The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 14, 1955 · Page 3
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*RIPAT, JANUARY, 14, 1088 BLYTHKTILLB (ARK.)' COURIER MEWi PAGE THRBl Ike's Military Plan Wins Support-And Meets Opposition WASHINGTON (AP) — President Eisenhower has won quick bipartisan support in Congress for extending the draft and raising military pay, but he faces sharp skirmishing on some other parts of a broad new military manpower program. The President called yesterday for a four-year extension of the draft, more money and benefits for career servicemen and a reorganized and strengthened pool of reserve strength. The reserve program included a plan for six months basic training for limited numbers of 17 and 18-year-olds and a requirement that both these youths and regular draftees serve additional time in active, organized reserve units. The President told Congress In two special messages that these steps are necessary to give the nation its first peacetime "proper military posture" and to provide the capacity of dealing with any "aggressor so criminally unwise as to attempt an atomic attack." "Walt and Set" Chairman Vinson (D-Ga) of the House Armed Services Committee said he strongly endorses a selective pay Increase and the general Idea of more fringe benefits for servicemen. He said In a statement he would support both a four-year extension of the regular draft and a requested two-year extension of the law drafting doctors and dentists. Both are now due to expire June 30. But he underscored a prevalent wait-and-see attitude on the President's proposals to Increase and strengthen the reserves. In past years. Congress has remained cool to all proposals for universal military training, some of which have Commodity And Stock Markets— Ntw York Cotton (II :M QMtaMui) Mar 3447 3447 3439 3439 May 3473 3476 3470 3470 July ./ 3485 3496 3489 3489 bet 3479 3480 3467 3467 Dec 3485 3485 3473 3473 Ntw Orleani Cotton Mar 3443 3444 3438 3438 May 3474 3476 3460 3468 July 3485 3496 3488 3488 Oct 3478 3480 3467 3467 Deo 3482 3486 3473 3474 Chicago Soybeans Jan ... 281':, 281'2 278 278'/, Mch ... 274 2747i 272>i 272 3 i M.-.y ... 2T2 3 , 273':, 271':, 271'i July ... 268-ii 270 267^ 267-!i paralleled the President's six- month training plan, and there were strong indications the present Congress would take its time in considering that program. Chairman Russell (D-Ga) of the Senate Armed Services Committee told newsmen "undoubtedly there will be some increased compensation" for servicemen but declined comment on other features of the program. Rep. Arends (R-D1), a member of the House Armed Services Committee, said he was happy to see the President's pay raise proposal! because he considers them necessary. If more money keeps highly trained men in service, he said, the country eventually will save money. Skirmishing Expected Sen. Saltonstall (R-Mass). chairman last year of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said the proposal "forms a strong basis on which a bill for building up trained reserves and for stabilization of our regular services can be written." Skirmishing is expected, however, over details of the reserve program and some of the fringe benefits which Congress has chipped away and the President proposes to restore. In addition to pay raises, Eisenhower said there is need for more and cheaper military housing, better medical care for dependents, and a fair program of survivor benefits. He did not detail his pay raise pz-oposals, but said they should be reserved for men serving more than their minimum terms. He asked also for selective increases in pay for hazardous duty ;a boost in travel allowances from $9 to $12 a day; and a "dislocation" allowance for families of men moved to new permanent duty stations. The Pentagon estimated the overall cost of the pay raise proposals at 870 million dollars a year. Obituary William E.Carr Rites Are Set For Tomorrow Services for William Edward Carr, 64, who died at his home near Huffman last night, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev Tommy McClure. Burial will be in Dogwood Cemetery, Mr. Carr had been a resident of the Huffman area since 1928. He was born in Brooken, Okla. His death followed an illness of one month. