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, AUGUST 28, 1952 <AML> COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Nixon Says He'll Support M'Carthy—'All Nomines WASHINGTON W)—Sen. Richard I M. Nixon of California made it clear today he will support Sen. Joseph • McCarthy of Wisconsin for re-clec- Commodity And Stock Markets— N«w York Gotten Open High Ixnv Close Oct 3808 3887 3S45 3848 Dec 3861 3880 383V 3810 Mar 3851 3870 3825 3C30 i May 3832 3850 3807 3811 I New Orleans Cotton ; Open High Low Close j Oct 3870 3886 38U 3842 j Dec 3859 3877 3836 3333 j Kar 3852 3861 3824 3824 i May 3B31/ 3847' 3803 3803 Soybeans S?p 3.24 3.1811 3.204-»i Kov 3.1H4 3.0T.4 3.08»l-'l J?.n 3.13 3.09'.i 3.10-1014 Mar 3.12 v i 3.00'1 S.lO^i May 3.12 3.08", 3.09>i 154 3-4 EC 3-4 44 1-8 50 -M 19 3-1 New York Stocks A T and T Amer Tobacco 1:} Anaconda Copper , "•teeth Sleel '.v- Chrysler :' CK-a-Cola 112 '( Gen Electric 63 1-8 .j Os\\ Motors 697-8 ' Montgonierv Ward 64 1-8 ! N Y Central 19 1-8 i Int Harvester ....' 33 1 J C Penney 67 1-4 .'; Republic Steel 41 •\i Radio- 26 1-2 Socony Vacuum 361-2 Studcbaker 375-8 Standard of N J 183-4 Texas Corp 55 Sears 57 3-4 U S Steel 39 3-4 So Pac 84 1-2 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI., Wl— (USDA)-Hogs 6,000; fairly active; weights 190 Ibs up mostly steady with Thursdp.y'SVaverage; lighter weights steady to 25 higher; spots more; sows steady to :s; 25 fower; bulk choice 190-230 Ibs •" unsorted for grade 22.00-25; 240270 lire mostly 21.00-85; few to 22.00; 280-300 Ibs in odd lots 20.25-50; 170-180 Ibs 2.75-21.50; 150-170 Ibs 19.25-21.00; largely 20.15 down with few to 21.25; 120-140 Ibs 16.50-19.75; Ws'bws .400 Ibs down 11.50-18.00; 'heavier sows 15.50-17.00; boars II.' 50-15.00. Cattle 850, calves 700: market generally active and fully steady; few commercial and good steers and heifere 24.00-30.00; Indivltiua head high good yearling steers 31.00; few good quality replacemeni steers 26.00-50; utility .and com merclftl cows 18.00-22.00; odd heac to 23.00; canners and cutters 13.00-18.00. tlon, If McCarthy Is renomtnated and osks Nixon's backing. Nixon, the Republican vice presidential nominee, replied to publish, ed reports that he would shun Mc> Carlhy with a statement Issued through Ills office. It said: 'I am going to assist in the election of Republican members of the House and Senate wherever the opportunity presents. When the voters pick a nominee. I will accent the decision and abide by It In any state.' (See related story on Page 2.) Aides made it clear this applies to McCarthy. They said, however that any endorsement Nixon gives would not necessarily mean he shares oil of McCarthy's views, Nixon's statement came after Sen. A. S. Mike Monroney ot Okla hoina called "incredible" an a^ser lion by Sen. Karl Mundt of South Dakota thnt Gen. Dwieht D. Eiseu hower. the GOP presidential noml nee, will support McCarthy's bid for re-election. Mundt is co-chairman of (he Re publican campaign speakers' bu refill. Monroney is chairman of th Democratic speakers' bureau. Political Storm Slnrtcd Mundt snid in a radio pro^rar i (MBS) last night that Ekcnliowe v,lll "endorse and campaign active ly" for McCarthy, whose Commit nist.s - in - government charges liav stirred up a political storm. Nixon's assoelntrs cmnhaslzr the vlcis presidential candidate wi not take anv nart in party nri min-ies, reserving Ills cndorsetner j for candidates who have been nom in^ted and wlio then ask his back- in". Nixon has no Wisconsin appearance scheduled before the state's Sept. 9 primary but expects to speak there later. iailroad Fatality, [raffic Mishaps Ilaims 3 Lives Fssence of East-West Struggle fs Theological, Rotary Is Told Arkansas'Violenr Death Toll Raised To 10 for Week- By The Associated Press Two traffic accidets and a rall- •onrt fatality have brought Arkansas' violent death toll for this week i 10. Early today a 