The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1954 · Page 10
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PAGE TEX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1954 Mass Meeting Held In Washington in Bid To End Race Protests By THE ASSOCIATKD I'KKSS A mass meeting of all pupils was scheduled at stormy Anacostia High School in Washington today in an effort to end protests against mixing white persons and Negroes i classrooms in the national capital. Officials Hild student Irudcr. Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton (12:30 quotations) Oct 3481 3484 3477 Dec 3498 3507 3497 Mch 3523 3534 3523 May 3541 3550 3541 3503 3529 3546 New Orleans Cotton Oct 3476 3479 3473 Dec 3498 3505 3496 Mch 3527 3533 3524 May 3542 3552 3542 .Chicago Soybeans Nov ... 272','z 272',:. 269' 4 Jan ... 2733; 274 :i ., 272' 4 Mch ... 276 276 :1 4 274 » 4 May ... 278 278! -2 275U Chicago Corn Dec ... 151% 152-Je 151-% Mch ... 155 >/4 150 155!. 4 Chicago Wheat Dec ... 215% 217',;, 215% Mch ... 218*i 219% 2189 B New York Stocks A T and T Ainer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Sleel Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum Stude Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears U S Steel Sou Pac J hoped the session would hall two cliiy.s of noisy demonstrations ii Washington nnd Marl n back-to classes movement similar to one already under way in nearby Bdl- timore. Amicoslia Hu:h ha,s been tin, .scene of the biggest demonstrations against the three-week-oU t program of racial integration i( 1 District of Columbia .schools. Ye.s- jierday Police Lt. William T. Mur- 34Hv!Phy said he felt "the peak of Hie asna disturbance is past" at Anacostia. The police officer made tho .statement at day's end after more than 2,800 student-s were reported absent at one time or another from three high schools and .six 3473 ] junior highs. Six per.sons were 3500 i arrested near Anacostia Hifeh. Two 352Hjmcn were held on charges of di;;3547 j orderly conduct. The others were released. Students Congregate During the day about 100 white students conn related in front of the Supreme Court Building, where Ihe historic decision outlawing .segregation in the public schools was handed down la.st May 17, but left quickly under police orders. Exactly who or what was behind the demonstrations could not he determined. They appeared to he incoitfi Imitations of reccnl- mass protests against desogroKn- „.„.,. itfon at Baltimore and at Milford, J1Jv4 (Dcl. The Justice Department .said it was "keeping 1 nn eye on the all- 275', 2 151',, 21(1 172 62 00 5-8 74 1-4 10 ii-8 33 1-2 63 1-2 34 48 7-8 13 101 1-4 79 7-8 74 1-4| 511 46 3-4 over situation," but a .spokesman said Die department's Civil Rights Section lias not yet come across any violations of federal law. The department declined to siiy whether "outside volvri the fores" may be demonstrations. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (.«—(USDAl — Hogs 7,000: moderately active but later slow; barrows and gilts 25-35 higher; sows strong to 25 higher; 180-200 Ib 19.25-50; 19.35 most popular price: late sales mostly around 19.25; 2B head lot choice No. Is 19.00 :150170 Ib 18,50-19.25; other weighl-s scarce; sows 400 Ib down 17.5(118.25; heavier sows 15.50-17.25; boars 11.50-15.50; mostly 15.00 down. Cattle 3,500; calves 1.000; opening steady on steers and heifers: most action on choice kinds 22.5024.75; one string of high choice and low prime steers 26.00 :cows At Baltimor, firm handling by school and polic officials, coupled with a Circuit Court 'decision, ap- 1 pcarrd to have quelled a scries of student