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AFRQ, 1 W66 (ARK,) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Israel to Seek Special Meeting Of U.N. Council Plant Complaint 1 About Egypt's Act* of Aggr«i«ion . JERUSALEM OH — Israel announced today she will ask for a special session of the U.N. Security Council to complain about "recent Eygptian act* of aggression" on the Israeli-Egyptian border. The announcement from a Foreign Office spokesman followed renewed fighting on the Gaza strip frontier between the two nations yesterday in which the U.N. Truce Supervision Commission said two Israeli and two Egyptian soldiers were killed. Each Blamed ' Each nation blamed the other for starting ths latest Gaza skirmish, which developed into a 90- minute mortar-machine gun battle. The council March 28 censured Israel for its army attack Feb. 28 on Egyptian troops near Gaza in which 37 Egyptians and 8 Israelis wire killed. The Egyptians claim the Israelis have made four salles across their lines since the Feb. 28 incident. Israel's Cabinet and foreign affairs and security committees of Parliament were summoned • into emergency session today to discuss the border situation. The truce organization's preliminary report said 16 Israelis and two Egyptians also were wounded in the clash, which broke out Before dusk An investigation was launched. CHURCHILL (Continued from Page 1) of the House of Commons." The switch at the top of the government was expected to bring no upheaval in the makeup of the rest of the Cabinet. If Eden plans an early election, he may make almost no changes and may even for a time shoulder the double load of prime minister and foreign sec retary. 2 Appearances Made by Pope VATICAN CITY UPI — Looking tit and vigorous after his serious winter illness, Pope Pius XH made two public appearances yesterday at the opening of Holy Week. It was the first time the 79-year old pontiff had participated in Palm Sunday rites in two years Last year he was recovering from an illness. Yesterday he took part in the ceremonies opening the anniversa ry week of Christ's passion anc crucifixion, then met for nearly an hour with 1,000 delegates to thr World Congress on Prevention o Work Accidents. Next Sunday the Pope will np pear on the central balcony of St Peter's Basilica to give his Enste blessing to Rome and the world He also is expected to deliver an address. Commodity And Stock Markets- Obfluary RED CROSS N«w York Cotton (H:M q«ta«.M) May 3353 3363 3349 335 July 3311 3385 3315 338 Got 3394 3400 3389 339 Deo 3406 3410 3403 S40 KUw Orleans Cotton May 3348 3361 334T 335 July 3375 3382 3S72 331 Oct 3S94 3401 3390 3399 Dec 3406 3410 3404 3407 Chicago Corn May .... 143ft H3?i 142% MSJi July .... 146 146 146 145 3 ,i Chicago Soybians May .... 249',4 249% 248ft 249'/« July .... 2« 244 2421/4 243% Sept .... 237?', 23814 236% 238 NOV .... 23454 235 233% 235 Chicago Wheat May .... 212& 212% SllVa 211V4 July .... 195% 19514 194% 195'/a New York Stocks A T and T 180 1-2 Amer, Tobacco 61 1-8 Anaconda Copper . 61 1-2 Beth Steel 133 3-4 Chrysler 13 1-2 Coca-Cola 117 Gen Electric , 51 1-4 Gen Motors 95 Montgomery Ward , 78 1-2 N Y Central 313-8 Int Harvester 313-8 Republic Steel 83 3-4 Radio 42 7-8 Socony Vacuum 54 1-2 Stud-Pak 12 3-4 Standard of N J 113 1-2 Texas Corp 91 1-4 Sears 80 1-2 O S Steel 80 1-2 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. W—(USDA)—Hogs 14,500; lower; 180-210 Ib 17.50-15; choice No. 1 and 2 and few No. 2 and 3 17.6075; 220-240 Ib 11.00-50; 250-280 Ib 16.25-15; 150-170 Ib 17.00-50; SOWS 450 Ib down 15.00-50; heavier sows 13.75-14.50. Cattle 6,100, calves 800 ; steers and butcher yearlings, commercial and good near steady 18.00-20.00; undertone weak to lower; utility and commercial cows 12.00-15.00; canners and cutters . 