The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1952 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 2, 1952
Page 10
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*AGE TEW (ARK.) COUHICT Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton Open High Low M=lr 3KO .79:8 33S4 May . . .... 3387 3895 3870 Of n Man Be/;eve' Episcopal Sermon Series * < lo be livered at si. Stephen's church here next week N«w Orleon, Cotton ™'' vlc " Mch "'Shi will bocin at 3898 3003 3377 3393 3905 3830 3887 3895 3370 Soyb 'carts High Uw Close 30P, 301) 3004 363\ 3G2' 7 303'2 304'; 3'3'i 3l);i'i 303', 302 302 EDITORS TJU' MCKINO - Cwffrey White group of metropolitan textile writers t!,rou B h ,he works yesterday »• his Osceols farm. Here to see how cotton Is grown, Mr, White gave aernonslratlQM ranging from seed bed preparation to picking, m the .ourna,, «7<^^ J^™"'' "» «*««. -» — Pro-Americans WiirTjapan TOKYO IB—Prime" Minister Shigeru Voshida and his Liberal parti- won an absolute majority In Japan's House of Representatives , virtually assuring a continuation o this country's pro-American pol Icles. Voters turned their backs on th Communists, refusing lo return a single Red to office in yesterday's election. In the old Diet {Parlia menu the Communists had 2; fieats. With' only three of Ihe 405 scats still to be decided, the lineup was Liberals 237, Progressive 84. right- wins Socialists 57, left-wins Socialists 54, Independent 19, minor parties 12, Communists 0. The Liberal party victory was dimmed by the loss of nearly 50 • ol the 285 seats they controlled In the last Dlcl. Parly Still In Diiulit Although Ihe Liberals won control of the government, leadership of the parly Itself .Mill was in doubt. Observers foresaw n bitter battle between Yoshlda rmd Ichiro Haloyama, n titrate that might split the Liberal ranks. Haloynma, founder of the party was purged from political life by Allied occupation authorities six years ago. He lurned the reins of authority over to Yoshida Now he wants them back. He nnd oilier occiipation-purgees regained their right to seek office when Japan regained independence. Yoshitia followers won 103 of the Liberal seats and Hatoyama's fol win them. Many Volcrs irked Balloting Indicated that voters, irked hy the Communfi program ol anti-Amerlcnn vio lence lurned lo the Socialists. Tho two Socialist groups won 111 seats compared to 46 In the old Diet The Inrse Socialist vote was Interpreted as reflecting opposition to large-scale rearmament and too- close tics wilh the U.S. Red Coal Mines Prove Dangerous to Workers N»w York Stockt A T and T Amtr Tobacco ..'..... Anaconda Copper lieth Sleel '.'.'.'.'.'.'. -hrysler Gen Electric . Gen Motors .'.'. \ i Montgomery Ward |N V Central .. J Int Harvester J C Penney . Radio Socony Vacuum .! Standard of N j Texas Corp .. V S Steel Sou Pac 153 55 7-8 i 49 ) 84 63 5-8 ! 5D 3-8 ) 57 3-4 - - ~.,,. in:j. c , t - HO[JUL J\ Tuesday. - Wha( We Can D about Prayer; Wednesday "What We Can Believe about the Bible'" and Thursday, -What We Can Believe about the Chinch." A( 10 a.m. each dav of the SS y 7™ vC "^»'™» in ^ Akes Mr ' F ' IZhUeh and the R «' M^ Rector of church in ] Mr l S '" Ce AU "' ll !919 ' " le (fia 1 "" 18 ' V ' rgmia ' Tex as and Born in Henderson. Ky.. hi le received his h,,',-.',. ..,' ^H ^^^•••* To Denmark MOSCOW to _L B,,.d ,. House Probtrs T urn Spotlight on Professions Her. J. Hodfe Aim Jn addition (o being rector ol T, Christ Church, he also is currentlv t ^' committee IB Investigating £»•"*» of the Sundliw ^ b ™", 1V€ |'!Jl 1Uenc " in the ^«" Comnintee: a membei of the Excc'i-! " Including doctors s,^ «i_ live Council at the Epu.copa' Dio<•!-«• ol Arkansas,, chairman of the bachelor I n..],iji-tnic]H uf MUsions, chaiimiii "I Diocesan Herdquai-icrs Committee, and a member of ihe Board of ! Mannaer* o^Camp Mitchell. He was i !ho" J." "L 0 . G ™ CTal Convention"'^ today. - g doctors and film television ,-ind radio employes. About. 