The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 28, 1956 · Page 14
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fAOB FOURTEEN BLTTHBVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW! TUESDAY, FEBRUARY M, 1WW West Virginia's Senator Kilgore Dies of Stroke WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Harley Martin Kilgore, the fkst West Virginian ever elected to three successive terms to ill a i- vr^tf" *"&*•*—" -•— --- . geUjJenate. died early today.^ ^ ^ ^ ^ to ^ 63-year-old Democrat at Bethesda Naval Hospital. He became seriously ill Feb. 25 when he suffered "a minor stroke" at the hospital. He had gone there 12 days before for a physical checkup and treatment for high blood pressure. Prior to the stroke he had responded favorably to treatment and had expected to leave the hospital within a few days. Harold C. Miller, Kilgore's ' Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Mar 3576 3576 3571 May . July . 3520 3429 3520 3432 3219 3575 3495 3512 3415 3*21 hemorrhage early this 3203 3810 .-g d!c j ; 00n aftfry" New Orleans Cotton Mar 3572 3572 3572 May 3524 3524 3502 July 3425 3432 3406 Oct 3208 3220 3205 3518 3424 3210 Chicago Wheat Mar .... 219& May .... 315'/2 219% 215% Chicago Corn Mar . May . . 129& . 133% 129% 134 217% 21414 128% 133 21T/2 128% 133 Chicago Soybeans Mar .... 262V 2 262% May .... 266fe 266% July .... 270 270 Sept .... 249% 249% 259% 259% 2641,4 264Vi 267V, 267^ 248 248 New York Stocks A T and T ................ 184 7-8 Amer Tobacco ... ......... 75 1-8 Anaconda Copper . ........ 74 3-4 Beth Steel ................. 152 1-4 Chrysler ................. 1*1-9 Coca-Cola ................ 124 Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central 581-2 443-4 88 1-2 43 5-8 ............... Irit Harvester ............. 37 7-8 Republic Steel ............ « 3-4 Socony Vacuum ........... 69 3-4 Standard of N J .......... 154 5-8 Texas Corp ............... 119 7-8 Sears .................... 345-8 TJ S Steel ............... . . 56 1-2 Livestock* NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 Iffi — (USDA)— Hogs 15,000; generally lower on all classes; bulk; 180-230 Ib mixed grade at 12.25-50; 1 and 2 grade 200-215 Ib 12.75; about 200 head grade 1 215-225 Ib 13.00- few around 240 Ib 12.00; 140170 Ib 10.25-11.50; 100-130 Ib 8.259.75; sows under 400 Ib largeSy 10.25-75; 400 Ib up 9.25-10.25; boars unchanged at 5.50-7.00. Cattle 5,200; calves 1,000; steady; load average to high choice around 975 Ib steers 19.50; other sales choice 17.50-18.50; cows commercial 12.25; utility and commercial 11.00-12.00; canners and cutters 8.50-11.00; utility and commercial bulls 12.50-14.50; good and choice vealers 18.00-24.00; prime individuals up to 28.00 sparingly; utility and commercial 14.00-17.00. . „ assistant, said the sen a lor suffered another cerebral morning been in a semi-coma for most oJ the past two days. Miller said, and was unconscious at the time of death. High Blood Pressure Mrs. Lois Kilgore, his wife, son, Robert, and a daughter, Mrs. Albert T. Young Jr., visited thf senator yesterday evening. Miller said doctors' at the hos pital attributed death to a stroke stemming Horn high blood pres sure. With Kilgore's death, the Democratic majority in the Senate was reduced to one seat, 48-47. The West Virginian was the first sen ator to die in this session of Con gress. Kilgore, who was born Jan. 11 1893, at Brown, Harrison County W. Va., was first elected to the Senate in 1940. He defeated the late sen. Bush Holt, "the boy wonder" senator, in the Democratic primary, and Thomas Sweeney, Republican, in the general election. He was re-elected in 1946, again defeating Sweeney. In 1952, he Won his third sue cessive term by defeating former Sen. Chapman Revercomb, Repub- CAMPAIGN (OonthMWd from Page » most Important as the campaign develops. • • • la between the major half-hour shows will be numerous five-min- programs and spot announcements. The idea is to give the voters some kind of a Republican radio-TV