The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1955 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 6, 1955
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PAGE 811 British Believe Soviet Attacks Are Deliberate (Continued from Page 1) Churchill and British Minister of State Anthony Nutting all were heard from. Addressing a rally of Young BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER WEWf TUESDAY, DECEMBER.*,19BI Conservatives Woodford, Eng- Commodity And Stock Markets- Obituary New York Cotton (12:30 quotations) .. 3444 3444 3442 3440 3337 3347 3337 3341 3274 3283 3214 3219 3169 3180 3167 3177 Dec Mar May July New Orleans Cotton AUTRY AFL-CIO land, his parliamentary constituency, the 81-year-old Churchill said he thought the British government should "seriously consider" canceling the projected visit of Khrushchev and Bulgcmin to Britain tn April. He o.ualified this fay saying Britain should not "take any violently rapid decision" on the question. f Referring to anti-British remarks by the two top Russian leaders, Churchill termed their current Asian tour an "exhibition — there is no other word." Surprising- Spectacle "It certainly has been a surprising spectacle and one which Her Majesty's government will no doubt study carefully before they allow it, with suitable variants, to be repeated here." he said. Prime Minister Eden extended an invitation to Khrushnhev and Bulganin at the summit conference in Geneva last July. No specific date has been set. Churchill cautioned his audience! that the behavior of Ihe Soviet leaders "must not lead us to sup- May . July , Chicago Wheat Dec .... 205*8 20T' B May .... 203 203U 3441 3441 3438 34381 3340 3345 3340 3342 3278 3285 3278 3280 3163 3180 3169 3169 Rosie Mae Carr Services Today Services for Mrs. Rosie May Carr, 52. who died at her home at Osceola, Rt. 3, Saturday, Were to Be conducted at 2 p.m. today tt Midway Church of God by the Rev. McHera. Burial was to be in Manila Cemetery with Swift paneral Home in charge. Survivors include three sons, J. C Can' of Keiser, William and Roy Carr of Midway; one sister, Mrs. Lilliam Hanim of Osceola; and one brother, Robert Morris of Baldwyn. Miss., and six grandchildren. (Continued from fage 1) ly with school districts. Far too many districts are employed, nationwide, the conference reported. "But Arkansas is among the leaders in this reorganization," hicago Corn May 127 135% 127'i, 126=-. 135^ 135 Chicago Soybeans Jan .... 236 3 i 237'i 236" 4 Mar .... 230'i 240';, 23914 May .... 2393 4 2Wi 239 1 ';. July .... 236'; 237H 236 New York Stocks A T and T 179 5-8 Amer Tobacco 201 203!.,! 127 135' 2391:, 239 5 ' 8 2361i Anaconda Copepr 82 1-2 72 Beth Steel 158 Chrysler 95 : Coca-Cola 126 Gen Electric 54 3-4 Gen Motors Montgomery 48 1-4 Ward 97 1-4 MID-EAST (Continued from Page 1) Western rowel's sanctioned the present frontiers in 1950. rotating Way to Talks Egypt and other Arab nations have hailed Eden's negotiation offer as pointing the way to talks which could end the threat of hostilities in the region. Eisenhower and' Eden are expected to agree easily on the need for a solid, united front against Russia in Europe as an aftermath to the {allure to settle any East- West problem at the Geneva foreign ministers meeting. Even though Britain recognizes Communist China and the TJnilerl States does not. there seems little prospect that this difference will alter their present close cooperation in the Far East. imbtfMH McCAUGHEY JEWELRY The sensational setting'that actually makes center diamond look "90% LARGER... ; 87% MORE BRILLIANT Studebaker pose that Russian power and capa-1 N Y Central .... 45 1-2 city are not growii.g in many other I tot Harvester 36 3-4 directions." Republic Steel 51 In their swing: across India and Radio Burma, the Russian leaders have Socony Vacuum made numerous attacks on the =t»rt.h.t«r British, who formerly ruled those two countries. On one occasion Khrushchev said the British sat "on the necks" of the Burmese before Burma got independence. On another occasion he said: "They (the British) made profits while you starved. As representatives of a European nation, we are ashamed about what those other Europeans did before." 