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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 27, 1952
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FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1952 BLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW1 Murry Says He Cant Hold Out Golden Promises in Order to Gain Election By The AiiocUUd Press Ally. Gen. Ike Murry says that be won't promise to double "old- age pensions, teachers' salaries or roids" tn order lo be elected governor, but he will promise an honent administration, Speaking xt the annual Turtle Commodity And Stock 1 Markets— New York Cotton , Open High Low Close July 3970 4000 3970 4000 Oet. 3670 3704 3C70 3698 DfC. . 3M4 36S4 3854 3678 Mar. . 3640 3670 3638 3662 New Orleans Cotton Open High Lou- Close . . 3062 39S17 3961 3893 .. 3(166 3701 3M6 3OTJ .. 3649 3680 3649 3675 .. 363S 3368 3638 366'! July Oct. Dec. Soyb cans High Low Close Jlv 3295, 3-J6I, 339n S -P 313<i 309!., 312'', N OV i93" 3 291'i 283'.; J»n 295'i 263'i 235 f^Iar 296 ] , A '294 34 29B New York Slocks A T and T Amer Tobacco Derby Day at Oould. Ark., yesterday, Murry referred lo only one of his five opponents for the Democratic nomination — Cov. McHfath. He repeated his earlier charges, that the Incumbent did not have Ihe extierience for the position. McMaih Is seeking a Ihird term as governor. Jeff Speck of Frenchman's Bsyo Ark.. Ihe Republican candidate for governor, also spoke al the Derby festivities yesterday pointing to the sudden surge of presidential aspirants lo Arkansas as a need for ft ?-p:ir!y system. I>n said thai presidential candidates didn't "bother with Arkansas until they feared Ihe uprising of a 2-party system here." Sen. Estes Kelauver visited Arkansas yesterday. Averell Hari-i- man stopped In the stale last week and Sen Robert Kerr of Oklahoma is scheduled lo arrive Monday. OOP candidate Sen. Robert Taft made the keynole uddresn at the Republican state Convemion In April. Rep. Boyd TicVal of Nashville, filled his 121st speech singe the closing ol the Democratic ticket with condemnation of Gov. Me- Math. Speaking at Hope, he said 'hat the only people who support the governor were Iho-ie "who expected lo get somelhlng out of it." Jack Holt, Little Rock attorney, ai)d Chancellor Francis Cherry of Jonesboro, who also are seeking Ihe Democratic nomination, remained In Pulaski county yesler- dav. WEATHER (Continued from Page 1) last two days. It was 102 in Newark yesterday. There were seven heat deaths each in Ohio and Pennsylvania; four each in New York and Massachusetts; (hree each in Mary- hind and Tenejsee; two in Indiana and one each in Alabama, Georgia, Iowa and South Carolina. Hospitals in the Washington DC., area reported 183 persons had been WELFARE (Continued from Page 1) ed Mrs. Ratclifl's talk, the problem of keeping Juveniles In jails while awaiting disposition o( their cases '.vas brought tip. Mrs. Rntclif/ said some judges prefer to parole children to their parents rather than place them in jails with adult prisoners. In any case, she said, the judge must weigh tfle possibility o! a second delin- 15! 1-8 577-8 45 i SO 3-4 773-4 112 1-2 62 58 69 3-4 41 1-8 27 39 37 80 1-2 59 54 3-8 39 5-8 82 I-ll wlth Anaconda Copper Beth Steel « rys!er ca-Cola Gen Electrio Gen Motors Montgomery Ward . N T Central lilt Harvester J O Penney Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum .... Studebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears U S Steel Sou Pac Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. l;pr— IUSDA>— Hogs 6500; active; barrows and gilts 50 to 80 higher than Thursday's average; most advance on weights under 230 Ibs; tows steady to strong: choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 18(1-230 Ibs 21.15-22.25; largely 22.00 up with few loads choice Nos. 1 and 2 190-220 Ibs 22,35; highest since May '22; 240270 Ibs full width of choice grade 20.50-21.75; few 280-300 Ibs 19.1520.25; 150-170 Ibs 19.00-15; 120-140 Jbs I.i5'ia.50: sows 400 Ibs down y^'. 50-18. 