The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1953 · Page 11
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f%15DNESDAT, "ATOIL 15, 195S counran NEWS IN Planes Spot i wo >OW New York Cotton Open High Low May 3324 3321 3322 July 3343 3346 3341 Oct 3352 3354 3350 Dec 3360 3363 3359 New Orleans Cotton Open Hish Low- May 3324 3326 3318 Ing readied for exchange—230' j u i y 3340 3343 3337 |nore than the 700 the Allies told Qct 3352 3353 3350 Sed liaison officers at Panmunjom Dec 3350 3362 3355 be returned as sick and Roads Reported Jammed with Red Military Traffic (Continued from Page 1) Commodity And Stock Markets- 24 Missco Men Get Draft Tests County Assigned Quota of 40 for Induction in May Twenty-four men left In today's I tne draft call for pre-lnductlon physl- Hoi 3323 3341 3350 3360leal examination, Miss Rosa Saliba. secretary of Mississippi County 1:15' > """" 1 J Lions Hear Talk on Air ROTC 3318 3340! board announced, A May induction nlen quota of 815 Arkansas was announced Lions Club members yesterday heard U. Col. Ward O. Hoffman, professor of air science and tactics at Memphis State Oollese, at I their weekly luncheon meeting at tel Noble. Col. Hoffman spoke on the Air . ROTC organization at Memphis i State and throughout the country. A part of the Air University 'Mid Smded. There was no immediate Explanation for the higher figure. Spokesmen at Munsan and U. N. pese would raise the 5.800 total the JNC gave the Reds earlier. The 5,- [ included 700 Chinese and 5,100 N T orth Koreans.' Even as the announcement Chicago Wheat High Open May . .. 221'» 221-)i leadquaners in Tokyo said they j July . .. 224 224 id not know if the additional Chi-1 Chicago Com Open Hich (May . .. 158'... July . .. 161 Id Soybeans fame, almost 750 Chinese Beds on the first leg toward home rebelled pi-iefly against the U. N. They refused for 2 1 -- hours to leave a landing ship that took jhem from Cheju Island to the [South Korean mainland, but they' inally filed ( off after armed Allied guards wearing gas masks came aboard. ,.. The Chinese all had asked for [return to their homeland. There was no report here on any 158 ii 161 a Open High . 305 i'j 306 H . 301 302':, . 283 *\ 2841j .; 2751 i 275'4 York Stocks A T and T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler May . July . Sept . Nov . New Low 219'i 222 U Low 157 159 Ti Lo\v 304'J 300 Vi 28214 274 (further action toward revival •the full-scale armistice talks. of IETHODI5T (Continued from Page 1) Coca-Cola ................. 119 Gen Electric ............. 701-8 Gen Motors Montgomery Ward ....... 64 3-8 N Y Central ........ ; ____ 215-8 Int Harvester ............ 301-4 J C Penney ............. 68 7-8 Republic Sleel ........... 49 3-4 Hadio ..................... 27 1-8 Socony Vacuum .......... 34 1-4 Studebaker ................ 36 3-8 Standard of N J ........... 70 7-8 Texas Corp .. ............ 541-8 •jjj today by the State Selective Serv- j Ice Board. Mississippi County's i share of 40 men is the largest quot aligned in the state. 1-15 Today's call was for 35 men 220'i Twenty-four reported, two faileil t 223 report and nine transferred to otl er boards. An induction call for 42 men 1 1:15 scheduled for next Monday. J57'i Leaving today were: 160 3 i George Franklin Henson. John Thomas Capps, Billy Owne Krech Garland Thomas James. Charle 1:15 Henry Taylor, Frank Harrison Max 306 well, Joel Marvin Ross, all of Ely 301 3 ;, theville; Dewitt Talmadge Taylor 284i' 8 Reverie. Tenn.: Eugene Conway No 275 Ian, Luxora; George Mitchell Hen drix. Lepanto; Charles Ray Beck Caruthersville: Ellis Frank Vackei 156 1-8 James Thomas Holland, Dyess 72 5-8 Charles Franklin Wells. Charles 39 1-8 Glenn Foster, James William Gray 52 1-4 all of Manila: Donald Jerry Jack- 193-4 son, Shallowwater. Tex.; and Charles Robert Griffin, in, Wilson Negroes leaving today were Linzell Miller, James Carl Seals, both of Luxora; Ulysses Taylor, Wilson James S. Glisper, Blytheville; L. C Kitnble, Osceola: and Frank Thompson, Jr., Joiner. Failing to report were Estec Lee Davis of Caliparia, Calif., and Ruben Kenneth Goodman of Wilson. PAGE ELEVEN BASE (Continued from Page 1) letter from acting CAA Administrator Fred B. l lt . e ( Q the Air Force staling that Joint use would be satisfactory at i| 10 i );is( , tl( , re The Air Force, Mr. Win-field said, has requested exclusive use of Hie field here "as it does in nil cases." use had worked out satisfactorily, such as Memphis, Albiniiiernue and Lake Charles. La. The government's Airport Use Panel had been asked to decide the since its origin in May, 1951, Air I joint use issue at tin- base here "in d by .a committee from the.so- ilety working with a committee 'rom the Methodist college. j In her president's message this I Sears 57 lornlng, Mrs. Johnnie McClure of U S Steel 40 1-4 | ipringdale " ~ ' reminded delegates of heir obligation to fulfill the Wom- hn's Society pledge—to 'serve, to pray and to give. Speaking on "Service—Our Task." fehe said that needs apparent on leve.