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FRIDAY, MARCTr 7, 1352 Hawaiian Delegation Challenges Sen. Connally's 'Americanism BLTTHEVTLLE (AKK.1 COURIER NEW!» HONOLULU W>—A delegation of Americans consisting or one Caucasian, one Hawaiian and one Japanese — all war veterans — and a Hawaiian gold star mother leaves tonight to challenge Sen. Tom Con- Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton Mar. . May . July . Oct. . Opel) Hifih Low 4033 4045 4029 3957 3970 395* 3867 3883 38C6 3577 3GOO 3575 1:15 4040 3801 3315 35SO New Orleans Cotton July Oct Open High Low 1:15 4032 4041 4030 4030 3958 39M 3954 3Saj 3367 3878 3304 MRl 3573 3595 3572 358S Soybeans Men. . Mr.y . July S-.P. . Hich . 209", Low 200'! 291 «; .. 281 219TS 237 280' New York Stocks A T and T Anier Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth steel Chrysler \,,' Coca-Cola Gon. Electric C?n. Motors ].'.'.] Montgomery Ward . N Y Central 1m Harvester J C permcy Republic steel Radio .'.'...'.'.'.'.', S-couy Vacuum Etudebakcr Standard of N J [ Texas Corp ' Sears U S Steel Sou Pac 155 5-8 58 4». !-4 . 49 7-3 . C9 3-4 107 1-2 55 7-8 51 7-8 61 3-8 20 1-8 33 3-4 P3 41 3-8 28 3-4 38 1-8 34 70 1-2 55 1-8 54.. . . 3D . S3 7-8 Jially <D-Tex) on bis remarks about the Americanism of Hawaii. Connally, in a Senate speech Monday opposing immediate consideration of the Hawaii statehood bill, said he was a better American than many persons living in Many of the people living there, he added, "are not of American descent." Hawaii bristled, fired a barrage of protests and poured dimes arid dollars into a fund to send a delegation to Texas and Washington. Adding fuel to the fire was the fact that during World War II Hawaii's 442nd regiment rescued trapped elements of Texas' own 3Gth Division in Italy. The 442nd sustained more casualties in the rescue than the number of trapped Texan? and came out of the war the most decorated American outfit. The delegation plans a stopover in Dallas nnd is due hi Washington Sunday morning, it Includes: former Lt. Col. James K. Lovell, who commanded the 100th Infantry Pattalion and fought in Ilaly and France. Matsu Takabuki, president of the 442ml Club who fought in Italy ami France as a serpeant. Daniel K. Meheula. a twice- wounded former lieutenant with the Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111 WV— <USDA>— Hogs 9.000: fairly active: uneven: barows and gilts 180 -220 Ibs 25 higher than Thursday's average; spots up 35; heavier weights strong to 15 higher; no ;bs down steady to 50 higher; mostly choice Nos. 1 and 2 11.40-65; few loads to shippers and butchers ms- few 200 Ibs down 17.25: bulk choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 230-250 Ibs 167517.25; 260-320 Ibs 15.75-10.50; 130170 Jbs 16.00-17.50; 120-140 Ibs 137515.50; few 15.75; 100-110 Ibs 122513.50; sows 400 Ibs down 15.00-75; few 16.00; heavier weights 130014.75; stags 11.50-13.50; boars 9.00- Cattle 500; calves 300; generally steady in clean up trade; odd lots • commercial and good steers and i heifers 28.00-31.00: utility and commercial cows 22.00-24.00; canners and cutters 18.00-21 50. Long Kicked Out of Louisiana Committee BATON ROUGE. La. W, _ Qov Earl Long was kicked out as Louisiana's national democratic commit- teemart yesterday and replaced with an outspoken critic of President Truman. It was the second political setback in 16 days for the Governor whose brother, the late u. S. Sen. Kuey P. Long, once ruled Louisiana with an iron hand. Ouachita College Choir To Sing at Osceola OSCEOLA — Ouachita Baptist College's 40-voice choir will sing at the morning service Sunday at the First Baptist Church here, it was announced today by the Rev Percy Herring, pastor. The choir is under the direction of Fred Becker, former minister of music and education at the First (Continued from Page 1) closed from the Army air base at Walnut Ridge in 1948. The Fire Department was