COURIBB KBWB PAGE ELEVEN Eden Takes Over As Prime Minister Obifuanf (Continued from Page 1) tfclana are expecting » vote as larly at May 26. Even while Eden was at the palace Leftwing Laborite rebel Aneurin Bevan cut loose with a political blast which tipped the line that many Socialist! are likely to take in the drive to unseat the Conservative party. "Scarcely adequate to meet the challenge of the new hydrogen »ge." Sevan wrote in tbe Weekly Tribune, adding; "The problem for Sir Anthony Eden is that he does not possess a personal ascendancy over the rest of his colleagues." "Committee Leadership" Therefore, Bevan charged, Britain is likely to pass from personal to "committee" leadership, with no strong hand at the helm. Eden, like Churchill a friend and staunch ally of the United States, was certain to carry out many of the policies he and his old chief worked out together in the years of their close partnership. That association began as far back as 1938, when Eden—then 41—quit the government of Neville Chamberlain in a dramatic protest against appeasing the Axis dictators. Churchill reappointed him to the foreign secretaryship soon after he took over as Prime Minister May 10 1940, eight months after the outset of World War n. Again when Churchill returned to No. 10 Downing St. in 1951 alter six years >f Laborit* rule in the country, ht war leader called bis protege to direct foreign relations. Their association w»s so close thit it ultimately led to t, merger f their two families. Eden divorced his first wife, the wealthy Beatrice Beckett, in 1850 on ground* ot desertion. Two years later he married Churchill's niece, Clarissa Churchill, now 34. The changeover in leadership brought only a mild reaction among rank-and-file Londoners, who got the news largely through grapevine system stemming or- ginally from BBC newscasts. No Commodity And Stock May July Oct . Deo York Cotton (12:3« quotoU.ns) 3358 3360 3351 3379 3380 3370 ....... 3383 3384 3378 3394 3394 3389 New Orleans Cotton May . July . Oct . Dec . 3357 3375 3382 33B2 3357 3377 3383 3392 3350 3370 3379 3390 3355 3371 3371 S391 3352 3371 3380 3389 Chicago Corn May .. 143!/B 143% .July .... 145',!, 145% 142'/a 144y 8 Chicago Soybeans May .... 25154 252'/ 2 250>/< July .... 244% 245 243 Bept .... 238 238V< NOV .... 235'/< -235!4 Chicago Wheat May .... 208 3 ,i 20914 July .... 194Vz IB* 1 /. 23T/4 234% 207K, 193% 142% 145'/, 252 243% 231% 234% 208'/., 184% New York Stocks t. T Bnd T 179 7-8 Amer Tobacco 68 1-: Anaconda Copper 61 1-2 £eth Stool 139 3- Chrysler 73 3- Coca-Cola 122 1- Gen Electric , 51 3-8 Gen Motors 96 Montgomery Ward 78 3-4 N Y Central 383-8 Jnt Harvester 37 Republic Steel 85 1-i Radio 43 5-i Saccmy Vacuum 55 1-Stud-Pak 12 3-4 Standard of N J 113 5-! Texas Corp 96 3-4 Sears 81 5- D S Steel 82 1-4 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 tm— (USDA)—Hogs 7,500; harrow. and gilts 220 Ib down steady to Strong; 180-220 Ib 17.50-18.00; 220 230 Ib 17.50-75: 240-260 Ib 17.00 50; 150-170 Ib 17.00-50; sows 450 Ib down 15.25-16.00; over 450 Ib 14.25 15.25; boars 10.00-13.00. Cattle 2,800, calves 700; llttl done early; average and high gooc 22.50-24.00; choice mixed steers and heifers 24.50; commercial and good 18.00-22.75; utility and com mercial cows 12.00-15.00; canne and cutter cows 9.50-12.00; bull, steady; utility and commercia 13.50-15.03; canner and culler 10.00 13.00; vealers and calves 1.0 lower; good and choice vealers 18.00-25.00; prime to 27.00; com mercial and good 13.00-18.00; cull and utility 9.00-12.00. f o/o Annable Dies; Rites Are Friday Services will be held Friday morn- Ing at 10:00 at the First Methodist •ast emotional expected. impact had been For Eden, it was the summit of a long climb which began in December 1933 with his election to the House of Commons from the Warwick and Leamington division. He has held the seat ever since, the last 13 years heir apparent. as Churchill's Though he had waited patiently for years for the old man to step aside, Eden is younger than any prime minister since Stanley Baldwin first took office in 1923 at 56. The 80-year-old Churchill, meanwhile, made ready to move from the Trime Minister's residence af No. 10 Downing St. to his country home in Kent, Chartwell. He wil leave Tuesday for a vacation in Sicily, his first long holiday in 18 months. Good Old Winnie Loyal Britons, paced Downing Street until late last night, cheering for the idolized old warrior The "good old Winnie" shout was heard again and again, and the serenade: "For He's a Jolly Gooc Fellow." At 8:45 p.m. he leaned from a window, waved his cigar anc beamed. But the clamor continued until he appeared. at a window again at 11:40. Wearing a red dressing gown, he smiled, gave his famous V sign, then waved his arms in good-humored dismissal The curtains closed and the lights snapped out. After his return from Sicily Churchill is. expected to remain in the House of Commons as an ordinary member. But his voice as an elder statesman still will be according deep respect in the Western world. In a message to his long-time associate, President El senhower said yesterday: "Out of your great experience your great wisdom and your grea courage, the free world yet has much to gain. And we know thai you will never be backward ir