The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1951 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 13, 1951
Page 2
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fAGK BkTTHKVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NKWS 30,000 Rally to Support Of Premier Mossadegh TEH KAN, Iran, Deo. 13. (fpy— Some 30,000 Nationalist supporters of Premier Mohammed Mossadegh Commodity And Stock .Markets- New York Cotton 1:30 Dec Mar May Jill . Open High Low . 4270 4295 42(5 . 426.=. 4265 4241 . 4238 4241 4215 . 41SO 4103 4162 4223 4170 O. Cotton Open High Low 1:30 OK ....... 4200 4293 4275 4270 Mar ....... 4265 4260 4240 42M May ....... 4244 4244 421B 422! Jill ....... 4191 4191 4164 4169 massed before parliament today and roared "death to the enemies of Nfossadeghl" The crowd appeared menacing, but broke up later without violence. Inside the parliament building, the Majlis (lower house) discreetly decided to postpone until Sunday a public meeting originally scheduled for today. Instead they met In secret session. Watchful police and troops lined the huge MnJHs Rerun re during the rally, announced an a demonstration against "British Intrigue." However, most of the threats nnd vilification were directed at Iran- Inn opponents of the nucd premier who led the successful fight lo nationalize Iran's British-controlled oil Indiisiry. More than a score of trucks, filled with troops bearlne rifles and machine gum. blocked the main gate (to the Obituaries Soybeans Jan Men May July High 303'-. 300S 300'i 304 Low 307 301 '1 303'i 302': Close 308 304 303 : 302 York Stocks 156 5-* 1:30 p.m. quotations: A T and T Amcr Tobacco „„ ,-„ Anaconda Copper 50 3-4 Beth Steel 50 3-4 Chrysler 6!) 3-4 Coca-Cola 101 Gen Electric . B'I 7-8 Gen Motors . 51 3-4 Montgomery Ward 685-8 N Y Central 18 1-4 Int Harvester 34 i-a J. C. Penney 68 3-8 Republic Steel ..... 41 3-8 Radio r 23 Socony. Vacuum 34 5-8 Studcbaker . 31 1-4 Standard of N J 71 3-8 Texas Corp 55 7-8 Scars 55 3-4 U S Steel 3D 7-8 Sou. Poc CO 1-4 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. III., Dec. 13. (/F)— IUSDA)— Hogs 14.000; active market, mostly 10 lower than Wednesday; some sale.'; steady on weights 'over 2« lus; choice 180- Blytheville. Pvt. Hopper's school friends anr) teammates will serve ns pallbearers. They are Robert Birmingham, A. J. Skelton, mil Phillips, nobby Sylvester and Korean Children Go to School PUSAN, South Korea. M'i-More than three million South Korean ycunasters are continuing their schooling despite the war In Korea, the South Korean government has announced. or the total, at least 2.500,000 are Koing to primary schools. Mast of tlie classes nre held In tent* and barracks, run at weights; 220 Jin la.-iO-SD; lop 18.50 freely for Nos. 1, 2 nnd 3; 230-240 Ibs and seme 250 Ibs one price of 18.25; packers taking liberal number of 18.25 down according lo 250-270 Ibs 17.15-1825; 280-325 Ibs I0.50-1V.25; load around 360 Ibs 16.10; 150-170 Ihs 17.50-18.25; 120-140 Ibs 16.CO-n.00; sows, slags and boar.s steady; sows 400 Ibs down 15.25-15; heavier sows 13.25-14.75. Cattle 1,700; calve* 700; trading very slow; not enough sales steers, heifers or coirs ta lest iiie trend; bulls anil vealers steady; small lots good steers and heilcr yearlings aoout steady with week's early decline at 30.00-3250; odd heart cutter to low utility cows 19.00-21.00; utility and commercial hulls 24.5028.50; canher and cutter bulls 20TO- 24.00. ' PrL Bllljr Hopprr Services Sunday For Pvt. Hopper, Killed in Korea Service^ for Pvt, Billy Hopper. 