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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1954 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACK THREE Ike, GOP Set Fast Pace for Final Week Moore Rites To Be Held pace last night for the windup week of the congressional clec-! "Tf\iYtf\fff\\JJ cion campaign, though they gave their actions a "nonparlisan" i ' Ull/C/f f \Jrf By THE ASSOCIATED I>RKSS President, Eisenhower and his official family set a fastj label. Commodity And Stock Markets- N«w York Cotton (12:3* qwtations) Open High LOH- Close [ Services lor Mrs. Jane Ella Moore, » And there was talk Eisenhower : w iio died last night at Walls Hos- may make a final political talking j pital. will be conducted at 2 p.m. tour before voters go to the polls j Wednesday at Number Nine Bap- week from today, j list Church by the Rev. Gene gave Republicans Schultz and the Rev. Clyde McCord. Burial will be in Elimvood Cemetery, Cabb Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Moore, 54, born in Paducah, Dec Men May July 3449 3488 3511 3511 3457 3496 3520 3519 3449 3487 3511 3455 3494 3520 New Orleans Cotton Open High Low Close Dec 3451 3458 3451 3455 Mch 3491 3497 3491 3497 May July Chicago Soybeans Nov Jan Mch May Elsenhower new campaign ammunition in a telecast address last night to.an industrial group in Washington. He reported thai unemployment, dropped this month to 2,700.000— a decline of 400,000. These new figures, showing the first drop this year below the three-million mark, w'ere released two weeks earlier than in other recent months. Eisenhower said fear of a major K.V., had been a resident of Blytheville for 30 years. She had been ill about two years. She is survived by her husband Oscar Moore of Blytheville; moth er. Mrs. Lucy Rusting of Blythe ville: five .sons, Walter Moore, o Continued Irom rage 1 Wall Street EISENHOWER Influence Is Claimed "In lhat period unemployment ha- (alien from 3.100.000 to 3.700,000." Unemployment dropped last year iiom September 10 October, but by LITl'LE ROCK I*— A former of- a smaller percentage. The figures ficial of the Mississippi Power and j Quoted by Eisenhower indicated a Light Co. says the same influence ; fall o( nearly 13 per cent this year, "that permeated MP&L—the dom-j' 1 ' 1 "' comparable figure for last ination by Wall Street" aLso in- >•''"' »'«s ""di-r 7 per cent on a ftuences Arkansas Power and Light i drop from l.tMii.ooo to 1.162,000. Co ' rhen the President announced r- o, , .„,>, i " 11U Secretary of Labor Mitchell, D. Stietonroui | in , : :J _ ._, ...,..' The critic is J. of Jackson, Miss., ousted secre- tary-treastirer of Mississippi Power & Light Co. a nationwide teleca.st tonight, will "i,'ive to the public all of the j facts we h.ive on this employment depression "can be safely laid | Memphis> W oodrow Moore of Ml ml un- nmi Fla ( E!iner Moor? of St. Loui; 278' 282 285 235 Chicago Corn Dec ... 155 I56 ly Mch ... 158=4 160^2 Chicago Wheat Dec ... 2214 221 78 Mch ... 223 5 s 224» 2 New York Stocks A Ta nd T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Sleel Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric ".... Gen Motors . .' Montgomery ward N Y Central Int Harvester away." And he announced tlv 3510. 3519 employment will be discussed again tonight in a national telecast by Secretary of Labor Mitchell. Dulles Reports Earlier, Secretary of State Dulles reported to Eisenhower and his 3514 3522 3514 3521 j Cabinet—and to the nation via tele- 3513 3519 3513 35191 vision and radio—on 'agreement I forged last week in Paris to bring West G e r m a n y into Western Europe's defense system. The White House said the importance of this report—not politics was the ruling factor in opening the Cabinet session, for the first time in history, to TV and radio. A White House source said las: night there's been discussion with in the administration of anothei Eisenhower campaign swing bu that the President has not been approached directly. 