The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1953 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1953 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Ike, Churchill, Mayer To Air Allied Problems (Continued from Page 1) Hagerty simply read Eisenhower' statement and said he was not go ing t* elaborate on it. This statement said: "The governments of the Unite; States, Great Britain and Franc have been in consultation with th view of holding an informal high level meeting. "We have agreed that such a meeting is desirable at a date con venient to all of us. "A primary purpose will be fur I'^0M ther to develop common viewpoint, with these friends on the mans problems that must be solved co operative!}' so that the cause o Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton Open High Low July 3421 3423 3410 Oct 3374 3378 3373 Dec 3373 3378 3371 Mch 3382 3385 3381 1:1 3411 3375 337: 3382 New Orleans Cotton Open High Low 1:15 July 3420 3420 3407 3409 Oct 3374 3377 3371 3375 Dec 3375 3374 3370 3379 Mch 3385 3387 3380 3387 ^May 3382 3382 3380 3380 Soybeans Jly . Sep . Nov . Jan . High 294% 276 % . 2677s 270-)i Chicago Corn ' High 150% 158 Jly . Sep Low 293 <% 2751,4 26614 269 X Low 159% 157% Close 294 >,i 27614 26715 27016 Close 159% 157% Chicago Wheat High Jly 213 Sep . ... Low 212% 216% 21614 Close 212=4 21614 world peace may be advanced. 1 In response to another question, Hngerty left no doubt that Eisenhower took the initiative in or. ranging for the big three meeting. Asked whether the President started the ball rolling, Hagerty called reporters' attention to" statement issued by Churchill. It said in part: 'President Eisenhower has ex- presspd a wish for a personal meeting with the French prime minister and myself to discuss our common problems." Hagerty added there had been no definite decision as to where the session would be held, but that Churchill had suggested Bermuda. 'The President of the United States has no objection to that," Hagerty said. He added that he understood Mayer also has no objections to Bermuda as a meeting place. Saying no definite date for the conference has been fixed, Hagerty called attention to the fact that Churchill must be In London June 2 for the coronation of Queen Ilizabeth. He also noted that Eisenhower vill leave Washington June ,10 for a series of speeches in Minnesota, Torth Dakota, South Dakota, New Hampshire and New York. The President is scheduled to re- urn to Washington from this trip n June 14, and Hagerty said the )ig three conference probably vould be held soon after that date. Hagerty did not expand on Eisen- lower's statement as to the pur- lose of the meeting. The agreement on it comes at a !me when there has been increasing pressure in Britain for a high- evel conference with the Russians imed at easing East-West tension. But so far as could be quickly de- ermined here there was no inten- on or desire on the part of Elsen- ower to turn the meeting into a ig four session by ringing in So- iet Premier Malenkov. Is Malenkov Representative? On the contrary, and despite evt- ences of a different view on the .irt of Churchill, the Eisenhower ovez'nment appears convinced that is is no time for a meeting with PAGE THRB1 IT 'S A BIG RACKET TO THEM-Loud noises and shoving crowds at the coronation in London won't bother these horses alter they ve completed their special "racket rehearsals." The horses are getting their "soundproofing" at Woolwich, England, by being driven past men who shout and clang garbage can lids together. One horse can't take it. but he'll learn. USAF (Continued from Page 1) containing from 30 to 75 planes. $5 Billion Less The revised Pentagon budget also calls for about five billion dollars less in new funds for the Air Force in the fiscal year start- ng July 1. President Eisenhower, In his radio address Tuesday night, said 60 cents of every defense dollar will still be going into Navy and Air Force air power. Wilson told the senators yesterday that the 143-wlng goal of the Truman administration had been slipping further from realization for more than three years and he added: : "When we say 120 wings we we menu 120." Ferguson said discussion about "a certain number of wings or BO nany unspent billions is only confusing." "Under the revised 120 - wing nterim goal of the Eisenhower ad- ninistratiou this nation BhouW have a lot more modern combat ilanes and much more striking lower' than the unreached 143- ving paper target," he said. Wilson and Deputy Secretary Roger M. Kyes stressed that even Ark-Mo Names Ad Assistant- WllUam T. Spence, formerly' ol Mammoth Spring, Mo., has been named assistant advertising manager of Arkansas-Missouri Power Co., It was announced today. Since January, 1961, he has been serving as chief clerk at the utility's Mammoth Spring office. Mr. Spence Joined Ark-Mo in December. 1946, and has been line crewman, serviceman, storekeeper, book' keeper and clerk. A native of Pocahbntas, Ark., he is a veteran of World War II. He attended Arkansas State College and the University of Arkansas. He and his wife and three children reside at 709 Northeast Parkway. New York Stocks A T and T 156 1-8 Amer Tobacco 73 Anaconda Copper 38 3-8 Beth Steel 53 1-2 Chrysler 77 1-4 Coca-Cola 113 1-4 Gen Electric ;. 