The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1952 · Page 5
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TTTORSDAY, APRIL 8, 1952 BLYTTIRVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW Queen Juliana Up Early For Activities in America By RUTH COWAN WASHINGTON wi—Queen Juliana of the Netherlands was up early today to begin a split-second program that includes addressing Congress in English, shaking thou«ands of hands at three receptions and donning a diamond tiara tonight for a formal dinner party. The Queen and her husband, Prince Bernhard, ore the first guests in the newly rebuilt White House. The President and Mrs Truman moved hack in only last Thursday after having lived across Pennsylvania Avenue at Blair House for three years. last Minute Rush Made There was a last-minute rush to get the place ready for the royal visitors. A small but formal luncheon will be given in the redecorated state dining room, but the White House staff, which includes many newcomers, was not considered ready to tackle the rigors of a formal state dinner last night, so 11 was held at the Carlton Hotel. About 50 guests were Invited to the dinner, given by the President nnd Mrs. Truman. For this event both Mrs. Truman and the Queen wore grey evening gowns. Gowns Strapless The Queen's gown was strapless but she wore with it a bolero of pearl gray chantilly lace. Her jewels included a diamond tiara and brilliant diamond brooch. Truman told his guests lhat "we have with us what I like to -refer lo as the fairy queen. We had the fairy princess with us the time before—before she became Queen of England." He referred to Ihe visit last November of Queen Elizabeth II, THE Princess Elizabeth. The Queen and her party arrived late yesterday afternoon. It was raining llfjlitly when she stepped from the plane. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Open Hizh Low 1:15 May 4188 4200 41G3 4110 July . , 4087 4102 4C6S 4073 Ocl 3782 3798 3768 3113 Dec 3750 3767 3738 3739 New Orleans Cotton Open High Ixnv 1:15 May 41D4 4205 4169 4176 July 4592 4107 1083 4079 Oct 3784 3603 3767 3772 Dec 3151 3767 3735 3730 Soybeans Hi<;h Low Close May 293'i 2SO'i 291',i July 291-', 288 1 ; 239'', Sep 284T. 281 '.', 281 Nov :... 278 275 275'i Livestock NATIONAL, STOCKYARDS, 111. W> (USDAV—Hoss 10.500: weights 180 Ibs up and sows mostly 25 lower (han Wednesday's average except some heavy sows little changed: 170 Ibs down steady to 25 lower; bulk choice 180 - 230 Ibs 16.50-75: shippers and butchers buying choice nos.l and 2 220 Ibs down largely at 16.60-751 top 16.75, lowest since April 30, 1950; 340-270 Ibs full width of choice grade 15.50-16.35: 280-380 Ibs 15.00 - 50; 150-170 Ibs 14.75-16,25: 120-MO Ibs sows 40 Ibs down 4.50-15,25; over 400 Ibs 13.00-14.25; stags 11.50-13.50; boards 9.50-12.00. Cattle 1,200, calves 400; demand only moderate For steers; little done early although few good to low choice steers and heifers steady at 29.00-32.50; cows opened steady; bulls strong to 25 higher; vealers steady; utility and commercial cows 21.50-21.00; canners and cutters 17.00-21.00; utility and commercial bulls 23.00-26.25; cutter bulls 19.00-22.00; most good" and choice vealers 30.;;-38.00; prime to «.00; utility and commercial vealers 22.00-28.00. (Continued from Page 1) traded last Dec. 18. These rosters listed 11,559 Allied prisoners and approximately 132,000 Communist prisoners. There has been neilher secrecy nor progress over the Russian question since Ihe Reds first injected (he issue into staff officer talks Feb. 16. The Communists nominated the Soviet Union as a "neutral nation" to help inspect a truce. Staff officers gave up and a subcommittee of truce negotiators took over the debate Thursday. SEOUL, Korea ta-> — American Sabre pilots destroyed or damaged ei2ht Communist jets today, running, their box score to 40 for the first three days of April. Today's .toll was taken in three battles over Northwest Korea including history's longest jet fight It lasted 45 minutes. Eighteen F-M Sabre jets tangled with 60 Russian- type Jets in that battle, fought as the sun was setting. Here's the score: „ , , Tmlaj- Apr. Mar. Destroved ... 2 15 37 Probables i \ 3 Damaged 2 18 53 T °l al 5 37 103 April Allied loses have not been announced. They are reuorted weekly. 