The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1953 · Page 8
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EEN Bl-YTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE », 1951 Cooperation with U. S. Is Pledged by Rhee of M.tOO prisoners In Allied hands who refuse to return to their Communist homelands. Authoritative ROK sources already have disclosed some main point* of the secret U. N. proposal. The sources said the proposal Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Open High Low Close July 3357 3364 3351 3363 Oct 3367 3375 3363 337' Deo 3371 3378 3367 3380 Mch 3376 3383 3373 3383 May 3377 3375 3377 3386 New Orleans Cotton Open High Low Close July ., Oct ........ Dec ........ Mch ........ May ........ Soybeans Sep Nov Jan 3349 3362 3374 3374 3374 3359 3371 3383 3383 3382 3345 3358 3375 3374 3374 3367 3372 3375 3383 3381 High 287'i 272 « 264'.i 267 a Chicago Corn High Jly 155% Sep 152 Low 284 »i 269'i Low 153 149 W Close 286 271 ; 263 266 Ctos 154 151 Chicago Wheat High Low Clos Jly 20454 201 202 Sep 207% 20454 205! New York Stocks A T and T 154? Amer Tobacco 71 Anaconda Copper 37 Beth Steel 50 3 , Chrysler 74 li Coca-Cola 115'/' Gen Electrio 7<P, Gen Motors 60' Montgomery Ward 5!)' N Y Central 23'. Int Harvester 29'a J C Penney 71 Republic Steel 48 .. Radio 24'^ Socony Vacuum 33-% Studebaker 33' B Standard of N J 691 j Texas Corp 52 Sears 5gi;, U S Steel ." 38'., Sou Pac 44 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111 HI—(DSDA)—Hogs 8,500; moderately active; weights 180 Ibs up 40 to 50 lower than Monday's average; lighter weights and sows 25 to 50 lower; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs 25.85-26.00; several loads mostly choice Nos. 1 and 2 26.10; about 35 head choice fro. 1 26.25; most 240270 Ibs 25.10-75; 150-170 Ibs 24 2525.75; 120-140 Ibs 21.25-23.50; sows 400 Ibs down 22.75-23.75, moslly 23.00 up; heavier sows mostly 21.00-22.75: boars 15.50-18.00. Cattle 4,500; calves 1,400 steers and heifers opening slow; few initial sales good and choice kinds steady at 20.00-22.15; cows active and strong to unevenly higher; utility and commercial cows 11 0014.00. Insurance Men Install Officers New officers of the Life Underwriters Association of Blytheville were Installed at a banquet Friday night at Hotel Noble. Taking office for one-yenr terms in the organization, which is affiliated with state and national underwritters associations, were O W. Lewis, president; E. S. Moore j vice president: John M. Duncen' secretary treasure; and board of directors' members, H. L. Halscll. J. A. Bryant, Lynn Brown and J. P. Rizemore. Lighf Amplifier Sought by RCA NEW YORK MV-A problem before electronic engineers at the RCA laboratories is the development of a true amplifier of light. At present the method is to convert light first to electricity amplify it, then turn it back to light Engineers say this is the reason for many of today's complications in television. They hope some day to find a way to create a device that will make tt really possible to amplify light directly. ^ Guaranteed Wafch Repair Special your watch is disassembled, cleaned, pivots polished and hair-spring ad- lusted. Chronographs and automatics not Included, 3 Day Service Thompson Credit JEWELER JTtlt Door to Wade Fnrn. would: 1. Turn over to a neutral commission all 48.500 balky Chinese and North Korean captives. 2. Turn over to a post-war political conference and ultimately the U. N. General Assembly prisoners fitill "reluctant" to return to their homelands after the Communists have had a chance to make "explanations" and "remove their fears." 