The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1956 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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THURSDAY, MARCH 15,1»M <ABX'.V COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVTS Commodity And Stock Markets- N«w York Cotton Open High Low Close May 3540 3542 3535 3535 July 3327 3333 3325 3326 Oct 3161 3182 3165 3112 Dec . 3HB 31TJ 3182 3185 Ntw Orleans Cotton Open High Low Close May 3535 3523 3534 3535 July 3325 3335 3325 3325 Oct 3180 Dec 3173 3175 3172 3175 Chicago Wheat Mar .... 223 223M, 223 223'/ 2 May .... 219% 220% 219% 220 Chicago Corn Mar .... 132'/ 4 133% 132% 133% May .... 135% 136!4 135% 136% Chicago Soybeans MRV .... 26'Z 262 261 261 May .... 265 265 263>/- 263% July .... 266>/ 2 266% 265% 266% Sept .... 246>/ 2 246% 246 246 New York Stocks A T and T 185 3-8 Amer Tobacco 783-4 Anaconda Copper 81 3-8 Beth Steel 159 1-8 Chrysler 80 Gen Electric 641-2 Gen Motors 475-8 Montgomery Ward . 943-4 N Y Central 44 7-8 Int Harvester 371-8 Eepubllc Steel . ., 48 Radio . ... 49 1-2 Socony Vacuum . 73 Standard of N J 162 5-8 Texas Corp . .." 126 3-3 Sears 347-8 TJ S Steel 5« 3-4 ELECTION (Continued from Page 1) A. J. Lewis Jr. Shawnee (Shawnee School) Judges: Jack Barnes, B. B. Bell and Elmer Bowen; alternates, V. M. Britton, J. W. Brownlee and J. C. Byrd; Clerics: Edward Cain and Blythe Clark; alternates, Doris Yancey and H. E. Mustek. I-eachvUle (City Hall) Judges: Robert Pierce, C. W. Cox and Bob Edgin; alternates, Tom Haslett, .M. C. Reed and Louis Weinberg; Clerks: John Bearden and H. A. Croom, alternates, Rudolph Newsom and T. A. Kinnett. Dell (Dell School) Judges: J. H. Brim, Henry Goza and Charles Armstrong; alternates, M. F. Brownlee; Baxton Gill and L. M. Moody; Clerks: E. W. Noland and John Stevens; alternates, James Tidwell and E. M. •Woodard. Manila ' (Milligan Ridge Co-op Gin) Judges: H. P. Dunavant Jr., Wade Adams and C. G. Caudill; alternates, Louis Barcum, J. L. Russell and Armour Sparks; Clerics: Gene Holt and Bill Hollo- Carutherarilk Men to Run CAB.tlTHEHSvniB-Two candidates are filed for chief of police in the April city election. Chief of Police E. M. ficNeeley seefcs reelection to the post which he has held for several years. Euless stanfleld, who has served on the police force until recently, has also filed. ' Ernest L. Robertson has filed for re-election as treasurer, Earl S. Bennett for re-elections as collector and John B. Fowlkes for re-election as city attorney. •In Ward 1, Gilbert Hazel has filed for re-election as alderman, in Ward 1, L. W. Dillman has filed for re-election and in Ward 3, Jesse Watkins has filed for re-election. In Ward 4, D. A. Barnes has filed for re-election as alderman. A second candidate. Rex Omby, has also filed. Municipal Court Two guilty pleas were given in drunk driving cases today in Mu- niciapl Court. James Hanley and Ernest Holmes received fines of $100, costs, and were sentenced to spend 24 hours in jail. Osceola Post To Hove Forty Oscar CaBioun Post No. 449 to Osceola will celebrate this year's American Legion birthday party tonight at Club Morroco on North Pecan Street, Post Commander Gabriel Jackson announced. Joe Whiteside is chairman of the party committee. All veterans, their wives or girl friends are invited to attend. All are requested, however, to notify Whiteside of the number in their party as early in the day as possible. The post's new membership duota lor 1956 is 29, but 45 have already been signed. Commander Jackson said. way Jr.; . alternates, H. G. Endicott and Alva Brown. (City Hall) Judges: B. B. Threlkeld, Bilbo Osborne and Fred Davis; alternates, Glenn Horner, Bert Williams and C. B. Childress; Clerks: Amos Decker and I. D. Shedd; alternates, Perry, G. Ballard and Bay Veach.. liUxora (City Hall) Judges: Harry Stanford, R. L. Houck and Harry Bogan;, alternates, Abe Liberant, W. L. Hanna and J. H. Wilcox; Clerks: Margaret Moffitt and Elizabeth ailliman; alternates, J. L. Flannigan and J. B. Gathings. Bonflville ' (Bonds Store) H. T. Bonds, Harry Bonds and Louis Bonds; alternates, Mitchell Bonds, Wilson Bonds and Bryan M. Bonds; Clerks: Mrs. Wilson Bonds and Mrs. Mitchell Bonds; alternates, Mrs. Harry Bonds and Mrs. Bryan H. Bonds. Obituary Mrs. Broynlee Dies in Hospitol In Memphis Mrs. M. F. Brownlse, ST., of Dell died last night at 11:» at Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Services have not been definitely scheduled, but are expected to be conducted in Howard Funeral Service chapel either Saturday or Sunday. Robert Page Services Held Services were conducted today for Robert G. Page, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Page of Osceola. Mr. Page burned to death in a fire at Houston where he was associated with the city engineering department. Survivors in addition to his parents and a brother, Elmo Page, in Osceola include two sister, Mrs. Ruby Bagley and Mrs. Ruth Dickey, both of San Diego, Calif. Services were conducted by the Rev. W. A. Holley with burial in Bassett Cemetery, Swift Funeral Home in charge. Amos Clifton Dies in Florida Word was received here today of the death in Key West, Pla., ol Amos Neal Clifton, former Blytheville resident. Mr. Clifton, 56, died of a heart attack yesterday. Burial win be in Key West. Robert 0. Baker Services Conducted Services were held Monday lor Robert O. Baker, 69, who was found dead on the floor of his home on east Main Street Saturday. He, had been a resident of Steele for about 50 .years coming here from Decatur County, Tenn. Some 40 years ago, he with his brother, Don, arid sister, Mrs. Ida Lyons, operated a store at the intersection of Walnut and Main Street in Steele. Surviving nearest of kin are cousins. Services were held at the German Funeral Home Chapel Conducted by the Howard Hamrick, pastor of Steele Baptist Church. Burial was in Mt. Zion Cemetery. Murder Verdict- Upheld by Court CARUTHERSVUJJE _ The State Supreme Court at Jefferson City has affirmed the conviction of James McCrary of Hayti for second degree murder. Pemiscot County officials, said they were notfiied Wednesday that McCrqry's petition lor appeal didn't result in any change, from the 10-year sentence. McCrary has served about one year of the sentence. He was found guilty of fatally shooting his wife. \ (lUedbrook A FAMILY SHOE STORE ! 312 W. Main ; Phone 2-2342 m ...the shape of things to come DEB pugftmcl & in *w»r%, i "•»_•*• — in every department Hays Weekend Specials - Prices Good Friday, Saturday and Monday Ladies Quality Nylon Hose 60 gauge, 15 denier hose in beautiful. new .spring shades. Sizes 8'/ 2 to 11. ... 2prs.'1 Fast Color Chambray Full 36 inches wide. Assorted .stripes .and .solid colors. 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