reorganized in that year and the volunteers recently were voted a small salary Another valued contribution to Manila's improvement program was made in 1949 when the Lions Club raised $7.000 ( 0 equip the school playground which at that time had practically nothing in the way of recreational facilities In addition to Mayor Shedd, the town is governed by a six-man council whose members are B J McKiunon, Alvln Topton. L L' Woodruff, Harry Ballard. Harvey Durham and Claude Ijmcnstsr Oerald Wallace is recorder and police protection is furnished by Chief Lee Baker and John Belew deputy night ma,.-,!i,il. (Tomorrow: Tlie Anniversary) 96lh Division in the Philippines and Okinawa. Mrs. Marion if. Kaipo, 61. widow, whose son, Herbert Hussey, was killed with the Third Marine Division on Iwo Jlma. Obituaries G. Z. Taylor Dies At Home of Son G. Z. Taylor, 77. died at the home of his son, John W. Taylor, Rt. 2. Blythevilla, yesterday following a' long Illness. Funeral arrangements were incomplete today pending the arrival of relatives. Cobb Funeral Home is in charge. Bom In Tennessee, Mr. Taylor had farmed in Mississippi County for 58 years. He was the husband of the late Miss Annie Catherine Hall, whom he married in 1900. He is survived by three oilier sons. James Taylor of Delaplaine. Ark.. Andrew Taylor Of Dexter. MO., and Robert Taylor of Cleveland, O.; five daughters, .Mrs. Aggie Lutes of Hazel Park. Mich.. Mis. Beyve Yarbro of Detroit, Mrs. Tassyc Payne of Dexter, Mrs. Mildred Lucy of Huffman and Mrs. violet Baker of Dlytheville; one sister. Mrs. turn Manlcy of Btylheville; 34 grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. FARM 'Drop It 'He Hollered And Two Women Drop Steaks, Ham from Skirts CORAl GABLES. Fla. W)—J. R. Lawson. a chain store supervisor couldn't believe his eyes. When he hollered "drop it" at two women, here's what he said fell out of their skirts: Ten steaks, two hams. Iwo packages of sliced ham and four chickens. The women were charged yesterday with shoplifting. Read Courier News Classified Ads 790 BlythevUle Students to Sing In District Vocal Festival at ASC By RUTH LEE (School Corresponded) Approximately 146 senior high school and 44 junior high students will go to Jonesboro Tuesday to attend t!ie district vocal festival nt Arkansas State College, Mrs. Wilson Henry, has announced. Tiie high school choir, boys' and girls' glee clubs and the junior high girls' glee club will sing in the Class A section with choral groups from Jonesboro. Bald Knob, Forrest city and West Memphis. First, second and third place ratings will be given by Herrold Headley. choral director from the University of Arkansas. Emily Damon and Sue Jobe will be accompanists for the Blytheville groups. Faculty chapcrones lor the day will indued Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Helen Lundgren from the high school faculty, and Miss Virginia Bo\ven and Mrs. Margaret Bell of the junior high faculty. HomecomingDay Planned By Bethel AME Church A Homecoming Day will be sponsored by the Missionary Society of Bethel AME Church, First and Cleveland, at 3:30 p.m. Sunday. Cluest speaker will be Jimmie Robinson, English teacher at Harrison High School. The welcome ad- riress will be given by Eva ,M. Hollis. Music will be furnished by the Blytheville Social and Art club and the Harrison High School Choral Club will sing. Soloists will be James Collins ami Mamie Williams Carrie B. White is president of the Missionary society and Rev E N'cwsome. pastor' of Bethel AME Church. Baptist Church in Blytheville. ' ' Read Courier News Classified Today's Dreifus Special JADE-ITE MIXING BOWLS Mix - Bake - Serve - Store Width while they lasfl DHEIFUS Mgj rimTiis . . Wear HiRimmfe \ Regislration will he held between 8 and S ajn. (n the n. E. Lee Wilson Memorial Auditorium where all /estiva! events will take place. .according to Mrs. Henry. During the morning, the choirs, mixed