00; heavier sows 15.5011.00; stags 13.00-15.00: boars 10.00-13:00. Cattle 550, calves 350; fully steady at tha week's advance; individual head and small lots good and choice butcher steers and heifers 29.00-33.00; utility and commercial kind 20.00-27.50: utility and commercial cows 18.00-20.00; nan- ners and cutters 13.00-17.50; utility and commercial bulls 20.00-24.00; cutter bulls 16.00-18.00; good and choice vealers 27.00-30.00; sorted prime to 32.00; utility and commercial vealers 19.00-26.00. treated for heat prostration in the i ql ' e " c5 ' a S»inst the possible results ' of association with adult prisoners, Solution SHU Sought Judge White said this problem as a serious one and although the lasl two Hays. The number included 13 firemen who were overcome fighting a warehouse fire in 101- degree weather yesterday. Thirty-five soldiers at Camp Gordon. Augusta, Ga., were treated al the post hospital yesterday for heat, prostration. The mercury climbed 10 a sizzling 107 yesterday, nne of the highest readings in the country, Miami reported a high of 89 as .compared with a record of 91 for June 26. But readings above 100 were general in the Deep South. It wns a record 100 in Jacksonville and 98 in Tampa. Other lop marks in the South Included 108 in Bambcrg. S.C.: 102 in Richmond; 10(i in Nashville. St. Louis continued to sv,'eHer, of-'". same reading reported iti Kansas City. The Irony of It RICHMOND. Va. lt\ The temperature reached 103 degrees in Richmond yesterday but officials ol the State Highway Department weren't given the day off. They were very busy studying bids on snowptowa . With the Courts Common Pleas: J. H. Mednikow and Compariv vs. Roland Karr. replevin. Circuit Court; ^' Holland Aiken. .suit to change name. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark, FRIDAY "THREE STEPS NORTH" I.loyd liridgOK & I.ea Patlnvaki Negro Deaths Melendia Williams Services for Melendia Williams, 63. of Blytheville Vill be conducted Sunday at 11 a.m. in the Nemiah Temple Baptist Chnrcli by Elder M. Jones. She Is survived by t^-o daughters. Baby Flex of Blytheville and Wed- cr Vernon of Clarksvllle. Miss.; and two sons. Thomas Morris of Helena and Jimmy Morris of Benton. Burial will ie In Mt. Zion Cemetery. Ca.ston Funeral Home Is In charge. * • * Kot/e Mao Potion Services for Katlie Mae Patton 68, of Promised Land will be conducted Sunday at, 11 a.m in the Morning Star Baptist Church bv Rev. S. A. Parker. She is survived by her husband Frank Patton; two brothers. Wilson Martin of Craw/ordsville and Curtis Evans of Chicago, ill.; and a .sister, Mary Miilhns of BIylheville Burial will be In Burton Spur Cemetery, with Caston Funeral Home In charge. • » • Frances Teggi Services for Prances Teggs 57 of Blytheville will be conducted Sunday at 3 p m. In the Nemiah Temple Baptist Church by Rev t, M. .lones. pastor. Survivors arc one son, Forsteen Tcggs; and three sisters. Erma-.c... ^ \Varrt of Bivtliei-ile, Gertrude Cox charge sheriff's and prosecuting attorney') offices have been co-operative in such cases, the best solution still had not been found. He said the main welfare problem here is not enough Interest lak- en by Ihe citizens in such work. County officials and welfare workers, he said, need advice and help. In answer lo » question. Miss Lois Porter, child welfare worker here, said there are about 22 Mississippi County rhildren now living in foster homes. Of these. 13 are residing in homes In the county. She said Ihere is a lack of foster homee to care for the county's needs. In addition to the officers, other members of the committee include Bill Rader, the Hev. James Raln- v,-aler. John Mnyes. A. S. Harrison, A. A. Predrickson. Mrs. William H. Wyatt. Dr. Alfred Vise. J. P. Garrott and Mrs. Max Usrey, al! of Blytheville; arid Mrs. Albert, Greenwell and Mrs. Buskins or Wilson. Calvin Williams and Mrs. Ed Bell of- Bassett. Block Tyre of West Ridge. -Steve Ralph of Osceola .Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Scott of Blackwater, Joe SeiberL of Huffman, Hep, L. H. Atltry of Bnrrtette and Sen. Lee Bearrien of Leachvllle. Mr. Rader served as toastmaster. Arrangements for a dinner preceding the meeting were made by Judge White. PA (SB Hot Springs Girl Miss Arkansas Bonnie Nicksic Will Represent State At Min America NEWPORT. Ark. I* - A 20-vear- old brunette from Hot Springs Misa Bonnie Nicksic. will represent Ihe stale at (lie Miss America contest In Atlamic City, N. J »s Miss Arkansas. '' She was chosen Miss Arkansas here I«st night in the finals of Ihe annual beauty pageant after singing and dancing a chorus girl novejt.v number. She also answered impromui questions concerning world peace, "panly raids" nnd juvenile delinquency to best four other finalists. The daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Peter Paul Nicltslc of Hot Springs. "Miss Arkansas" | s t i efl 4 irj inches tall, weighs 116 pounds' has a 35 inch bust, U'/ 3 inch waist and 35 inch hips. Miss Batesvllie placed second In (he final ratings, Miss University of Arkansas, third; Miss Wynne fourth, and MUs Little Rock, fifth The new Miss Arkansas was chosen from an original field of 30 contcslants after two days of strenuous competition. She was erem-nert by Gov. McMath and last years Miss Arkansas, Charlotle Simmcn of LitlJe Roi-V. EISENHOWER (Continued from Page 1) of (he 13 votes put together In New Mexico yesterday. They also are unpledged formally. Kerr said i in Seattle he expects lo be a compromise winner after a convention WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlrka- sawba District, Mississippi County. Arkansas. Annie Ijuira Edgtn, Pif. vs - No. 12.100 Watson Bdgin. Dft, The defendant. Watson Edgln, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the'caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Annie Laura Edgin. Dated (his 26th day of June. 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Syltcj. D.C. Elbert S. Johnson, attorney for ptf. A. s. Harrison, utty. ad lilem. of Chicago. 111., and Colette Henderson of Camden. Burial will be In Ml. Zion Cemetery. Cnslon Funeral Home Is In ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE Phone 4621 Show Slarls Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Sal. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. ..^ I .?.^.°.^1T!?.^. E . D . BY R^R'GERATION LAST TIMES TONITE DOUBLE FEATURE S ATI-HI) AY fc "YOUNG DANIEL BOONE" David Bruce & Christine Mille r SAT. OU'l, SHOW 'STEEL FIST' Dodd.v McDowell Added Cartoon & Shorts SUiV.-.MO.N.-TfKS. "A GIRL IN EVERY PORT' Ooiicho Marx, Marie Wilson & \Vm. Rendix SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE 2 Carlonns & Serial deadlock. Gov. John Pine of Pennsylvania, niich com led by Republican aspirants because at his influence i-ith his sfnte's 70-vote delegation. idged a little bit off the fence yes- ierdny. He said he (eels c-loser lo "Disenhower n o \v. whereas before le had been inclined lo be ngnlnst Llll. Both Taft and Eisenhower lost lacking in a rp-survey of Hew 'eraey's 38 delegates. They had been lined up 32 for Eisenhower and six for Tall. After n meeling in Trenlon. a poll showed 29 for Elsenhower, four for Taft and five indecided. Most of the members of Vir- linia's 23-man delegation to the latlonnl Republican convention were in Charlotte.-.vllle, Va., (or a luncheon meeting wilh Taft. Taft is scheduled to address the Annual Institute of Public Affairs tonight at Ihe University of Virginia. Earlier this month, most of the Virginia delegates talked with Eisenhower In New Prior to their meeling an Associated Press poll showed Ihe del- egalion lined up this way: 11 announced as supporting Taft. one favoring Eisenhower and 11 \m- ommitted. Knoxville Battered By Giant Hailstones KEMPTVILLE. Onl. UV- Giant hailstones battered automobiles and roofs and smashed windows yesterday In a violent 20-mlnute hailstorm in this town 30 miles south of Ottawa. Mrs. Ales Brown saved some of the hallslones^ in her refrigerator. They measured Ihree to four inches in diameter. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Yntir Communily Cenler" MANILA, ARK. Malinces Sat. A Sun. Plume 58 FRIDAY 'CARIBOU TRAIL" Randolph Scott SATURDAY Young Slavs Make Escape In Airliner FOUGNO, Kaly I.J\_ A Yugoslav airliner, Ill-Jacked and landed here ay three young mechanics "seeking 'leedom," took oft early today for home. The three Yugoslav refugees— who asked politk-al nsyluin and said they H-amed lo go lo Ihe Unl- 'ed States—remained here. Tlic other 13 passengers and fivo crewmen v,ho made the unexpected visit, to Italy left with the plane AM suiri iliey wished to return to their Communist-ruled homeland. The three mechanics—Vilim ln- kril. 33. a former pilot in Ihe Yugoslav Air Force, Bogdnn Xigic, 25 nnd Josip Tirik. 