The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1955 · Page 14
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PAQ1 f UUHfHM BLITHE TILLS (ARK.)' OOT7RIBR WBW1 MONDAY, OCTOBER IT, 19» t' r? *, • - ''W^wsfe^ *.»• Ten B57B Jet Bombtrs Swoop Over Blyfhevllle Air Fore* Bat* Commodity And Stock Markets- N«w York Cotton Dec 3273 3279 3263 Mar 3173 3194 3171 May 3115 3149 3115 July 3013 3051 3013 New Orleans Cotton Dec . Mar . May . July . 3268 . 3181 , 3120 . 3020 3277 3203 3146 3050 3262 3181 3117 3017 3277 3187 3135 3029 Chicogo Wheat Dec .... 202% 203% May .... 200'/ s 201% Chkcgo Com Dec .... 127i'a 128 May .... 133'/ B 134% 202% 200'/a 203% 201 "A 127 134 Chicago Soybeans Nov .... 232% 236 232 Jan 235'/ 2 239 235'/ 2 Mar ../ 236% 240% 236% July 23614 239'A 236 134 Vi 234 '/• 238 2401/4 23B& New York Stocks A T and T 177 5-8 Amer Tobacco 76 Anaconda Copper 63 5-8 Befh Steel 148 1-8 Chrysler 93 1-2 Coca-Cola 125 3-1 Gen Electric 47 3-1 Gen Motors 132 3-8 Montgomery Ward 86 1-2 N Y Central 46 Int Harvester 36 1-4 Republic Steel 48 1-8 Radio 43 1-8 Socony Vacuum 55 1-2 Studebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears U S Steel 3 5-8 126 1-2 103 3-4 102 5-8 54 5-8 IKE (Continued from Page 1) showed that Eisenhower's henrl performance had "stabilized at n satisfactory level" — apparently sooner than the doctors had expected. Prom now on cardiograms will be taken "at less frequent Intervals," the hospital said. There was none Saturday, and one yesterday showed the situation "stable and unchanged from his previous reo ord." 3. Col. Thomas W. Mattingly. an Army heart specialist who flew here from Washington a few hours after Eisenhower's attack. 15 returniiiK to his post at Walter Reed Hospital in the capital. A medical bulletin from the hospital lute yesterday carried the now familiar encouraging note the chief executive continuing to "prugress satisfactorily without complications." Tlie doctors also reported that the President's bed again was rolled out onto an open terrace near his eighth-floor room, and lhat he got 40 minutes of sunshine and fresh air. Mrs Eisenhower sat with him on the sun decfr. For his earlier session in an easy chair, Eisenhower decked himself out, in gay bow tie — red with blue polka dots — snapped Into place around the collar of yellow pajamas. The somewhat garish ties with pajamas reilect a Jovial mood and always Ret a laugh from the President's visitors In line with the slow and easy recovery program charted by his physicians, Eisenhower is being permitted a few more privilege's this fourth weefc of his convalescence — more conferences with government officials, for example Mere It the schedule: Wednesday — Secretary of Stale Dulles, coming back for his second hospital talk with the President The first was last Tuesday. Dulles' latest conference will be a day in advance of a Washington meeting with congressional leaders of both, parties to brief them on policy plant In connection with the Big Four foreign ministers parley opening in Geneva Oct. 27. Dulles leaven for Geneva Saturday. Friday — Atty. Ocn. Brownel will fly from Washington to discus; Justice Department matters. The President will also meet Wednesday or Thursday with Dillon Anderson, an aide who handles national security matters. FLOODS (Continued from Page 1) tion: Connecticut: Five known dead and 10 persons missing and presumed dead. Norwalk's business and home damage was estimated at well over four million dollars. Three TJ. S. Rubber plants in Naugatuc! were knocked out and the companj said 5,000 workers would be out o jobs temporarily, Danbury Stamford suffered multimillion-dol Inr damage. But state official said the over-all property damage would not approach the estimate* 215 million dollar loss of last Au gust. Gov, Abraham A. Ribicof said today rivers are receding The New Haven Railroad, whicl suspended most of its traffic yes terday, resumed commuter service between Stamford and New York, by using emergency bus service in some areas. Bolstered by offers o help from the White House and oth er federal agencies, communities went about starting to repair the damage. Thousands were home less. Half of the 1,500 National Guardsmen on active duty yesterday returned to stand-by status. New York: Eleven persons dead and aboul 4,500 persons homeless until the surging flood waters recede. The Ulster County town of Ellenville. just beginning to recover from Hurricane