MONDAY, MARCH 12,1956 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Commodity And Stock York Cotton May 3531 3537 3517 3517 July 3342 3343 3318 3324 Oct 3159 3168 3155 3160 Deo 3146 3156 3144 3151 New Orleans Cotton May 3534 3535 3518 3524 July 3345 3345 3317 3323 Oct ........ 3162 3168 3157 3160 rjec 3150 3160 3149 3149 Chicago Wheat Mar .... 222 223VJ 221 V, 222% May .... "T/2 319% 21TJ4_2J8V4 Chicago Corn Mar .... my, 13114 13H' B 131V, May .... 13414 134% 1343'» 134% Chicago Soybean* Mar .... 263H 26314 2611/2 26H4 May .... 285% 266i' 2 264% 264% July .... 267 267% 265% 266 Sept.... 246 24614 24514 245V 2 New York Stocks A T and T 184 Amer Tobacco 78 Anaconda Copper • 80 Beth Steel 156 Chrysler '. .; 77 Coca-Cola 130 Gen Electric 61 Gen Motors 46 Montgomery Ward 93 N Y Central 45 Int Harvester 37 Republic Steel 47 Socony Vacuum 71. Standard of N J 159 Sears . 35 U S Steel 57 Victim Dies After Pemiscot Car Wreck HAYTI — A woman died here as the result of an accident after the man charged with causing the accident had already been convicted on a careless and reckless driving Charge for the mishap. He can't be recharged now for a higher crime because of the death, Prosecuting Attorney James (Tick)' Vickrey claims. Jack Daniel Morris pleaded guilty in Pemiscot County Magistrate Court at Caruthersville Monday to careless and reckless driving while drinking. Judge Sam Corbett fined rtim $25, plus costs, and Morris was released. A victim of the accident, Lucy Burnett, 74, Negro, of Wyatt, Mo., died some 30 hours later on Tuesday night at County Memorial Hosnital in Hayti. The prosecutor said he could have filed manslaughter charges LABOR (Continued from Page 1) and 4 percent of annual pay, depending on length of employment. Lay-offs and re-hiring are to be done according to seniority. Notification of discharge for Just cause must be made to shop chairman and employe two weeks be- ton active date. Leaves of absence are granted for employees of 30 days' service In event of disabling illness or in- Jury and - to employes of six months' service for personal reasons or pregnancy with no loss of seniority. Employes entering armed forces may return with privileges at separation and retain seniority. MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blylhevillt Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7-.00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature "A MAN ALONE" With Ray Milland _ AND — •J^ 1 * T. From 201* Cjnturyfoi in CINEMASCOPE Col« 11; ft lift SlireopMc Sound VICTOR MATURE ALSO CARTOON Tuesday Is Bargain Night! Admission lOc and 20c Double Feature JAMES STEWART uAlFBED HrrCHCOCKS "TARGET EARTH' ALSO CARTOON against Morris-u t&e woman-r.ag died before the conviction 'of the lesser charge. But a man can't be charged twice for the same crime, Vickrey said. The accident occurred' Saturday afternoon, March 3, on Highway 61 at the Route B intersection, which leads in one direction to Holland and in the other to Cooter. Two Found Guilty Of Petit Larceny CARUTHERSVILLE — Edmonfl Johnson and David Louis Johnson were found guilty of petit larceny and sentenced to one year each in the county jail in Pemiscot County Magistrate Court. Edmond pleaded guilty but trial was held for David who claimed Innocence. Arthur Redmond Holler pleaded guilty to three counts ,of violating traffic regulations and was assessed a total of $36 in fines plus court costs, and given 60 days suspended sentence. Prank Whit* pleaded guilty to having an expired license and was fined $5, plus costs. Laurence Lee Little pleaded guilty to having an expired trailer license and was fined |l, plus costs. Obituary Charles Tart Services Set For 2 P.M. Today Services for Charles Tart, 67, a resident of Blytheville for 40 years, were to be conducted at 2 o'clock this afternoon at Cobb Funeral Home chupel by Bill See, pastor of Church of Christ. Burial was scheduled for Elmwood Cemetery. He was a native of Lexington, Tenn., and made his home here on Moultrie Drive. