The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1956 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 19W BLTTHEVtLLE (ARK.) COURIER HEWS PAGX L'HREt GOP Leaders Urge Democrats to Back New Soil Bank Bid Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton NEW YORK COTTON Mar 3260' 3265 3245 3253 May 3576 .3576 3572 3574 July 3348 33S2 .3346 3350 Oct 3254 326] 3242 3252 Dec 3261 3264 3249 3256 New Orleans Cotton Mar 3265 3265 3265 3265 May 3573 3573 3572 3573 July 3353 3359 3350 3351 Oct 3253 3260 3243 3252 Dec 3263 3266 3250 3256 Chicago Wheat May .... 238V, 239 231& 23714! July .... 210 210 3 ;. 208T» 208',j> Sep .... 212 213 210% 210%! Chicago Corn May .... 147^!, 148 146?i 147=i Juiy ..... ISOVi 1S2-V4 150% 151',; Sep .... 151 ISl'/i 150 151 Chicago Soybeans May .... 294 1 /- 296>i 293% 294'i July .... 297 299J4 296% 19714 Sep 261 262>/ 4 258% 258% New York Stocks A f and T 181 7-8 Amer Tobacco 81 1-2 Anaconda Copper 77 3-4 Beth Steel 162 1-8 Chrysler 71 3-4 Gen Electric 61 7-8 Gen Motors 44 7-8 Montgomery Ward 93 1-2 N y Central 423-4 Int Harvester 355-8 Republic Steel 49 1-4 Radio 46 Soconv Vacuum 75 Standard of N J :.. 59 5-8 Texas Corp 131 3-4 Sears 323-4 U S Steel 60 7-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. (,B—(USDA)—Hogs 14,500; lower; mixed 180 240 Ib 14.75 - 15.00; •largely 14.85 down; several lots mostly Is, few 2s. around 200-225 Ib 15.10-25; about 150 head at latter price; few mixed grade 250270 Ib 14.25-75; 150-170 Ib 13.7514.25: 120-140 Ib 12.25-13.25; sows 400 Ib down 12.50-13.25; heavier sows 11.50-2.50; boars 7.50-9.00. Cattle 5,000; calves 1.100; steers and butcher yearlings steady including small lot choice 915 Ib steers 20.50; few loads and lots choice 18.75 • 19.00; small lots mostly medium quality stacker steers 15.00-16.50; good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 17.0018.75; cows active at strong prices; utility and commercial 12.00-13.00: a few 13.50; individual head 14.00; canners and cutter 9.00-11.50; strong cutters to 12.00 bulls steady; utility and commei cial 13.00-15.00; canners and cul ters 10.00 - 12.50; vealers a n calves steady; action better tha: Monday: choice to prime vealer 20.00; cull and commercial 9.00-15. 00. FARM LOANS YOU get the mad far your money when you borrow on the long-term Equitable Society amortized plan. SAVE with the famouf Form Income Privilege GARRETT Insurance Agency Phone 131 Steele, Mo. LOOK All OeKalb Seed Corn—White or Yellow, while it lasts $050 Per Bu. Get ;oor scfd corn now while our stock Is complete and remember more farmers plant DcKalb than an; other Hybrid »eed com. four DeKalh Dealer HARDY SALES & SERVICE 70S Clear Lake Are. hevtlle - Phone 3-6971 Obituary (Continued from Page 1) take land out of cash production .id put it to conservation uses. The soil bank was one feature of t the bill which Eisenhower vetoed | yesterday. But in a major rebuff to the [ White House, the Democratic-controlled Congress linked it with other major farm law changes which Eisenhower opposed. "Corifufinj" "It was confusing," he said last night, "in some respects self-defeating:, and so awkward and clumsy as to make Its adminis- Ella Gallant Rites Thursday Service* for Mrs. Ella Gallant, 76, will be conducted at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon In Cobb Funeral Home chapel, the Rev. Jess Dickinson officiating. Mrs. Gallant diea tnis morning at 5 o'clock in the home of her son, Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Hospital Paid For Charity MEMPHIS iff— Twenty years ago R. J. Kinder of Kensett, Ark., was tration difficult or impractical . . .j a charity patient at St. Joseph Hos- We got a hodge podge in whichlpital here. Yesterday he gave the the bad provisions more than can-, hospital $10,000 for its building celed out the good." Democratic leaders who have defended the measure, as the best ar.d quickest way to get more money .into farmers' pockets have said they do not expect Congress to approve any substitute bill. There was no indication that this attitude had changed because of Eisenhower's revised reconimen- I son of Texas said