3. Provide that India supply 1,000 troops to guard the prisoners while the neutral commission acts. Pyun said ROK troops would prevent Indian troops from landing. "If they wish to," Pyun said Monday after a ROK crisis cabinet session "they (Indian troops) will have to fight their way into the country. Pyun considers India sympathetic to the Reds. Rhee made his remarks today to newsmen while attending a British Commonwealth Division parade in honor of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth. His appearance came as somewhat of a surprise to foreign observers, who noted Rhee's government leaders have blasted Brl- .aln for playing a part in drawing ip the latest Allied peace proposal. LITTLC LIZ— ., Lofs of girls con break a date by going out with him. *N(A» William WaJden Dies in Missouri Services for William Walden of :analou, Mo,, father of Mrs. Irene Scruggs and brother at John Walden of Blythevillp. \vil] be conducted at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Cobb Funprui Home Chapel by the Rev. James Rainwater, pn.-tor of First ' IJ,,_(__.- J / c Christian church. < Husband of Former Mr. Walden. who was 71. died in i Resident Saved after £!?!?1 N E CRAWL-The combat infantryman's crawl, a snake- maneuver that keeps a man close to the Men Listed Incorrectly In Draft Board Report Three Mississippi County men, inducted into the Armed Forces last week, were incorrectly identified by the draft board as Negroes In Thursday's report, hey were Aubrey Joe Appling, Ricky Lane and William Blythe Chriswell. Animal experimentation is essential to modern medicine since an understanding of life can come only through observing living things. here. Other survivors inc-lnde his wife, I sons, Earl Walden of Jonesboro and Charles Waldcu of Canalou; two brothers, Melt Walden and Jess Walden of East. Prairie, Mo.; and two sisters. Mrs. Dora Staf;g of I Michigan and Mrs. Grace Watson of Tallulah, La. Former Resident Dies at Piggott Services were conducted at Pig-! gotUSunday for Fred Yow, former Blythcville resident who died at j his home there Friday night. Mr. Yow was the uncle of Mrs. Frank Wolsey of Blytheville. Husband or a former Blyiheville woman twice was pulled from the Jaws of death in a Compton, Calif., hospital recently. John Ford. 43 ,was undergoing a spine operation when his iieart stopped beating. Twice, with no perceptible heartbeat, doctors stopped the operation to massage and deliver stimulants to his heart muscles. Both times they managed to start it beating. Mr. Ford's wife Is the former Alaska Statehood Bill Is Approved WASHINGTON ifi — The House Interior Committee today approved a bill to grant statehood to Alaska. Nineteen members voted for the bill, four against it. In the Senate the Alaskan statehood proposal has been combined with a Hawaiian statehood mea- ure. The shifting curtains of light • ••• . i KJ w a n lie la LUC iUl UICI , *-• "• "O — • Miss Freda Mae Banks of Blythe- 1 that s ' reak tn = Polar skies have villc. She was man-led in 1944. • ljoen made to Slow artificially in Sanders Serving On Team Studying State Education C. Franklin Sanders, superintendent of Osceola schools, yesterday drew a one-year term as member of a 30-member team of educators set up to study Arkansas education. The group, organized last month to study state school problems and make recommendations, held its first meeting in Little Eock yesterday. Members of the team drew lots for staggered terms. One-year Fayettevllle; B. H. Cole. Magnolia; H. P. Dial, Pine terms included: Virgil Blossom, Bluff: Hays Gibson; Conway; Austin W. Glenn, Cave City; L. D. money but by contributing advanced technical knowledge about transport, communication, fertilization and the use of water for Irrigation." 3. To reassure Arabs, It must be made clear that the Eisenhower administration stands firmly behind the 1950 declaration that the U. S.. Britain and France will not permit any violation of frontiers or armistice lines by either Israel or the Arab states. The U. S. will use appropriate means to reduce tension. 