The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 30, 1955 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 30, 1955
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PAOITWVLTB BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 90, It Ban on Foreign Policy Debate Doubtful: George No Effective Agreement Can Be Reached, He Says By JACK BELL WASHINGTON W! — Sen. George (D-Qa) said today he doubts any effective agreement can be made between Republicans and Democrats to block off 1956 campaign discussion of critical foreign policy issues. "I don't think you can keep people from talking," he said. "You can't keep any candidate from expressing his opinion. I doubt that it would be practical to try- to declare any phase of foreign policy off bounds in the campaign." Would Be Difficult Secretary of State Dulles told a news conference yesterday he does not exclude the possibility of a laier agreement between the two major parties—similar to informal understandings he said had worked very well in 1944 and 1948—to keep out of the campaign vital issues bearing on security. But he said any such agreement would be difficult before the Democratic presidential nominee is selected next August. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Dec , Mar May July (12:30 quotations) 3439 3439 3438 3439 3349 3351 3344 3349 .... 3291 3298 3287 3298 3199 3207 3192 3207 i New Orleans Cotton D ec 3436 3437 3436 3437 Mar .... 3351 3355 3350 3334 May ' ... 3293 3299 3292 3299 July 1 3196 3207 3196 3207 Chicago Wheat May Chicago Corn Dec May 132' 124 H 133!'. Chicago Soybeans Mar May July ... 233 '» 234':, 233 .. 235':, 237' 4 235'» . ..236 237i« 236 ... 233 '.i 234 ! 2 233' 4 202 !<> 202 " 234?J 237 237', 234 " 2 PLAYING IT SAFE-' 1 ' younRstt'is pi.nyinj; on ng Ir.iflk s;\tely is fun for these your.Bsu.Ts H...J-...B u" « ,,...nlcd -street" in New York City. They're on Hit- roof itl the Grwnwich Si'ltk-rm-nt House in Manhattan whore, with the aid ot painted lines, they're learning to obey intersection regulations. CRASH (Continued from Page 1) j Rain, Warmer Weather Coming !Cli?U HCAI/ August, vjmj.m-i Sen. Sparkman of Alabama, the j coca-Cola New York Stocks A T and T 181 1-8 Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper ... Beth Steel Chrysler 79 1952 Democratic vice presidential nominee and a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, called the idea "desirable but nearly impractical." George, who heads the Senate Foreign Relations group, said in a telephone interview from his Oeor- Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central . Int Harvester Re R - -. Socony Vacuum By THE ASSOCIATED I'RESS William Thimpie. were killed in For the third consecutive night, an upstairs room in the first build-i Arkansas tempt'rauires last mglu ing struck. ' dipped bclo wfreezins but the U.S. ">- ' Thimpie' formerly of Ellwood: Weather Bureau at Little Rock to 160 1-4 fjjiy, pa.,' was found kneeling in; clay said a gradual warming trend nc 5 "° debris in the courtyard, badly i will continue. burned and with his shirt blown! Cold air. which moved into Ar- oi'f Mrs. Thimpie was standing) kansas late Sunday, dropped tern- nearby .screaming. A witness ,said] peratures to 12 degrees at Fayette- the father was holding his older! ville last night. Other low readings sons, Dutchie, 18 months, and Tim- i were 14 degrees at Flippin, 16 at EDUCATION (Continued from Page 1) -more time is necessary for the development of a common viewpoint." The report '-ailed also for emphasis on the teaching of these tilings-, "appreciation for our democratic heritage . . intellectual curiosity and eagerness for life-1 long learning . . . respect, and: appreciation for human values und| for the beliefs of others . . . aiij awareness oi our relationships with the world community.", No Comment "All children," the report said. "should be free to seek the truth wiiprever it can be found.", The report, was received with polite applause but no one rose to comment. Neil McElroy, head of Procter & Gamble and general chairman of the conference, told a news conference yesterday that the administration had ruled that the position . of delegates on the question of i segregated schools would have noj bearing on payment of travel ex-; penses to ihem. The conference isj nnanceti from a congressional! appropriation. ' Clarence Mitchell, Washington! director of the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored Peo-! pie. had raised the question, dial-, lenging payment of federal money ! Area Students In Glee Club Members of the ASC Singers, choral group