The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 5, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 5, 1952
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TOWDAT, WBRtJART «, !Mf Adenauer Denies He Tried to Keep West Germany Out of Europe's Army Kmnf ft* Plump I ifr, vcruj. «._ ... _ ' until German demand* for the Saar because of differences on how much and for membership In the North money the Germans should co™trl- Atlantic Treaty Organization were but* to defense, detalU of .he -'--- (ARK.) COURIER HUT! , Oermicy (a>j—w««t German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer flatly denltd today that he had t*ireat«ied to keep West Germany out of the European army and to MfuM an Allied "peace contract" V Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Open High Low Close Mar 4113 4174 4147 <I72 May 4130 4130 4096 4121 July «54 4056 4020 4050 OCt 3750 3162 3158 3751 New Orleans Cotton Open High Low Close Mar 4174 4174 4HO 4169 May 4131 4131 4032 4128 •July 4056 4057 4012 4050 Oct 3745 3760 SIN 3155 Soybeans Mar , May July Sept High 2935! 239 »i 287!-; . 280'i 288 U 253' 276' Close 295 >4 289 H 287 'i SEO'j New York Stocks 1:30 p.m. Quotations- A T & T Amcr Tobacco '.-tnacoruU Copper ^J-th steel Chrysler Coca-Cola r?.... Gen Electric ..',,.. Gen IMotors Montgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester J C Penney Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum Btudebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears U S Steel Sou Pac 15S 65 1-4 . 51 1-3 63 1-8 19 71 1-4 42 3-4 24 1-2 37 1-2 32 1-8 80 1-2 53 1-4 55 1-4 40 1-4 62 3-4 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. (fl— <VSDA}—'Hogs IS.oM; 180 Ibs and up 25 to 50 lower; some bids off more on 250 lb s up; 110 Ibs down 50 to 75 lower; sows 25 to 50 lower; 180-210 lbs mostly choice no. 1 and S but few 3s 18.50-75; fen- lots of choice No. 1 and 2 weighing 190-210 ^s 18.85 early; later mostly 18.65 ^5>wn; choke Nos, 1. 2 and 3s 180- S40 105 17.00-50; 150-170 lbs 16.5018.00; 120-240 lbs 14.25-16.23; 100110 lbs 12.75-14.00; sows 400 lbs down 17.75-16.50; mostly 16,25 down; heavier sows 13.75-15.50; etags 12.00-14.00; boars 10-50-13.00. Cattle 3500; calves 700; steers Jn liberal . supply; taitjal sales steady but little done; heifers and mixed butcher ye«]lngs steady; commercial and good 28.00-32.00; eows moderately active and fully tteady; utility and commercial 31.00-23.00; canners and cutters 1S.OO- Sl.OO. granted. The Chancellor wai reported to have made those threats at a private caucus of hU Christian Democratic party here last night. A government communique issued today said the report of his statement "is wrong." The communique added that Adenauer had reported on the foreign political situation and referred u> difficulties which have arisen In negotiations In the last few weeks. Statements Were Anjry The tarlier report of Adenaxier's remarks already had touched off an angry statement in Park by French Foreign OHice sources, who said the Bonn government's "regularly bigger demands" might keep Germany out ol the family of West European nations. The ccntract Is meant to give West Germany almost complete independence and abolish the Allied High Commission. In return the Germans are to supply a 12-divlskm irmy for Western defense. Progress to Be Demanded Informed sources said the three high commissioners will tell Adenauer more progress must be made right away or the whole plan for both German quasi-sovereignly and the creation of strong Western defenses will he endangered. The high commissioners—John J. fifcCIoy of the United States, Andre Francot^-pcncet of Prance and Sir Ivone Kirkpatrick of Britain — scheduled a meeting with Adenauer today. Informed persons said they would tell Adenauer there is little chance of his getting his hoped-for invitation to London next week to put to British, French ajitl American foreign ministers his claims for NATO association and the Saar so long as there are so many loose ends in Ihe peace negotiations, The Bonn talks have been lagging Oklahoma's 'Ike' Boom Dampered CLINTON, Okla. IIP)— A plea by former Congressman Ross Rizley, of Guymon to stick to issues rather than battle over personalities nut a damper