The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1955 · Page 3
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MONDAY, JANUARY 34,1655 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THRBK Effort Made to Move Rebels From Border Neutral Zone Commodity And Stock Markets— N«w York Cotton Mar 3464 346G 3460 3461 May 3485 3499 3491 3493 \July 3512 3515 3509 3510 Got 3493 3495 3480 3493 Deo 3501 3501 3497 3497 N«w Orleans Cotton Mar 3462 3488 3461 3462 May 3495 3498 3403 3494 July 3512 3515 3511 3512 Oct 3491 3494 3400 3489 Deo 3496 3497 3495 3495 Chicago Soybeans Mch ... 275 27G'/ 2 274% 276'A May ... 272',i 274V4 272 273'/ 2 July ... 271 2721/4 270% 27114 Scp ... 255 1 /, 256!4 254% 255'/i Chicago Corn Mch ... 155 155 154'/ 2 May ... 157 157% 156% Chicago Wheat Mch ... 23131, 2321/, 231% May ... 227% 228'/s 227 & 154JA 1SS% 231% 22714 New York Stocks A T and T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Belh Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum . Studebuker Standard of N J Texas Corp ', Sears U S Steel ... 174 3-4 .'. 68 1-2 .. 49 .. 108 3-8 .. 87 5-8 .. 117 1-8 .. 48 7-8 .. 97 3-4 .. 81 1-2 .. 34 3-8 .. 36 3-4 .. 78 7-8 .. 39 7-8 .. 51 3-4 .. 13 1-4 .. 109 3-4 .. 87 1-8 .. 765-8 .. 72 3-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. W— (USDAI— Hogs 12.800; higher; bulk choice 160-220 II) 17.75-18.35, largely 18.00 up; uniform under 210 Ib and choice No. 1 and 2 190-215 Ib 18.50; 220-240 Ib 17.2518.00; 240-270 11) 1C.25-17.50; 310-325 Ib 15.75-16.25; 130-150 Ib 16.25-17.50; sows 400 Ib down 15.25-75; heavier sows 13.50-15.00; boars 10.00-13.00. Cattle 5,800, calves 1,000; fully steady, choice steers and yearlings 22.00-25.50; utility and commercial cows comparatively slow, largely 10.00-11.50, few 12.00; earners and cutters active, largely 7.50-10.00; utility and commercial bull-s 12.5014.00; canners and cutters 9.0012.00; good and choice vcalers 24.00-31.00; prime to 33.00: 'commercial .and low good 17.00-23.00. HONOR DISCOVERER - A new stamp honoring the fifth century of the birth of Amerigo Venpucci, navigator for whom America was" named, has been iMUed by the Italian Pent Office. This.blue Maaip feature* a IMteacse of Vespucci and 18 worth 60 lire 1 SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (AP) — Inter-American observers arranged an urgent flight to Nicaragua today in an effort to get some 200 stubborn rebels against Costa Rica's government out of the neutral zone along the Costa Rican- Nicaragua border. The five-nation peace commission of the Organization of Americas States (OAS) scheduled a 3%hour conference In Managua with Nicaraguan President Anastaslo Somoza. The commission was expected to broach a plan to lift the neutrality of the bufer zone, 19 miles long and six miles wide, to let Costa Rican troops go In after the rebels. Lifting of the zone's neutrality would also permit the four fighter planes sold by the United States to Costa Rica to go Into action against the rebel remnants. This could have a decisive effect but could also enrage Nicaragua, whose charge that the fighters had violated her territory was followed by establishment of the ' buffer strip. 200 There'' OAS observers reported that 200 or more rebels, driven from their bases in northwest Costa Rica, were in the neutral area. Except for stragglers who filtered into the zone to join them, there appeared to be no other activity in the revolt launched against the Costa Rican government two weeks ago. Under the buffer plan accepted last Thursday by both Costa Rica and Nicaragua, the commission's consent would be necessary for Costa Rican orces to move into the zone. The commission conferred all day yesterday and into the night. Costa Rica's President, Jose Pigueres, talked with the group for near 90 minutes. Later Pigueres In a radio broadcast said, "It is not yet time to rejoice; armed forces are in the demilitarized zone and they could launch an attack." Earlier yesterday, scores of Costa Rican soldiers back from the front staged an impromptu victory parade throughout the capital. Kinningham Is Named Delegate Charles A. Kinningham, Blytheville and a student at Mississippi State College, has been named as one of two delegates to attend the Southern Regional Collegiate Convention of the Southern Agricultural Convention in Louisville on Feb. 7. Mr. Kinningham