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MGE TWELVE JJLVTHWV1LLK (AKK.) GOUK1KR MONDAY, AUGUST S, Few Governors Back Go-Slow Policy on Tax Reduction Issue By MORRIE LANDSBCRd SEATTLE (AP) — Four Republican governors, and at least one Democrat, iwung be- heind President Eisenhower today in urging a go-slow policy on tax reductions. The support formed as Eisenhower planned a flying trip here tonight, following Sen. Robert A. Taft's funeral, to attend his first National Conference of Governors. He is scheduled to return to Washington tomorrow. Commodity And Stock Markets- Hew York Cotton Open High Low Close Oct 3376 3384 3373 3384 Dec 3402 3409 3397 3409 Mar 3419 3432 3419 3432 May 3424 3436 3423 343C New Orleans Cotton Open High Low Close Oct 3371 3381 3368 3381 Dec . -. 3397 3408 3392 3406 Mar 3419 3432 3419 3432 May 3424 3435 3422 3435 Chicago Corn High Low Close Sep 1.48V3 1.46% 1.4tJVj Dec l-39'/» 1.37% 1.38 Chicago Wheat High Low Close Sep 1.97'-j 1.96'i 1.96'i Deo 2.04% 2.02->1 2.02% Chicago Soybeans High Low Close Sep 2.57% 2.55 2.55'i Nov 2.49',4 2.47% 2.47% Jan 2.5211 2.50-Jt 2.50T, Mar 254V4 2.53 2.53'/i New York Stocks A T and T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola ...'. Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomer Ward N Y Central IBS . 77 . 33% . 53 . 73% 112i/ ? .' eO'i . 59 Vi . 24% Int Harvester 28 J C Penny 70% Republic Steel 49% Radio 25 Socony Vacuum 35% Studebaker 31 Vt Standard of N J 75 Texas Corp 57 J ,i Sears .' 59 U S Steel 39 3 ,4 Sou Pac 44^.i Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. ( — (USDA)—Hogs 9,000; moderately active early; late trade dull; barrows and gilts 25-50 lower, mostly 35-50 lower on choice 200240 Ib; bulk of these 24.25-5(1; about two loads 24.60; 250-270 Ib 23.00-75; 180-190 ib 23.50-24.00; some late hogs not sold; few lots 120-140 Ib 18.00-20.00; sows 400 Ibs down 19.75-21.5; heavier BOWS 17.25-19.25: boars 12.00-15.50. Cattle 8,500, calves 1,850; open- Ing slow on steers: few high choice and medium weight kinds 25 or more lower at 25.5075; high choice mixed yearlings 25.25; utility to good mixed yearlings barely steady at 11.00-19.00; cows opening about steady; utility and commercial 10.00-12.00; canners and cutters 7.00-9.50; bulls and vealers steady; utility and commercial bulls 11.00-13.50; canner and cutter bulls 8.00-10.50: commercial 12.00-16.00. The conference chairman, Democratic Gov. Allan Shivers of Texas ia an address prepared for the opening business session, reported "significant progress' in the field of federal-state relations. And he credited it largely to Eisenhower. Many governors have contended for years that the taxpayers would pet more for their tax dollar if the federal government turned back certain tax and welfare functions to the state. Shivers said President Eisenhower made it clear he wanted the cooperation and assistance of the stales' executives; that the close accord between the new administration and the governors' conference led to the launching of a full-scale study of federal-state tax problems. Outside the four-day conference, there was evidence of widespread support among Republican governors for Eisenhower's attempt to increase the legal limit of the federal debt. Of the 43 governors here. 3] are Republicans. Kentucky Democrat Backs Ik« Gov. Dan Thornton o fColorado, Republican and an early pre- conventlon backer of Elsenhower, TRUCE (Continued from Page 1) check. They'll be put aboard United States bound ships in groups of 400, and be assigned no duties on the 12 to 14-day voyage to Seattle or San Francisco. Seriously 111 repatriates may be flown directly to Lhe United States. II was considered likely that a .landful of men indoctrinated in Communist prison camps will be separated and flown home in smaller groups. The joint Military Armistice Commission, holding regular meetings to get the truce machinery functioning, Monday approved plans for a headquarters aside the demarcation line fixed by the truce signed a week ago. MaJ- Gen. Blackshear M. Bryan, chief U. N. member, said, "This way, I won't have to go to him (the have Communists) nnd he won'.t to come to me." told a reporter there Is a better prospect for cutting taxes next year than the situation indicates now. By that time, he said, the administration will be able to put in its own program, Thornton Joined three other Republican governors who in separate news conferences yesterday advocated ihat Congress set aside any moves to cut taxes until after the federal budget Is balanced. A Democrat.. Gov, Lawrence Wetherby of Kentucky, agreed. But Republican Gov. J Bracken Lee of Utah dissented. Long an outspoken exponent of lower taxes, he said In an interview: "I don't know how you can cut spending unless you cut taxes." He said everyone agrees the budget should he balanced but that "a lot of American people are getting