221 3B 22i»B There had been reports enrliei 223|-j 223'/6 that GOP lenders favored a two- day presidential flying trip into Ohio, Illinois, Iowa. Michigan 371 1-8 Massachusetts and Delaware. 58 5-81 On the Democratic side. National 40 5-81 Chairman Stephen A. Mitchell told 80 3-4 a Detroit audience that the GOP 66 1-8 has "fallen flat" trying- to "scare' 108 1-2 voters into believing Eisenhower 278!; 282 285 285'- 155 15GU 43 1-8 90 73 3-8 19 3-8 32 1-2 Republic Steel 63 1-4 Radio Socony Vacuum . Stude-Pak Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears U S Steel Sou Pac 34 1-4 47 12 1-2 99 3-4 79 1- m 759 146 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS GB— fUSDAt—Hogs 9.500; barrows and UlLs all weights fully 25 lower than Monday; moderately active al the decline: few lots mostly no Is and 2s 39.40-50: numerous others same grade 19.35: 180-240 Ib 19.25-35; 230-260 Ib 19.00-25; mostly one price 19.00 to packers on 240 Ib up; 140170 Ib 19.00 to mostly 19.25; sows steady to 25 lower; 400 Ib down 17.75-18.25; heavier sows 16.0017.50; boars 12.00-15.00; practically complete clearance. Cattle 5,000: calves 1,200; slaughter steers and heifers opened falr- ,ly activity; fully steady Vo strong; cows about steady: bulls steady; good to prime vealers steady: other grades weak to 1.00 lower; early sales choice steers 23.50-25.50; load mostly low prime 26.50; commercial and good steers 18.00-22.50; choice mixed yearlings 22.50-24.50, commercial and good heifers and mixed yearlings 16.00-21.50; utility and commercial cows 9.50-11.50; few at 12.00-25; canner and cutter cows 6.50-9.00; sheely canners 6.00 down; utility and commercial bulls 11.00-13,00; canner and cutterbulls 8.00-10.50; good'and choice vealers mostly 19.00-23.00: few high choice and prime 24.00-25.00: commercial to low good vealers 13.00-18.00; culls 8.00-10.00. Negro Deaths Ethel Priyitt Funeral Services for Ethel Privitt, 53, will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at. 1 o'clock at Home Funeral Home chapel by Rev. C. M Shockley and burial will be in Burton Spur Cemetery. Survivors ' include her husband, Marian Prmtt,, one daughter, Thelma Watson, Blytheville: one sister. Marv Lou Wilrich, Indianapolis Ind. Mishap Causes Damage George McCaslin and Rex Lovell were involved in a traffic accident at 108 West Main Sunday night causing some damage to both vehicles, according to city police reports. No person connected with (he accident was reported injured. needs a Republican Congress. Mitchell said the GOP has now switched from "scare" to "smear" and is presenting "McCarthy ism in a new edition" with Vice President Nixon as "chief author and spokesman. 11 Smile and Smear Charged The Democratic chieftain said that "whenever the going gets tough" Eisenhower "abdicates leadership to the Dewcys, Nixons and McCarthys and continues to smile pleasantly while they do the smearing." Nixon, in Pocatello, Idaho, said last night a Democratic victory would "give a tremendous boost to the left-wing- elements within the party." Earlier, he told a Phoenix, Ariz, rally that "the only sure way to keep security risks out of the government" Is to elect another GOP Congress. Nixon said the "great majority'* of the 0,926 persons fired as security risks in the last 22 months were holdovers from the Truman administration. GOP National Chairman Leonard W. Hall said at Hartford, Conn., that Democratic campaigners are using "the old technique of the big: lie repeated again and again" in efforts to belittle Republican accomplishments. In Washington, the GOP National Committee said a study indicated the party has "achieved 85.8 per cent performance" on platform pleges made in 