The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1956 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 19, 1956
Page 6
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PACE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRTL 19, 19M Commodity And Stock Markets- NiW York Cotton Mar .... Oct Dec Mar May July Oct 3230 3230 3215 3220 . 3571 3572 3560 3568 . 3297 3297 3275 3286 3315 3216 3203 3209 3224 3225 3208 3216 New Orleans Cotton 3212 3221 3212 3217 3554 3569 3554 3569 3295 3296 3271 3290 3212 3212 3198 3207 Obituary Deo '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 3222 3222 3208 3215 Chicago Wheat May .... 237V 4 238H 231 237% July .... 209 210>4 208% 209y a Sep .... 210',i 212V4 210 1 ;, 211% Chicago Corn May....l48yj 150'A 148" 4 15014 July .... 152% 154% 152'.; 154!', Sep .... 152 154 151% 153% Chicago Soybeans May .... 293 298% 293 29714 July 296V 4 302 296V4 301 Sep .... 258 261 257% 259% New York Stocks A T and T 181 1-4 Amer Tobacco S! 7-8 Anaconda Copper 75 5-3 Beth Steel 162 3-8 Chrysler ™ 3 " 4 Coca-Cola 1-3 Gsn Electric 60 I- 2 Gen Motors . 44 5-8 Montgomery Ward 94 1-8 N Y Central « '-"I Int Harvester 35 1-8 Republic Steel 493-8 Radio « 1-2 Socony Vacuum 75 1-2 Standard of N J 59 Sears 325-3 U S Steel 60 7-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI., tf>—DSDA—Hogs 11,500; higher; bulk mixed TJ. S. Nos. 1, 2 and 3, 180-240 Ib 14.85-15.10;. few lots 15.15, several 100 head Nos. 1 and 2, 15.26-35; about 400 head mostly No. 1, few No. 2, around 190-225 Ib 15.50; mixed grade 250-270 Ib 14.60-85; 150-170 Ib 13.75-14.50; 120140 Ib 12.25-13.50; sows 400 Ib down 12.75-13.50; heavier sows 11.75- P. E. Holder Rites Tomorrow Services for prentls Erwn Holdei will be conducted at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon at Cobb Funeral Home chapel, the Rev. Harvey Kldd, First Presbyterian Church pastor, officiating, Born in Otwell, !:id., Mr. Holder died at three o'clock this morning in Chickasawba Hospital. He had been 111 about eight months and was 49 years old. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Alva Lee Holder; a son, Prentls Edward; mother, Mrs. C. H. Holder, all of Blytheville; a brother, R. L. Holder of Helena; two slswrs from Blytheville, Mrs. Grace Panbefucr and Mrs. Grace Besharse, and a granddaughter. Pallbearers are W. P. McDanlel, John Holland. George Sujwart, Silas Escue. Bonard Lanier and James Manley. Honorary pallbearers are Bill Taylor. Fowler Cooper, Charlie Manley, Robert DIckson, Tollie Caldwell, J.lelvin Wagner, Dick Curry and W. A. Dobyns. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Leachville Former Dies Services for John Francis Hill, 68, who died Tuesday night at his home near Leachville, will be conducted at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at Happy Corner Assembly of God Church, the Rev. Thomas Stoker officiating, assisted by the Rev. Roy !2.50; boars 7.75-9.00. Cattle 2,000, calves 700; general ly steady all classes; individual head choice yearling steers 19.5020.00; load choice long yearling steers 19.50; few lots good 17.0013.00; good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 16.50-18.25; commercial and low good 14.00-16.00; cows active; utility and commercial 12.00-13.50; individual hend to 14.00; canners and cutters 9.0012.00; bulls unchanged; utility and commercial 13.00-16.00; canner and cutter bulls 10.00-12.50; vetil- ers and calves firm; choice to prime vealers 20.00-24.00; good and choice 15.00-20.00 with culls down to 9.00. YOUNGSTERS (Continued from Page 1) a Greyhound trip before. Mrs. Dale Briggs, Mrs, Olean Wright, Mrs. B. P. Brogdon and Mrs. Harvey Kidd are the mothers who will accompany them. Previewing the sightseeing events one day this week, Mrs. Frank asked the children what they would do first upon their arrival. A cadly-chubby boy sang out: "We eat!" Actually the itinerary for both groups goes something like this: a "live" television show, Court Square, new library in Richmond Heights, lunch at the zoo, the Pink Palace museum. Mrs. Frank