The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1955 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 21, 1955
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PAGE TEN BLYTHE vn.I.E (ARK.1 COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1055 Government Says Electrical Union Red Dominated Obituary Mamie B Odlcy Services to be Here Thursday Sen-ices for Mrs. Mamie Blythe Odicy. 46, who died suddenly Mon- WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department says the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America . (UE) is "under the domination and control of members of, day at hcr^o™ ,n u™,^ Communist organizations. ,, ral Sl , rv j cc chapel here nt w.w " ~~The department leveled this ' a.m. tomorrow. charge yesterday in asking the The Rev. Harold Eggcnsperger, j subversive Activities C o n t r o | pastor of First Methodist Church, i Board iSACB' lr> label the UE as will officiate and will be assisted bv | a Comim!ni.''u-i!ifil;rated labor un-| the Rev. Mitchell Sanford. pastor of ' ton. llie UE was ousted from UieJLake Street Methodist Church, and CIO six years ago on similar! tj le Hev. E. K. Latimer, former pas- "i-ounds. Many of UE's 100,000. tor ol Christian Church here, members have been working on. Burial will be In Maple Grove defense orders [ Cemetery. If the SACB should asree toi .\ Ir5 . cxitey. daughter of Mrs: Vlr- brand !he UE as Red-inn!tmeil,| gj , R Gmnf an(i , he ]a , e H T . the independent union would lose; B [ ythe j,. an(i granddaughter ol all standing and rights before me B! j. [hevil i e ' S founder, the late Rev. National Labor Relations Board| H - T nlylhe . was a natlv e of Bly- 'NLRBi. i thcville. having lived here until Albert J. Filzserald. president i Ht , out jgjo of the UE. said in New York that' Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotfbn (12:30 quctationsl Mar ...... 3382 3383 3376 May ........ 3286 July .. 3150 Oct . 2994 Thome First State Office Candidate LITTLK ROCK <ff\ — Harve Thome, former sepnker oJ the Arkansas House, said today he would enter the Democratic primary race for state attorney general next year on a pro-soiree a lion platform. Thome. :>.u'.v iin attorney for the .sia'.p Lar.ri Commission, is the first candidate for state office to announce. Attv Gen. Tom Gentry has not said whether ne will seek another term. Gentry has been rumored as a candidate'for governor. Thome was speaker of the Arkansas House in 1935. A native of Poinsett County, lie attended the Unl- versnv of Arkansas and later was .superintendent of Poinsdt, Comity schools. He was secretary of the county Demoiratic Central Commit tee !0 years- 3289 3150 2994 3280 3138 2984 3382; 3288 3147: 2991 i ' Solon Requests Counterpart Currency Probe WASHINGTON ..-Ft -- The State Department has received nn informal riTiuest to furmsli Congress a detailed report on bo\v much counterpart riirri'iicy was spent this year by ir.r.Tliim legislators. | CounieriJiirt c-urrrncy Is foreign' mor.ev received in exchange f*> r Amer'c-:in aid to other c^mtries. Under the huv v. is available to pay expen.M'.s of coii^iTSsme-n on official trips abroad, and lor oilier! purp.'x's. I Ch.i-.'iwi Burlesoa D-Tex of the ] Housf Aciin.inistraiion Committee • said :odny he has asked the depart- j men:, as custodian of coinKerpart| lands. 10 furnish details *.i how: mu<-:; It u-ave to members o; Con-j gress thip year. More than 200 con- ) •gressir.en '-vent abroad during the 1 summer and fall. FORD McKay Hints. Of Retirement (Continued from Page 1) HONOLULU Wi—Interior Secre- The listing of Ford's profits In! lary Douclns McKay said last nlRht the first nine montlia of 1955 as! he would like to retire next year S5.85 a share was based on both: and "take it easy in places like classes of common stock. It took Oregon mid Hawaii." McKay talked to New Orleans Cotton Mar 3377 3385 3377 May 3235 3287 32B3 July 3145 3147 Oot 2990 2990 2987 2987 Chicago Wheat Mar .... 308 ! i 208", May ...'. 203Va 204" 3 Chicago Corn Her .... 128% 129% 128% May .... 132 132% -131% ! Atty. Gen. Brownell's "accusations ! against us ar' lies." 3383! Fitzgerald called Brownell a 32871 "strikebreaker" because he said 3145 3147 i the action against UE came "at a 20T' B 204 3 ii 129", 132% Chicago Soybeans Jan Mar . May . July . 237 238'! .. 240% 342 .. 24014 242H .. 33TA 239>/< 237 V 240'A 240V, 23T/ 2 242 242 239'.4 New York Stocks ery time our union is engaged a bitter, strike against the attempt o: the Westinghouse Electric Corp. to slash wages and undermine union conditions of all its employes." UE and the APL-CIO International Union of Electrical Workers HUE") have been on strike against Westinghouse since October in a wage dispute. 