yesterday: "Congress is not going to roll over and play dead at the crack of a ll'hip." Rep. Poage (D-Texl. a senior member of the House Agriculture Committee, said in an interview today that "the soil bank alone is out — it won't add one cent to the farmers' income." Poage professed to see a chance that the House would vote to override Eisenhower's veto "if the Republicans who voted with us last week will vote with us again, and if the De m o c r a t s all stick together." Little Hope Speaker of the House Rayburn (D-Tex) refused to make any pre. diction, however, and other Democratic leaders held out little hope they could override the veto. The House passed the bill 237-181 last week. If the same number of members voted, it would require 279 votes to override the veto. And there were signs that at least some of the 48 Republicans who voted for the bill would not vole to override the Republican President's veto. Several said they accepted Eisenhower's decision although they would have been happier if he had approved the bill. None of them endorsed publicly the assertion by OOP Nationa'l Chairman Leonard W. Hall that the veto will help Republican chances in the November elections for control of the White House and Congress. ' "The President was absolutely right in vetoing the farm bill and his decision will be sustained by the American people." Hall said. Hall's Democratic counterpart, Paul M. Butler, called the veto "a direct blow from the President himself." and he added In a statement: "Farmers not only have been tn- Linder, now owner and president of an oak flooring manufacturing firm, said his check was "in appreciation of the great amount of charity they do at St. Joseph and because they draw jio line between Catholic and non-Catholic patients." The campaign seeks to raise one Order.of the Sisters of St. Francis had pledged an additional million to finance a six-story wing. POLITICS rook No Chances GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (ft —When i project opposite the Willow- Grove LEADS REVIVAL — The Rev. JotUe Peyton, Jr., is leading a youth'revival now in progress at Church of God, 20th and Cherry. Services begin at 7:30 each night. The Rev. L. A. Holt is pastor. Freak Storm Kills 1, Hurts 11 In Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA (ft— A freak 86- mile-an-hour wind hit suburban Willow Grove without warning yesterday, causing one death, injuries to 11 persons and damage totaling $100,000. death and injuries resulted from Uie toppling of a 20-foot wall of cinder blocks at a construction , . a, local airport attendant saw an! Naval Air Station. Construction American Airline DC-7 coming in for an unscheduled landing with smoke and flame belching from an engine he knew where there was plenty of help. He telephoned to the state fire school meeting and 12- trticks made a fast run to the airport. But it was all for practice because there wasn't fire. It . ^a.uae mere wasn t any turned putt he plane engine ,was just acting up a bit. worker Thilbert White, 45, of Philadelphia, died under a pile of blocks, Seven of the injured were tumbled into the fallen masonry while the others were struck by pieces of wreckage. jured by the President's reiusal to go along with Congress on this vital issue, but they have been insulted by the President's decision, three years late, to raise price supports a few cents on a few commodities." That was a refernce to Eisenhower's decision, announced In the veto message, to raise price supports on five basic crops from previously announced or prospective levels. Chairman Ellender (D-La) of the Senate Agriculture Committee said it seemed strange to raise the wheat support price "with wheat running out of our ears/* He said his committee might make "a little investigation to find out how the laws on our statute books can be manipulated." The Agriculture Department estimated that the effect of the changes Eisenhower announced would be to add about 600 million dollars to farm income this year, assuming average harvests. The Democratic-sponsored bill, the department said, would have upped price support payments by