Diane, suffered $400.000 damage. Nine hundred families in Ulster County alone were evacuat- Schoharie and Greene counties also suffered severely. To the lorth the big Mohawk River went i foot over flood stage at Troy, nit was receding in the Schenec- ady and Amsterdam areas. The Mohawk hit n penk of 33 feet—six 'eel over ilood stage—at 4 a.m. to- lay at Amsterdam, then started to drop. New York Central trains to nd from the west were about 10 ninutes behind schedule while workmen repaired one passenger rack west of Amsterdam. Service 'U the Central's Boston & Albany livision was restored early lodtiy ifter a washout near Woronoco, rfass. Beside road, bridge and 'Uilding damage, rural communi- ies were hit by loss of livestock, "ho Albany Weather Bureau said loocl waters appeared generally to ie leveling off nnd the rain letting ip. Seven persons reported dead. The threat of serious floods passed as rivers and streams receded. The danger of dams washing out at Camptown, near the New York border at Towanda; and near Allentown eased. Officials said there was little Caruthersville Honor Society Inducts 21 CAR UTHERSVILLE — Twenty- one new members were inductee into Caruthersville chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools during an assembly at the high school Friday afternoon. Clara Ellen Hicks, president of the organization, presided over the meeting. Afterwards, a reception was held for members and guests. Thfe club now has 35 members. New members are Eddie Adams, Sue Bader, Patricia Beecher, Carolyn Davis, Harlan Garner, Nancj Foster, Paul Hill, Linda Hopke, Doris King, Betty McAdams, Bunnie VanAusdall, Jane Ellen. Markey, Bob Mollett, Mary Payne, Jo Ann Prost, Ann Richardson,, Mary Etta Speight, Ted Streets, Ann Taylor, Jimmj^Payne and Connie Parrott. 8th Grader Is Hayfi Queen HAYTI—Miss Cassandra Carlock, 13-year-old eighth grader, was crowned queen of Hayti's annual school carnival on the high school athletic field Saturday night, Other contestants- were Misses Billle Jean Mobley, seventh grade; Prances Vivrett, ninth; Lynn Verdel, tenth; Glenda Craft, eleventh; Evelyn Kinkhardt, twelfth. Purpose of the carnival was to obtain funds to buy new football equipment. kelihood they would give way. The win communities of Stroudburg and East Strotidsbwg were sptired anther rainage by Brodheads Creek, hlch alone took 70 lives just two [ nonths ago. Almost all major roads \ /ere open but some secondary routes /ere washed out. Massachusetts and Riiode Island: Rhode Island, three dead; Mass- chusetts, one. Pears of new floods and washouts abated when the Wea- { ther Bureau said additional rainfall i would be negligible. But the bu- j reau said the weather picture was ! "complicated." The storm brought the season's first snowfall in west- j ern Massachusetts and parts of j Vermont and New Hampshire yes- i terday. Bus, rail, anxl auto trans- > portation between Boston and New ! York resumed with some delays. The Blackstone River crested at Woonsocket, R. I., in late morning today with only minor floding. This city had been hard hit by Diane. CHS to Present Operetta At Caruthersville CARUTHERSVILLE — "Let rne give you some advice, my boy. They say whiskey inflames the stomach.' 1 These are words spoken by Marto to Sinfo, two amusing Gypsies in the "Gypsy Rover." an operetta to be presented by the high school mixed chorus Nov. 11 at the school. Edgar Ailor, music director, is in charge of the production. Leading roles of Rob and Lady Constance will be played by Harold Gortner and Virginia Ann White. Marto and Sinfo will be Joe White and Jerry Butler. Other members of the cast will include Nancy Roebuck, Shelby Privett, John Martin, Lee Bennett- Jones, Regena Moody and Jerry Piggins. Rites Tomorrow For T. L. Clements, Former Resident Services for Tony L. Clements, 48, of Little Rock, formerly of Blyihevtlle, will be conducted at Griffin Leg-gett Funeral Home in Little Rock tomorrow by Dr. Marion Bogps. Burial will be in National Cemetery, Little Rock. Mr. Clements, who resided in Blytheville before World War II and a short time thereafter, died in Lincoln. Neb., Thursday, of a heart attack. He was employed by Burlington Railroad. Survivors include his wife, Eileen Foster Clements of Little Rock; his mother, Mrs. L. T. Wood of Blytheville; a brother, Harold B. Wood of Blytheville; and one sister, Mrs. H. A. Rimer of Memphis. d Courier News Classified Ads. Three Accidents