choruses and girls glee clubs will sing and following lunch, in the college cafeteria boys' glee clubs and special ensembles will perform. Class B schools who will send children to the festival are Crawfordsville. Elaine. Lepanto. Marked Tree, Parkin, Walnut Ridge and Wilson. Lmora and Shawne« choral groups will sing In the Class C division. I'AKATKOOI'KIl — Pfc. Max Sherwood (above), son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sherwood of Holland, Mo., is currently stationed at ftort Bennlng, Ga., with the Army's nirborne forces. Pfc. Sherwood received his basic training at Port FUley, Kan., nnd has been a qualified parachutist since last November. (Continued from Page 1) 100-cent dollars," debt with hard he warned. "Diversify." Mr. Lynch told (lie group, "so you can supplement the crop which may have been overproduced nationally or the crop which failed." He also advised land owners to "keep good, comfortable houses on your land. That is one way to stop the lo.ss of farm population and on-the-form labor." John Damcrai. of the University of Arkansas Cotton Experiment Sta'- Uon. told the group that in five years of experimenting with various pre- and post-emergence chemical weed controllers, his records indicate that yields can be increased d Cu.sUs cut through "proper" use of the chemicals. Nursery Plants Next 'We think so much of chemical weed control," he reported, "that we are going to use it on our nursery plants this year and those are plants we give snecinl care." James Gattis. extension service engineer, discussed possibilities of irrigation as "crop insurance." James Coward, Department of Agriculture entymologist, warned the farmers that pink bollworm not now generally found in this county can be carried in the bedding of migratory laborers. Dr. Charles Lincoln, University entymologist, pointed out that poisoning for the bollworm is ofleu done too soon. "Quite often, your field will have enough beneficial insects to take care of the bollworm and poisoning, of course, is harmful to these " he said. The panel of experts has been conducting meetings in the Arkansas cotton area for two weeks under the sponsorship of the University of Arkansas Extension Service. PAGE THREE Marines Beat Off 5 Red Charges •Stormy Skies Keep Planes on Ground After Raids Yesterday SEOUL, Korea l.t'i — u S M->- rlnes heal off five prc-d:ura attacks on the rugged Eastern Frail In Korea today. Stormy skies put the dumper on aerial activity today after highly successful raids on Red supply facilities Thursday. Land and sen based war planes cut Red run lines Thursday at a near-record 354 points. They also destroyed or damaged elchl' locomotives nnd more than TO freight cars. The Eiehlh Army today klenli- fied three U. N. divisions now in the battle line. The Third and Drit- ish Commonwealth Divisions arc "" the Western Front, facing Ihr Chinese. The Marines nre on the mountainous Eastern Front In Washington, the Defense Department announced that American forces In Korea have suffered 401.628 non-battle casualties up lo last Jan. I, Defense Secretary 1/iv-i e't salcl 378OH of ihcm have re-! turned to duty. 'Father of Blues' Says Negro Musicians Too Good for it, STYLE NOTE - Pfc. Glenn Birfse, of Eufoln, Okla., now with the 45th Division, displays the Easter bonnet he whipped up for the "Easter parade" in Korea. Like any good milliner. he used the most humble of materials—his steel helmet, plus a few sprigs of native pine and an artificial flower from a candy box. Truman Hits Politicians WASHINGTON. (IP, _ President Trumrtn suggested today that senators opposing his plan to reorganize the scandal-hit Internal Revenue Bureau "are more interested in their political patronage than in good public service." VAGUE PAINS, BAD BREATH, HEADACHES DIGESTIVE DISTURBANCES, DIZZY SPELLS NERVOUSNESS, WEAKNESS, SLEEfLESS NIGHTS WEAK SEXUAL POWERS, BAD COMPLEXION Alul Tjipfc- nf Vllnllfo n,..t »_„ "•*.