The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1953 · Page 11
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PAGE FOURTEEN (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 19M Navy Planes Bomb East Korea Targets MOVIi (AP) — Navy planes from Task Force 77 bombed targets ta Xutom Kom kxta? to provide virtually the only action in ttw Ko- winds and grey skies grounded almost «U land-based plants. Only a few patrols moved across no - man's • land as truce nego- gotlators met for the. third day at Panmwijom. Observers said both the Allied and Communist armies appeared to be under wraps pending them outcome 'of the renewed truce negotiations. There has been no of- Commodity Ami Stock Markets- N«w Y*A Cotton May Oct Deo Open Higfi Low 1:15 3396 3372 3351 , 3389 . 3370 . 3360 . 3362 3397 3371 3362 3365 3380 3363 3348 3349 N«w Ortami Cotton Open High Low May 3375 3394 3375 juty 3363 3372 3360 Oct 33S5 3360 3348 Dec 3360 3364 3350 3394 3350 3355 Wheat High May Bltt Jly 222« Chicago Corn High May 1WK Jly 1S2 Soytamt May Jly • Sep Jfor- 307 X 304% 2B4X 275'A Low 219% 221 'A Low 167% 16034 305 W 302% 283 V, 273 S Close 220 ',4 221-% Close 157 H 30511 302% 283% 274'/, Ntw Y»ffc Stocks A T and T 154 Amer Tobacco 72 1-2 Anaconda Copper 37 5-8 Beth Steel 51 7-8 Chrysler 78 1-4 Coca-Cola 114 1-2 Gen Electric 693-4 Gen Motors 601-8 Montgomery Ward 62 1-4 N Y Central 21 7-8 Int Harvester 295-8 J C Penney 68 3-4 Republic Steel 48 5-8 Radio ., 253-4 Socony Vacuum 33 Studebaker 357-8 Standard o! N 0 68 1-2 Texas Corp — 52 1-2 Sears ' 671-2 U S Steel 39 1-8 Sou Pac 44 5-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. I/Pi—(USDAJ—Hogs 11,000: rather slow; weights 180 Ibs up 59 to 65 lower than Monday's average; lighter weights 50 to 75 lower; sows fully 25 lower; most choice 180-230 Ibs 23.50-75; latter paid fairly freely for lots mostly choice Nos. 1 and 2; 240-270 Ibs 22.7523.50; largely 23.25 down: 150-170 Ibs 21.75-23.25; 120-14,0 .Ibs 19.0021.00; sows 400 Ibs down 21.25-75; heavier sows 19.25-20.75; boars 14.00-17.00. Cattle 4,500. calves 1,400; trading slow on steers, heifers and cows; few low good to low choice steers near steady at 19.50-21.50; good and choice mixed yearlings and heifers 19.00-21.00; initial cow sales confined largely to utility and commercial offerings at 13.5016.00; these about steady. Portable Schools Prove Helpful SAN DIEGO, Calif. UP}— Portable schools, one which was ready before home builders could catch up, have been helping San Diego meet the needs of its swelling population. The portable units are set up and put In use while permanent construction is planned and completed. Then they are moved on to the next emergency location. Two are meeting the situation in the new Clairemont district, where 6,000 homes and apartments are scheduled 'or completion for 1945. The school authorities moved faster than the developers in this instance and one of the portables was vacant for several weeks until the first pupils enrolled. Clairemont'3 two portable elementary schools now serve 800 families. School authorities estimate there will be 6,870 families within 12 months. Pour permanent elementary schools and one permanent junior high school are planned San Diego's population has increased from 203,341 in 1940 to 434,000 counted in a special federal census in 1952. He Didn't Write It Lonnie Pulgham of 115 East Ash telephoned the Courier News to say that he is not the L. Pulgham who mote a letter to the editor in regard to the city's sewer problem. Lollipop Tree AUSTIN, Tex. (IF}— Boys and girls in the Casis School area have something that kids dream about— a self- perpetuating lollipop tree. George Stautz, sporting goods store operator, set up the tree with a stock of 3,000 lollipops of all colors and all flavors. Tho moppets can take their choice from the lollipop tree and— thante to the replacement plan that keeps the tree full— they will alwayi find their favorite flavor thfrt, .ficial cease fire. Fighter - bombers from the carriers Valley Forge and Princeton struck targets at Tanohon and Bopo, firing two supply dumps and destroying at least eight trucks. Trucks Exploded The trucks, pilots said, apparently loaded with ammunition exploded. They also