The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1954 · Page 12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, October 27, 1954
Page:
Page 12
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PAGE TWBLTB BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER VI, 19M Dr. Sam's Defense To Emphasize His Love for Dead Wife CLEVELAND (AP) — "Sam Shcppard loved his wife.' That's the answer the,state can expect if it contends extn marital affairs of (he young osteopath were connected with his pregnant wife's murder, says Defense Atty. William J Corrigan. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton (12:31 quotations) Open Hich Low Close Dec 3401 3464 3458 34G4 Mch 3497 3503 3404 3503 May 3524 3528 3520 3528 July 3524 3524 3519 3522 New Orleans Cotton Deo Mch May July Open Hitfh Low Close 3461 3465 3457 3465 3501 3504 3486 3504 3527 3529 3521 3529 3525 3526 3519 3525 Chicago Soybeans Nov ... 283 285 ",i 282 282- 1 ,.; Jan ... 285', 4 288':, 284" 2 285^ Mch ... 287 3 ,4 290'j 2S6',i 287 : !i, May ... 290 291V2 28T/ 4 288Vi Chicago Corn Dec Mch 155% 156'-i 15514 156% 160 160?4 159^-i 1601/2 Chicago Wheat Deo ... 220JJ 222>/ 8 220?i,%222 Mch ... 223 ft 224»j, 82314 224 New York Stocks etaoin shrdlu cmfwyp vbgqjk xzl A T and T ................ 171 Amer Tobacco ............ 59 Anaconda Copper ......... 40 1-2 Beth Steel ................ 79 5-8 Chrysler ................. 05 3-4 Coca-Cola ................ 108 1-4 Gen .Electric , ............. 42 3-4 Gon Motors ............... 90 1-2 Montgomery Ward ........ 72 1-2 N Y Central .............. 79 1-2 Int Harvester ............. 32 3-H Republic Steel ............ 623-4 Radio .................... 33 3-4 Socony Vacuum .......... 47 Stud-Pak ........... 12 1-8 Standard of N J .......... 99 7-8 Texns Corp .............. . 801-2 Sears ................... 70 3-4 U S Steel ................ 58 Sou Pac .................. 45 3-4 * The veteran lawyer made the remark to reporters as the seventh day of Dr. Sheppard's murder trial dosed yesterday with no assurance ;'. fmnl jury had been -selected. "Whether Sam Shcppard had intimacies with Susan Hayes, or any other woman had nothing to do with whether or not he killed his wife Marilyn," Corri^an said, cm- phasing what he repeatedly has told prospective jurors. Curvaceous Miss Hayes is a 24- year-oltl huspiUil lechnici»n who admitted beint,' intimate with the I defendant in California four months before his wife was bludgeoned to death July 4. She is expected to be a mam witness for the state. Three More Stated Corriagn's statement that Sheppard was in love with his wife wa.s in line with the case be presented in a bail hearing last month. During the hearing, in which bail was denied Slu:ppard, Corrlan presented several witnesses whose testimony gave the impression the Shcppurds were a happily married couple. In yesterday's trial session, three more substitute jurors were seated. That made a total of five new jurors picked ill the past two days to replace those excused by peremptory challcncs. The state now has used up three of Its six challenges while the defense lias u.sed only two. Pcremp- i tory challenges enable either side to dismiss tentative Jurors without a given reason. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III. MV- UEDA)— Hogs 10.500; barrows and gills 25-35 lower: .sows 25 lower; boars steady; trade active at decline; 180-260 lb mostly IB.15. 19.00; sizable supply mostly 220 Ib down 19.10-25; including 'roughly 400 head at 19.25; these predominately No. 1 and 2 grade: liberal showing 230 lb up and numerous lots lighter weights, but mostly overfat kind, 18.75 to packers :lew 270-2SO lb 18.50-75; 140-170 lb 19.0025; mostly 19.00; sows 400 lb down 17.50-18.00; heavier sows 15.7517.25; boars 12.50-15.00. Cattle 4.000; calves 1,000; slaughter steers and heifers opening slow; few sales about steady; cows moderately active and fully steady; bulls and vealers unchanged: early sales good to low choice steers 20.00-24.00; few commercial and good heifers ami mixed yearlings 17.00-22.00: utility and commercial cows 9.50-12.00; few 12.50; canner and cutter cows mostly 6.50-9.00; few 6.00 and shelly kinds below; utility and commercial bulls 11.00-13.00: canner end cutter bulls 8.00-10.50; good and choice vealers mostly 19.00-23.00; few high choice anil prime 24.00-25.00: rommrrcial to low ood 13.00-18.00; culls mostly 8.00-10.00. EISENHOWER Continued from Page 1 private 'power for the Tennessee Viillfy Authority lo roplnce TV A POWLT u.sed by ulomic energy plant.s. Ueiiiocriil.s 1mvc made this contract a cfiiiipiilHii l.x.sut! In .some