The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1956 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 3, 1956
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BLTTHEYILLB (ARK.) COUSIBR ^•WW *«MI ; - - , U.S. to Lend Brazil $35 Million More For Steel Expansion VOLTA REDONDA. Brazil (AP) - Vice President Rich John W.Taylor Dies; Services Are Tomorrow lt«ei mill. Commodity And Stock Markets- N*w Yo*k Cotton Mar , May July . Dot . . 3487 . 3449 . 3335 8170 3498 3456 3347 3177 3495 3443 3335 3170 New Orleans Cotton Mar 3497 May 3455 July 3340 Oct. S173 3501 3458 3349 3180 3497 3449 3340 3171 3496 3453 3343 3172 3452 3342 3170 Already the recipient of 70 rml- ,ion dollars through the U. S.- controlled Export - Import Bank, th« mill with the new loan will be able to boost its annual ingot capacity from 650,000 to one million tons, Nixon said. A high government source said Nixon had informed Brazil's new President, Juscelino Kubitschek, that the United States is willing to grant Brazil substantial economic aid provided his government take strong stand against communism. Outlawed The informant said Kubitschek had assured Nixon he was taking strong measures against the Reds already is s for John Wesley Taylor, for John Wesley ayor, »****.*•*• ........... ~-.,— — •— "--•> B,y,hevme_f n rLr,wm did not under.t.nd what Bu, = The Communist outlawe party in MA'ul be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Clear Lake Baptist Church by the Rev. Harold Ray and the Rev. Henry Wooten. Burial will be in Dogwood Cemetery with Cobb Funeral Home in charge. Mr. Taylor, who farmed south oi Blyihevilie for many years, died yesterday in Baptist Hospital in "Memphis following a three-week illness. He was born in Blytheville and had lived here all his life. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Magdalene Taylor; six sons. Harold Thomas. Wayne, Billy Joe and John Richard Taylor of Blytheville, Charles Henry Taylor of Detroit, and Harold Thomas Taylor of Ft U.S. (Continued from Page M element in the latest message. So was a statement by Bulganin (hat n U. S^Soviet friendship treaty "would be of great positive significance in establishing Uie necessary prerequisites lor the solution of the German problem." American authorities said they Polk. La. Mary Taylor and .Mis of Communist literature is banned. Bui foreigners have been perturbed because of the obvioussup-j iol ,,. s , „. port the Communists gave Emits-, Bri1w ,, O f St. Louis, daughters, TarmS Miss Taj meuni by ihis bait. In Uie same message lit renewed a charge that the United States, Britain and France seek to re-establish "militarism" in all Germany. Bid For Negotiations Another new element was an invitation by Bulganin for Eisenhower to submit his "thoughts" on provisions of a friendship treaty. He gave assurances that they would receive "the greatest attention." This was a clear bid for the President to enter into active negotiations on a treaty. Bulganin cited a record of Soviet activities which he said demonstrated peaceful conduct. And he contended that the United suites . ,1 , ,n-,-" V.'r-L'rrr. nnwora avc in lank nsane 'K <J?) — On« of two federal bank rob- 1 the J10.000 holdup t>ank at Joiner last :n declared mentally stand trial. ct Judge Harry J. learing testimony of psychiatrist, yester- William Albert An- usta is incapable of the charges against sion delayed Ander- finitely. his brother, Charles ederal charges in the of the Joiner branch Negro Preacher Held for Theft CARUTHERSVILLE — A Negro preacher is being held in the pemis- cot County Jail on a felonious stealing charge. Prosecuting Attorney James (Tick) Vickrey charged Newton Samuel of Haytt with stealing a purse from the post office at Hayti. After preliminary hearing in Magistrate court here Thursday, Samuel was bound over to Circuit court. Vickrey said that Samuel admitted taking the purse from a table but says he was about to return it when he was arrested by Haytl police. Information filed in court says that the purse and $80.75 in it be- [ Marv liiviui turn itjj-u •..-.