22—seized the plane yesterday ns it was on n regular Higlit from Zagreb lo Pola, south o( Trieste in Yugoslavia! They whippet! oul pisloj.s nnd Inkril took over Ihe plane's controls while the oilier Iwo forced (he imsseiiKeis lo hold their hands over their heads and guarded the radio operator lo prevent transjnis.skHts. Intcrit said he planned lo land at nloKna but oversliol it. Practically oul of gas. he hnd to bruin the plane down here near Periii'iu, in Central Italy. They Innclod on >ui old airfield now planted with grain. They said they planned their e.s cape lot three months because thiiiRs are bad" in yuKosl.-.via. Edward Kljnn,second secrelniy of the Yugoslav Embassy in Rome, was at the field for Ihe plane's de- liaimre today. He refused comment when asked I/ Hie Embassy planned any diplomatic action. 'CALLING WILD BILL ELLIOTT' \Vild Hill Elliott District Scout Meeting Is Held At Leachville Just a Few Effects Around US Of Early Summer's Heat Wave Obituary Twenty-two scouters were present last night at the district meet- i inn of tlie North Mississippi County District of (ho Boy Scouts held iu Ihe I.eachville Baptist Church. The l.eachyilte Girl Scout Iroop served the dinner. A scoutmaster's rollndtable discussion wus held on "Disaster He- lief." The group voted to Institute a (mining course for Ihe troop leadens on disaster work. The "Uel Oul The Vote" cnin- initice report wns presented by James Gardner, and It was announced Dial the Scouts would work wiih civic clubs during the summer In an nflort lo sol out theI vole In stale ami counly elec- Uniis. An advancement commlitee u-a.s rtlrecled lo make plans for a rtis- tricl court of honor, and a learter- j ship training committee was ap- j [minted to set uii a training course j for Cub Scout lenders. Duck-Bill Just Won't Act Right N10W YOHK W-The way Pen- j elope ami Cecil are ncliug^ there I Jinny npver be nny durk-billeir | platypuses born in America. i j Bronx 7.00 curators have been! trying lor lwo yi-ars lo breed the small aquatic animals from AUS-- tralin. i yeMerday Ihcy wave up [rjr Ihe summer ?-:eason, bui promised one j last try in Ihe fall. year the platypuses seemed i quite friendly. Bui this year Vcnelope turned up her bill ut Cecil's advances by rolling over and over in ihe water — a sign, said a curator, of platypus annoyance. Ily 'flit Assor-hilrd I'rrs* PcrsDlrlng Indianapolis police were asked to find Uio ihief who siole a pair of ice skates from an automobile. They were owned by a woman who was HOUIK lo a Michigan resort where there's an imiour ice rink. Nearly 2J.OOO nulo workers In Detroit plums were made idle by heat strikes yesierdny—the ihird any of walkouts caused by | 6I)I . Elmer Finally Goes East Rites Held for Infant Sm-vices for Hlcky Joe Ganii, who died folloivjug birth yesterday at Walls Hospital w|ll he conducted In the Cobb Funeral Home Chapel to- rtny al 2:30 p.m. today. Burial was in Elmwood Cemetery. The child Is Jtln'ived bv Its parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. bann. horned (Oiid, was just a | (l ,, n ., c ll/.ard on a luxurious nirliner today, gelling around n law which Mas" We " k taS k<? ' H hlln '""" ^11 all started wticn some West asked for a real New" Mexico horned load. N C \V Mexico picked t.lnicr But someone ring „„ a law forbidding of horned loads tram llic slute. ( Yesterday, Massachusetts Uov i illil Dover confcri-ed with New] ..lexlco Gov. Edwi,, M.-clieni, wllll ' never ininiirinir mostly aboin Elmer s nnoeslry. Elmer was incensed. After nli '"'••! a. Reims phiym.,:«j,nu it,.,riicd peratures around the joo mark. , ' r ?