The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1955 · Page 14
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PACE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVTLII (ARK.)' COURIER KEW» THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, LITTLE ROCK DELEGATION — Pictured as they prepared to board a DC-3 at Little Rock Air Force Base is Blytheville's delegation to the capital city. Group went to view Little Rock's base-com- munity coordination program. Chamber and city officials hope to put into action a modified version of the Little Rock plan. (Courier -News Photo) True Definition? PROVIDENCE. R. I. Melvyn Johnson, chief of the mental hygiene clinic of the Veterans I Administration in Providence and 1 himself a psychiatrist, gave 'this definition of a psychiatrist in a speech j'esterday: "A man who goes to a burlesque show and watches the audience." U.N. AFL-CIO THE FABULOUS NEW RCA VICTOR ALBUM • Over 60 Army Air Force Hand /'er/orniniiriri • Firsl Ttim'. Rrli'ftitpil on IWnrdu Here it is! The band that became a World War H legend ... brought to you by RCA Victor in brilliant enhanced sound! Your'choice of 5 Lojig Play or fifteen 45 EP records in beautiful, factory-sealed lacquered cloth album, with-16-page booklet of action photos, story of the band and complete discogrnphy only $24.95 Ask about the RCA Victor Glenn Miller Christmas Card Gift Certificate. Includes special free features... an exciting-, completely different Christmas gift idea! .. . only $24.95 W. wiH ship this album postage-free anywhere in the U.S.A. TVe Alsn Curry Itecnnl Players & Record Accessories "We Give Quality Stamps" Adams Appliance Co., Inc. 20K - 208 W. Main !'h. 2-2071 t Continued from Pfige 1) Prance abstained. With the outcome hinging on Lhe Formosa government, delegates have warned Nationalist China that to veto a proposal which has such overwhelming support might well cost her her U.N. foothold when Russia next brings up the perennial demand to seat Red China in place of the Nationalists. Soviet Satellite Sources close to the Nationalists say they feel they must reject Outer Mongolia as a Soviet satellite and companion of Red China. Before the voting. Chinese Delegate T. F. Tsiang assailed admission of.all five Communist states— Outer Mongolia. Albania. Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania, saying they represented a "new type of imperialism practiced by the Soviet Union." Cuba tried unsuccessfully to put through a series of amendments \vhirh would have stressed that admission of new states must be based on a charter ..revision that they be peacelovintr. Cuba replaces Brazil on the Security Council aftei Jan. 1. The 13 non-Communist applicants are Ceylon. Cambodia .Japan. Laos. Libya. Nepal. Jordan. Italy, Portugal, Spain. Ireland, Austria and Finland. Commodity And Stock Markets- N«w York Cotton (12:M Mol»tior»> Dee 3443 3445 3441 Mar 3338 33SO 3332 May 3280 3294 3212 July 3163 3200 3162 New Orleans Cotton Dec 3438 3440 3438 Mar 3337 3345 3331 May 3279 3293 3275 July 3165 3195 3167 Chicago Wheat Dec ... 210 210'< May .... 205 205!i Chicago Corn Dec .... 1265, 12^ May ... 134", 135", 308', 203^. Taylor Urges Stable Defense NEW YORK 1*1 — Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, Army chief of staff, urges a more stable defense program, saying that sudden changes in the arms budget can throw our military machine out of gear. Speaking list night at the annual dinner of the American Ordnance Assn.. Taylor said the defense program should be "designed for the long .pull and be unaffected, in its main lines, by short-term adjustments in foreign ind domestic policies." The association presented Taylor 34401 with its Crozier Gold Medal for 3340 outstanding service in the field of 3284] military preparedness. 3178 ; I Christmas Mail Burnt ( BREMERHAVEN, Germany !*l — Part of a Christmas mail cargo being sent to the United States was destroyed yesterday when an American military mail car burned at Bremerhayen's main station. 3449 3338 3283 3180 (Continued from Page 1) CIO merger, became part of the IUD. Meany estimated the former CIO membership in IUD at 3,800,000. This makes the IUD the AFL- tivities; forms solid religous contact with the base. "We have learned," said its chairman, "that the base is of many other benefits thai; financial/ Its participation in our; CIO's largest division with Approximately six million members. Without opposition or even debate, Walter Reuther and Japies Carey, president and secretary- treasurer of the now-dissolved CIO, were elected to similar posts in the IUD, with Al Whitehousc, Cincinnati regional director of the United Steelworkers, chosen to be IUD director. Dave Beck, president of the former AFL Teamsters Union, had hinted he might oppose election of Reuther and Carey to top IUD jobs, but he stayed away from the lUD's founding meeting. However. some 400.000 members of his 1,- 489,000-mcmbcrs Teamsters Union were admitted to IUD. Chicago Soybeans Jan .... 236 3 1 238ii 236' 2 Mar .... 239' 2 241'i 239'i May .... 