The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1956 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1958 BLYTHEVIULE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE Tunisia Is Hit By New Outbreak Of Terrorism TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Isolated rebel bands and gre nade-hurling terrorists have begun to reappear in Tunisia after 18 months of faltering progress toward self-government. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Mar . May , July . Oc» . 3467 , 3408 3306 3125 3469 3410 3306 3125 3456 3396 3284 3110 New Orleans Cotton Mar 3466 May 3407 July 3304 Oct 3126 3466 3408 3307 3126 3455 3395 3285 3107 3461 3402 3293 3455 3401 3294 3120 Chicago Wheat Mar 210 May .... 206 206% 209% 205% 128% 132% Chicago Corn • Mar .... 129 129% May .... 132% :33!4 Chicago Soybeans Mar .... 247fe 247% 246'/j May .... 249% 25014 249',4 July .... 249'/ 2 250 249 . Sept .... 241 >A 241% 240% 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 Republic Steel . ., Standard of N J . Texas Corp Sears U S Steel 209% 206>/, 129 133 246 249V 2 24.8% 240% . 182 1-2 . 80 1-2 . 68 1-8 . 154 5-8 Most of the outbreaks, which began two weeks ago, have been small. But they underline the political and economic difficulties of the French North African protectorate. Nationalist violence all but ceased after Pierre Mendes- France, while France's premier, made his dramatic flight here in July 1954 to offer Tunisians large measure of autonomy. Habib Bourguiba, popular leader of the nationalist Neo-Destour party, returned from, exile to a tumultuous welcomeM Moderate natia named premier, and the two men began negotiating with the French and working at home to improve Tunisia's lot. Partial Home Rule Obituary F. E. Jones Dies In New Orleans Services lor Francis Edwin Jones. 46, formerly of Blytheville, will be conducted at 10:30 .a.m. tomorrow in Church of the Nazarene with the Rev. Louis Emmert officiating. A graveside service is scheduled for tomorrow afternoon In Ripley, Tenn. He died Tuesday night In a New Orleans hospital Born in Ripley, Mr. Jones formerly lived in Blytheville for several years. At the time of his death he was employed as a salesman. Surviving are one son, Charles Edwin Jones of Memphis, and one sister, Miss Minnie Lee Jones of Blytheville. Howard Funeral service Is In charge. Pallbearers will be Burt Trumble, Tim Williams, Joe Cagle, Osder, Ed Northcutt and Alvie Jarrett. Mendes-France's regime toppled p i&pc :fore he was able to attain his IX111 CIS Harvey Wallace bef goal. But his Faure carried succes through Edgar parlia- 54 5-8 43 3-4 41 7-8 45 5-3 146 1-4 118 3-8 32 7-8 54 7-8 mentary approval of a program oi partial home rule last August. The new setup gave Tunisians considerable control over their home affairs, but the French continue to direct .defense and for- Friction arose when Bourguiba's once-close friend in the NebpDes- tour. Salah Ben Youssef, refused to go along with anything less than full Independence. Ben Youssef began denouncing the agreements with France. Bourpiiba, who said only recently "embassies in Pakistan or Indonesia" would be only a facade for his poor country, voiced satisfaction with the agreements as a major step toward independence. Thus far, Bourguiba and his moderates appear to be winning over the extremists. But in its year and a half of life, the new government has only begun to deal with the poverty and unemployment besetting too many of Tunisia's 3'/ 3 million people. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI., (*1 — USDA—Ho'gs 9,500; higher; bulk mixed U. S. Nos. 1, 2 and 3, 180-230 Ib barrows and gilts 14.0075; several hundred head mostly Nos. 1 and 2, arbund 190-225 Ib. 1*.85-15.00; latter highest since Oct. 28; mixed grade 230-270 Ib. 13.00-14.25; several lots mostly Nos. 1 and 2 around 230 Ib 14.50-15; 270-340 Ib. mostly Nos. 2 and 3, 11.75-13.25; 140-170 Ib. 13.00-14.00; few 120-140 Ib. 12.00-13.00; sows 450 Ib. down 10.76-11.25; heavier sows 10.00-50; boara over 250 Ib. 6.00-7.00; lighter weights to 8.00. Cattle 1,500, cth'M 500; steady to weak; good to choice steers 17.50-18.50; most steers commercial and good kinds of quality to sell 15.00-17.00; .most utility and commercial cow» 11.00-12.50; individuals up to 