discouraged" over continuing high taxes. Republican Governors Alfred E. Driscoll of New Jersey, Arthur B. Langlie of Washington and Walter J. Kohler of Wisconsin declared however, it would be better in the long run to keep taxes high while the administration tries to trim expenditures. Tried By Inherited Policies "We have a political dilemma in which it is bad if you don't cut taxes snd bad if you do," said Driscoll. "But I believe the political effect of deficit spending is worse than not cutting taxes." Thornton said Eisenhower has been tied down by Democratic spending policies he inherited, but n^xt year "it wfll squarely be the responsibility of the Republican party to put in our own program." There con be "no excuses" then, he said. The President is expected to arrive in time for the formal state dinner tonight. Secretary of tlie Treasury George M. Humphrey will be the main speaker. Eisenhower will sit in on what may prove a lively discussion tomorrow on natural resources. There may be questions, for instance, on how far the administration intends to go on encouraging private development of hydroelectric power. S-Months-Qld Dell Girl Dies; Rites Tomorrow Services for Shirley Ann Hatley, five-months-old daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Elzin Hiitlcy of Doll, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. w. n the Cobb Funeral Home Chapel. The infant died this morning following an illness of three weeks. Survivors other than the parents include seven sisters, Bcttie Jo, Nellie .Jo, Mary Louise, Bonnie Mae, Dorothy Jem Mildred Fnyo. New Cabi For Italy Cars Collide Here A minor traffic mishap occurred at the corner of Broadway and Main tale Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Ira Gill of Dell was traveling north on Broadway across Main when W. H. Walker turned off Main onto Broadway, Mr. Walkers automobile struck the rear fender and btfniper of the car driven by Mrs. Gill, causing slight damage. Film Sermon to Be Shown At Negro Church Here "You Can't Win," a film sermon featuring Dr. Bob Jones. Sr., founder of Bob Jones University, Gruon- Sue and I villc, S. C., will be shown at West i End Negro Baptist Church at the Buriiil will be in Dogwood Cenie-1 regular prayer meeting Aug. 5. cry. I Showing of the film, by the Rev. Boh McA-listcr, associate pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, is sponsored by the W«'.st End Church congrega- Ancicnt Egyptians painted the iyure of an enemy on the. soles of heir snndnls so they could insult Im daily by treacling him underfoot. tion. The forty-minute film is based on one of Dr. Jones' evangelistic sermons. We Are Pleased to Announce that - - TOLER BUCHANAN Is Now a Partner and Active Manager Of The • W! ^^ m^ « •^r Insurance Hotel Glenco Building — Blytheville Ark. Young»r Man To Try to Shop* Government ROME MB—A younger man from the right hand side of the middle of the road today began trying to form a new Italian Cabinet as pro- American A I c 1 d e de Caspar! walked out on the premiership he has held since World War IT. The sharprfaced Christian Democrat chief felt for a mountain holiday after an hour's talk with his former deputy premier, Attilio Piccloni. The latter told President Lui^l Einaudi he would try to weld a government together and began sounding out other political leaders, seeking support. . The pro-American De Gasperi, whose eighth Cabinet fell last Tuesday under the combined right-and- left assault of the Communists, Socialists, Monarchists and Fascists, left town still an uncompromising centrist. "I'm goinp to rest nnd read Virgil," he told newsmen, "and I'll read the Bible where it's written in the Book of Proverbs, 'Turn neither toward the left nor toward the right.' " De G aspen siiid he had refused to try again to solve the government crisis because "I believe Piccioni will be better adapted than I am to overcome the new complications." Political observers agreed Piccioni, deputy leader of the Christian Democrats but more conservative than the former premier, might be able to attract some rightist support, New Blood De Gasperi, architect of Italy's close collaboration with the United States and the North Atlantic Alliance, was widely expected to continue as foreign minister, but the large conservative Rome daily "I! Messaggero" called his trip to the mountains an uncompromising walkout. The newspaper said his actions made it clear he has already declined to take the foreign ministry in a new government, The conferences with other politicians were expected to occupy the energetic, 61-year-old Piccioni, World War I aviator, at least until midweek. Legion Commander Gots on Tour NEW YORK <fl>)—Lewii K. Cough, national commander of th« Amtrl* can Legion, flew to- 2urop« yegter- day for a tour ot England, Franc*, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, He,said,he wanted to look Into the