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs Ada Carr; two sons, Ervin Carr oi Huffman, Charles Carr of ArvJn, Calif.; a brother, James Carr ot Eufaula, Okla.; and four sisters, Mrs, Annie Raper of Sapulpa,' Okla., Mrs. Martha Hall of Louisiana, Mrs. Ethel Atkins of Tulsa, Okla., and Mrs. Jessie Bearden of California. Pallbearers will be Hooper Azbel, Dick Green, J. L. Sutton, Mitchell Mosier, Eddie Hagan and C. A. Hardesty. SENATE (Continued from Page 1) sure this thing, you're going to find a complete change of staff down there." Hendrickson said he subsequent ly called a subcommittee meeting at which "we were all very much disturbed" and one member declared, 'This is outrageous." However, he said that with the consent of his colleagues he decided to keep eBaser and Clendenen on to finish the report, with instructions to speed work on it. Beaser, a Boston lawyer, -was counsel for the U.S. Children's Bureau befor joining the subcommittee. Clendenen, from Laporte, Ind., was chief of the juvenile delinquency branch of the Children's Beaser said the articles not only were written with Hcndrickson's permission but contained no fuels that were not in testimony taken at the subcommittee's public hearings. He said he and Clendenen were asked to interpret the testimony and put it in "proper perspective." EVANGELIST — The Rev. J. W. Short will be evangelist during a week-long revival at the Church of the Nazarene here. Services begin Sunday and end the night of Jan. 23 and will be conducted at 7:30 each night. The Rev. J. L. Emmert is pastor. Panty-Clad Primate Gets Plastered, Poses Problem for Police SOUTHEND, England monkey named Jokko was arrested for drunkenness yesterday, proving that Benedictine is hardly a proper potion for primates. Jokko found a bottle of the liqueur while prowling around the house in the absence of his owner Mrs. Molly Jones. Several drinks later, he rummaged through a drawer and turned up a pair of pink nylon panties. He donned these and staggered out of the house. He soon attracted a large audience of homebound school children. They laughed merrily, never having seen a drunken monkey in nylon panties before. In due course, the rumpus attracted a policeman, who took the tiny beast to the station house. Upon arrival, Jooko, now in a bad humor, threw papers about and attempted to bite the desk sergeant. Police finally had to lock him in a cell. Mrs. Jones was found at last and took Jokko home. He meekly closed his bloodshot little eyes and went to bed to nurse a severe hangover. Fuller Case May Hinge On Trucker BBINICLEY, Art. OB—Arkansas Slate Police are seeking a truck driver who picked up a hitchhiker at the Blue and White Cafe near Forrest City, Ark., on the morning Mrs. Milton Fuller was beaten to death Sgt. Wyatt Patrick said the unknown truck driver Is the "missing link" in the investigation of the death of the attractive 25-year-old Brlnkley mother. Mrs, Fuller's skull was crushed about dawn Dec. 12. Billy Ray Willingham of Florence, Ala., has been charged with first degree murder. The 19-year- old youth has signed a statement saying he swung the hickory club which killed Mrs. Fuller. Wlllingham's attorney, John F. Gibson of Dermott, Ark., says however that he has witnesses who w.ill testify they saw the youth at Forrest City 21 miles east of here at the time of the murder. Sgt. Patrick said police have exhausted all resources in an unsuccessful effort to locate the truck driver. "We don't know anything else to do but send out a public appeal and hope he hears of It and comes in on his own," Patrick said. Woman Enters House Floor; Solans Get Fright WASHINGTON UK — Several nembers called for tighter secur- ty measures In the House today after an unemployed stenographer who says, "Nobody tried, to stop me," walked up to Speaker Rayburn (D-Texi and asked to make a speech. Turned down by the surprised Sayburn, she was permitted to eave without even giving her name — only the word that she came from New Kensington, Pa, Guards later sought her In vain around the Capitol. Negro Deaths Ca/f/'e Hayes Services for Callie Hayes,. 67, who died Monday at Walls Hospital, will be conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. at First Baptist Church by Rev. T. H. Haywood, pastor. Burial will be in Sandy Ridge Cemetery. She leaves one daughter. Clara Carter, St. Louis; a son, Joe Norwood, Biytheville. Caston Funeral Home is it charge. ' Bonds Given Up Jimmy Gill and Paul Robbing each forfeited bonds of $19.75 in Municipal Court this morning or. charges of speeding. Some of the smallest of frogs are smaller than a penny. Chicago Corn Mch May 155'i, 157 3 ;, 157% 157 157 Chicago Wheat Mch ... 230', 231 !i 230 230% May ... 