The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 19, 1951
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1951 Russia Told Her Own Aggressive Mid-EastCommand BLYTHEVILI.B (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WATER By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON, (ff)— The 'United BtaUs has told Russia Its own "aggressive actions" and Its "subver- iJon" against Middle Eastern states •re. to blame for Allied plans to create a Middle East military command. Replying to a Soviet protest of Nov. 24 against the Allied project, the U. S. cited once-secret negotiations between the Soviet and Nazi German governments In 1940 as evidence of a Russian aim to create a Red sphere of Influence In the Middle East. Soviet Attitude Blamed Tlie U. S. note, made public today, added Russia's attitude toward that area, since the eric! of World War n has led the American government to assume that the aims 6€t forth 11 years ago "remain the MOX Phone 4631 Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat.-Sun. 1:00 AJways a Double Feature Lasf Times Tonile A JOHN WAYNE Production ! , ? ! i he Sovlet eovernment." sian protests against the command in France and . san proess ag Britain, France and Turkey, which . which they are had received Rus- Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Stocks Mar May July 'Oct Mar May July Oct Open High Low Close ... 4132 4179 4137 4158 ... 4115 4150 4114 4134 ... 4068 4098 4067 4083 ... 3843 4370 3843 3856 Cotton Open High Low Close ... 4138 4179. 4138 4157 ... 4120 4J50 41!6 -4133 ... 4069 4094 4068 4031 ... 3849 3870 38W 3855 Soybeans Jan Mch May July High 303'i 302(130014 298 Low 300 298 K Close 300?'. 299 % 298','. 297M Also Cat-toon & Short Thursday & Friday Also Popeye Cartoon New York A T and T Arncr Tobacco Anaconda Copper ' Beth Steel . ...'. Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Word N Y Central Int Harvester . ... J. C. Penney Republic Steel 41 155 3-4 61 1-8 51 . 60 1-8 „„._ j ... „ ujjuuiwj^itjg jointly with this country, also rejected the Obituary Sheriff's Brother Dies or Trumann Bert Berryman of Trumann. brother of Mississippi County Sheriff William E. Berryman and Mrs Etta Workman of Blytheville. died at his home yesterday morning. He was a farmer. * Services were to be conducted at Farmers Union Funeral Home Chapel in Jonesboro at 2:30 this afternoon. The Rev. John Baysmger was to officiate. Olher survivors Include his father, Charles Berryman of Trumann; and his step-mother,. Mrs. Annie Berryman of Truman. POW's (Continued from Page 1) 1st Cavalry Div., son of Mrs. Minnie Reid, Rt. 1, Atkins. Sgt. John D. -Brown, BA 18246839 24th Inf. Div., son of Mrs. Inez 71 1-8 (Brown, 224 Summit. Little Rock. 103 1-4 57 5-8 51 1-4 08 S-B 18 5-8 34 5-8 09 1-2 Radio 23 3-4 Fvt. Floyd J. Dobson, RA 18333565. 24th Inf. Div., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dobson, Prlsceila Sgt. Edward M. McClain, RA 34794405, 24th Inf. Div.. husband of Mrs. Bessie McClain, Fort Smith - * *"i j-t bocony Vacuum 343-41 Studebaker 33 3.3 Standard of N J \ \ Texas Corp ..'...... 56 3-4 Se! >rs 66 1-4 U S Steel 39 3-4 Sou. Pac go 1- Livestock 66 1-4 T ar '" " Santa Monica court t 39 3-4 d * y after Christmas to plead on a charge of assault with intent to CHICAGO (IP)— USDA—Hogs 15 ODD; moderately active, 10-15 cents higher on butchers; extremes up more on weights 230 Ib and over; sows strong to 25 cents higher- barrows and gilts 170-220 Ibs 18.5018.85; top 18.DO for around ICO head- 230-270 Ib 17.50-18.50; numerous loads around 250 Ib 17.85-17.90- 280300 Ib butchers 17.15-17.40; sows 400 Ib and less 16.25-1650; 400-500 Ib H.25-1S.50.-. -. •*- .'./. ' . Cattle 8.COO; calves 300; "high- choice and prime steers and all grades yearlings fairly active i NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR CREDIT CREDIT JEWEIERS t-Z LOCAL CfffPlT $1.00 HOLDS YOUR CHOICE! ay LOCAL PSOPLI 114 W. MAIN Open 'till 9 p.m until CHRISTMAS! Wanger Is Charged BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) Producer Walter Wanger will ap- ar ar '" " Santa murder Jennings La,,.,, ,, ge Wanger's wife, Joan Bennett. ent for . steady to 25 cents higher; other s eers slow, mostly steady; heifers -steady to 25 cents higher; cornWr- clal cows slow, weak; bulls and ven!:; ; fully steady; 1 few toads av- f a8 - e : prlme to h^h-prime 1,075.