- - •-,- ied - !or of Blytheville: five sisters, Mrs. j or wr i Burette "Lutes and Mrs. Herman)™ 1U P-! Yirbro of Detroit. Mrs. Mildred j m Chicago Wheat Mew May . . 308% 214V, 210 Chicago Corn Mar , May . 1303, . 19*14 131 134% 213% 308=4 130% 134V 4 Soybeans Ma ... May July .. Sept ... 249ft 252 . 253? j . 243 '/ 4 26054 265% 354'i. 243% 24954 252 255% 243 209% 130 7 -s 134% 248% 252% 253% 243 President Joao Goklan (residential election. Nixon made the loan announcement as he and Kubitschek toured this great steel center. Nixon, who came here to attend he Inauguration, has held a series 3f conferences with Brazilian of- icials on the nation's twin pro- jlems of inflation and foreign ex- chage shortage. MAYOR New York Stocks A T and T .......... Amer Tobacco ...... Anaconda Copper ... Beth Steel ................ Chrysler ................. "5-8 Gen Electric .............. » 5 3 ' 8 Gen Motors ............... M Montgomery Ward ........ 87 3-4 N Y Central ............... 41 3-8 come for the city." The special census, 83 1-2 68 7-* 152 Jut Harvester "'itepublic Steel Radio Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears 37 3-8 « 5 ' 8 1*5 I 21 33 Livcttock NATIONAL STOCKYAH06, ffl. (ffl—USOA) — Hogs 9,500; mostly lower; bulk mixed U. S. Nos 1, 2 and 3 180-230 Ib 13.25-14.00; several load mostly Nos 1 and 2 around IflO-JSS » 14.25; mixed grade 230370 H) 12.26-13.50; some mostly NOB 1 and 2 grade to 13.76; few lots 270-SOO Ib mostly Nos 2 and J grade 11.76-12.50; 140-170 Ib 11.75 13.26; mostly 12.00 up; few to 13.50; few 110-140 Ib 10.50-2.25; sows 400 Ib down 10.50-11.25; heavier sows 9.50-10.50; boars over 250 Ib 6.50-7.50; lighter weights to 8.50 Cattle 700, calves 400; about steady throughout; scattered sales low to average good steers and comparable grade heifers 16.00 11.50; commercial grade 14.00 IS.50; most utility and commercia cows 11.50-12.76; individual com jnercial cows to 13.00 but outstanding commercial quotable to 13.50; bulk canner and cutter cows 9.0011.00; best cutters to 11.50; utility and commercial bulls 12.50-14.50; best heavy fat bulls 12.00; good and choice vealers 24.00 - 28.00 largely; few prime to 34.00; utility and commercial kinds 14.00-22.00 i creasing their arms spending while le United States is building up 1-5 iviiiareQ i "lilitarv bases near the borders of Mrs John! Russm.' By contrast he declared ' ihat Russia has reduced its armed joi i me ^uiumuiiioM •>«•- "»•-•- i .mown ui oi. uwwi- -• --™- h , R .,o^j q i iq i- reduced its armed ^ssr-ssr&sr £ V H re B ^.M*£? ££ i ^w=,<n ± -± (Continued from Page 1) Buchanan said, figures to add to city income The city has mailed its first check to the Bureau of Census which will nake the special count. Need for Money Need for money and how to get t arose after Buchanan outlined plans for the city which include additional men in the police de- mrtment. "National authorities say a minimum for adequate police protec- ion is one policeman for every' 1,000 persons. "We figure we have about 20,000 people in Blytheville but we have mly 10 policemen — about half enough according to standards which apply over the nation in general." "We will increase the size of the police department as we can afford t. In the meantime, the department will go on a merit system and will come under a police commission which will mean their jobs will depend on their abilities, not politics." Buchanan said it is necessary to enforce existing regulations regarding building. Building Laws Cited "One electrician told me he could wire a house with lamp cord and get by with it. I don't think we want this sort of thing in Blytheville. It also is necessary to enforce brothers. James E. Taylor of Dela- plsne *rk.. and Robert Taylor of Cleveland, O.; and two grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Cecil Bunn, J A Jr., John Haynes, Talmadge' Gann, Wesley Stallings and Herbert Wilson. Mamie Harky Services Today Services for Mrs. Mamie Harky of Cardwell, Mo., will be conducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Card- nil Church of Christ with burial in Cardwell. She died in Dunklin county