The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1955 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 7, 1955
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILtE (ARK.f COURIER ITEWI MONDAY, NOVRMBER 7, Big 4 Meet To Resume Tomorrow (Continued from Page 1) munist "freedom of the seas" proposal. Tlie Inner would have put the West in the possition of opposing the Nationalist Chinese blockade of the Chinese mainland. The committee of experts was set up by the foreign ministers and instructed to report back Thursday, but It has found itself j"'<> talking at cross-purposes. •""' Commodity And Stock Markets- He'* York Cotton (12:76 (luotationi) Dec Mar . May . July 3358 3358 3345 3262 3265 3251 3128 3129 3115 2935 2936 2915 Hew Orleans Cotton back! M." 3351 3352 3264 3269 3135 3135 2933 2939 3348 3253 3115 2920 3348 3253 3117 3019 3348 3257 3118 2922 Chicago Wheat Dec . May . 204 206'- 204|g The disarmament issue, a .subject of East-West neaotiation for s<-ven years, is expected to come before the ministers in midweek. The conference was in recess by Soviet request today, the ar.nivv- sary of the 1917 Russian revolution. The conference is scheduled to resume debate over German unification and European security tomorrow. American experts be-| lieve this will be suspended for) one or more sessions, beginning j Chicago So/beani Wednesday, to take up "•- •""" ' mament issue. 205^. 203' Chicago Corn Dec 129 3 , May .... 137 130 137=1, the djsar- I Nov Mar 237 241 244 241!, 237'., 2353 241'i 240 244' 2 243 242 241', The disarmament discussion should be brief, officials ssid, because the issue is primarily the responsibility of a TJ.N. subcommittee composed of the four pow- . v . ^ . ers represents here, plus Can-1 New York MOCKS ada. i Eisenhower's aerial inspection proposal was the single most spectacular development of the summit conference at Geneva last July. Russia so far has rebuffed all American efforts to win acceptance 203*: 1291137',: 243'i 241' /4 Obituary VanAusdall Rites Held In Caruthersville WOMAN (Commued from Page 1> had driven her car off the road and had possibly "bumped her head," the dentist siiid. Had A Cold Df. Puuoii suggested that she, 1 niij;hi be a victim of amnesia or I yesterday. Mother Drowns After Saving Her Children FORT LAUDEKDAUi, Fla. M'l — A mother drowned but saved her children by holding their heads above water when they were trapped in a car that overturned in u canal COURT t could be ill as she suffers from The dead woman was Mrs. Hazel heart condition and had a cold and j vVolm, 33. She and the children, , fevc-r when he last saw her. j Irene, 6, and Roy, 3, remained in CARUTHERSVILLE - f e ™"' s j Ml . s p inlon was wearing a teal i the upside-down car some 15 nnn- for Mrs. Ida Mary VanAusdall, %, j Wue km , ltto . pl(;( . e dress when sh( ,, ules whne her husband, Martin, got who died here Friday nignl ™ c I )cft | lome she has liRhi brown hair I out through a window and frantical- visiting with her sons, were conduct- ; i(nd is descrlbed as being five fce . j ly tried lo rMcue them. four and 165 pounds. The car slip | The bottom of the car remained ed at 3 p.m. Sunday from Eastwood Memorial Methodist Church. Rev. Floyd Brower and James Blanton officiated. Burial, in Little Prairie Cemetery, was under the direction of LaForge Funeral Home. had Missouri licenst (Continued (rom Page 1) forgery filed in 1952 against Virgil Talbert. Talbert was accused of making out a $31) check to Mercer's IGA Store in Wardell on the First Nation?.! Bank of CaruthevsviUe. Authorities churned Talbert did not have an account with the bank. H. R. Ward and two of his Ne^ro farm hands are charged with grand larceny. Their preliminary examination has been continued to Thursday. Ward and the Negroes J. C. Jeft- erson and James Leroy Timlin Accident Noted In an accident at 8 a.m. today at First and Division, a car driven