psychological warfare program and American information service!. The purpose, he said, was "to further unity and strengthen a unified defense." He did not elaborate on this. Although the trip was unofficial and primarily "for the legion." he said, It was also a "fact-finding tour which President Eisenhower requested I make last November." TAFT (Continued from Page 1) go on and on. Many hereafter because of his ennobling example will gain inspiration to serve in the case to which he gave his full devotion. "That will be our lasting memorial in his honor." President Eisenhower adjusted his schedule to attend the funeral today and pay a parting tribute to | the man who himself aspired to [ the presidential nomination and then became the working partner of his party conqueror. Vice President Nixon, Cabinet nnd Supreme Court members, diplomats, military chiefs, dignitaries such as Gen. Douglas MacArthur, were invited to the services. The Senate and House were called into CONGRESS (Continued from Page H for? today's session. The Senate must act' on (ill four, the Hou.se hill, already approved by the House as modified yb Senate- 1. The $6.652,422,390 foreign aid House conferees. Trade Act. before the Senate in on two. They are: 2. Extension of the Reciprocal substantially the same form as previously adopted there. Con- ial objctions. to add a seventh member to the Tariff Commission. The House agreed Saturday to accept the change. 3. A $615,989,964 supplemental appropriation bill, requiring action by both Senate and House. It includes 20 million dollars for Korean relief, 70 millions for aid to school construction in defense- affected areas, 75 millions for the U. S. Information Agency and 46 ! /-t millions for civil defense. 4. .The $1,100,000,000 regular appropriation bill for the State, Commerce and Justice departments. The Senate will be asked to withdraw ft $12,500,000 item for airport construction. Dispute over this provision, added by the Senate, to the House-approved bill, has held it in conference. GOP Sessions Senate Republicans have called a meeting tomorrow to select a successor for Sen. Taft (R-Ohio), who died in New York Friday of cancer, Knowland, whom Taft personally chose in June to take the job on an acting basis, is expected to be elected permanently. The Senate completed congressional action on two key administration proposals Saturday. It sent to Eisenhower for signature House-approved bills to: 1. Permit admission of 214,000 aliens above regular quotas during the next three years. 2. Authorize the President to send 100 million dollars of government-held food surpluses, until next March 15, to needy peoples abroad. ih»ftd of time w> their memberi might proceed In a body to the rotunda in the center of the Capitol building. Bo4f to Cincinnati Aft*r the state memorial rites, the body will be flown to Taft'e native Cincinnati. There, It will lie in state at a funeral home until burial tomorrow at Indian Hill Episcopal Church cemtery. Tha Interment ceremony will be private, but simultaneously a public service will be held at Cincinnati's Christ Church. The emphasis of the services at the Capitol today was on dignity and brevity: An opening prayer by the Senate chaplain. Dr. Frederick Brown Harris, a eulogy by Taft's fellow Ohio senator, John W. Bricker; muted music and the national anthem by the Marine Band; a closing prayer by Dr. Bernard Braskamp, the House chaplain. Simple as these services may be, they have been held for only a dozen men in history, beginning with the martyred Lincoln. Twenty-three years ago, In March 1930, another Taft was honored thus— William Howard Taft, President, chief justice, and father of the senator. To offer the last accolades of official Washington, 900 persons were invited to the rites in the rotunda. MacArthur, a friend of Taft for years, Is flying from New York with his wife for the ceremony. Yesterday the people had their chance to give homage to "Mr. Republican," a man of stature climbed iteadlly up the broad M5t steps of the Capitol and streamed into the rotunda where JTaft lay In a bronw casket beneath a blanket of soft yellow roses. The lid was kept lowered because the family wanted it that way. most of them knew merely a« a name. LJd Lowered For nearly seven hours—from 1:47 p. m. to 8:03 p, rn.