ureas, calling It n Kiveaway. TVA SntLsttiMl The PrcMdcnl said that although he has not read the contraet in detail thi; Kc-dt'ial Pnwi-r Cummi.s- slon has found !' proper and (air, the TVA is perfectly -sali-slled with it. Hi? mkU:tl Umt Cnn^rt'.ss hns the last word and can no after It If it wa,nts to. Eisenhower salt! he dot's nol believe basic foreign policy lias bucn an issue in the political campaign. Amrrica'H broad basic program of solidifying the dee world imist be nonpar!isan and it has been, he said. A reporter asked if the President would consider the election of a Democratic Congress as a vole of no confidence in him and hl.'i pro^mm. No, the President replied, add- The Rativiiiji Disposer is tjiiick- Iy and easily installed in most *ny sink with a 314 lo 4-inch drain opening. I'nit comei complete — no extras — no high io(taila(Jon costs. BERRY ALLEN Plumbing & Heating Co. Sll 8. Second St. Phone 2-KM SEARS OFFERS "PERSONALIZED" SALES SERVICE AT YOUR HOME Mr. Doxio Monrop Fray set* Stars Salt's Keim-srntative • Shop at home • Every convenience • Expert assistance >1r. Frayser is specializing in the sale of Scars major home appliances. Whether you're furnishing your first home or replacing in old rcfrijtrnilor, invite him ,o stop by. Let him demonstrate ,he prire and finality advantage of Sears brand names. Phone Poplar 3-8131 Catalogue Snlcs Office 217 W. Main St. Blytheville, Ark.' Obituary Stepmother Of Local Man Passes Mrs. Wimberley, formerly Jonesboro, passed away at her homf; n Chulla vista, Calif., on Tuesday Survivors include one dinishter, Mrs, Sainmie Parmh, Escanido, :a!if.; three sons, Rudolph Wimberley ,of the U. 6. Army, Ulue.ss and Daniel Wimberley of Chulla Vista; and three foster sons, Mr. Wimberley of here, Irby of Wilmington, Calif., and Oren Wimberley of Lcpanto, and one sister, Mrs Dan Harris, Martin, Tenn, Mrs. Wimberley visited in Blythc- vine each of the past several years Services are incomplete but graveside rites are to be conducted at Jonesboro's Ransom Cemetery. Alex Sanders Services Set For Thursday Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Ella Wlmbcrley. stepmother of D. E. Wlmberlcy of Blythcville. Funeral services for Alex San- of ders, 47, of Michigan City, Ind , formerly of Blythevillc. will be conducted in the Holt Funend rig that the general effect of messages he had received was that ;he people wouldn't put him into the election. That was n. general complaln't from the Republican ilde, he said. Among political .strategists on soth .sides, it seems agreed that .he Pre.sidcnt is making some licndwny for Republican candi dates. Home. Chapel at 'I p. m. tomorrow. Burial will be In Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Sanders died suddenly Monday afternoon at Michigan City. He lived in Blythcville most of his life, moving to Michi^iin City four years ago where he was employed by the Pullman Company. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mrs. Willie Jo Sanders and five sons, all of Michigan City; his mother Mrs. A. J. Sanders of Blythevillc; three brothers, W. O. and J. B. Sanders, both of Blytheville and Marvin Sanders of Port Arthur, Tax.; three sisters, Mrs. Harvey Burroughs of Haytl, Mo., Mrs. Horace Williams of Elizabeth City, N. C., and Mrs. Arnold Anderson of Pierre, N. Dak. 217 Known Dead At Salerno SALERNO, Italy W — Rescue j workers dug frantically through [the mud-covered rubble of homes SiilonK the Gulf of Salerno today, '.sK.'kmg more victims of Tuesday's j violent cloudbursts, landslides and ! floods. 1 At lea.st 217 persons were known 'dead and unofficial reports put the . toll as high as 270. Officials declined lo even guess at Ihe total .damage figure, but said it would j run into millions of dollars. ! Devastating flash floods trig- 1 tfcutd by cloudbursts struck a 10- imile coastal area between Amalfi : and Salerno during the early morn- I jjitf darkness yesterday. Entire vil- 1 la«es were destroyed. Hundreds of j homes crumbled, their occupants I trapped without warning. Hundreds ; of persons were injured and thou- j sands were homeless, ] Police said the bodies of 217 per- i .sons had been recovered in Saler- 'iio, Victra and smaller towns along I tin Hay of Salerno. They listed an j additional 52 persons as missing i;iml feared dead but unofficial sources estimated at least 170 persons ' -A'E-re missing. Legion Facts Have you paid your dues? Here are several reasons WHY you should do BO ill once. Our goal Is 1,000 members by Oct. 30. INFORMATION 1 Umt the veterans of World War \\ and the Korean conflict should know. INTRODUCING— The American Legion Mr. Legionnaire: If every member j?ol just one member, we'd hiivi; 60,000 inr.mtwni. It's UK simple JLS that If we all share In the job. Use this issue of the Legionnaire t<i pass on to n buddy who is eligible for members)!'