The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1955 · Page 2
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TWO (ARK.) (WOTTE* WEDNESDAY, 28, I9SB Brazil's Congress Readies State Of Siege Declaration By JIMMIE S. PAYXE RIO' DE JANEIRO (AP) — Congress moved today toward a state of siege declaration to block any Supreme Court action reinstating Joao Cafe Filho as president of Brazil. " ' There was every houses would approve quickly the Youth Buried Along With Grandfather . She It survived by » son, Oliver Harriett of Little Rock. Pallbearers will be Pay Austin, Fred Hodge. Joe Childress, Roy Handley, Charlie McCamey and Paul Kirkindall. Rites Conducted For Wreck Victim Joint funeral services for Thomas Jefferson Peek. 83, and his six! year-old crandson. Lcroy Harris. \vtre conducted at 2;30 p.m. today: S( , rvlre chap(11 jn Lfachville by J. S. indication both; in Pentocosl Church at Pascpla. Jones 0[ (he Leachv |ilc Church of Services for Mrs. Mary E. De Long. 44. of Leachville. who died in an automobile accident in Alabama Sunday mpht, were conducted at 2'30 [) m. today in Howard Funeral COUNCIL Pentagon Loyalty Program Probed Senate Group Seeks To Find if Security Measures too Tough WASHINGTON IJ) — Senate in- visionai ., by Bo!) Lawyer t'f the Ken- ; neit Church of Christ. Burial wa? in Pascoia with Howard Funeral Services in charge. Jones Burial tery. She i was in Leachville ceme- mved by four sons slight heart attack. After Congress barred . death in the fire and his grandfa-. i iher died a lew hours later of burns return to power, his attorneys pe-1 su(fered , n lhf f jre titioned the Supreme Court for anj young Harris injunction to restore him to office., pnr! , ms Mr . an d M r Ramos promptly countered with survived by his Rov Harris veetigators sought today to find out whether Pentagon loyalty- security programs have been too tough. Jerome D. Fe; the Defense Dep; system, was called before the Sen-] ate subcommittee on constiutionalj j• ~^ his message asking the lawmakers of Kennctt. to decree a stage o! siege. Nullify Ruling would nullify in advance .. , ,! anv ruling bv the court supporting enton, director of j • - A sl . i(!( , of si itees ^"^'f ,1""='! the President. Cabinet and Con- from complying with rights. The subcommittee is trying to determine whether individual liberties guaranteed by the,Constitution have been abridged. To Illustrate Friendship seph L. Rauh Jr., Washington lawyer for the CIO United Auto Workers, used the .World War n membership of Sen. Saltonstall (R- Mass) in the National Council for American-Soviet Friendship to Illustrate his criticism of a security test he sak' the Defense Department proposed last year for defense plant workers. He snid the department later dropped the idea. Rauh said the department proposed that no defense worker be given security clearance unless he certified that he never knowingly had assocnted with anyone who hiid belonged to an organization on the attorney general's list of sub-j versive organizations. . Under this requirement, Rauh said, no fellow senator of Saltonstall's could have passed the proposed, test. Through his office here Saltonstall said he had joined the .organization during the war "for the purpose of helping to provide clothing and other necessities to those in need in Russia, which was then our ally . , ." He said he resigned from the council "when at war's end it was indicated clearly this organization might be used for other and undesirable purposes." Mr, Peek is survived by :u r o sons. James Peek o! Kenneu and Noah Peek of Pascola: six dawr.Vers. Mrs. Beulah Brewer of Portaae- ville. Mrs. Alma Haegenmacivtr •<{ M;:nM*;lle. Ala.. Mrs. Nora Taylor and V:\s. N;mcy Kenney of Decauir. any; Ala.. Mrs. Lula Harris of Kenneu jnc-' w ' 1 ^ wnom ne m ft de his home, and | Mrs. Louise Suggs of Benton Harbor. Mich.; one step-daughter. Mrs. Ociei) Brewer of Portage ville; and brother. Seybourn Peek of De- Services Friday lions the courts may issue. Cafe, his "disability" from ofiice extended until Congress takes fur- house arrest with police and troops calur I surrounding his home and his ' phone cut off. A special guard also; shielded Ramos in the presidential; The determined fight against Ca-; TOT MtS, Mlll0r fe's return tr> office — waged by the congressional majority and high avmy leaders under the "strong man" war minister. Gen. Henrique Teixeira ".ott — stemmed! il]ness of one W eek, will be cou- from their suspicions Cafe is plot- j Ducted at 2 p.m. Friday ai Full ting with opponents of President- Gospel Tabernacle by the Rev. Services for Mrs. Anner B. Miller. 11. who died ihis morning :u '• j Chickasawba Hospital following an "jOtt — Stemmed! iii nn c-<- n( nnr* iimnl- n'ill VIP rnn. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111.. HV-USDA—Hogs 7,500; early trading active; weights 180 Ibs up and sows 25-60 higher; weights 170 Ibs down steady; bulk mixed U. S. Nos. 1, 2 and 3. 