21-year-old Lake City youth, John Comer, was killed when a,car state police say ho was driving and a truck collidet l\vo and a half miles west of Lake City on Highway is. A companion, TFC A. L. Price Jr., also of Lake City, was injurcc critically. Price was home emergency furlough. Another car-truck collision took the lift? of Robert Eugene Bowers 21, of Snydcr, Okla., near De Vi\Us Bluff on Highway 70 this morning Jimmy Bruce, 21, and his wife Virginia, who were in the car will Bov.'ers, were injured. Bruce an Ills wife are from Oklahoma City Okla., according to Informatioi from his billfold. An 87-year-old "bachelor was killed yesterday near Norfolk when lie was hit by H Missouri Pacific passenger train. He was identified as Albert VV. Groover of Arkana. Essence of the East-West struggle ; theological rather than political. . and that fact 1s something thnt America apparently doesn't understand. Speaking was Charles Henderson, Vanderbill University graduate, who spoke to Blythevllle's Rotary Club yesterday. "We must face up to,the fact that the Russians are conducting a very BAPTISTS YFA Hears Talk O/n Cntton Coras'-In Members of the Blytheville,chap- cr of the Yountr Farmers of Amerca, 'at a meeting at Blytheville High School last night, heard talks i on (he grading and classing of cot- Ion given by Howard C. Ttthridge and Ralph Eroundy of the U. S- Cotton Classing Office here. Mr. EthrJdge and Mr. Broundy explained to the group the reasons for classing ami grading eoUon and how to distinguish between grades and staples. v Thcy also gave grading and classing demonstrations. It was announced at last night's meeting that a fish fry for chapter members will be held at.Bar- Held Sept. 4 at 5 p.m. first Bale Ginned Here Brings 45 Cents a Pound The first bale or cotton from the 1952 crop ginned in Blytheville was sold this week by B. G. West Cotton Co. of Blytheville to S. Y. West anrt Co., cotton merchants of Memphis and Dallas for 45 cents n pound. The cotton, grown by W. C. Darby of Clear Lake, was praded middling. The bale weighed 380'pounds. BVD Merchants Get 'Thank-You' Note from Winner Blytheville Value Day merchants received their first official "thank, you" from a prize winner in this .summer's series of Value Day drawings yesterday. Faunie Hassell, 127 East Coleridge, sent the following letter to the Merchant's Division of the Chamber of Commerce, BVD sponsors. Manager Worth D. Holder said today.: "Dear Merchants: Please accept my appreciation of your kindness for .-ending to me the . five-dollar check that I won last value Day. Yours Truly, Fannie Hassell." Top winner of $50 in this week's drawing was Travis Taylor of Bly- thevUlc. nt. 2. Winners of .$10 each were Sieve Talley of Blytlicvillc. fit. 2, Mrs. J. C. Williams of Blytheville, Rt. 2, and Mae Birmingham, 1912 West Ash. Winning So each were Sue Hughes, 921 Anderson, Margaret Wilson. 2144 Edwards. Paul Mason. 2120 Peabody, and Bobby Young or Blytheville, Rt. 4. Bonnie Sue Akers drew numbers from the box on Main Street at the conclusion of Value Day activities Wednesday. (Continued from Page 1) Mr. Brown. Special dedicatory music and the dedicatory sonnon by the pastor will be featured ou both programs, and the 10:55 .service will be broadcast over KI.CN. The evening service, at 8 p.m., will feature a sermon by Dr. Lloyd A. Sparkman, pastor' of Die Sonlhside Ba,i- list Church in Pine Bluff and president of Ihe Arkansas Baptist State Convention, Included in the expansion plans to go into effect Sunday is an enlargement of the Sunday School Department. New nursery, beginner, primary and adult sections have been added to those now In the department. Mrs. J. C. Edwards will .