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MONDAY, MARCH I, 1MM BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! PAGENIN1 Middle East War Clouds Darkened By Fresh Fighting -* Commodity And Stock Markets- N«w York Cotton Mar 3577 3577-J57T 3577 May 3549 3550 3530' 3534 July 3421 3426 3402 S403 Oct 3180 3183 3182 31S4 New Orleans Cotton Mar 3576 3576 3573_3H3_ May 3548 3552 3534 3538 July 3426 342S 3403 3408 Oct 3177 3183 3163 3163 (Continued from Pa«e 1) Mapai party at a meeting near Tel Aviv he had heard King Hussein declared "he Is now ready to destroy' Israel." "Let him try," said Ben-Gurion. In Amman, Jordan, joyful screaming crowds continued "to roam the capital streets cheering Olubb's ouster.' Plane Explode! British War Minister Antony Head arrived on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, where Britain has two paratroop battalions ready to' move to Jordan to protect - British citizens if trouble comes. RAF transport .planes w«r Chicago Wheat Mav .... 221% 221% May .. . 211% 218 Chicago Corn Mar .... 129'/ 4 130 M*y . . 133% 133% 220'/a 211 217 12954 129% 133%. 133% Chicago Soybeans Mar ... 260',i 263 2591/4 260 K-.y .... 264V4 265>,z 263V4 263'/ 2 .-July ... 26614 26T.4 26514 26S14 -Sept .... 24614 USV, 245'/ 2 245=4 i'sw York Stocks A T and T 185 3-4 Amer Tobacco 78 ' 'Anaconda Copper 79 1-2 B-.th Steel 154 3-4 Chrysler ? 4 !- 4 C-a-Cola WO G'.n Voters ., 4j 1-8 Montgomery Ward 903-8 N Y Central 45 .Republic Steel 47 3-8 .-Radio 45 .Texas Corp 122 7-8 Sears 35 'p s Steel 57 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111, 'w--(USDA)—Hogs 20,500; mostly -•lower- several hundred head TJ. S 1 and 2 200-220 Ib 12.75; few grade i'i held higher; 180-240 Ib mixed 12 00-50; .moderate showing' 250-270 Ib 2 and 3 grade 11.75-12.00; 140170 Ib 10.25-11.50; 100-130 Ib 8.25 .'975- sows under 400 Ib 10.00-50; .-400 Ib up 9.0-10.00 boars 5.50-7.00. •:-. Cattle 6,000; calves 800; strong -'on stoers, heifers, and cows; scat- v-tered lots high good to low choice .'steers 17.00-18.60; utility and commercial cows 11.00-12.00; canners and cutters 9.00-11.50; bulls and . .vealers steady; .utility and' com,„ merclal bulls 12.50-14.50; good ant •rchoice vealers 18.00-24.00; practical top high choice, and prime 26.00; -.individual prime vealers to 28.00; • bulk utility and commercial 14.0018.00; culls 8.00-12.00. Obituary John R. Hard in, Pioneer Resident, Dies in Hosptal Service* for John Richard Hardin, pioneer resident at Blytheville. will be conducted at 1 p.m. tomorrow In Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev Mirctu Wilkinson and the Rev. Gene Schultz. Burial will' be In Maple Grove Cemetery. Mr, Hajdln, who wa« 81, died Saturday at a hoapital in Little Rock where he had been a patient for the past seven months. Born in Waynesboro, Tenn., he had made hi* home here for many years. Survivors Include three daughters, Mrs. Hattie Stafford and Mrs. Ella Fast of San Diego, Calif., and Mrs. Mary Lucius of 'Blytheville; two sons, Albert Hardin of Blytheville hed to Cyprus ovei weekend to evacuate Britons from Jordan if necessary. A . four-engine British pla«- caught fire and exploded under mysterious circumstances yesterday aiter it had made a refueling stop on Cyprus. With sabotage by Cypriots seeking union with Greece a possibility, the British launched an investigation. The Israeli Foreign Ministry threatened stern countermeasures unless Syria returned the two captured policemen. The two bodies were returned last night after the Syrians had handed them over to U.N. officials. The Syrians also returned two Israeli police launches they had seized. Israel Pratt til The Syrians, said they suffered } casualties In the clash. Israel registered a strong protest over the incident. 