The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1955 · Page 12
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fAOBTWSLYf BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.)' COURIER KEWg TUESDAY, APRIL 8,13SS Churchill Resigns As Prime Minister (Continued from Page 1) head the government and the Conservative party. The party has a clear 21-vote majority in the House ot Commons. Elder Statesman Churchill is expected to stay on in Commons in the role of an elder statesman. The Prime Minister's announced schedule for today read like rou- |i ne — Cabinet meeting at noon question period opening the House session at 2:30 p.m. and an audience with the Queen In the evening. But Churchill's historic stepdown Jrom power was expected to be woven within this regular prime Commodity And Stock Markets- N»w York Cotton llt'.M «wiaU«ni! May 3373 3373 3355 3362 July 3392 3303 3372 3382 Oct 3393 3394 3378 3393 pec 3402 3404 3389 3404 N«w Orleans Cotton May 3370 3370 33S5 3302 July 3390 33SO 3372 3379 Oct 3397 3397 3382 3392 Dec 3405 3405 3392 3400 Ckiccgo Com May 144'A 144'/« 143'/ s 143% July .... 146'/ B 147 145% 140'/, Chicago Soybeans May .... 251 251% 2501/4 250V 4 July .... 245% 246 243% 244 Sept 2331/4 239'/ 2 237% 238i/| Nov .... 2361/4 236% 235 2351/, Chicago Wheat May .... 211% 212','j 208 3 /4 209 July .... 195% 19014 193y B 194% New York Stock* A T and T 180 1-4 Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper .. Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward . N Y Central Int Harvester ....... Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum ..... Stud-Pak Standard of N J .... Texas Corp Sears .,,.., U s Sleel fill . BO 132 . 72 . 118 51 , 95 78 37 36 83 42 54 12 113 90 80 79 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III. lfl— (USDA)—Hogs 0,500; steady to lower; most sales 180-210 Ib 17.7518.00; popular price 17.75; outstanding No .1 and 2 grades 18.10; one small lot 18.25; light IIORS n.aO-85; Ulllk 220-240 Ib 11.25-50; 240-200 Ib 17.00-25; 270-380 Ib 111.5017.00; 150-170 Ib 17.00-5(1; sows 450 Ib down 15.25-75; over 450 Ib 14.0075; boars 10.50-13.00. Cattle 4,000, calves 1,200; fully steady. Including commercial and good steers at 19.50-22.00; lilith good of low choice at 24.50; heifers and mixed yearlings 18.00-21.0(1; cows utility and commercial 12.0014.50; few 15.00; cauner and cutler cows 9.50-12.00; bulls utility and commercial 13.50-15.00; good light yearling bulls 1B.OO-1H.OO: heavy fat bulls 11.00-12.00; camiur and cutter bulls 10.00-13.00; good and choice venters 19.00-20.00: Individual head prime to 28.00; commercial and good vcalera anc calves 14.00-19.00. ministerial work day. Queen Elizabeth had an engagement keeping her away from the pulace until 4 p.m. Churchill usually calls on the monarch at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays. But he could go earlier today to present his resignation. There was a good possibility lhat the Prime Minister's office would announce the change in time for the 6 p.m. British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) nev/KctiKl. Only on Kadlo Unless the London newspaper strike Is settled today, the BBC alone could bring the news to the British capital's eight million resident*. The city's nationally-circulated papers have been shut down for 2 days by a walkout of maintenance men. The BBC last night said the resignation of Churchill and the succession of Eden were "believed in Parliamentary lobbies to be extremely imminent." The government-sponsored radio and television service previously had carried only passing references to the expected changes. Last night Sir Winston and Ludy Churchill entertained the. Queen ond the Duke of Edmburgh at a resplendent dinner parly for 50 persons at No. 10 Downing St. It was the first time in Elizabeth's reign that she lias attended such an affair. To Go To Sicily Rumors that Churchill's retirement wa.s Imminent—heard several times in recent years—popped up again last month when it was announced that he would take his first real vacation in 18 months. He Is to leave for Sicily April 12. The reports gained prominent play in London newspapers before the strike. Not oiuu- hn.s Churchill unequivocally denied them. Day after day on the green-carpeted floor of Commoiis, he lias responded to pointed Laborlte questions about the rcporLs with cryptic witticisms and rapid-fire repartee. Once lie offered the advice that people flbould not be "misled by ail the chatter in the press." Although there need not he a general election until October, 1050, It Is widely felt that a new Prime Minister should seek a mandate from the country soon. May. June and October have been mentioned as likely dates. A retiring Prime Minister also offers the queen the resignations nf all of his Cabinet. This customary move gives the new Prime Minister a free hand In selecting Ills ministers. Eden, however, was expected to make few changes immediately. Churchill begun his often stormy