-y side are opportunities for service. She listed as five doors of service society members evangelism, Inissions. youth work. Christian responsibility in politics, and action |>n the alcohol problem. "It will take calmness, study, liervice. character and truth, with |he help of God, to serve the present age." she said. In the afternoon address on "Thy balling to Fulfill," Mrs. W. F. booley of Fayetteville said. "It is liot necessary to give oneself to lull time Christian service in order |o be a fulltime Christian. Women Doing More "Although in recent years a man's ] ailing has probably been In a : [smaller field, with the trend toward specialization; conversely, h'omen are doing more things than |.hey have ever done before. "In all this variety of activities, ? calling and yours is to be a child God. "We can fulfill this call by following the commandments of Jesus— |o love God with all our hearts, all ur souls, with all our strength, and ,-ith all our minds—and our neigh- as ourselves;" Mrs. Cooley, wife or the superin- Scarrifi Alumni !1 Will Meet Sou Pac 4 57-8 Alumni of Scarritt College Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. 10 — DSDAl—Hogs 7,500: active; Weights 180 Ibs up 25 to 40 higher, spots up 50 on heavier weights: lighter weights and sows strong to 25 higher; bulk choice 180-230 Ib | barrows and gilts 21.75-22.00: most 1240-270 Ibs 21.15-75; 150-110 Ibs 20.25| 21.50; 120-140 Ibs 11.25-19.25: sows 400 Ibs down 20.00-50; heavier sows 18.00-19.15. Cattle 2.500. calves 700; opening moderately active and strong to unevenly higher on steers, heifers and cows; bulls steady; vealers 1.00 lower; high choice medium weight steers 22.75: other good and choice steers 18.25-21.00; utility and commercial cows 13.50-15.00. who are attending the North Arkansas Conference Woman's Society meeting here will have breakfast together at 7:30 a.m. Thursday at Hotel Noble coffee shop. The college, located in Nashville, Tenn., is supported by the Methodist Church. Masonic Leader To Visir Here Roy C. Boiling, most worshipful grand master of the Worshipful Grand Lodge of the State of Arkansas, will make his annual visit to the Chickasawba Lodge 134 I Thursday night. ] The meeting; is to get underway ! at 7 o'clock and is for all Master j Masons. I Nazarene Church Plans Revival The' Rev. J. Russell Brown of Oklahoma City, will be evangelist for the revival meeting to be held at the Church of the Nazarene here April 16-26. Meetings will be held at 7:30 each night during the revival, the Rev-. Joe Bean, pastor of the tf ^ the Courts CIRCUIT— (Criminal Division—City of Blytheville vs. Felix Crawford, appeal on conviction of driving while Intoxicated. ROTC now has over 185.000 members in the U. S., he said. The Memphis State unit has an enrollment of 785 students. ROTC is required for the first two years in colleges which have units, Col. Hoffman pointed out. Advanced ROTC, taken during the last two college years, is voluntary, though most advanced students may get deferments. Graduates of the ROTC program are obligated to serve two years in the Armed Forces when called. Deferments, which may be given to as much as 85 per cent of enrollment, are based on academic standing and on the assumption that the member will be able to complete his course and be eligible to accept a cmmission. Col. Hoffman said. Deferments may be cancelled if work is not kept up to standard, he added. COUNCIL (Continued from Page 1) ditures during this period have been $61,718.06. Airport revenues in March wen $1.145.39 and expenditures were $2,128.10. Since Jan. 1, total revenue? to March 31 have been .?37,179.66 with expenditures of $6,791.59. There ivas $42.467.62 in the airport fund as of March 31. Invocation preceeding last night's meeting was given by the Rev. Orville McGtlire, pastor of the Neu Liberty Baptist Church. Absent from the session were Firsl Ward Aldermen Homer Wilson and Jesse White and Fourth Ward Alderman Leslie Moore. WAKNIN'G ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chicka- sa\vba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Bobbie G. Pierce, Ptf. vs. No. 12.362 Bessie Ruth pierce, Dft. The defendant, Bessie Ruth ierce, is hereby warned to appear vithin thirty days in the court nam- d in the caption hereof and an- wer the complaint of the plaintiff, Bobbie G. Pierce. Dated this 24th day of March, 953. Geraldine Liston, Clerk By Cherry Sue Barnes, D. C. Guy Walls, atty, for pltf. Ed B. cook, atty. ad litem. 