by Wyley Ralph, 1)40 S. Division, collided with a car driven by Mrs. James L. Haynes. Rome 4. The Ralph vehicle sustained damage to the radiator and bumper and the Haynes' car was damaged on the rlRht side. Read Courier News Classified Adi. Bladder'Weakness' If KOrrlnl by "Hlaililer WcukufSJ [Getting U« NtnlUs Uoo [requent, burning or llch- IIIK urlnutlniu or strong. Cloully urine! ilue lo cominon Ktdllry ami HlntUter Irrl- tftMons Irv UYHTKX (or iitiu-lv. cratlfvliiK. nimrortlnc Mln. A billion CY3TKX l>b!eu used In |!H<t 25 years prove safely and success As* ciniKKhl for CYSTEX uuilrr money-back nuarttiuee. See how much better you feel tomorrow. MI.-.S Mary Jane Chrysler of Ca-1 tipped the car on its side. Efforts to 1'uuiei'^viUe said she saw Mrs, Pin- j revive Mrs. Woltu were not succession turn south at the intersection o< jul. Wolin and the children suffer- above '-he wau>r. leaving a narrow charged wilh S[ea i ins , 1|90 0 pounds breathing space inside. Rescuers " ' — Mrs. VanAusdaU, '.vho moved here I (ji.nliwaya 84 and 61, six miles west! ed minor Injuries. in 1909 had lived in Los Angeles, | of caruthei-sville at 9 Thursday j Calif., for the past, few years. She i m0 rn;ng - at! hour and a half af- j months' died of infirmities after illness. The daughter oi W. H. and Car-i olyn Kirby, she was born Dec. 20.! left her home. She £omg in the direction of Steele and i Blythev.lle. i Jim Brasifidd. radio announce:-1 1858 in Pulaski ill., and married j at KCRV here, said he received a John H. VanAusdall in Sikesum in j phone call from Mrs. Pillion at 2:4o TITO 1884. ?le died in 1904 in Kekutt. i Thursday afternoon. Brassfield said (Continued from Page 1) that Mrs. Pinion was apparently in house somewhere as she asked Iowa, and she moved here five years Member of a prominent family.: how so fi::d the station on the radio she was a Methodist and had taught dial Sunday school for several years. Survivors include three sons. John L., Luke K., and James H. Van- Ausdall. of Caruthersville: u daiiRh- t«r. Miss Vivian VanAusilall oi Los Europe Dulles ciussed and said 'how European generally, they also had dis- to go about a soltt- to the situation in the Near East" where Israel and Egypt Br.i^neld said he hung onto the h ,, ve bccn ex( , nam , in£; gunfire, phone iviiile l:ie woman walked. He a(lded thal lhis dls( . uas j on ™", K !, I °°/:/K™?. ,. l i? e antl ; was conducted "with particular re- for the fact that President back and hung up. Angeles, and a sister. Mrs. Lewis of San Die^o, Cahf. G. G- of the project while Western officials have assailed Soviet arms cut proposals as amounting to "disarmament without adeo.uate inspection." Molotov is expected to make strong arguments here for Russia's disarmament proposals. Must Be Carried Out It is understood Dulles is prepared to tell Molotov the United States and its Allies will never agree to any arms reduction plan which does not contain satisfactory controls to make sure it is carried out. Russia has advocated an arms contrql system based on stationing international inspection teams at key airports, railway centers, seaports and the like to detect unusual military preparations. Eisenhower told Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin he would accept this proposal if Bulgnnin would accept aerial inspection. That offer still stands. From the Russian viewpoint the difficulty with aevial inspection is that it would "take the roof off" the Soviet Union. It would open up a land which has lived in police state secrecy for decades. Top American officials are described as hopeful, however, that because of the great slakes of war and pence, Soviet lenders may eventually come to believe as they do that the costs in loss of secrecy would be more than balanced by gains in international confidence and. a diminishing fear of war. A T and T Anier Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Dial UN-6181 For Meditations Montgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum Studebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears U S Steel ... 