The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1953 · Page 2
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PX'GE "IlfO (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, TUNE 24,19W > Ike Anxious to Assure Britain, France B.T JACK BEU, WASHINGTON (AP) — President Eisenhower has nuked congressional leaders to back his hand at the July Bif{ Three conference with a foreign aid program approved without major cuts. * Presidential lieutenants who have talked to legislative chieftains pictured Eisenhower in being anxious to .give Britain and France not only his own but congressional • assurance that the flow of military assistance to Diem will be con• tinned. The House has voted a $4,998,000,000 ceiling on foreign aid for the year beginning July 1. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee has approved « 55,318,000,000 authorization bill. Chairman Wiley (R-Wisl of the Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Open High Low Close July 3328 S3W 3306 3319 O,-t 3378 3388 3370 3380 Dec M9D 3^98 3381 3353 Men 3409 3418 3400 3409 New Orleans Cotton Open High Low Close Jill 3328 3340 3310 3320 Od 3377 338fi 3367 3376 Dec 3389 3358 31)78 338: Mch 3417 3417 3400 3406 Chicago Corn High Low Close Jly 154% 153% 154=1, Sep 151'i 150'/s 150-Ti Chicago Wheat Jly Sep High Low Close I98',i 195'/4 105Vi 203 V, 199% 200 Chicago Soybeans Jly 2843 J 282 Vi 283 \', Sep 269 267ft 268 Nov 2B2 2GOU 261 '( Jan 265'.j 263-14 264% New York Stock* A T and T 153 Amer Tobacco 72 3-4 Anaconda Copper 36 Beth Steel 61 1-4 Chrysler 73 1-8 Gsn Electric , '0 Gsn Motors 60 Montgomery Ward 59 1-4 N y Central 24 1-4 Ir,l Harvester 26 J. C. Penney 68 1-4 Republic Steel 48 Radio 24 Socony Vacuum — 34 1-2 Studebakev 32 1-4 ' Standard p.t N J 715-8 Texas Corp 54 1-8 Sears 59 U S Steel 38 7-8 Sou Pac 44 5-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. MV-(USDA)— Hogs 6,000; active, 25 to 50 higher thnn Tuesday's average; mostly 25 higher; choice 190-240 Ibs 26.00-50; mostly 28.25 up, with 26.50 paid freely, mostly for lota one and two; 240-270 !bs 25.50-26.25; 110-180 Ibs 25.25-26.00; 150-170 Ibs 23.25-25.50; 120-140,Ibs 20.25-22.50; sows 400 Ib? down 21.25-22.75. few down to 21.00; heavier sows 19.00-20.15. Cattle 3,500; calves, 1,200; trad- Ing slow; some steer and yearling sales about steady, cows moderately active and steady; utility and commercial cows 9.50-13.00: canners and cutters 6.50-10.00; bulls and vealers steady; utility and commercial bulls 12.00-15.00; canners and cutters 8.00-12.00; good and choice vealers 17.0022.00, few prime to 24.00; utility and commercial vealers 12.0015.00. WARNING ORDER Tn the Chancery Coiirl, Chicka- Simba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Jewel Mansell, Ptf. vs. No. 12420 Jack H. Mansell, Dft. The defendant, Jack H. Manfiell, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Jewel Mansell. Dated this 8 day of June, 1953 Oeraidlne Listen, Clerk By Lavernfi Ball, D. C. C. F. Cooper, atty. for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad litem. 6!10-n-24-1]l For Better Plumbing, •SELECT CRANE & STANDARD FIXTURES Earl Walker PJumblnc A GM Fitting 41ft South iJtk* rhoiw IftU Senate Foreign Relations Committee said today he will sponsor on amendment to increase the President's authority to transfer funds from one area to another, perhaps more critically in need. Wiley's proposal represented something of a retreat from his suRRestion yesterday that the President be Riven unlimited authority to shift ad from one country to another or to withhold it entirely. "Too Broad" Son, Tflft of Ohio, the Republican leader, said any such discretionary authority would be "too broiiri." Taft said he doesn't believe the Senate would flffree to unlimited presidential authority. But he said he Is willing to delegate Vo Eisenhower the decision on whether about a billion dollars in European aid should be withheld until Western European countries ratify the : European Defense Community treaties for formation of a unified army. •, The House has voted to tie down ; such aid until the treaties arc approved by France, Italy and Ihree other nations, and Senator Russell said he rather ilkes the House provision. "I think we wailed loner enough on the formation of Western European army and ft is about time to take some drastic action," he said, No Objection Russell said he wouldn't object lo Rivinff Eisenhower authority to transfer up to 20 pp,r cent of any country's allocation to another area hut thought it would be "going pretty far" to give the President unlimited authority in that respect, As written, the Senate bill would permit transfer ol up to 10 per cent from one country to another. Chairman Bridges (R-NY) of the Senate Appropriations Committee said it would take some strong arguments to persuade his group to raise this limll&Uon. "Congress never has been willing to