will present a paper on "Research Done on Pon- setta Stock Plants." He will represent the State College chapter of the American Society of Horticulture Scientists. Travel Time FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. W — Editors of the high school student newspaper don't think their parents had it so rough if they did have to ride horseback or walk miles to school. They noted that pupils living in Sedona, 30 miles awaay, travel 43,200 miles by. bus going back and forth to school for four years. DEFENSE (Continued from Page 1) today for approval of American help in redeveloping: Nationalist forces, now garrisoning islands stretching for 350 miles along the Communist coast. Likeliest candidates for evacuation are the Tachen Islands 200 miles north of Formosa, where a protective' outpost island, Ykiang- shan, was taken by the Reds last week. A high Nationalist official said here the Reds could Invade the Tachens on two hours notice. Agree to Withdrawal The Nationalists agreed, apparently with reluctance, to withdraw troops from the Tachens if President Eisenhower orders the fleet to help In the operation, according to sources informed of details of Pride's conferences here with Chiang. U. S. Ambassador Karl Rankin, and Maj, Gen. William C. Chase, chief of the U. S. Military Assistance Advisory Group here, joined in the talks. Other islands which might be evacuated include the Yu Shan group, 35 miles northeast of the Tachens, Pishan Island 32 miles to the southwest, and other small islands off the coasts of Che- kiang and Fukien provinces. The other side of the coin is a new American commitment—subject to Washington's approval—to help defend such strategic islands as Quemoy, near the Communist city of Amoy at the' south end of the Nationalist screen of outpost islands, Matsu Island dominating the 140 miles northwest of Formosa and 23 miles off the Red coast. Previously, specific American protection has covered only Formosa and the nearby Pescadores. It is assumed that the 1th Fleet would intervene if the Reds should try to take the Tachens before they are evacuated, and that it would go into action in a big way if the Communist should attack an evacuation after it begins. Last night the Nationalists sent four-engine bombers against Yiki- angshan and had fighter-bombers out on another mission, but no details were available. Peiping radio, meanwhile, scotched the Idea of a possible cease-fire by charging in a broadcast heard in Tokyo that the United States was plotting to "interfere in the domestic affairs of China, and that Formosa "would have been Liberated years ago" if it had not been for the 7th Fleet. Japanese Ship Stopped MOJI, Japan </P,i—A Red Cliine.se a rship stopped three Japanese fishing vessels 80 miles southeast of Shanghai and ordered them out of Chinese waters, the Moji Maritime Board reported today. 'D.e fishing craft were released immediately, apparently in line with Red China's new program of being polite to Japanese seamen. Yes, Measure It! SAN FRANCISCO Wl — This city's famed Twin Peaks aren't identical. The south peak is 91C feet above sen level — the north feet lower. If your child catches' more than one cold a winter- TtfAHWOWOflCHKr Relief from Stuffings, Coughing and Muscular Aches The worst part of suffering from a cold Is due to congestion and coughing That's why your child needs medication that does more than just work on the chest. She needs ' Vicks VapoRub — because it acts two ways at once: i. VapoRub relieves muscular soreness And tightness, stimulates chest surfaces. j. Al tht same time, VapoRnb's special medicated vapors also bring rriief with every breath. You can't sec these vapors, but your child can feel them . . . feel them as they travel deep into the nose, throat and targe bronchial tubes. Congestion starts breaking up. Coughing eases. Soon she enjoys warming relief that lasts for hours. So when colds strike, use the best-known home remedy to relieve suffering of colds — Vicks VapoRub. Rub on Relief ... Breath* jn Relief VAPO RU O (J rar? SARASOTA, FLORIDA Where Summer Spends the Winter Evety day i* o fun-filled day of sunny Sarasctc! Winter (tome of the Greatest Show on Earth — (tingling Brother! — Bornum & Bailey Circul, •ettoH Red Sox spring training, Ringling Mu- te*m or Art, jungle gardens, tondy beaches and fabulous fishing. Yes, you will enjoy eventful, exciting Saratota — day and night! Reduced Rotes Until February 14 Th« Soroioto T*rro* fc ffct few* on Florido'i fomoiM WM* CM* — swimm.itfl pool, th»HUho«Hl courti, •iceoMoiit dbHflf *»d cacfc- foH loHiif*. Aw«rk« •** bw^ peon plan. Gwtttt •«f»T >•»••!