180 Ib up steady to weak with Tuesday's averages; instances 1015 lower; lighter weights 25-50; sows steady; spots 25 lower; bulk She was married to Dr. Ralph L j Otlley of Lexington. i Services were conducted for Mrs. Odley at I p.m. yesterday at Mil- wards Funeral Home in Lexington before her body was brought here. for burial. ; Pallbearers will be Charles Rob-; inson, Metvin Speck, Omar Greene, all of Osceola, Dan Hamner of j Memphis, Harrell Davis and A. H. Wallace, both of Blytheville. | Mrs. Glide Casey Rites Are Held STEELE — Funeral services for mostly 1 and 2 grade 190-220 Ib , . _ , 7R , fi or uniform under 215 Ib 11.75: * T a ^l T , n II ,1i mixed grade 230-270 Ib 10.00-11.25; Amer TobaCCO /y 1-* | n ^ n , ltic ° lu oociftnn- i^n T?n Ih Anaconda Copper 70 3-4 Beth Steel 163 1-2 Chrysler 38 Coca-Cola 126 Gen Electric 55 Gen Motors *5 !-•* Montgomery Ward 95 N Y Central ** Int Harvester 36 7-8 Southern Pacific 56 Republic Steel 48 3-4 Radio 45 3-4 Socony Vacuum 62 Studebaker 10 1-2 Standard of N J 151 1-2 Texas Corp 1183-4 6CELT8 ^ 1"8 U S Steel 81 7-8 mixed U. S. 1, 2 and 3 180-230 lb: Mrs Glide Casey were held from 11.00-65; several hundred head the Church of Christ this week at Marines Are Here For January U. S. Marine Corps has opened a recruiting office in City Hall which will remain staffed during the tr.o.'Uh of January. Trch. Sgt. Herbert C. McBrlde Is in charge. Purpo?e of the temporary office is to enlist men in the Arkansas Traveler's Platoon, a unit to consist of 75 young men from this area. Cov. Faubus will present. the unit an Arkansas State flag which will be carried by the platoon while undergoing basic training. Men between the ages of 17 and 35 interested in joining have been asked to contact, McBride in the Navy recruiting office Monday through Friday mornings. I 270-325 Ib 9.25-10.00; 140-170 Ib 10.25-11.00; sows 450 Ib down 8.50900: heavier sows 8.00-25; boars over 250 Ib 5.50-7.00; lighter weights to 7.50; few 8.00. Cattle 2,000; calves 500; opening about steady on steers; low choice 19.00; mixed commercial and good 14.50-16.00; largely small lots com- Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (ft— (USDA) — Hogs 9,500; trading fairly active; barrows and gilts heifers and 5 17.00; cows 3 p.m.. conducted by Thos. C. Whitficld, her former pastor, assisted by C. A. Lyles, pastor. Mrs. Casey, at the age of 75. died Thursday night. She was born I at Newbern. Tenn. ' Coming to Pemlscot County In 1904 with her husband, the late E. Casey Nine, they Tyler resided at NumSer and Cooler before coming to Steele in 1918. Mr. Casey was a merchant, jeweler and undertaker. His death occurred in 1936 as the result of an automobile mercial and good mixed yearlings 14.--„ -- - .... — _- -active: opening sales fully steady] accident, about 30 miles of here on! to strong; utility and commercial; u.^g. Highway 61. 10.00-11.50; canners and cutters 7.00-9.50; stronc cutters 10.00; bulls unchanged with 12.00-14.00 taking utility and commercial; canners and cutters 9.00-11.50; vealers steady; good and choice 20.00. She is survived by two sons. Vernon of St. Louis, and Nelson of I " Memphis, and a daughter, Miss Vallle of Steele. Surviving also Is one brother, O. L. Rogers of Clarksville, Ti Cities Abandon Phone Rate Fight LITTLE ROCK iVPi—Seventy-sev- en Arkansas cities have given up their fight against a rate increase granted two years ago to Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., and the company in turn dropped it* attempt to get an even larger boost. Pulaski Circuit Judge J. Mltche- Cockrell yesterday dismissed appeals of the state Public Service Commission's decision after attorneys for the firm and the protestants asked him to affirm the order .- u. u. nugt-ia ui uicitiw>viuc, J.GHH., 2o.OO; high choice and prime 27.00- four grandchildren and one great 130.00; commercial tind good 15. 00-j grandchild. 20.00; slaughter calves continued . slow; commercial and good 13.0017.00. Burial w'as in Mt. Zion Cemetery with the German Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. Elected at MSC Miss Marjorie Dougherty, sophomore at Mississippi Southern College, has been elected corresponding secretary of Delta Delta Delta, national sorority. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Dougherty, ot Blythevlllt. New Thunderbird Styling Ford's new Fairlane Victoria, like all '56 Fords, is truly the "kissin 1 cousin" of the fabulous l,,i,Mn.