The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 28, 1952 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 28, 1952
Page 12
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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COUKflW JfBWl FRIDAY, NABOB M, Soybeans Nebraska Fight Grows Tough For Democrats Tennessccan Drops Unruffled Manner In Blow at Kerr (Continued from Page 1) ble Importance as a major testing ground for candidates of both parties. And MacArthur-For-Prfsi- dcnt lenders have come up with the suggestion that Tuft should step nslde and be "honored to serve as vice president under MacArthur as President." But the center ol interest was In the Kefauver-Kerr dispute In which the mild-mannered Tonnes- seean dropped his customary unruffled composure for the first time during his weeks of pumping. Kefauver Is Angered Kcfauver angrily accused Kerr yesterday of trying to smear hi. through speeches and an advertisement sponsored by Kcrr-for- PresEdent partisans. Kerr had sn!d Kefauver favors a greater con- ^j y Central centratlon of federal power in I Iri (, Harvester Washington. The advertisement criticized the Kefauver voting record in Congress on issues relating to Communist-control legation, and said Kefauver would surrender U. S. sovereignty to an Atlantic Union. "It's the same kind of tactics they used against me in Tennessee," Kefauver said, referring to his fight for eloction to tho Senate Rgalnst the opposition of Memphis political leader Ed Crump. Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton Open Illfjh Low 1:16 May 4080 4113 4084 4108 July -1000 4023 3596 4020 Oot 3704 3728 3103 Dec 3612 3607 3672 New Orleans Cotton Open High Low 1:15 j May 4089 4114 4087 41081 .'illy 3998 4025 3098 40161 3707 3730 3703 3127 3600 Baptist Youth Night Services Set Oct. Dec 3675 3095 3071 3721 3699 July . .Sep. . Nov. . High . . 2'JO , , 283'/, Close 201(4 277 New York Stocks A T and T ............. Amer Tobacco Aimcowln Copper ...... Beth Steel .............. Chrysler ......... . ..... Coca-Cola .............. Gen Electric ............ Gen Motors ...... ....... Ward ...... 282 \' 277 154 5-8 58 3-8 4 fiO 3-8 75 1(15 3-4 59 J C Pennev Republic Steel nrullo Socony Vacuum Studcbnker Standard ot N J 76 7- TOXBS Corp r/l 1-2 i Scnrs 52 1-8 U S Steel 39 3-8 Ilev. A. 1). Van ArKilale "The Inevitable question" will Di! (lie sormon topic of Hie Rev. A. U. Van Ar.sdnle at the revival service of the First Church tonight nt 1:30 o'clock, when special recognition will be given to the Intermediates and Young People of the church. Following tlie Youth Night evangelistic service, a youth fel- 54 3-fl low.ship, under the direction of CD Rnlph Churchill, gospel .singer, 20 win be conducted In the church M 1-2 67 'i-4 41 1-8i 27 339 1-2j dining room. Ralph Churchill Plans for the concluding services or the revival, which has been in progress since March 23, were annotmce'U by the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of the church, family Night is scheduled for the 1:30 o'clock Saturday evening service. March 30 is Revival Climax Service, when an attendance goal of 650 is set for Ihe Sunday School, 250 for the Training Union, nnd capacity attendance at both the morning Imd evening worship .services. Obituaries Yarbro Woman Dies of Illness Mrs. Essie Chapman Lancaster died this morning In Oakvllle Sanitarium after an tlbiew of about ten years. The 3<i-year old woman had lived In Yarnro all of her Life. She leaves her husband; t» r o Poiiee Dragnet Seeks Man Who Sent Bomb To Konrad Adenauer MUNICH. Germany (AV-A police dragnet over West Germany today sought the unidentified man who tried to kill Chancellor Konrad Adenauer with a mailed bomb- Brought to the police here by two suspicious teen-agers, the bomb exploded, killed the German expert trying to dismantle it and wounded four other persons. AUDIT (Continued from Pa^e 1) $25 per month to all persons whose salaries were not fixed by the Legislature, It was estimated that approximately 1,800 of the 2,400 persons on the highway payroll would tie allotted- Last month 10 cents per hour Increases were grunted to biborors and foremen's salaries were raised $39 per month. Walnut Ridge Man Filet For State .Senate Seat L1TTIJE ROCK W. Beat of Walnut Rldgo has filed as n candidate for senator from the nth district, composed of Pulton, Sharp, Randolph and Lawrence counties. Mason EUls of Imbodeji and Dr. Charles L, Tibbets of Black Rock have announced for the same post. Livestock NATIONAL, STOCKYARDS. III.I/B —<USDA>—Hogs 3.500; fnlrly active, uneven: 180 Ibs up mostly 10 lo 25 lower; lighter weights steady to 25 lotver; sows 25 to 50 lower; bulk choice 1801230 Ibs 16.75-17.15; argely 10.85 up, with sales nt 17,10-15: most for choice Nos. 1 and 2 under 220 !bs; few loads cnrly 11.25; 240-270 Ibs full width of choice grade 15.75-16.65; 280-310 Ibs 15.50-85; 150-170 Ibs 15.25-10.75; 120-140 Ibs 13.00-14.75; 100-110 Ibs 11.50-12.50; KOW.S 400 Ibs