- UTo Ib steers 37.25-38.00; bulk high choice and prime steers and yearlings 34.75-37.00; good to average choke 30.00-34.50; good to prirne heifers 30.00-35,00; commercial cows 22.15-25.50. (Continued from Page 1) termined if the franchise has expired. City Clerk Malln told the Council the franchise expired in 1941. city wmi uiu <»uiiu-y, aiso rejected the Attorney Percy A Wright this Soviet complaint In notes delivered morning Indicated "he believed" this £, ,«!Jv re R (I \ ni '?Jf try ln M05COW to ** true - He was makl "B * check rliftiH Department offl- of the records this morning, but ciais saia. had not completed lt by noon It also remained unclear at noon whether the city could raise the franchise rate for a part of next year if the Council declines to act tomorrow night. The franchise Is payable for the entire year Jan. 1 and there is a question as to whether the rate can be raised before 1953 If action is deferred tomorrow night. The city attorney said "he thought" a partial-yearly raise could be made so long as It was not retroactive, but the problem a legal question which would require more study. Compromise Suggested One City Hal! source said he believed It might be advisable to compromise with Blylhevllle Water Company on a figure somewhere between $650 and the proposed S7.5CO—In view of the services now provided for the city free or at a low rate, 'If the franchise has expired," the source said, "theoretically we could refuse to reissue It, but on a practical basis we can't for the company could then literally 'shut off the city's water." Courier News files show that the City gave the water company at least a de facto recognition as oper- aiinir ni,rt» r = franchise July 13, threatened to de- ating under a 1949, when it - mand compliance with an ordinance requiring the company to expand its facilities or stand in danger of losing its franchise. Anc-ther angle mentioned this morning was that the water company may, by posting bond, raise water rates for Blytheville residents immediately while awaiting a PSC wes , hair oo end, chat- t«th. persplraUon! 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It was another morning of subzero cold in the snow-covered Midwest as a new mass of cold nir pushed across the Canadian border. hearingr. RatM Upped Twice 'In that case," according to the discussion, "the poor user would again pay in the same circle as that now going on with prices and wages under the Capchart amendment." BlythevHle water rates have been raised twice since 1946. The ordinance proposed by Mr. tfalfn asked that the rate be increased in line with that of other Arkansas cities In similar situations. Included in the figures were- North Little Rock-$io.ooO; Pine Bluff, $6,000 minimum or' three per cent of gross; E! Dorado. 53.600 plus free hydrant and commercial service to the city; Artedelphia, (population about 8,700> $1 400' and McGhee. $1,143. Vincent Quizzed By Loyalty Unit WASHINGTON (AP)-john Carter Vincent, a career diplomat who has been a repeated target of Sen McCarthy R-Wls. In pressing his charges of Communism In the Government, is being questioned by a State Department loyalty-security board. It was disclosed late yesterday that Vincent, now on leave as Consul General at Tangier, appeared on Monday before a panel of the board. It reportedly Is sifting scattered allegations agailist Vincent made over the past several years. Negro Deaths Johnetta Johnson Dies; Rites to Be Tomorrow Services for Johnetla Johnson 51 will be conducted at 1 p.m. tomorrow In the Tnielight Baptist Church by Rev. M. Freeman. Burial ivlll be in the Burton Spur Cemetery with Caston Funeral Home in charge. She died Friday in a Chicago hospital. She is survived by a brother of Chicago. Rites to Be Held Friday For Rev. Davenport Services for Rev. Louis D, Davenport. Jr., 43, will be conducted at U a.m. Fridny in the Tmelight Bap- tist Church by Rev, M. Freeman. Burial v;ill be in the Burton Spur Cemetery with Caston Funeral Home In charge. Hev. Devenport was fatally shot Monday night l>y n Negro woman, identified as Suzle Richardson, In RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday "Hard, Fast and Beautiful' Ciflire Trevor Sally Forrest Also News & Shorts Friday "Roadblock" wilh Charts McGraw and Joan Dixoiv • PAGE FTVB th« bedroom of her home. Rev. Davenport Is survived by hi» wife, Rosa I,. Davenport, and his father, Louis Davenport Sr., both of Blytheville, and one sister ind two brothers, all of Chicago. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. I'hone 58 Wednesday & Thursday "FATHER'S LITTLE DIVIDEND" Spencer Tracy Uzabelh Taylor Friday "Red Canyon" Ann Blylh • Howard Duff :HM««««I| X K'fWWW.WWW.c^.t.t,^^^ ™W%3g£**a**A "•' "$&&*?* Beautiful Mahogany TABLES 12 95 I UP ^W**«««««*!«'««^w* w « (g< «, sw « w ^, )c(tJe(elewiclfW<ltJtwwt)( j .;:- **.t\F 1» IDEAL GIFT ^-39 95 | DESK AND CHAIR49?,? WADE ^•g'^ttictmcicnniptJmiticgHgirenngyq^ FURNITURE CO. 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