47 60 10 1-8 Standard of N J 149 7-8 Texas Corp 119 1-2 sears 112 3-4 U S Steel 59 7-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. UT—(USDA)—Hogs 14,500; steady; bulk mixed TJ. S. 1, 2 and 3 180230 Ib 11.50-12.00; about 200 head mostly Is and 2s around 200-220 Ib 12.25: mixed grade 230-270 Ib 10.5011.50; few up to 11.75; 140-170 Ib 11.00-50; sows 450 Ib down 8.759.25; largely 9.00 down; heavier sows 8.25-50; boars over 250 Ib 8.00-7.50; lighter weights to 8.50. Cattle 5.500; calves 1,000; steers near steady at Monday's declin at 15.00-18.00; cows utility and commercial 9.50-11.50; canners and cutters 6.50-9.60; largely 7.00 up; bulls unchanged; utility and commercial 11.50-14.00; canners and cutters 9.50-H.OO; high choice and prime vcalers 25.00-28.00; good and choice 19.00-24.00; .commercial and good slaughter calves 13.00-16.00. Minor Ace/dents Noted Police reported three minor traffic accidents yesterday and today. Met Palmer, driving a 1353 Chevrolet, collided with a car driven by Mrs, Gertrude Holliman at Lake and Cherry Monday morning. Also yesterday morning a collision occurred at the intersection of High- D-Y (Continued from Page 1) "the Dixon-Yat'S contract in mind." Adams should be asked, he said, about any Dixon-Yates contributions to his earlier campaign for governor of New Hampshire, and "in all fairness," Mitchell should be asked about possible Dixon- Yates contributions to the 1952 campaign of Adlai E. Stevenson for president. He proposed also that all officials of the First Boston Corp., a New York financial firm which arranged financing for the Dixon- Yates contract, be called to tell "of the part played by them, if any, in the last Republican' and Democratic election." Wouldn't Tell Langer acted after both AEC Chairman Lewis L. Strauss and Budget Director Rowland Hughes had declined to tell the subcommittee whether they had discussed matters concerning the contract with White House officials. But Hughes contended "there was nothing phoney, or dishonest, or any conspiracy with anybody." Ralph H. Demmler. chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission from June 1953 until May 25. 1955, testified at last night's subcommitle hearing that he had attended three conferences at the White House relating to the Dixon- Yates contract. He said, however, that no one in the executive branch of the government sought to influence the SEC's decision in passing on the financing arrangements for the power project. He said he had pointed out to AEC officials, including Strauss, the financing problems they faced under the Holding Company Act. He maintained that his action in advising a "sister agency" of gov ernment was "entirely proper." Autry said. "Arkansas has done t good job in reducing the number from 1.800 to 423 in the p»st few years." U.OOQ Classroom* On the subject of building needs, the conference reported the nation must have 74,000 additional classrooms by 1980. Again, estimates for Arkansas do not approach ihe national average, but the need here, Autry said, "is better school buildings — replacements." The teacher shortage is "ularm- ing in Arkansas, and the nation, and is not improving," Autry said. Solutions offered included better pay and an improvement in the social position of teachers. Better pay would include "greater security" Autry said, in the form of retirement and fringe benefits. Financing Problemi Financing problems, without federal aid, are facing many states in discovering new sources of school revenue, Autry said. "The chief difficulty is that the federal government taxes so heavily, these states can not seem to find other, sources.' New ways of financing must be found, he said. A continuing public interest in education, too. was "dealt with in generalities," Autry said. The con- erence recommended a closer contact between the school and the It recommended that the conference report "be taken to the people," he said, in an effort to btain this public interest. Conferences on the state and county levels should be held, said, to study the many problems of education." way 61 and Walnut. Billy Ross, driv ing a 1941 Ford, struck the left side of a car driven by Henry Carr, of Pnragould. Heavy damage to the Carr vehicle resulted. Today, a collision was reported between cars driven by James Gaines and Robert Garner at the intersection ot First and Kentucky Heavy front-end damage was reported on both cars. (Continued from Pa«e 1) portunity" to Increase national pro- auction by 50 per cent in the next decade and threby improve living conditions. But "to »et.thls.expan- »ion, we must have wise and progressive policies." he said. "It is up to labor to make Its voice heard to be sure we have those policies," he added. Mitchell said AFL-CIO leaders have denied they will "try to control the votes of union members" but will keep members Informed on political issues. Nobody, he said, can object to that kind, of political activity. - He said he expects the 16-million- member labor federation, to support Eisenhower labor policies. administration Eisenhower's address was hailed as a "very fine message' by AFL CIO President George Meany. Walter Reuther, former CIO chief now an AFL-CIO vice president, said, "U refutes completely th« Coldwater line." Tnroufh Democrata Reuther referred to Sen. dold- water (R-Arli), chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Commit- et, who has spearheaded a Republican group critical of union political activity. Goldwater has charged the AFL- CIO plans "slush .funds" to capture control of tht government through the Democratic party. He has said the