FRIDAY, OCT. 8, 1052 BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREW J.S. Hoodlums To Be Ousted McGronery Tickets 100 for Expulsion WASHINGTON (/ft -- A Justice Department blueprint for depot I ing cores of undenvorld hoodlum 1 :, uuversives and other undesirables as put inlo action today. Some 100 such persons—accordine I > Ally. GPU. James P. McGranery —were ticketed for expulsion. McGj-aiicry told a news conference that proceedings toward exclusion have been started in the ;>ast week against six "figures in :he underworld and organized crime" Some, be said, have records dating back to the bootleg 19_0s and ngland days of Al Caponc's mob. His goal, McGrancry said, Is "to restore the dignity of citizenship" in the United States and strike at 'the roots of organized crime America." Casualties Identified WASHINGTON (JPf— The Defense Department today identified 119 crvs unities of the Korean War. The new list included 15 killed, 10S wounded and one missing. >cal Drive Officials Attend Conference Mrs. P. I.,. Husband, chairman of he 1052 Christmas Seal sate drive n Blytheville, and Mrs. Francis Gammtll, executive secretary of the sissippi County Tuberculosis Association, yesterday attended a seal drive conference In West fUdge. Study sessions for representatives of eight counties were conducted by n. It. Schnee and Mrs. Marguerite Hicc of the Arkansas Tuberculosis Association. Counties represented were Mississippi, Craighead. independence, Jackson, Lawrence, insott, Sharp and White. Negro Deaths _ In Topeka, Kans. grade class olTiie Avonihilr- School 10 lake over till' si-hool's bus. Ili-re Mrs, Mary Pcnnekamp. Hie tenchci. watches hoi sludcnls ns one Montis in Ihc rear. M-oiling' ;i lesson. Tin- headroom is so low thai pupils more than five fret trill have lo rccile from llieir scats Addie Bell Services " for Addie Bell, former BlyihcviUc resident who died in St. Louis Monday, will be conducted at 9 p,m, Sunday at 2832 Delmar In St, Louis. .i£b« was the widow of Rev. Chillies R. BtlJ and a member of Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church here. Sho resided here for 20 years before moving to St. Louis. Survivors include a son, Eman- uol Hell of Chicago, and a sister, Lizzie Eaton of St. Louis. Courier [rcws Classified. Ads. BEST WINDOW won the $25 This display on uses of cotton prize in the King Cotton Days window decoration contest for the S. H. Kress store here. Prizes were awarded yesterday fur the annual event held in conjunction with the National Cotton Picking Contest (Courier News Pholo) — 4— Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton Open High Low 1L15 Oct 3855 3867 3855 3BG7 Dec 3370 3835 38G5 3382 Mch 3873 3828 3SG9 38B5 May 3860 3816 3858 3674 New Orleans Cotton Open HiRh Low 1:15 Oct 385D 3809 3885 386S Dec ...... 3E6S 3883 3864 3680 Mcli 3871 3885 3868 3883 May 3853 3874 3850 3871 Soybeans Open High Low Close Nov . .. 301'i 305 301 3IMV, Jan . ..304 307 304 30G',j M:h . .. 304 306'.i 304 306'.i May . ,. 303!•; 305'., 303'i 305 New York Stocks A T and T 153 Amcr Tobacco 56 AnnconOa Copper 40 1-2 Beth Steel 49 1-4 Chrysler 84 1-8 Coca-Cola 1053-4 Gen Electric 635-8 Gen Motors 59 5-8 Montgomery Ward 573-4 N Y Central :.._>. ..-«..'•• -18 1-4 Int Harvester ,..'..... . 31 3-4 J c Penney 6fi 5-S Republic 'Steel 391-8 Radio 27 1-2 Socony Vacuum 33 1-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. Winners Named !n Window and Float Contests Obituaries (/Pi—USDA—Hogs 7.5CO; fairly ac- and Today." S. H. Kress Store • Gets First Prize For Cotton Display (Continued from Page 1) Blytheville Armory following the football game. Colie Stoltz and his orchestra v.-il pJay for the dance. 