thinks the library visit will be a standout attraction for her students. They'll see how books are made, how newspapers are put on microfilm. "Most of these youngsters have never been inside a big library before." * * * DINNER is to be eaten at Brit- iling's Cafeteria. Although they'll be supervised, the children will be allowed to select their own meals. Afterwards the party will view the big stores and shops along Main Street, then take in a movie. By that time Mrs. Frank, Miss V/ilson and the mothers should have a heavy weight of tired, sleepy children on their hands. But that's jumping the gun. So the long-awaited moment is just hours away for the sixth-grade students now. Everything is all set. Miss Wilson summed up the final Anderson. Born in Sharp County, Ark., Mr. Hill was a farmer in the Leachville area for 20 years. Survivors are his wife, Mrs.'Arnie Hill; three EOHS, Lawrence of Monticello, Leonard and Jackie of Leachville; four (laughters, Mrs. Leorm Ynt?s and Mrs. Leatha Yates of Hardy; Mrs. Kathleen Frey of para- gould and Mrs. Lawrence Ledford of Glenn, Mich.; a brother, Ernest Hill of paragould. Also surviving are six sisters. Mrs. Jessee Eldridge, Leachville; Mrs Lona Lofton, Cardwell, Mo.; Mrs. Viola Richardson, Paragould; Mrs. Elolse Rader, Williford, Mrs. Alice Booth, Williford; and Mrs. Virgie Hill, Oakland, Calif.; and 27 grandchildren. Burial, with Howard Funeral Service of Leachville in charge, will be in Brown Chapel Cemetery in Leachville. Yugoslavia Hails Dissolving Of Red Cominform BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (^—Yugoslavia said today she is glad the Soviet Union has dissolved the Cominform, but she doesn't exactly like the way it was done. Specifically, said the mayor Communist newspaper Borba, Yugoslavia was displeased by the fact that the announcement two days ago of the dissolution was accompanied by praise of the Cominform's "positive work. Yugoslavia long had called for a end to the Cominform, the Red "in formation bureau" founded afte World War II with the aim of pro moting world communism. Yugo slavfa was'expelled from the Com inform after President Tito brok with Stalin. The organization lat er repeatedly attacked the Yugo slav president. Steele FFA Lads To State Meeting STEELE — Future Farmers o America chapter of Steele sent ten members to Columbia today t participate in the 23th annual state FPA convention. About 1,500 FPA members from schools throughout the state are ex pected to attend the three-day event Louis Riddick and Rex Beedini are tfiicial delegates from Steele' chapter. Bethel Is Host To Convention Rev. D. P. Talbott, returned mis sionary from South America, wil be guest speaker at Bethel AME Church at First and Coleridge Sunday at 7 p.m. His talk will climax the Jones boro AME district conference which opened at Bethel AME Church yes terday with Rev. E. O. Croft of OS ceola presiding. With The Courts CIRCUIT F. L. Reagon vs. J. W. Richard son, suit on note. lu'sh for the entire party. "I cer tainly hope it doesn't rain," sh said- Dorit letlShrinking Horsepower" put a drag on your engine Get the gasoline that burns clean' 1 PROOF: See how the asbestos glove, on the left in the picture, is smudged by the "dirty- burning tail-end" of gasoline . . . while NO- NOX leaves the gloveon the right dean. That's because Gulf, refines out the "cupful of t»u- ble"—the "dirty-burning tail-end"—from every gallon, in making NO-NOX. GutfNo-Nox dean-burning... plus .• Behest Octane you can buy S.E. TUNE, Distributor GULF REFINING CO. PRODUCTS Tires, Batteries and Accessories PH. 3-3251 RUSSIAN (Continued from Page 1) Included such problems as Ger man reunification, disarmament and the Middle East. Diplomatic sources said Eden will ask the Red leaders to lower the Iron Cur tain and stop undermining pe?