The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1955 · Page 14
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BLTTMEVILLE (ARK.)' COtTRIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11,1988 Ike, Dulles In Policy Conference (Continued from Page 1) fcrence with two sets of plans, one to meet any Russian obstruction •nd the other to exploit any genuine Soviet harmony moves. On arrival here aboard Eisenhower's private plane Columbine III, Dulles told newsmen at the airport: "Just say my principal feeling gt the moment is one of personal gladness that I shall be able to see the President again, and It is a very good sign that the doctors will let us have the kind of a conferences we'll have." Dulles got to Denver as the President was ending another day of satisfactory progress in his slow convalescence—at a pace his physicians now say will keep him in the hospital for at least four more weeks and possibly five. It was a day during which he got outside for the first time since he was stricken. His hospital bed was rolled onto a terrace near his eighth-floor room and he spent 30 minutes there basking in the warm autumn sunshine with a excellent view of the majestic Rocky Mountains to the west. Busiest Day It was a day too during which he handled the biggest batch of government business since he was taken ill. Late in the afternoon he 1 Choose Harold S. Vance, chairman of the Executive Committee of the Studebaker-Packard Corp.. io be a member of the Atomic Energy Commission. A 65-year-old Republican whose salary will be $18,000 a year, Vance got a recess appointment which is subject to the Senate confirmation when Congress reconvenes. 2 Named Meyer Kestnbaum, head of the aath rH.ncf S& er Marx clothing firm, to be a special White House consultant serving without pay. Kestnbaum was chairman of the President's Committee on Federal-State Problems. Now he will advise Eisenhower on the recommendations of that committee, as well as on those made by the Hoover Commission on government reorganization. 3. Gave recess appointments and promotions to two service officers. Rear Adm. Charles R. Brown, now on the Joint Strategic Survey Committee, advances to vice admiral and becomes deputy commander and chief of staff of the II. S. Atlantic Fleet. Ma). Gen. qiyde D. Eddleman becomes a lieutenant general and takes over as deputy chief of the Army staff, in charge of plans. 4. Signed an executive order delegating to the Office of Defense Mobilization authority to release certain national stockpile materials for defense purposes in event of an enemy attack. The White House said the President's Illness was not a factor in delegation of the authority. 5. Put his name to a proclamation officially designating tomorrow as Christopher Columbus Day. 6. SJgned two ther executive orders which the White House said would be made public later. Miss Whistle Chosen CONWAY—Miss Margaret Whistle, Dell, has been chosen as a maid in the royal court, which will reign over homecoming football festivities of Hendrix College here, Oct. 28. Miss Whistle, daughter of Mrs. W. A. Whistle, will serve in the court of homecoming queen, Sybil Blankenship. Warren, when the Hendrix Warriors play Henderson State Teachers in the homecoming football game. Commodity Arid Stock Markets- N«w York Cotton H>:3* mutations) Oct 3285 3265 3235 i Dec 3188 3219 3188 1 Mar 3077 3113 3017 i May 3031 3070 3031 J FAURE (Continued from Page 1) of French citizenship were under a pile of stones. throats cut. French Struck Back The French struck buck band which raided the Euroin'an residential district at Jemmapes. killing three and taking 30 others prisoner. Ntw Orleans Cottwn Oct 3291 3291 3291 Dec 3184 3220 3183 Mar 3086 3123 3086 May 3034 3067 3034 Chicago Wheat Dec .... 205':, 205':, 204'i, May .... 203( 2 203-^a 202% Chicago Corn Dec .... 1303', 131 3 i May .... I37 : !a 13814 130% 137*1, Chicago Soybeans Nov .... 238'.2 2401,', 33734 Jan 241'.'2 2431;, 241!,, Mar 244'.i 245 ;1 i 243!.;, July .... 