put more than 10 per cent in that category In the past," Bridges said. George B. White Succumbs at 60 Services for George B. White of Texarkana, brother of Ben White and Jrs.se White of Blytheville and fnther 01 Mrs. W. C. Colston and Mrs. Alvls Harris of Blytheville, will b: j conducted tomorrow at Texarkana. Mr. White, who was 60. was a former Bydievllle resident and frequent Blytheville visitor. Other survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Georue B. White of Texar- fcnnn; thren other brothers, Cecil White nf Clarkdale, Ark.. Howard White of West Memphis, and Homer White of Miami. Fla.; one sister. Mrs. Kenneth Morris of Maiden, Mo., and five grandchildren. With the Courts CIRCUIT: Criminal Division: Stale ol Arkansas vs. Leroy Welsh, forgery and uttering. CUKMON PLEAS: Homer-Wilson Motor Company. Inc.. vs. Charles A. Hlndman, et al, suit- on debt. Rites Conducted For Vernon King Services (or Vernon Lloyd King, 30, of Blytheville, Rt. 2, who died yseterday following a long; illness, were to be conducted at 4 p.m. todny nt Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by thee Rev. j. C. Dlck- erson and the Rev. McGuire. Burial was to toe In Sandy Ridge Cemetery. Mr. King, a farmer, was born at Ilcber Sprintzs, Ark. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mildred King; a daughter, Dorathy King:; a son, Donald King, all of the home; his lather and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. King of Blytheville; five brothers, John H., J. R., J. C., James and David Kim;, all of Blytheville; ami lour sisters, Miss Wenslc King:, Miss Lorcne King. Miss Betty Sue Kins. "II of Blytheville and Mrs. Imogcne Downs of Weona, Ark, Mrs. Ola Williford Dies of Illness; Rites Tomorrow Services for Mrs. Ola Williford of 131 East Sycamore, who died yesterday In Walls Hospital following an Illneis of five days, will be conducted tomorrow at 4 p.m. In the Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Bob McMastcrs. Mrs. WlHUnrri, a housewife, had lived in Blytheville since 1924. She was 78 and was born in Mayfield, Ky. Pallbearers will be the Rev. E. C. Brown. Harvey Chapman, Jimmie! Sanders, Chester Lewis, Aaron Peterson, Gaylord Lewis and Harry' Bogan. Survivors include a sister. Mrs. Beulah cockrell of Holland, Mo.; two brothers, J. E. McCord of Blytheville and W. A. McCord of Knr- nack, Tex.: two sons, Floyd Mizell of Little Rock and J. W. Williford of Blytheville; four daughters, Mrs. Maud Green, Mrs. C. G. Schcrer and Mrs. Leon Schcrer, all of Ely- theville. and nine grandchildren and one great grandchild, Burial will be in Elmwod Come- J tery. Cobb Funeral Home i? in, charge. j Stay Granted Rosenberg Orator LOS ANGELES (/P)—The pamphleteer and soap box orator Instrumental In Raining a one-day stay of execution lor Julius and Ethel Rosenberg has been granted a one-week stuy in his own misdemeanor case. Krwln Edelmnn, 54, appeared In Municipal Court yesterday for trial on a charge t>( Jailing to register iiftcr conviction of being a vagrant- dissolute person. He told the court he Was unable to defend hlmseU because of his "cniotionnl nnrl physical Involvement, in the Rosenberg trial." Appearing with Edelman yesterday wns Ally. Gen. Dan Marshall, who represented him as a "next dlend" to the Rosenbergs last week in obtaining a stay of execution from Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas. Edelman's pamphlet on alleged errors at the Rosenbergs' trial was elaborated into an arEument by Marshall and another attorney. BVD Lester Predmore Dies Suddenly Lester Earl Predmore. 42, of 511 South Franklin. Blytheville. died at Blytheville Hospital yesterday shortly after being stricken by sudden illnese. Services are to be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Dick Melton, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church. Burial will be at 4;30 p.m. nt Rector, Ark. Born at Turrell. Mr. Predmore Abolition of McCarthy Probe Urged WASHINGTON IIP)— Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, widow of the late President Kuys she would like to see the Senate Investigations subcommittee headed by Sen. McCarthy (K- Wlsi abolished. She added in a McCall's magazine article she would advocate doing "everything possible ... to strengthen the FBI In Its functions." She tackled also a question as to whether she would testify about the Communist party nnckurouml of n friend if she knew he were now a loyal American. Ordinarily, she said, if she knew such a person she would—and "add ] that I knew he was now a loyai citizen." But, she continued. "If I were : dealing with such a hysterical sit- \ nation that a statement of this; kind would cost this man his chance' to earn a living, and if I knew of, no overriding reason for giving such [ testimony, I would refuse to give it." ' 'Slim' Rhodes says: "I'll See You Soon with 'FROSTY 7 " ( (D2.29 EVER-POPULAR TEAM-MATES I OR O OO Plaid ihirli I«7O Blue jeanf jL»4.f @ Gay plaid Shirts In pre-ihrunk woven gingham. Convtrtibk collar, comfortable action-back. 32-38. 