The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1955 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 2, 1955
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PAQC Ml I MM (ARK.y counrER FRIDAY, DECEMBER I, 1958 Faure Launches Election Campaign PARIS (AP) — Premier Edgar Faure, tired but in a fighting mood, today launched his own re-election campaign with an outline of his policies 1 Commodity And Stock Markets- Nkw York Cotton (12:30 quotations) Dec . Mar . May . July . 3444 3362 , 3304 3223 3444 3362 3304 3223 3440 3345 3285 3202 N«w Orleans Cotton Dec 3442 Mar 3356 May 3302 July 3220 3442 3356 3302 3222 3433 3356 3290 3202 3440 334' 3290 3202 3439 3356 3290 3203 Chicago Wheat Dec .... May 203i/ 2 202'/, 204% 203 Chicago Corn Dec 124'/ 2 May 133=8 125'i 134 V, 2031.4 202 124'-i 133 '/„ 204 202% Chicago Soybeans Jan Mar May July ... 235 ... 237 ... 237"4 ... 234% 237 239 239'/ 237 235 237 237 234% 236-V, 238*i 238% Ntw York Stocks A T and T 181 1-8 Amer Tobacco 80 5-8 Anaconda Copper 70 1-2 Beth Steel 159 3-8 Chrysler 93 1-2 Coca-Cola 125 1-2 Oen Electric 537-8 Oen Motors 47 1-2 Montgomery Ward 99 7-8 N Y Central 45 Int Harvester 36 1-8 Republic Steel 49 7-8 Radio 46 Socony Vacuum 58 1-2 Studebaker 0 7-8 Standard of N J 148 Texas Corp 119 7-8 Sears 110 TJ S Steel 58 1-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. HI. 1/PI—(USDA)—Hogs 9,000; steady to higher; bulk mixed U. S. Nos 1 2 and 3 180-230 Ib barrows and gilts 11.25-12.00; about 400 henc around 190-220 Ib 12.25; these mostly No. 1 and 2 grade with some lots carrying some No 3; mixed grade 230-270 Ib 10.50-11.50; few No 1 and 2 around 230 Ib to 11.75; 270-315 Ib mostly No 2 and 3 grade 9.75-10.75; 140-170 Ib 10.7511.25; sows 450 Ib down 8.75-9.25; heavier sows 8.25-50; boars ovei 250 Ib 6.00-7.50; lighter weights to 8.50. Cattle 800, calves 400; steady to higher; steers lacking; bulk utility and commercial cows 9.5011.50; canners and cutters 7.0010.00; utility and commercial bulls 12.00-14.00; best beef bulls 11.00; moat good and choice vealers 19.00-24.00; few prime to 28.00. Speaking to a crowded, turbulent news conference, he explained that legal considerations had forced publication today of the decree dissolving the National Assembly. That act may require the national elections be held New Year's Day. The Premier said he would base his campaign on financial, economic and social policies aimed at doubling the French standard of living within 10 years, on maintenance of the Western alliance and on an intensified search for East-West understanding. Answered Critics Faure also answered his critics in the Radical Socialist party, particularly former Premier Pierre Mendes-France. who had described the dissolution as a "coup de force" illegal action. Led by Mendes- France. the party Steering Committee yesterday ord'ered Faure expelled from the Radical Socialist ranks. : "How can you talk about a coupe de force when the government's de- j cision was Ui apply the constitutions" Fsuire queried, adding, "I do not see how it can be antidemocratic to consult the nation's electors." Local Doctor's Mother Dies Mrs. F. E. Utley Sr.. of Cabot. mother of Dr. F. E. Utley, of lily- ! theville, died last night in St. Vin- j cents Hospital, Little Rock. In S-0 DAY She had been ill several months. Mrs. Utley, 74, was the wife nt the late Dr. F. E. Utley, former Cabot physician. She is survived by three children Municipal Court Clyde Pullbright. a Biytheville Air force Base Negro airman ,\vas found guilty in Municipal Court today to charges of driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene ot • ; ui a He \vsis fined $100 and costs and sentenced to 24 hours in jail on the lirsi offense and $25 and costs for leaving the scene. and three grandchildren. The chil- j Fullbnulu collided with a. City dren are Mrs H H McCoLlum, oi I Cab Co. car last mghi at 12th and North Little Rock; Mrs, Floyd Mor-i Ash. The driver. Lewis Garner, said of Little Rock, and Dr. Utley. I ^ man drove away from the ac- of Blythcvilie I CKieiu scene anrf was st °PPed later Funeral services will be held m'^'hen Garner gave chase. Damage to the cab was estimated nt $100. Cabot tomorrow. MERGER (Continued from Page 1) the damages, . said he would pay for Colombian Air Lift SCHOOLS (Continued from Page I) fici-t and dispel this shadow over our children." He gave no details. 