strikes, picketing and mass protests. Schools throughout the city reported the situation quiet. Attendance was beginning t o mount. Superior Judge Jame.s K. Ciillen •tiled that white and negro children may continue to go to public schools together. iiAiiti)iti-;sRi-:ns EI.KCT OI-'TICKHS — shown above are officers ol the newly organised Blythe- viltc Hairdresser;! Association I n t mi (tui^ ot Ihc group was held Monday night. President of the organization is Mrs. Clair Miller (seated lelt). Mrs. Ellah Miles (seated right) oi Hot Springs, president of the stale association, was present to Install the officers. Other officers are (back row, left to right) Mrs. Jamie Ross, first vice president; Mrs. Nora Mcllwain, second vice president; Mrs. Ophelia! Boyd, secretary; Mrs. Charley Johnson, treasurer. (Courier News Photo) CIO Group Aided McMath's Funds Report Shows WASHINGTON I/I') — The CIO' 'olltlcal Action Committee report t cnntritMitnd $5.01)0 to [ho ror.i-ni m:uicc(!Sfiful e:imp!ii[;n ol Sid Mo Vliith (or the ArkiiiiHas Dcmocri senator I n I norn inn lion. The former Arkansas «ovenior va.s defeated by Sen, McClellan In he primary. Reports filed by the CIO group vith the clerk of the House of Representative-,-; ILst Ihreo coiHrllHi- ions lo the "MrMjith for Senator 'it in pa IK 11 Com in II tec" incliielliu; L'.OOO April '2'2, $1.500 Junu 10 and 1,500 June !i2. A simple new method lor aehiev- Jiitf hypothermia, or very low temperatures, lias 'been antuiiniced. It consl.st.s of nilining ice water or ice-cold salt water into the chest eavity to bring temperature down low enough for ope nil Ions on the hcarl without otherwise refrigerating (he jmtlf.'iU. moderately active and firm; utility good 13.00-17.00; culls 7.00-10.00. and commercial 9.00-12.50; dinners and cutter.s 6. 50-0. 00; bulls steady; utility and commercial ll.OO-KI.OO; dinners and cutler. 1 ; 8.00-10.50: v c a I c r H and calves teady; lew high choice and prime vealers 23.00-24.00; good and choice 18.00-22.00; commercial and low Marilyn Tells Story Today vvnrld Mon- eason HOLLYWOOD till — Thf hears today from Marilyn roe's own luscious lip 1 ; the why she In-nclied Joe DiM»nnio. The movie box olflce queen, who .sued Ihe lormer baseball slur yesterday fur divorce, scheduled a pn-ss c| ulerenuc in their Beverly Hills Inline. She'll tell all, promised lawyer Jerry Giesler. That is. of course. if Ihe right riueslions nre asked. In Ihe pn.sl Marilyn's bones! answers (o direct questions have driven many n studio press agent to distraction. NCPC FREE TUITION GIVEN AWAY AS DOOR PRIZE 1 LEARN TO SPEAK EFFECTIVELY • IMPROVE YOUR HUMAN RELATIONS • BECOME A LEADER • INCREASE YOUR INCOME MEETING DALE CARNEGIE, .nuh,.i• ..f "Ili^n- in Win l-rii-ii(U«nd Intliii-nrt- t'c-H'!* 1 "lluw U»iJtt'i> Worrynu- ntitiSliirt Living' DALE CARNEGIE COURSE | A IU Thin?! (tie N« Cemegte Coune WHI H«lp YMI Do . . • S|»ik tfleclivcl)- • Conquer Fur • Intrem Your Iflcon* • Oe-/e!op Sell -confidents • '$4ll" Younell >nd Von Idwi • Improve Your Ability l« Kemember hiniet • Inireiie Your Ability fe > Otil with People • Win More Friend! • Improve Your Personality • Prepire lor [eldership 41st YEAR In Effective Speaking and Human Relation* Alleml this meeting «•:!!•. mi 0!)lij;alio]i Tomorrow Night Hotel Noble IManlntmn Ro»::i d'ornicrly Ihe Mirror Uooni) At 7:30 P. M. (No Dinneri AI trisifi mialingi DoU Cnincgi«'i uniqu« lytltm of training will b* •iplain»tj. You -ill hear briaf talki b^ tscnnl grodualei, on why they tool, ih* couri* and whnt thty got out of il. $•• how thli training will «nobU you lo »ptal with point nnd tonfid«nc« In privalo and btfof* gioupi; picpor* you for lnci«oi«d taming power and Uodarthlp through your ability to deal with neopla. You will finrf the progrom »n!