'This wanton attack must raise the gravest' concern lest tension in the region be heightened following repeated Syrian aggression," an Israeli. Foreign Office spokesman said. The' incident took place where Israeli forces attacked Syrian gun- posts last ec. 11, killing 66 Syrians. Six Israelis lost their lives i.in the attack, which Israel said was in retaliation for shooting, at fishing- boats. The U.N. Security Council sharply censured Israel for the raid. yesterday's clash began before dawn when an Israeli patrol boat ran aground on a beach hear the Syrian border. The Syrians said several Israeli carft neared the _' shore in what they labeled an attempt to land "armed Israeli forces" for spying purposes. The Israelis contended that Syrian forces opened fire when they brought in a second boat to try to 'dislodge the grounded craft. and TBXT Charles. Hardin Oxford, Miss., Noah of Killeen, it-Hardin of Hardin of GOP PHILBRICK (Continued from Page 1) then they can become 'hardened as the Reds say themselves. '•-•• "The communists try to trans- . -.-form the minds, hearts and souls :-;of today's youths who will be to<-,morrow's adults into broken indl- •••viduals who comply to wishes of it the Reds. Most quit :v "Most youths in the Cambridge « Youth Council quit when they real! ized it was communist sponsored, but some stayed on, for some rea- • son unknown to me, and studied communism. They gradually went , up the ladder in the Communist I Party until they too were harden• ed men and women caring not j about themselves, but only about. • communism. i "For the most part, criminals are «uch by accldent^-but not commu- , nists. They study to become evil! • "Tile Reds teach newcomers to lie about their activities With the '- party to the extent they will tell . their parents on a stack of Bibles 1 they are not communists, That ' shows how much (he Reds think • of the Bible. It's a convenient device •- for them to use for evil. , "My own parents didn't know of : .my communist activities. "A man who prayed that his son who was in service (Continued from Page 1) or. other high post. . In Nixon's home state, the California Republican Assembly" yesterday approved a resolution which "enthusiastically endorses'' re-election of . both Eisenhower and Nixon. The assembly is a volunteer party organization. An ~ Associated Press poll of GOP governors, state chairmen and national committee members showed that 35 per cent of those responding favor renominatlon of Nixon. An additional 9-per cent were for' Nixon if Eisenhower wants him and less than 3 per cent favored mother candidate. Fifty-four per cent did not com- m'ent or were noncommittal Houston, Miss., Gordon Hardin of Myrtle, Miss., Cornelius Hardin of Hayti and Chester Hardin of Gobler, Mo., and one sister, Mrs. Mealer Rogers of Tyronza. Pallbearers will be Charley Moody, Jack Mody, Vic Hyde, Qeorge Williams, Tom Grimes and Lee Reagon. Milliqan Rites Are Held Today Services were conducted this afternoon for Sarah Elizazbeth 'Milll- gan, 16, who died in a Poplar Bluff hospital, at Manila's Church of Christ. Burial was to be in Manila Cemetery, Howard Funeral Service in charge. She had. lived in Manila until about five years ago. She leaves one son, Clay Milligan, Pisk, Mo.; one daughier, Mrs. Le- pna Costner, Flint, Mich.; two brothers, Vester Baker, Manila, Alex Baker, Lilbourn, seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Jack Roberts Dies at Newport Jack Roberts, owner and mana ger of the Southern Handle Mill at Newport for more than 35 years, died at a Newport hospital at 11 o'clock last night. Mr. Roberts, ill with heart trouble for several years, was 65 years old. He. was born! in Sharon, Tenn. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Willie Roberts, and sister, Mrs. T. B. watkins, both of Armorel. Funeral arrangements are incomplete Services Held For Mrs. Jones, Steele Resident STEELE'— Mrs. Minerva Elizabeth Jones, wife of J. E. Jones o] this city, died at Baptist. Hospital in Memphis Sunday morning. She had suffered arthritis for the past 30 years and was spending the winter in Florida from where she to the - Memphis hos- Lausche Seen As Best Bet '• World War. II would come out of the war,alive later said he would ' rather have Him dend than be as ! he is today—a communist. t , Powerful "The Reds are so powerful that ' 'they have control over 900-million . people today. There are 30,(»0 •• agents of theTteds in thi« couh- [ "try with the ultimate goal of controlling the world. • . "The communists have increased ! from a mere 4,ObO commando troops , In Moscow just 36 yean ago. ' "I hop* we won't lower our de' lenie for one tingle moment. A« i well at rights of Democracy in thi» ALLENTOWN, Pa. UP] — Sen. Bridges (R-NH) said, last night Ohio's Oov. Lausche "at this time would be more difficult" Democratic Presidential candidate for the OOP to beat "than others who are running." He said he did not know who would be the hardest to beat !n November. Adlai Stevenson Is waging a 'formidable campaign, Bridges said. "He Stevenson has a brilliant during I mind", but "may talk • himself out in eight or nine months," Bridges added. country of ours, we have duties. The most important duty is to safe- .guard the freedom in our nation from communism. "We must stay fit, both morally and physically, and should help •those slaves behind the toco Curtain. They hate communism even more than we for they Icnow first hand how awful it is. "We must keep our eyes open and must turn to Ood If we want to win over communism." was flown pital. Mrs. Jones, born February 25. 1895, was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. -Samford of near Holland and had lived her entire life in the Holland-Steele communities. She is survived by her husband, iwo sons, Vernon and Vermon; two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Christine Tyler and Mrs. Vera Laverne Lindsey, all of near Steele, eleven grandchildren and six great grand- WILSON BETA OFFICERS — Officers of the newly-organized Wilson High School Beta Club shown examining the club's charter are Pat Wood- yard, reporter; Ann Nicholson, president; Frances Tacker, vice president, and Linda Swindle, secretary. In Municipal Court Three men and a woman were fined In Municipal Court today on drunk driving charges. Eugene Pitman pleaded guilty to a second offense of drunk driving within a 12-month period. He was fined $250, costs and was given a mandatory 10-day jail sentence. In addition, his driver's license was suspended for one year. O. D. Rhoads was fined $100, costs and sentenced to 24 hours in jali. Joseph C. Eodgers, a Blytheville Air Force Base airman, was fined $100, cost* and sentenced to 24 hours in Jail after pleading guilty to the charge. Ethel Mae Green received a similar fine and sentence. In other cases, Willie Clayton forfeited a $1 bond on a speeding charge. children. She has two brothers, W. R. and Joe/I. Samford, of this community. Puner*! services were conducted Monday afternoon from the 'German Funeral Home chapel by Cnris Lyles, pastor of the Steele Church of Christ. Burial was in Mt: Zion Cemetery. • Pallbearers were P. G. Morgan, Luther Howell, B. L. Bopp, Charles Cohoon, John Gates, and W. A. Dates. Honorary pallbearers were Charles Bates, John Parks and J, W. Blackwell. Pemiscof Loses Oldest Citizen, Mrs. Harrison STEELE — Mrs. Laura Harrison, believed to be at the time of her death the oldest resident in Femiscot County,., died Sunday morning at the age of 97 years. She had resided in tiie Denton community since 1895 -and had made her home with her daughter, Mrs Newton Denton, in her declining years. She was born in Rome, Ga., and c.ime via , Arkansas to Missouri with her husband, Henry Bomar. After his death, she was married to William Harrison, who preceded her in death. Known as "Grandma Harrison," she was the mother of eight children. Mrs. Denton and Floyd Harrison of Arizona are twins.' . She had 20 grandchildren, 36 great grandchildren and six great great grandchildren.. She had been a member of the General Baptist Church at Denton for 50 years. " Funeral arrangements are incomplete, but as now planned will be Wednesday from General Baptist Church' in Denton with German Funeral Home in charge. Bassett Farmer Dies after Illness Joseph B. Cissell, 14, a retired fs;mer, died early last night in Bassett. Funeral services for the life-long resident of "this area will be,conducted at,3 o'clock today at Bnssett Presbyterian Church, with burial in Baptist Cemetery. Mr. Cissell had been ill for two years. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Lottie Clssell; a son, E. E. Cissell, both of Bassett; and a daughter, Mrs. Joe McKay of West Memphis. Citizens Funeral Home in West Memphis is In charge. PROBE Read Courier News Classified Ads, THE BIG NEW STUDEBAKER PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET • Fresh Fruit & Produce • Fresh Dressed Poultry The Finest in Bof, Veal, Lamb & Pock N«»ioMlly AtortiM* A Fancy 2-2043 Coll In ••••*•; '< Drftw Comt In 1044 Chick IS MAKING THE BIO NEWS IN THE LOW PRICE FIELD! •Ia NEW* FORWARD! It's th* new, longer, bigger look. That's cra/tsman*hip with a flair! •14 NEW* APTI Twin exhautii are among many ftne ca* touches you'll find on new Studebtken. •ID NIW« IN lN<JINCCftlN«l Pyramid Design fives Stud*baker the road-huffing lowwt center of gravity. •Id NEWS IN PROTECTION I Studebakar leads' with St*» lock door latches, reinforced ftamea, optional seat belt*. •l« NEWS IN BRAKES! Studebtker's Scfety-tctioa brake* •n huaky enough to stop a car almost twice it* site! •19 NEWS IN "HUSTLE") Take-off Torque, in 4 new engine* —hein to the Mobilgs* Economy down. •I*) NEWS IN INTERIORS! New FlighUtyl* control p«nU, wHk wgaifyi*g fefcty-Ey* ipMdMMter. Ml* kl* new eholo* In th* lew »f lee field Studebaker CHAMBUN SALES COMPANY R«iliwi<J ft Aid Strati! Miom i (Continued from Page 1) ng iis inquiry to the Case mater, was ready to try again to pin down whether Neff offered to contribute Keck funds to the re-election campaign of Sen. Hickenloop er (R-Iuwa). The committee last week heard conflicting testimony on this point. Asked About Report In his TV appearance, Goldwa- :er was asked about a report that had received a contribution from the Kecks. "That is c o r r e c t," Goldwa- ;er said. He added: "If Mr. Keck likes the way I vote he has a perfect right to give money to me." Goldwater said that neither Keck nor any of some 200 other to his campaign ha; a special favor of contributors ever asked lim. It was not clear whether Goldwater or his questioner were talking about Howard Keck, though the questioner referred to him as 'Mr. Keck, who seems to be, shal we say, the source of this trouble at the start." The questioning, however, grew out of an earlier Drew Pearson broadcast in which Pearson reported, an aide,said, that Goldwa ;er had received a contribution from Matthew Keck of the Super tor Oil family. The committee looking into the Case matter has taken testimony from Robert K. ' Goodwin, Iowa Republican national committeeman, that Neff made two offers, of $2,500 and $1,000, to Hickenlooper's campaign. Neff denied making either offer and said he talked with Goodwin only once, in Des Moincs. In an effort to resolve the conflict, the committee called Goodwin's wife to tell what she knows of a telephone conversation her husband had last Feb. 19 with Ivan D. Evans of Broken Bow, Neb., .Neff's lawyer. Kvans and his son, John H. Evans, have given sworn testimony contradicting Goodwin's account of the conversation. Mrs. Goodwin reportedly listened to .the conversation on an extension line in her home. ,ex's -activities in Iowa came under investigation as part of the committee's efforts . to determine whether an improper attempt had oeen made to influence the vote of Sen. Case. Campbell Names New Manager Lawrence W. Oliver has been appointed manager of the Campbell Sixty-Six terminal in Blytheville, president Frank G. Campbell announced today from Springfield, Mo. He takes over the duties of the late H. M. Wallace. Born in Ward, Ark., and a first lieutenant in the army during World war II, Oliver Is a former safety supervisor and road driver for the company. Estes to File In California