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MONDAY, FEBRUARY I8ri95« -BLTTHBTILLE "(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE AFL-aO Thinks GOP Has Edge Regardless Of Who Is Candidate By NORMAN WALKER MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — AFL-CIp political strategists have decided that "the Republicans will have an edge" m the 1956 presidential race regardless of whether President Eisenhower decides to run again. — * This view ic contained in an analysis of the political situation submitted confidentially to the 29- member AFL-CIO Executive Council during its winter session here by AFL-CIO political codirectors James L. McDevitt and Jack Kroll. A major reason for this appraisal is that Eisenhower's recommendation for Increased spending for schools, housing, social security, Commodity And Stocfc Markets-^ New York Cotton Mar 3545 .3555 3543 May 3479 3489 3472 Tuly 3365 3384 3365 Oct 3178 3194 3176 New Orleans Cotton Mar 3555 3555 3555 May 3481 3486 3479 July 3372 3383 3370 Dot 3181 3189 3116 Chicago Wheat Mar .... 216'A 216% May .... S11V4 211% 3555 3489 3380 3188 3555 3486 3381 3188 Chicago Com Mar .... 130'/ B 130'/4 May .... 133% 1341/6 215% 211 129% 133% 216 211?; 130 Vi 133% Chicago Soybeans Mar .... 249 249 3 /i, 248Vi May .... 253 253V!. 251 % July .. 254'/i 254% 253 Sejt. .... 2«% 241 239% New York Stocks A T and T 182 Amer Tobacco •24814 252 263'A 240V4 61 5-8 147 J-B Anaconda Copper . . Beth Steel Chrysler . Gen Electric ™ Gen Motors Mcntgomery Ward N Y central 40 l ' 4 Republic Steel *> r Kadio f a '\ Socony vacuum to • > '° Standard of N J Texas Corp . ..' Sears U S Steel . health and roads have "to a large extent deprived the Democrats of some, of their most appealing issues/ Steele Resident Dies at Age 88 Services for Mrs. Fannie Stuart, 88, of Steele, Mo., were to be conducted at 2:30 p.m. today in Steele Church of Christ by the Rev. Chris Lyles. Burial was in Mt. Zion Cemetery with German Funeral Home in charge She died Saturday following a lengthy illness. Born in Hardln County, Term., Mrs. Stuart and her family had made their home in Steele for the past 33 years. Her husband, J. C. Stuart, is a retired farmer. Other survivors include three sone, John Stuart of Maiden, Carl Stuart of Detroit and Pete Stuart of Steele: four daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Mullins and Mrs. Lola Kinningham of Steele, Mrs. Tola Sandery- son of Maiden, and Mrs. Jewel'Stur- divant of Rutherford, Tenn.: 15 grandchildren and 80 great grand- Most Forceful The conclusion is reached that the decline in farm prices is "the most forceful" domestic issue left to the Democrats. , "Although it is impossible to] evaluate the presidential election | until there is an announcement of Eisenhower's intention," the report says, "the Republicans will have an edge in the race. "This will result from a shift in the party character to provide more appeal for city voters and from their control of communications." The view is expressed that Eisenhower's announcement of his political intentions is "being delayed" for two reasons: "1. Further shorten the campaign time to give the greatest possible advantage to a blitz campaign into which large financial resources could be poured and in which the full advantage of the one-party press, radio and television could be mobilized. "2. Solidify the hold of the Eisenhower-Dewey wing on the Republican party by delaying the organization of the anti-Eisenhower forces around any single candidate." The view been children. Pallbearers .were Herbert Poteet, Prank Collins, Fred Nichols, Robert Nicholas, Vinson Potts and Harold T. Haygood. • s Damron Infant Services Today Services -for Tommy Lynn Damron, 3-month^old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Damron, formerly of Leachville, were conducted at 2 p.m. today in New Hope Assembly of God Church by the Rev. Dewey Faulkner. Burial was in McGrew Cemetery with Howard Funeral Service in charge. He died Saturday in Kennett's Presnell Hospital. Other