The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1955 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) 1 COURIER MEWS PAGE THREK Faure Triumphant In Second Vote On African Policies PARIS (APj — Twice victor in National Assembly votes on his North African policies, Premier ICdgar Faure appeared able today to look forward to a month's respite from parliamentary attack. Obituary W. A. Tennison Services Held Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton (1Z:M qinUUanil He won his latest victory last night with a 308-254 vote of confidence from the Assembly on his plans lor restoring order and promoting political reforms in Algeria. CARUTHERSVILLE — Services | for William Austin Tennison, 74, i who died ;it his homo here la.st Wednesday, were conducted at 2:30 p.m. Friday at LaForge Funeral Home with the Rev. Mr. Mitchell I officiating. | Burial was in Little Prarie Cem- i etery. ' The retired farmer was born Oct. ID. 1880. in Lurton. Ark. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mary Tennison of Caruthersville: Daily Cotton Consumption Increases WASHINGTON (to — The Census Bureau reported today cotton con. sumption for the period of September averaged 34,994 bales for each working day. This compared with an average of 32,698 bales for the corresponding:'period a year ago, and with, 35.8(jl for the August period this} j year. Red Newesmen See Wall Street NEW YORK (.•PI — Six touring newsmpii from Russia ventured down Lo Wall Street yesterday to .see at first hand what Soviet newspapers have long viewed a.s a place Dec . Mar . May . Jlllv . 3275 3203 3161 3059 3293 3225 3184 3079 3275 3203 3160 3059 3287 3214 3168 3068 New Orleans Cotton Dec Mar July 3282 3216 . 31G6 30(12 3296 3234 3185 3278 3280 3216 3165 3062 The 54-vote margin surprised even his most optimistic supporters. Nine days earljer he had carried j "V" off an even more .surprisi 4gn-77j n ' 140 endorsement of his Moroccan policies. Can Proceed Each time, he came back from what looked like certain defeat. Each time he benefited from special circumstances, but hi.s own nimble parliamentary tootwork also contributed to his successes. With the two voting hurdle.s behind him. Faure now should be able to concentrate on applying the . reform programs for Morocco and i Algeria which the Assembly ap- 3069 Chicago Wheat Dec .... 201 '» 202 May .... 199'., 200', In voting confidence in the «ov- i ' : enynent, the Assembly approved ^I thi same resolution it had turned procedural three daughters. Mrs. Maudie Martin, St. Louis, Mrs. Daisy Pickett, a Louise, Miss., and Mrs. Eva g. Springfield, Mo.; two sons. Lloyd of Springfield and Claude j of Buchanan, Mich.; a .sister, Mrs. I Anglla Plud. earnest Okla., three brothers, John, Haskell. Okla, Geo- The daily average consumption j workers. of very .sinister influence indeed. They came away saying they had had a very nice time. Keith Punston, president of the Now York Siock Exchange. -met the group and explained how the U. S. economy operates to provide the average S13.700 of capital investment for tools and equipment used by each o[ the nation's millions of SLAYING (Continued from Page 1) of linters was 5,353 bales compared xviih 3,684 a year ago and 5,059 year. that free for the August period this Consumption of cotton in September period was 874,837 compared with 717,227 in the Au-j an open •market, has advantages gust period and 817,459 a year ago. 1 that o :;weish any disadvantages from slumps. rge Carlisle, Ark., and Kels, Lur-1 ton. Ar' , and 18 grandchildren. John Gills Rites Are Conducted INTEGRATION (Continued from Page 1) court suit of our own." he to were clean-cut youngsters with close-cropped hair, who dressed neatly in jeans and jackets with emblems proclaiming that they were fans of the -Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Cubs. Robert's mother Dorothy, 37, collapsed and was put under a physician's care. Seven blocks away, the other mother. Eleanor Schuessler, also 37, sobbed uncontrollably. "My life . . . my arms . . . my legs .. . now gone," she cried. Once she started to rise from the conch a.s neighbors and a prist attempted to comfort her, screaming: ". . . T want my boys! I want where prices adjust on; my boys!" Identified Sons Schuessler, who lived in Germany during- his childhood, although he was born in this country, said: "When you get to the point thai children can't go to the movies in the afternoon and j>et home safely, something is wrong with the country." Schuessler and- Peterson went to fh,= moi-Rtie to identify their sons One of (he visiioss warned to know why the United States has not learned to control the business cycle. Punston replied economy, John Hodiak Dies of Attack TAKZANA, Calif. (#> — Movie ac• John Hodiak collapsed at home j CARUTHERSVILLE — Services! the first skirmish in a long with said. I Guthridge, and Branton I lesser degree, see Hoxie as only j so to work and died of a heart ai- \ the body of John, and collapsed tig baule. lack. i today shortly alter getting up to j Schues-sler cried out when he saw for John Gills. 51, were conducted j "We'll fight integration every. The handsome 41-year-old actor! Two Tuesday afternoon at the Nazarpne ' inch 01* the way in every one of} v.as in iiie midst of making the pic- tho ' 'Arkansas' 423 school districts." j tiire ''Thresh hold of Space." He is s *' ' top Anton's body. Church Rev. in Brosley, Mo. U. L. Redding and Rev. j Shearer officiaied. Burial i Guthridge. *'We won't give up i divorced from actress Anne Baxter. frie:ids half carried him to the main floor of the morgue and then carried him to their car when his less folded under him. _ . j a single school through default." Hodiak has starred in such films j Peterson sobbed quietly after a.s "Bell fur Adano" and was dis-i seeing Robert's body. 2001. 4 198' 4 Chicago Corn Dec May 133' 4 him and his enemies are wniMn; ! only for an opportune moment to : (five him the six. He »ot a number ' of votes ye.sierdiiy from deputies : who announced they opposed his was at Brosley with H. S. Smith | Branton says: Funeral Home of Caruihersville! "We are prepared to fight in all [covered in the picture "Life Boat"} Tracing: the boys' movements, in charge. . of the cases that need fighting." j by director Alfred Hitchcock. i police found that they had gone to , The retired farmer was born June ; bin he adds that he doesn't think; One of his most recent films was- two bowling: alleys Sunday night, •2. 1904. in Tiptonville, Tenn., and j they.'ll all need fighting. j "The Caine Mutiny." ! apparently after attending the i died after a lingering illness last j "We know we're goina to havej j movie in'the Loop. The ditch where the bodies were Chicago Soybean* down last Friday vole. Faure's trouble-* were far from over, however. A bi^ segment 'of! his support has slipped away from j Sunday> A I[lcm!jcr of the Baplist ' church, he lived near Portageville most of his life. Mr. Gills was married to Miss Mary Ford in Carinhersville on Oct. 27, 1929. ,urv 10 file some suits in Arkansas." he!... . .. says, but- he hopes that examples | Kight at Home "will be contagious." And both .sides reel that Hoxie may be a contagious example. CHELSEA. Vi. W — Henry Jel-1 bcrt, 49, of Chicopee. Mass., won't! j found is about 10 miles northwest , of the Loop. have to go far to serve the 30 days; Mrs. Hobby Honored yester- Nov Jan July 239 241'. 239', 233 L, 237 238'., 236 '2 2331 : 238 :i .. 