180-230 'r barrows and gilts 12.00-75; few 230 Ibs late down to 11.75 or less; several lots mostly Nos. 1 and 2 grade around 185-215 Ibs 12.85-13.00; mixed grade 230-280 Ibs butchers 11.25-12.25; 140170 Ibs 11.75-12.25; sows 450 Ibs dott'n 10..00-50; heavier .sows 9.5010.00; boars over 250 Ibs 6.50-8.50; few lighter weights to 9.50. Cattle 2,200, calves 700; virtually no early sales; cows, bulls and vealers steady; bulk utility and commercial cows 9.50-11.50; most, canners arid cutters 7.00-9.00; light shelly canners down to 5.00 and elect Juscelir.o Kubitschek. Congressional nnd army leaders feared a coup to prevent Kubitschek. political heir of the late President Getullo Vargas, from taking office next'Jan. 31. Turned Over to Lu7, When Cnfe stepped down he turned the presidency over to Car los Coimbra da Luz. president oi" the Chamber of Deputies. Lott and his associates, suspecting Luz of being a party to the alleged plot ngainst Kubitschek, carried out a swift, bloodless coup which removed Luz and made Ramos, then president of the Senate, provisional president of the country. The army, navy, and air force ministers issued a joint statement pledging their support to Ramos. The initial limit on a state of .siege Is only 30 days. But It could ;be extended for similar periods until the end of the presidential term in January. Cafe had been expected to serve until then when he moved up from the vice presidency after Vargas committed suicide Aug. 24, 1954. The executor of a state of siege can oblige any individual to remain In a determined location or detain him in any building not used for common criminals. This could keep Cafe incommunicado in his home until KubitscheK is safely in office. A state of siege also restricts other constitutional guarantees. extremes below; bulk utility and commercial bulls U.50-13.50; tight canner bulls down to 9.00; good heavy beef bulls 10.50-11.00; few prime vealerfi -7.00; sc, utter ing high choice (o prime 24.00-26.00; most pood and choice kinds 18.0023.00; others 12.00-18.00; occasional culls down to 10.00. D. Tabor. Burial with Cobb Funeral Home in charge will be in Maple Grove Cemetery. Mr?, Miller had lived in Blvthe- ville for 43 years. She had several sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply .All Your Clothing Needs: • Uniforms • Pelts • Caps • Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner - Clothier - Tailor Blvtheville, Ark. GIANT WIDE SCREEN OPEN THURS., FRI., SAT. & SUN. NIGHTS Box Office Opens 6:30 — Show Starts at Dusk THANKSGIVING & FRIDAY November 24 & 25 iContinued from Page 1) Blytheville. CoiiiH-il deeded so.mp "stray" acre- aRt- ai Blyrht'viHp Air Force Base to the Corps of EiiRineprs. About 15 acres had not been included in the original deed. Fovu'teo.u property owners submitted a petition asking that no permit be issued for a trroc-cry store in the 900 block of Clark Street, Jesse L. Harrison Jr.. of St. IxHiis, Clyde Harrison of Arnold. Mo.. Earl Harrison of Ponpano Bearh. Fla.. and Tom Harrison of Arbyrd, Mo.; four daughters. Mary Frances Harrison of Leachville. Mrs. Johnny Younsj. Mrs. James Wat kins and Mrs. Josephine .Harrison, all of Benton Harbor, Mich. SCHOOLS (Continued from Pnge I) vug on winter wouiher. "At tiny nite, we hope to have the building finished by the 1956 fall school term," l\e said. The building win oe of "plain, modern school design." Branson went on. "\Ye designed it to get the most building for the money available.." It will be a one-story brick exterior with lightweight block for interior walls, the architect explained. Financinp will be by the federal government and the school district, the United States contributing S2M,- •000. The remaining SI.722 will be depoMted in a building fund from last summer's school bond issue of $410.000. It will be the first expenditure Ore Shipments Up CLEVELAND </Ti ~ Omit Lukes shipments of iron ore, coal and grain totaled 20.517.51)6 net tons last month, tiic bluest October tonnage since iiH-1. the Lake Carriers Assn. reported today. from the bond issue on the city's •Jt'hool building program, Bninson Ingenuity Pays Off ALICANTE. Spain tfl'i—An energetic Spanish woman lias found a way to kci'p her chickens fat despite an empty granary- She goes from church to church with n crate ot chickens. When she comes on ft wedding—and the Spanish are ft marrying lot-^she lets out a chicken os the happy bride and groom oinerno. for the rice, you know. DR. GEORGE W. VERNON Dentist Dental Office Now Open in Lynch Building HOURS: Mon. thru Fri. 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 Noon Telephone PO 3-4357 Blythcvlllt, ArkanSM Double Feature —AND— ALSO CARTOON Nat First Wishes You A Happy Thanksgiving \Ve- in Amovia have many things to he happy for. As we sit down tomorrow to our tables laden with nil the traditional ThatiksuiniiK Day foods, let us be mindful of the less fortunate people in our city and country who will j?o through the day with empty hearts and stomachs. Take a few moments and make someone's Thanksgiving Day a little brighter, it will brighten your day too. At the end of the day take time to count your many blessings. "The world is" so full of a number of things, I'm sure we should all he ns happy as kings". —Robert Louis Stevenson. 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