*itaining at w«|| oi fnitruttiva. PUate l«tl (me to hring o fn«nd ot, if you cannot attend youinslf, kindly pau Ihii invitation along to a friend, For literature phono or write: M. C. Freeze. Instructor Charlie G. Johnslon, Instructor P. 0. Box -ISf) Joneshoro, Arkansas FREE TUITION GIVEN AWAY AS DOOR PRIZE (Continued from Page 1) Ark., took Lop money of $50 in the okltimers' division with 50.7 pounds. NCPC Queen Janice Bowle.s, Memphis State College Ireshmun. was on hand to greet the champion. She al.so modeled items from the Maid of Cotton wardrobe, which, along with singing by tho McDonald Brothers Quartet and n western rodeo, provided the afternoon entertainment. Here's a complete rundown of >ri/,e winners: $50 Ralph G. Lau'son, Hot Springs, Ark. Hill Adams, LciiclivJIlc. Ark. Jont-al Middleton, Cooler, Mo, Roy C. Peterson, St. Louis. Mo, Hruner Faulkner, Kennett, Mo. $25 Charley Hc-mbrey, Arbyrd, Mo. Aircy R. G rammer, BlyUicvillc, Ark. 1'Higene Shhiaull, Bly theville, Ark. " Spiiicl T.ee, Blythcville, Ark. l ; ';ty Middk'ton, Cooler, Mo. Willie Jackson. Blythevilte, Ark. Johnnie Johnson, Bly theville, Ark. Arthur Shaw, Shelby. Miss. Owslry Ditlc-y. Hayli, Mo. Ray Canada, Boi;o!a, Tenn. Hobby Simall, Tavares, Florida. Morris Ware. Ruleville. Miss. WOMAN'S DIVISION sum Culabe.ll Colliml, Sleek', Mo. Mrs. Charles Knit/, Blylhevillc, Ark. $25 I Christine Mills. Gideon. Mo. ! lister Fc'iTc-11, Hornersville, Mo [ Mae Audrey Pugh. Sikeston. Mo. Mrs. Arthur Bent ley, Gideon, Mo. NOTEBOOK (Continued from Page 1) name. Mayor Pratt Rcnimol of Lit lie Rock, hard-running Republican candidate for governor in next month's election, got in a quick lick during introduction of special guests sit beauty pageant Thursday night by master of ceremonies. Dr. .Jnmes C. Guard. Most of (hose 'so honored merely stood at their seats in audience. But when Dr. Guard culled out (lie mayor's name, (he ambition? young man didn't settle with just standing. Instead, he bounced out on the .stage to receive his applause with a perfectly executed "Kisenhower sjlute." And he looked as it he would have liked an opportunity to say a lew thousand well-chosen words in behalf of his cause. McDonald Brothers quartet, which pul on performances a I the Lir.indsland on both Friday and Tuesday, impressed as a well-fed group oi gospel sinjiers. Parked outside was the group's new. blue, air-conditioned, seven- pa.s.senger. four-door Cadillac limousine. Decided better check into that piece of General Motors machinery. Called Arnold Miller at Sullivan- Nelson. "It would list at right around $7.500." "With nir-conditloning?" "With air-condilionmg." .said he. McDonald Brothers (five members* picked up $100 from the Jaycees for their Tuesday performance. Fulbright Hits McCarthy Techniques UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. (fr Senator Fuluright hus compared the attention-getting techniques of Russia's Andrei Vishtn^ky with the tactics used hy Sen. Joseph McCarthy of Wisconsin. Tho Arkansas .senator, a, strong •ritk? of (ho comi'ovrr.sla) Wtscon-i in lawmaker, told members oi the I Women's National Press Club of Washington, D. C., yesterday that Vishlnsky's techniques "remind me very in uch ol the McCarthy Hurricane Out to Sea //• •// 'H MIAMI. F'la. Ml—Hurricane Hazel headed out over open waters of the Caribbean Sea today after whirling through the Windward Isiand.s during the night. The latest official advisory placed the storm center about 180 miles north ol the coast of Vene- «ueln and 