9.50-12.00; bulls utility and commercial 13.5015.00; heavy fat bulls 11.00-12.00; canners ' and cutters 10.00-13.00; good and choice vealers 20.0027.00; few prime 29.00; commercial and good vealers ngd calves 15.00-20.00; cull and utility 9.0013.00. Mrs. Potter, Ex-Resident, Passes at 67 Mrs. Hattie Potter, former Blytlie- ville resident, died at Baptist Hospital, Memphis, at 9:30 this morning. Services will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at Cobb Funeral Home chapel. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. Garlan Trammel. Bassett; two sisters, Mrs. Mirmie Bledsoe, Pine Bluft. and Mrs. C, B. Collins. Blytheville; two brothers, B. W. Harrison, Miller, Miss., J. G. Harrison, Memphis, and three grandchildren. Mrs. Potter was 61 at the time of her death. She left Blytheville about ten years ago atter having made her home here, about 15 years. A native of Mississippi, she was member of Wilson's Methodist Church. Wilson Girl Secretary Carolyn Lynch, Wilson, has been elected secretary of the Baptist Student Union of Blue Mountain College for tho 1955-56 session in Blue Mountain, Miss. Construct/on Up WASHINGTON l» — Total construction reached a record $8,400,000,000 for the first three months this year, 13 per cent above the same 1954 period, the Commerce and Labor departments reported. Bernard Gooch's Mother Dies Mrs. B. A. Oooch. of Oarmi, 111., and mother of Bernard Gooch of Blytheville, died at 6:40 p.m. yesterday afternoon after a short !!!• ness. She was 93. Services will be tomorrow at 2 p.m. at First Christian Church in Carmi. She was well known in Blytheville, where she had frequently visited. Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Gooch will be in Carmi for services. Scelba Praises Aid to Italy PHILADELPHIA Iffi — Premier Mario Scelba ol Italy said Insi night, "American aid that helped Italy raise itself from ruins was among the United States' best investments." Scelba, on an informal visit,to Philadelphia, said also that "we want the progress of the Italian people to coincide with the cause of the Western Allied nations. "We remain grateful and faith ful to America and Americans be cause we remember thnt the Unit ed States was the first counLo which came to offer help to us with open hearts. Your help was decisive." Scelba spoke in Italian at a din ner In his honor. Grand Master At Hornersville HORNBRSVTLLE—Ortes MItchel at St. Joseph, Grand Master of AP and AM Lodge of Missouri, and other officials of the grand lodge at St. Louis will visit Hornersvllle's lodge tonight. Dr. S. J. Sculley of Hot Springs grand master of Arkansas, will either attend or send a representativ to the meeting. Supper is to be served at 6 for visiting Ma.sons from over Southeast Missouri. from Po»« * Merle Burns; BtyUwville Br«ld«>t« DMricfe $10— U, W. Moore; tB-Mr. & MM. Phillip J. Hord; $6 — Mrs. Byron Moore, Gus Ebetdl, Mrs. Fred Steadman, .Mr. & Mrs. Guy Burlts, Mr. * Mrs. Charles Graham. J. O. Huey, Mrs. i. Q. NMh; $3 — Forrest Moore, Mrs. E. L- Boggs, Mr. & Mrs. A. E. HunUey $2~Malcum Doyle. Ulllan Shaver, Mrs. O. S. Knudsen, Mrs. F. Johns, Mis W. O. Higginson, Mrs. 0. 0. Smith. SI — Mrs. Clyde Pardue, Eugene Mays, c»rl.'s Grocery, J. O. Lmtz, Mrs. Bruce Edwards, Mn. J. E- Moler, W. M. Craig; A. C. Haley, Mrs. Louis Cash, Mrs. Herman Walls, Mrs. S. J. Cohen, Mrs. Sylvia R. Crowe, Mrs. B. Martin. Mrs. C. Fowler, Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Mrs. H. H, MathiS, Mrs. Jack Robinson, C. A. Brents, Mary Droke, I. L. DeShazo; C. W. Short, Mrs. Henry Layson, Mrs. L. E. Old, Mrs. S. Jiedel, Mrs. C. A. Hindman, Pokey Barham, Mrs. George Barham, Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr.; Mrs. Harold Knopp, Mrs. BIDS' King, Bill Noble, Mrs. anil Damon, Mrs. Neely Flowers, T. A. MteH Grocer Wrenn, Mrs. Ivy Crawford, Mrs. Herman Hoffman, Mrs. F. L. Wicker, Mrs. Qrval Glide, Nina Nations, Mrs. Eddie Saliba,, Mrs. C. E. Hood, Carlos Cable, W. D. Crocker, W. L. Styles; Virginia Fully. J. C. Cower, H. M. Sanford, Mrs. Don Wilhehn, W. B. Stiles, Mrs. L. A. Cothren, Mrs. John Holland, Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. C. E. EcWs, Mrs. T. I. eSay, Mrs. Boyce Moore, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Mrs. Lcroy