3i25-41-8-15 January, 1952. Mr. Warlii'ld said, but no decision was ever rendered. The CAA has itskrd that die case lie re-opened and a decision made, he said. The Regional Air Spare Sub-Committee also discussr-d the Blytlie- ville situation and agreed joint .use i would be feasible. The Air Force \ wanted exclusive use, however, Mr. | Wai-field said, and since tlune was j no request from [he City of Blytheville, the exclusive use was granted. The CAA wrote a dissenting opinion on this decision, he said. The Air Space Sub-Committee, he explained, is composed of representatives of the Army. Navy, Air Force, CAA, airlines executives and Federal Communications Admini.stra- tion. He said If Blytheville built ft separate, small field, it would be limiting the size of air craft which could come in here. Mr. Warrleld was accompanied by three CAA representatives from Little Rock. They were Albert Mevcr, safety agent; R. B. Allen, airport engineer; and A. A. Yeagcr, district airport engineer. A complaint about crop-dusting operations near residences on 15th Street was registered by Mike Meroney. who later discussed tiie matter with Mr. Meyer nnd Mr. Lloyd, owner of the aircraft involved. Apparently the matter was settled. Truck Collision Snarls Traffic Near Here for Three Hours Traffic on Highway 61 was tied up for three hours last night following a collision between two trailer trucks at the Sandy Ridge Bridge, five miles south of Blytheville, Slate Trooper Tom Sinal- ley said today. The (rucks, belonging to Klmball Truck Lines and Crawford Brothers Produce Company of Gravctte, Ark,, sideswiped on a curve about 50 feet north of the bridge and both tractors were a total loss, Trooper Smalley said. Neither driver was injured aside from bicng shaken up, he said. Elwood Brown of Cape Girardeau was driving the northbound Kim- ball truck, and Alvin Nowlln of Gravette was driving the southbound produce truck which was carrying 40.000 pounds of frozen chickens. Trooper Smalley reported. After the collision, the Crawford truck went onto the bridge out of control and slid sideways blocking passage, he said. The Klmball truck continued north 300 feet before going into the ditch. Neither the trailers nor their cargoes were damaged, he said, A collision at Chicka.sawba and Division Streets about 10 o'clock last night was Investigated by Officers J. R. Gunter and Bert Ross. No details were available this morning. Scout Leader Courses Start Training courses for Boy Scout leaders In both north and south Mississippi County disrticts are getting underway this week. Last night those In the south dislrict met in Luxora in conjunction with the regular district meeting. Tomorrow night. North Mlssis- siv;>i County district Scouters are to giithcr at Rustic Inn for an introductory training meeting and to hear an outline of the training schedule. C. Franklin -Sanders, who heads training in the south district, an- church, announced. A pastor and evangelist since Ufi, the Rev. Brown was district Sunday School and youth worker in the Idaho-Oregon District from 1945 to -1947. Since 1950, he has been pastor of Penn Avenue Church in Oklahoma City. nounced last night that Scouters will be mailed a schedule of courses within a week. Tlie courses for the north district are to be held each Wednesday night and will be under the direction of Kelley Welch, district training chairman. TV Service-Center NEIL ROSS Trained Technician for radio and television repair, industrial electronics, and basic radio engineering. For Service Dial 3816 S TRUCK PRICES! Famous Dodge Quality Al New Lower Prices! Yes, you can get famous Dodge quality at new lower prices! 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Speaking on "To Serve the Pres- hn Age" In.st. nisht, Miss MUdred prescher, field worker for the Worn- Division of the Methodist oard of Missions, said that the mrch in the West has been strong |«ause It has been a "sending" Ihtlrch. 1 She discussed Woman's Division projects in other countries in line Vith this concept, and cited the ipportunity of the Woman's Society lo make the church meaningful to dispossessed people in Korea and serve In the Philippines, India, fifrica and around the world. ._As individuals, she said, "too of- the difference in the new 1953 CARRIER -first room air conditioner to take no space In the room The new Carrier cools, filters, dehumidifies every breath of air twice. Runs so quietly you can hardly hear it. Slew design fits any window quickly, easily. ,£ome in and see it today I CITY ELECTRIC 109 S. Fifth 1'h. 8181 "Servicing N.E. Arkansas and S.E. Missouri" E First! GREAT NEW PERFORMANCE! 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