3 Guards, of Robbed Armored Truck Are Suspended by Firm DANVERS, Mass. (/Pj—The three guards of the armored truck which was robbed of $681.000 last week are under Indefinite suspension from toe company. That move was disclosed ' last night by George Patton, Jr., s;cn- *ral manager of the U. s. Trucking Corp., owners of the armored truck. Patton added, however, "there Is not a particle of evidence of complicity" against any of the three men. To Dedicate Cooter Gym COOTER, Mo. — Cooter High School's new auditorium-gymnast- urn will be dedicated .at an open RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. LAST TfMES TONITE Double Feature "JUNGLE OF CHANG" and "JUNGLE HEADHUNTERS" FRIDAY "AS YOU WERE" \\m. Tracy & Joe Sawyer SATURDAY "MAN FROM THE BLACK HILLS" Johnny Mack Brown Jimmy Ellison WAR Blodgett to Attend Home Builders Meet Mayor Dan Blodgett plans to attend a meeting of the Arkansas Home Builders Association in Little Rock Monday night when low-cost housing is to be discussed, he ;aid this morning. McMath to Carolina RALEIGH, N.C. W| — Gov McMath of Arkansas will visit North Carolina next week. house to be held In the new build- Ing at 7 p.m. tomorrow. Second Woman Is Arrested in Hayti Slaying CARUTHERSVIU.E, Mo. <jp) _ Miss Norma Jean Weber, former SI. Louis cab company dispatcher, was brought here today and jailed on a murder warrant in connection with the Hayti tourist court slaying of Frank Vnssallo March 9. Taken into custody at her home in St. Louis Tuesday, Miss Webber was the fourth lo be charged ivith murder in this case. The others are Mrs. Nancy Garner cell. William If. Saundcrs and George Harvill all of St. Louis. Circuit Judge Joe H. Hunter yesterday freed Mrs, Bell on a writ of habeas corpus from a contempt charge made in snm j. Corbelt's magistrate court. A murder warrant was Immediately served on the St. Louis beautician and she went back to 'jail. The murder charge against Mrs. Bell, previously dropped, had no effect on her testimony before magistrate Corbett. She conshtently refused to testify on four occasions at the preliminary hearing for the two men. Miss Weber, 23, Is said to have been seen In a Hayti restaurant with two other women ard three men, including Vassallo, shortly before Vassallo was shot to death as he tied from one tourist court toward another. STEEL (Continued from Page 1) gotiatjons again were scheduled lo start in New York today but there was no indication of a break from either side. Murray, in New York for the negotiations, declined comment on the seizure talk. Henry J. Kaiser announced last night -that he had reached an agreement with the steelwarkers based on the government's wage increase proposals covering more than 5.000 workers at Kaiser's Ponlana plant in Southern California. This was the union's biggest settlement so far, but Kaiser is a relatively small producer. Kaiser said he has given in to keep steel production going "during the crucial defense period" and was relying on the govern- POLITICS PACE VTTH (Continued from Page 1> corruption In government, we have no one to blame but ourselves because we haven't taken enough Interest in what has been going oil In the political world. And II this corruption is ever cleaned up. the movement is Roing to have to start dowj> here u-Jth lis." Approaching Danfierous Era He said that thlb nation Is rapidly approaching (he most dangerous era in history—the atomic enemy era. "Risht now the United stales lias almost a complete monopoly on the atomic energy field and If we have socialistic-minded people at (he heart of our government when the atomic era arrives, we are going to have total socialism whether we like It or not." During the business session which preceded Mr. Speck's ad; dress, it was reported that to dale the club realized a net profit ol $314.33 from its fourth annual benefit pancake breakfast last week, with more than S50II in tickets still linreportcd. Tne money win go to the club's Boys and Girls Work fund. Emery Francis, Floyd rcclcr. George M. Lee and Eddie B. David were inducted as new meml>ers yesterday. Churchill M. Buck pro- sided over the Induction ceremonies. Guests at yesterday's meeting Included Ralph Wilson and Mitchell Moore, Osceola Kiwanians; Johnny White. Carulhersville, Mo.. Kiwanlan: Gordon Savior of Parauould. Paul D, Foster and Jack Finlny Robinson of B!.vt!ievil!c. Donate! Brown represented the Key Club at yesterday's meeting. TELEGRAPH (Continued from Page l> i . closed but had no pickets at Ft