^erve as chairman of Ihe nursery section for children 1-2 years, Mrs. Hoyt Bvown for the beginner clnss for children four years. Mrs. Manrice Luttrell for the primary division for children six yertrs, and Mrs. E. C. Brown for the adutl eroup for married couples through 39 years of ape. Organ Being Installed The three-manual pipe orran Is now being installed by the neuter Organ Company. It contains 32 ranks of pipes with a total of 2 CSS pipes. In qrdci to provide the best tonal quality, two sets of organ chambers have been provided. effective philosophical war. "They contend that man is a tool of the products he uses ond therefore believe he can and must be controlled by those who control his environment. "Of course, there ts no room for God In a system of this type. "On Ihe other hand, the Christian concept of life views man as a moral creature. , . one who Is entitled to the justice, mercy and charily of God and Ills fellow man. '•Thus far in this contest, we have been telling the people o( other nations of our superiority in oil wells bathtubs and automobiles. "These people, wlio have been Involved in p,reat wars, have nnder- onq great sufferings and are not g for demonstrations oi oin Ivysicnl suprrkjrity. "They ave looking lor a way of fe and peace. i v "We must not offer them salva- lon through the atomic bomb, but athcr through faith." Mr. Henderson, wl'.o took his dc- ree in'history. has been awarded a ellowship at George Peabody Col- cg.e. Nashville, where he will stuciy ouard a master's degree. He is the on of former Mayor and Mrs. Doyle lenderson. He was introduced by Rctarian ohn Mayes. Guests at the meeting Included P. E. Cooley. the Hev, w. F. Cooley, Fayetteville; W. E. Spe^, Russell- •ille; Joe Rutherford and Jacob itclnbcrg, Cimlwcll, Mo.; J. E. Dix ind Whitney Morgan. CARTEL With the Courts Chancery Courii • Max Logan VB, Hubert Taylor and Bessie Burdine Taylor, suit on account to enforce lien. Drainage District IB vft. Stella Whistle, et alj restraining order. Extended Arkansas Weather Forecast: Extended Arkansas forecast for Aug-. 22-26: Temperatures Till average 2 to 5 degrees above normal. Normal minimum 65 to 16. Normal ma\imum 89 to 94. I.i'ilc change. Precipitation moderate lo locally heavy. Scattered afler- noon thundershowers. Swedish Ship Collides with U.S. .Vessel; No Casualties Listed LONG BEACH f/P>—The Swedish motorshlp Stratus collided with the American ship S. S. Coos Bay off the Southern California coast early today. . Const Guard headquarters said the Swedish vessel radioed that part of the Coos Bay erew hud lak- en to lifeboat but some men remained aboard. There, was no report of casualties. The Stratus reported Its bow stove in above the water line. It said the Coos .Bay had a large hole In the port side and may be taking water. No medical a.^istance was asked. Radio contact with the cargo vessel came more than an hour after the Coast Guard first received a ij message on the distress frequency tons net. saying only, "Colliding with American ship called Coos Bay, position seven miles west of Anacapa Island- 1 ' The latter message corrected the position to six miles east of the island. That would be of /shore from Ventura. Calif. Heavy fog was reported all along the coast. j When communication was re-! newed. the Stratus reported it had | sent its iifeboats alongside the t damaged American vessel but remaining members of the crew refused to corne aboard. The Straus asked for two lugs which are being dispatched from here and said It will stand by until tugs arrive. The Coos Bay is a converted LST of 3.101 tons net used to haul lumber. The Stratus is listed as 3505 (Continued from Page 1) by any of the countries concerned. The subject has been thoroughly discussed with the Economic Co operation .Administration (KCA) predecessor to MSA, the statement said, and the Esso firm complained that "EGA was attempting to In terfere with normal competitive prices." Adams described the MSA repor as covering "only one very narrow phase" of a wide field oi accusa lions the Federal Trade Commis sion (PTC) has aimed at the five U. S. firms and two foreign