|h,-.r<wil ThiMi'lerliird. You can get it on a Quick Turnover deal! Our quicker turnover means a better deal for you a '56 FORD Israel, Egypt- Swap Charges Of Violations | JERUSALEM lift — Israel and I Egypt each charged the other's \ aircraft today with trespassing. An Israeli military spokesman two Egyptian jets flew over Israel's territory in the El Atlja- Nizana area both today and yesterday. The uhines citd not attaek. In Egyptian-held Gaza an Egyp- | fcian army spokesman charged j three Israeli planes flew over the southern part of the Gaza Strip yesterday. He said h,eavy antiaircraft fire drove them off account of stock splits in connection with the public offerir... This is a 15-lor-l split of class; Pan American turned into the black in 1947 with a easy." profit of SI.19. $3.70 Earnings Per share earnings In the first] nine months of 1954 amounted toj S3.70 compared with the $5.85 inj the same period this year. Earn-i ings for other years, all calculated on the basis of tl.e new stock split, | included: i 1954 i entire veart $4.31; 1953, S3.14; 1952 $2.21; 1951 52.39; 1950! $4.93: 1949 S3.35; and 1948 S1.82.1 After the stock sale, the Ford: family will have total voting power! of 40 per cent but will actually The publicly sold shares will command one vote a share. Thei voting strength of the family-held ( shares will be raised arbitrarily so; that the family wields a 40 per; cent voting strength—sufficient, for[ all practical purposes, to control; the management of the company ] The principal family stockholders! were disclosed to be Henry Fordj II, president of the corporation.! who will have 6.7 per cent of the; voting power; and Benson Ford:| Josephine Ford Ford, daughter of' the founder's son Edsel; Eleanor; Clay Ford, widow of Edsel; and plane newsmen Just Wlfe I6fl b> ' for Portland EDEN (Continued from Page 1) said the widespread shifts may "start,le Parliament" but that the changes "will go far to strengthen the government." Displeased Lord Beavorbrook's Independent -z William Clay Ford, grandson of the founder. The influential. Conservativ Financial Tims said that Macmlllan "will have to maintain for himself the foreign confidence which Mr. ~ do- e lounder. , ^ established." It d The Ford company, founded in ',"' ' . , ,, v ,. n , n e e iior' 903 with $28.000 in cafh. has beeuj fl»'«l 'h»t ^[Hcuft on"e " family affair since 1919. when the '",,*':,.".„ ,. But , er Macmlllan lder Henry Ford bought out his ' ™ 1903 a . elder Henry Ford bought out his . n original partners. Not since hat, e a ' , ,„ Mac . time has the company disclosed its 'nei' "' , h , js(er ( , fmancial affairs. It is known, how- Lfod o me mini I e. u ever, that the original S28.000 has , . grown in worth to more than two sub-Cabinet post), who was raised Labor minister, and the Earl ; i of Selkirk, who replaced Viscount Billions. . i Woo![on _ 12-vear-old former head Jan 18 has been set as Iht; tenta-l ™™™ mfel . va , ive P arty>organ!z«. live date for the p bhc sale of n _ |n ||)e catch . all posv o( •h" rnarket not C by the PordMolori Chancellor of the Duchy of Lan- Co., but by the Ford Foundation.! caster. the philanthropic trust set up in; shLfofT' IT M^'cM Living Cost Up nevertheless, although none of thej , money realized will S o to the firm Present sloe-Minders—the Fords, key officials and the foundation- WASHINGTON Wi—Living costs rose' slightly—1/10 of 1 per cent^between O.-tober and November, the liit ,„„„„. . stand'lo'"make a handsome paper Labor Department reported today, profit, however, because sale of j The take-home pay of tactory work- the shares will establish a market, ers set a new record high, price for their own holdings. The Bureau qt Labor Statistics The foundation says it is selling: reported that November marked the shares because it wants to the third consecutive month in diversify its investments, now a!-; which take-home pay reached l most entirely Ford stock. 'new record. We Ford Dealers sell more oars. /-v-w-k That means you get more: More V/XJ- ior your oW car . . . and more car in a new '56 Ford at a rock-bollom cost! It's true! We're selling fords at the fastest rale in our history. And that means we can allow you far more on your old car, big savings—Quick Turnover savings—on a brand-new '56 Ford. So come in loday and make sure you get your/i/// year's worth of Ford's worth-more '56 features. For right now you ran enjoy an early-season pick —at lalc-Musnn prices! New Lifeguard Design . drcp-cent«r sti-erinR whrd, douhle- grip rl<>or lockt, ihattar.rcMflUnt reflr-vi«w mirror, optional *f;it twits • nd padding for the Mm visors anii instrument panrl —will crrlainly make you ff I safer whenever and wherever you drivel New Tlninrlerbird Y-8 power T.ikft advanucr of our Quick Turnover cle.ilinfl note. Make sure you gel your full year's world of driving Ford's new Thumler- bird I'-fl engine—tlie same power plant that won such fnme for the Thnnderhird. Tin's engine innins quicker, easier passing — from quieter power, thanks to its ex;ra- dtr|> Y-lilock. And. say, there's no extra charge for this Y 8 rilher'-lnr it's the jMmfarrf eight in all Fnirlanc ami Station Wagon moddsl TERRIFIC SELECTIONS Shop GUARD'S For the most Famous names In Jewelry 6 Diamond Duo '&f Fiery Diamonds Brilliant diamonds in Intricate mounting. 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