°A Bprl "« liela ' HI., laborer, loaded a (ruck with bags of In- secllclde then complained about th« licat. Their foreman sent (hem home. Less than four hours later both men died in a hospital. Doctors said they would investlirote to determine If fumes from i| le chcm . leal were a factor in the deaths. George ElefCs idea nf cooling of( was to inko a rule m his car H. look along his year old pel monkey bom. The monkey made u holier for Hell «•!,„, hc )eri(ied 0|no .steering wheel and promptly crashed mio a railroad viaduct In Jollet. III. Elelf ,ol,l p olice Ma js . Irate Martin Jackson it was an error i,, judgment to let the monkey drive his car. The ma gi,ira<e called II disorderly conduct „„„ fmed Traffic cops In .SI. Louis •*• ^m*.-> HI ai. I.OULS ara complaining about heat-weary pedestrians moving at snail's pnco while crossing streets. "People Just poke along," complained Cap:, ivil- liam 0. Cilnilka. lie recommended- Pick up II,,; cadence, at least (ram <-ii|'b lo curl), or run Ihe risk of lielUR rim down by a perspiring general's opinion \\ M no tmnxli toad has ever been prosecuted for jumping Ihe border satisfied Alochew. There was nne gimmick: Elmer hud to have a travelinir comjisn- 1011. Beautiful airline hostess Jt-an Adams filled Hie bill nicely They look off last night Wheat Bumper Crop Lightning Kills . . Mother, Son NIAGARA PAU_5, N. Y. tifi — A mother and her 6-year-old son were killed by ligblnir.K yesterday while they were washing an auto. Witnesses said Mrs. Ocie Mae Bryant. 31. and her son. James. were washing Ihe family auto in their back: yard when' the boll struck the car. There was no rain falling at the time, but a series'of thunderstorms moved into the area later. Hot Springs Bond Issue Defeated HOT SPRINGS. Ark. If, - Hot, Springs voters turned down a proposed 51.5(10,01)0 special bond issue! here yesterday by 11 vote of l.imj against to 1,135 for. Money from the proposed bond issue was lo have been used tor expansion and remodeling of Ihe city's sewage and disposal system. Bakery Truck Driver Is Injured in Fall Henry Battles of .Kennelt. Mo.. roitU- salesman for Meyers- Hakery of Blytheville was reported In satisfactory condition by an attendant at the Dnnklin County Hospital in Kenncll today where he is suffering from a bnck Injury In a fall from his truck Wednesday. O. B. Hayes, a representative of I the bakery here, said that HaUles was injured when he fell from the back of hlj truck while working His injury, Mr. Hayes said, was not fierlonn. Conservatives In Session LONDON -Conservative Parliament members were holding Ihclr nstinl weekly secret slratpcv conference in a House of Common's committee room. Suddenly 11,0 door opened and a slight figure, head bowed in thought, walked In, .sicppcd on the platform and made lar the chairman's seat. Shouts from the astonished Conservatives woke the intruder from his reverie. Labor parly leader Clement Attlco beat a hasty retreat. Alllee. en -route to a similar meeting of his own party in a nearby room, had opened the wrong door by mistake. The .story of Die Incident, which occurred Wednesday, leaked out today. OSdOLA AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY At Regular Prices . 15c & 35c SATURDAY, JUNK 28 "STAGE COACH" .John Wavrte SAT. MIDNiTE SHOW Slitrts al 10:;in "WHO DONE IT" Hurt Ahlmll & I,mi ('<»,It-Ill) SUNDAY & MONDAY SAT. OWL SHOW "WEIRD WOMEN" l.on Chaney Sl'N'OAV & MONDAY "ROSE OF CIMARRON" .lack Buelel & Mala Powers DAKOTA TERRITORY! ...I.ANL) OFTHt SIOUX...OF ADVLNTURE ..AND ROMANCE! RAY MILLAND HELENA Nl CARTER MARLOWE FOMSI TUCKER KANSAS CITY m; -. The l tr . i.ieiulous Hoods of Kansas wheat Is swamping railroad yards so bad- y (lie carriers will slap an embargo on the shipment of most l?i-oln nl 12:01 a.m. Saturday Farmers and elevator operator, over the state already are pilimr wheat on the ground In many places because the hot. dry weather er has permitted culling of tiia bumper crop faster Ihp.n it can 1m hauled away. The embargo will apply to grain intended for storage In Ihe market.-, of Ihe metropolitan Kansas City area. St. Joseph, Mo., nnd Hies, cities In Kansas: Wichita Hutch- luson, Salinn, Alcluso, Wellinglon Arkansas City and Dodge City That announcement was mad» by H. E. Clark, manager of th» closed evil- section of the Association of American Railroads. He said Ihe embargo would no! apply lo grain that Is Ic. be sold on the cash market, and grain for which previous storage arranga- inenLi have been mads. 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