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PAGETTO BLTTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRTL 20, 1958 Soviet Leaders And Eden Open Mid-East Talks Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Mar 3223 3223 3212 May 3512 July 3262 3515 3301 3569 3288 32191 (Continued from Page 1) East solution through the U.N. Khrushchev's forthright admission that there could be no real winner in an atomic world war came at a Soviet Embassy luncheon yesterday. Eden and olher British political leaders were present. Sensational Event By Soviet standards this was a sensational facing of the facts. The party line for home consump- Obituary Prentis Holder Services Today Services for Prentis Ervin Holder were to be conducted at 2 p.m. today at Cobb Funeral Home chapel by the Rev. Harvey Kldd. Mr. Holder died yesterday morning. He was 49. He leaves his wife. Mrs. Alma Lee Holder; his molher, Mrs. H. C. Holder: two si.sters, Mrs. Ruth Sandefur and Mrs. Grace Beshar.se; a son, Prentis Edward Holder; a brother, R. L. Holder, Helena, and one granddaughter. Burial was in Elmwood Cemetery. 35751 lion has always been that capir 3301.' talism alone—but not communism Oot 3215 3215 3204 32081 -would be crushed in any future Dec '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 3218 3218 3210 3215 —-' N«w Orlcani Cotton Mar 3222 3222 3220 3222 May 3572 3573 3572 3573 July 3293 3304 3288 3304 Oct 3213 3214 3206 3210 Dec 3212 3214 3212 3213 Chicago Wheat May .... 239 240 3 4 239!', 239'i July .... 212'', 214 212H 2123, Sep .... 215 215?', 214 214 !, z Chicago Corn May .... 152 152* 4 151 "2 151'h July ... 156«! 157", 155"z 155'i Sep .... 156 157C, 1555; 156 Chicago Soybean] May ... 300 204'.i 300 301 •<;, July .... 305 307", 304'4 306 Sep .... JM 266 263 264 New York Stocks global outbreak Tlie switch in the official line was not concealed from the Soviet people. Moscow radio carried Khrushchev's speech in full in )u home service newscast this morning. In his luncheon address, Khrushchev told the Britons: "You, gentlemen, do not like communism. We know this, and j we do not hide the fact that we) do not like capitalism, but we ! must live in peace. Of course, we i do,not demand any particular love i toward us. However, you cannot) 1 but recognize the fact that such aj •rest country as the Soviet Union exists. "Only One Way" "And this • country (Russia) ! wants peace and'not war. As the j saying 'joes, one must live not i ' only with the neighbors one chooses but with the ones God SOIL BANK (Continued trim Page 1) one means of reducing crop surpluses and raising farm Income Republicans, at Eisenhower's urging 1 , are now seeking new congressional authorization for the soil hank alone, without price support and other provisions of the omnibus bill to which Eisenhower objected. Money I-ast Congress normally passes a bill authorizing a program and then, in a separate appropriation bill, provides money lor it H.ll«k S.^^V Larence H. contended the authorization still- is needed, and challenged the propriety of the committee's recommending funds first. Stvere Quakes Rock Spain; 5 Killed, 100 Hurt GRANADA, Spain {#,—Granada Province la«t night suffered Its worst earthquakes since 1887. Five persons perished and nearly - 100 were injured in * «riei. of five tremors. Center of the shocks was in the nuusrra Elvira .about 20 miles v/est of the provincial capital. A cave there was reported to have erupted stones and flame. Worst damage was in the village of Alboloie, where two women and R child were killed and 85 per cent ol the buildings collapsed or suffered damage. The shock caused collapse of the Granada City hall. 3 Top Polish Officials Fired 4 Navy Airmen Die in Crash A T and T .... Amer Tobacco . Anaconda Coppc-r Chrysler Gen Electric . . Gen Motors ; Wnr offers no solution to East- 180 1-2 j W est differences, Khrushchev de- 8.1 5-8. c i ar ed. 77 5-81 "There is only one way out, ? 2 j peaceful coexistence," he nssert- 6: 3 ' 8 ;ed. "There is no other way out .... . 