480 miles south-south- wesl of San Juan, Puerto Rico. There are no land areas in its immediate palh. A Navy Hurricane hunter plane lew into (he storm area today. Weather bureau, 3rd jrraf I;i45 Edna Armstrong Dies in Memphis; Rites Tomorrow Services lor Mrs. Edna Earl Armstrong of Memphis who died of a heart attack Monday night, will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at St. Paul's Methodist Church in Memphis by the Rev. James Bagby and the Rev, King Dickerson. Graveside services will be conducted at 1:45 p.m. in Maple Hill Cemetery at Helena with National Funeral Home of Memphis in charge. Mrs. Armstrong, who was 79, entered Baptist Hospital last Sunday. She is the widow of Lee Armstrong, a lumberman who lived in Helena. Born at Holly Grove, Ark., she lived in Blytheville until moving to Memphis in 1940. Her granddaugh- er, Mrs. John T. Fletcher, the former Miss Marjorie Riner. made her home with Mrs. Armstrong while in Blytheville. She was active in the Woman's Society for Christian Service at St. Paul's Church and a member of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. She is survived by a son, J. P, Nationalists Fire on Red Chinese Planes TAIPEH, Formosa ifi— Nationalist antiaircraft guns on the Tachen Islands, off the coast of Red China, opened fire yesterday on three Communist planes but scored no hits, the Defense Ministry said today. The planes were sighted a few hours after radar screens here picked up an unidentified plane flying: toward Formosa from China. This island was blacked out for 55 minutes. Published reports said one of the three planes sighted over the Tachens Was a MIG15 Jet, but LI. Gen. Chang Yi-ting, army .spokesman, said he had no such detailed information. At Quemoy, 350 miles south of the Tachens, Nationalist artillery traded more shells with Communist batteries on the mainland seven miles away. Two Blytheville Girls Enter Nursing School Miss Peggy Ellcdge and Miss Wanda Jane Courley, both of Ely- theville, were among the 100 stu- ! denus to enroll for the fall semes- j ter f lass at Baptist Memorial Hos! pital School of Nursing in Memphis. i Miss Elledee is the daughter ot ! Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellege and Miss Coin-ley is the daughter of Mr. and ' Mrs. Hugh Courley. \ The fall semester class is Uw largest classes ever to enter ub* School of Nursing. Armstrong of High Point, N. C.; two stepsons, Roy Anderson of High Point and P. Denver Armstrong of New York: a sister, Mrs. E. W. Rort- son of San Antonio. Tex.; three grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. Caruthersville NHS I Elects 1954-55 Officers CARUTHERSVILLE — The Caruthersville chapter of National Honor Society of Secondary (Schools at the high school has j elected officers for this scholastic year. They are Linda Taylor, president; Charlene Brodie, vice-president; Helen Ball, secretary; and, Patsy Meadows, reporter. Chafed Skin SmaniiiK misery, amazingly relieved) when mvclicalwl Rcsinoi— ruh ,» lanolin— is applied to chafed sKm.f [.uliricau-s. nR-clicau-s. helps 10 healJ Uiulii: tender -kin with mild Kesmol SoapJ OINTMENT! and so- = For Children's Upset Stomach Out Mild, Good-lusting Relief With PERCY MEDICINE -DON'T WAIT- DEFOLIATE! Defoliation results on second Rrmvth collon arc better than cvi'rl excellent leaf ilrup lias IITOII obtained on many reconl cases in Mississippi Count}- and sitrniumlltij: territory. Complete stocks available of: SIIKD-A-LKAF "1." Liquid Defoliant AEIIO CYANAMII) Dust Defoliant. The PAUL D. FOSTER <»• Hlytheville Warehouse Ph. 3-3-118 N. 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