The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1954 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 22, 1954
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BLTTHET1LL1 (AML) COUBIER NEW* WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ft, 1054 Nixon Challenges Stevenson to Offer 'Constructive' Plans EAST LANSING, Mick (AP) — Vice President Nixon I Dec Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton (12:30 quotations) Oct 3433 3495 3437 last night challenged Adiai E. Stevenson to offer "constructive" suggestions rather than "quips and criticisms''" on the Eisenhower administration, Nixon issued the challenge to the ( rner Democratic nominee for the former Democratic presidential ! presidency would talk in Detroit nominee in a major address at j Saturday and hoped that then Michigan State College. It was | Stevenson will say "how his pol- biSed as an administration reply j icies and those of a Democrat to Stevenson's recent attack on j Congress would differ from the pol- Zisenhower policies. j icies of the Truman administration Decrvibg -what be called Steven- i so that we can debate the issues of ion's failure to offer "constructive campaign on policies of the suggestions," Nixon told an audi- { present rather than the past." ence of 7,500 "under the circum-j Nixon made what he called stances -we can only assume, as his \ a "point - by - point" reply to (Stevenson's) national chairman [ Stevenson. admitted in answer to a question j Ee said Stevenson "criticizes the recently, that all a Democrat! Con- \ settlement in Indochina and what gress offers is a return to the j has happened to EDC (European policies of the Truman adroinis- j Defense Community), tration, j «.j .thlnfr he owes it to the "Until; Mr, Stevenson tells the f American people as a spokesman American people how he differs j for the ADA (Americans for Demo- from those policies we shall have jcratic Action) wing of the Demo- to continue to' remind the people jcrat party, to tell us honestly whether he believes the war in Mch May Oct Dec Mch May 3494 3525 3545 3561 3532 3553 3571 3522 3559 3570 New Orltant Cotton ... 3426 ... 3523 ... 3542 ... 3559 3497 3533 3553 3570 3486 3522 3540 3559 3490 3530 3552 3567 Chicago Soybeans Jan ... Mch ... May ... 265 268 271 271 270 265 288 274% 276 •what those policies were." The vice-president said the for- DRUM BEATER -Neil Mao Kefl, of j/ Southampton, L. I., it the tditorial director of the Hoover Commission on the Reorganization of Government He will have charge of publicity and public relations for tbt commission's reports. Korea ought not to have been ended, whether he believes Arnri- can boys should hav been sent to Indochina, - what he would do on EDC or the other problems on which he criticizes the Eisealiowsr administration," Nixon replied to the charge that the Republicans had a rigid foreign policy^- upsetting to our allies and was unable or unwilling to negotiate and compromise. • .Kixos argued that economy cuts in-military spending and in foreign aid havemade America stronger and able to meet any aggression. Nixon referred to Stevenson's statement the Republicans had attacked the loyalty of Truman and the Democrats. '.'Let me set the record completely straight on this issue," Nixon said. ''No party Ms i,' monopoly on patriotism in America ..-, The issue has... never been and .is not now the loyalty of Democrats versus the loyalty of Republicans. Nixon jeerea at the assertion that there is no difference between the Truman-Acheson foreign policy and that of Eisenhower-Dulles. "The difference is this", he said. "The Truman-Acheson policy got us into war and the Eisenhower- Dulles policy got us out of war." Chicago Corn Dec ... 152& 152% Mch 156 156ft Chicago Wheat Dec ... 2i3'/ 8 219 Mch ... 220 221% 271 151 % 154% 215% 217% 272% 274ft 276 152ft Rites Conducted For W.H. Worsley Services for William Harvey Worsley of Blytheviile, who died Monday at Eoonevilla, Ark., isrere conducted at 2 pm. today at Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Dale Worsley of Forrest City, assisted by the Rev. Harold Ray of Clear Lake. Burial was in Elnrsrood Cemetery Mr. Worsley, 66, had lived in Bly- theviUe for the past 56 yean. He survived-by a. brother, T. G. Worsley of Forrest; City; and two sisters, llrs. A. A. Mason of Long Beach Calif., and Mrs. T. H, Poliick of Avenol, Calif. Pallbearers were Bill Kemper Eley Hood, Jack Hood, Ernest Wilson, Herbert Wilson and Wildy Wilson. 216 218% FLB Form Credit Board to Study Drought in State New York Stocks (12:45 quotations) LITTLE ROCK OP) — The Farm A T and T 171 1-2 j Credit- Board of the Federal Land Araer Tobacco '.'.'.'.'..".'.".'. ~6l 3-4J Bank of sfc - 1-&xs today will meet Anaconda Copper 42 j here, to discuss drought conditions Beth Steel .!!" 78 i-4! arid their bearing on farm credit;. Chrysler ................. 64 3-4 The ' is meeting at Little FALL PLANTING SEEDS WHEAT—Chancellor ... . per bu. $2.75 BARLEY—Cerr. B-40Q .... per bu. $1.95 HAIRY VITCH ...;.. perlb. .15 RYE GRASS , . .......,. per Ib. .12 BALBOA RYf % .... per bu. $1.95 ALFALFA—Okfa. Approved per Ib. .36 Certified ARKWIN Seed Oars per bu. $1.35 Ky. 31 FESCUE CERT. perlb. .35 Other Fall Planting Seed Available WE BUY SOYBEANS AT TOP PRICES Both Seed and Commercial Soybeans Blytheville Soybean Corp. Ph. PO 3-6856 or 3-6857 1800 W. Main St. Blytheville, Ark. Coca-Cola 115 1-4 Gen Electric 44 1-2 Gen Motors Montgomery Ward . 