The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1955 · Page 6
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PAW MX BimtBYTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1955 UN Council Begins Debate on Charge Against Israel (Continued from Page 1) both sides, then adjourn until next week while members pondered possible action. In the past the council has never gone 'farther than a censure of one side or the other and a request that both sides work with the chief U.N. truce supervisor, Canadian Maj. Gen .E. L. M. Burns, to prevent further incidents. British, French and U. S. delegations already have started talks on the s i t u a t i o n. An informed source said they were not working on any concrete proposals yet, and added, ' 'The question now is whether a resolution condemning Israel would help matters, or whether it would make them worse." Some delegates assumed that some kind of censure against Israel eventually would result. Britain protested against the attack yesterday in a note handed the Israel ambassador to London, Eliahu Elath. This followed up statements of regret from government spokesmen in both London and Paris. Needs More Time The United States was reported in Washington to have notified Israel that, in view of Sunday's incident, it needed more time to con- sider a weeks-old Israeli request to buy some 50 million dollars worth of U. S. arms. And in Paris last night, Britain, were understood to have agreed to coordinate efforts to help Egypt build the billion-dollar dam at Aswan, on the Nile. Tliat word got around after Secretary of State Dulles, British Foreign Secretary Harold Macmillan and French Foreign Minister Antoine Pinay conferred in the French capital, Western ai * on the dam would be designed to offset any advantage with Egypt the Soviet bloc may be gaining through Czechoslovakia's sale of arms to her. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton (12:30 quotations) Mar 3363 3376 3363 3371 May 3268 3283 3268 3280 July 3160 3169 3155 3159 Oct 2999 3006 2992 2995 New Orleans Cotton M.Tr 3370 3376 3369 3375 May 3274 3284 3272 3280 July " 3158 3168 3155 3159 Oct 3004 3004 2988 2988 NATO (Continued from Page 1) calls for coordination of Allied air defenses and for a • unified radar screen against possible air raids, extending from Norway through Turkey. Hall Of Florida Vote MIAMI. Fla. UP) — Leonard W. Hall, Republican national chairman, today expressed optimism over GOP chances of winning Florida again in 1956. Hall, who arrived lass night from Washington for a vacation of several days, brushed aside questions concerning President Eisenhower's future status but spoke confidently of Republican prospects next year. "I believe Florida will be the first southern state to join the Republican ranks permanently," he predicted. Unscheduled Surgery KAWACHI, Japan Wi—The famed 1,146 - year - old wooden temple statue of Buddha here suffered a bit of unscheduled surgery. Thieves removed two of its six hands. STAMP OF DESIRE—This new Austrian stamp protests that country^ exclusion from the United Nations. The dark green, 2.40- fchilling stamp shows a globe ringed by the flags of U.N. member nations. A gap in the ring is filled with a question mark, as if tc a*, "When will Austria be admitted to Ihe U.N.?" The country BT* appried for U.N membership July 2, 1947. Chicago Wheat Dec 209' B 210',--. 209'i May ... 204 204% 204 Chicago Corn Dec .... 124% 124% 124M, May .... 132% 133V, 132}, Chicago Soybeans .Ian .... 236 237'i 235% 236% Mar ...2391/4 240& 238" 3 240 May .... 239 Vi 241 239',4 240% July .... 236'/ 4 23T4 236Vi 237U 210U 204 ij 124% 133 New York Stocks A T and T ™ 3 ' Amer Tobacco 81 3 Anaconda Copper 11 I- Beth Steel 163 1- Chrysler SO 1- Gen Electric 54 Gen Motors 46 5- Montgomery Ward 85 3 N Y Central 43 5- Int Harvester 363- Southern Pacific 56 1- Republic Steel 49 Radio 45 1- Socony Vacuum 61 Studebaker HI Standard of N J i... 148 1- Texas Corp L... 1163- Sears 108 3- U S Steel 58 1- Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., —(USDA) — Hogs 12,000; steady to strong; bulk mixed U. S. No. s 1, 2 and 3 180-230 Ib 10.75-11.50; moderate numbers uniform under 215 Ib and mostly No.s 1 and. 2 190-220 Ib 11.65-15; about 75 head No. 1. few No. 2 around 200-210 Ib 11.85; mixed grade 230-270 Ib 9.75-11.00; few mostly No.s land 2 to 11.25; 270-320 Ib mostly No.s 1 and 3 9.00-10.00; 140-170 Ib 10.5011.25; sows 450 Ib