The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1955 · Page 14
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(ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18,19M Southern Governors Grope for Direction In 1956 Campaign By DON WII1TEHEAD POINT CLEAR, Ala. (AP) — Southern Democratic governors — without a strong man to lead them and lacking a unifying issue — are groping today for direction in the 1956 presidential campaign. This political fact became clear effort is being made from Texas in background talk which accompanied the formal opening of the 2Ist annual Southern Governors Conference attended by the chief executives of 16 Southern and border states. One Democratic governor who asked not to be named said an r BIG CHANGE—Far cry from Hie washboard Chung Sook Park was used to at home is this automatic washer. The 22- year-old Korean is studying at Columbus, Ohio, and snys the number of machines has convinced her that "everything is so-complicated" in the United States. Accident Reported In an accident yesterday at 6:30 p.m. on Cherry Street between Lilly and Holland, a car driven by Mrs. James N. White, Clear Lake Farm, collided with a car driven by Charlie Phillips, 320 S. 16th, police stated. According to police reports, the car driven by Mrs. White struck the rear end of the Phillips car as it was stopped on Cherry Street. The police report stated the Phillips car sustained damage to the left rear fender and bumper. The right front fender and headlight ot the White car was damaged. to organize a conservative Southern coalition which would be able to speak with authority In the Democratic National Convention, and thus have a strong voice in the selection of the nominee and drafting of a platform. But this source said: "The effort so far has received a cold reception." However, he said a coalition couldn't be ruled out at this early stage of the precampaign maneuvers and he wouldn't say ii could not come to pass. "\o Man or Issue" •The truth is there isn't a mai or an issue to pull these peopl into an organized bloc at this time." he said. "There's no strong leader. And I can't see any issue which is going to bring about a Southern union. (The New" York Times reported in a dispatch from Washington that Senate Majority Leader Johnson (D-Tex) is seeking to form a powerful central coalition within the Democratic party which would enable Southern conservatives to force an "open" convention, avoid an automatic nomination of Stevenson ttnd force the adoption of moderate platform.) Anyone trying to form a coalition of Southern states will have a difficult time if the temper of governors here is an accurate reflection of political though tin their home states. Already it is clear that the political lineup of the Dixie governors is taking this form: 1. One group — by far the largest — will be "loyal" to the Democratic party and its nominees, with strong indications that Adlai Stevenson is the front-running prospective candidate. 2. Gov. George Bell Timmerman Jr., of South Carolina, represents the thinking of a small number that a third party movement Is a "strong possibility." 3. Texas' Gov. Allan Shivers, who iupported President Eisenhower in 1952, is the advocate of "an Eisenhower type" Democratic nominee. He hRs announced his personal opposition to Stevenson as the Democratic standard bearer. On the Republican side, Maryland's Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin made his presence felt by declaring Eisenhower — if he doesn't run — should indicate whom he wants to receive the GOP presidential nomination. Opening their workshop discussions, the governor's considered problems of education, highways, r inances and water conservation. Commodity And Stock Markets- Ntw Yarfc Cotton Dec 3278 3289 Mar 3175 3212 May 3137 3169 July 3027 3070 3273 3172 3131 302! New Orleans Cotton Dec 3274 Mar 3185 May 3135 July 3030 3286 3223 3172 3067 Chicago Wheat Dec .... 203'\ 203 3 i May .... 201! 2 201 !b Chicago Corn Dec . May . 127-,, 134 J, Chicago Soybeans Nov Jan . Mar July .. 234?j> 237K .. 239% 240 Vi .. 24054 242 .. 238'A 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 Int Harvester Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum ... Studebaker Standardo f N J . Texas Corp Sears U S Steel FAIR AND WETTER—Sarah Lee. of Memphis. Tenn.. "Fairest of the Fair of 1955" thought it \vas fun to help bathe a prize heifer at the Mid-South Fair in Memphis But she got a. most unexpected shower' bath when the beast shook itself Walter Ruby, right, the regular heifer tender, was glad to give up his job for the moment. ... 177 5-8 ... 75 1-4 ... 64 ... 147 3-8 ... 93 3-8 ... 125 3-4 ... 48 1-8 ... 132 1-4 ... 86 3-4 ... 46 1-8 ... 36 3-4 II™ Talks Continue ... 55 5-8 ... 93-4 ... 