survivors include three brothers, Carrie Dean Damron with the" U.S. Army, Jimmy Damron of Leachville and Terry Damron of Senath; and five sisters Peggy, Betty, Marilyn, Carolyn and Joyce Damron of Senath. Without Publicity report continues that "in of the attacks which have . „_ . - made on the (AFL-CIO) 118 3-4 merger by reactionary groups," it 33 1-4 will be necessary for organized •8 labor to "conduct a campaign primarily on the educational level without fanfare of publicity." ITV««W—•- . "Change in character of the Re- NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. publican party." the report said, —„«., *T—.. icfinh- ant.ive "j s evidenced by the fact that at 51 7-f Livestock steady )— Hogs to higher grade around 220 'lb 13.75"; around 300 head mixed Nos. 1 and 2 grad- 15,000; active, ^ „ w _^ — .., mostly Vfo. 1 present 34 out of 48 Republican 210-220 lb 13.50-80; majority mixed President Eisenhower." - - ' ---- ~ -------- '- 21- .Nos 1, 2 and 3 grade 180-220 lb 4iua. i, ___ . .. 1335-230-270 lb 12.00-13.00; 170 lb the report said organized laboi rinohi steadv 140-170 lb largely can now count on 177 House votes down si=u J, , .„. „„, and 3g genaie votes TQ atta . n a it 11.25-12.50; few- 110-130 "lb 1125-1250' few. liu-iau ID ».i*>- and a» senate voies. 10 -dittim 1075- sow's 400 lb down 10.75-11.50 "liberal majority" in Congress, -0.75. st et a net ain and over 400 lb 9.75-Fo.75. .says labor must get a net gain of Cattle 6 000, calves 1,000; strong 41 House seats and a dozen Senate to higher on steers, heifers and seats . ,__j. „„,( int« "We feel,''the report says, "that to accomplish the changes of the proportion outlined above would be tremendous upset but we are cows- numerous loads and eood and choice steers 16.50-18.59; best held upward to 20.00 and above- utility and commercial a tremenaous upset uui we <nn cows 11.00-12.50; most canners and impressed with the results of elec- .. "« -« • • en. u,,iip uHlUv nnd n ~.%.t,.u i-. n im fib-on r\ln/*A cinrp Michigan ranks second among states of the Union in the production of paper and papertaoard. home base at Randolph Field, Tex. The copilot, MaJ. Darrell Calkins, 35, Stillwater, Okla., was treated at a local hospital for face lacerations and taken to Sewart Air Force Base. Smyrna, Tenn. The other three landed unhurt. They were identified at Sewart as Capt. Robert A. Miller, 33, pilot, San Antonio, Tex.; A.l.C. Eobert E. Lesh, 20, crew chief, Battle Creek, Mich.; and A.2.C. Randall T. Blocker, 22, Glenville, Ga. cutters 8.5Q-11.50; bulls utility and y ons which have taken place since commercial 12.50-14.50; vealers ti, e presidential election of 1952." high choice and prime 28.00-21.00; bulk good and choice 21.00-27.00; lower grades mainly 14.00-22.00; culls 8.00-12.00. COUNCIL" (Continued from Page 1) College street, application for a privilege license from Fred Faught to operate a grocery store at 929 Clark St., appointment of members to Planning Commission, Library Board and Hospital board; An ordinance establishing a load- tag zone at the Lutheran Church, parking of sen-ice cars and trucks In metered zones, a discussion for location of a new city dump ground, the painting or replacing of wood work exteriors in City Hall, and a. resolution condemning the B. F. Kiger and P. Simon buildings. C119 Crashes Near Nashville NASHVILLE, Tenn. Wl — An Air Force C119 ferry crew bailed out yesterday after the plane's controls went haywire a few minutes before a fuel stop. The plane crashed and burned about six miles east of here. The crew was ferrying the plane from Hagerstown, Md;, to their FREE BOOK—Gives Many Piles Facts Plies, istula, and other rectal disorders frequently cause such common associated ailments as colon disorders, headaches, constipation, nervousness • or stomach, liver and bladder conditions, explained In a new 40-page FREE BOOK. We also send reference list, Including many satisfied patients here In town or nearby.. Write, today. Thornton Minor Hospital, Suite 272, 911 E. Linwood, Kansas City 9, Missouri. state