The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1955 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 10, 1955
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 19BS BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGB TiTREI Assembly Gets Bills Calling for Repeal of Cherry's Fiscal Code (Continued Irom Pajje 1) accident is able to satisfy possible Judgments, must be made now at t h e State Revenue Department office at Little Rock. A bill to exempt persoiLs under 16 from being required to have drivers' licenses to operate motor scooters failed on a vote of 43-36. Fifty-one votes were necessary for passage. 4 Bills Passed The House passed and sent to Gov. Paubus Senate bills to: 1. Revise the set-up of the Livestock Sanitary Board with one member to be a veterinarian and the other six to be divided equally among representatives of poultry and livestock industries. 2. Create and pay for the new position of assistant welfare com Caruthersville DeMolay Elects CARUTHERSVILLE — Ray Tc- roy was elected master councilor of the Caruthersville Chapter of the Order of DeMolay at a meeting of the organization Monday night, He is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Dal ton Teroy of Caruthersville. Other new principal officers are Bob Book of Caruthersville, senior councilor, and Tommy Fatchett of Haytl, junior councilor. missioner—a move designed to permit .retention of Commissioner A. J. Moss in an assistant's job after the expected appointment of Perry County Judge Carl Adams as new commissioner. CHINESE (Continued from Page 1) helmet and says : " T hope this is the last pied of real estate we give away t the Communists.' " Accused Revolt Plotters Leave GUATEMALA un — Three men accused of helping plot an unsuccessful one-day revolt here Jan. 20 are scheduled to leave today for El Salvador after being granted safe conduct. The three. Col. Francisco Coscnza, Jorge Micheo and Cadet Jose Hernandez, took sanctuary in Obituary Jennings Rites Conducted Today Services for Wallace David Jennings, 77, of Dyi'.ss wiU be held aL 3 p.m. today at Centervllle, Ark. He passed away at lifs home at Dyess Monday. He It-fives one son, L. T. Joi- nings, Detroit; one daughter, Mrs. Mildred McVay, Dyess; one brother, Will Jennings, Beaton, Ark.; three sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Shcppard, MUK- ko&ee, Okla., Mrs. Maude Rounsavall, Pt. Smith, Ark., Miss Aurila Jennings, Pt. Smith. Cobb Funeral Home of BlythevlUe will handle arrangements. Pope's Condition Is 'Fairly Good' VATICAN CITY I/I',—The condition of Pope Pius XII was described today by his personal physician as "fairly good, enough W) justify a certain tranquillity for the immediate future.". Dr. Riecnrno Galeazzi-Lisi said the 78-year-old pontiff has steadily increased his work as he has slowly retained strength. The doctor added, however, that he had advised the Pope earlier this week against attempting to resume gen- oral audiences, which have been suspended since he became critically ill last Dec. 2. Defense Pact Ratification : , Wins Plaudits TAIPEI 1*1 — The U. S. Senate's ratification, of the mutual defense pact with Nationalist China yesterday has put Chiang Kai-shek's capital In a better mood than lit any time since he made his "painful j decision" to withdraw his forces from the Tachen Islands. The reaction here is one of reliel and satisfaction, particularly with the 64-0 vote by the Senate. "This shows," a Nationalist official declared, "that the American people are more united than ever before against communism." ARMY Manila School Names Actors MANILA — Manila High School juniors have chosen actors for their class production which will be given in April. Members of the cast include Bonnie Hodges, Shirley Brewer, Kuth ! Patton, Janice Sue Vassar, Joan Beach, Mary Cullum, Kenny Isaacs, Freddie Veach, Tommy Hatcher, Bobby Dean Davis and Gene Baugher. Stage hands and production managers are Melba Cornish, Taipan Ellis and Dean Wagner. Miss Ruth Home, class sponsor, will serve as director. Continued from Page 1 would not immediately reconsider the proposed reduction of the Army and Navy." Keappralsal Demanded Representatives Brooks ID-La) and Wlnstead (D-Missj also threw their support to demands for a reappraisal of the program alter hearing what they described as a second warning by Gen. Matthew B. nidgway. The Army chief of staff told a H o u s e subcommittee yesterday that only active forces could supply needed Army units at the outbreak of war. Earlier, he had tes- tilled the decision lo cut the Army "jeouaRiizes our security ... to a degree." Commodity And Stock Markets- Ntw York Cotton (tt!M BB*taM4MH) Mar 3440 3450 3447 3450 May 3481 3482 3479 3481 July 3505 3506 3503 3506 Oct 3515 3515 3509 3513 Dec 3517 3517 3512 3617 Ntw Orleans Cotton Mar | May | July Oct Dec the Salvador Embassy after the revolt. Two Cars Collide Two cars received minor damages In an accident at Sixth and Chickasawba Streets yesterday. A 1950 Plymouth, driven by Hiran Glass of New Madrid, Mo., collided with a 1055 Ford, driven by Mrs. Bob Woodward of 716 Pecan. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. '.45 — (USDAl—Hogs 7,500; higher; no ib down unchanged; .sows mostly steady, spots 25 lower; bulk choice 180-210 Ib 17.50-75; 210-220 II) large!}' 17.00-60; 220-240 Ib 16.5017.25, few 17.35-50; 240-270 Ib 15.5018.50, few to 16.75; 270325 Ib 15.2575; 150-170 ib 16.50-17.25; sows 400 Ib down 14.75-15.25; heavier sows 1300-14.50; boars 10.00-13.00. Cattle 1,500, calves 700; steady to Klron^; few .steers and butcher yearling*, good grade 20.00-23.00; commercial and low good 17.0020.00; cows active and strong ; utility and commercial 11.00-13.50; winners and cutters 8,50-11.00; bulls steady; utility and commercial 13.00-14.50; canners and cutters 9.50-12.50; vealers and calves unchanged; good and choice veal- (rr.s 23.00-29.00; a few prime to 31.00: kcommercial and lov: good 17.00-22.00. 3446 3449 3446 3448 3479 3481 3477 3470 3505 3503 3506 3604 3511 3512 3509 3510 3512 3513 3512 3514 Chicago Soybeans (Mar ... 282 283 282 282V4 I May ... 219',4 279'A 278 278'A jJuly ... 276 276 214'A 214ft I Sept ... 260i/ 2 260'/ 2 253'A 258'A Chicago Corn •Mar ... 1523 8 152'. a 151 li 151% I May ... 155'/j 155>/ 4 154% 154V4 Another Dreifus Scoop! 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