political career in 1(100 under Queen Victoria. Obituary Robert Stigall Rites Wednesday Services for Robert Lee Stluall, 05, who died early today at his homo near Half Moon, will he conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Pull Oospel Church »t Hall Mora) i by the Rev. James Vorcn. Burial will he In Dogwood Cemetery wllh Cobb Funeral Home In charge. He was born at Cleveland, Ml.ss. Survivors include his wile, Avl- lou Stigall; eight daughters, Mm. Pauline Ford, of Natchez, Miss., Mrs. Neil! Arnold of Natche/., Sliirloy, Betty, Carolyn, Linda and Terry StiKiiH. all ol, Blytheville; and five sons, Robert Lee Sllgall, Jr., Jluey, Roy and Ronnie Stigall, nil of Biythcvllle, and William Stlgail of Detroit, Mich. Pallbearers will oe Olfford Slpes, Freeman Slpe.'i, Vlck Moslcy, George Springer, Herbert Whitney and Homer Faulk. Beekeepers Meet Saturday A mooting of nil iis.'iocinllcm mombers anil nil boekoopors of NorUienstcrn Arkunsiis Bcukuopors will bo held In Jonc.sburo In the nniu' 13nlldinK, Arkansas Slato College. Snturdny nt 11:00 a.m. The mcrilni; will Include i«l- drcssos by leading bee workers, lunch, diffusions on beekcfplnu and a business session with elcc- HOD nf olflcu'is of 1065. Mrs. Arkansas Contest Set LITTLE ROCK (/V) — About- 250 housewives will compete, here April 22 for the title Mrs. Arkansas. The winner will represent, Ar- kan-sius in the Mrs. Amerirn contest nt Elllnor Villace, Fin.. Mny 0-15. Contestant-s nre selected on the busts of homemnkiiiR nblllly, personality, character nnd lUlrncllve- New Enlistment- Program Is Told Seventy int*n will be accepted each week Ihrouyh Mny 5 for the U. S. Army from the Fourth Army nrfiii for direct assignment to the 10th Infantry Division undtr the Army'.t new unit rotntlon plan, which allots direct enlistinenl.H to Army units bound for overseas commiindfi. The 10th Infantry Division, now stationed nt Fort Ftlley. Kiinsas, is scheduled to replace the 1st Infantry in Wur/burfJ, Germany, thin summer. Assignments to such ,a unit have Its advantages. For Instance, personnel being assigned to the 10th Division will be able to plan tliclr future Army careers knowing the division will remain in Germany for 33 months before returning to Fort Riley for a minimum tour of 31 months in the United Stales. Such planned stability will assure fewer moves and separations from fiimilica. Enlistments are open to men with or without prior military service provided they meet current enlistments standards. Those accepted for enlistment will be sent to Join the 10th Infantry Division at Fort Hlley for training before moving to Germany. Those interested may contact SFC Murl D. Ring of the Blylhc- vilel U. S. Army Recruiting Station located at City Hall. Ewing Speaker AtBurdetteClub Joe ISwlng, farm consultant for First National Bunk, wius (he spenker at BurduUe's Ayrlciilture Club last night when about B5 persons wore on Imnd. Mr. Ewing touched on such farm problems as labor, irrigation, so- clul Nf'.curlLy, [tnuncliig and fertlll- xnllon. R. H. Crook Is president of the club. Chicago Firm Has Low BAFB Bid i,rrn.,E ROCK i/n — Tim u.s. Engineers today iiniHHinced (hi; j iippiirent low bidder for conslnic-i (lull of u UtuHc hruUmmt'lt-TK tilliltl- Inl! lit Hie Bl.vlhcvillf All Piuri' Haw; was tin 1 Midland Ciin.slnititur.s, Inc., Chicago. The npitprait low bid was SOO.- OUO. Government I'.stimatt' for die job wa.s $!lH., r )f)l. Tile ('ngint'iT.s ol- tlee sail! n contract for t.hr work probably would be let Thursday or Friday. COURT i , Helen Proctor Helen Proctor To Try For Mack Show Ily H. I/. YKAGOR STEELE — Miss Helen Proctor Sleek- — school senior, as a so lolst, will he In the final tryout ol 20 contestant.'; of the mldsouth ofr the Ted Mack amateur show. The finals will be In Memphis at 10 a.m. Wednesday and ten selected acts will Join with nine to 12 acts which Mack will bring with him U apfcar In a tow-hour variety shov lit the Auditorium at 8:30 that eve ning. Miss Proctor won a first in voici hi the high school meet at Cap< Glrardcau this spring. She alsi won a livst among 12,500 contest ants In the WMPS, Memphis radii station, mid-south contest last yea In .the five first places awarded. Miss Proctor, featured in popular church and classical numbers has appeared locally and in the mid south on numerous programs th past two years. She Is a student or Mra. O. T. coil of stcele. Accompanying her will be Charles York Johnson, a Junior of Steel' High School, who has won recog riltion in volee and at the piano and organ, fn 1953 he won first place in the school meets at Columbia and Gapu Glrardeau. He also was first in the WMPS 1054 contest, making two of tin first awards coming io Steele out of the five awards. One of Miss Proctor's numbers in the Wednesday tryout will be, "Thanks for Calling." She Is to ta prepared for several numbrs, how ever. Chief Inspector in this contest will be Lloyd Marx, New York producer, who will present the selected UilcLit