12.75; top cutters sparingly 11.00; other canners and cutters mainly 8.00-10.50; utility •nd commercial bulls 12.50-14.50; good heavy fat bulls 11.50-12.50; light butcher bulls occasionally up to 16.00-50; good and choice veal- ers 23.00-29.00; lower grades mainly 12fOO-22.00; few prime 31.00-83.00. EDEN IN FUR-Pi«e. of fur form this portrait of British Prim* Minister Sir Anthony Eden. Fur has been used in th« worki of iurrealists, but this one, on diiplay In London, U believed to be th« Brst conventional portrait In fur. It wai done by M. J. Laroche. KE (Continued from Page 1) free Balk vaccine for many children and expectant mothers will expire Feb. 15. He recom- 1957, and appropriation of 30 mil- mended an extension to June 30, lion dollars to complete the program. The stepped-up research program which he. recommended would provide: For cancer 132,437,000; hear disease 122,106,000; mental Illness *21,749,000; arthritis and metabolic diseases, $13,346,000; neurology and blindness $12,198,000; infectious and parasitic diseases $9,799,000; dental disorders $2,971,000; and $11,922,000 for general re search programs of the national institutes of health. He made no reference In the message to hte own heart attack last Sept. 24. On the point of health personnel Eisenhower renewed the c a I sounded in his health message lasl year, for enactment of legislation to provide for a five-year program of grants nurses, ti for training ilneeships for practice graduate nurses, and authority to establish tralneeshlps In other public health specialties. As for strengthening basic health services he said the last compre hensive survey of Illness In the United States was made 20 years ago, and that since then American medicine has experienced the most rapid and dramatic changes In its history. He recommended that Congress authorize the Public Health Service to conduct new surveys 2-Year Extension Extension for two more years of the federal-state program to aid in construction of hospitals and other medical care facilities was recommended. The budget calls for 19-mllllon-dollar Increase in funds to accomplish that. He renewed his call for authorization of a new program of menta' health project grant* aimed at 1m proving the quality of care in men tal Institutions, as well as putting administration of such institution? on a higher level. Elsenhower recommendec strengthening of the Water Pollu lion Act expiring on June 30. He also appealed for a substantial in crease In funds to broaden the research attack on air pollution including smog, by nonfederal n stitutios-as well as by the Public Health Service and other govern ment agencies. NOTICE City Auto and Truck License are due and payable during the month of January. After January 31 a penalty of 50c per tag will be added to the cost, the first ten days. After Feb. 10th a penalty of $1.00 per tag will be added for your convenience, the City Clerks office will be open Saturday PM, January 28th, and Monday and Tuesday night, January 30th & 31st. I'lcase display your license on car or truck to avoid confusion when the officers start a check of cars & trucks without city license. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE DATED: Jon. 25, 1956 Sergeant Starts March for Dimes UNION CITY, Tenn. Ifl — An Army sergeant starts marching across Tennessee today, hoping for a dime to match every step of the way. Maybe not a dime a step, since it's 130 miles, but Sgt. James F. Wiggins will stop in 16 towns en route to Memphis to ask for contributions to the March of Dimes to fight crippling: polio. The 30-year-old sergeant, a con- Opcration Snowball NEW ORLEANS (/P) — A Navy plane will leave the frozen north country of St. Cloud. Minn., Feb. 25 on an Important mission of war: bringing snowballs. They will be used In. a snowball fight staged by the New Orleans Recreation Department for kids who have never seen snow. scientious recruiter stationed at Memphis, also will be on the lookout for volunteers for the Army. Polio money Is his main aim, however. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises,described as; Highway 61 South, Mississippi County, Arkansas. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving .moral turpitude: that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating tht laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application rs for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of February, 1956, and to .expire on the 30th day of June, 1957. ROBERT W. WESTBROOK, Applicant. Subscribed and sworn to befor» me this 23rd day of January, 1958. SEAL ELIZABETH MASON. Notary Public. My Commission expires: 4/26/58. 1/29 Harvey Moreland Wallace, 64, manager of Campbell 61 Express varehouse here, died last night in Japtist Hospital in Memphis where le'had been a patient for the past 0 days. He was born in Cherry Valley, Ark., but had made his home here or a number o" years. Services will be conducted at _:30 p.m. tomorrow in Citizen Funeral Home Chapel In West Mem- Ms by the Rev. Russell J. Clubb of Cherry Valley. Burial will be in Crittenden Memorial Cemetery at (Vest Memphis. Cobb Funeral Home is in charge. Survivors Include his wife. Mrs. Erma Wallace of Blytheville; one daughter, Mrs. Martha Jane Chivers of Birmingham, Ala.; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wallace of Cherry Valley; and six sisters, Mrs Ernest Flentje, Mrs. Ernest Jones, and Miss Ophelia Wallace of Cherry Valley, Mrs. Elmo Anderson and Mrs. J. K. Knox of West Memphis and Mrs. A. E. Neal of Memphis. Tax Commission Man Reappointed CARUTHERSVILLE — J. Ralph Hutchison, Caruthersville Republican, has been reappointed by Governor Phil Donnelly to the Mlssoun State Tax Commission. He will serve » six-year term of the three - member commission which has general supervision of property assessing for tax purposes. SeMo State Choir In Two Appearances CAEDTHERSVILLE—The » C»p- pella choir of SeMo State College, Cape Qirardeau, will present two concerts here. The first will be a matinee performance at 4:30 Sunday afternoon at the high school. A concert for student* of the school will be given Monday morning. No admission will be charged. Wanted: A Stranger LISBON, N. H. (fl—This town of 2,000 wants a "stranger" as police chief. And in the search, the village district commissioners put a "help wanted" advertisement today in the Boston Herald. Commission- Victor Snell says the townspeople prefer a stranger "because he wont' know anybody and can be completely Impartial In his pinches. There's no age limit, but applicants be experienced. The Job pays $71 a FILMING APPEAL - Singer Mario Lanza and four-year-old Mary Blankenship of Los Angeles, Calif., get acquainted in Hollywood before filming the 1958 Easter Seal motion picture appeal. The two will star in the film, to be shown throughout the Country during the campaign. Lanza was named honorary motion picture chairman. Missouri Judge In III Health HAYTI — Judge Joseph Allen of New Madrid is .a patient at Pemiscot County Memorial Hospital here. Judge Allen retired several months ago because of ill health. He was Circuit judge of Pemiscot and New Madrid counties. Parole Plea Denied" MEXICO CITY VPr— The slayer of Leon Trotsky will have to serve the remaining 4% years of his 20-year prison term. Mexico's highest court of appeals turned down Jacques Mornard's final plea for a parole, citing a report of an Investigating body that, he might be dangerous if freed. Know This Mon? Teachers Won't Row HARLAN, Ky. (If) — Before the nearby Jesse Creek School can re open, one of two things is needed— a new bridge or a teacher willing to row a boat. The bridge leading to the school was broken down recently by an overloaded truck James A. Cawood, county schools superintendent, said yesterday, "We Just can't find any teacher who will •ow a boat across the river." Costly Kindness BUTTE, Mont, (ffl — Gertrude Reichler, Butte youngster, has found that being a Good Samaritan can be costly. She told police that her purse containing $5 was missing after she helped an old lady cross street. SFC. Kenneth Storey In July, 1947, Sfc. Storey joined the National Guard and has always been proud of his Unit, Company "M", 15rd Inf. Civilian - Soldier Storey is employed by Arkansas - Missouri Power Company as a Meter Tester. The lowest paid man in the National Guard receives $1.30 per hour. You may get on the payroll by going by the Armory at 300 South Second Street and joining the National Guard, I'hone 3-6778. 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