on the boom to pledge Oklahoma delegates to General Dmght D. Eisenhoner. Rizley's plea came at the convention yesterday of Sixth District Republicans at Clinton. The convention rejected a proposed endorsement of the general B5-79. and then elected two delegates to the national convention. One of the delegates, J. Paul Loossn, of okarcht 1 refused to state his preference of candidates while the other. Fred I/. Coogan of Ssyre says he's for MacArfhur If the general will run. of Allied defense troops In Oermnny and «n Allied desire to m»ke sure their occupation policies, such u breaking industrial monopolies, ire carried out. Obituaries Hershet Garner Ser/e* Manager of Firm Hershel Gamer of Blythevllle h About 1,400 persons were killed in the 1911 eruption of Mt. Taal. located on »n island 39 miles south of Manila. been appointed sales manager of the Mid-South Distributing Company to replace James Snow who resigned recently, Bert Triimble, owner of the firm, announced this morning. Mr. Garner has been employed by the firm, for approximately three years. SPECIAL City Rebuilt With City Parts • New Mofor • New S.speed Control • New S«w New C« rryln'g Cas« MAIL Thi» Coupon Today w MEMPHIS, TENN. t we«W like i free home demonstration of your ruily guaranteed rebuilt Sinter Sewing Machine at no obligation to me- Warr* . -• .... A<Mrea ..'. '. SUtt • ME.F.O, Mfitm P>e>»e Send Specific Mnettm Rites for Soldier Killed in Korea To Be in Detroit Services for Pvt.. E. w. (Max) Duncan. 51, formerly of Blythevllle who was killed In action In Korea Nov. 2. will be conducted In Detroit, his grandmother. Mrs. Bud Scott of Blythevllle, said this morning. Pvt, Duncan's body was returned to the United States last week lot re-burial. Date for the funeral has not been set. Mrs. Scott said. Pvt, Duncan was born and raised in BlytheviHe but moved to Detroit several months ago. He entered the Army In April 1951. Besides his grandmother he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Ethel Lybarger of Detroit; his grandfather, Bud Scott of BlytheviHe and two sisters. ' Mrs. Lu!o PGtton Succumbs at 66 Services for Mrs. Lula omega Patton. 1920 West vine, were to be conducted this afternoon at 3:30 at (he Full Gospel Tabernacle by the Rev. a. T. Owens. Mrs. Patton had lived in Blytheville since 1B13. She ivas born in Bowling Green, Ky. She died at her home Sunday after a year's ilinef-s. She was 66. She leaves her husband, Charles M. Fatten; two daughters. Mrs. Elsie Seanders of Flat River, Mo., and Mrs. R. E. Wllhorn of Richmond, Calif.; six brothers. Elbert Choate of Cape Gfrardeau, Mo John Choate of St. Louis, Mo., Lesley Choate and Meador Choate, both of Alton, m., and Layton Choate and Carson Choatc. both of Granite City, Jll.; and four sisters, Mrs. Beaula McLeod and Mrs. Nell Lockwnod, both of, Blytlieviile. Mrs Lizzie Bryant of Slkeston, Mo., and Mrs. Mary Hubbard of Eddyville Ky. , Burial will be In Elmwood ceme- igy.W charge. U.N. THANKS FOR THE VALENTINE-Marie Wilson, who portrays bird-brained Jrma Peterson In "Sly'Friend Irma" on TV has » Valentine for her fans. She intends to shuck the dull costumes she now wean and appear in something a little more exciting. Says Mam. The dialogue won't get any deeper but the cut of my gowns will. There'll be some sweaters, too." Lewis 'Silent' On Contract WASHINGTON (f) — John L Lewis, seldom late without good reason, has let five days go by without telling the nation's coal industry that he wants to start new contract talks. He could have taken the sttp last Thursday as provided by the miners' contract but he hasn't. At least, he has .said nothing publicly. And one high industry source, who almost certainly would knov if secret talks started, says they haven't. Purge Hinted For Bulgaria VIENNA. Austria UPi—A shukeup —pCMibly a purge—within the Bulgarian government was reported here by Tass today. In a dispatch from Sofia, the Russian news agency said the Bulgarian parliament approved several changes in [he government yesterday proposed by pro-Moscow Premier Vulfco Chcrvenkov. Dr. Kiril Dramallev wns removed from the post of education minister and given "another actlrKy." He was succeeded by Dcmia Olanev. U. S. Weighs Value of Embassies WASHINGTON