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Ethel Tart; three sons, Charles S. J. B. and James, all of Blytheville; five daughters, Brenda, Mary and Diana Tart, Mrs. Charlene Culllson and- Mrs. Martha Gunter, all of Blytheville; one brother, Jim Tart, Stsele, and one sister, Mrs. Prances Wilson, Jackson, Tenn. Pemiscot Circuit Court in Session CARUTHERSTOiE - Willie Boyd wa* sentenced to two years in prison and was paroled in Circuit Court here after pleading guilty to carrying a concealed weapon. E&rl M. Sharp pleaded guilty to hit and run driving, was fined $50, plus costs, and given 80 days' suspended sentence. Haywood Harris pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicoted. He was fined ISO, plus costs, and given 6 months' suspended sentence. ; Charlet R. Cresap and James Orlssom pleaded guilty to careless and reckless driving. Cresap Was fined $100, plus costs, and Grissom was fined $5, plu« costs. J. W. Car mean Services Held CARUTHERSVILLE — Services for James W. Carmean were conducted Sunday afternoon at Eastwood Memorial Methodist Church with the Rev. Floyd Brower-officiating. Burial, under the direction of LaForge Funeral Home, was in Little Prairie Cemetery. Graveside rites were conducted by .Masonic Lodge 461 of Caruthersville., Mr. Carmean, who was 72, was a past-master of the lodge.. Mr. Carmean died of a heart attack Thursday at Moore Haven, Pla., where he had been vacationing. He had been ill for a week. The owner of Caruthersvilte Building Material Co.. he was a Rotarian. He had been a Sunday school teacher at the Methodist Church. Mr. Carmean was born Dec. IS, 1863, in Auglaize County, Ohio. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Effie Carmean of Caruthersville; a son, Paul W. Carmean of Caruthersville; two daughters, Miss Billie Faye Carmean of Caruthersville and Mrs. Betty Hinrich of Kansas City Mo.; two half brothers Vernon and Frederick Carmean both of Wapa- taneta Ohio and four grand children. PRIMARY (Continued from Pace 1) that Johnson would be an "attractive candidate" in his .state. The move on behalf of Johnson was initiated by Speaker of the House Rayburn of Texas. Johnson has agreed only to give the pro posal careful consideration. The 47-year-old senator suffered a heart attack last July but his doctors say he has made a good recovery. Far AfleM Meanwhile, Stevenson and Kefauver ranged far afield during the weekend in their quest for support. Addressing a party dinner in Detroit Saturday night, Stevenson attacked what he called Eisenhower's plan "for the delegation of our highest responsibilities to some 'associate presidents. 1 " He said the limits placed 'on Eisenhower's activities since his heart attack do not conform to "the rules .for. governing a democracy." "Finding peace and security . is a full-time job for a full-time president," he said. Kefauver, in a radio-TV interview yesterday, said Eisenhower administration "insistence" on flexible farm price supports would cost the Republicans dear ly in some normally OOP farm states next November. No Bomb Found HOLLYWOOD W) - Police conducted a room by room search of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital when an anonymous telephone calbr said a bomb had been planted in the building. No explosive was found. PLASTERING Patching or Complete Jobs STUCCO WORK WATER PROOFING Phone 3-8379 for Free Eallnute Htnchcll Beshars* CULVERT THE Concrete CplTtrtt—CerraoUA MeUI Plp«—A.tomttlc Flo** <>>tet—Acre* Typ* He«d > G»te» —Pre-Cut leptlo Tsnlu Wt Deliver—B«t triat Webb Culvert Tile Co, •i Ark.