charge every day of the concentrated six-week campaign. The decision to concentrate on radio and television campaigning was made largely as a result of the closed circuit TV show on which the President spoke to 53 "Salute to Eisenhower" $100 a plate dinners in 53 cities on Jan. 20. The emotion and the enthusiasm raised by this stunt was as great is from a personal appearance, lays Hall. It was this reaction which convinced him that it would not be necessary for the.President to do any old-fashioned whistle' stopping. The idea for a "front-porch" presidential campaign waged from ihe President's home in Gettysburg is not being considered, says Hall. A large part of the credit for advance Republican planning for 1956 goes to Hall. Two days after the President had his heart attack, Hf.ll declared his belief that the. President would recover and be a candidate. • • * Practically everybody else considered that ridiculous at the tune, but Hall stuck to his guns — and made plans. Republican National Committee headquarters -in Washington already is operating at mid-campaign tempo. The staff has been increased. Office space has mushroomed into three annexes. Hall already has allocated budget, of $350,000 and has put eight field men in the farm belt to organize the farmers. As other issues arise during the remainder of this session of Congress, Hall intends to move in fast to support the President's position. "What we're trying to do is avoid the crises that always developed during the long campaigns of the past," says Hall. "We're rolling now. We're In the best shape we've been in for 25 years." Kilgore was serving a? chairman of the Senate Judiciary Commit tee and as a member of the Senate . Appropriations Committee the time of his death. BIG THREE (Continued from Page 1) force any Israeli attempt to divert the waters of the Jordan. Syria said such action would "constitute aggression on Syria's rights anc interests." Iraq has offered Lebanon anc Syria military aid to meet what II termed any "aggression" tha might result rfom Israeli diversion of the Jordan. Toothless Baby ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Ifl—Kev- in McDonough, born on Valentine's Day with two front teeth, became a normal toothless 13-day-old baby yesterday when a dentist yanked the chompers out. The dentist, Dr Nathan Rahn, said.the teeth were bothering the tot. We've got him collared A boy will lead you a merry choice in his selection of shirts from this collection! AH show the continental influence... in colors and collars... all show the Kaynee tradition in tailoring and style. • Gutranteed WASHmachincABLE • OM-pieceMilanocolhri • Fine woven cottons and gingh«m« • Italian flare collar*. • Horizontal-buttoned puUovera • All aorta of Itripe* xxl • Cfcpritoltar pullover. pattern*! Snce 6 to 20 i Everything tor Men and Boys \ MARTIN'S J^fen's Store CENSUS (Continued from Page 1) Morgan, Pattie D. Boyd, Ola R. Ross, Mary L. Perkins, Mable Harmon, Elsia L. Vowell, Virginia L. Austin; Grace M. Snow, Susan A. Davis, Clarence D. Moore, Willie Burton, Bobbie M. - Ellis, Ruth Davis, James C. White, Ella L. Bogun, Mildred C. Gary, .Jimmie D. Bear, Floretha Robinson; Ema S. Ferell, Lou Nelle McNair, Julia M. Westbrook, Harvey L. Henson, Ruby M. Briley, Laura E. Bevill, Ethel M. Keutz and Geneva E. Richardson. Smith asked any resident wlio TRAIN RCT. Brio Wilt* Native of Britain Guest Pastor At First Christian The Rev. Eric White, pastor of First Christian Church at Paris ___ ____ ^ ___________ Tenn., will conduct a week- of .jj uujfcsr-itnother was plimed ir. preaching services at First Christian Church here next week, it was announced today. (Continued from Page M at Swampscott police station, received the lirst call about the crash a little before 8 a.m. He telephoned all neighboring comma nities for ambulancei and rescue wagons, and also notified >Ute police. In Nearby Homei Within 15 minutes some 15 towns — including Marblehead, Salem, Saugus and Nahant — responded with ambulances