!'. Let him read IWII bet you sign him up—(jllbrrl Mann, Commander. Mil. VKTKItAN . . . Wlml Kind of a Guy are Yon? • Here's a chance to analyzo yourself. (As a human bellm and a, veteran). If yon are tin: kind of a Buy who 'just wants I lie facts,' mart this carefully. Place your check mark in the YES or NO box beside each question. Let's see how you slack up. . . Do You Cure? about what happens to disabled veterans and their dependents? Are you interested in their wi'Ilarc? Do you \vunl to do something about, it? Would you IKte expert advice on rehabilitation? D YES D NO Want to Support Vein-ins I.eRislaticmV Ilia! helps all U. S. veterans-Laws like the O. I. Hill or liliihts for vclrnms of World War II and Knrran Conlllcl? Want In see In It that veterans retain preference in Civil Service? D YES D NO Would You Help n Child'.' Would you like to help Hie children who are orphans of veterans and need assistance? Do you believe In a square deal for every child? The kind of a deal you'd like your child to ^et if you weren't n YES n NO Would Von I'llrh In? to help build YOUR community? Do you want to 'miikc your hometown n better plnce to live in? D YES D NO Do You Like lo Have Fun? at picnics, parties and potlucks? Do you like to go to reunions; to meet with vets like yourself and talk about "the outfit which won the war?" Do you want to 'win friends and influence peopl*'? D YES D NO Arc You Alert? to the dangers of Communism? Do you want to help play a delinite part in a continuing fight against all un-American activities? D YES D NO Want to Huild a Better America? through positive Americanism programs? Such as giving the youlli of your community a chance to Icurn good cittM'.iiship by participating in Boys State—Junior Biisehall—School Medal Awards— Boys Nation -Oratorical Contests, etc.? D YES D NO Are You Fur Peace. . . Through Strength? through a program of National Security? Do you want to keep this country strong? Would you like to do your part to back such a program? O YES D NO Arc Yon flohiR Our Way? —Back to C'liicl. that is. Do you agree that the family v.hich prays lotzc-ther—usually stays together? Do you think children should be taught religion? n YES D NO Would You Like a Passport of Welcome? to a local veterans Kroup with state mid national standini:. where that same welcome Is yours for the n-kiJiu m more than 17.000 similar posts with (•lose to :i.noo.HOO members? n YES D NO Did Yini Know? that Ih^ in'i;ani7,ation we speak of ranks No. 1 In public Opinion Polls and iUs members include the Presidcnl n! the U. S. A.. Cabinet members, half of Cim<:i<"'. Arkansas Governor and both candidates, iin'l \cterans from every walk of life? r; YES D NO All of Yimr Answers Should Be "YES" ln-raiise The American Legion's programs of Re- habilitiitinii. Child Welfare. Americanism. a.nd NiiUona! Security are made possible by members who bave answered "yes" to such questions throutih their MM-vice to God and Country in The American Legion if al least some of your answers are "yes" —THEN' YOU BKI.ONO IN THE AMi:itlCAN LEGION where yon ran do n job in Legion activities that intere.sl.i ynii. 6 POINT PROGRAM LAID DOWN DY N.E.C. INDfANAPOLIS. Ind. - (ALNS'—A 6-polnl legislative program for The American Legion wns hud down by the National Executive Committee at its meeting here, October S to 7. The NEC ^ave Universal Military Training top IfRislatlvr priority for 11)55. Bused nn the inundates of the 3fith national convention at- Washington, D. C., the major legislative program of The American Legion for 195£ as designated by the NEC follows: 1. Universal Military TniiniijR .shall be the first legislative objective of The American Legion during the coming se.sMcm of Congress. 2. Rc-lnihmtatlon n. Oppose reduction of veteran's benefit**:. b. Oppose any Hoover Commission legislation whkh' may be introduced that is adverse to veterans' interests. c. Urge Congress to provide adequate funds for the Veterans Administration's budget. d. Request Congress to provide ndequate budget t<i enable VA lo maintain high standard of medical services. e. Support legislation to provide hospital care for veterans with non-service-connected disabilities and who are unable to pay for such liaspitaluation. f. Enact, legislation to restore certain ripht-s removed from the Insurance Act of 1951. g. Ennct legislation to provide identical basis for award of pension to surviving widows and orphans of World War II nnd Korea veterans as now established for such survivors of deceased World War I veterans. 