180 1-2i .'.'.' 681-2! ... 152 3-8; ... 94 1-4 j ... 129 ... 49 1-4 ... 139 1-2j ... 94 7-8| ... 44 3-4 1 ... 36 3-8 ... 49 1-4 ... 45 ... 57 3-8 ... 11 ... 145 7-8 ... 110 3-8 ... 107 1-4 ... 53 7-8 Frank Baliey Services Held However, .she had not turned the, -,: ^ m E t to visi , d,al to KCRV. Brassfield declared. | ^° Pre 7 1]ie * Oam!l i Abdel) Nas- Clyde Orton. Pennscot. county ^ ^ Detembel ,,. Tito had been reported planning lo postpone his scheduled visit to of unginncd cotton, valued at $250 Jessie Ward of Hayti \vas fined $25 and given 30 days in jail for common assault. Willie Ben Montgomery was fined S25 and sentenced to 60 days in jail for cureless and wrecl-tless driving. He was also fined §5 for driving without an operator's license. Carl Downing 1 pleaded guiliy to careless and wreckless driving and was fined $35 and given a sentence of 15 days. Celto Gonzales and Don Johnson both pleaded guilty to driving without an operator's license and were fined $5 each. 1 chie! deputy sheriff, said Blythe| ville police reported seeing Mrs. i ion reported to authorities that she j was missing. j Police in Arkansas, Tennessee. ! Illinois and Missouri have been Services tor Frank Bailey, 62. were j as j- ed lo jook f or 3j rs- pinion who conducted at 10 a.m. yesterday at j COU ] ( { have possibly been going to visit relatives in New Orleans, St. Louis or Arizona. She has not contacted any of them, however. Livestock NATIO.NAL STOCKYARDS. HI. UI—iUSDA)— Hogs 14,000: higher: bulk mixed 180-220 Ib 13.50-15; few loads mostly f to 2 grades 13.85: about 350 head I and 2 grade, largely No 1, around 190-215 Ib 14.00: 230-270 Ib mixed 13.00-50; 140-110 Ib 13.25-15; SOW'S 400 Ib down 12.50-13.00: > »avier sows 11,75-12.50; few 12.75;, boars over 250 Ib 8.50 - 10.00; few lighter weights to 11.50. Cattle 8,000; calves 1.200; few enrly sules; mixed yearlings near steady with last week's low close or choice at 20.50-22.25: cows utility and commercial 9.50-12.00: can- nprs and cutters 7.00-9.00; bulls utility and commercial largely 12.00-13.50; good and choice veal- ers 21.00-26.00; occasional prime to 29.00. DALLAS. Tex. Wi—lf you are ... (lie Diifla.s a run and feel [he need of; prayer, just, dial UN-(!181 at tiny hour of the day or night. That's the word from Dr. W. A. Welsh, pastor of the East Dallas Christian Church. Dr. Welsh said the service Is for those who are "lonely, discouraged, sick or otherwise in the need of comfort." The prayer is recorded and lasts 40 seconds. Mike Terry Named To State Office Mike Terry, son of MY. and Mrs. J nines Terry, was elected first vice president of the Arkansas Convention of Christian Youth Fellowship (Disciples of Christ) at the convention's closing session in Hot Springs Saturday, Young Terry also WHS elected the .stale's official delegate to the national convention of Christian Youth Fellowship. He was one of the five delegates'iHuiK Blytheville's First Christian Church at the convention. Others attending, were Mary Clcv- cnger, Davis Cobb, Benny Harpole, Billy Sum Hanley and the Rev. James W. Rainwater. Cobb Funeral Home chapel by the Rev. L. A. Holt. Burial was in Wilkerson Cemetery. He died at his home here Friday. A native of Alabama and a farmer, he lived in BlytheviHe about 20 years. He leaves his father, James Henry Bailey, Osceola; two sons James Bailey, BlytheviHe. Richard Bailey. Vernon, Tex.; two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Knight, Blytheville, Mrs. Quedell Wilson. Ripley, Term.; three sisters, Mrs. Mike Wallace, Osceola. Mrs. Josh Hall. Osceola. Mrs. Henry Graham. Pomotoc, Miss. Negro Deaths Sam Beck Services for Sam Beck. 65. who died at his home at 1242 S. Ninth Saturday night, will be conducted Sunday