236'; JOAS Executive I Dies in Capital New York Stocks A T and T Amer Tobacco An;>.concia Copper Be'.h Sieel Chrysler Coca-Cnia Gen Electric Gen Motors , , Monmomery Ward N Y Central Tut Harvester Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum Suiciebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp Soars U S Sieel 177 5-8 WASHINGTON tft — Dr. Carlos' D.ivilo. secretary general of the : 74 3-4 i Organization °^ American States. I die:i early today. ] . man-wriu.T had been seriously ill; ; since last June uiit'ii lie underwent ! ;;n operation for a kifiney ailment. ! I A lu'iiri attack la.st Sunday has-; : tened his death. i i The operation disclosed thai Dr i Davila suffered from cancer. But i ; he refused to give up and did much \ 1 of his work almost to the end of i his colorful career. j The OAS is an organization of: i the 21 American republics. to which he was sentenced y ! day in Municipal Court on a chanre , DA LLAS. Tex ,.„ __ Mrs _ Oveta I of intoxication. He will serve time c , H bb p r( , 5ident of the HoU5 . , ra Orange County Ja.l. where he ,s lonP p ost and former secretary of . employed as a coo*. heallh| education and welfare ; wlll ! j be presented an award by the State ; LONDON t.f;—Dr. Albert Schweit-! Qho'lr Fund Raised ! ^ ail °' Texas as tile Woman of the | zer. 80-year-old missionary, musi-' j Year today. | cinn. philosopher and Nobel prize Thp Cm . |sdan Relief club at Bap . j n Honors Dr. Schweitzer Negro Deaths Jim Phillips Ssrvicss tor Jim Phillips, who di*d j p l^Tcian'To"obscure"iepers""or"the winner who for 41 years has been ti.st Church sponsored a chair rally 64 3-! MS :!-« 05 3-3 1L'5 1-2 48 1-4 133 3-4 87 4li 1-8 38 5-8 48 1-2 43 7-8 56 5-8 9 1-2 128 1-2 IOC 103 54 3-4 home at 623 Boone Street yes- teiclay. will be conducted at. 11 a.m. Sunday at West End Baptist Church b; Rev. O. C. Johnson, pastor. Burial will bo in Ml. Ziun Omctery with Hornc Funeral Homo in charge. Survivors include hi.s wife. Lizzie Philips of BlythviUe; two nephews. Harlt'y Givens of St. Louis and Ver- r.on Walton of St. Louis; and n niece. Erma Gillcspie of Ho!. Springs. area, went to Palace today and was invested by j Queen Elizabeth II with the insig- \ nia of an honorary member of the '• Order of Merit. It is one of the'most restricted and cherished orders the British .sovereign con bestow. Only 24 liv- ine; Britons may hold it at any time. The only other livina" non- Briton to be an honorary member is President Eisenhower. New CAP Chief i Sunday and raised S97.67. accord- to reports by committees. I _ I WASHINGTON — Maj. Gen. Wal- j ter R. Agee, USAF, has been as- i signed to Civil Air Patrol's nation• al headquarters and will be vice BURLINGTON. VI. U»-About 30 commander until Maj. Gen. Lucas . , „ Already Remoyed miles of copper Wire have been ?lo!en off telephone poles in the i Burlington area. The rheft was discovered when a lineman weni: to! remove the wires, which no longer j were in use. j V. Beau leaves active Air Force duty at which time General Agee will assume command. Courier NeW-p Classified Ads Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. III. <#—(USDAi — HOKS 8.000; active. very uneven; 180-250 Ib mostly 10 lower; sows steady to 25 lower; about 50 head around 210-215 Ib; of the fraternity. U. S. 1 grade 15.00; bulk 180-250 Ib mixed lots 14.50-75; 140-170 Ib! 13.50-14.75; '100-130 Ib 11.50-13.0": I sows •lOO Ib down 13.75-14.00; 400 Ib j up mostly 13.00-75; boar's 8.2511.50. Cattle 3.500; calves 800; opening trade slow on steers and heifers: few lots choice steady at 22.0023.25; cows steady to strong; bulk utility and commercial 10.50-13.00; canners and cutters 7.50-10.00; utility and commercial 12.00-14.00; vealers steady; good and choice 20.00-85.00; high choice and prime 25.00-28.00; cull to good 10.00-19.00. Witnesses Hear Spea&er A delegation from Blytheville recently heard W. D. Couch deliver the featured Bible discourse at the climax of a three-day Circuit Assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses at the Community Building in Judsonia. If You Catch More Than One Cold A Winter Here's how to relieve suffering fast! Use Vicks VapoRub* -the proved medication that works two ways at once. . When you rub it on. Vapo- Rub quickly relieves muscular soreness. At (tie same Lime. VapoRub's medicated vapors bring relief with every breath. Soothing medication travels deep into the nose, throat and large bronchial tubes. Congestion starts breaking up. Coughing eases. Warming relief comes, lasts for hours. So when colds strike, always depend on Virks VapoRub! '56 Chevrolet sets new Pikes Peak record in top-secret test! Not long ago a. hush-hush, camouflaged '56 Chevrolet scorched the nerve-breaking road up Colorado's Pikes Peak for a new NASCAR" certified record—the first time that old King of the Mountains has seen a new official stock car record in years! And what a road! 170 chilling turns and no guardrail! It's the first and only time a new model ever proved itself such a great road car before its introduction! The '56 Chevrolet showed the kind of performance that makes driving safer and more fun. So wait for the car that beat the King of the Mountains! ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! You'd pay more for the large bowl alone .,. yet we offer the entire set at this low pricel Iff BIG ... it'« BEAUTIFUL! It's the most useful «t ever! Lightweight! Durable! SPECIALLY SALE PRICED! One Set To A Customer ra DRLIFUS ii:l llriiilus.';: \Vn;ir :j|(i WEST MAIM A RECORD-BREAKING NEW CHEVROLET FRIDAY, NOV. 4 The hot one's even hotter! SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. 301 West Walnut Phone 3-4S78 Reds to Control Berlin Traffic LONDON tfl - Ru.sMu. which granted Communist EJa^L Germany sovereignty Sept. 29, will continue to control "for the present," military traffic bin ween West. German', 1 and West Berlin. A note to this effect, broadcast by the Moscow radio, ha.-, b-.'fn sent to ihe Western Bis^ Three. It replied to a U.S.-British-French note of Invasion Protested VIENNA, Austria UP) — Austrian government, sources said today the Foreign Ministry planned a formal protest to Hungary over the "in- I va.sion" of Austria by 18 armed Hun- Kfirina border police seeking a refugee. Oct. ;J warning Russia it would still be held responsible for keeping isolated Berlin free and open to th« West. 2 RO C », 21 ( SAVE 3 CENTS PER DOLLAR-AND-MORE EVERY DAY! Safeway'g policy of keeping everyday grocery prices al least 3% below shelf prices at trading stamp stores means you can make cash savings every day at Safeway. Remember, you get these savings in cash, not in troublesome stamps. And Safeway's weekly specials add further savings. This Ad Effective Thursday, Oct. 20th Mild and Mellow AIRWAY COFFEE £ 63< Toilet Tissue SOFT WEVE Our Low Price HERSHEYS COCOA Grapefruit Juice TOWN HOUSE Kingans Meat K. P. LUNCHEON '?" 32< Pet Evaporated or CARNATION MILK It's Baby Pure CHERUB MILK Quick Style — Try Som« QUAKER OATS Comstock for Pies PIE APPLES Alma Brand CROWDERPEAS 2™25(? PONT FORGET! SftfeiViiy will meet Hie lowest :irivi'rUseci price of every competitor — item by item — (Jay by day — in Btythcville. Quality considered. • Lb. Tin 46 oz. Tin 20c Tall Can No. 2 Tin 24< FOR SALE 620 Acres of Good Farm Land Located on U.S. 61 Highway near Hayti. Mo. PRICED TO SELL! Cloyd Handley PHONE 1473W1 Caruthersville, Missouri USED COMBINES 2 Massey-Harris Model 27 Setf-Propcllcd Combines. 2 Massey-Harris Model 27L Self-Propelled Combines. 3 International Self-Propelled Combines. Several Allis-Chalmers and Case Pull Combines. Also one used Rust Cotton Picker, excellent condition. Picked only 40 bales. 6) IMPLEMENT CO. Your Massey-Harris Dealer N. HiRhway fil Ph. 2-2141 ——-

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