128 Phone Contract 103 1-2 102 3-4 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. HI. 1*1—(USDA) — Hogs 10,500; generally lower on weights 180 Ib up; bulk 180-250 Ib in' mixed lots U. S. 1, 2 and 3 grade 14.60-75; mostly Is around 220 Ib 14.90; 170 Ib down steady to 25 lower; 140-170 Ib 13.25-14.50; 100-130 Ib 11.25-12.75: sows mostly steady although some weakness on weights under 350 Ib; majority 400 Ih down 13.75-14.25; a few 14.50; 400 Ib up 13.00-14.00; boars 8.00-11.00. Cattle 5,500; calves 1.000; steady to strong; choice 22.00-23.00; good to low choice kind 18.00-21.50; cows utility and commercial 10.00-13.00; canners and cutters 7.50-10.00; bulls utility and commercial 11.5013.50; vealers good and choice 20.00-25.00; high choice and prime 25.00-28.00; cull to good 10.00-19.00. ST. LOUIS I/Pi— Negotiations for a new contract for 51,000 CIO em- ployes of the six-state Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. continued today although a union official reports progress" in the past two sessions Frank Lonergan. assistant dire tor of district 6 for the Commui cations Workers of America, SE no progress was made yesterday a: Saturday although last week, e company has shown signs "of rea wanting to negotiate." A strike has been authorized union members, at the discretion their negotiating committee. T union's national executive board a proved the action. Negro Deaths Janie Montgomery Services for Janie Montgomery, 84, Mass Test Of New TB Drug Planned NEW YORK l.f — The National Tuberculosis Assn. and the U. S. Public Health Service are planning a mms.s tost to find out how effectively the drug isoniazid prevents tuberculosis. The test plans were disclosed yesterday at a news conlVrence. Dr. Carrol! E. Palmer of ihe Public Health Service said the test will be conducted in a way similar to the Salk polio vaccine tests, starting within a year. Half of ihe test group will get isoniazid pills while the other half will unknowingly -jet ordinary suii- ar pills. The difference in results i between the two groups will show | the drug's effectivenes.s. j Palmer said that if the druu \ proves as effective in humans as it; has been in animals, entire populations can be protected against ihe disease at very lit lie cost, since the drug is produced cheaply. Tuberculosis now kills abo'it 20.000 Americans each year, out of 400,000 cases, Palmer inid. FAURE (Continued from Page 1) signed to give French Morocco more .self-rule began creaking into operation, hut there was doubt whether it would satisfy fervent nationalists. The new four-man Council of the Throne, named as ii compromise to set up the first repivscnhitive trovernmeni the protectorate has ever known, held ii.s first meeting yesterday as student riots cost four lives in Murnikerh. The council is taking over (he functions of the throne, L vacant since pro-French Sultan Mohammed Ben Moulay Arafa was shooed 4iers. The council's first, job is to a premier capable of whp- Caruthersyllle Band Appears In Festival JACKSON. Mo. — The Caruthers- vine Ilisli School Bund, directed by Edgar Ailor, will be one of 10 bandi going through maneuvers at the eleventh annual Southeast Missouri Band Festival here tonight. In event of rain, the festival will be postponed to next Tuedsay. Twelve other bnnds will paradt during the night's performance. Bands at the festival include Caruthersville. Hayti, Wanlell, Sikeston. Poplar Bluff, Cape Gira.rd.eau, Chat tec. Cliarleslon. Dcering. Dexter, Doniphan. East Prairie, Hay- PK together a cabinet reprcsen-] ward, Illmo-F'ornicll. Jackson, Ken- tative of all section-s of opinion and able to function effectively. Hurricane Katie Heads Seaward MIAMI, Pla. t7P>—Hurricane forecasters expected to bid good by 10 Katie today as the season's ilth tropical storm whirled northeastward in the open sea. Katie, spinning along at 20 m.p.n. some 700 miles east of Florida, hart winds of bare hurricane force 75 miles an hour over a small area near the center and gale winds extended only 50 miles out. A forecaster in the Miami Weather Bureau said Katie lost much of ler punch during her 160-trip across the big island of Hispaniola and Znever completely recovered." Haiti and the Dominican Republic share the island where the storm! New Seven-Cent Stamps Out Soon Postmaster General Arthur E. Summerfieki has announced phins to issue a new seven-cent Woodro\v Wilson stamp. The new stamp, 13th o! the new regular series now being released, will be placed on sale Jan. 10, at Strum ton, Va. The stamp, color of which has not. yet been deckled, will feature a Likenes.1 of the World War I pres- nett, Lilbourn, Maiden, Neelyville, Parma, Perryville and Bell City. Professor George Wilson, director of band and orchestra at tht University of Missouri at Columbia, will be the guest conductor. PLANE (Continued from Page 1) F. Graham Cootes, the Post Office Department said. ers and streams began to recede before inflicting