down 14.50-15.50; heavier sows 13.00-14.25; stags 11.50-13.50; boars 0.50-12.00. Cattle 400, calves 400; generally steady In cleanup trading; odd lots and Individual bend ot good and choice steers and heifers 29.00-33.60; few utility and commercial '24.00-27.00; utility ami commercial cows 21.50-21.25; ci>n- ner anil cutter cows 17.00-21.00; utility and commercial bulls 23.0026.00; cutters 10.00-22.00; bulk good nnd choice venters 30.00-38.00; prime sorted offering to -10.CO; utility and commercial vealcrs 20.00-28.00. Sheep 300; I Couple Arrested ^ In Qsceola for Wedding Ring OSCEOI.A _ A 30-year-old man and a 17-year-old girl are being held In the county jail here today for questioning: concerning the theft of a SI25 wiMUIIiiR ring from a Jewelry store while "shopping". The couple \vas Identified as .Jackie Mlltari! Jr., alias Fletcher Williams, of Chicago and Frances NucboH. of Etowah. According to police, the couple Is ctianjcd with .stealing the rim: from A. I,. Jaco, owner of Jaco's Jewelry Store. Mr. Jaco told this story: The couple came Into his store nt noon yesterday and asked to ook at some rings. After looking vcr his display they decided there was none they liked and left. After .hcy had left Mr. Jaco discovered •me of the rings hilssing. He notified police and the couple fas arrested at the bus station ;ll,y Policeman Alex Wiley said the idling ring was found in Millnrd int. ONION quately test prices. not enough to ade- Y on Our Home Loans You'll like the advantages ov our financing plan. Let us teil you about it soon. Blytheville Federal Savings & Loan Association Glcncou Hlrlg. Phone .1,153 J Deaths (Continued Irom Page 1) position. A strike, already postponed four times by Murray at the government's request, Is now fixed for April B. Recommendations made by the Wane Stabilization Board (WSB) TIC In doubt with the WSB clnim- ii(t they lit within the anti-infla- :ion rules nnd Defense Mobilizer Charles B. Wilson contending they "a serious threat" to economic stabilization. Steel Wan Is Price Kike companies insist that they arc to put the WSB proposals into effect they must first get government approval to boost steel prices by S12 a ton. Any such price Increase is being stoutly resisted by Price Stabilizer Ellis Arnall. He fears It would open the way for price boosts up and down the line, causing a new burst of inflation Just when living co have leveled off. children, Bobbie and Louelten; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Chapman; and two sisters, Miss Edna Pearl Chapman and Mrs. Ellle Milhorn, nil ol Bythevle. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete. 'Former Resident Killed in Service A former Blylhevllle resident was killed recently when his parachute failed to open during Operation Longhorn, a maneuver by the 82nd Airborne Division, at San Angelo, Texas. He was Cpl. Andrew R. Mann, son of the late Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Miinii of Blythevillc. He leaves tlirce brothers, Wil- iarn iMlinn of Bald Knob, Rex. Uann of San Angelo. and Sgt. Johnson A. Enochs, stationed in Met?., Germany; five sisters, Mrs. Elartto Ru.sell and Miss Eldova nn of Lakcwood, New Jersey, Mrs. Motlena Harris of Whitter, 'nlif., Mrs, Zoultne Powell, and Mrs. J. D. Wldner of Blytheville; and one nephew. Military rites will be conducted ruesday at Lakewood. • • • Luxora Scout Troop Revived LUXORA — Boy Scout Troop 35 of Luxora has recently been reorganized and leaders named for the coming year, Scoutmaster Wayne Maekey lias announced. Troop commit teemen are to be H. li. Hohlson, chairman, and Joe Gentry, C. D. Smith, John Thweatt, and Vernon James. Raymond Pate l.s to be assistant scoutmaster and Joe Bob Gentry was nnrncd senior patrol leader. Two patrols were organized and Calvin Wilkins nnd Hubert Rush we re chosen patrol leaders. Parcels addressed to always are silted by Adenauer security The blast wounded two policemen and two reporters who were watching the dismantling attempt. AH Bavarian police stations were alerted to look for a man the two boys said handed them the package containing the bomb and asked them to mall It. COUNCIL (Continued from Page 1) city In the sale of such revenue- producing bonds as would be sold in this instance. Aldc-rmnn Gunn offered the resolution to employ Mr. Fendler as special attorney and it was passec on the second of Second Ware Councilman J. L. Nabers. Mr. Fendler's fee would be abou $3.200, Mr. Gunn said. Regarding the employment Mr. Fendler, Mayor Blodgctt had this to say. "In regard to the city attorney in this matter, the Council cnnno Increase his fee during the timi he Is In office. "This project will require a tre mendous amount of time nnd ef fort. There will be many titles it be searched, much legal work am R lot of trips must be made. Thi will require a lot of time. "Inasmuch as our city attorne; cannot be reimbursed for his time, the mayor said, "it wouldn't be fal to impose this upon him." Second Ward Councilman