about 850 millions on top of that. With The Courts 0 CHANCERY Natidnal Burial Insurance Co., vs. C. S. Corey, et al, foreclosure ot deed of trust. The following divorce decrees have been filed: Betty Stewart and Loy Stewart. Wanda Sweet and Frank Sweet Linda Daniels and Richard Daniels, annulment. Macie Lee Boling and S. p. Holing. William D. Presncll and Ruby Presnell. Mary Junkleman and Robert Junkleman. * j COMMON PLEAS j Farmers Soybean Corp., vs. Ma; nils Gin Co., and Milton Towles, default judgment for plaintiff, $719.89 against Manila Gin and 5489.43 against Towles. CIRCUIT (Civil Division) Jesse M. White vs. J. F. Beale, appeal from Common Pleas. Universal CIT v». Haael Jobe, payment of debt. The emu, national bird of Australia, is the second largest of living birds, with adults averaging five feet ir\ height. Got an old-fashioned K SfEM- WINDER ? We Give You $20 Trade-in For Any Old Watch It's AUTOMATIC! And See How You Save! Reg. $49.50 Value, Less $20 Trade-In Regular $49.95 Less Trade ln-$20.00 You Pay Only $29.95 NO MONEY DOWN EASIEST TERMS IN • Plus F«!. Tax TOWN! OPEN AN ACCOUNT HOW! DHEIFUS Meet Dreifus W Wear Diamonds :iih VVI:M MAI\ si. (Continued from Page 1) state Democratic organization. Meyrter wants to carry the 36 Democratic .delegate votes to Uis national convention with freedom to pick the strongest candidate. Kefauver challenges him on the theory that voters should get a chance to choose their candidate. On the preferential side 01 (lie Democratic ballot, Kefmiver is unopposed, as Is Eisenhower on the GOP side. Their respective vote totals will be viewed ns an indication of their New Jersey pop* ularity. Voters can't cross party lines. Stevenson is not entered. Face to Face Debate Meamvhile.the possibility of ft face-to-fsce debate between Stevenson and Kefauver was being: discussed again—with inconclusive results. In Southern Pines, N.C. where! he is visiting; his sister, Stevenson) told n news conference he would be willing to debate with Kefnuver on ilay 13 in California and on May 20 or 27 in Florida. In Santa Rosa, Calif., where he is .campaigning for that state's June 5 primary, Kefauver said he .too is ready to debate "any time our schedules cross." He marie the announcement before news of Stevenson's mention of specific dates reached him. Later kefauver's Florida man-1 ager said his candidate would not debate on the 20th or 27th because! "the people of Florida are church- j going people and Sunday is no time to hold a political debate." Attacking the GOP en another front, Chairman Butler told a South Bend, Ind., audience la^' night that Republicans like Eisenhower because the party favor;, an "enfeebled presidential leader ship." •' | Butler said the GOP has hadi no IO DrPeper the friendly "PEPPER UPPER" GOP i Continued from Page 1) November presidential election. "Will Help Party" "In my opinion the veto will help the Republican party," he said. He added he thinks Eisenhower's proposal for new soil bank legislation —which Congress may not pass- and for price support increases "will take care of the economic picture quite well" in the farm 1 areas. Dissents to the veto action ap. peared to be limited among the! Republicans to states in the Mid-! west tier which depend largely onj one crop. GOP workers from i states where diversified fanning, is the rule voiced no public complaints. Files for Assembly PARAOOULD. Ark. «l _ Mack West of Parn/rould, an implement dealer and a member ot the State Parole Board, has announced as a candidate for state senator from the 23rd District, composed of Greene and Glay Counties. The incumbent is W. J. Hurst of Recior, who has not filed /or re- nomination. "an historical . . . disaffection foi • chief executives who lead, urge, and advocate." He said. -Inertia 1 :'nd motliocrity have replaced ac-i lion mid mastery , in "he White i House." why SWOON in June?. And why low sales every «unv raw? G-E Air CondJUoctaf pays for Itself in Increased businew! • Oukle md *wy • O.E.'t uniqw* • (•rolion lyiltm noli in MW Wan. • Ttrmi I* ivh y*«r Phone for FREE SURVEY. 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