at Arkansas State College, have been picked by Director John Maharg. Student members include D. L. Bailey, Blytheville. Donna Ncwson <vnd Shirley Newsou, Leachvtlk!; Mildred Johnson. Manila; and Jean-i nette McCiiskill, Joe Brewer and [ Carry Brewer, all ol Cardwell. I First out of town appearance will i be made Dec. 7 at. Walnut Ridge • and Pocahontas High Schools. ADLAI Car Turned on Side City Police today reported n collision tit 8:40 a.m. yesterdtty be- : tween cars driven by Ednion Jones, i Luxora, and Ollie Howard, of 1910 | W. Short Rose St. j The accident occurred at Free- i man and Washington Streets. } According to the report, the j Howard ,car hit Jones' 1954 Chevro- ; let, turning it on its side. Both i cars were damaged. No one was i injured. ! , to people who "do not support the; Constitution" by opposing integnu-! ed schools. ' Mitchell reportedly was pursuing . the question further with the coinp- : troller general, ; (Continued from Page 1) Harold E.Stassen. former Minnesota governor and now President Eisenhower's disarmament adviser, ior n debate on the furm issue. Sen. Humphrey iD-Mlim) Im- mediiilely jumped into the fvny with an offer to take on Slnsscn. adding that he would "rent the hull."' Meanwhile, Gov. G. Memien Williams of Mifhi'-tnn kept up :t nii.ning tire of criticism of Steven- .son's .statement in a Nov. 19 speech that "it i-s time for catching our breath . . . Moderation is the spirit of the times." In reply to Stevenson's suggestion that maybe he hadn't even read the speech, Williams said he t'fvtumly hud vim! differed with Stevenson on "specific programs and policies." He said, however. Forest Fire Believed Set LITTLE KOCK W)—A fore«t tin of "inccndinry origin" burned about •150 acres of Umber land In the remote Willie River country of Marion County in North Arkaiuu lilt niRht. the state Forestry Department reported today. Stale Forester Fred Lang Mid the blaze, covering a large area about eight miles southeast of FUp- ptn, was brought, under control about 9 p.m. by forest rnngers and volunteers. At Springfield, Mo., an American Airlines pilot who spotted Ui« fire from the air said it wai burning along a line five to six mllM long. Lang said the fire definitely wai set and that the matter was being investigated. he has "no personal differences" with Stevenson. DR. GEORGE W. VERNON Dentist Dental Office Now Open in Lynch Building HOURS: Mon. thru Fri. S:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 iN 7 oon Telephone PO 3-4357 Blytlieville. Arkansas 95 5-8 125 1-2 53 1-8 48 1-2 102 1-2 45 1-2 36 7-8 j I i \JCHL1 clI "" * - SOUS JJlllCIUC lo IHUUUi.'i, imu i mi- • \\t_-ic n ui-sn-vrf 11 u i u fJ( ^..., iw — - nt Harvester ? 67 ' 8 jmie. 3. and shouting: "My other; Blytheville. 19 at Walnut Ridge and Lepublic Steel 51 3-3 b ' ,j iy ot her boys." 1 Fort Smith. 22 at El Dorado, 23 at tadio « 5-8 • , , h , he | p me Bluff, 24 at Litl£ Bock and 27 gia home he was happy to hear that studebakei- Dulles welcomes criticism. "constructive 1 George added that he hopes future criticism is on the level where it won't disturb "basic relations" of cooperation between Democratic leaders and Eisenhower officials or threaten "established policies" in American dealings with other na- Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. HI.. (ill— (USDAV— Hog.s 16.500; moderately active; barrows and gilts 180 ' than Tuesday's Sir Winston Is 81 Today LONDON ye>— Britain's great man of the 20th century, Sir Winston Churchill, is 81 today. By his own wish, a quiet celebration was planned with the chief event a birthday luncheon for 12 at his London home hard by the grounds of Buckingham Palace. As she has for the past IB years, Hungarian - born Mrs. Frederick Ploris, a Soho pastry cook, baked the cake. This time it was in the shape of a straw "boater"—the hat traditionally worn by undergraduates of Harrow, Sir Winston's alma mater. Atop the hat was a replica of the town crier's bell of reconstructed WiUaimsburg, Va. The bell carried the inscription: "He brought new strength to the belief In human 'liberty and dignity of the individual." Change Reported In AFB Services Blytheville Alt' Force Base Chapel services for Protestants has been cnanged to 10:45 a.m. Sunday Chaplain Donald B. Masfleld announced today. A nursery will be available during worship. School classes for all age groups will be held at 0:45 a.m. Catholic services will be conducted at 8:45 a.m., the chaplain said. School classes will be held for be Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears TJ S Steel i 3-4 10 148 3-8 117 7-8 113 L-2 59 