organizations now have leaders selected after the election of So far as Congress is concerned, Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT METRO NEWS AND CARTOON TUBS., WED. & THURS. ALSO CARTOON NEFF (Continued from Page 1) witness chair. As a special' bipartisan committee moved into its third day of public hearings, Chairman George (D-Ga) said a decision will have to be made on whether to go back to the Senate for greater powers. George said the committee will decide after It completes its present hearing. This was limited by the Senate to a determination of whether an attempt was made improperly to influence Case's vote on a bill to exempt natural gas producers from federal controls. Case voted against the bill, which the Senate passed 53-38. While George said he personally isn't in favor of the committee's expanding its probe, he adde'~ that "some statements might be made that will cause us to continue the hearings for a few days." Veto Urged Elmer patman, Austin, Tex., lawyer employed by the Superior Oil Co. of California, testified Saturday that-he gave the money to Neff in a hotel room here in mid- January. He said it was money he had with him that belonged to Howard Keck, president of Superior Oil. a company with headquar- POLITICS (Continued from Page » decision" ordering desegregation. He urged "all reasonable speed" in carrying out the court's decision. Harriman said the U. 8. attorney general "must take action in supporting federal law and in bringing to justice violators of the federal law." Referring to mob violence that followed admission by court order of a Negro woman to the University of Alabama, Harriman said, "I haven't seen the (federal) activity which I think the situation demands." "Law of Land" Kefauver's most recent statement, on the segregation issue came to a news conference Friday at St. Paul, Minn. He said: "The ruling of the Supreme Court is the law of the land. I think it is high time that intelligent, thoughtful leaders of both races get together and find a solution. Nothing should be done to /M- HA«trny Hip public school system." Saturday rfight's Lincoln Day dinners found Republican orators comparing Eisenhower with the first Republi9an President. Postmaster General Arthur Summerfield said at Detroit that Eisenhower is "the greatest President since Abraham Lincoln." At Springfield, HI., Charman Hall saw "remarkable parallels" between the two. The GOP speakers also hailed the record of the Eisenhower administration, summerfield said, "We have reduced Communist aggression to bluster an empty verbiage." Secretary of Labor Mitchell said at Akron, Ohio: "The drift toward massive government . . • has been halted." Gosnell Revival Begins Tonight Revival services begin at 7:30 tonight at Gosnell Baptist Church, the Rev. Gene Shultz, pastor, has announced. Speaking will be the Rev. Harold Hay, pastor of Clear Lake Baptist Church. Gene Hunter will be director of music and special music will be provided by Mr. and Mrs. Jack ters.in Los Angeles. Keck swore he did not know of the* contribution to Case's campaign 'until after Case told the Senate about it Feb. 3. Case said then he had decided to vote against the gas bill because of the circumstances umier which the $2,500 was offered to him. A utility group which opposed the bill urged, meanwhile, that President Eisenhower veto it "in the public Interest." The Council of Local Gas Companies said the bill was driven through the Senate "in unseemly haste." Sen. Douglas (D-I11), who led the fight against the gas bill, said the special committee's probe has only scratched the suface of what he called "enormous amounts" spent to influence public opinion on the measure. ROTHROCK DRUG STORE Remember us for prescriptions AUCTION THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1956 Promptly at 10 A. M. CANALOU, MO. At the roster Cotton & Grain Co., Gin Site, at the crossroad between Matthews and Canalou, Mo., or 9 miles south of Morehouse on Route E, or 15 miles southwest from Sikeston, Mo. Tractors, 2 and 4-row Cults, Planters .Combines, Grain Drills, Plows, Discs, Hay Tools and Large Lot of Appliances and Shop Tools. 