Huddleston, Mary Sue Wright, Mrs. O. W. Kapp, Mrs. ePte Burnham. Colored Residential District: $1 — Divinia Johnson, Carry Green, Clont Wellchance, Bend Scott, Daisy Scott, Carrie B. white. Hoyti Schedules Easter Egg Hunt HAYTI — For the seventh year, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will sponsor an caster egg hunt here. The hunt for children up to the fourth grade will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday in Northside Park. Prizes will be awarded to all the children, according to a member of the sorority. Two Trams Collide at Paragould PARAGOULD, Ark. Cfl ~ T\vo Cotton Belt trains collided just bo- fore diuvu here today, hurling fivu cars and a locomotive from the tracks and causing damage estimated ftt nearly $50,000. No one was reported injured. Four cars from a northbound freight and the engine nnd baggage car from a southbound passenger train from St. Louis, Mo., were derailed. Couon Belt Road Foreman Ralph Miller estimated damage fit between $40,000 and $50,000, He said one freight ctir was a total loss. The H7-car freight was pulling onto n siding when tho oncoming passenger train struck the ninth freight cnr from the end of the train. IncVnded on the passenger list of the passenger train was Cotton Belt Train Master Bill Ware. He wns en route to Pino Bluff, Ark. to attend n railroad meeting. Miller said train crews shotik have ihc tracks cleaved by tonight Several crossings were closed t< traffic. COURT Charlene Pierce Set For Role in Pageant Miss Charlene Pierce is included in the cast of the 16th annual Easter pageant to be presented at Mary Hardln-Baylor college. Miss Pierce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Pierce of BlythevlUe, will take part In the crowd scenes in the pageant whicrf^portrnys the last days of Christ on enrth. Flying Saucer Death MANILA ISl — The Daily Mirror today reported the Philippines had n death "attributable to a flying saucer." It said Angel Lamar was killed when he came to blows with Maxim Lamer in n dispute over flying saucers. State Hospital Escapees Sought LITTLE ROCK W—Police in five states today wer; alerted for foui inmates of the State Hospital here who broke out of the crimlna ward yesterday and fled in a com mnndcered car. The men, three of them believed dangerous, overpowered two hospl tal attendants and forced twi women visitors from their car. State Police said here they hat no lends as to [he whereabouts o the escapees or in which direction they might have fled. A fifth inmnte, identified ns J. D Mnrtin, however, was picked up short time later by city police. The men still at large were iden titled as Andrew Wilkersoii. 20, parole violator from the Arkansa Prison Fnrm at Tucker; Alfre Whitlock, 32, who wns arrested b: nn oil-duty patrolman here in a: attempted robbery of a grocer store; Vender Hughes, 34, charge at Texarkana, Ark., with burglary nnd Carl Crumley, 23, charged Union County with car thdt. Dr. Robert G. Cnni;i!mn, nssis tant superintendent, said Willed son, Whlllock nnd Hughes mlgh be dangerous. ^fttlOO-MILLION-DOLLARLOOK! Israel to Try Soik Vaccine JERUSALEM ((Pi — Israel says is going to carry out a ntitioin immunization program ugains pi Ho this month, using GOO liters (6; quarts) of America's newly devc oped Salk vaccine. The Health Ministry announce some 100 medical tenms wotil tour the Jewish nation Inoeulntin all children between the aB cs months and 3 yenrs whose parent give permission. The ministry snld the vaccine was D gift from the U. S. National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. All-Steel Boot Proves too Heavy (Continued from Page U ife snd child abandonment. Andy Terry's conviction of drunk- 11 driving In Municipal Court was pheld us was a similar conviction f Jim Jackson. Entering guilty pleas wore OUir- nco Sullivan, grand larceny; Moris Jenkins, burglary: Willie Bryan, .rivinK a car without owner's pcr- ntssion; Ben Arnold, assault with ntcnt to rob; Rvifns Rhlnes, as- tuilt with intent to rob; Zack Mays, 