bringing those qualities forward when we appeal to you for help as all of us are bound to do." Offered Dukedom The New York Times, in a dls patch from London last night, sail 'ueen Elizabeth had offered Churchill a dukedom but that hi had refused so he could remait in the House of Commons. He pre vlously refused at earldom in 1945 because it too would have moved him. to the House of Lords. The change in government lead ership meant a continuance Britain's close association wit America, the policy Churchill am Eden have administered togcthc since .1951. Eden sees eye to eye with Washington on all major i sues except the Formosa crisis. The British leader feels Chiang- Church in Osceola for Mrs. Bullard Annabla of Osceola, lolfl who passed away this morning at Osceola Hospital. She was 63 and had bean » resident of Osceola since 1936 at which time she moved from Wilson. The Rev. Garland Taylor of Marlanna will be assisted by the Rev. W. O. Scrlggins in the rites. Burial will follow in the Ermen Cemetery. All funeral arrangements will be handled by the Swift Funeral Home. She leaves her husband, Roy Annable; three daughters. Miss Ruby Annable. Mrs. Billy Barber, Mrs. F. E. Harmon, all of Oeceola; two sons, Paul Annable, Keiser, and David Annable, Wilson; three sisters Mrs. Vivian Woodside, Cypress, 111., Mrs, Hugh Anglin, Athens, Ga. Miss Nora Bullard, Bell City. Mo.; four brothers, Eugene Bullard, West Helena, C. Bullard, Helena, Clyde Bullard, Bell City, Boy Bullard Houlka, Miss., and five grandchildren. BRITAIN (Continued from Page 1) as devoted as Churchill was' to preserving the Anglo-American relationship, the foundation of free world alliances. But Churchill never let others forget he had an American mother Eden does not have this kind of emotional feeling toward the United states. Thus he may in the long run be somewhat more difficult for Eisenhower and Dulles to dea with than Churchill was. Bond Forfeited In Municipal Court this morning John Klute forfeited a $19.75 bond on a speeding charge. ELECTION (OoaMtMHd from Fog* * mm. Ill Steele's Soufh Ward Willie D. MoDaniel was elected for his lirst term by defeating Johnnie Holt. 80 votes, and H. T. Haygood, 32 votes. McDaniel polled M in the light voting. The newly elected Steels officials were sworn in nt » brief session of the city council last night. Cooler voters returned three Incumbents and two new members to the town's Jive-man city council which elects a mayor and city clerk from among their group. Returning as city cleric, a job he has held for the past 10 years, is Tom Hopper, with 97 votes. In addition to Archie Edwards (94) and Hopper, who were elected by the new council last night, other aldermen named in yesterday's voting were Tom Lewis (77), and Lewis Frnzler (103), incurr* bents, aud Jerry Brown (69). There were seven candidates in the race for five one-year terms. Two losers were Paul Lynn (67) and Tom B. Perry (60). The council last night also named W. O. Kearney city marshal. Holland elected five men to its town board for two-year terms. Two of them, Aaron Taylor and Monroe Martin, were incumbents. Also elected were Murray Potts Harbert Pugh and Noble North- cult, The group will select a councilman as mayor. Atom-Powered Car Planned MIAMI BEACH, Fla. W),. — The Ford Motor Co., Is conducting research on an atom-powered car. William M. Schmidt, Lincoln-Mercury engineer, said atomic energy is "definitely the coming thing" In the automobile industry atom car won't be marketed foreseeable future." Special Services Set for Wilson pre-lEnster revival is in progress at Wilson'; Baptist Church with services at 7:16 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. each day. The Rev. Tom C. Urey is evan- relist and the Rev. Don Spradllng s song leader. Both are stude-nts at Ouitchita College. The services will continue through Sunday. First Methodist Church at Wilson is having Good Friday services 7:30 p.m. A sunrise service Is planned for 6:30 Sunday morning with an Easter contain scheduled for 5 p.m. Sunday. Accident Reported In nn accident reported this morning by city police and which occurred Saturday night, slight damage was done to the front of one vehicle. The vehicles collided on Main and one, a Ford truck, was driven by Jim Nnlan of 600 N. Broadway. The other, ft car, was driven by James WiUford of Steele. SUICIDE Continued from P»l* 1 onar Holt snlrt Mrs. Knight gftvc this account of the Incident: Mrs. Knight and her daughter, Mnry Catherine, were taking a nap whtn Knight came In from his Job nt the hospital shortly niter 3 p.m. Knight snt down In a ohnlr nenr the bed nnd complsUned tlmt his bnck \vtis "hurting awfully bud." She and the girl got up and all three started out of the bedroom. As they left- the room. Knight reached into a closet nnd got the film. Mi's. Kuight said she walked on into the living room nnd turned around to see her husband standing in the hall with Uw gun In his mouth. It tired immediately. In addition to his wife, Erlene Knight, and daughter, he Is survived by his father, Clarence J. Knight, Sr., of Dlythevllle, and a sister, $lrs. Prank Pursley of Galveston, Texas. The Rosetta atone is famous be cause It supplied the key to Egyptian hieroglyphics. 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