at New Bethel Baptist Church by Rev. Prezel! McCoullough and Rev. G. H. Comvay. Burial will be in Burton Spur Cemetery. He leaves his wife, Annie Beck; one brother, Charley Beck, Leland, Miss,; two sisters, Rosie Allen, Greenville, Miss., Pearl Beck. Med- Calf, Miss.; Lwo daughters, Elnora Burton, Tunica, Miss., Pearl Coffee, Blytheville. Home Funeral Home is In charge. - NOTICE To families who depend on Fast Aspirin Relief You get extra economy when you buy St. Joseph Aspirin in the giant 200 tablet bottle for only 79(5. That's less than Jo^ a tablet for the best aspirin relief possible. And too, you can be sure of having St. Joseph Aspirin on hand when you need the fast relief it brings. So why pay more? Do as millions do; get the best for less. Be sure to buy a 200 tablet bottle of St. Joseph Aspirin for only 79ji today. Peron Arrives In Panama PANAMA <jp> — Juan D. Peron. ousted President of Argentina, arrived here last, night. He talked freely about Argentine politics bus he was vague about his future personal plans. Peron flew here on the fifth day of a trip to Managua, Nicaragua, from his original Paraguayan exile. The ousted dictator predicted the new Argentine government would face trouble from workers when labor con tracts expire at the end ot the year because of the government's recent acuon devaluing the peso. Peron. traveling in n Paraguayan air fovec plane, indicated he would continue his trip today or tomorrow. indicated Dulles had persuaded him to go ahead with the trip. Views on Turkey There were reliable indications Dulles had asker'. Tito to use his influence in the interest of peace. Dulles said Tito also had given him the benefit of his views on difficulties created, for the Yugoslav - Turkish - Greek alliance by Turkish-Greek differences over the island of Cyprus, but the secretary did not spell out these views. j Alter Dulles had outlined the j course of their talks reporters i asked if Tito was in accord with ' the report. Tito answered in English, "Yes." Dulles returned to Geneva last night. Most of the talk was held informally. Dulles said they had not discussed the deadlock in electing a nonpermanent member of the U.N. Security Council. The United States has been supporting the Philippines for the seat against the candidacy of Yugoslavia. Bison at Large In Kentucky Town GLASGOW, Ky. OB—Bison, com- monlv known as buffaloes, are pretty hard to find around these parts, but at least one is running loose in the Summer Shade vicinity. This one escaped from the farm of Wallace Bart'ley Friday, Hartley, who recently acquired two buffalo " calves in South Dakota, suspects the missing beast rooted under a fence. Watch Cleaning $3.50 3 day Service Mr. A. B. Ford, registered chron- ographcr technician with 22 rears watchmakins experience, is now associated with our firm. We are now oflferint 3-day watch repair service. O'STEENS 111 W. Main Tlir rich biiMn of the Ohio River covers some UOO.QGU aqua re miles, houses about 20,000,000 people, and includes 150 cities of more than 10,000 population. i leeale THE NEW PUSH-BUTTON NECCHI AUTOMATIC • Tnstanl Buttonholes • Endless Disc Combinations • Push-KuUnn Reinforcing • Automatic Monograms • High Speed Mending, Darniii^ • Automatic Tuning Exclusive Decorative Stitches • Push-Hulton Reverse SEE IJ NOW! i tape measitra ' with r.itl) (Icinonstr.itioa Five clcr.iiottstr.ition in your own home, }*tst plx>ix' us. J NECCIII-ELNA Scwlnj Ccnttr J Scwine Machine K r J 6*0 ChlckaSKwbs, Dlyllin Ilk, Art. I J I would like » free home demonstration on > NT.CCHI I Sewing Muchlne. J Name If K.F.D., Give Rpecllte nlm.tiom Franchisee! Dealer For Sales & Service SEWING MACHINE EXCHANGE 600 Chickaiawba Phone PO 3-6127 Blyrheville, Arkansas An Open Letter to the Voters: Today I received a letter from Nlr. Jackson asking me to cast my vote for him in the mayoralty election on November 8. I was quite