AFL-CIO has no right to endorse a presidential candidate. Both Meany ana Keuther have] told the more than 1,400 delegates to the founding AFL-CIO convention that they Intel) stepped-up political activity but are wedded to neither party. Mitchell said that combining the AFL and CIO should lead to improved labor-management relations. He expressed hope that the AFL-CIO and industry could reach a "live-and-let-live" agreement to reduce strikes and make for smoother collective bargaining. Su/eide Pact 'TOKYO W)—Mrs. Ichiro Takada, 31, threw her four children and herself into a Tokyo canal in » suicide attempt. She and her yew. old son were saved. Dead wert daughters, 10 and 8, and a 8-year- old son. Mrs. Takada said her husband was unemployed. Negro Deaths Emma Tolbert Services for Emma Tolbert, longtime and' well-known resident of Carson Lake community, will be conducted at 1 p.m. Friday at Wilson AME Church. Burial will be In Currie Cemetery at Carson Lake, Barabln Mortuary of Osceola in charge. She died Monday morning. She's the widow of the late Albert Tolbert. Danny Cofab Appears In College Program William Daniel (Danny) Cobb of Blytheville, has a part in "The Second Shepherds play, part of the annual Christmas program at Transylvania college, Lexington, Kentucky. He plays the part of the First Shepherd in the production. Cobb is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cobb Jr. He is a freshman at the school, majoring in pre-theology. At Transylvania he is » member of the college choir, which will sing "The Christmas Story," on the Christmas program. Feature-do is available only in Feature Lock He interlocking diamond z rings thai never twist apart, always stay locked together in perfect position. See our superb collection. Convenient Credit Terms McCaughey Jewelry In City Drug Stnrc 100 W. Main St. Blytheville, Arkanwn NOW... The Great New Gasoline With Powerful LIONITE Is Now Available At Your Favorite Lion Oil Dealer In This Area: Andy's Auto Service Second and Ash B and H Service Station Ark-Mo State Line Smitty's Grocery Ruddle Road A. W. West Grocery Ruddle Road S. 0. McGee Grocery Promised Land Mitchell Grocery Promised Land W. 0. West Grocery Clear Lake R. E. Simpson Grocery So. Dell, Arkansas County Line Grocery Hermondale, Mo. J. D. Flowers Grocery Rt. 1, Luxora, Ark. T B. Renfro Grocery Rt. 1, Luxora, Ark. C. A. Moody Goanell, Ark. W. R. CAMPBELL, Distributor LION OIL PRODUCtS South Elm Stratt * tlythwilU, A*. SALES POSITION Sears, Roebuck & CO. Sears has ope ings for ambitious inen interested in a selling career. These positions offer all employe benefits and career advantages, which include profit sharing and paid vacations. Draw and commission method of compensation assures excellent earnigs to agres- sive me. Experience desirable, but not necessary. Applicants must have a car, but out-of-town traveling not required. If you are between 23 and 38, In good health, and have a high school education, you are invited to apply in person to the local Manager at the Sears Calelog Sales Office, 217 West Main Street, Blytheville, Ark., between the hours of 9 and 5. HOLIDAY SPECIAL! ALL THIS WEEK! i Fried Chicken (Golden Brown) With French Fries and Salod 00 $ 1 HAMBURGER STEAK (Fresh Pure Ground Beef) With all the Trimmings 75' Serving Home Made Hot Rolls RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Blyrheville's Favorite Eating Place Strangers-with a Mutual Triend ! Anyone who owns and drives » Cadillac will find this a familiar scene. For it it not at all unusual for Cadillac ownert to salute one another as they pass on the highway ... or to exchange approving nods as they wait at the traffic light. Cadillac owners, you see, know that they hav« at least one mutual friend ... in the Cadillac car. And the chances are that if they wert to meet, they would find they had a great deal more in common than Just their affection for th« "car of cars." For Cadillac owners, taking them by and large, art people who than a keen appreciation for th* finer things in life. And, generally speaking, they are ptople of touad judgment and unusual practical wisdom. They have learned, for instance, how reasonable a new Cadillac can be insofar as original cost it concerned. : They have seen for themselves how economical a Cadillac is to operate through the miles ... and how dependable it is through the months. And they have savored that final reward for choosing the "car of cars"—Cadillac's extraordir nary resale value. Perhaps, in view of these remarkable 'facts', the time has come for you. to meet this wonderful friend of America's most demanding motorists. ' We'll be delighted to introduce you at any time you find convenient—and to supervise a personal demonstration on the highway. Why not come in today? SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. Ml W. Walnut Phone 3-4571

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