•• of Lido Btoch, lobby Jonot §oH court*/ inchioinf ff** tf*wt^*ii** ^^ jt M •+_&*. * tion H HWM MHHUi. jOMMfff fTO*p*fOfTfy SAftASOTA TIRRACI, t. 0. »«* T72D, Fhon« Ringlinf 2-5311, SARASOTA, FLA. HONORED — Paul Hughes, Farmers Soybean manager, has been named president of Arkansas Seed Dealers Association. He is also president of Mid- south Soybean and Grain Shippers Association. IKE Continued from Page 1 Pride called it "a very grave move" but said the fleet was at the ready and could cope with any eventuality. Some Moving Now A Taipeh dispatch reported some civilians are already being moved from the Tachens to Formosa. It said about 315 children were in the first movement and were due to arrive at Formosa tomorrow. There was no word whether the U. S. navy had any part in this movement. Elsenhower noted that the 7th Fleet was directed in 1950, when the Korean fighting broke out, to defend Formosa against any Communist attack. He said the reasons for that move are still valid, and told the Congress: "What we are now seeking is primarily to clarify present policy and to unite in its application. We are not establishing a new policy. Consequently, , my recommendations do not call for an increase in the armed forces of the United States or any acceleration in military procurement or levels of defense production. If any unforeseen emergency arises requiring any change, I will communicate with the Congress. I hope, however, that the effect of an appropriate congressional resolution will be to calm the situation rather than to create further conflict." Slingshot Marksman SAN DIEGO, Calif, tf) — It is no idle boast when Marine Master Sgt. Frank O. Freeman tells recruits here at pistol practice that he could do better with a sling shot. In one demonstration, he zipped extended .45 calibre slugs into the target with his sling for a marksman qualifying score. . D. Terry Rites Held In Smackover Funeral services for W. D. Terry, former Luxora resident, were conducted at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon at First Baptist Chapel In Smackover, Ark. He died at an El Dorado Hospital Friday night after suffering a heart attack at his home in Smackover on Wednesday. He was manager of Arkansas- Power and Light office In Smackover for 26 years prior to his retirement about four years ago. He was a deacon in Baptist Chapel and a member of several civic clubs. He, was a native of Mississippi and graduated from Milsaps College, Jackson. Mr. Terry was with the power company at Luxora about 1923, it was reported. He leaves his wife, the former Mary Morrow, of Luxora; two daughters, Mrs. Lee Utley, Camden, Miss Martha Terry, of Rayville, La., his mother, Mrs. S. D. Terry; two sisters, Mrs. C. B. Wood, Sr., and Mrs. R. T. Ballew of Luxora, and .a sister, Mrs. J. S. Dilahunty, Blytheville. Rites Tuesday For Mrs* Brown Services for Mrs. W. E. Brown, former Blytheville resident, will be held Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. at the Warden, Mo., Baptist Church. Mrs. Brown died Saturday in St. Mary's Hospital in East St. Louis. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. W. E. Jost, Blythaville; five sons, Frank Brown, Phoenix, Ariz., Allen Brown, St. Louis, Ray Brown, Neah Bay, Wash., Wayne Brown, Albany, Ga., Marvin Brown, East St. Louis;a tiister, Mrs. F. Leyser, Tucson, Ariz.; a brother, Harry Sam ford, Oklahoma City, and ten grandchildren. Smith Funeral Home of Caruthersville is in charge. HAS POPULAR ANSWER—Sheree North is slated to replace suspended Marilyn Monroe in the movie "Ho.v to Be Very, Very Popular," now starting production in Hollywood. Shapely Sheree poses here beside Marilyn's "form." Sheree's measurements are- Bust 36, waist 23, hips 34%. Marilyn'r. from xlummv are* 37-24-36 Half Billion in Aid For Far East Is Scheduled WASHINGTON W — The administration plans to provide between 500 and 600 million dollars for economic aid In the Far East tn the year starting, July 1. Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey, disclosing the size of tta program for the first time last night In an NBC television Interview, did not say how much at It would be loaned and how much grants. Details, Including th« amounts for each country, ar» still being worked out, he said. An aide said the Asian ihare will be about 50 million dollari more than last year, and Humphrey said, "I think we have provided all the money we can spend wisely and effectively" In thai a»ea. Slavian Officials Tried Secretly BELGRADE, Yugoslavia W — Yugoslavia's Communist government began a secret trial of former Vice President Milovan- Djila« and biographer Vladimar Dedijer today on charges they tried to undermine President Marshal Tito's regime through the writings of foreign newsmen. In an atmosphere of tension, a crowd of 100 booed and hissed the two defendants and shouted epithets at foreign correspondents waiting outside the courtroom. It was reported the indictments against the defendants were based on interviews given foreign newsmen, j Witnesses Set For Assembly Watchtower Bible and Tract j Society of New York will sponsor j a three-day assembly of Jehovah's! Witnesses in Batesville, Ark., Jan. i 28-30. i Delegates from Blytheville are '. to attend the session. ! A little oatmeal adds richness and flavor when used as a soup thickener. EXTRA RELIEF FROM ^ ^^ MISERIES ^^^ 666 ATTACKS AU COLD SYMPTOMS AT OHt 7MU... IN LfSt TTMCf No ordinary pain-reliever can make thie claim .. . but 6G6 can. The 666 formula contains a combination of prescription-type ingredients not found in any other cold medicine. For that ''extra.'* relief, try 666 liquid or tablets. Remember . . . 666 dots more because it has mart. 666 LIQUID OR TABLETS U4 WHS MIME IKAUK II HAS «0«I the price of the unpriceable Water is beyond price, yet at intervals you get a water bill. Water is free, yet someone has fixed a dollar and cents value on nature's unpriceable gift. By what right? Go out into the country and you'll find the farmer getting all the water he wants, merely for the effort of digging a well and working a pump. He gets no water bill. Go up into the unspoiled mountains, dip your cup in a bubbling spring and drink your fill. Bring home a few barrels full. No one will impose any charge for what you take. Go down to the nearest river bank. Fill as many buckets as you can haul away. You won't have to pay a cent for their contents. Or the next time it rains, pu( out tubs and basins. Or do as they do in Bermuda: make your entire roof a collecting system leading to a cistern. No meter will register payments due. But ask the farmer what it cost to dig his well and how much energy is consumed in operating it. Figure the expense of your trip to the mountains, not forgetting the price of the barrels. Compute the value of the time consumed in hauling river water, adding the doctor's bills in case you fail to boil it before using. And compare the amount of water you obtain with the cost of installing and maintaining a Bermuda-type roof collection system. Water is free to all. But it isn't always available where people want it in a condition safe for them to use. It's the water works' job to take over the task of collecting water, transporting water and making sure that the water delivered is safe for human consumption and suitable for human use, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. And that't what you pay for when you pay your water bill. Blytheville Water Co. "Wottr /* Your Cheapest Commodity" Put your trust in The bank with the chime clock Our Chime Clock Playsi "Lord, thru this hour Be Thou our guide So by Thy power No foot shall slide." Precautions... To Observe In Writing Checks 7. Use pen and ink, and a eheckwriter if ' possible. 2. Begin at the left of every line. 3. Fill in blank spaces by drawing a lint through them. 4. Avoid flourishes in your handwriting. Simple writing is the hardest to forge. 5. Destroy all checks erased or marred in drawing and mark the stubs VOID. 6. Never make out checks to 'cash' or 'bearer.' 7. Never sign blank checks. 8. Keep unused checks under'lock and kty. 9. Guard your cancelled checks carefully . . . they corry your signature . . . moke perfect "copy" for forgers. Pay all bills by check! • MISSISSIPPI COUNTY'S OLDEST BANK • THE FARMERS BANK AND TRUST CO. Time Tried-l'anic Tested Member Federal Reserve System arid F.D.I.&

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