0 Sonforiied blue Jsans in 8-ounc» denim. Bar- tacked at points of strain. Two back pocktts. 22-36. SHEER BEMBERG RAYON , 5.98 Excellent value a Ideal for summer-long wear. So cool—so much smartness and grace in its soft fluid lines. Shown—just one from o wide selection—with an open collar, novel buttons. Other prints, stylet In misses', extra sizes. Wages of Gin: The Lockup BHCOKVILLE, Ind. W) — Two men with a bottle of liquor appeared to have asked the wrong man for an opener. He was Robert dine, Indiana state police technician. He arrested the two men, Jerry Nunn. 39, Liberty, Ind., and Irvin Sparks, 39, Tampa, Fla. Nunn was fined $61.25 for driving while drunk and public intoxication and had his driver's license suspended for one year. Sparks was fined $74.50 for public intoxication and for carrying a concealed weapon. They were sent to jail in default of their fines, (Continued from Page 1) ,'ohn Burnett, chairman of the BVD entertainment committee, will select Mr. and Mrs. BVD's to serve and he alone win know who all of them lire " Ail members of the Merchant's Division will close all day July 4, it ivas announced by J. C. Edwards, division chairman. During the two- ! day BVD special, the participating j stores will stay open all day Thurs- ! day instead of following the regular Thursday afternoon closing sched- j ule. it was announced. The regular BVD drawing for \ prizes will be conducted at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the 500 block on Main Street. Rccisetration for the draw- inc will be held both Wednesday and Thursday in BVD stores. Former Blytheville Woman Wins Golf Crown at Omaha Mrs. Stan Barton, the former Miss Betty Lee McCutchen of Blytheville, now of Omaha, Neb., recently won the 18-hole division of the Claire MiUard Memorial Golf Tournament at the Omaha Country Club. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutehen of 716 West Main. Mrs. Barton won the title with a 54-hole total of 324-114—210. Llont Club S*ei Film on Insurant* The Lions Club weekly luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble yesterday saw a film on the history of insurance, presented by Harvey Murris. The film, published B> the America-Fore Insurance Company, traced the development of Insurance from its origin. Committee Okays Plan WASHINGTON (/P)—By a vote of 16 to 14, the House government operations committee today sent President Elsenhower's plan to reorganize the Defense Department to the House lor full debate but condemned it as "another step on the road toward control by the military." Forfeits $31 Bond Bond of $31.25 was forfeited in Municipal Court today by Marshall P. Wheat on a charge of operating a motor vehicle without a license. Some meteorites contain as much as 90 per cent iron while others contain as little as 10 per cent. Inmates Escape LITTLE ROCK UP)— Five Inmates of the criminal ward of the State Hospital escaped from the mental institution early today by overpowering three attendants. They broke out at 4 a. m. this morning. None are believed to be dangerous. Read Courier News Classified Ads. There are never more than five eclipses of the sun in a single year, including both partial and total. dfhegreatest lore slot/ of all time Once they had met, the threat of death could not keep him from her. And once together, no country, no cottage could shelter them from the fate they knew would overtake them. Here is a story whose haunting beauty you will never forget. Get the big July issue of the Ladies' Home Journal—today —and start reading Dorothy James Roberts' absorbing story of a love that no power on earth could destroy, The Enchanted Cup. Had lived in Blytheville only three • weeks since coming here from Pine Bluff. Survivors include his mother. Mrs Sallle Tredmore of Williford, Ark.; t.wo daughters, Miss Sammy Gene Predmore and Miss Helen Jo Predmore, both of Benton, Ark.; two sisters, Mrs. W W. Bunch of Williford, Mrs. Myrtle Warren of Blythe- I vllle; and three half-brothers, Jim- niie Williams of Blytheville, O. A. Williams of Helena, and Elbert Williams of Panama City, Fla NOW. Enjoy Real AIR CONDITIONING AT HOME for Only (One-third ton Unit) IT BOTH COOLS for Summer Comfort AND HEATS for Extra Winter Warmth Only MITCHELL Room Air Conditioner adjusts to maximum cooling for sizzling days (and nights). Instant heat on chilly days. Filters out 99% of dirt dust and pollen . . . circulates, ventilates and exhausts. All these comfort features are yours at no extra cost. Just Weath'r Dial THE WEATHER YOU WANT II if doesn't both COOL and HEAT it's obsolete! FREE Installation If You Order TODAY At Service GOOD/YEAR TIRiS Stores Phone 2492 - Blytheville

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