W>—The United States today was reported reviewing the question of whether to close all American Kmabssfes In Russian satellite countries. A meeting ol American ambassadors to Iron Curtain countries has been tentatively set In Paris for the first week in March. At the same time, officials told this ret>ortCT. American diplomats and private American busin-ss men now in Eastern Europe. Any decision to close America Embassies wouM be B decided shift in state Department policy Until now It has fnvored keeping them open at virtually all costs serve as "listening posts". The collections of art works (ConttatuM from Ftf* 1) the u. 8. would do Its twit to bring ibout »n armistice «t Psnmunjom. He denounced Soviet iltempts to 'seek the transfer to Park of military matters." Qros< said these «t- tempts h»d hardened the will of the majority to prevent it. The resolution calls for i special session of the assembly to meet In New York as soon as > truce Is declared. It also provides for an emergency session if ther» U no truce and events In Korea m»ke one necessary. Some Protm» Made Observers noted that since th« adoption of the resolution by a u. N. committee, there has been some progress in the talks at the front. Western delegates had charged in their speeches that thwe talks had been held up by Soviet moves to move the talks here. They tended to view the reported program a* proof of this thesis. In a lust minute attempt to cut the West's majority, Soviet dele- Eat* Jacob A. Malik denounced the resolution its a move to prevent discussion of the Korean question. Move "Forced Through" He said it was being forced through by "the government of the U:iUc>t Stales and the group which It heads." After three months of East-West fireworks/the session wound up. The session in the Palais de Ch.illlot emphasized two main trends of world politics and reveal- etl the diplomacy which East and West are applying to them. These trends were: 1. A continuing and deepening division between the Communist East and the Democratic West This was combined, paradoxically, with evidence that both sides are deeply worried and miking tentative feelers toward ways ot easing the tension. 1. The slcyrocketing rise of nationalism and self-assurance In the old colonial areaj of Asia and Africa. Dsnjei-ous Game The African buffalo doesnt jet tha publicity that the more spectacular elephants, lions, and rhinos do, but many big game hunters rate it as the mc.t dangerous to hunt of all African animals. A buffalo bull will trample and paw a victim lor hours. tui thl> >ti*mlDc w*r .•My •v«lri fhowlnfl HMntfal/ ' Alt Ibr ni)i»tip la tht WOT 14 caa'i uu« cfctt draw* o ui«r • modern *»T Us*t feu tt] Kirk who nffv fr«n M]»cd *a4 H* rjtni. It'i Ctrd-ii, -—--«- — > nu» women 11 ,' ,*ttl try to dp.rtse.*jiIi ! n.,for.,bBltcr ^^^^^"^^^^^^^•^RMH Mark It On Your Calendar and Don't Forget the AUCTION -OF- USED TRACTORS, FARM EQUIPMENT AND TRUCKS At The Delta Fair & Livestock Fair Grounds GREENVILLE, MISS. FRIDAY FEBRUARYS 10A.M. $€(t Manogid ly GORDON DEMENT \ COL. M. R. MEALS Phones 444 - KnMence 1M-W tjV* 1 ^ Chtaca Hotel, Hi»M_5-44«l Indianola, Miti (V M«mJ*U r T«nn. .f?!.!^!!.!^.???!! 0 ?' }Y rit * OT ?° 11 It.* ^ s>ovt win he one of tfct 1tr*«t •action ulet of aged tractors, nwd trieiors tnd truck* ««f h«M in tht 1 W»tch tht n*wsp«ptr. for a eompkU ll«t of Minlpmcnt to N Included in tht Mltl PACK THKEI —AP Wlrcphoto HOG WATCHMAN CHECKS IN—A German sheiihercl watchdog, on a new man-and-dcg patrol team, stops at one of the 30 reporting stations at Marshall Field and Company warehouse In Chicago. When the dog completes an Inspection tour and tlncis things all clear, he presset a foot j>edal that sets off the LeII at top of the stand, letting-watchman know that everything is all right. Four German shepherds are used to guard the warehouse and also provide protection for two-legged watchmen and save them about nine miles of walking each night. DON'T LIT LEAP YIAR STOP YOU... BEFORE SHE "POPS The QUESTION" MietDreif us . . , Wear Diamonds STtfMtt IB . ItYTHEYlUE AND «Uear ^fricndst If you don't find us at home next Sunday, we'll be having dinner at the RAZORBACK. ffjill ^c Ra

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