—they Hour after hour, on through the night an honor guard of soldiers, sailors. Marines and airmen, changing every half hour, kept vigil beside the bier. The Senate majority leader rested with head toward the west, an American flag at his right, the Ohio state flag his left. Two of the Capitol guides turned up in the line that filed past the coffin. So did several congressmen. But mostly just ordinary people strode by. Some had been waiting outside in the hot sun for an hour and a half, in a line stretching across the Capitol Plaza some 250 yards or so toward the Library of Congress. Gradually the line dissolved and tato COHWM didn't bm * wait. Taft'a body was flown from New York yesterday morning ta a Military Air Transport plane. Some of the family were aboard the plane, others met it at National Airport. The senator's ill widow and on* of the four sons, William Howard Taft III, were absent. Read Courier News Classified Ads. !f some people lived up to their Ideals, they'd have to walk all stooped over. «>HtA» Negro Deaths Lucinda Weaver Services for Lucinda Weaver, 54, who died Saturday at her home in Luxora, were to be conducted at 1 p.m. today in the Zion Baptist Church by Rev. I. H. Harvey. Survivors include one brother and two sisters- Caston Funeral Home was in charge. When its time To Repaint You'll save money by selecting good paint. Good paint lasts longer and the longer intervals between painting lowers your annual cost. We recommend VAN'-CALVERT Paints, made by "America's Oldest Mixed Paint House." Phone 4552 and we will figure the cost and recommend a good painter. E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER CO. INSTANT HOT WATER ALWAYS WITH A RUUD-HISPEED WATER HEATER! \v:itcr tor hc;ilth-prm'cccing, sanitizing rinse IN THE AUTOMATIC IAUNDRY IN THE BATHROOM . . . relax in . . . Ruud Hypccd is designed tub or shower any time. Ahvayi plenty o( hot water on tap with Ruud Hispccd! —-the fastir IN THE MODERN KITCHEN . . . speed hiind or automatic dishwashing—get up to 160° hot specifically to keep step with automatic washer demands ... supplies continuous 140°-160° water hcaterl iot water for germ-free washes. WE'IX FINANCE YOUR NATURAL GAS INSTALLATION GAS AND RUUD GIVE MORE YEARS OF ABUNDANT HOT WATER! HEAVY-DUTY CONSTRUCTION I The name Ruud has meant top- quality to. gas water heaters for over 60 years. Depend on the Ruud yjspeed for extra years of efficient service. SELECTIVE TEMPERATURES TO 160°! Accurate automatic controls keep water at the temperature you select. Simply dial for higher temperature—to take care of special needs. HIGHEST HOT WATER OUTPUT! Gas, the /«/«/ fuel, gives you today's fastest water heating in the Ruud ffjspeed. Sized for your needs, it replaces hot water so just there's never any waiting. THERE'S A m SPEED SIZE For YOUR Particular Needs! Performance-Rating miaiuns the hot u'attr strvici provided. It takes into account if mi of htating, tank capacity and stand ta/tttr ttmpfraturt. The model number of each Ruud water heater denotes the Performance-Rating. See Your N»lunl Gai Appliance Dealer TwUy Ark-Mo Power Co. * * * FOR HOT WATER IS 3 TIMES FASTER! * * * 12 Suggested Steps As A Program of Recovery. Step One: "We admitted we were powerless over alcohol, that our lives had become unmanagahle." No person is completely sufficient unto himself. But, when it comes to personal problems of our lives, our conciet gets in our way. We like to boast: "I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul." For example, take the alcoholic. He knows liquor is a problem for him, but he likes to boast he can stop whenever he really wants to. He sees others drinking who seem to be able to handle it, a^d his false pride refuses to let»'him confess he cannot do what someone else can. The alcoholic remembers when he could tpke a drink or two and then leave it alone. But IH'le by litfle a drink has become more imnortant ID him. In sober moments he realises he needs to cut down, mavbe even ston rlfopefher. He makes Mm- Sf'f bel'eve he is still the boss over limior, l'"it h» does not reed he'.n. Tn that state of mind be Is a slave, a chained prisoner, he is hopeless and doomed. Sometimes a man has to suffer a creat loss -— his business and his friends, his home. Ms health or his self-respect, before he ever gets honest with himself. "I admit I cannot handle this matter alone." is not a confession of weakness. It is the mark of a courageous and sensible man. SEE NEXT MONDAY'S PAPER FOR STEP NO. TWO. ALCOHOLICS ANONMYOUS Club Room over Hardy Furniture Co. Meeting Every Friday 8:30 p.m. Open to Public Ministers & Civic Leaders Invited Have You Tried The Drink All Blytheville Is Talking About? HIRES ROOT BEER Served From The "Wooden Keg" In Frosted Mugs Try Our Wonderful "Frosty" Sundaes 15c & 25« Fresh Strawberry Pineapple Chocolatt Black Walnut Cherry Banana Splits 30c Fountain Coca Cojs Brown Derby ... lOc & 15c Malls and Shakes extra thick "Frosty" cone* 5c-10c-15c All kind* of sandwich**. "FROSTY" at tht Razorback Drive-In "FROSTY" The Smoother, Deliciously Different Soft Ice Cream Trj It at the RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN. Served to .Ton In your car or come into our air conditioned coffee shop. The only milk bar In Blytheville where you can be served in air conditioned comfort. Bring your children Inside where it Is cool and comfortable. Take a Quart or Pint Home

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