44 5-3; t _ Today, as a result oi the; N Y Central 41 3-4: development of technology, war Int Harvester 35 ! would be of benefit neither to one Republic Steel 48 7-Bj s jde nor the other. It can only Radio . , •• 46 5-8j bring colossal destruction." Socony Vacuum 75 1-uj The Russian visitors went to Standard of N J 59 1-4 j Eden's for dinner last night. Also Taxas Corp 130 3-4 -, attending were Sir Winston Sears • 32 5-tf{ Churchill and a number of other U S Steel 6° ^ Conservatives -and leaders of the opposition Labor party, including pni'ty chief Hugh Gnitskell. It was a private affair, but the Daily Mail said it learned Bul- ganin and rchrn^hchcv took aj "two - hour combined hummer-i ing" from Eden and Churchill—i (lie latter the coiner of the phrase "Iron Curtain." "It. is much too early (o I a Ik of spectacular success." the Mail's diplomatic expert wrote, "but I am authorilalively informer! the Russians showed signs of 'moving towards us on n number of problems affecting Anglo-Soviet relations and the broader problem of "It looks like the boys are get- ling a little excited," Halleck told a reporter. "However, we are going to continue to press our own drive for legislation to properly authorize the kind of a soil bank the President asked for." House leaders, meanwhile, called up the big monev bill for House action next Wednesday and predicted it would be passed. CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. Four Navy airmen were killed yesterday when a jet.trainer flown by a cadet on his first solo flight and a twin-engine plane collided over Corpus Christ!. T-.e Navy late yesterday identified the victims as Aviation Cadet R. G. Voigt. 21, Watseka, HI., who was flying the jet plane; LU (J.G.) Gregory Bernard. Corpus Christ! and Aviation Cadets John B. Page, Newell, Stafford, Kan. The bodies of the three men in the twin-engine SNB fell hundreds of yards apart as the aircraft disintegrated and the wreckage fell over a I'/a-mile area. The jet fuselage burned..near a highway. The student pilot was still strapped in the seat. The TV2 jet was stationed at Kingsville Naval Auxiliary Air Station. The SNB, stationed at Corpus Christ! Naval Air Station, was on a (mining flight from Dallas. After 12 Years Man Spits Up Bullet Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. UK— (USDAj— Hogs 10.500; higher; bulk mixed U. S. No 1, 2 and 3 180-250 Ib 15.25-50; 15.25 mostly freely paid price; several hundred head mostly No 1, few No 2, around 190-230 Ib 16.65-75; small numbers mixed grade 250-270 ib 14.75-15.25; mostly No 1 and 2 15.36; 150-170 Jb 14.00-75; 120-140 Ib 12.50-13.75; sows 400 Ib down 13.00-50; heavier sows 11.75-12.75; boars mostly 7.75-8.00; weights 250 Ib down up to 9.00. Cattle 500, calves 300; generally steady; largely commercial and good steers and heifers 15.0017.00; high good and choice lots 17.50-18.00; individual head heifers 18.50; cows utility and commercial cows 12.00-13.50; very few above 13.00; canners and cutters 9.0012.00; bulls utility and commercial 13.00-15.00; bulk choice vealers NEWPORT. Ark. tfl—When Cecil Bolls was wounded by a German bullet in 1044, he refused to permit Army doctors to remove it from his head, Medical officers warned him that the bullet, lodged behind hi.s nose, probably would move up or down. If it moved up. they said, it might reach his brain and prove fatal. The bullet wns \\' 2 Inches long. But it didn't move up. Bolls, a bottling company route-. mnn at this northeast Arkansas gram in motion. But Secretary town, spit out the bullet Saturday. LONDON W—Warsaw radio said today Poland's Red government has fired three top officials — two of whom starred for the prosecution in Polish purge trials. The broadoast identified the ousted officials as Prosecutor General Stefan Kalinowski, State Farms Minister Stanislaw Radkiewicr and Chief Military Prosecutor Gen. Stanislaw Zarakbwskl. The broadcast said there had been "distortions in the work of the military prosecutor's office" and "inadmissible .lack of supervision" over its investigations. The announcement said there had been "serious deficiencies" in Kallnowsfci's work in recent years, Tiiis was seen as a hint that some of the victims of the purge trials under his regime may be^restored to good standing. No reason was given for the firing fo Badkiewicz. DEMOCRATS (Continued from Page 1) Averell) Harriman said 'Go faster,' and Stevenson said, 'Let's talk about something else.' " Watkins fired his shafts at Truman—and Stevenson—in a Senate speech. He slated yesterday that both Democratic leaders have contended that under the Truman administration the national debt was reduced by 12 billion dollars, but that under the Eisenhower admin-: istration the debt has risen by the same amount. j "New Sunday Suit" ! "Harry Truman has been mak- 1 ing the same 'fnl.se statement ELS he eoes about the country trying to cover his tattered political record with a new Sunday suit," the Utah Republican said. In Congrss, Rep. Halleck of Indiana, assisant Republican House leader, said House Democrats are "getting a little excited" in trying to vote money for soil bunk payments before enacting separate legislation to authorize the program. Many Democrats have argued the administration has enough le- al Ruthority now to