17, of Blytheville, who was killed in action In Korea Sept. 12, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday In Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by the Hev. G. T. Owens, pastor of the Full Gospel Tabernacle. Burial will be In Elmwood Cemetery, with graveside rites hy the. American Legion and National Guard Company M. Pvt. Hopper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Che.stcr Hopper Sr., ,was killed in action near Kuinhwa in North Korea during one of bloody battles for Heartbreak Ridge. He enlisted in the Army last April and had been in Korea only 12 days before he was killed. Pvt. Hopper was a member of the Blythevllle Junior High School football team last year and would have been eligible to play high school football this year had he not entered the service. Ho wa.s born In Blvthcvllle and lived here all of his life. His body arrived in Blythevllle this morning. Other survivors 'Include one brother, Chester Hopper, Jr., and two sisters, Mrs. J. D. Honcycutt and Mrs. Lawrence Hasscll, all of , Chlldress, Melvln Max Bkelton, Lannie Riggins Dies; Services Will Be Sunday Services for Lannie Edward Riggins, 69, who died at his home at 410 North Fifth Street, will be conducted Sunday afternoon at 3-30 ' o'clock In the Church here. Rev. James w. First Christian Rainwater irastor of the church will officiate! Mr. ni7-ins has btcn 111 for several months. An engineer for the Southwestern, San Francisco Railroad, Mr. RlBSlns was a member of the Masonic Jyorlge, the Railway Engineer's Union, and the First Christian Church here. He leaves his wife, Mrs. nulh filgglns; two sons, chief Yoeman Chester Riggins of Hollywood Calif., and John B. cordon of Los Angeles. Cal.; five daughters, Mrs. Mary Lillian Edwards of Norfolk, Va.. Mrs. Marie Lowcry of Natchez. Miss.. Mrs. Blondie Stennctt of Joncsbnro. Mrs. Stcrl Plunk and Mrs. Winona Mills, toth of Swcen- ey, Tex.; and one »lster, Mrs George Cole of Hails, Tenn Burial will be In Elmwood Cemetery with Masonic Rites. Cobb Funeral Home Is In charge. • • • . Rites Conducted For Mrs. W. F. Cox Private service^ for Mrs. W, F Cox, who had resided here with her daughter. Mrs. Floyd Webb, for »boij[ a year, will be conducted at * o clock this afternoon at Holt Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Harvey Kidd. pastor of the First Presbyterian Church here will officiate. Mrs. Cox, who was horn In Nova Scotia, moved to California when a child and lived there until about a year ago. she was 85. Her body will be cremated and returned to California where she will be burled wltb her husband Mrs. Wchb. 910 West Ash, Is the only survivor. » • * Rites Conducted For Billy Stanley Billy jean Stanley, whose death was reported yesterday. Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Stanley, 404 South Franklin, Instead of their daughter as the first report stated erroneously. THURSDAY, DECEMBER li, !Mt WILL'S SON AS WILL—Old-time movie fans might say. "Why, Ihnt's a picture of Will Rogers as a young fellow." But actually, It's a picture of Will Rogers, Jr., son of (he famed cowboy- humorist, who will portray his lather in a Hollywood movie "The Will Rogers Story." No Beer Credit For Singapore SINGAPORE (AP)—A m»n wl& go on trial here on a charge of it. tempted murder of a ihopkeeper who wouldn't give him credit for extra bottles of beer. The ihop. keeper gave him one bottle on credit but balked on two more. Thl* provoked the customer so much he began shooting, hitting the (tore- keeper In the arma and face. Thli all happened four years «go, but the law finally caught up with him. Read Courier News Classified Ada, CMOPHNO BAT! TOCMMSTMAS It Pays HOME-DRESSED TENDER HENS SOUTHERN STYLE PURE PORK SAUSAGE • - • 49c U. S. GRADED, TENDER • - - - Ib. ,. W boxes 3 pkgs. $100 1 260 «-l n » S l e i a! L I""*- Crocker FRESH EGGS ^ 490 CAKE MIX GROUND BEEF ,590 JELLO^'! Ku "' oMron Ocean Spray, whole or jelly 260 CR'BERRY SAUCE ,L370 •'»! . _ Musscllman's, No. 303 MEAT „, 230 APPLESAUCE Royal Guest, full flavored I'nerlo Rican COFFEE Fresh.v^HiK 770 SW POTATOES F,«M, „„„„„ , b . Faclory packed Yellow 2 WESSON OIL , 630 ORlis FW l 2 ellow CANE SUGAR 10 lbs 920 ONIONS Ibs. Ihs. 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