8000 Bu. Seed Beans, Ogdens, S-100, Dormans, Perrys, 5000 Lbs. Good Lespedeza Seed, Bagged and Tested with Tags on Bags. Several Tons Alfalfa Hay and Some Cattle. Below it part of the list that will be in this sale: 2—M Farmalls 1_U M-M Tractor, Rice tires 1—F20 Farmall 1—Massey Harris 44 Tractor 1—F30 Farmall Tractor , Very good. 1—VAC Case tractor & cult. 1—W. C. A. C. tractor & cult. l_Ford tractor, cult. & plow 1—B John Deere tractor & cult. 1—Ferguson Tractor, cult. and plow 1—Ford tractor, cult., plow and Bedders 1_M-M S tractor, cult, and Bedders 1—H Farmall & cult. 1—Oliver 70 tractor 1—B Farmall tractor & cult. 1—Oliver 80 & cult. 2—W. C. A. C. tractors and cults. 1—Ferguson, same as new, cult, and plow 1—Tord tractor, late model, and cult. . 1—Air Compressor and Paint attachment 1—12-ft Ezee Flow 2—10-ft. Ezce Flows, new 1—Anhy. Amm. Rig 1—Dunham CultilMulcher 4—4-row IHC cults. 2—4-row J. D. cults. 12—Disc harrows, all sizes and makes 9—2 & 3 bottom plows, all makes 1 —3-row tractor Bedders 6—2-row cotton and corn planter*, J. D. J—Land rollers l_Wheelbarrow seeder l_14-hole J. D. grain drill 1—Case combine, fl-rt. 1—Rome disc 2—Ford tractor Bedderi 4—Farm trailer! This is an open sale for anyone to bring Tractors and Equipment. We are expecting around 50 more Tractors and all kindi of Farm Machinery. If you need Tractors and Equipment, b« sure to attend this sale. TERMS: CASH. Everything must be settled for the day of wl«. Plenty of good dry parking space for everybody. Lunch will be served by the Ladies Club of Canalou, Mo. COL. LBNZIE BECK —Auctioneers— GOL. JOE McCORD Cashiers: James Marshall and Hazel Bennett The sale will be managed by Woodrow Beck and Jack Laughlin. For further information, call Sikeston Auction Co., 872, Sikeston, Mo., or Col. Lenzie Beck, 1020, or Col. Joe McCord, 907. Far mchei, palni, cub, brulMi, banu, coldi, headache*, bltti and stingi, trj Bob'* Gypsy Rub Lininunt Available al jaw favorite druc couter 0. O. SMITH PRODUCTS CO. Next-Dog Track Move Is Up To Supreme Court WEST MEMPHIS (fft— The Arkansas Supreme Court i« expected to decide whether the Arkansas Racing Commission has authority to refuse a racing permit when an applicant has met all legal and financial requirements. That looks like the next step in the complicated legal battle between the commission and Southland Racing Corp. Chancellor W. Leon Smith signed a formal order Saturday directing the commission to Issue a dog racing permit to Southland within 20 days. Atty. Gen. Tom Gentry, representing the commission, said he would appeal on grounds that the commission has authority to turn down any application if it thinks the permit would not be "In the best interest of the state." An appeal would delay the issuance of a permit until the state Supreme Court hands down a decision. Peterson Said In Line For CAB Position OMAHA Hi — The World-Herald today quoted a "high Republican source" as saying Federal Civil Defense Administrator Val Peterson '' almost certainly'' will be named chairman of the Civil Aeronautics Board. The former Nebraska governor has been rumored as a possible nominee to replace Boss Rizley, board chairman, who was nominated Friday by President Eisenhower to be a federal district judge in Oklahoma. The World-Herald quoted Peterson as saying all he knew about the possibility of going to CAB was what he had read in the newspapers. He said, though, he had rejected several weeks ago a position outside the government that would have paid him considerably more than his present $17,000 salary. The CAB post pays $15,000. Tapp. Services will be conducted each night through Feb. 22 with the same starting time. TURNCOATS (Continued from Page 1> powerful" group in the West • had opposed a mutual understanding. They particularly criticized U. S. across the English channel on a foreign policy. Maclean and Burgess slipped across the English Channel on a small steamer in May 1951 and disappeared. It seemed clear they had vanished behind the Iron Curtain but Soviet officials blandly denied knowledge of their whereabouts. With BBC Maclean had been head of the American Department of the British Foreign Office. Burgess, earlier with BBC and the British Secret Service, was second secretary of the British Embassy in Washington. Both were in close 1 touch with the secrets of U. S.