The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 29, 1956 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 29, 1956
Page 10
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BLrmiYILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY », It* ; — Committee Probes Neffs Iowa Offer Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Mar 3560 3576 3560 3513 „" 3480 3514 3480 3506 July '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 3350 3385 3350 3363 Oct 3150 3170 3146 3146 Dec '........ 3136 3149 3128 3128 New Orleans Cotton MBV 3484 3515 3484 3511 Julv '"".'.'.. 3360 3386 3360 3368 Oct " . . 3153 3166 3148 3150 Dec '.'....... 3135 3147 3130 3130 Chicago Wheat Mar 21714 221 211 Vi 219V4 May'.'... 213% 216% 215% 215% July .... 198% 200% 198'/2 199% Chicago Corn Mar 121% 129 127Vi 128 Vi May ..132 133% 131V4 132% July .... 136 137 1351J 136% Chicago Soybeans Mar .... 259 26514 258& May .... 263% 269Ji 263 July .... 26554 271 265% New York Stocks (Continued from Page » and E. J. Kahler, business manager of the Sioux Falls Daily Argus-Leader, with whom Neff left the $2,500 intended for Case. In rejecting the money, Case told the Senate he thought it indicated an "abnormal" interest in the bill, then pending, to free natural gas producers from direct federal price controls. Case voted against the bill when the Senate passed it. President Eisenhower vetoed it and cited Jie Case incident as a principal reason. A full day of testimony yesterday disclosed Neff had been active in five states—South Dakota, Nebraska, Montana, Wyoming and Iowa. He told of making trips or Is to the states in an effort to determine the views of the senators from each on the gas bill. As it happened, all of the_l( 26iy 4 2661-i 268 AT and T Amer Tobacco ) Anaconda Copper Beth Steel . . Chrysler Gen Electric . . Gen Motors . . Montgomery Ward N Y Central Republic Steel Radio 45 Socony Vacuum 72 Sears 35 TJ 8 Steel » 76 78 154 76 58 46 90 48 Ex-Filipino President Dies MANILA, Philippines V?) — Former President Etpido Quirino died at his home today at the age of 65, the presidential press office announced. He had Seen suffering from high blood pressure. Quirino died at 6 p.m. at his home outside Manila. He assumed the preiidency upon the death of President Manuel Boxas in 1948 when the republic was but 21 months old. He lost to President Ramon Magsaysay in the 1953 elections. Record tor Miami MIAMI, Fla. (ff)—Yesterday aws trie hottest Feb. 28 to Miami's history—85 degrees. The Weather Bureau reported it was 88 in Bayfront Park along the Miami waterfront and 89 degrees at Miami Beach. senators from those states except Case voted for the bill. But Neff insisted he did nothing to influence any of them "directlj or indirectly" in these votes. His only contributions, he said, were the S2.500 to Case and 52,500 for the Nebraska .Republican State Committee. Superior Oil gave him an add! tional S2.500 for the Nebraska GO Pbut he indicaetd most of this was gone for his expenses in con nection with the Senate investiga tion. Pitman, Superior's attorney told yesterday of giving S7.500 to Npff last year and also of spend ing an additional $1,500 to S2.000 from Keek's personal funds to contributions. Of this, he said, $1,000 was used for 10 tickets to a. SlOO-a-plate Dp.-nocratic dinner in Washington last spring. EISENHOWER (Continued from Page 1) White House. He went on to say that his de cision involves so many factor, that it was Impossible for him to express it in terms of a simple yes or no. To Speak to Nation For that reason, he added, he was asking the TV-radio networks for time tonight to speak to the American people. Eisenhower said he did no know for sure whether either the Republican party or the people generally want him to serve an other four years, but that he wa going directly to the people and tell them the facts. I At that point, the President' ended the months of speculation and announced; "My answer will be positive — that is affirmative." That statement came just five months and five days after Eisen- Ibituary BON VOYAGE — Members of Mrs. J. O. Trieschmann's kindergarten class boarded the Frisco's Memphis-St. Louis passenger train this morning. Instead of reporting to class as usual, the youngsters-deported to Uit Fiiiuu fice, 32 cents clenched in their fists. They rode to Hoyti on what was the first train trip for most. (Courier News Photo) bower's Sept. 2* heart attack. Eisenhower's announce ment presages his nomination by acclamation at the party's Aug. 20 convention in San Francisco—unless some development meantime ihould alter the situation. Republicans from top leaders down through the rank and file buve been hoping and praying that Eisenhower would consent to run again. Some Division In the absence of a definite nod from Eisenhower in behalf of Nixon, there remains some division in the party about a vice presidentia. nominee. Some elements would like to drop Nixon from the No. 2 spot. But it is generally accepted that Eisenhower, as *ie nominee, can have anyone he wants as his running mate'. And many party members believe he would want Nixon since the President has repeatedly spoken his high regard for the vice momentous decision, Eisenhower | ouched off a laugh by saying he vas still arguing with himselfj about it yesterday morning. At another point he said that maybe a half dozen persons were iiformed of the decision last evening after he had reached it. He did not name any of them. COTTON president. Just before his 23-minute Eisenhower ended meeting reporters, he said he never would have decided to seek re-election unless he thought he would out the next five years. live NOTICE Let us make your clothes like new with our new MYCEL CLEANING SYSTEM Each garment cleaned and resized, personally inspected by Boyce