* in Asia and the Middle East. These sources said Eden will demand an end to indiscriminate arms sales to the Middle East and an outline of how I'ar Russia will go in her offer to support U.N. efforts for a peace settlement in that area. They said he also will ask the Soviets to join in a foolproof system of Inspection and control for nuclear and conventional weapons. On the question of German unification and European security, they said he will tell Russia the West has no new proposals and intends to stand on policies outlined in last year's Big Pour meeting of foreign ministers. Greeting Bulganin and Khrushchev on their arrival yesterday, Eden emphasized that Britain seeks serious talks with them on international problems. In reply, Bulganin declared the "Soviet government seeks to have friendly relations with Britain as well as the United States, France and other countri' ;." Toured Ixmdon Shortly after their arrival, Bul- ganin and Khrushchev were escorted on a tour of London's traditional tourist sights. They dined last night with Eden and Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd at Clar- idges, the luxury hotel where the Russians are occupying second- floor royal suites. The general cool public reaction accorded Bulganin and Khrushchev when they landed at Portsmouth yesterday and later when they reached London was matched by their treatment in London newspapers today. Resentment against police zeal in-guarding the Sybil Noble Has Public Relations Job Mrs. Sybil Noble, formerly of this city, has been named director of public relations for Port Paradise Hotel and Villas at Crystal River, Fla. Mrs. Noble moved from here recently. Snake Bite Fatal WILMOT. Ark. <&)— Two -year- old Rodney Austin Bordeaux died at a Monroe, La., hospital Tuesday after having been bitten by a snake in the yard of his parents' home in this south Arkansas town last week. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bordeaux. Let if Be Known HARRISBURG, Pa, w>i — Adlai Stevenson says the United, States should "make it clear to the Arabs that Israel is here to stay." Stevenson made his statement last night in a rally at Pittsburgh as he carried his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination into Pennsylvania. visitors and keeping crowds of onlookers under control seemed to be widespread. Morning newspapers gave reams of space to the visit and published a total of 52 photographs oi' the two Russians. The news columns played it straight for the most part, but here and there hostile overtones cropped out. Comment on the security measures and police conduct also was prominent. Editorial page comment- was high in skepticism that the visit- so highly ballyhooed by the Russians—would go very far toward easing tension between the Communist and Western worlds. North Little Rock Gets Industry NORTH LITTLE ROCK WJ — A plant to manufacture wall hardboard from pulp wood will be located near here, Robert L. Hardy said yesterday. Hardy, president of Hardy & Co. of Little Rock, said the firm will start construction of the plant soon. He said the plant will operate 24 hours a day with three shifts of 30 employes each. The company will use both hardwood pulp and pine timber, he said. Hardy said the plant will be located on Highway 30 near the Pine Bluff-Little Rock line of Cotton Belt railroad. Big Monaco Robbery MONTE CARLO, Monaco <& — Monaco's third—and biggest—robbery of the weeklong wedding celebration for Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III was announced today. Police said five rare paintings valued at more than $95,000 were stolen yesterday afternoon from the home of Dr. S. Mikhaelos, a wealthy resident of the principality. J FARM (Continued from Page 1) added. . The flexible support law au- t orizes floors for the basic crops —cotton, wheat, corn rice and peanuts—between 75 and 90 per cent of parity but the President, in his veto message, set an administrative minimum of 82.5 per cent for this years crops. Negro Deaths Annie Griffin Services for Annie Griffin, 75, who died Tuesday at the Keith Street home of her niece, Lilll Berry, will be conducted at 12:30 Friday afternoon at Caston Funeral HomB chapel. Rev. T. F. Conner officiating. 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