serious damage. Massachusetts counted five dead and estimated that highway flood damage amounted to $200,000. In Rhode Island two were dead. The Blackstone River threatened to repeat it.? August deluge but finally began to recede without cans- thrashed ashore with 115-mile winds. | in " T " reElt damage. Reports said two small towns were j ~ ' , , , , damaged but there were no imme- '• Magazine Okayed were scheduled tor 1 p.m. today in | diiue repo! . [s of Cil5uames at Anse . j W / SHINGTON ,./_ After exam . his reported fiancee. Joe Ann Burdiek, an Anaheim, Calif., dancing instructor. Miss Burdick said she and the , " G-f'oot. 6-inch sportsman had in- ident reproduced from a dmwmg^by j tpnded to be married next St< Val . emine'.s day. The Civil Aeronautics Administration planned to investigate the crash this morning. Thome, heir to a New York banking fortune, long had been known as a pilot of fast-planes cars, and motorcycles. The Thome Engineering Special he built in 1946 was driven to victory in the Indianapolis Speedway classic by George Robson. Before moving to Las Vegas about seven years ago, Thorne was a frequent headline-maker around Hollywood. He was twice injured severely in motorcycle accidents and still walked with a cane. FLOODS (Continued from Page U New Typhoon TOKYO f/Pl —- A new typhoon Opal — was whipping the Pacif into mountainous waves 210 mil southwest of the U. S. military ba tion of Okinawa today. Wea therm t. forecast the storm, with centr winds of 85 miles per hour, \vou be about 100 miles west of Ok nawa Wednesday afternoon. Jackets Jackets Jackets We've Got'em! WASH IT! HANG IT! WEAR IT! Cloth - Leather - Suede This is Ihe most complete line of jackets we have seen in a lonjf lime! We have SUEDES that are Dry Clean- ahle with all nylon knit trim, long wearing LEATHERS and CLOTHS of sturdy materials that wear wonderfully. When we say all types we mean it! All types of collars, all styles, all colors solid and two tones. YOU CAN'T GO WRONG; this fall and winter your toy can he warm and feel good in a new jacket! Sizes 1 (o 20. NYLON JACKETS • Washing Machine WashabU • Nylon Fleece • Never Needs Pressing "STORMAWAYS" by Chips W Twigs In Prlncctoni Nylon Fllttc*. They're washable and »pnl» and Malm disappeir like m«glc. They're sharp looking and will make Mom's work «>l<ir too. You can get matching nylon caps U you like! WASH'N'WEAR AQUAJAC The All Nylon Reversible WA/iX wind resistant, lightweight...AND WASHABLE Aquajac goes through the washing machine as easily a a handkerchief! Hangs out ready-to-wear in just a few hours. And Aquajac doubles up on fashion and value Silicon water-repellent nylon reversing to a contraitinj •oft nylon (leece. A two-for-one value for only 19.95 From $8.98 To $12.98 for M«n and Boys = MARTIN'S Men's Store Available in charcoal, red, black, blue and brown. of casualties at Anse- Methodist Church ! a-Petre. coastal town of 800 on the j Haitian snide, or at Pedernales, on *<• °°™ nicn side ' Enoch Chapel with Rev. I. C. Davis officiating. inir.g' contents of advance copies.; the Post Office Department has de- Fishermen Found KUSHIRO. Japan IJJ — Bodies of 25 fishermen from two boats that She died Sunday at the home of a ' u;t J-'umimutin siue. cided to allow the January issue of. capsized during a storm off north_,,,,,, | IMf the homes in Anse-a-Pitre Confidential, an "expose" mnga-i crn Japan were washed ashore cousin on Carr Street. Caston Fun-| v;ere ^ported destroyed and KB; zine published at Mourn Morris, j here yesterday. Six others are still eraL Home was in charge. I houses were damaged in PedcrnalL'S. j ill., to go through the mails. ' missing. ANNOUNG DESIGNED FOR THE SUPER-HIGHWAY AGE NEW Push-Bufton Driving ... NEW 255 V-8 Horsepower! Push-button driving is here ... on the 1956 De Soto. Revolutionary in design . . . superbly simple . . . you just touch a button and . . . Go! That's all there is to it ... no levers to get in your way. Push-button control is safely located on the loft side of the instrument panel. A light touch of your finger tip and you're off ... just like that. You'll have to try it to believe it. See the brilliant new 1956 De Soto with amazing push-button driving, on display now at your De Soto Dealer's. Never has any, automobile boasted such tremendous "get-up-and-go". De Soto's new V-8 power (up to 255 hp) gives you "out front" performance at any speed. Sizzling "high torque take-offs" . . . lightning fast emergency "step down" power for quicker, safer passing. No matter what you're after in a new car, De Soto's got it. New Flight-Sweep styling, luxurious new interiors, glamorous exterior color combinations. Now more than ever before . . . Drive A De Soto Before You Decide! NEW FODWAM) LOOK MOTOR SALES CO. 110 W. Walnut Elbert Leasure Hi. 3-6M4

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