SACRAMENTO (If) — Tennessee's Sen. Estes Kefauver, hopeful of a second California victory will land him the Democraitc presidential nomniation, will enter California's June 5 presidential primary today his backers announced. who won California'! presidential popularity iciot Kefauver, Democratic test four eyars ago, was expected to have a 136-name list of delegates filed for him. The delegation for Adlai Stevenson, Kefauver's rival in the state Demcoratic primary, and the 70 members of the Eisenhower delegation on the Republican ballot are exepcted to be filed by Wednesday night. Are Under Way A special week of preaching started at First Christian Church lasl night with the Rev. Eric White of Paris, Tenn., and Nottingham, England conducting services. Services will be held at 1:30 each Lemus Elected In El Salvador SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (/P) —Interior Minister Jose Maria Lemus has won election handily to succeed Oscar Osorio as president of Central America's smallest country. Lemus was the candidate of Osorio's Revolutionary Party of Uni- iication. The united four-party opposition withdrew its . candidate! and ordered its followers to boycott the voting.yesterday. Although voting is compulsory for for some 800,00 men and women over 18, few voters were tew at the polls. No violence wu reported. IKE (Continued from Page I) stantial military assistance for them that cultural and economte developments have Been neglected. "Far too late he seems to b« coming around to the realization that some long-term program at this nature is needed." night through Friday. The spectal services climax the church's church loyalty month and week of evangelistic visitation. Read .Courier News Cla«slfl*d Id*. Paint Closeout Man; Types And Colon i Price Hubbard Hardware Cave-in Kills Two SANTIAGO, Chile (/P)—A tunnel collapsed in the Chilean-owned Disputada de las Condes copper mine on Santiago's eastern outskirts early today. Rescuers dug out seven severely injured miners and two bodies.- REVIVAL SERVICES Now In progress. Where: Pentecostal Assembly, 1815 E. Main Street Time: 1:45 each evening. Everyone is invited to attend. Preaching will be done by Rev. W. C. Van Bibber with the help of other*. For aches, pains, cats, braises, b«rns, colds, headachM, bita and stinji, try Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment Available at your favorite ding counter C. G. SM1TB PRODUCTS CO. Wells-2" to 16" Irrigation - Industrial - Municipal - Domestic WATER is our BUSINESS We Drill For It Pump It Soften It Filter It Cool It Irrigate With It GINNERS - TAKE NOTICE: L«t us furnish your water needs for fire fighting power •nit cooling, for statifien. HOME WATER SYSTEMS 3 Yean to Pay Complete iron remoTal, filtering and softening systems built to fit your needs. Wt have the answer to your needs for greater water volume and pressure*. McKinnon Irrigation Co. Phone 112 or 190 — Manila, Ark. DR. J. TROY PAYNE wishes to announce the removal of his office from Walls Hospital to THE CHICKASAWBA CLINIC In association with DR. W.O. GREEN 903 Chickasawba Try a Texaco Service Station Sec or CoH Us For o Texaco Notibno/ Credit Card-LET US POWER YOUR FARM We deliver anywhere in Mississippi County BOB LOGAN "YOUR TEXACO MAN" "Blytheville Phone 3-3391 Joiner Phone 2421 YOU CAN'T STOP THE QUEEN MAR* WITH A CLOTHESLINE., ony more thonyo* can keep a tornado from hitting your house. But yow coo buy insurance — the right kind, in the right amount. We'H be- fiJad to advise. NOBLE GILL AGENCY GLENCOE BLDG. Pho. 3-6868 Certified Blue Tag DP&L 15 COTTON SEED ton FARMERS SOYBEAN CORP. "The Home of Sudden Service" Hutson & Broadway Ph. 3-8191 WE RENT • HOSPITAL BEDS ... BABY BEDS • ROLLAWAY BEDS • USED REFRIGERATORS • USED WASHERS WADE FURNITURE CO. 112 W. Main Phone 3-3122 G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. FUEL OIL "I Sell That Stuff" _ Phone 2-2089 ," Viilt Our Conoco Strylc*, A*h t DivUiwi

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