Moore, manager and supervisor In this Advertising Campaign, $1,000 worth of Dry Cleaning will be given away absolutely free. Nothing to buy, no obligation, our advertising manager will contact lucky numbers by telephone. Listen For Your Phone Each Day! PEERLESS CLEANERS Boyce Moore & Curtis Freeman, Co-owners Phone 2-2433 That recalled his doctors' report on Feb. 15 saying the President appeared physically fit to serve "another 5 to 10 years" in a job like the presidency. In the course of the conference, the newsmen fired many questions at Eisenhower regarding his decision. To several, he replied that he would withhold the answer until his TV-radio talk tonight. But, responding to one question Fisenhower said his decision to run should not have the effect of ex eluding any other candidates i they Want to get into the race. Only One So far there has been only one announced conditional candidati :ur the GOP nomination, Sen. Wil Dam F. Knowland of California And Knowland has said he woul withdraw ii' Eisenhower decided tf seek re-election. Asked when he reached his PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET • Fresh Fruit & Produce • Fresh Dressed Poultry I The Finest in Beef, Veal, Lamb & Pork Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Coll In Wt DcHrer Come In 1044 Chick (Continued from Page 1) irst step in putting us back in the world market and would serve not- ce on the rest of the world that ve are after our share of that market," Wyatt said. Arkansas Senators Fulbright and McClellan met with Benson yesterday to talk over his package farm illl. Both, Wyatt stated, were noncommittal regarding any assurances they will support the program. But most of the farm groups feel the matter is pretty well settled now and that only minor points need be worked out before the omnibus farm bill is practically assured Senate approval. Wyatt is due back in town late :onight. which property is also sometimes described as Lot No. 15 in Block "D" according to second replat of said Pride and Gateway Subdivisions, which second replat is of record in plat book No. 1, at page 172 of the records of this district and county. This sale is made pursuant t_ the order of the Probate Court foi the Chickasawba District of Mis sissippi County, Arkansas, entered on February 27. .1956, wherein th undersigned administrator was di rected to sell this property for the payment of debts of said estate. Dated this 28th day of February 1956. JAMES TERRY, Administrator James M. Gardner. Attorney for Administrator. 2/29-3/7-1 Mrs. H. P. Meode Dies: Lived Here 35 Years Services for Mrs. Hettie Pen- lington Mead«, 81, who died today, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Howard Funeral Home. She died at the C. M. Gray home alter a three-year illness. Mrs. Meade was born in Ripley, Tenn. For the past 35 years she had made her .home in BlyUievtlle with her sister, Mrs. Gray. She was active in First Presby- erian Church work until her Ill- Mrs. Meade is survived by her sister and a nephew, Marion Gray, of Dothan, Ala. Dr. Harvey Kidd will officiate at he services. Burial will be in a ooal cemetery. She died Sunday In St. Louis. She wu born in Seuath but had made her home in St. Louis for the past Survivors include her husband, Hi'nle Bohannon of St. Louis; one son, C»pt. H. H. Bohannon. with the Air Force in Greenland; three daughters, Mrs. Willa Bea Koonce of Jackson, Miss., Mrs. Margie Mil- Ugan of Senath and Mrs. Jo Nell Fulkerson of Cairo, 111.; two sisters, Mrs. Vlnnle Darnell of Senath and Mrs. Mary wheeler of Leachville, and two grandchildren. Nome Chang* DENVER yPHJuskiewicz is "Inconvenient to use <»nd difficult to Leachville Ill- Municipal Court A L. Stephens Jr. forfeited I $10 speeding bond in Municipal Court today. 1 In another case, Michael A. Voris forfeited a $19.75 bond on a state speeding charge. spell and pronounce," a petition signed by the Francis Arthur Jua- klewicz family said. It asked County Court to change the surname t» Justice. Woman Dies Mrs. Ida Cardwell, wife of H. V. Cardwell, formerly of Leachville, died at her home in Bailer, 111., this morning. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Howard Funeral Home in Leachville is in charge. She is survived by her son, Olan, who resides in Leachville. Bohannon Rites Are Conducted LEACHVULE— Services for Mrs. Lillian Viola Bohannon, 53, of St. Louis, formerly of Leachville, were conducted at 2 p.m. today in Bible Grove Pentecostal Church near Senath by the Rev. T. Richard Held of Joriesboro. Burial was in McGrew Cemetery with Howard Funeral Service in Yes you can jay "goodbye" to fuel worriet, ond aH th» bother ond expense of less reliable heating systems, when you heat with GAS! From the smallest room healtr to th« large central heating installation, GAS provides . . . Dependable NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE Notice is given that the undersigned, administrator of the estate of Pina Killabr'ew, Deceased, will, between the hours of 9:00 o'clock in tne forenoon and 3:00 o'clock in Uie afternoon on the 24th day of March, 1956, offer for sale, for cash, to the highest and best bidder, subject to the lien of a mortgage held by Blytheville Federal Savings & Loan Association, U:e following described real estate situated in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas: — The east 50 feet of the west 20C feet of Lot No. 40 according to replat of the Pride and Gateway Subdivisions in the City of Blytheville. Arkansas; nniT • FLASH CAMERAS KtN I • MOVIE CAMERAS Complete Selection of Flash Bulbs, Polaroid Film, Color Film, Movie Film BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 With GAS all-year air conditioning, you simply "dial" th« temperature you want. 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