com panics—Anglo - Iranian and Roya Dutch Shell Oil Companies. The PTC report i3 due to bi made public Monday, following months of hot controversy over its suppression. It has been billed & a denunciation of alleged monopol; practices by all ssven companies. David Proctor, vice presiden and general counsel for Gulf' O. Corp,, said in Pittsburgh: "As far as I know there ha been no claim made against Gul Oil by Ihe Mutual Security Agenc> That's all I have to say." hey are located on either side'of he choir loft. The organ fc ls schcd- led to be dedicated Sunday, Sep- :mber 14, when Dr. B. L. Bridges xecutive secretary of the Arkansas apt 1st Convention will be the uest minister. f Extreme 5engUv of the sanct uILriing north and south Is 137 eet, extreme width 95 feet, si iiches, and extreme height, 52 feet leating capacity of the sanctuary s 949 persons, and more thnn a housand can be seated- with Un driition of chairs. Exterior walls are solid brick, aii< tone work Is cut from Indian Imestone. included In the basemen s a three-room apartment wit' jath and kitchen facilities. Also :ated In the building are eisht full equipped classrooms and three ot Ices. Two tile refit rooms are pro •idcd off the foyer. The sanctuary floor Is covere with a ,waU-to-WRll carpet of ve! 'et-colored wool. Chancel furnitur MWS are of Gothic design In re oak • and finished weathered The copper-lined baptistry i tered from two eides on the secon floor. Exact cost of the furnished building was listed by church officials today as $37(1,259.19. Memorials Given A number of memorial donations have been made in conJvmcUon with opening of the new sanctuary. Among these are the large window In the front of the building, given in memory of Mr, and Mrs. James Tompkins by members of the Tompkins family, with a name plate placed In the foyer of the church. Aisle windows on the east side were given hi memory of Mr-. New York City 'Site of Terror/ Moscow Claims High Cost of Living Brings Desperation, Broadcast Declares Sleeping Sickness Epidemic Sleeps Through California EISENHOWER (Continued from Page 1) nation, and Taft has supported MacArthur's proposed Korean War jolicins. On the other point — Eisenhower's statement (hat the United States had no choice but to intervene In Korea, there also are some WASHINGTON (^) — Radio Moscow has lot loose ft fresh blast at U. S, morality. It picked on Mew York City this time and said crime has reached such a pass there that "it has become extremely dangerous for people to appear alone in the streets." "Terror ts rife" in the nuliqii'.'? largest city, the Soviet broadcast announced. This terror. It was SUB- guesled, Is not confined to the streets of New York, but also to Its subways, The state Department told reporters about the broadcast, which was picked up by Amc-rican monitors. The Red radio has been squaring off against U, S. cities for some time. Jersey City and Baltimore already hnve come under attack. U. S. Newspaper Cited The Russian radio cited a series of articles by the World-Telegram and Sun—H called H a "reactionary Dei 1 "—as an Illustration of what Jt called "the notorious American way of life." It said all lUs material lor the broadcast came from these stories, Said the broadcast: "It has become extremely dangerous for people to appear alone In the streets. No one except the very bold or people In groups willj SAN FRANCISCO (/P^A sleeping sickness epidemic Is creeping northward up California's central valleys, borne in the wings of the tiny female mosquito. Already the Encephalitis has clamled 30 lives and nearly 500 have r been reported stricken, the State Health Department reported, Twelve dEed within the last week. Doctors are poweriess to check the disease. There Is no known vaccine for humans. The only hope is to kill off the mosquitos. Hundreds of men are spraying 276 towns In the valley lowlands and then laying down rector o! (he