put. the pro- (Continued from Pafe 1) .if Gorl last month just as it has been in the past, they said. The only difference, they added, was that the *vreath-laying ceremonies and speeches praising Stalin drew larger crowds than usual. The anniversary went unnoticed In Moscow, This village itself Is dominated by an ancient , hilltop fortress bearing a big neon sign proclaim- ng 1 "Glory to the Great Stalin." The brick and piaster house where ic was born is enshrined by mar>le pillars. In the village's main plaza there is ft giant monument o Stalin, and smaller statues and busts are found in positions of hon- in every store and office and along the roadsides. Western corespondents drew a ilank, however, in attempts to East-West tension." 21.00-23.00; high choice nnd prime 24.00; good and choice Ifi.00-20.00; cull and commercial 9.00-15.. Greatest east-west distance across Texas is, 773 miles from Newton county to El Paso county. Best American Named NEW YORK in — "The Diary of i UA Participation Is Up 2,389 Agriculture Benson, w-ho denounced the Appropriations Committee action, said yesterday i' amounted to putting "the cart before the horse." Kefanver, who rounds out another hand-shaking and speaking stint in California today, is billed to make a speech on the farm, problem when he goes vote hunting in Oregon tomorrow. He will speak at Portland. FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. OR — About 20,500 students have participated in some form of educational activity fit the University of Arkan- Pln\y KJnmosJ sas durinp the current school year, f lUy llUmCU tnc registrar's office said yester-: Alarm a day. | , That's nn increase of about 2.S89 LOUISVILLE. KY. iJi — A quick Anne Frank has won the New ove r the previous year. The total includes 5.878 students In residence at Fayetteville York Drnmn Critics Circle award as the best new American, play. Tlie Francis Goodrich - Albert HackeU ndnptation of Anne Frank's journal of her flight from the Nazis won out Tuesday night by a 2-1 margin over "Inherit the Wind." "My Fall' Lady," the muslval version of Shaw's "Pygmalion", j was chosen as thr best musical, re- 1 ceivinp tlie first unanimous vote in | the, 21-year history of the critics' awards. search of the Ohio River waters hereabouts brought no results when at i the S. S. Canova was reported in the Medical and Graduate Centers! distress. County police, acting on a at Little Rock. Also included in the 1 telephone tip from a "Captain figure are 13,000 .students engaged 1 Light." notified the Coast Guard (that the'. t: hip reportedly had struck j a bridge in Ihe darkness and neeri- "j ed help. Aitcr t'ne search, a quick in extension work. The enrollment at the Fayette-! ville cnmpus was 5,066, compared j search'of the records disclosed the; to 4,551 during the 1954-55 year. j S. S. Csnova was dismantled 12 '_ | years ago. Read Courier News Classified Ads ! STALIN contact relatives and frlen<»« of the late Premier. Told that friends of Stalin lived at the Stalin collective farm IS miles from Gorl, the newsmen left for the region in a rented car. But when the Georgian driver learned their destination, he refused to proceed and turned back to Gorl. Official permission was finally obtained to visit the farm, but when reporters got there it was obvious lhat word of their visit had preceded them. They were told that no friends or relatives of Stalin were around. Still a Market RICHMOND, Ky. Wi — There's a market for 1909 model, horse-drawn hearses, after all. Burton Roberts, a Richmond undertaker, said he had sold such a .vehicle for use in a centennial celebration in Brlston, Tenn. The price was $225. MINERS (Continued from P»t« 1) ered at their bedsides. But th* family of otterstrom, still miwlnf; waited—Just waited. The rescue crews crawled aloof the top of the jumbled rock malt which choked the tunnel when It fell, when the workmen found 1 where the men lay buried, thay drilled down and eventually uncovered the grimy men. Luck Ran Out TYLER, Tex. UP> — John MuellW, who had just moved 25,000 honey bees into hives without getting a single sting, sat down on his porch to rest. He didn't rest long. A red wasp dived from the ceiling and stung him on the arm. Cash is a Crop that Grows all Year 'round When you put the wheat in storage, it stops growing for good — but when you put this year's crop of profits in a safe, sure First National Savings Account, it keeps right on growing. Don't bury your money! Plant it in a convenient First National SAVINGS ACCOUNT. Our Savings Account Earn 2% Interest! Tna First National Bank BLYTHEVII.l.E. 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