3 Floats I'ickeil Following yesterday's opening pa| rade, which included 11 floats, 10 1 bands and more than a score of beauty contest entrants riding in convertibles, prizes were awaieJcd three top floats. Picked by the judges as first place winner was the float entered by j Lanrje School Parent-Teachers As- | sociation. Based on the theme "King Cotton Out in Front," the float used youngsters' cars to show cotton leading synthetic fibers. First prize v;as S150. Winner of the S100 second-place award was the "Hebecca at the r \Vuir float entered" by the Blytheville Rebecca Lodge No. 18, an affiliate of the Independent Order of Oddfellows. Third prize of SaO went to the Burdette Future Hoinemakers of America chapter for its float bused i on the theme of "Cotton, Yesterday Guy A. Swift, Formerly of Osceo/a, Dies SPECIAL SALE AT CALL 3743 TODAY OSCEOLA—Rorvices for Guy Alvin Swift of Osceola, who died this morning at IJaptist Hospital in Springfield. Mo., will be- conducted at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Presby- l erian Chureh here by the Rev. Chalmers Henderson, pastor- Mr. Swift, who was 75, established Swift Funeral Home here. Bom in Memphis, he resided in Osceola until 1923. He had resided in Shreveport-, La., for the past several years. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Catherine Swift of Shreveport; a daughter. Mrs. David Laney of Osceola; a sister Mrs. Guy Bryant; and two granddaughters, Jeanne Laney and David Laney of Osceo- I la. He was a member of the Fre^by- terian Church. Final Rites Here Sunday For Mrs. Byrd tive; weights 190 Ib", up 25 to 35 lower than yesterday's average; lighter weights and sows steady to mostly,25 lower; bulk choice 200-230 Ibs "or grade 20.25-35: largely •2GO Ibs 19.G3-20.2o; heav- ts scarce; 180-190 Its 20.3-170 Ibs mostly I8.CO-19.- 70.00; 120-140 Ibs 15.02-17.400 Ibs down 18.25-75; few j These < Judging the float contest were A. K. Caldwell, superintendent- of Deli schools; Philip Deer, superintendent of Wilson schools; and the Rev. Harvey T. Kidri , pastor of First Pros byte i tan C h urch here, • Window Contest Winners Still other contest winners went home with prize money yesterday. -,vcrc winners in the store Services for Mrs. Lutie Williams Byrd, who died this morning at her North Franklin Street home, \vi!l be conducted Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Church of Christ. Born Nov. 28. 1880. at Dalton, Ark., to a pioneer Randolph County lain- •ily, she made her home in that county for 52 years. She was married in 1902 to the late David Spikes urn! of this marriage is survived by t\vo sons. Carl S7 fieavier sows 16.25-18.00; boars j window decoration contest, a King Spikes of Senatonia. Miss. ,and Pavil y *" ™ | Cotton Da3's event held in conjunction with the Cotton Picking Contest. First prize of §25 and the First National Bank trophy went to the S. H. Kress stole. A. O. Hudson, chairman of the event, presented! the award to J. C. Edwards. Kress ! Jackson, Tenn.. Mrs. Everett Eu' banks of Joiner and Mrs. Francis Bulmer ol Detroit. She also is survived by four brothers and grandchildren. Pallbearers will be W. T. Shellon, Harold Sudbury, Benny L. Cook, L. D. Wade. C. A. Prichard and James :5.50. jiLle 1.200, calves 9CO; slow and i •* / on all clashes, with bids gene. jtly unevenly lower and sellers forced to make irregularly lower concessions in price in cleanup trading; small lots and individual head of commercial and good steers and heifers 18,50-26.00: utility and low commercial M SD-III.IK;, cutter offerings 13.00-15.CO; cows draggy at the week's decline; utility and commercial 14.00-16.00; camier and cutter cows 11.30-14,00. Suikes of Detroit, Mich. In 1912 she was married at Pocahontas to the late Prank T. Byrd of Blytheville' and is survived by four daughters. Mrs. Howard Smith of Blytheviiie, with whom she made home. Mrs. Denton M. Neal of Jet Ace Saved After MIG Bag Ma}. Blesse Goes Down in Yellow Sea R£OUL, Korea OP>—Maj, Frederick C. mr-.s^c. Ihc tAp tl. S. Jet, | acr in Korea, b.iiled out of his F8G \ Sabre \cl today nftrr phootinc dosui' a Russian-built MIG15 over North | Korea, ! He \vns rcscurd from the Yu-llow '-. Sea 5i few Ti^in\ite.s later and re- , turned safely. > Ble.'ise's pl::nc ran out Of gas on i rome homo. ' ! hr)ln The U. S- Air Ptirce rpportcrt four Ficcl planes damnscd. On the 1 crotuicl. Chinrso Reds stormed through 1 l:\rr.p ihrowrrs and 50i7ftl four hills in band to hand fi^hUnv, U.N- uifaiHrvineii rcniplurcd onR position. Tbo Wi.'Mrrn Prant cru])Lcd List night as the Rcri.