down B.25-75; heavier sows 7.50-8.OOJ boars mostly 50 lower; over 250 Ib 5.507.00; lighter weighfe to 8.00. Cattle 700, calves 400; small lots commercial and good steers and mixed yearlings 15.00-17.00; utility and low commercial offerings making up considerable share at 9.00-13.00; about steady; cows utility and commercial largely 9.5011.00; canners and cutters 7.009.50 with some strong weight cutters to 10.00; bulls utility and commercial 12.00-14.00; heavy fat bulls 11.00; vealers and calves steady; MAN AMONG BOYS—Larry Schlosser, 13, is a man among the boys at Grove C'iiy (Ohio) High School. Larry, pictured above with his golden trophy, won a shite tractor-pulling contest at Circlevillc. He even beat his dad—and used his dnd's tractor to do it. He pulled in the 8000-pound class, tops in the field. His, dad worked in the 6000-pound event, inis.sing out on second place -by an inch and a half. Larry has his own tractor, but in this contest against 21 experienced men, IK- elected to use his father's. He is the son of Mr and Mrs. Clarence Schlosser. of the Columbus suburb. Negro Deaths |With The Courts Von Wa/ton, Jr. Services for Van Walton Jr., 31. will be conducted in Caston Funeral Home Chapel at 2 p.m. Sunday by Rev. J. W. Speight. Burial will be in Burton Spur Cemetery. He was stacked to death Dec. 9 in Cleveland, O. Surviving are his parents, Van and Joella Walton of BlyLheville; one brother, Lester Walton of Blythe- vllle; two sisters, Ernestine Johnson and Lillie B. Goosey of Chicago. Charley McBride . Services for Charey McBride, 73, will be conducted Sunday in England, Ark. He died Tuesday. commercial to average good kinds continuing imder pressure; good and choice largely 20.00-26.00; very few individual head high choice and prime 27.00-30.00; commercial and good vealers 15.00-20.00; cull to low commercials 9.00-14.00; commercial and good slaughter calves 14.00-17,00. CIRCUIT COURT t Civil) .General Motors Acceptance Corp. vs. Otis Wolford, debt. J. F. Scrape and W. L. Walker vs. Roland Karr. debt. Daniel L. Robertson et al vs. Bill H. Croft, damages. Bobby Wayne Han-el-et al vs. A. B. Rozelle et al, damages, Jim Tom Lawson vs. Clarence Sht-'php.rd and Ed Hardin, damages. CHANCERY COURT The following divorce decrees have recently been issued; Mary Agnes Ward vs. Willie Ray Ward." Ruth Ervin vs. Bill Ervin. Steve A. Tucker vs. Burlie R. Tucker. Marie Wright vs. William Troy Wright. Georgette Simmons vs. Ernest- Simmons. Kathleen M. Barr vs. William E. Barr. Mattie Campbell vs. Ira Camft>ell Colmey Priget vs. Fannie May Prleei. Wharlie Waggei vs. Ruth Waggel. Rebecca Jane Spencer vs. Allen Carl Spencer. . ELECTION wno ne sam voieci DUI, lor cnnci- ent reasons, were not entitled to ov h;ul done so illegally. things legal and proper and samp Ambrosia cm- snt'iitlflc wine Urban \\w oi wiuur IK estimated of nu'.wiH'd, the plant which nivi-s at nliout IH)0 pilous a tluy per jii-oph- nay t'i'Yt'r. | por.soi in (lie Unilml States. Cars on Farm WASHINGTON (JP) — Seven of i every 10 farms reported having an ! automobile in the 1954 census of j agriculture, the Census Bureau reported today. ' EVERY CHRISTMAS MORE SANTAS GIVE RCA ViCTOR THAN ANY OTHER TELEVISION! Large Selection of Other TV Models, Record Players, Records and Radios Other TVs Start at $189.95 We Give Quality Stamps Adams Appliance Co., Inc. "We Service What We Sell" 206 - 208 AY. Main Ph. 2-2071 FFIIGIDME Avtomotit Washer filtn-matl* » I ft I 1 /* I Quality Stamps Adams Appliance to., Inc. 206-08 w. M 0in n. 2.2071 Santa Says: that wilt he treasured lor uear6 to come . . . THE NEW PUSH-BUTTON NECCHI AUTOMATIC Truly the world's most advanced Sewing Machine! Come in and see if or call for a Free Home Demonstration. Easy Terms • Liberal Trade-Ins 1 It's the only home sewing machine automatic enough to . . . make instant complete buttonholes! . . . make professional tapered monograms! ... d« ft week'i mending in 20 '"* . .. create fancy sUtehci ncvir before poMlbte! Necchi Offers a Wide Variety of Styles & Prices starting at $98.95. Franchisee! Dealer for Sales and Service Sewing Machine Exchange Blytfuville, Ark. 3-6127 You Can Shop In Blytheville Till 9 P.M. Dec. 21st Thru 24th. Stores Will Remain Open For Your Convenience -This Ad Is Sponsored As a Public Service By The Retail Merchants' Division BLYTHEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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