health department, said the disease acia quickly. Those stricken usually recovered quickly or tiie within 24 to 43 hours. Dr. Merrill said the epidemic may reach as far north as Shasta County —near the Oregon border—before ummcr Is over. He said, however, hat It ts not expected to branch ut of the interior valleys. hold a different it was a -great quarler-nilli'-wUie burners of poison residue spray around them. The female Culex Tarsalis mosquito—common in California—carries the disen.se from birds and fowl to horses and human:*. It !s not carried from horses to humans. A total of 499 cases h;ive been reported to the State TleMth Department, hut only 315 have been clinically diacnored as encephalitis. Two blood tcsl,s from the patient arc necessary to determine absolutely that the disea.se Is encephalitis. In .most of the reported cases, the necessary two blood tests were not taken. Dr. Malcolm Merrill, acting dJ~ risk walking in the evening In the city's parks. "Hob You K very where" "But, in New York they rob you not only In the streets. "The same paper reports that a number of the city's subway stations have become places of robbery and other crimes when a group of passengers congregate there. Thus, to travel on the New York subway Is no longer safe." Radio Moscow gave as its reason for an upsurge In New York crime the claim thnt people have been "driven to desperation" by the high cost of living. BlyrhcviMe CPA Named To Professional Group Clarence E. Johnson. Blytheville certified public accountant, has been 'elected a member of the American Institute of Accountants a national professional society CPA's, A graduate of the Bowling Green Ky., College of Commerce and a member of the Arkansas Society Certified Public Accountants. Mr Johnson is associated with Joe B Evans, CPA, here, STEVENSON (Continued from Page 1) nepubltcnns who view. They feel mistake to have mrtde the move. Eisenhower returned from the Kansas conference by plane last night after a two-day absence from his campaign headquarters. He made ft speech In Boise, Idaho, Wednesday, and then flew to Kansas City for the session with GOP leaders from North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska ami Oklahoma. Aides said he plans R quiet day today and that he might try to get in some trout fishing or golf. He will fly to New York Sunday" for an address the next dny to the American Legion's national convention. Questions Are Invited At Kansas City, the general used a campaign technique which delighted his associates — he Invited questions at an open nieetmg. They produced some of the sharpest criticism Eisenhower has foirnla and the Southwest. leveled at tho admlnistraton. i He said he cxpecls to Among other t! ngs, the general: 1. DecJared the handling of wnge- prlce controls and other emergency curbs has been "bungled in the ;>ast." 2. Said It was "indefensible for Lad Caught On Own Hook; Life Saved KUSSELLVILLE, Ark. <JFj — ' A 12-year-old Arkansas boy U alive today because he was caught by his own fish hook. The tiul, Jamr-s Chronlster of Morcliiml, was fisliing In Hacker Creek near Russelli-illc Wednesday when he stepped Into deep \valer. Another fisherman, F. M. Virden. was near the boy when ho went down. But Vlrclen couldn't / swim. He called for help. Young Chroni.ster's body had settled on llie bottom by the time E. V. Leavell, who had bee:? fly flslilng about 100 yards away, come running up. LeaveU dived for the boy hut couldn't find him. Then, he seized a floating fishing cane, gave It a tug and dragged the boy Irom tha .stream. The youth's hook was embedded In his thumb. Lee Hayes, a farmer living near Hacker Creek, revived the boy with artlfical respiration. A comet Is subject to a varying attraction from the earth u well as other planets. i am deeply grateful— Elsenhower, the Republican presidential nominee, appears to be a "me-too" candidate .who approves most of