Smith, Fayettevllle. Blytlievllle' Jonesboro, Cdrnden, Paragould and other cities. The Magnola office, with two non-union employes, was open but was unable lo send or receive messages because of the other closings Slate' Fourth Strike This walkout Thursday boosted to four (lie number of major strikes In progress in Arkansas. Biggest strike Is at the government's secret construction project adjacent (o the Pine Bluff Arsenal. Work is shut down and some •) coo are idled by -walkouts of common laborers and carpenters who have set up picket lines. About SCO employes arc idled by a strike of sawmill workers at the | Crossett, Ark., Lumber Co. Another • 300 are on strike at the Dixie Cup plant In Ft. Smith. The reason for the walkrml of carpenters at Pine Bluff hasn't been announced. All the other strikes Involve wage demands. Read Courier News Calssified Ads. ment lo "grant (he necessary and equitable steel price adjustment" later. Price Stabilizer Ellis Arnall. meanwhile., had new price talks arranged with Presidents Benjamin Fairless of U.S. Steel Corp. and Ben Morcell of Jones & Ltuighlin Sieel. Arnall said however he had no intention of giving the steel industry the kind of off-setting price boost it wanted, 'adding: : "1 don't see any ray of hope In thi.s thing." ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE Thursday & Friday! Double Feature T orescnis Paramount Presents 2 ura'w,.,^ Color by TECHNICOLOR * * *•;."* '' - —. f - «. , 2 Reel Technicolor Short & Carfoon. """*'*** Guaranteed Pay Weekly orMonthly! EYEWOHE Can Mtord Diamonds at Prices lite These! FITZPATRiCK ™ Jewelers «™ "IT TAKES ONLY 3 MINUTES TO OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT" MORRIS (Continued from Page 1) dent Truman in what looked to some observers like a heated nrcu- mc-nt while they were walllii" lo meet Queen Juliana at National Airport yesterday. Truman is having n news conference today, and it the question isn't answered before then he is almost certnin to be asked whether he Is going to fire McGrath or Morris, or both. Morris, who asked McOrath find nearly COO other lop Justice Do- purtment officials to fill out detailed questionnaires about (Heir personal finances, has been stand- i"K by snyin. ; nothing. McCrndi was flushed and lool-cd indignant during yesterday's exchange at the airport, nnd the President was unsmiling. They stood some distance awav from other wnfline; dignitaries and newsmen and their words could not be overheard. another group. McGrath and Short continued talking:. By the time Queen Juliana's plane arrived things had cooled off and McGralh was Ihe third dignitary presented to the Queen by Ihe President, Instead o! accompanying the parade downtown, however, McGrath, returned Immediately to his oflice. He snid later he hnd no comment. Last night McGrath and his wife were among the guests at the President's slate dinner In honor of the visiting Queen. McGralh had spent 15 minutes with the President at the White House enrlicr In the day and when he left he told reporters: "Any- NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration ; 'Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK, Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 LAST TIMES TONJTE "INDIAN UPRISING" George Montgomery FRIDAY 'RED STALLION IN THE ROCKIES Robert Preston SATURDAY "THE LAST MUSKETEER' Rex Allen thing that Is to be saM about our discussion will be said by the. President or his staff." One guess being tof.sed around on what happened at the airport was that McGrath may have become annoyed when the afternoon passed without the President or his staff saying anything. Thus far McGrath has not filled out Morris' questionnaire. Nor has he instructed any of his subordinates to do 30. He told n House Judiciary subcommittee which is investigating his department that he has not decided whether he Is eolne to fill ii out. Turn to Page 7 DELTA IMPLEMENTS Open 6:30 p.m. — Show Starts at Dusk 2 Shows Every Night! THURSDAY & FRIDAY First Showing In Blytheville STEVENS • FLEMING Shorts: "Figuro & Fntnlde" & "Litllu Pupa" BRING THE FAMILY — COME OUT EARLY FREE PONY RIDES, SWINGS AND SLIDES FOR THE CHILDREN! Adults: 50c — Children Under 12 FREE Phone 4G21 Show Starts Weekdays i f|= 7:00 p.m. i rj= Sat. Sun. j i= 1 :00 p.m. Including &CHIL ii Smart New Spain Including Topp ESS UP FOR EASTER AT Whits

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