-MA. IUU LlM Plltm 0«k*ra I-MI4 CYPRUS (Continued fr^m Page 1) Athens. Fears were expressed that Com' munists would nock to the demonstrations and incite violence. Greek feeling against Britain was running high. Archbishop Makarios was the leader of the union-with-Greece movement on Cyprus, a British colony in the eastern Mediterranean. More than 80 persons were injured in rioting Saturday which saw British flags burned, British buildings stoned and the tires slashed on British-owned buses. The chief of Athens' mechanized police was injured critically attempting to quiet the mob. The anti-British demonstrations spread out to Salonika and.Crete. Rioters on Orete wrecked and looted the British consular building. The consul escaped by hiding in the basement. While the government banned mass meetings, it showed its anger at the British in other actions, teaching of English in elementary and high schools. It closed the British Institute and 'four other British-subsidized agencies. It canceled horse races and all athletic meetings "as a precautionary measure." Greek trade unions -lemanded the expulsion of British Ambassador Sir Charles Peake, whose presence in Athens they called a "dangerous provocation." Greece has already recalled her ambassador from London . Nicosia ' shops opened for busi- Truck Drivers Cited for Safety Campbell Sixty-Six Express has awarded three Blytheville drivers safety awards in celebration of nearly three years of accident-free operation in this area. Bradley Coleman received a ,12- year award, Robert Poppleton, four- year award, and Alvin Prichard, one-year award. According to Lawrence Oliver, new terminal manager here, 301 company drivers have 1,486 "years" , of safe driving. I Service pins were given to Oliver 1 for five years, Coleman for 10 years, and Poppleton for five years with the firm. Vickrey'sWife Lends a Hand CARTJTHEESVILLE — The wife of Pros. Atty. James Vickrey plans to start Monday on a half-day basis as secretary here for the prosecutor. Vickrey suspended his secretary, Mn. Billy Jack Davis, because he wasn't -alloted any funds from the County Court to pay her salary. A mandamus suit filed by Vickrey against the County Court has been answered by lawyers for judges of the court. A hearing is to be «et for Circuit Court. Weekend Mishaps Police reported two traffic accidents over the weekend. Cars driven by W. D. Vastbinder. of Manila, and Otis Sactanan, of Shady Rest Court, collided at Wai nut and'lOth streets. The police record stated that Sackman's car was going east on Walnut and Vaatbinder't was going north on 10th, Vastbinder's car struck that of Sackman, the report said. A second accident occurred on S. Highway el. Cars driven by June Ragsdale and Randolph Hightower hit near the Razorback Inn, the report said. In Municipal Court Fines were paid and bonds forfeited on four traffic cases in Municipal Court today. Bobby Bogarth, of Manila, forfeited $111.75 bond on a charge of drunken driving. Phillip Raines pleaded guilty to a similar citation and was fined $100, costs and sentenced to 24 hours in Jail. Joe Louis forfeited $19.15 bond for speeding and Billy Joe Robinson forfeited $5 bond for running a red light. ALGERIA (Continued from Page 1) lii'e in the capital went on as usual. But outside Algiers, fighting erupted in a number of places. French troops, sweeping out after 76 Algerian infantrymen who deserted Thursday, killed 130 reb- ness today but closed again when word spread that workers had stayed away from factories. Security forces patrolled the city. British Maj. Tony Dean-Drummond, a hero-author of World War n, was in serious condition. A mob stoned his car Saturday night while he was driving through Ky- renia, Cyrpus. ' "-year-old Cypriot youth died when a hand grenade he was about to throw at a military ambulance exploded in his hand. He was with a group of rebels In the Trodos Mountains. The British deported Archbishop Makarios Friday as he was preparing to leave for talks with the Greek government on his failure to win self-determination for Cyprus after five mon* 1 ^ cf secret talks with the British. At your Co/I "«d«Y.. tr-u /X° r your Dr.. • . *" for **Uv« the n^ 0 ."' and "° «<« cC« T'-" "' for * ' T ur ° W Woods Drug Store Phon. 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