3. .Americanism n. Strengthen the MeCarran-Walter Act and t-ppiise attempts to weaken, repeal or mod- ity ihe Art. b. Permit use of wiretap evidence in cases invulving treason and disloyalty. 1. Krnniinilc a. oppose transfer of any GI home loan functions from the VA to the Housing and H.".nc Finance Apency. or to any other ;u'.''ncy, and oppose increase in current interest rates on GI mortgages. b. t'r^e Congress to appropriate adequate funds for the Veterans Employment Serv- HV so that, the provisions of Title IV of iln 1 Servicemen's Readjustment Act may iv properly carried out. r Oppose any and all attempts to repeal, urrikcn or modify the Veterans Preference Act, 5. Fort'kn Relations a. Treaty Power—Point X—Reaffirms The Arr.ericnn Legion's support of a constitutional amendment limiting treaty-making powers and executive agreements, etc, b United Nations Charter Review—Point IX --('.ills for study by The American Legion of any changes in the United Nations Charter. c World Government—Point IX—Calls for opposition to the participation of the United States in any form of World Government or Federation. 6. National Security a Support legislation to create a Federal Civil Defense Department, with a Secretary to head up the department, b. Oppose reduction of medical care to servicemen. POST MEETINGS EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT DUD CASON POST 24 BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. POLITICS Continued from Page 1 mlltee." The Democratic nominee for governor would not state when he would answer the charges but indicated he would make a statement soon. "I feel that there is a good answer for the doctor and his group," Faubus said. "But I'll give it at my own time and at my own choosing." When asked about the $1,000 "reward", Paubus laughed and said: "No comment." Faubus today Is scheduled to speak at a Republicans For Faubus dinner meeting at Eureka Springs. Dr. Jbranscum, wno said he was not becoming active in politics "p.s such", charged "there was enough apparent irregularity in the voting during the last primary to warrant the action I have taken." "I am not a politician," he said. "However, we've a condition in the Democratic Party which someone needs to do something about—and I am a Democrat." Dr. Branscum said the committee of which he is a chairman, had "no connection withsoever with Republican candidate Pratt Remmel. There have been m a n y charges to that effect, but they are not true," he said. u.s. Continued from Page 1 the women became alarmed during their detention. The officials said one of the women slapped a secret policeman. The Slate Department gave the following version of the incident: "On the morning of Oct. 25, while Mrs, Sommerlatte and Mrs. Stiff were walking in an area near the American Embassy in Moscow, they asked a group of women Working in the area for permission to take their picture. The women politely replied they preferred not to have their picture taken, after which Mrs. Sommer- latte and Mrs. Stiff left the area without removing their camera from Its cast. "At this time two Soviet citizens dressed in civilian clothe* Indicated that there were som« very interesting subject* for photography on a small hill nearby and led the ladies into a club build- Ing. Mrs. Stiff and Mrs. Sbmmer- platte immediately recongized that there was nothing of Interest in the building and attempted to leave. The two men, whose subsequent action clearly showed them to be Soviet secret poltct agents, forcibly prevented tl» ladies from leaving the building . . . until after Mr. Sommerlatte had arrived and demanded their m- lease." Abner Doubleday, father of modern baseball, is said to have fired the first northern shot in the Civil War. FOR CITY ATTORNEY I shall deeply appreciate your vole and your support on November 2,1954. I W. "Bdl" Vote for J. W. "Bill" Sleinsiek for City Attorney Political advertisement paid for by J. W. Steinsiek. MEAD'S , MAIM STRUT shin experts said.. .1 "it couIdn'l be improved" Dllt, HOW it's J ways better ivith... new color runge- helio, pink, cameo for greater the world famous scot gabardine Sport Shirt by In luxurious rayon gabardine that can't fade... can't shrink out of fit. Styled with exclusive, soft-roll, Sttppla Collar, direct from Italy. Unconditionally machine washable. Sizes: S-M-ML-L 5.95 each If I ft For A Man — Mtad't Will Hart HI

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free