•*• »«wrT RUSH-SoId Out! Also Lftcfc of Vitality and Enci BJ Always Tfr«d. rale and Listless Irritable Stomach Gas, A General Hun-Down Feeling With no Ambition To Work and Stop Suffering NO MATTER KOW IX>NG YOU HAVE SUFFERED, or what drugs yon have put in your body, yon can now hope for MIRACULOUS RELIEF with natural HOPE MINERAL TABLETS. In jasl » lew days, you will >ce results. The black poisonous waslc will begin to leave your body and yon will feel a wondrous chanje. Mother Nature lias blended traces or FIFTEEN DIF- KEBENT MINEIt ALS in Hope Mineral. Perhaps yonr body Is craving just one of these to start your lazy organs working again. Nature Heals More and more doctors are fnrn- IIIEJ back to rutarc for cures. Penicillin was discovered In a natural molil prowth; raw onion will kill hiclcrra; and, a new substitute for bloml plasma ha.t been fonml in OX- ra Planls. NATURE PROVIDES! HOPE MINERALS come from the earth, manufactured in nature's own laboratory. There Is absolutely NO ALCOHOL in Hope Mineral It will nol give yon that false lilt which wears off when the alcohol wears off. The intestine I s(hc most important organ in your body— and it Is also the most ahuscil. Wlicn you Feel and Look OM Before Yoor Time, lose that sparkle and feel dcarttircd, maybe your body !s craving something. New Life Not only will yon FEEL result! with HOPE MINERAL, but you wil SEE the results. Watch your climl "" , s Vou wl " Mc thl = waste- BLACK AS NIGHT— begin to leave your body and yon will rcallic the mmcrils arc doing their work. The years will begin lo slip aw»r and you want to tell your friends and all A iMrtinc Michigan time >o"f : " E Hcf""' ™ n " <"•"'•• Jro wZyi^&f^fl?"'^ i^i.MKmATr.(.y to IIOZKN HOPE M"N. Thr^c arc just a lew of ihe •rrlri- conllnuoiuljT [,„„, , n t lell ut th«; like HOVE over the country luvr. nrvcr sold arty MINKKAI. TAIII.KTS. SOMETIMES we sulTcr so lone we forset what It is to be licalthv THE fJOOfi TO HEALTH is oprn lo you. When you arc nrrvoox ,lul| lircd, lack amblllon ami spA""' have dliry spells. « hen your po« rrs are weakened anil life seems to have no meaning— try HOPE MINERAL. Guaranteed Don'l Suffer Another Day K> PUICE Society Lawyer Shot, Wounded NEW YORK M>i -Sol A. Rosenblatt, society lawyer and disputed ncrr to a J. P. Morgan gramldawh- ter's fortune, was wounded last "mlit by a mystery gunman as he entered his Park Avenue home. The attorney, one-time general counsel for the Democratic Notional Committee. \vns struck In the left thigh by one of Ui,ce .shots fired by his assailant, who escaped in a car with another man. The car, reported stolen, later was found abandoned four bloclu north on Park Avenue. RED CROST (Continued from Page 1) Jessie Knox, John Lewis. Arthur Lewis, Sam Moore. Garrield Ma- lonc. Alton Mctcalf. Abraham Ray Willie Ransom, Daisy Simmons, Nath Smith. Joe While, Lee Williams, J. o. Wash. Tommle James SI—Eugene Buiin, E. A. Austin. Vick Wilson, J. A. Hayncs. Jr.. Ed Wilson. Mrs. Ella Phillips Walter Lunsford, Herbert Wilson W T Dnvis. Jake Darby, c. c. Cobb' Louis Henson, George Sheppard w' T. Coward, Mrs. W. T. Lunstord. CLEVELAND fA!»>—W. C. Han- tly, often called tlir f.ilhcr ul the blues, says most Kcgro musicians won't pla.v the bliifs any more although at heart tliey love music. 'They're loo gooii for It now." the 78-ycnr-old tomimser declared in nn Interview .ve.sted.'iy. Handy said iho blues arc "founded on truth nnd (olklore which roaches bark tn Africa and the Ne- tiroes have a genius for expressing Although for years he has been n member of the National Association for Ihe Advancement of Colored People, Handy look n friendly [RUMAN (Continued from Page 1) an hour. It made no headway toward ending the stalemate over voluntary repatriation. Communist negotiators did accept a n*v:.;cd version for exchanging Interned foreign nationals. It provide.; that all foreign civilians be •'permitted ami assisted" lo return lo the other side after an armisl,CL if they so desire. The UN. Command holds only a 23-yenr-ol<l Russian nml her 32- mcnth-old daughter. They are Interned at Pusan. The Communists have reported holdine; 43 foreign civilians, 'me U.K. Command has asked for an accounting ol 30 others. fConlinued from Page 1> equipment welshing 1,100.000 Ions. Equipment Listed He .