and fire department emergency squads. The crash scene, a half mile from Swampscott station, is beside an open field. This made the wind and snow more cutting. Some 100 to 150 of the lew seriously hurt passengers took shelter in nearby homes. Reporter Flynn said the first car of the self-propelled Danvers train was "laid open like an open wound.'" One half of Its length, he said, was completely ripped off arid the other halt "opened like a watermelon.' • Edward Penniman, a reporter for the Lynn Item, told of seeing The Rev. Mr. White will conduct nightly services at the church beginning next Sunday and continuing through March 9. The week of preaching will climax the church's Church Loyalty Month and program of evangelistic visitation. A native of Nottingham, England, the Rev. Mr. White came to the United States in 1953 as an exchange minister, serving a Christian Church in Danbury, Conn. He accepted pastorship at the Paris Church the following year and now plans to file for American citizenship. Prior to coming to. the United States, the Rev. Mr. White served churches hi Glasgow and Edinburgh, Scotland. ELECTIONS (Continued from Page 1) Dobbs; one-year term, Merritt Hour- land. Mississippi County (Stulman) — live-year term, Arthur H. Bonds; one-year term. Everett Young. Dyess — Five-year term, Joe Oooch opposing C. C. Collins. AM school boards have at least five members. Osceola has six, Leachville eight. plans to leave town and be absent during the enumeration, to telephone the city clerk's office in City Hail or leave information with a neighbor. Information desired includes names of persons living at an address, the street and number, relationship of persons to head, of the family, ages, sex and race. our new SPORTKNIT gives you comfort unlimited in the continental manner Enjoy a new world of comfort—and color—and style in owr MANHATTAN* Brawn* ttiirt, ModjHecl along Continental lines, it's a natural for sporti...just as imort for refcwmg.—a moct-for-yow-money value I i Everything tor Men and Boys! MARTIN'S Men's Store In the first batch of 38 injured taken to the Lynn Hospital were many reported critically Injured The hospital summoned about 75 urses. Other victims were taken to Marblehead and Salem Hospitals and Union Hospital, Lynn. The Boston Red Cross blooc center sent 50 pints of blood to Ihe Salem Hospital, and prepared ;o make a similar shipment to the Lynn Hospital for transfusions for the injured. The Boston & Maine Railroad She streamlined Budd Hlghliner ;rain, which left Salem at 8:02 a.m EST, was due In Boston at 8:33 a.m. The Budd train struck the rear of the deisel, the B&M said which had left Portsmouth, N. H. at 6:40 a.m., and was due In Boston at 8:14. The collision occurred at Swamp scott Junction as both trains were headed southwest. Swampscott is about six miles from Boston. Howard Ross of West Newbury a Lynn Item stereotyper, was a passenger in one of the trains. He was thrown from his seat by the crash. "There was nothing left of the first car of the Danvers train except the platform," he said. A piece of the metal body of he Danvers train flew past the last car of his train, Ross reported Ross said only one of the passengers in his car, a woman, seemed to be injured. In Municipal Court Seven esses of speeding were heard in Municipal Court yesterday. Johnnie Edwards, Joe D. Seal, Vance Henderson, Robert Hunter, Dewey Rice, Willie B. Grimes and Howard Kay Haynes forfeited bonds for the offense. Bonds were S10 In city cases and $19/75 in state arrest*.' Edgar Woodson pleaded guilty to reckless driving and was fined *25 and costs. Willie Robinson pleaded guilty to petty larceny and was fined }60, costs and sentenced to 20 days in jail. Bond H. Lawson pleaded guilty to carrying a concealed weapon and w*s fined SSO and costs. John Ward forfeited bond of $12226 on a citation of driving while intoxicated. DULLET (Continued from Page 1) senator would not go along with the proposed program. George is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and