00 million banana selves and gen re£ many (struggling economy. .1 1.1 „ , .. j foreign Both ivinifs advocate policy of neuirnlltv. The Icftlsls oppose rearmament of any kind plat- Many Socialists' ran on American nnd anti-Soviet forms. hJ^.h" 1 "'" 15 nllractc d 1«5 than naif the popular vote although grabbing control of the House Of the first 32!i million votes counted I ririv. • ," " anti - COT niption' M ami- rmt " P '' ivale ow "" s and a '."' Put on a campaign for increased 1 Production. cla?' 5 PClpln? p »Ples Dallv, ofti the accident rise' is "steep" out 48 per cent. The ' Coinmim- i "rhp ^JI^"^!' " -s got only 350,000 votes or I I "sho tfn " per cent. In the W4o election ' Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111 W-(USrJA)_H 0 g3 10.000; mode": Ib, •)„"«?•' b3rrolvs an <i gi"s 19U Ibs up 26 to 35 lower than Wednesday s average; lighter weights i r?f? , '" X J m ^- sows mostly K off. bulk choice 200 to 230 Ibs un- ; ° r Sd50 - 0 - : 240-270 POLITICS (Continued from Page 1) "scanrial-n-dny" ariministra- I a Ion. ™ e( B«'«ar 5 schedule on this 'S-state campaign called for him to Train Whistled Home For Old Railroader railroader Hnrry Reb'er, 83 ! hears a twin u-hlsile he thinks of • Home Sweet Home." ] That's the tune he started playin- on his train whistle In the earlv | ' yenrs of thp ffiitur,- *« »_* i.<_ .," i «ake six speeches durlti E the day ? n "" ?/'.'"' f ltury '"'itt'his^-lL n Stevenson's homo state ™ "'' tlinn '» *••?! his dinner ready. "On a clear night the n Stevenson's homo state. An aide said 'lie was rp;«ly to ecp on attacking the Truman ad- iilmslratfon. assailing what ho has alien 1 a false wnr-time prnsperllv He has insisted Re-publicans can bring prosperity without war. The GOP candidate entered II- h i,"",° r " spectacular sweep through Michigan, where the big ful the Republicans^ wmi"d capUl'r'e 'tttes by ib lie cmiM be heard u,)°to aomiles""' h " JTrallrtl. I lotinci thai, the further I pulled on the whistle, the hit-her the note." Once n railroad emplnye reporter! him lo the supervisor for the tune. The supervisor paid he was glad to know as-one man who could play n with-mn string when some encl- neers nneoetl six [Leaflet 'Barrage' Is IWectiye l n Indochina I HANOI. Tndo Chlm if ] French Union forces are I ~ • C millions ol leaflets over enemv^'^ lerritory In Northern Indo cWna thTfisht' C "" lnh solclicr5 to R'™ up Six million are scattered e-ich month-mostly by the .-irtorre Sm some by troops durine field "; e ?a tlons a nd in commando r"d s ngamst the Vletminh. to be pi- Is uncon fed. har Vlelmin Jducine results, ft no ioiv«r imon for hundreds of ba'rilv Lv clothed, and war-WMry i soldiers to t llrn l]p j..,,^ j sows 400 Ibs rtm Kn lS.25-19"fM ; fa'sS-islo. S °"' 5 15 ' 25 - |8 - M ta "«: Cattle 2,800. calves 1,300: trading ! slow on steers and heifers; few; ..nrf nc j r s'endy on commercial: and good from 21.00-28.00; uiilily i and low commercial 15.00 - 19 00- ! few cows to sm!> ii interests steady but big packers bidding unevenly i lower; bulls and venlers steady; ! mility and commercial bulls 1700-j 20.00; cutler bulls I4.00-1S.OO; good I imd choice vealers 26.00-32.00; very i lew prime vcalers to 34.00; utility | and commercial vealers 17,00-25.00. 1 Glass in A-Bombsd Church -Avcrace per capita national !R- Slates «-as Catholic church in atom-bombed Nagasaki finally got its stained glass windows _ duty free. The stamed glass was a gift from fi lends in Prance who wanted to rraiore Ihe chancel window i n the L-IIUIUII. Ii n-as Wasted by the sec- ontt A-bomb on Aug. 9. 1JJ5. 19.88 ^t, #&&***• <54.88 . WORLD SERIES SALE OF AIRLINE RADIOS . _~»>'-—»•""""'. N. 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