-.aid this did not include airplanes nnd ships which crossed the Atlantic under their own power. He swnmnrized specific pieces of equipment in this list; 7.310 tanks and combat vehicles. r;'.S7.> iiin:or tvasifunrt vehicles. S.iKHl j::d!'.s and tailnr. lO.Sfa artillery pieces. 31<> Navy vessels. 3(jf> Navy aircraft. ur>2 Air Force aircraft. (!7a,303 small arms and machine Bims and 240 million rounds of nm- inunftiou. In addition to the tonnage shipped lo Europe, the report showed h;llf a million tons shipped to the Near Kast and one third of a million tons to the Far Kast. for n total export of arms mid equipment under the Mutual Security program through last December of 2,200.000 tons exclusive of craft delivered under iheir own power. difference with the orsanization. Jle said it and "certain other organizations" have led the Negro 'away from his real heritage Into A bo« of pretense and Insincerity" putting: -social equality before any. Ininn else and mixing up Negro thinking." 40 Examined At Child Clinic A total of 40 children were examined yesterday at a crippled children's clinic held at the Mississippi Coui-ty Health unit here. Eight new cases were reported and one new polio pallent m>.i examined. The polio victim had previously undergone treatment at Paragould's Community Hospital Mrs. Annabel B. Fill, county health nurse, said. Dr. John Cray of Joucsboro. orthopedic Consultant, conducted the clinic. Lunch was served the patients by women of (lie First Christian Church and favors were distributed by the Junior Red Cross. New Facts Found In 'Ships' Case WASHINGTON <AP> — Senate investigation dug Into new evidence today of high-profit trade In which rich Americans and Chinese Nationalists sold goods to Red China, even after the start of the Korean War. Sen. Mimdt (R-SD), denouncing the traffic and what he termed ius "blood soaked profits," said he will insist on further inquiry Into some, only partially explored channels of the trade. Soybean Seed FOR SALE Dor feh N*o. 3 and Ogtlen soybean seed, cleaned ami sacked. ; Onok these before price in| creases. RED TOP GIN Bls-thcvlllc — Phone 3758 BUSINESS FOR SALE Here's a good opportunity to go info business for yourself. If you're Interested In Hie moving and home service business. Hie HOME SKUVICKS .«• STORAGE CO. Is for sale. Moving equipment includes: 1 2','j-Toii Studcb.ikcr Tractor, 1 International 2-Tnn Tractor. 1 Chevrolet Pick-up Truck, 2 Van Trailers. 1 Grain Trailer, 1 Ford llEt.il Body and' nllier equipment esscliti.il to the moving business. Office nnd heating llxlurcs. Upholstering supplies (or home service, ami furniture rcfinlshlng equipment. Also 1,000 f£. of nrilnut lumber, llusincss is for sale iluc to death of owner. Write or contact.... MRS. C. tJ. EATON .K2G Walnut Blytheville, Ark. Save Now on Tractor Tires at Blytheville's (A TIRE FOR EVERY WHEEL IN NORTHEAST ARKANSAS) Come in nnd gel iiciiuainlctl with the new Tire Center in iilvlhcvilJc. . .Mct'aiiJ's Tire Store. Kigltt now you can siive money on these two tractor tiro specinls—lni(, in addition, we want yon to pet ac- (junirled with (he complete service we offer. KIRBY DRUG STORES U. S. ROYAL TRACTOR TiRE 12-38 Gripmaster $0173 U. S. ROYAL TRACTOR TIRE 11-38 Rice & Cane 59 John litirnclt, M;rr. All Sizes Tractor Tires (front & rear) now in stock Retreading & Repairing Dep't to Open Soon ,,I TIRE STORE U I OF BLYTHEVILLE John Burnett, Mgr. Highway 6! South—Across from Swift Oil Mill—Phone 8662

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