243 V, 2441,2 242 204 '':, 202 3 ., 130'] 137=1 238 241 1: 243 protectorate';; biu commercial center uh port New York Stocks A T and T 176 Amer Tobacco 74 1-2 j Anaconda Copper 63 I Beth Steel 144 1-2 Chrysler 90 7-8 Coca-Cola 125 Gen Electric 47 3-8 Gen Motors Montgomery Ward 85 1-4 N Y Central 44 3-8 Int Harvester 36 Republic Steel 45 Radio 43 . Socony Vacuum 545-8 Studebaker 95-8 Standard of N J 123 1-4 Texas Corp 100 1-4 Sears 101 3-4 U S Steel 53 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111.. OB — USDA—Hogs 11.000; active; higher; mixed U. S. 1, 2 and 3, 200260 Ib barrows and gilts 15.25-35; more at 15.25; about 400 head 1 and 2s, around 200-225 Ib., 5.50; 20 head largely Is. some No. 2s. around 210 Ib 15.60; 170-190 Ib 14.7515.25; 150-170 Ib 13.75-14.75: 120-140 Ib 12.25-13.50; sows 400 Ib down 14.25-75; heavier sows 13.25-14.00; boars over 250 Ib 8.25-10.50; few lighter weights to 11.50. Cattle 5,200; calves 1.500; one| load high choice yearlings about! steady at 23.00; utility and commercial cows 10.00)13.00; canners and cutters 8.00-10.00; bulls utility and commercial 11.00-13.00; light weight canners down to 9.00; veal- ers and calves steady; a few prime individuals reaching 27.00; majority good and choice 20.00-24.00; cull to good 10.00-19.00. ...... commercial center uhere .-.'.nin::- arm Bangs of French touijh.s hc-lpeii to close shops. New AF Policy For Veteran The Air Force has in opi-rali.in a special enlistment policy which affects veterans of all services '.vim have been discharged since July of 1951. Details are available from M Ss;t. J. W. Blaylock. Air Force recruiter, on .second floor of City Hall. Autry To Attend Education Meet L. H. Aiury. representative from Mississippi County and Superin- tt'ridoiu- of Schools at Burdctte, \\lio is a member of the executive cMMimiueo of the Southern Region;i! Kciucaiion Board, will attend Uu- bn;!rd'.s annual meeting Oct. 18 :il !M::i: Clear, Ala. The SRKB, which is composed of I^i-Uuor-s, governors and edu- cainix ot M .states, will hear Gov. Kr.iHft U. Clomem of Tennessee repnr: .>n t:u- nro'rU'C.ss on regional hi-ne:' ('tiur.ition. Gov. Clement is t'h::ir:M.m o!" the education board. The nhTimt:. which is held con- nim-n'.ly \vuh the Southern Govcr- :>:•*' Cor.icrcMice. also will hear the bond's dirpctor. John E. Ivey, Jr., .•Vi:i!i:a Oil., oUiline proposals for \vork during the coming year. BROTHER ., Missco, SeMo Students In A-State Drama .. „„ JONESBORO — Two Blytheville 131 3-81 students and two from Southeast Missouri are among' the cast of 21 players chosen for the Arkansas State College Theater presentation of "The Crucible," to be presented Nov. 16 .through .18. Miss Martha Nichols, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Nichols, 1209 H e a r n , Blytheville. and Charles Weidman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weidman. 411 E. Missouri, Blytheville, have begun rehearsals for their roles in the play. Miss Jean Bell, Gideon, and Asa Crow, CardwcU, are the two Missourians listed among the cast. Car, Truck Hit On Division In an accident. yesterday at 7 p.m. on South Division Street be- iwi'cn Main and Ash Streets, a truck driven by Bill Underwood, 10-A Chickasnw Ct.. collided with a car driven by John Mitchum, 508 Ward Avi>. Police reports said Mitchum's c.ir was damaged slightly on the riLiht side and the I'.i-ton truck, ownotl by Falstaff Distributing Co., was not damaged. (Continued from Page 1) ; past standards at yesterday's I'vent because of two previous post: pononicnts. P. D. Foster, general chairman, said. Contest entries fell below the 100 mark for the first time in several , years. This Was the second straight year the Jaycoe--spoiisored contest had to be postponed because of rain. ; Other winners included: ! Open Division: $50 — Brunei' Faulkner of Kennett, W. E. Pate of Blytheville, Junior Whitehead of Manila. Malcolm Gramling of Ken- ::ett, Lester Peters of Bert rand. Mo.; $25 — Johnnie M. Weaver of . Henderson, Tenn.. Jesse Hicks of i providence, La., Willie Jackson of