74 5-8 Gen Motors 62 1-2 Montkomerp Ward 61 7-8 N Y Central 24 Int Harvester 29 3-4 J C Penney .., 72 1-2 Republic Steel 50 1-4 Radio 25 7-8 Socony Vacuum 34 1-2 Studebaker, 35 1-2 ^Standard of N 72 * Texas Corp 54 1-4 Sears 59 1-8 U S Steel 40 1-8 ! Sou Pac 17 1- Livestock m51 ecewyyf xb!026ncs 21 NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., Wl—(USDA)—Hogs 6,000; opened slow; later moderately active; weights 180 Ibs up 15 to 25 higher; lighter weights strong to mostly 25 higher; sows steady to strong, spots 25 higher; choice 180-230 Ibs 24.5075; few loads choice Nos. 1 and 2 24.85; 240-270 Ibs 23.75-24.35; around 300-lb butchers at 23.25; 150-170 Ibs 23.00-24.50; 120-140 Ibs 20.00-22.25; sows 400 Ibs down 21.75-22.50; mostly 22.25 down; heavier sows 19.75-21.50; boars 15.00-17.50. Cattle 1,500, calves 800; steers end heifers active and fully steady, although demand limited on some utility and low commercial kinds; good and choice steers and heifers 20.50-23.00; few utility and commercial 16.00-10.00; sows opening steady; utility and commercial ^13.00-15.50, few at 16.00. •lalenkov because it is not yet ear whether Malenkov is in posi- j lion truly to represent the Soviet nation aboard. Moreover, signs are lacking of any real changes in Russia's basic policies toward the rest of the world. Diplomatic informants said one purpose of the conference undoubtedly is to shore up faltering Allied unity which recently has been beset by various disruptive forces. President Eisenhower was represented as believing that the session with Churchill and Mayer would go a long way toward dispelling misunderstandings, and would dramatically symbolize the extent to wh'ich the United States, Britain and France have common interests and common purports. The problems which require understanding if not cooperation among the leaders of the Western powers range from critical Par Eastern issues to difficulties of completing what the United States considers an adequate European defense system. In this connection it was, considered probable that Eisenhower would want to raise with Mayer the ratification of European Defense Treaties which would clear the way for German rearmament. U. S. officials, though extremely reluctant to talk about the situation even privately, are sharply aware that the change of governments in the United States and in Russia, the introduction of new cutbacks in American spending abroad, the long and disappointing course of Korean truce negotiations, the Soviet diplomatic offensive built on appeals for "peace," are among factors which have caused such aw caused such a wave of recriminations particularly between Washington and London. Police Find 'Familiar Angle' Is Same Man BUFFALO, N. Y. (/P)—There wa something familiar about it whe Patrolmen Charles J. Stoehr John J. Whalen overhauled a horn blowing speeder after he rai through a red light at Michigan and Seneca Streets. The motorist, Norton E. Webb, ex plained that he was rushing hi wife Rosanne to a hospital. Th pops provided a siren escort. Mrs Webb gave birth to a boy. Later, the head-scratching cop explained the familiar angle. Las June, they overhauled a horn-blow^ ing speeder after he ran the Mich igan-Seneca light and escorted him to the hospital. That time Mrs. Webb had a baby girl. Negro Deaths Wilson Virgies Services for Wilson Virgies, 50, who died at his home two mile; south of Osceola Monday, will he conducted at 2 pm. Sunday at Mt. Olive Baptist Church at Victoria by Rev. W. Davis, pastor. Burial will be at Victoria with W. P. Cobb Funeral Home in charge. He is survived by his wife, brother, two sons, two daughters and two grandchildren. FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT Use T-4-L for 3 to 3 days. It actuallv peels off the outer skin, exposes burierl fungi and KILLS ON CONTACT. If not i)Ieasutj with instant-drying T-4-L, your 40c hark at any drug store. Today at Kirby Bros. Drug Co. WINDOW SCREENS] TO LAST /I with the reduced appropriations request the Air Force will have 40 oillion dollars to spend after July 1, counting unspent funds voted by previous Congresses. They said only about 15 billion dollars would be spent in the next fiscal year. Even if Congress restored the :ive billions cut from the old Trunan budget, Wilson said, "we could not spend any part of it in 54 to strengthen the nation's air losition." PORTABLE VOLT JOLTER-Resembling an artillery piec. from outer space, this 3-10,000-pound transformer is the largest portable transformer in the United States. Built for the Bonne-, ville Power Administration, the transformer "steps down" electricity from 230,000 volts to 115,000 volts. Shown here in Goshen.1 Ore., it is mounted on a 175-ton railroad flat car. * Mad* from Aluminum • 809& Lighter In Weight • Butt-Proof . . .Warp-Pr»of * N«v«p N««d Painting * Always Fit... Snugly • UN Y*ar Aft*f Y«ar without work or worry H*r« «rW window «ci**a frvoMi to *ITB you work, *»Y« you mon. T ... Ba d «dd IBS! baaatj to your hom*. AIum«-F*b hemei ni* mad* from Alnmlnum Stay bright and new ... lor • lifetime. 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