4- It is up to the countries involved to promote a Middle East defense organization, "a future ... possibility" and meantime the U. S. can help strengthen the interrelated defenses of those countries which want strength. —.,, _. „. °uUes said his conferences with Goff, Jonesboro; J. O. Hobgood. Gen - Na Euib in Egypt convinced Smackover'; J. L. Holt, Camden; c. nim tne E Byptian quarrel with C. Hunnicutt, Bald Knob; James .i.\^^== — — Jones, Hope; W. M. Locke, Texarkana; Sid :B. Walker, Clinton; Van Williams, Magnolia; and Earl Willis, Monticello. Two-year terms: R. E. Baker Dardanelle; V. L. Boren, Morrilon: G. P. Castleberry, Newport; Dunn, Pulaski County; S. L. Kirksey, Rogers; Eugene Lee, larksville; G. H. Moore. Bates- Ulle; James C. Perry, Holly Grove; b. H. Polk, West Memphis; J. W Ramsey, Ft. Smith; M. H. Russell, Lake Village; L. R. Sawyer, Waldron; R. L. Smith, Harrison; Wayne White, Siloam Springs, and A. L iVhitten, Marianna. Britain over the Suei tren c« n i settled. The same Is true, he said, » the bitter dtepute between and Pakistan over Klshmir. DRAFT (Continued from Page 1) Hollingsworth, both of Fayettevii: Ark.; Joe Craig Travis, Keiser; cu Milburn Jones, Ray Wilburn Jone both of Dyess; Otto Eubanks, Rosi land; Joe Edward Stone, Edw Clarence Webb, both of Wilson; A #ie Newson, Tyronza; and Leonaj Clyde Welch, Rushville, Ind. Failing to report were Eugei Patterson of Vineland, N. J., He shel Lee Baker of Leachville ar Jimmie Will Jackson of Hayti. With the Courts CIRCUIT (Civil Division) Eugene Dobbins s. Austin Dobbins, to remove dis. bilities of a minor. (Criminal Division) M. F. Wheat ppeal from Municipal Court con-' iction of driving while intoxicat- d. They are the parents of five daughters. Her sister, Mrs. Curtis Hurst of Bellflower, Calif., reports that Mr. Ford is still in critical condition, having developed pneumonia. the laboratory by an atom-smashing machine that bombards the air with alpha particles or with hydrogen atoms stripped of their electrons. Read Courier News Classified Ads. DULLES (Continued from Page I) liberty. 2. The TJ. S. can help raise living standards "not with masse: More any true New FORD F-100 6Vi-ft. Pickup fahove) is America's No. 1 Eton- nmy Truck.' Also !•'-11)0 g-fi. I'ailel. fi'.-fl. Slakfi. O.V.W. 4.80(1 Ibs. All-ncw Kurd K-fi(IO sfakfi (ri B h() hmulirs o-ion p:ivloa«!s! Choir*; o/' V-8 or Six engine. G.V.W., Hi.OOU Ibs. (O.'di-u' C;il> shnwn.) NOW, 4 NEW FORD TRUCK LINES! Over 190 completely new models— from Pickups to 55,000-lb. G.CAV. giants—to give you the one right Ford Economy Truck for .your job! New iimc-souing features GET JOBS DONE FAST . . . features like the new Ford Dritxrized Cabs to cut driver fatigue with counter-shock scat snubbcr, 55% bigger one-piece windshield, <l-ft. rear window! Standard or Deluxe . . . with 16 "custom extras" at slight added cost... they're a truck driver's dream come true! Don't buy any new truck fill you've seen the new FORD Itonomy TRUCKS! Come in now.' New transmissions! NoW, Synchro-Silent standard on every Ford Truck model! 3-, 4- or 5-speed types! No "double-clutching!" New Overdrive and Fordomatfc (extra cost) available in all half-lonners! New 'shorter fuming! New set-bacic, wide- frock front axles give sharper turning angle—easier maneuvering and parking! New wide fronf-end frame and fender design gives easier service accessibility! New overhead-valva engines! The'tow- FRICTION Cost Clipper Six and two V-8's cut friction "power-waste," save gas! With famous Truck V-8 and Big Six, you con choose from 5 great engines! 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