niYihi-ville. Glenn Williams of Har- ns'burfi. Fritz West of Blytheville, Pill Adams, of Leachville. Johnny ] Johnson of Clarksdale, Miss., Fred I Ware of Ruleville, Miss., Herbert | Harris of Holland, Charlie B. Chil• dress of Trumann, Ray Clayton of Advance. Mo., and Ralph G. Law• son of Hot Springs. | women's Division: $100 —, Mrs. i Nell Shaw of Greenville, Miss.; $50 — Mrs. M. G. McFatridge of Rassftt; S25 — Opal Childress of . Triirnnnn, Mrs, Arthur Bentley of . Gideon. Lulua Bell Collard of 31y:heville and Lessie Sheppard of I Blytheville. AEC Schedules New Atom Tests WASHINGTON (IP)— A new series of Atomic Energy Commission tests has been scheduled on the Nevada desert about Nov. 1—but this lime there may be no atomic explosions. An AEC announcement indicated the tests will aim at learning whether atomic weapons can be accidentally detonated by fire or by nearby explosions of bombs or artillery shells. If nuclear weapons prove safe under such circumstances, as believed, the only explosions presumably will come from more conventional devices. Manila Girl President JONESBORO — Miss Betty Kennedy, Manila, has been elected president of the Associated Women Students at Arkansas State College. Miss Kennedy was elected last week in a campus-wide election. Miss Stietta Ray. Senath, was elected as a women's dormitory representative to serve on the Associated Women's Student Council. King Hussein ADENAUER (Continued from Page 1) quoted friends of the Adenauer family or, saying the Chancellor this time has not responded as well to medical treatment as on previous occasions. Aside from his occasional bouts with colds, he has been in robust health. He normally works 12 hours a day. Van Fleet Warns Korean Reds Osceolans Are Journalists JONESBORO — Three Osceolans and one student from Kennett hnve been appointed to editorial po- sidons on the "Herald," student publication at Arkansas State College. Harvey Lee Hill. Osceola. is the paper's sports editor, Ka.ren Bradley, Osceola, is a member of the feature writing staff, and Patricia Clay, Osceola, is a reporter. James Blankenship, Kennett, Is also a member of the reporting staff. LAUSANNE, Switzerland B>) — j King Hussein of Jordan was report-1 ed under treatment here today for! a chronic stomach disorder. ' Carmen Cary Elected JONESBORO — Miss Carmen Cary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Cary. 126 N. Locknrd, Blytheville, has been elected secretary-treasurer of the freshman class at Arkansas State College. She was graduated last May from Blytheville High School. LOS ANGELES W»-Gcn. Jamet A. Van Fleet says the United States will retaliate with atomic bombs If the communists reinvade South Korea. Under terms of R treaty between the United States and the Republio of Korea, the retired formed United Nations commander in Korea said, "an attack against Korea is an attack against the United States." The general, who recently returned from Korea, made the statement* yesterday at a qustion-and-nnswcr session after a talk to the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. Negro Deaths Atha Basset* Services for Atha Bassett, 47, who died in Little Rock yesterday, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Ml. Arlie Baptist Church at darks- dale, Ark. , , Burial will be in the Clarksdal* Cemetery. He leaves his mother, Gertrude Curric. Blytheville; two sons, both of St. Louis. The pastor of Mt. Arlie Church will officiate. Home Funeral Home is in charge. Blytheville Men Advance FAYETTEVI L L E — Thee Blytheville men have been admiued to advanced standing in the ROTO at the University of Arkansas. Donald E. Gentry, Donald L. Llltz and Ronald E. Phillips, all of Blytheville, were admitted to advanced standing after completing uvo years of basic military studies and passing physical and qualification tests. They will be commissioned Second Lieutenants in the Army Reserve upon their graduation from the University in June, 1957. Battery to Itoly VINCENZA. 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