wields great influence among Democrats on foreign policy issues. Dulles said the program should provide for committing up to approximately 100 million dollars year over a period of five to ten years. Peron Gets New Quarters PANAMA (If}— Juan D. Peron, Argentina's fallen dictator who wants a home he can call his own, was esconced today in new temporary quarters just around the corner from the U.S. Embassy offices. Stripped to his underwear, the former President lugged furnishings around his brand new two- bedroom apartment in the fashionable Bella Vista section near Panama's waterfront. It rents for about $110 a month. Peron suffered the embarrassment of eviction by a former friend. The U.S. State Department, sensitive to congressional criticism, booted him out of the U.S.-owned Washington Hotel in Colon, 50 miles from Panama. City's Recruiter Tops in State . BIytheville's Army Recruiting Station last month enlisted, with a total of 19, more men than any other station in Arkansas. Among 18 recruiting stations, BIytheville's represents the smallest area. Those volunteering here during February were James C. Lutes, Joe L. Melvin, James L. Spears, Carl D. Croft, Billy G. Dunkin, Robert R. Revelle, Bobby D. Rounsavall, Jimmy R. Spain, Don L. Spears, Jesse R. Coalter and Dallas W. May, all of Blythev)lle; H. M. Bowman, Dyess; Bobby W. Tate, lAixora; Edwin C. Webb, Wilson; J. K. Cagle and C. H. Hicks, both of Manila; R. G. Bishop and Gerald W. Foster, both of Leachville; and R. D. Franks, Osceola. 'Admirals' Going To Boot Camp LINCOLN, Neb. W)—Sixty-five admirals are going-to enter "boot- recruit training at Great Lakes naval base. They are admirals in the "Great Navy of Nebraska" which doesn't even have a pair of oars, being strictly an honorary, group whose members number in the thousands. The 65 recruits are members of the "Beef State Company" enlisted in Nebraska. They were given their honorary "Nebraska Admiral" commissions by Gov. Victor Anderson. 'Copters for Cops LOS ANGELES Wl — Arthur C. Hotimann, deputy police chief, envisions cops in 'copters tagging motorists in this- traffic-choked city. The airborne officers would photograph license numbers of offending motorists. Citations would be delivered later. Boat Sinks, 1-5 Missing TOKYO US—A disabled Japanese fishing boat sank in high Pacific waves off the east Japanese coast today. All 15 crewmen were reported missing. Strain in Church MIAMI, Fla. tffl— Chairman L. D. Mac Vicar of the Dade County commission underwent treatment yesterday for a back-strain—suffered, ha said, in reaching for a hymnal at church services Sunday. Foreign Aid ;: Loans Asfod « TOKYO (flV-Erlc Johnston today urged long-term, low-interest loan* instead of financial handout* for free Asian nations. He also advof cated a key role for Japan in de- . veloping the Asian economy. M Johnston, chairman of the UJf. International Development Advisory Board, outlined his plan In a speech to the Tokyo chamber of Commerce. He said he would recommend it on return to the- United States. . ;/ Johnston advocated 2fl-to 50-year U.S. loans and creation of a <iua«i- public corporation to channel put* lie and private investment fund* into Asian economic development; Radar Chain : Near Completion | NEW YORK W)— The last link ii a 1,600-mile chain of radar "eyes 1 ; for split-second tracking of the nil; tlon's newest, guided missiles will soon be nnisKSTIn the West Indies; A final radar station planned lac the island of St. Lucia will com'- plet« the lo-million-dollar series q{ outposts that start at the missij* test center at Patrick Air Force Base, Cocoa, Fla. r" At present, the chain lies along seven Caribbean islands as far as Puerto Rico, 1,000 miles from the Florida missile-launching site. *.'• Bear Comes Back Home ; O SHIMA, Japan ifl — The bear went over the mountain on this volcanic isle off Tokyo bay 19 years ago. 7-. He was the only bear O Shims ever had. 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