= hurled more than l.OCO troops Ei^Extnst UN" positions. manager. The $15 second prize was presented Jack F. Robinson of Robinson Implement Co. and the SIO third pvixe to Mrs. Eunice Young, manager of Berry's Ladies Toaecry. Judges for the window decoration contest were Mi's. C. G. Redman. Mrs, J. G. Trieschmann and Mrs, R. C. Farr, all of Blylhcville. More than 5,000 persons lined Main Street lo witch yesterday's mile-long parade roll by. Gill. Holt Fii and burial wil etery. :ral Home is in charge be in Elmwood Cem- Joint Rites Are Held For Collier Twins Stevenson Hits faftat Home New Isolationism Tciraet of Speech Joint, funeral services for Stcph- ainc Kay and Deborah Ann Collier, eipht-month-old twin daHphtfirs of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Collier. 2ft West Rose, will be conducted at (he Dell Church of hirst at 10 a.m. tomorrow. Burial wJH be in the Masonic \ Cemetery at Pocahontar, v.^h Cohh CINCINNATI, O. tfP, — Gov. A<1- j Fimer,] Home ol BlythpvMJc in i Stevenson chose Robert A. Tatt'.s charge. town today, to accuse the Ohio The twins died at Walls Hospital the Ij^asue of N sit ions was an issue. Warren G. Harding was elected, arid there were "terrible con' sequences in blood and disaster." Horse Nosed Out, Bettor in Jail LONG BKACH. Cnlif r/!'j — *'_,.. horse that could have made n tech- I FHfllG nicnlly honest man of Stephen O. ] •"*•*"•' Still Improving senator and the Republican "Old yesterday ol colitis Guard" of forcslcrmg a new (sola- other survivors include two bro- tiompm that could lead to "national thcrs Tr?nneth Collier, Jr- and Ben- S V. » ,,. *- i ny - J « Ir »cs Collier, both of Blythc- The Democratic presidential nom- t vl ;( e( inec 5aid Republican candldRtc j nwight D. Eisenhower "is support-; CL.' i t r\- inu all the i.solsitionJsU: in the par- | Jnlppen Inrant UlCS ty ai:cl asking their support." In an address prepared for a Democratic luncheon rally, Steven- sou said the results could parallel Iho50 of the 1920 cainpaign when Robert Henry Shippen. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shippen of Lake Providence, Ln.. formerly of • O.-ceo)a, died there last nipht. two clRy.s after birth. Services and buna] are to be in Lake Providence. i Moor a but a photochart decreed otherwise. Moore today boprirt a one-year jail sentence for taking _ S50.00Q from a finance company of which he v-as local manager. Moorr, 31. lold police nc bet 52,000 on ;i 25-'.o-l .--hct to win. His horse vas right in there at the finish but the photo .showed he was nosed out. If he hfld won his bet. Moore musod, he could have reimbursed his company and had $2,000 to .spare. Instead, he pleaded guilty yesterday to gra-Kl theft and falsification of corporate records. HOLLYWOOD f^—Eddie Catilor continue!? to show improvement front his collnpse from exhaustion and a flight heart attack Ritnri^ Trie BO-ye.ir-old comedian has been forced lo cancel Oct. 26 telecast. Cantor Ifi expected (o reman* hos- pital!?cd for at least another 10 days. Tie is allowed no visitors, oth er than his phone calls. City is Guilty Of 'Tax Evasion' EAST PATERSON. N.J. M*.!—The mayor and Thorough Council decided to teach tax delinquents a lesson recently. They ordered Borough Atty. Arthur Mnssineo to start foreclosure proceedings against the nivn^r of n one-acre plot who hadn't paid schedxiled t property laxes for 11 years. Messineo finally located the owner yesterday, The norough ^vas tlie cuJpilt. It took over the properly b;> fore- family, and no tele-1 closure In 1941 and thus no taxes had been paid. $19.88 ^ FULL SIZE A m a*V $19.88 °iee of Color* $19.88 UQ i-ameed Quality CHOICE OF FSVE LOVELY COLORS | Encloied find ________ down payment for 4 Baacon gOlanVotial 510. ss t a g, DS | 0 pay balance SOc w«cl:y Q B 1 • 2nd choice color _ DcliredQ GtM. Q » S 3rd cSoico color _ CcJor Q G«..x» * Nam LAYAWAY A GIFT TODAY! XMAS IS mm THAN YOU THINK! II B^HV^^BHMi^B^^>^H*^'^^^"^" v ^ HH ^^ B ^^ BV ^~^^ i •• ••" ' " ' — • TT nmim mn Meet Dreifus . . . Wear Diamonds »"»-' FOR NEW ACCOUNTS • Wti«r» «mp!oy«d - -How long Ch.^rpc for S fi3 STMK m MEMRNIS, ILYTHEViLLE AND DYERS8UP. I Free Credit!
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