2--1 Kalio It was Mrs. Pearl A. Wanamaker Washingto n state superintenden of public instruction, who announced that the delegates "approved by a ratio of more than 2-1 the proposition that the federa government should increase its financial participation in public education." Of those supporting federal aid she said, "the overwhelming majority" approved using federal funds for school building construction, But only about half, she said, supported federal help in school operation-paying teacher salaries, buying textbooks, etc. "A very small minority," she said 'was opposed to federal aid for education in any form." PANAMA lA'i— The U. S. Air Force Caribbean Command planned words with spirit. i to begin an airlift to flooded areas Then Gustav Paber. secretary- ' of Colombia today. -Medical supplies treasurer of the TWU, look the made up ihe first plane's cargo. A rostrum and opposed the argu-i survey team estimated half the '110.000 persons living in the flooded Maijd.'ilena Valley were homeless and said local food and medical supplies had been exhausted. Kerosene Fire Fatal to Three DUMAS, Ark. OP)—Three children were killed and three other persons were injured near here today in a house fire that started when the mother of the family attempted to kindle an early-morning tire with kerosene. Dead are 5-year-old Patsy, 3- year-old Richard, and 11-month- old Tommy, children of Mr. and Mrs. Odell Thatch. Patsy and Richard died in (he small frame house that was destroyed. Tommy died several hours later at a Dumas hospital. Mrs. Thatch carried Tommy and led 6-year-old Sheila put of the j burning house. Sheila's condition ' was described as critical, her mother's as serious. Area Students Named at A-State Eight senior Arkansas State College students, whose homes are in this area, have been named by the school to "Who's Who Among Students in American Universit-ics and Colleges." Students are selected each year for inclusion in the national organization's publication on the basis of scholarship, citizenship and extra-curricular activities. A total of 25 was chosen from Asc. Thtt local students were Martha Nichols and Sue Orsburn, both ol Blytheville; Robert C. Cantrell and Carl Lacy, of Caruthersville; Y. B. Jones and Doris McPherson, of Bragg City; Joann Cooper, Cooler; and Harvey Hill, Osceola, DIVER (Continued from Page I) sion equipment. Little Hope Minutes after entering the chamber Tallarico was able to his head, .smile and wave at his wife looking in ui him through a porthole. Navy physicians were astonished. One attendant said. "Frankly, I wouldn't have given a plugged nickel for his life." Dr. Moffitt Holler, senior medical officer of the Navy's experimental divlni* unit, said Tallarico appeared to be in "excellent condition." "I am quite sure he would not have .survived had he not been extremely mained Holler said. robust and had he not re- very calm throughout " NEGROES (Continued from Page 1) States Supreme Court has ruled that a jury panel can be qua-shed because of a lack of Negro members. Six liquor cases filed by Frns. Atty. James (Tick) Vickrey are aiso set on the docket for today. They are Claude Stallions, James flill and Curry Laval, selling liquor without a license; Andrew J. Baxter, Jr., two charges of selling liquor on Sunday, and Bobby Williams, selling liquor to a minor. Bit Embarrassing AIRBOKN, Ohio (/n-This city, lik« others throughout the nation, observed Safe Driving Day yesterday. And it had a special significance for the police chief. Chief J. M. McCaila was involved In the flr»t accident of the day— a minor on«, however. Don't Shoot OOALLALA, Neb. (If}— Jack Lan- Igan, hewing » ruitllng along the wall of hi* hardware itore, discovered a live hen pheasant crouched In an open cabinet among the ihot- cun thelli. 