterday after a long illness He was 84. New Atom Tests Said Planned WASHINGTON (.^ — Planning is reported under way for a new series of atomic tesis next month at the Nevada Proving Grounds. The reports, which had no offi- | cial confirmation, were that the i proposed tests might involve change | ! in some existing devices and might j provide further information on ra- 1 dioactive fall-out. There was sepculation that additional information either or both of those points might be a part of preparations for a new series of hydrogen tests in the Marshall Island testing grounds next year. The new Nevada test series, it was understood, is being planned on ! only a small scale. At the conclusion of the spring series, observers were given to understand no further tests were planned there this year. NICOSIA, Cyprus (.-P) — Eight masked men in a dawn mid today made off with a British army truck loadew with rifles and Sten guns. The raiders stole the truck from an army depot near Famagusta Harbor after overpowering and tying up a civilian guard. They left a note saying, "we received from the British army these guns for which we will pay when freedom is given Cyprus." U \va signed "Dighenis," the leader of the underground Cypriot movement, campaigning for this British crown colony's union with Greece. Firecrackers Blamed CELAYA, Mex. UP) — Somebody exploded four firecrackers In a cnl movie theater tonight and a cry of "Fire" rang ,out. Four persons were trampled to death as the pan ic-stricken audience rushed for the doors. Nora Nears Tokyo TOKYO <7P)—Typnoon Nora, pushing driving rains across a broad Pacific front, roared toward Tokyo with 100-mile-an-hour winds today. Unless it swerves it will pile into the most heavily populated area ol Japan sometime Wednesday. Jeannette Ransin, of Montana, was the first woman to be elected to Congress. There are almost 500.000 lamas or priests, in Tibet. They make up one-fourth of the population ol that cold, wind-swept land. l^- — —^ Ami/NDWG tOWPRtCSS M QM ALL MODELS/ C Y B8, we're clearing the decks immediately! We're going to move every car and (ruck on our sales floor, as part of Sludebaker's tremendous "Clear the Decks" sales drive. And you can have the greatest new car value of your life! We're wheeling and dealing to move all our great new Stude- bakere . . . and fast. Trade-ins like you've never dreamed of before! Special, long-term, low-payment; financing arranged! Com* in now. Take full advantage of this great "Clear the Decks" event. Get your new Studebaker! Studebaker...so much belter made... worth more when you trade! JTUDBBAKJR DIVISION OF STUDEBAKER-PACKARD CORPORATION... ONi OF THf 4 MAJOR FUU-LINE PRODUCERS OF CARS AND TRUCKS COME M NOW... 'EWHATYOUSAVE! USED CUR-USED TRUCK BUYERS! $•• our big oUctlon ol Certified USED CARS AND TRUCKS CHAMBLIN SALES COMPANY Pfc«M 1-MM Y*nr Stud«bak«r-Packard Dtaltr Railroad ft Atli Street* First cl;i« for travel—first rate for lou'n! What cuukl he more practical—or hetlrr looking—than (his lightweight Dobbs Cross Country? 10' See our windows for the ten processes used in the manu- facture of Fine Fur Felts — thru courtesy of Dobbs. R. D. Hughes Co. Home Owned — Home Operated 1 Mason Day Waller Day . SW Bell-Union Resume Talks ST. LOUIS (fl 1 )—Contrast negotiations between the six-suite Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. i\nd the CIO Communications Workers were resumed today in 1111 effort to settle a prolonged wage dispute and avert a strike, authorized by some 51,000 union members. Frank P. Lonergan, assistant director for District 6 of the union, saict yesterday the meeting uas suggested by the company. The last session, which Lonergan termed unproductive, wits held Friday. Lonergan said the union is awaiting expected approval of the strike action by the union's Imcrmuional executive board. Collision Reported In an accident yesterday at 5 p.m. at the intersection of Kenwood Driv« and Center Streets, a car driven by Leonus Sliedd, Manila, collided with a pickup truck driven by Freddie RounsvBll. 821 LIUv. Damage was limited to the front end of Shedd's car and Ihe right side of the truck Roimsvall was driving, which is owned by Johnson'! Esso Service Station, police stated. Bladder'Weakness' If worried by "Bladder Weakness" ia««lri 8 Up NlRlits (too frc<iuent, burning or Itching urination) or Strong, Cloudy Urine] ilufl to common Kidney ami UlnUUer Irrl- (Hlions try CYSTEX ror quick, gratifying, comforting help. A billion CYSTEX tablets used in past 35 years prove safety and success. Ask dnisKist for CYSTEX under money-back Kimratuee. See bow much belter you feel tomorrow. Tim BRANPS UlliM LUMBER Then You'll ow It's Dry and Well anufactured That's because the 5PIB Grade-Mark can only be used on lumber that has been dried and seasoned according lo official Grading Rules. And because the name FORDYCE, stamped on lumber, ii a pledge to you that this old, established company stand* squarely behind its qualify. Remember, too, that FHA and VA insured loan construction requires Grade-Marked lumber, Your Deafer Can Supply You LUMBER COMPANY FORDYCE, ARKANSAS SAVE 3 C OR MORE ON YOUR GROCERY DOLLARS! Safe-way's policy is to meet the advertised and everyday shelf grocery prices of trading stamp grocers by keeping Safeway prices at least 3*" below those of its trading stamp competitors. This means big cash savings to Safeway's customers on their grocery purchases. This Ad Effective Tuesday, Oct. 11th Safeway's Low Price HERSHEYS COCOA - 36< Strongheart Brand DOG FOOD 3 'A." 29f 3 76 oz. Tins 25* Bog 63jf Lb. 63< 73* Dog Food—None Finer NIP N'TUCK Mild and Mellow AIRWAY COFFE Shady Lane Top Quality CREAMERY BUTTER Swiff's Brookfield CREAMERY'BUTTER Medium Grain Arkansas Grown SHOWBOAT RICE 2 £ 28< Libby's Brand TOMATO JUICE "- 28* Sunnydawn Top Quality TOMATO JUICE "£ 24< Cut-Rite Brand WAX PAPER DON'T FORGET! 725 Ft. Roll Safeway will meet the lowest advertised price of every competitor—item by item, day by day—In Biytheville. Quality considered.

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