Are Reported In a*i accident yesterday at II p.m. on East Main Street a car driven by Willie Alston. Rt. 3, Blytheville. collided with a car driven by Otis Hardin, 510 E. Cherry. Blytheville. The left front fender of Alston's vehicle was damaged and Hardin's car sustained damage to the right ! back fender, according to police reports. In a mishap at Eighth and West Main at 3 p.m. yesterday a car driven by Deanna Jackson, Manila, collided with a car driven by Lar- Nucklos. Blytheville Air Force Base. The rear end of the Jackson car was damaged as was the front end of the Nucklos' car. At 1 p.m. yesterday at the intersection of Highland and Highway, 61. a car driven by James Price, ' 1305 N. Sixth, collided with a car; driven by Marietta Harrington, 2038 J W. Chickasawba. Price's car sustained damage to i -he right side and the Harrington i car was damaged on the front j fender and door, according to police reports. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Healing Subttance That Doei Both— Relieve* Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids New York. S. Y. (Spceii!) - For the first time icience has found a new healing substance with the astonish- inf ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all - results were •o thorough that ittfferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to b« a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*) — discovery of « world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H* At yoor druggist. Money back guarantee. •a««. 0.8. Ttt or. -NOTICE- BLYTHEVILLE CURB MKT. 130E. Main St. Apples Per Bushel - $1.50 LARGE MICHIGAN PEARS Halloween Pumpkins We Pay Highest Prices For Pecans — Open Until 10 p.m. Webb Returm Dr. Jack Webb, eye, mr, nose •nd throat specialist, has returned to hll office at 620 W. Main, after (tkndlac » medic*) ooov«H4on in Chicago. FATHERS TELL SONS about THE FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. It means a lol lo a boy lo be close friends with his father. He's apt to want lo look like him, dress like him, be like him. OUR CHIME CLOCK PLAYS: "Lord, thru this hour Be thou our nulde So by thy power No foot «n«ll HW«.- If he sees his father's REGl'LAR DEPOSITS at the bank hear interest and build up enough to buy himself a bicycle, he's likely to lake up the habit of thrift for himselfs — and later, for his children. One of the best favors that parents can do for their children is to start them young with a helpful, soundly managed bank. And who could he mor* welcome here than the young people whose families have deal! with us for years! —: Oldest Bank ft) Mississippi County :— THE FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. TIME TRIED - PANIC TESTED Mratar Tttml town tjtttm M* f. 0. 1. C. Hays Personal Shopper service is an EXCLUSIVE service. Actually, our personal shopper is trained to shop for you as well as YOU YOURSELF would do. PHONE 2-2001 . . . List your order with our trained personal shopper. . . See what a wonderful new time-saving service Hays offers you. Finest Shortening SNOWDRIFT ... 3 Ibs 790 290 140 980 NU WAY BLEACH Qt. IV0 2 for 290 Blue Plate, 12 oz. Glass PEANUT BUTTER Pride of Illinois, Yellow or White Uo. 303 CREAM STYLE CORN 5M Lb. Bo\ KING SIZE FAB Finest Bush No. 303 Can SHELLY BEANS Fresh Ground HAPPY HOST COFFEE ..' Lb. Heinz, Glass Jar BABY FOOD Full 46 Oz. MABIB 0 PUNCH 12 Oz. Spam TREET OR PREM Brachs, 2 Lb. ORANGE SLICES 80 200 380 390 CLUB STEAK Choice Mature Beef LB. 49 C SLAB BACON Frosty Morn, By the piece LB. 39 C SPARE RIBS Fresh and Meaty LB. 39 C PORKCHOPS Center Cuts Turnip Greens Or Mustard 2BCHS. Pascal Celery Fresh Calif. * A STLK. 1 0 C Tokay Grapes New, Red 3 IBS. Sweet Potatoes Fancy No. 1 LB. 5' These Prices Good From Monday Noon thru Thursday BOYS JACKETS Fine jackets for school. Famous I.owenstein fabrics, water repellant. Sizes 3 to 14. $395 SPORT SHIRTS For men and boys. Dan River ginghams and flannels. Special $|98 Painters' Overalls Fully sanforized, proportioned fit. Sizes 32 to 42. $2*9 Fatigue Pants Fine quality, pants and jackets, made of sateen twill. LIVI5 DOUBLE-KNEE WESTERN JEANS FOR BOYS • tfMcitlly dHitiwd fw ywnptm by lt» m«km of ttmoui LEVI'S • eltctronkilly-tuHil, rurifrtt* itouWt knmi fw «tn w»u • SinfotiMd, wtiile-bKfc 9-ot. hw«y dtnim • zlpptr fly, wilitimd HO? Mtntr, ltd Copptr Rinti MMttMM 2.79 WE CASH ALL PAYROLL CHECKS FREE

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