amused at the claims that he made concerning the things . that lie did and caused to do during the present administration. The title stated that "This is the record—facts are facts," only the complete pic- lure wasn't painted or all the facts given. It was stated that more streets have been improved in the last two years than during any like period in the history of BlytheviHe. Mr. Jackson failed to state that some of the streets that were Improved were done so at the expense of the property owners whose property faced the streets, While other property owners haven't paid yet. We know 10th Street was paid for, because the City Engineer, in the presence of the mayor, stated that the people on 10th Street could choke on the dust until they all got ready to pay. We are thankful that Mr. Buchanan, along: with some others, collected the money and turned It over to the city treasurer. I will say that the people almost did choke to death until the money was raised. Isn't it odd that the people voted on a sewer system over a year ago and one pipe hasn't been laid as yet? That is what I call fast, efficient service by our present administration. Just who was instrumental in bringing the Air Force Base back to BlytheviHe? Just how much work did Mr. Jackson contribute to this task? Did Mr. Jackson or the Chamber of Commerce go out and bring in the industrial firms to Blytheville? I remember that it was through the untiring efforts of the Chamber o! Commerce that were so instrumental in our industrial development the last few years. One other thins, that of our sound financial condition, I thought I remembered reading an article just the other night stating that our city was broke and that money had to be borrowed from other funds to pay certain debts. There are many other things I might say concerning the use of city property for private individuals, the Newsom case on Highway 18, and others too numerous to mention. I am reminded of the story of the little boy who went bear hunting when I think of all the things that Mayor Jack.son brags that he did, the story tells of the little boy that wont hunting and came back with this story. "I went hunting and got a bear, but daddy shot it." Could this be the story behind "This is the Record"? A Voter and Taxpayer, A Political Advertisement Paid for by Sam Haynes PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries The finest in Beef, Veal, Lamb and Pork Genume Hickory Smoked 1 Homt Nationally Advertised J> Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Coll In We Deliver Come In 1044 Chick CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished wlien requested. ^^^^^^_^^^^^____^__ Also 1 day Dry Clcaninj; Service LAUNDRY-CLEANERS s . .; DAY by DAY! I'ou'll find money saving food buys in every department of your Blytheville Saftway Store . . . Top quality produce . . . Guaranteed meats . . . Everyday food needs. All priced tu keep your budget happy. Discover why mure nml more shoppers are saying, "1 like to shop at Safeway"! Tuesday Only! Miracle Whip SALAD DRESSING £ 53? Duchess — None Finer SALAD DRESSING & 48* Busy Baker CRISP CRACKERS - ttt Campbell's Delicious TOMATO SOUP '°rl-\]( Sea Trader Chunk TUNA FISH Lalani from Hawaii CRUSHED PINEAPPLE Libby Brand CRUSHED PINEAPPLE Mrs. Wright's Delicious WHITE BREAD 2 2£ 36? Gerber's Strained BABY FOOD Carnation or PET MILK - \H 6 oi. Tin Rug. Tin DON'T FORGET! Safeway will meet the lowest advertised price of cvpry competitor — item by item — day by day — in BlytheviHe. Quality considered. We reserve the right to limit purchases FARM LOANS Six Star Feature 1. M« brekemse feet *• »«J ». Lonj Uwe low interest 1 N* llock t* pvchue I. A. ippirtinit? t* credit with » l«cc Insv- •DM C*. th»t It and hu ktcn Iw man; ;»ri a permanent tendor «i ifcfe terrl- rate & We pa? the appraisal and attorney fees I. 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