1952. Yith the Courts CIRCUIT — (Civill — Claude Howard, et al 's. Mrs. Stanley Fradenburg, auto accident damages, $1,700. . and Reggie and Oscar Moore. Jr of Blytheville: four daughters, Mrs Lottie Williams of St. Louis. Mrs Beuie Harold of Los Angeles, Calif Mrs. Virginia Melvln and Miss Lol Moore, ijolh of Blytheville; six sis UTS, Mrs. Virgil Norton, Mrs. Inth: Woldridgc, Mrs. Mable Green, am Mrs. Bobby Graham, all of Blythe ville, Mrs. Eva Pankey of St. Louif Mrs. Mary Cokcr of Memphis; i brother. Hershcl Rusting of St. Louis Pallbearers are Reese Moore Ha.skell Graham. Robert Hodge S. P. Cook, Bob Stovall, and Lloy French. SHEPPARD Continued from Page 1 to decide on the guilt or innocence of the 30-year-old Bay Village osteopath, was punctuated by defense references to his \Vife and his reputed paramour. His wife \vjis blonde and pregnant Marilyn Sheppard, 31, \vho s clubbed to death in her bed er.rly on (be morning of July 4. It is because of her death that Sheppard is un trial for his life. The other woman is pretty, auburn-haired Susan Hayes, a 24- year-old hospital technician who, :jolice said, admitted she was intimate with Sheppard "more than once" before his wife was slain. In questioning prospective jurors vestcrday, Sheppard'.s white-haired defense attorney William J. Corrigan, mentioned both women, as :ie has done nearly every day of the trial. The questions were directed to a housewife and an ecr, both eventually seated as replacements on the jury. Of Mrs. Maria While, prim-laced wife of a manufacturers' agent, torrigan asked: "Would the fact that Susan Hayes (old a press reporter that had been intimate with Dr. Sheppard cause you to be biased :oward the defendant?" Of Victor D. Pilimon, a dark, Living Costs Drop WASHINGTON >ff> ~ The government reported today that the na tion's living costs declined three .enths of one per cent in Septem ber to the lowest level since Insl April. The Labor Department's Bureau of Labor Statistics said its con- er price index dipped to 114. per cent of the 1947-49 average. OOtUR-WSE? THEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOUI 12905 '* 7 - J J Adorns Appliance Co. Inc. FALL CLEARANCE SALE Cash & Carry Specials 50c to $1.50 —EXCEPTIONAL VALUES— Complete New Line Of Plants For Immediate Planting BLYTHEVILLE NURSERIES 1st & Ash Streets Phone 3-8822 FOR CAB COMFORT Truck Seat Covers — $5.00 and up Truck Seats —We've Got 'Em GILBERT'S AUTO UPHOLSTERY «l Nirtk Phoiw Why of course I'm flattered! Who wouldn't be? Every time Jim brings home a lx>x of Belle-Camp Chocolates it flatters me, my judgment, and my good taste—not only in candies, but in husbands! HOCOLATES ... ; mid tmemploviniMH situation." Sllcthcnrolh, meeiing here with Th . u u , ldoulnc(Uv mMlvs llw R(? . Protestants to the Arkansas Power ,, ublinllls arc rc .; dy , 0 ha b|lck mid Light Co.'s application for a j aKam .„ , he rj,,,,,,,,.;.,,,^ who h ,, vc j $3,900,000 rale increase, snld "tlie , bccn c . omomling the isLsenhower Wall Street influence permeated , ldm j nis , nu , on hlls VUKmA pollcie.s MP&L and Its domination was de-1 which brccd u ,, cm p| ovmem , uld East Germans Open Unity Drive BERLIN i.-l'i — The Kiust Gmimn Comnuivusv pnrly su'\vspi\pcr Nouos j Dcutschlnnd opened a "ruuntfii'ii- lion by Christmtus" nunpaiyn to- 1 day. "Germany can be reunited this ypnr," it said in a pai;o one I'lluo- rial. ". . By Chrlstimis, 1954, nil Gennruiy t-an be free of oociipution troops." It s:\id these "happy prospects" arose from Soviet Russia's proposal Saturday for a new Bin Four am- lerenee on the German quest ion next month. Ignored was the [act that tin* Western Big Three are cool to any new meeting with Russia until the Paris accords on West Germany are finally ralit'ieri—perhaps in mid- 1P55. " AF C47 Still Listed Missing NICE. France (.