to Ted Mack at the mld- .south show. The Steele Orchestra, comprised of H. G. Bomar, Daniel Doris, Gerald Moss, Robert Burdine, Charles Johnson at the piano, and Miss Proctor, vocalist, won a fourth placo in Hie seml-firmls of the Mack mid-south tryouts. chai'Kc against Ada Marie Counts was entered on Municipal Court ilocukt tills morninu. The case wa.s continued lo '1,'liursdny. Junior Kuight forfeited bond o $19.75 on a speeding chtirKe. Assault Charge Lodged An ivssnuU \vlth (loudly weapon New Location DIXIELAND BAITERY Formerly at 511 Chirltasawba Now Limited -11,1 21sl St. (Next to llm'.v's fJrooirry) Day & Night Service Roaches—Minnows— Worms — Al! Types Tackle and Lure Spend the Spring, Summer and Fall in Buy on our Lay-Away Plan Live In luxury from now until topcoat time, in the suit that stretches your clothing allowance. You'll like the way you look in famous, wrinkle-shedding Palm Keach. It's light in weight but long on wear. Superbly tailored by .lason, with the the fine detailing, the handsome styling you want. Sl7.es 34 In 40 Rcffitlnrs and Lonps MARTIN'S MENS STORE "IVERYTHINa FOR MfN and BOYS" (Continued from Page 1) ceny charge Howard Otis Lee Wurd was given a five year suspended sentence with .payment of court costs and pending good behavior. Clarence Sullivan received a three year suspended sentence with «oo(i behavior and payment of court costs on a charge of grand larceny. Edward H. Hall was given a five year suspended sentence during [jood behavior and payment of jourt costs on a charge of grand larceny. On forgery charges, Joe W. Smith received a three year suspended sentence,,pending good be- liavior and payment of costs and on an uttering charge a suspended two year sentence pending good behavior. Harlye Jult Davis received a five year suspended sentence to the state penitentiary during good behavior. Lee Fulbright and J. C. Williams each received three year suspended sentences during good behavior on a charge of grand larceny. Layton Whisensant was given a three year sentence which was suspended during good behavior nnd payment of court costs on a charge of burglary, A petit larceny charge brought $50 fine for James Thomas. Quake Recorded BERKELEY, Calif. W— A "fairly large" earthquake, probably in northern Mexico or the Gulf ol California, was recorded at University of California at 7:13:15 a.m. PST today. Ne* 1955 Air Conditioner Hubbard & Son Furniture Uranium Orr Believed Found Near Batesville BATESVO/LE, Ark. W — Ore found in a cave north of here may contain uranium, the important element used in atomic reactors and bombs. The entrance to the cave, which is near Chinn Springs, was discovered after heavy raina washed concealing dirt away. George Mydland, president of Clarksvllle Mining Co., says the ore definitely contains high grade manganese, and that It is radioactive. He says laboratory tests are being made to determine whether uranium Is present. FORMOSA (Continued from Page 1) that the report was a natural speculation following the disclosure that the Red Chinese Luchiao airfield about 100 miles north of the Mulsus was being finished sooner than expected. The only report of action today was that Nationalist planes strafed two small gunboats in Meichow Bay 90 miles south of the Matsus. Steele Seniors Present Ploy STEELE — The Senior Class ol Steele High School presented "Aunt Cathy's Cat" at the Auditorium Friday night. The mystery comedy was rendered by a cast of Jerry Bedford, Oladlt Willjajns, Sue McGee, Ginger Yarbrough, Helen Proctor, Barbara Franklin, Daniel Dorris, Richard Hall, Shirley Davis, Zula Marley, Wlllene Jackson, Arin Howe and Jerry, Christian. The play was directed by Mrs. Ralph rjawson of the English department. Specialties were given by Patricia West, Joyce Grtssom, H. G. Bimor and Gerald Moss. Sonny Lovelace was master of ceremonies. Don Atkins Running For Ouachita Office Dan Atkins' petition lor president of the student senate was one of the 30 petitions received for class offices at Ouachita College. A primary election will be held April 19. The field will be narrowed to two candidates per position in the primary election. A final election will be held April 21. Atkins, of Blytheville, is opposed by Will Rodgcrs of Stuttgart and Bill Standiford of Hot Springs. Three Pilots Die In Airline Crash RONKONKOMA. H, T. (/P>— Three United Airlines pilots were killed yesterday when t four-engln« DCS crashed and burned on a routine check flight. The plane, which carried no pM- sengers, had just taken oft* Jrom MacArthur Airport near here and was barely 150 feet from the ground when it swerved into th« scrubby underbrush, observers reported. There was no immediate explanation of the crash. The dead were Henry Dozier, 40, Montclair, N. J.; Stanley O. Hoyt, 45, Hicksville, N. Y.; and Vernis H. Webb, 35, New York City. Ansco Ready Flash Outfit Complete »s $O95 Illustrated [j $1 Down—50c a Week O'STEEN—111 W. 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