reported fires were touched off all over the target areas. A South Korean patrol clashed with small Chinese groups near Outpost Texas on the central front. The ROK reported killing 21 Chinese in two separate skirmishes at dawn Tuesday. The biggest ground action Monday night occurred on the eastern end of the battle line when a South Korean raider patro! bumped into a North Korean patrol and reported killing 15 Beds. The Eighth Army reported 46 Communist casualties in light patrol skirmishes during the night and Tuesday morning. Temperatures hit a high of 85 degrees on the front Monday—the warmest day of the year. Scattered ght rain fell across the front after d«wn Tuesday. Obituaries BlytheYille Woman's Brother Succumbs Word has been received here of ;he death of Beverly England, 55, brother of Mrs. James Manley. 1030 West Ash. Mr. England, Forrest City farmer, died yesterday at Kennedy General Hospital, Memphis. He had been in poor health for several years. In addition to Mrs. Manley. he is survived by his wife, a son and his mother, Mrs. W. E. England, all of Forrest City, runeral arrangements are incomplete. Shreveport, Lo. 127,206 Baton Rouge, La. 125,629 KOREAN WAR'S "CENSUS" IS GRIM—U. S. casualties in Korea reported by the Defense Department as of April 3, total more than the population of each of the cities on above map. Total casualties since the starl of the war. now 132,%7. include 23,577 dead, 86.519 wounded, 11,478 missing and 1393 who were missing but have now returned to duty. Population for cities based on 1950 census. Eden to Undergo Second Operation LONDON </P) — A Foreign Office spokesman said today Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden will undergo n second operation within a day or two. Eden's doctors advised the operation in view of persistent jaundice. He was operated on April 12 at the London Clinic lor the removal of gallstones. His recovery has been slow. Harrison Senior Class to Present Play Tonight The senior class of Harrison High School will present Us annual play 'Maid of Money." at 8 o'clock tonight In the school gymnasium. Members of the cast include Max- Ine Williams, James Turner, Patsy R. Willis, Charles Shears, John McCullough, Cozetta Hirsch, Dorothy Duncan, Granville Jones, Joseph Wilson, Bessie Wadford and Norma Thomas. On the production staff are Kenneth Pettigrew and Carl Lee Clark managers; Luetta Williams and Vel- gora Taylor, property committee • Doris Michell, Annette Henderson and Betsy Diamond, wardrobe committee; Auprey Campbell, electrician; Ivory Long and. Freddy Harris, curtain; Leonard Williams and J. B. Bronner, house committee; Annie M. Hoshell, Dora Harvey, Nathaniel Allen and Willie Neal, ushers; and Maxme Hale and Etirlene Britman, make-up committee. Negro OfS to Meet The Negro chapter of the Order ol Eastern Star will conduct mcmoria services at 2 p.m. Sunday at 3t Paul's Baptist Church in Robinson Addition, it wns announced today by Roberta Knowles, worthy matron. iGIDAIR GREAT CIRCLE 00 Super 33 — complete air conditioning, lop quality features, at a new low price! • Up-and-around air circulation surround* you with healthful, refreshing coolness ... potitiv* comfort at all limes. • Coolt, clehumldifl*!, circulates, ven1\lat«s, filters, r»mov«» stale air. • Quiet, dependable, low-cost operation. • Met«r-Mi»«r mechanism warranted for 5 year*, *ciis-» New Frlgidaire Room Air Conditioners 32 00 Super 50 mis new Twin 75 wlrhrwoMeter- Twin 100 for larger Itandards for complete Miierj. One operate! roomi. Twin 73 or 100 oir conditioning com- on moderate day!) both fllio available with fort. Beautifully ityled. team up to double cool- Hiermoitatlc Automatic Economkal operation, inj power on hot dayi S«l«fiv« Cooling. HALSELL& WHITE MAIN & DIVISION FURN. CO. PHONE 6096 FHA Cutback To Affect State LITTLE ROCK (IP) — An administrative cutback in the Farmers' Home Administration in Arkansas will result in dismissal of one state and eight county home management supervisors, effective June 30. The government will effect a saving of $36,930 in elimination of the jobs, State Director J. V. Highfill said yesterday. The Production and Marketing Administration also plans to eliminate one program specialist one