22T 2 227'i 226V:, 226'/ 2 Mew York Stocks A T and T ; 173 Amor Tobacco 65 Aniicondu Copper 49 Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Coin . Gen Electric Gen Motors . Monegomcry Ward N Y Central Jnt Harvests 1 ]' R-public Sled Radio 1-4 38 ! Socony Vacuum 52 SUldebflker Standard of N J Texn.s Corp . . . . U S Steel 14 109 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. O'/P—< USDA i—Hogs 6,500: uneven; choice 100-20 II) 17.00-75, latter for uniform 185-210 Ib and choice No 1 and 2 HVerafjliiR 210 Ib or more; 220-240 Ib. 17.50-18.25; choice No. 1 mid 2 200 II) straight 18.50: 240-270 Ib 16.50-17.50; 270-340 Ib 16.00-75; 130-150 II) 16.50-17.75; sows 400 Ib cmv.s 10.00-12.50; cannons and cut- 13.75-15.5(1: boars 10.50-13.00. CfltUc 800, calves 500; ^cuevally steady; utility and commercial cow.s 0.00-12.50; canners and cut- ter.s 7.50-10.00; utility and commercial bulls 13.00-14,50; canner and cutter bulls 0.50-12.50; good and choice vc.ilers 23.00-30.00; individual head prime to 32.00; comer- cial and good vealers 16.00-22.00. FLIERS (Continued from Page 1) return nnd pass the problem back to the United States, which took Ihe Initiative In bringing the problem to the U. N. U. N. officials have made it clear Ihflt Hammarskjold hns no Intention of making a second trip to Pclplng. Future contacts with Chou. they say, will be through diplomatic channels. Several delegates who worked closely with the secretary general during preparations for his Pel- ping trip were on his appointment Hal (011 private reports on the tnlks. These included Britain's Sir Pierson Dlxon, French Delegate Henri Hoppcnot, and India's delegate Ar- Ihi'r S. I.nl. While seeing these and. other delegates Individually, Hammar- skjolct prepared a report to b« circulated to, nil 00 members of the U. N. In accordance with the On- r;' ^ '"'in 1 ' 1 ' resolution under which lie acted. Announcing The Lincoln-Mercury agency, formerly Still Motor Co. is now being operated by Mr. C. J. Bud" Wilson, new owner, in the same location and with the same personnel. a Mr. Wilson has had years of experience in the automotive business and pledges to give you the same quality service in the future that you have known him for in the past. "Bud" extends a cordial invitation to all his Customers and friends to come in soon for a visit. \ Bud Wilson MOTORS, INC. Your LINCOLN-MERCURY Dealer 110 W. Walnut St. — Ph. 3-6874 Owned & Operated by Bud Wilson Psittacosis is parrot fever. Pemiscot Officers To Pick Up Men CARUTHERSVILLE — Pemiscot County Chief Deputy Sheriff Clyde Orton left by automobile at about 8 a.m. Thursday for Chandler, Ariz., to pick up two prisoners and return them here. The prisoners are James Noel, I Caruthersville Negro accuser! of burglary and larceny at the DeWeese grocery in Hayti around Dec. 1, and Isaac Wells, Caruthersville Negro charged with removing and concealing mortgaged property on Oct. 27, 1953. They are nelng held by the police department at Chandler and have waived extradition. Accompanying Orton on the trip is Charles Grigory of Caruthers- viile. THEATRE On W. Main Si. In Blythevffle Phone 3-46&1 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m., Sat., & SUB. 1:00 p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature GREATER THAN EVER1 JOAN[CRAWFORD. for the first time in color fay TECHNICOLOR —AND— "Varieties On Parade" With Jackie Coogan & Iris Adrian M-G-M's L MS WILDING ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY Double Feature —AND— Also Cartoon & Serial SATURDAY OWL SHOW 11:30 p.m. Also Cartoon & Serial SUNDAY and MONDAY Double Feature — AN D — "I must possess the man I love...heart, body anil soul! M-G-Mp (Km | S m Color by TECHNICOLOR "RHAPSODY ELIZAB'ETHTAYLOR VITTORIO GASSMAN JOHN ERICSON- LOUIS CALHERN ALSO CARTOON 106 W. Main Phone 8-4891 Clearance SALE Reg. $2.69 Boys' Jeans 97 Boys' flannel lined jeans. Red plaid. Sizes 4 to 12. Reg. $1.49 Boys' Unions 'C 97 < Boys' short sleeve medium weijfhl col ton unions. Sizes 6 to 14. Reg. $2.98 Ladies' Slips Ladies' rayon slips in both pink and white. Broken siz- Reg. 39e Underwear For Men's colon knit speed shorts and knit shirts. Buy several at this low price. Special! Men's Jeans Men's S oz. blue denim jeans. Zipper fly front. Complete sizes. Work uni form, Green, Gray, Tan. S5.J7 Reg. $1.98 Ladies' Gowns $137 Ladies' flannel gowns In beautiful pastel shades. Sizes 3-1 to 38. Reg. $6.98 Ladies' Robes $/|00 Ladies' quilted robes and brunch coats in a beautiful assortment of colors. All sizes. Reg. 98c Hand-l-Light 47 C Ideal for any car. Use in lighter well. Buy several at this low price. Reg. $30.50 Elec. Motor 1/3 HP Power-Kraft Capacitor Motor. Ideal for all home use. . Reg. $8.49 Laundry Tub 5 Galvanized laundry tub. Single tub on stand. Ideal for home or apartment house. Shop At Montgomery Ward In Biytheville

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