Memorial Hospital, Kennett, Wednesday and was 61. The wife of W. G. (Bill) Harky, she was born in Maiden and lived in Leachville and Cardwell foj the past 56 years. She leaves her husband; one son, Billy Harky, Harrisburg; two daughters, Mrs. C. E. Leonard, Cardwell, and Mrs. DicK Southard. Cardwell; one brother, Borden Singleton, Paragould; one sister. Mrs. Doris Wallace, Cardwell and nine grandchildren. Howard Funeral Service is in charge. tary budget, withdrawn from the Porkkala base in Finland and pulled its troops out of Austria. As for Dulles' recent "brink of war" statement, Bulganin said: "It is a well known fact that very recently a statement was made in the 'U.S.A. in favor of . policy that would keep the country Col. F. E. Brown Dies in Texas Friends of Mrs. F. E. Brown, formerly of Blytheville, have been informed of the death of her husband Col. F. E. Brown, Ah- Force, retired, in San Antonio. He died Jan. 30. Mrs. Brown is the former Miss Sally Raney, of Blytheville. Stevenson Late SAN FRANCISCO OH — Adlai Stevenson was late for a political speech last night. His auto caravan took a wrong turn and spent about 20 minutes hunting for Bay Meadows race track at San Mateo. Some 3,500 people were waiting. Bead Courier News Classified Ads laws regarding plumbing—especial ly since many houses in town will be making connections to the new sewer system—and gas installations. "This job would fall under the proposed utilities department, which also may be set up under a commission system." A change in routing has made it possible for the Highway Commission to go ahead with plans for bringing West 18 into the city via another (northerly) route. Buchanan said County Judge Philip Deer has told him that dif ferences with property owners have been ironed out, thanks to the commission's willingness to move its proposed right of way north. This, the Mayor said, will make it unnecessary to take large slice: off the backyards of nearby resi denees. The Michigan health is one of health agencies Slates. department o the oldest state in the United .. the brink of w_- . Bulganin said this violated the 'spirit of Geneva." Distorted Statement Officials said Bulganin had dis- t orted Dulles' statement. Dulles las explained he was talking, in a controversial Life magazine article, about 'a necessity of facing up ;o actions by Communist nations which forced" the United States to the "brink of war." The Bulganin statement was assured of careful and detailed study. Authorities said there al- of a branch U. S. District tlerson of August They also are accused of burglarizing the Bank of Pea Ridge, and of attempting to break Into the Crawfordsville branch of the Earle State Bank. Charles still is being sought. Ministers Hear Committee Reports Blytheville's Ministerial Alliance this muinrng heard reports on Religious Emphasis Week, school assembly programs and the Blytheville Mission when it had its monthly breakfast meeting. Committees appointed at the session included special union services —J. P. Garrott, and the Rev. Lewis Emmert, J. R. Denton and W. H. Cook and the'Alliance luncheon—the Revs., Emmert, Charles Pitts and J. E. Pqmeroy. Rev. James Rainwater was named by the Alliance to represent the group on the board of the Blytheville Y. Jet Hits Houses; One Killed, 4 Hurt TOKYO (IP)—A U. S. Marine FJ2 Fury jet smashed into a string of louses in a teeming east Tokyo suburb today, willing the pilot and Riley Quick, manager of Central Metals Products, was a guest of the group and invited members of the Alliance to visit the plant. TEACHERS ways . is a chance that Soviet moves of this kind may be truly aimed at bringing about better relations. No such design was detected, however, in initial studies of the message. As propaganda it apparently has two aims: 1. To present the world with a new Russian peace statement immediately after the conclusion of the Eden-Eisenhower talks and thereby perhaps divert attention from the results of those talks. 