county auditor and one clerk from its Little Rock offices. SMATHERS (Continued from Page 1) could serve a maximum of two years and 90 days. A new president under this proposal would be chosen at the next congressional election, if a president died in the first two years of his term. Under the first provision, a nominee for president would get the same proportion of electoral votes in each state as he received in the popular vote. Now a nominee gets all of the electoral votes from a state if he wins a plurality of the popular votes. Post Office Jobs Open at Wilson Examinations for substitute positions in the Wilson Post Office are now open, it was announced today. These jobs, which carry a starting pay of $1.6114 cents an hour, are open to persons residing in the delivery area, or are patrons ,of, the Wilson Post Office. Age limits are IS through 50, but these may be waived for veterans. Applications must be liled in time for the form to reach Ninth U.S. Civil Service Regional Office, New Federal Building, St. Louis, 1, Mo., not later than May 25. TRUCE (Continued from. Ptgt U own intentions by rejecting Switzerland as the neutral," he told Nam. Harrison said: "Your side requested the resumption of negotiations of the full delegations. As we have stated clearly we do not intend to become involved in protracted and useless arguments. From your experience In previous negotiations with us you should be well aware that we mean what we say. If you have anything constructive to say we will be ready to hear it." Contention Repeated Nam repeated the Communist contention that It was a universal principle that all prisoners be sent home. And he insisted that there were no prisoners who would not go home once explanations were given them. Several times in his lengthy statement, Nam said balky prisoners must be shipped to a neutral state so their "apprehensions could be eliminated." "We do not believe that in the environment of a neutral state and after the side to which they belong has made explanations to them there will still be among these prisoners of war not directly repatriated, some individuals whose apprehensions are not eliminated and who are afraid to return home." Nam insisted as he had on the previous two days, that the Communist proposal represented an obvious concession. Nam concluded with the declaration that hope for an armistice in Korea could be reached only in the "spirit of consultation." To this Harrison replied: "I have already stated that your proposals in their present form are unacceptable. Are you prepared to suggest the name of a neutral state to take custody of the prisoners of wftr?" Nam said only, "I have noted your question." Then he proposed an overnight recess, to which Harrison agreed. Ex-Red Spy Tells of Theft Of Secrets WASHINGTON W)—Thad Mason. a self-identified former Communist spy testified today that he stol* secret U..S. plans for a military die- eel engine during World War H. The witness who is from Wall- Ington, N. J., said the theftp were from a General Motors plant in Cleveland, Ohio, and not from a Detroit plant of General Motors a« reported previously by the Senate Internal Security subcommittee before wbich he testified. Mason said he stole the plans oaf by one from files of the inspection? division, and smuggled them to fellow spies who worked as a cook and "second assistant dishwasher" in the plant's cafeteria. The plans then were photographed in a secret hideout in the basement of the cafeteria, he said. He learned later, he said .that th« blue prints were for only part of the engine^ although he had believed he was stealing the plane for the entire unit. With the Courts CHANCERY— The following divorce decrees have been filed: Juanita Lomax and Elbert Lomax; Betty C. Sain and Glen E. Sain. COMMON PLEAS— United Loan and Investment Co. vs. Woodrow W. Bryant, indebted- 'ness. C. Modinger vs. J. P. Harmon, on note. Mrs. Mae Fowler vs. Lige Brown, damages. ^ CIRCUIT— IJ (Civil Division) Kimbel Lines, Inc., vs. William Neil Cawood, et al, suit to collect $2,000 damages. Stevenson in India CALCUTTA, India Iff) — AdJal Stevenson arrived here today from Rangoon to begin ft 17-day tour of. 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