171* Mrd had flown In from the eountrr where pbeaiant shooting WM tn full •*<* (Ml loughl refuge - - -•• MM ttifckut. Income Tox Help Limitation Set WASHINGTON </i') — Unless you un; illiterate, incapacitated or unable to read English, don't expect the revenue service to fill out, your next income tax form. Hut it will still help you do your own. Gone, .said the agency yesterday. is its "unlimited .service to ail taxpayers in the preparation of thcii rr turns." DuriiiR (he (fix-paying period which runs from Jan. 1 through next April 16, the service's employes wil "assist" in the liling of the. returns— and that's nil unless the tiixpayei qualifies under the three exceptions. mcnts 01" Quill, his chief. Quill's union claims 90,000 members. Meany to Head It George Meany, AFL pesident, will head the combined organization, to be known officially as the American Federation " Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations 'AFL-CIO). Walter P. Reuther, the CIO president, us expected to hold a major post, in the new organization as head of its Industrial Union De pariment. This department embraces th old CIO's sphere of industrywic unions, such as those of the auto mobile and steel industries. Both the industrial unions the AFL unions, organized b crafts, such as carpenters an plumbers, will continue as befor in the new setup, with their statu described as equal. The combined AFL-CIO will g into a single convention from Moi day through Friday next Week : the 7Ist Regiment Armory. President Eisenhower will ai dress the convention by telephon from his Gettysburg-, Pa., farr Mondaj' Harriman to Speak New York Gov. Arvell Harri man, a potential candidate for th Democratic presidential nomina tion, and Secretary of Labor Jame P. Mitchell will address it Tuesday Marion Polsom, secretary c health, education and welfare, wi speak Wednesday, and Adlai E Stevenson, an announced candidat for the Democratic nomination .nd American Legion Commande J. Addigton Wagner, Thursday. Meany told the AFL convention yesterday there is no question abou the desirabilit yof the merger ant that there was no need original!; for a split in labor's ranks. He sail that, iwthout wishing to criticiz anybody, he believed the difference could have been worked out withh the APL framework. "This merged organization cai RO forward to a better day," h< said. "It can make a better anc more vital contribution to the com munij' as a whole and to the we: fare ad security of our nation." Ruther. addressing the CIO convention, said success of th new organization will be detei mined by its sense of social nn< moral dedication. Peter Yazlonski, a Newark, N.J painters union delegate, cast ; lone dissenting voe on the merge: Liroposnl at, tin AFL convention but lator switched to an affirma :ive vote. Two AFL union leaders com plained in a lively floor discussloi about some aspects of the merger One WHS Woodruff Randolph president of the AFL Internationa Typographical Union, who said the AFL-CIO leadership would havt .00 much mwer over the organizing scope of various unions. A.Hhilii Randolph, president 01 he AFL sleeping car porters, wanted the AFL-CIO to have more power to punish unions that practiced racial discrimination. A new shot was fired over John L. Lewis letter asserting the CIO owes $1.665.000 to his United Mine Workers (independent) in repayment of a loan. —I—. ; (Continued from Pag« l : lust year. Ohio and California led the : suito.s with the most deaths. Rain and snow fell in wide areas of the country, making driving j conditions hazardous. ; The day's toll compared to un average of 101 deaths daily during . the first 10 months. The 10-month total was nearly 31,000. : Adm. H. D. Miller, ret., director of ihe President's Committee for Traffic Safety, which sponsored S-D i Day, said: "\o Cause of Elation" "There can be no real cause of elation on a day when the combined efforts of thousands of public officials and private citizens, :tnd scores of agencies, fail to keep ;he nation's traffic toll below this figure <.65>," Miller said. "But if ihe impact of this day on the public can save lives today u:ui bring- about greater safety on ihe highways in the future, it will have served a real purpose." The Safe Driving Campaign of- I'icers have set aside n 21-day period, from Nov. 20 to Dec. if, for .1 long-range campaign to reduce traffic fatalities. Yesterday was iif.signated as the day for a major rfiort, to dramatize the idea that careful driving and walking can save lives. Man in Pemiscot Guilty of Fraud CAHUTHERSVILLE — One man wus convicted of fraud and another WHS freed on an attempted rape charge in Pemiscot County Circuit Court, according to court records. John E. James was found guilty by A jury and was sentenced to 3U days in the county jail and given a $50 line in the fraud case. Granville