Job Caudill added that the Financ Committee had also consldere that "we need someone with con stdernble experience in this typ of thing to guide us and the ma> or."' Reviews Negotiations Mayor Blodgett then summarize the status and future course to be akwi by the city In negotiation for water company following the nes he outlined by talement Wednesday. prepared "If we can get the water coin- any and subsequently the sewer ystcm," the mayor said, "I hope he Council will pass an ordinance cquiring all houses In reach of he sewei 1 system to be hooked onto it. •This v: '.'ould up the water con- this meeting.' aumpUon, give Ku o**T man »BT«. nue and I hope twrp the wM«r company eventually to carry th« entire load of the water and MW« systems. "That is all in the distent futur« and very rosy. I hope It work* out that way." Mayor Blodgctt thanked the 25 persons "who arc interested enough in our city to turn out tonight for Like To Live In The WHITE HOUSE? Get Beauty Plus the Proved Protection of \ CEMENT PAINT Year After Year It Outsells All Other Cement Paints Combined Redecorates beautifully, seals moisture out, protects and preserves brick, stucco, concrete block, stone, asbestos siding and all kinds of masonry walls. Easy to mix—easy to use. Your choice of 12 lovely colors and white BOP 5-rb. pkg., whitt, matcts about a gallon of rtady-to-ui« point (Cofoci itightly higher) $130 I Get BONDEX from Your Regular Dealer OR FOR THE NAME OF YOUR NEAREST DEALER PHONE WESTERN UNION ASK FOR "OPERATOR 25" John Thomas Roberts Services for John Thomns Rob crts, 80, who died Tuesday at hi: 'lome here, were conducted nt : p.m. today al Home Funern Hume Chanel by Rev. D. C. Hur her. VJurlnl will be In Lane Cemetery. Survivors Include two brother,^ Walter Roberts of Illnnboldt, Term., and Robert Roberts of Murry City. Tonn.: and one son. Roy Roberts of Memphis. Negro Church to Hold Music Festival Here A music festival will be held a. 1 p.m. Sunday at St. Paul's Negro Hnptist Church here. Choirs from other Negro Churches in Blytheville anil a nunvtette will take part in the program. The program will be sponsored hy the Number One Choir of St. Paul Baptist Church. W. M. Carter Is director of the choir. Extinguish Grass Fire Firemen answered an alarm lo a grnss fire on West Highway 18 near the Mississippi County garage this morning. No property damage resulted. 'Thin Man' Saves Boy Trapped in Pipe NEW YORK M>j—U was no pipe dream, it wa.s a nightmare for 15-yrar-old Richard Nush ot the IJronx. The boy. playing co|K and robbers with chums yesterday near the Hronx River Parkway, crawled Into a 15-Inch wide. 18-foot lone sewer pipe. I'nrt-wiiy throufh. he got stuck- Husky police couldn't get him out. Richard used up the KXVKCII at the end of the pipe and became unconslcous. Then the "thin man" entered tho picture—and the pipe. He was I.e. Roy Hlley. 28-year-old Negro rmistruclion worker. The tlnn- w.ustcd Rilcy wriggled Into the pipe and grabbed the boy by the ankles. Police grabbed Riley's ankic-s and pulled both to safety. Grcrvesic/e Rites Held For Ignacio Gonza/es Graveside services were to be conducted this afternoon for Ignacio Oonzales who died Wednesday at his home at Hermondale. oM ^fr. Gonzales was working on the Harry Brown farm there. Born in Laredo, Texas. Mr. Gunzales was 44 when he rlied. He had been In this area about one year. Tie lea\cs his wife; four sons, Domlneo, Cruz, r^nacio, Jr., and Merce'ci; and one daughter Mario M^jid?lcna. Cobb Funeral Home is in rtiarge. Brother of Blytheville Woman Dies in California C. C. Johnson, brother of Mrs. J. J. Johnson of Blytheville, died in a Los Angeles hospital last night. Mr. Johnson, a retired chief petty officer in (he Niwy. made his home in Los Angeles. Services will be conducted there. This is a ?[>eci;il invilalion to you 1« );i\k with us about a loan for: l',n\d or building improvements. . .machinery.. .stork any oilier plans you have to make your farm yield mure dollars. Put New Life Into Your Clothes! Join the parade of ivell-dressed men in an Arrow "Easter Parade" Ensemble t lie your Wake up looks of wardrobe with q u <i I i I y d i y cleaning. Colors arc ref r r R h c il . . . original lines restored. Your clothes will look like new for Spring, o Our experts use gentle but efficient solvents in denning, and do a fine pressing job too. We pick up and deliver. Call us BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 441S Wonderful pcl-Toeollicr for F.n«lrr! Smart, finr-stripcd shirt in your favorite paslrl, teamed with a iKimfsome arclalc tie anil mmi-si/.ed Arrow handkerchief. They all harmonize beautifully (l)nl nor obviously). Like all Arrows, ihe shirt carries the famous Mitoga trademark which means it's lapnrcd for better fit. "San- forized" 8 fabrics (limy don't shrink more lliall \%). Faster i? practically wilh us ... belter slop in for your Arrow "Kastcr Pnratlr 1 '' ensemble today. MEAD'S

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