-T1-Plune wreck- I'.iu 1 \vus slKhU'tl high in the French Alps it) (he htnit today for a missing U. S. Air Force CM7. but helicopter crewmen who investigated siiid it iipparontly was the weathered remains ol u smaller craft. American, Italian mid French Puerto Ricant Get Six-Year Terms NEW YORK W—Thirteen Puerto Rfcnn Nationalists convicted of seditious conspiracy against the United States today were sentenced to six years' imprisonment each. Federal Judge Lawrence E. Walsh pronounced the sentences against the group, Which *va« charged with plotting to overthrow -— the United States government br .senrch emit mium widened theirjf orce hunt for the C47. which vanished i A if 13 SBt qllicUyi Wlth thctr with Jl U. S. airmen in stormy | heads bowed, as they heard. tlMlr weather on a fliRht Sunday from f u t c . Rome to its base in Mansion, EllKlnnd. ——• — But nuiucluiiisls *cre dispatched | lo make it deiallcd survey of the ] plane wrockime, found near the j village ol St. Martin about Hit) miles i from the Mediterranean Coast. j trimenial to the company and to the people of Mississippi." Stietenroth described as "dctri- n.cnial" also the interest by Ihe holding company of the,two utilities —Middle South Utilities—"purely in money and more and more dividends." "I am not as familiar with the .situation in Arkansas, so I can't say very much," Stietenroth said, "but if I had been in Arkansas 1 would have felt the same as I do about the situation in Mississippi." Stietenroth was fired as MF&L .sccretary-t r e a s u r e r after he charged the company wns dominated by Wall Strett and that it kept two sets of books. AP&L's hearing before the Arkansas Public Service Commission for a 'permanent rate increase, resumes Wednesday with cross examination of the company's witnesses. Stietenroth would not say whether he would attend the hearing. lias shown callou. ness toward the jobless. Eisenhower's .•speech was mainly a rosy account of the nation's economic health, coupled with this forecast: "Drawing on the richly varied abilities of our entire citizenry, we can foresee Unit in less than a decade the national output will increase from today's 356 billion dollars to 500 billion. This would equal iiii average incrca.se of more than S3. 000 for every amcriciui family of today." He called for an end to "the rush of fcnvs thul Eoi' so lon^ rmve haunted some of us — fear of war, fear of unemployment, fear of ourselves, fear of the future," and added: "Certainly, we know now Unit one such fear — fear of a paralyzing depression— can be safely laid away." Picture Today As for the picture today, Eisenhower painted it this way: 'Without war, our economy fs r .worklnc at near record levels. Over handsome industrial engineer for j fi2 mj|non |JCOplc nnve Jobs . The number is steadily increasing. The Standard Oil Co. of Ohio the defense attorney asked: "Would the particularly revolting manner in which Mrs. Sheppard was killed — with 27 blows about the head — affect your judgment in this case?" Mrs. While and Pilimon both answered in the negative. In qualifying for the jury they replaced two housewives Mrs. Grace L. Prinz, who admitted Inst week she had an opinion and it would take "an awful lot of discussion" to change it; and Mrs. Margaret Adams, a chatty and icrvous woman, whose quick answers seemed to indicate she was eager to serve on the jury. Yesterday's changes left the ten- atlvc jury with a balance of six women and six men. One of the new jurors Mrs. White was almost Indignant as she mswered some of the questions ossed by the state and defense. Once asked whether she would be impartial to testimony given by T policeman and a layman, she •cplied with such an emphatic 'yes" that the word seemed to be divided into three syllables. hours of work are getting longer. Consumers are spending at a higher rate than ever