Eddie iBlackie) Hub- bier of Caruthersville was found not guilty of attempted rape or child uolestation by jury. Negro Deaths Savannah Love Services for Savannah Love, 61, who died Tuesday at her home here, will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at Enoch Chapel Methodist Church by Rev. Franklin. Burial will be in Ml. £1011 Cemetery. Siie leaves her husband, Henry Love; six daughters, Eulaiha Green, | St. Louis. Augusta Harvey, Marie ' Harvey, St. Louis, Wilma Harvey, Harvey, Bertha Owens; two sons. Marshall Harvey, Cleveland Harvey; one brother, Charley Go!d' berrv, St. Louis. With The Courts CIRCUIT (Criminal Division Johnny McBrlde, appeal from reckless driving conviction. Nettle Mae Robcrson, murder in first degree, information filed. William Howard Etobeson, assault with intent to kill, information filed Clyde Robert Myers, burglary and grand larceny, information filed. (Civil Division) E, R. Jackson vs. Toler Bucluuum, election contest CHANCERY A total of 10 divorce decrees lias been handed down recently. They were: Orlin Dale ChadwelJ vs. Mary June Chadwell, decree. Y. A. Bailey vs. Rosa Lee Bailey, decree. Joyce Holman vs. William Hoi- man, decree. Barbara Thorn vs. Grady Thorn, decree. Mildred Summers vs. William T. Summers, decree. Vivian Mich vs. Johnny Mich, decree. Mary McCbmahan vs. Grady McClanahan, decree. Mary Gray vs. Harry C. Gray, decree. Corine Fields vs. Johnny Fields, decree. Olive Cook vs. Avery Cook, decree. Gascon Funeral Home is in charge.' Read Courier News Classified Ads. Retail Sales Increase Again ST. LOUIS (if}— Department store sales in the Eighth Federal Reserve District rose about !) per cent last week, compared to the same week last year, the St Louis Federal Reserve Bank reported today. The increases ranged from an estimated 15 per cent in Memphis to 3 per cent in Little Rock. Sales were up 9 per cent in St. Louis and 4 per cent at Louisville, Ky. RELIEF AT LAST For Your COUGH ff a common cold left you with i cough that h;is hung on for days and days act quick, U is dangerous to ile- lay. Chronic bronchitis may develop. Get a large boiiluofCreornuIsion and take as directed. Creomulsion soothes raw throat and chest membranes, goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and expel penny phlegm, mildly relaxes systemic tension and aids nature fight the cause of irritation. Use Creomulsion and gel wonderful relief at last. For children get milder faster Creomulsion for Children to the pink and blue package. Adv. CREOMULSION relieves Coughs, Cheat Colds, Acute Bronchitrt SOVIET Took Milk Supply TWEED, Out. i/7>i - When farmer Burrell Bradshaw planned his two- week hunting trip, he cfiine up nKiunst the problem of fresh milk for his ulcer. He finally hitched his best cow to his wnuon before milking the seven-mile trip through the bush. The cow, he said Inter, seemed to enjoy the holiday as much ns he did. Bomb in Men's Room (VP)—A homemade last night in NEW YORK bomb ejplodcd upper level men's room at Grand Central terminal, but no one was Injured. Th« tomb is believed by police to be the work of a single Individual who has been planting similar device* about the city for 16 yearn. (Continued from Page 1) many couid become accustomed to the division of Germany. A further Rreater danger is that the world will become weary of the confirm- in? negotiations over the Gorman problem." The Chancellor rejected a statement by Ollenhaucr that Foreign Minister Heinrich Von Bretano should have conferred with Soviet Foreign Minister V, M. Moiotov in Geneva during the Big Four foreign ministers' meeting. Adenauer said that "a meeting of Von Bretano with Mololov would not. have influenced the negotiations in Geneva. Whoever knows Moiotov knows this." Bumpy Streets CIRCr,EVTLLE, Ohio (fpi— Cluster Delnwder, 48, of Tronton, had one complaint after he was arrested by Circlevillo police while driving on railroad tracks. The streets In ircleville are "lousy and bumpy", said Delawder. Municipal Judge Sterling Lamb fined Delawder $100 md cost-s and sentenced him to hree days in jail for drunken driving. MEAD'S THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m The Only Exclusive Men's Store in Mississippi.County The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! 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