2. To provide a propaganda cover for the Eisenhower reply of (Continued from Page 1) supervisor of education, spoke the Thursday night meeting. He said Missouri schools are moving forward under the new foundation program for state aid to schools The foundation program \vas established a special election last Pal' for a cigarette tax. Fulbright was in the area for his ] annual inspection of the McCarty school, which is one of the two new schools in their first year in Pesiscot county. The other is the NOTICE Notice is hereby given that ne undersigned • has filed with he Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail oil the premises described as 108 E. Main, Blytheville, 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 Selony 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 the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be is- , FEBRATJRAY8,1SS« — "-" '" ' ' '——•""•'"•sued for operation beginning on*ht 3rd day of February, 1956, and to expire on the 30th day of June, 105 ' MAXINE DAVES, Applicant. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of February, 1956. me tnis * E ^ IZABETH M ASON. Notary Public. SEAL ^.titnicQinn fixoires ?/<ro/oo. 2/1 Gary Hotel at Hayti. injuring four civilians,—e«e seri ously. Two houses were .destroyed and [hree others damaged. The Marines said the plane, based at nearby Atsugi Naval Air Station, was on a routine training flight. It was at 30.000 feel in a formation with three other Furies when it stalled and went into a spin. The pilot's name was withheld. Japanese Moonshine TOKYO (fl—Them dern reven- ooers, foe of moonshiners in the United States, have turned up in Japan. They are Japanese, but they operate like the U. S. Variety. Go moochin' through the hills north of Tokyo lokin' for' stills. Japan's Tax Administration Board says huntin' ought to be g. It r''.'1" > '" ' "'"""" EXCLUSIVE home of the U.S. Army engineering school was established at Port Totten, New York, in 1868. The fort was the only military engineer depot in the country at that time. . Ross school. He inspected the Mccarty school Friday. Before the inspection tour, .teachers of the school served breakfast in the school cafeteria for the faculty, McCarty school board, and Fulbright. FAST RELIEF for Cold's Pain stills are bubblin, away in Japan. The United States exports abou 1 two per cent of the passenger au tomobilcs it produces. My Commission expires 4/26/58. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Richard Push has filed application with the City Engineer, together with blue print and specifications for a Permit to construct and establish a three room bath and wash house and house-trailer court on the following described property: 2 acres carved out of NE.'/ 4 of NE"j Sec 9 Township 15 North, Range 11 East, described as follows- Beginning 412.5 feet South and 40 feet West of the NE corner of said 'section, run North 191.2 feet- thence West 455.6 feet; thence South 181.2 feet; then Bast 455.8 feet to point of beginning, and located at 1517 North Sixth Street. Any objection to the issuance of this Permit should be made in writing and filed in the office of thi- Cltv Clerk__within thirty (30) days. CITY OP BLYTHEVILLB, Dan Blodgett, Engineer. Dated: February 2, 1956. PRICE -•oMffiWMWSi THE ••• YOUR NEAREST OLDBMOBILB DEALER last Saturday to letter proposing treaty. first Bulganin's the friendship The Detroit river annually carries more tonnage than the Rhine, Thames, Seine, and Volga rivers combined. Licenses to 15 SeMo Couples CARUTHERSVILLE — Fifteen couples received marriage licenses from James T. Ahern, PemUcct county recorder of deeds, during January. They were; Eugene Reno and Ann Smith, Ca- j ruthersville; i James Gipson Jr. and Annie Mae Lee. Portageville; Freddie Trawick and Lavera Rhodes, Swift; James William DeFoe and Dollie Christmas Dinning, Caruthersville; L. C. Robinson and Johnnie S. Cow ley, Hayti; James Ross and Hazle McCullouch, Caruthersville; Bill Lewis and Barbara Wren, Portageville; Hendrix Irions and Bernice Sergent. Caruthersville; William O. Lester and Dorothy Harrington, Hayti; James E. Marrs and Mary Alice Bradshaw. 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