239'- 4 241'i 239 3 < July 236U 23T,2 236'.i New York Stocks A T and T Amer Tobacco .. Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester .... Republic Steel . Radio Socony Vacuum Studebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears lU S Steel 240'j 240', 2363., 179 1-2 82 1-4' 70 3-4 168 1-8 93 1-8 125 1-2 | 54 1-2 47 7-8 95 3-8] 44 7-8 37 1-2 I 111 3-4 46 7-8 60 7-8 10 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. (..p : _(USDA) — Hogs 12.000; arely steady: bulk mixed U. S. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 180-230 Ibs 11.00-75; mostly Nos. 1 and 2 190-230 Ibs 12.00; about 55 head mostly No. 1, few No. 2 around 215 Ibs 12.25; mixed grade 230-270 Ibs 9.75-11.25; largely 10.00-11.00; few 210-300 Ibs 9.2510.00; 140-170 Ibs 10.25-11.00; sows 450 Ibs down 8.25-75; heavier sows 7.75-8.00: boars over 250 Ibs 6.007.50: lighter weights to 8.50. Cattle 2.200, calves 800; steers barely steady on commercial to high good lens 13.00-18.00; cows weak to lower: commercial 9.SO- ll.00; canner and cutter cows 6.509.50: bulls utility and commercial largely 12.00-14.00: canner and cutlet bulls 9.50-11.50; good and 148 7-8! choice vealers 20.00-S5.00; few high 118 3-4 111 3-4 1 59 5-8 choic- and prime individuals 26.0029.00: 2C.OO. commercial and sgood 16.00- MR BASE (Continued from P««« 1) tublishinf credit with commercial IIOUMI; «Ml»U In buying of properly. Recreation - Education - Religious Welfare Committee—Has contacted every available sport and hobby enthusiast and made plans for airmen to participate; urge* airmen to participate in available educational ac- community affairs makes u» better and stronger." Public Relations Committee—Acquaints air personnel with the physical plants of the three towns; lectures to airmen on civic functions, enlist* them in participating: operates a greeting service to newcomers. Meat lUjuUrl; All committees are headed by civilian*. Members are highly interested in their project* and meet regularly. The overall project is coordinated by a public relations office. That office and other expenses are paid through the three cities Community Chest program. Buchanan,, Tune and Col. G. D. Timmons, base commander of BAFB who was unable to make the trip working setup in Blytheville, if the will have the tusk of establishing n because he was on a flying mission, Chamber and Council approve the plan. Both Buchanan and Tune yesterday expressed their desire to establish a program here. Said Buchanan, "I would like to see something similar established in Blytheville. We have serious problems here that need solution, including the serious ones ol housing and recreation." Tune said, "They have a wonderful organization in Little Rock. I hope we can use something similar in Blytheville. Both the board and the Council will work together on it," FARM (Continued from P»g« 0 ' pose, were based. He pointed out that the Arkan»M division also functions u t larg« industry, employing 462 persoiu wlttt' . an annual payroll o( $l,57«,a«.31.. . The Blytheville office ha» » still of nine persons with a monthly. payroll of $2.790, he said. : "I am completely in agreement; with the purposes of thii »*«>W and am dedicated to the spirit of. useful service which dominate* th« personnel." Bland told the group. Houte of Fiubu. "Most of you know thai. 1 am ». member of 'the House of F»ubu»." he said. "I am proud of my association with the governor. "You are familiar with the Ar-, kansas Industrial Development Commission. Tliis program was initial, ed in a sincere effort to bring thf best minds and the most effective citizens of our state to places of leadership," he stated. But, he added, Arkansas i. losing its population—particularly its «d r ucated youth, and this is an indictj- mcnt of the leadership ol Arkansai_: "We are going to try to stop the exodus of our people. . . The Emf ployment Security Division, whicri includes the office in your city, will' be a useful instrumentality in effecting the ambitious program of industrialization proposed by Oov; Faubus, which is receiving the support of all Arkansas," Bland said. .. No Mustaches, P/eoie PHILADELPHIA I* — Chief Inspector Albert J. Trimmer says he may issue an order forbidding his cops to sport fancy mustaches or flowing hair styles. Some of the 1 rookie policemen "have taken to be-bop" haircuts and flaunting mustaches," he said. An average of 33 ships pass thiough the Suez canal every day. TOYS 1/2 PRICE SALE Check These Low Prices! Reg. 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Sand Loader and Dump Truck . . . $10.25 Electric See 'em Pop . $12.75 Roller Skates ... $ 2.69 Hippty-Hop Barber Shop . . . . $ 1.49 Footballs $ 4.50 Keystone Fire Station $ 4.75 Blackboard & Chair Set $10.95 $7.50 $3.25 $3.95 $1.45 $ .98 $1.98 $1.73 $1.40 $ .50 $1.49 $ 6.95 $3.50 $5.15 $6.00 $1.34 $ .75 $2.25 $2.38 $5.48 Hundreds of Other Toy sat the Same Low Prices Shop Now While Stock Is Complete •USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN GENERAL HARDWARE APPLIANCE CO. 109 W. Main St.

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