Ib up 25-50 lowe average; mostly off; 170 Ib down 50 lower; sows 25 lower; bulk mixed U. S .1, 2 and 3 180-230 Ib 11.25-12.00; about 200 head mostly Is and 2s around 195-215 Ib 12.25: lowest since January 1942; mixed grade 230-270 Ib 10.75-11.25; few to 11.50; 270-300 Ib 10.25-75; 140-170 Ib 11.00-50 ;sows 450 Ib down 9.5075; heavier sows 9.00-25; boars over 250 Ib 6.50-8.00; lighter weight to 9.00. Cattle 4.000: calves 800; scattered early sales choice light steer steady; load around 1,050 Ib 21.75; few others 19.50-20.50; part load choice mixed yearlings 20.50; cows' opening slow, but about steady; early sales utility and com nercial cows n.50-11.50: occasional sales to 12.00: bulk canners and cutters 7.00-9.00; bulls, and vealers unchanged; utility and commercial bulls 11.50-13.50; good and choice vealers mostly 19.00-24.00; few high choice and prime 25.00-28.00. Lost Cone 4-H Club Elects Lost Cane 4-H club at fl recent meeting elected new officers for the coming eynr \vilh the presidency going to Jerry Crnin. Others named were Richard Lewis, vice president; Wanda southern, secretary; Joan Morynn, reporter; inul Jiinice Bourland, song lender. Adult lenders will be Mrs. Donald Vetich, Mrs. Bob Vcnch, Mrs. Z. N. Stutfs, Mrs. Otto Bradbury, Donald Vench, Arron Williams and Louis Bnughcr. flames had been subdued after four-hour struggle. Also unscathed were Army Lt. at Texarkana. Slightly warmer weather is ex-; pected tonight with increasing clou- ; at Mead's ... The Only Exclusive Mens Store in Mississippi | County so unscathed were Army bi , forecast also called for R, E.Marshall. occupant of an ^^ rai tomorrow fl j te rnoou apartment m one of the buildi his wife and infant child. Arkansas . "I was just comis up fvom the! basement of our apartment when;uetS Atom ii happened," Hie 4th Infantry oi- j ficer told a Fairbanks Ne\vsminev MADRID t^t— John Davis Lodge, reporter. "I was knocked back | TJ. S. ambassador to Spain, his pre-! Vjsg downstairs. Our baby was on thej sented the Suanish nuclea . ur ay was on sene e uans cai c to the wnll and it was; board a library on the peaceful bab ir energy i sion. bed nex 10 Uie Witn aim it \\H-">; ijutuu d. nuiniy un me jjutujciui iiico thrown to the floor, The baby j ot atomic enrgy. It is a present from wasn't hurt. My wife was knocked the U. S. Atomic Energy Commis- over too.' Within a few moments after the crush, lire equipment from the fl.iv base and some 500 to 600 volunteers were fighting the flames or carrying on rescue work. Many of the rescue workers were Air Force men, both officers and enlisted personnel, whose families lived in the damage area. Most of them had no idea for hours whether their families were safe, top generalized. Editor at U. of A. A Blytheville girl has been named feature editor of the Arkansas Agriculturist, a magazine published by students in the College of Agriculture and Home Economics at, the University of Arkansas. She Is Jo Alice McGuire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McGuire. Miss McGuire is a member of 4-H House, Phi Upsilon Omicron. the Home EC honorary, and was a sophomore counselor. She was Agri Queen in 1954. grades and adult classes. Chaplain Maxtleld lias a.sked for OCIlOOl C1H5SCS Will W UcUI 1U1 UU- \jin\iJiunt iviiiAni-m un.j iuin.i.i.1 iui gihners 4 years of age to school age, the donation or loan of a piano for primary grades first through third, the .services. Any person wishing to junior grades fourth through sixth, furnish one may telephone him at youth classes seventh through 12th the base. Czeschin Is Delegate Calvin C, Czeschin, Blytheville .student at the University of Missouri, will be among 100 fraternity men who will attend the 41th an- Cfusattcr HEARIfJG ASD A dramatic new Zenith concept in wearing case ;mtl superb performance! Not a no i city or "gimmick". ..a genuine higliesi quality, full po^-eretl Zirmtli hearing aid! 4-irnnsisior circuit, minia- iurc extended range Per ma phone* and famous Zcnilh fingertip controls combine to offer remarkable power and clarity. Includes Zcnilli's amazing 'lew (Hint.' si:c earphone. j(ii _ ^ tQ.Day Monmr Back GuaHUilM.- mTn'i liiecting of the National Inter- 1-Year Warranty...5-Y ear Servke PI™ Ir/st^Your Local Zenith Dealer Louis. i Panel discussions on all aspects} of fraternity and college life will be held. Cezschin. of 1530 Holly, is a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. Mrs. H. L. H0rp 910 \V. Walnut Ph. 3-M-18 TELEVISION SALE 21 Inch 1955 Westinghouse Regular Price T.V.Set $189.95 Antenna 35.00 T.V. 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