before. "Construction records are being broken month by month. Wage i-iitcs are at their all-time peak. Weekly earnings in manufacturing arc again on the rise. "Our people have more personal income after taxes than ever before. Our niitlonnl production suvpttEacs even the war peak year of 1944. It is far above the levels of 1945 through 1952." The President suid "chaos and economic despair' 1 have been avoided because, lor oiin reason, "tuxes were cut" by $7,400,000,000 during his administration. And lie declared— as he has several Limes during the campus"— "We must, continue to reduce tin; tost of government, so we can have more tax cuts." Important Thought LookiiiR again to the future, Eisenhower said the "most important" thought he wanted to leitve with Americans "is that only when we win the struggle for permanent peace can we devote the full power You II Have Fun Galore at the Kiwanis Clubs BENEFIT MINSTREL Thursday Night 8 High School Auditorium ALL LOCAL TALENT • Fun • Laughs Gags Good Music Two Hours of Good, Clean Entertainment Admission 75c Adults Students & Children 25c ALL PROCEEDS GO TO UNDERPRIVILEGED CHILDREN WORK Beasley Attends Postgrade Course Dr. Josrph E. Beasley ot Bly- thevillf \vill intend A postgraduate in [.'linicul electrocnrdiogrnphy »l the University of Tennessee Co!-j lejje of Medicine in Memphis Nov. [ 10 throuprh 12. j Held at Hie Institute ol Pallio!-1 o;;y, n i,s ilio second such course j oflercd this full, i Blytheville Attorney On Supreme Court Blytheville Attorney Max B. Reid is in Little Rock today where, ho is serving ns a special Judffe j ot the Arkansas Supreme Court. Two regular members of the court were disqualified to hear the cnse of RicTiard Cross, et nl, vs H. C. Graham, et nl. ; Shoebreadth Escape | SHELTON. Nel). l.fi — Engineer I John Hillebrendl. peering into the j darkness from the cab of his cn- | nine, saw a man on the track i ahead and then a body flying past. Hillcbrendt stopped the train and with the help of some 100 passengers searched fmilely for hulf an hour. They mystery was cleared up the next morning when Marcelino Aguilar told of his sL-rupe with Hie train. The accident hud cost him a damaged shoe and a good scare. He said the train struck him. but he fled when he lound himself unhurt. of this mighty country of ours to the advancement, of human happiness." In his announcement of the new jobless total, the President, jumped the qun on the normal government timetable for such reports. Since the present system of u joint report by the Labor and Commerce departments wns instituted last May, the figures for each month have been issued between the 7th and IQth of the following month, In this case .that would hnve delayed the announcement until after next week's elccLlons. The Bureau of Standard's electronic brain, called Unlvac. was reported to have worked throughout the weekend to get I he report i early for Eisenhower's announcement bust ulglH. At the earlier preccdrnt-scLting telecast and broadens!, of the Cabinet meeting at the White House. the President listened intently — doodling occasionally on a scratch pad — as Secretary of .Stale Dulles reported to him, fellow Cabinet of- ; fleers and the nation at liirgn on i i.he FAiropettn lieltvisc nHiiHiL't 1 nfiree- j mcnts signed at .Paris last Satur- j clay. j Dulles predicted rnUliuitlon ol I (he agreements by the signatory | countries' parliaments, and he forecast failure for Soviet attempts to smash the new defense plan. Why Famous Clinic Approves This PILE-REDUCING FORMULA: ThnusntulH of |n-o|it« now am rcjmrt they hnvo liel|Kul rtxUiai e\L'[i iiil- viiiii-od aisixs of a w o 11 on, itch ing, hlocdiiiK pilcei and ovon put off surgery Jndofitiilnly, wiih ointment formula approved by shift of famous Tliorntuii Minor Clinic. 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