'cond degree murder; S. Q. Arm trong, driving Qtir without owner's nission, niul Howard OUs Lee Vord, bnrylary and tirand larceny. Benny Joe Rodgers. charged with airnnl abuse, plead not guilty. Jolm- iy Ray Nelson, who plead not gulls' to a charge of disposing of title- •ett»lnt'd property, hurt his ease continued. Bond was set at $500, Local Men Attend Dealer Meeting -3. E. England, James England, 'alvin McNair, C. R. Cronk nnci Malcolm Doyle were to be In Little Rook today to attend a sales neeting of Arkansas Magnolia dealers. Over (JOQ dealers were scheduled ,o be on hand. Now Is The Time... To Select Your Piano at Beard's Temple of Music We have -jusl received a carload "of new Wurlllzers and now hare The largest selection of new and used pianos ever assembled in Northeast Arkansas 01 Southeast Missouri. New and used sponets, uprights anrl grands — in nil finishes, We linve a piano to fit every neec and every budget, and sull 01 convenient monthly or fall terms New Pianos—S.17J up Used Pianos—S 75 up BEARD'S Temple of Music Telephone CKdar B-2233 201) East Main — Pnrngoulil, Ark. ST. LOUIS HI — An «ll-steel 15>n boat built by a former Missls- .ppi River pilot to his back yard roved too heavy for its scheduled laldon cruise through St. Louis raffle to the river, but its owner sn'l worried. Jay W. Lloyd says his "retire- lent homf-oii'the-water" will be n the wnler as soon ns ho finds trailer and truck heavy enough o get her there. The twin-engine boat, 40 feet ong with two cabins nnd air condl- lonlng, wns to have been launched cslerday In the Mississippi. But It bogged down > trailer when Jacked off Its blocks In Lloyd's back yard In suburban University City. He called a tow truck, but H wasn't up to the Job either. "We'll iust get a new permit and heavier hauler," snld Lloyd, a 48- year-old grandfather who views the moving problem as nothing compared to the 15-month building Job. A newly - born kangaroo is ofily nbout one Inch long and weigh! approximately -350Ui of a pound. M»D COMPLETELY PUSH BUTTONS Ask to see it at your Dealers ill's Refrigeration Service 2337 Birch St. Phone PO 3-6986 3 YEARS TO PAY A PAINT JOB Let us write specifications and get several bids. Aluminum Screens and Storm Sash. At prices you ANEW ROOF of Certain-teed quality. Have us check room and make estimate. Remodeling Or Repairs of all kinds. Big or little, PHONE 3-455T E.C. Robinson Lumber Co. Blytheville, Ark. 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HI TV PAOI ft* TIMES AND ITATIOW PACKAGED ICE CREAM ICE CREAM ICE CREAM ICE CREAM ICE CREAM JCE CREAM ICE CREAM Guaranteed Quality We manufacture our own High Quality Ice Cream KREAM KASTLE DRIVE IN REE X-RAY Following is a complete schedule for the Mobile X-Ray Unit which will be in Mississippi County April 5 through April 22. All persons 14 years of age and older are urged to take advantage of this FREE X^RAY. DATE TOWN PLACE HOURS Tuesday, April 5 Lcnthville Wednesday April fi Manila Thursday, April 7 Dell Friday, April 8 Armorel FJlytheville Saturday, April 9 Blytheville Monday, April II Hlythevillc Tuesday, April 12 Blylhcvilie Wednesday, April 13 Luxora Thursday, April 14 Osceola Friday, April 14 Osceola Monday, April 18 Wilson Tuesday, April 19 Joiner Wednesday, April 20 Dycss Thursday, April 21 Reiser Friday, April 22 West Riclg« Rodman's Hospital .. 9-12 A. M.,-1-4 P. M. Legion Hu'. 9-12 A. M., 1-4 P. M. Beauty Shop 9-12 A. M., 1-4 P. M. Armorel Store 8:30-11:30 A. M. West End Fire Station 1:30-4:30 P. M. Court House Square 9-12 A.M., 1-4:30 P.M. Court, House Square 9-12 A.M., 1-4 :?0 P.M. Court House Square 9-12 A.M., 1-4:30 P.M. Lux Theatre 9-12 A.M. 1-4 P.M. Planter's Bank .. . .9-12 A. M., 1-4:30 P.M. Planter's Bank .... 9-12 A.M. 1-4:30 P.M. Wilson Tavern 9-12 A.M., 1-4 P.M. Ben Butler Co 9-12 A. M., 1-4 P.M. Dycss Drug Store .... 9-12 A.M., 1-4 P.M. Reiser Supply 9-12 A.M., 1-4 P.M. Portls Mercantile 9-12 A.M., 1-4 P.M. SPONSORED BY MISSISSIPPI COUNTY TB ASSOCIATION Thit Ad Court.iy of Blytheville Water Co.