72 N Y Central 20 1-2 Int Harvester ... 32 1-2 Republic Steel .. 63 5-8 Radio 33 5-8 Socony Vacuum 48 1-2 Studebaker 13 Standard of N J 99 7-8 Texas Corp 77 3-4 Se"rs . 70 7-8 U S Steel 55 3-4 Sou Pac 45 5-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. W— (USDA) — Hogs 9,000; moderately active; barrows and gilts 190 Ib up 10-25 lower than Tuesday's average; lighter weights unevenly steady to 50 lower; sows littl changed; most 190-260 Ib barrow and gilts 19.85-20.00; few hundre head early 19.75; few choice No Is and 2s 20.10; about 100 heai 20.15;; 150-180 Ib 18:50-19.75; few t 20.00; 120-140 Ib 17.00-18.50; sow 400 Ib down 17.50-19.25; heavie sows 15.50-17.00; boars 13.00-17.0 Cattle 4,500; calves 1,200; snipe demand took several loads, choici steers steady at 2425-75; little don on butcher yearlings; early cow sales confined to utility and com mercial at 9.50-13.00; these abou steady; big packers inactive and nothing done on canners and cutters; bulls and vealers steady; utility and commercial bulls 12.0013.50; canner and cutter bulls 8.0011.00; good and choice vealers 14.00-19.00: a few high choice and prime 20.00-21.00; commercial and good vealers 12.00-15.00. Rock for the first time since its formation in 1916. 35 7 _g Members of the board yesterday traveled through parts of Pulaski, Lonoke and Arkansas ' counties for a view of drought-damaged farmlands. I. E. Jones of Little Rock, regional manager of the Federal Land Bank, said the board toured the area at the invitation of Arkansas board members. Attending the meeting are: W. W. Martin of St. Louis, board chairman; ,Enos Waters of Carlinville, HI., Homer Curtiss. of Stockton., HI., Howard Shirley of Richmond, Mo., Rufus Branch of Joiner, Ark., and Fletcher of Scott, Ark. POWER Fined in Trafic Case George Haroer was fined 15 and j Municipal Court this morning on a charge of having no drivers license. Good Drivers Rewarded TIME COPT Good Drivers 12 IOWA CITY, Iowa UP) — A policeman may give you a ticket when you perform an act of courtesy, caution and consideration while driving through Iowa City. The ticket will entitle you to a flower furnished by the Iowa City Florists Assn. It's the city's way of passing put bouquets for good driving habits. Continued from Page 1 million dollars. However, the AEC, at President Eisenhower's behest, tentatively accepted a proposal by another combine to build the "Dixon-Yates" steam plant at West Memphis, Ark. Hollywood Continued from Paye 8 volved with making "That Lady' in Spain and England. She came here immediately afterward. The wedding cannot be done in a hurry, because Olivia has- to go through some red tape in order to retain her American citizenship, which she intends to keep. I asked about her plans for son Benjie. "He is enrolled in a wonderful French school, and he loves it," she said. "We always think of the English schools as the best in the world. But the English and many others told me that the French lave the best schools. The French have the equivalent of a college education by the time they ar 18." Is she concerned about Benjie osing touch with his native land? "Not at all. Benjie is a remarkably American boy. Even at , he is. an amazing combination f an intellectual and an athlete. ?he gentleness of the French cul- ure will do him good. And he'll eturn to this country peri- dically." tiat* on tt» IWM and of atio* the sessions a« a platform for ''glib distortions to support the propaganda slogan 'ban the bomb.' " The tails were held by the United States, Britain, Prance, Canada and Russia as a subcommittee of the TJ.N. Disarmament Commission. The four Western powers could not come to any agreement with the Soviets. With the Courts CHANCEET- B. A. Dunavant v». Junior Pres- fieil, dissolution of partnership, City Service Station, Arkansas-Missouri state line. An area of 4,000,000 square miles, greater than that of the continental United States, remains to be developed in tht American Arctic, i Price Hubbard Hardware Motor Rythm GETS RIGHT TO THE HEART CF THE POWER PROBLEM FREES VALVES! STOPS CLATTER! UNSTICKS RINGS! 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Both Van Kleffens and Price Wan had campaigned for the office but'the Thai foreign minister withdrew from the contest Monday, Outside tne Assembly hall, the U.S. delegation made, public a State Department review of the inconclusive U.N. disarmament alks in London last May and June. It accused the Soviet Union of having no serious desire to nego- Call PO. 3-3531 BAD PICTURE TUBE? Oar new process will repair and restore it (in most cases) —at no additional cost' ELECTRONIC LAB W. Walnut — Blythevtlle How New Trop-Artic Can Double TI .• T •& Jbn^me Lite Some motor oils gfve good proteo- tion at low temperatures. Other oils are^tffective at high temperatures. But new TROP-ARTIC all- weather motor oil gives protection at all temperatures . . . from below zero to 180 degrees! This explains why TROP-ARTIC is so much better than ordinary motor oils at preventing engine wear ... so much better that it can Exclusive! 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