the Democratic legislation of the past 20 years. He also said he will open his 1 "'eslern tour with a speech Sept. 6 in Denver and then go into Montana and Wyoming before appearing In the Pacific Northwest. Call- Revival Starts Sunday ' At v Trinity Baptist Trinity Baptist Church will begin a week-long revival Sunday with services at 10 a.m. and 8 p.m., the Rev. David McPeake, pastor, said today. The Rev. D. B, Bledsoo of Wilson First Baptist Church will be guest speaker, and the Rev. Carroll Evans, associate pa.stor at the Wilson Church, will lead singing nnd be soloist for the series, the Rev- Mr. McPeake said. James Henry Smart by members of the family; In memory of Mrs. Richard Ira Haley, given by her children; and in memory of Mr. arid Mrs. James Herschel -Smart, given by the family. Aisle windows on the w es t side we re g i ven memory of Mrs. Walter Bishop by members of the Gleaners Sunday School Class; In memory of T. H. Haynps by the family; in memory of Mrs. 5. P- Crafton by the family and in memory of Mrs. Dora Cmfton Edwards by Gerald Edwards. Clerestory windows on the cast side of the building were given In memory of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herman Cross by Mrs. S. E. Scapraves: in memory of James Feasin Tomofcins, given by Mrs. Tompkins: in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Fmmitt W. -Simmons, by Mrs. Sim- mlns and friends; and a window purchased bv Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Adams. ClereMorv windows on the west side were given in memory of .Tnkf H"ffmnn bv Mrs. Huffman. Knch of the aisle and clerestory any member of the executive department to go up antl down the land to criticize a Congress, which Is af*-=." all the people of the United States." Truman lit Into the Republican-controlled 80th Congress, calling it a do-nothing body, during his 1948 whistle-stop campaign. 3. Said he Is going to fight as hard as anyone else against "mal- administration, the complacency, the arrogance, the complete indifference apparently to dishonesty in government," In the South but that details have not been worked out. Iowa Address Eyed DES MOINES (tfi— Gov. Adlal E. Stevenson probably will make a major farm address In Iowa the afternoon of September 6, stale Democratic Chairman Jake More said today. If arrangements develop as anticipated. Mora .said, Stevenson will givo the Important farm address he originally had planned to give on that same date at Kasson, Minn., at the National Plowlnfc contest. ". . . the overwhelming endorsement of my candidacy is a real inspiration. - "I will not fail those who gave BO liberally of their time, effort antl votes in behalf of government responsible to the people. "Together, we will work for the progress of our State."- windows has a name plate for the memorial. A donation to the piano fund was made in memory of Coady Eaton by Mrs. Coady Eaton, and gifts to the organ fund were made In memory of J. S. Halsell by Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Brannum. 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N1TE 0\\ T r, SHOW "PREHISTORIC WOMEN" with I.orctta Lucz SUNDAY & .MONDAY "CARBINE WILLIAMS" with Jiimes Slcvvart and Jean SATURDAY "GOLDEN STALLION" with Roy Rogers nnd Trigger SATURDAY OWL SHOW "MEXICAN HAYRIDE" with Bud Abbott and Lou Costello SUN.-MON.-TUKS. "WILD STALLION" with Hen Johnston and Edgar liuclianan DoubJc beauty ... double duty... in every fashion-lovely pair of Lirk- eltcs. Dainly-shccr, wonder-weiring nylons, knit to fit )ou in Short, Medium and Tall proportioned lengths. Designed fo; flatter)' with low-cut, V-shapcd toe and taper-3lim heel in Stunning Costume Reflection Colors. l> denier, )t gMge iheers, iclf je.im In Beautiful Pr. 1.15 13 denirr, 5 J gvge sheers, dark stani Medium only: S'/i • 11 Chiffon Taffeta or 3 prs. 3.25 KEt Your Friendly Shoe Stqre

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