-British diplomacy then. The British Foreign Office said in a white paper last year that the two had fled when the government, 100 Turn Out At Shawnee PTA JOINER — Shawnee Parent- Teachers Association met on Thursday night at the school with around 100 present to celebrate Founders Day. The men were in charge of the meeting with A. L. Eifling presiding. He was assisted by Bob Smith and Hubert Seymour. F. N. Johnson was In charge of the program, with Bob Reed giving the devotional. Past presidents were honored and lifetime memberships were presented to Mrs. C. 0. Speck and Mrs. E. B. Bell. During the business session, it was voted to have a style show some time in March. Refreshments were served and Mrs. Mary Louise Miller told something about Founders Day in P.T.A. Negro Deaths suspicious at the leale of secrets to Moscow, ordered Maclean questioned. Maclean's American-born wife, the former Melinda Marling of Chicago, followed her husband to Russia in 1953 with their three children. Mrs. Maclean is the daughter of Francis N. Marling, advertising manager of the Pure Oil Co. Harrison Plans Special Events Negro Achievement Week will be observed by the department of social science at Harrison High School Monday through Friday of next week. Out of town speakers will be Rev. B. A. Tabot, George Hollis, John Taylor and C. L. Leverett. Entertainment will cinclude instrumentals and vocal solos by Eula Horle, Richard Hughes, Delores White, Joseph Moore'and James Thomas. Under the direction of M. Wilson C. B. White, W. M. Robinson and principal L. D- Jeffers, there will he square dancing and skits on not ed Negroes. THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Pride of ALLIED, ARTISTS , Lloyd BRIDGES-Vera MlLES Margarat SHERIDAN .-. Arthur Shields • Michael Chapln fMuwl ty HAYES GOETZ • Hrectel b) William Beaudiix • Stay mi Sumpliy b( Harold Shumate —AND— "CULT OF THE COBRA" ALSO CARTOON TUESDAY-FEBRUARY 14 BARGAIN NIGHT Double Feature —AND- MMKMKT WMDMWMW IMT COWM I .4 GALE SONDERGAARD am KH-tuns wutt J ALSO CARTOON Try a Texaco Service Station First/ We Can Supply You with the Finest TEXACO HEATING OIL "Let us power your farm and heat your home" We deliver anywhere in Mississippi County BOB LOGAN "YOUR TEXACO MAN" Blytherllle Phone S-3391 Joiner Phone 2421 Idella Watson Services for Idella Watson, who died yesterday at Chickasawba Hospital, will be conducted at eleven o'clock Friday morning afc Nehemia Temple, Elder Minor Jones officiating. Survivors include three sons, J. J. ol Ft. Smith, Arnell of Carson Lake and Theron of Blytheville; and two daughters, Clara Turner of Blytheville and Annie Lou Mart^ zin of Chicago. Home Funeral Home is in charge of burial at Burton Spur Cemetery. Home-and-Home Series For Michigan, UCLA EAST LANSING, Mich. Wl — Rose Bowl opponents iVfichlgan State and UCLA may sign up for a home-and-home football series in 1959 and 1960, says Athletic Director BiRgie Munn of MSU. "We want to Keep on playing one coast team a year," says Munn. Michigan State concludes a two- year pact with Stanford this year, ther plays California in 1957 and 1958. • In time of illness or any household emergency caJi on this Reliable pharmacy; We'll gladly deliver any iem you may need. We ,.i "t-cn.—we call for prescriptions and deliver the medicines without additional chaxee. You -will find this Family Drug Store a good friend in time of need. WOODS , DRUG STORE Mrs. J. W. Flanigan Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program "Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY kn Crawford;. "I;KK.\. 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