The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 7, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 7, 1952
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PAGE TffO Mi 111UI VILT.J! (ARK.V COURTS* KBW1 TOTST5AT, OCT. T, Truth Catching Up/ Sen. Hickenlooper Says of Democrats SALT LAKE CITY Bourke Hickenlooper. member of the Republican "Truth Squad," Saycr" Bulletin Issued in Washington yesterday "dealt in ireneral- Hies—the same way they are con- Obituaries said todiv of the Democrat m-w <l«ctin S (heir campaign,." amu IVMU.- v« » ..,„...... <„ 'ri*a liiLllnlin rnmniplllec Trulh Sayer" Bulletin, "Truth Is catching up wllh them and it hurts." Hiekcnlooper snld the Democratic National Committee's "Truth Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton The bulletin commented on the voting records on public power ot Ilick<;n!oo[>ei- ami three other GOP senators who comprise the "Trulh Open Hijh Low 3868 SB'S 3853 3S37 3CQO 3807 3895 3896 387! 3883 3883 38i8 O:t . , Dec . , Mar . M'.y . . New Orleans Cotton Open High Low Oct 3870 3310 38(30 Dec 3£88 38% 3865 Mar 3885 388G 3855 May 3837 3837 3809 1:13 3855 380'J 3815 3BOO 1:15 3£GO 3072 3855 3811 Soybeans Nov Mch May Hiqh 307 Vi 3KH4 310 . 303". LOW 305 307'•', 307»1 300 (i 1:15 306 303'it 308'i 307 H Squad " Homer Ferguson of Michigan, Kugenc Mlll'kan of Colorado and Francis Case of Soulli Dakota. Case toft the team last night and [lev, 1 home. H said the truth needed lo be told about (he voting records of the four GOP senators who make up Ihc "Truth Squad." The bulletin staled the [our have voted almost consistently public power bills in the Senate. The GOP suqnd planned n news conference laic today lo challenge statements marie by President Truman In his whistle-slop lour of Utah yesterday. ! "Jobs In Army" i On his arrival here last night, Ferfiilion lold reporters. "I nsrrf j with the President Ihnl the admin• Islratitm hits provided Jobs for our yoniiK people—In tlie Army." Earlier, In Sacramento, Calif., the three accused the admlnislra- tion of a "soli attitude of patience" inward communism. They said that ntlltude caused the loss of China to Ihc Communists, (lie oulbrcak of the Korean Wnr find Ihc giving of nlrmlc sc- Mrs. J. E. Childs Dies at Keiser; Rites Held Today Services for Mrs. James E. Childs, wife of James E. Childs, Kclser planter, were conducted at 11 a.m. today at Reiser Baptist Church. Mrs. Childs, who was 64, died Sunday night at her honje. Burial was In Forrest HIM Cemetery In Memphis with Citizens Funeral Home of West Memphis In charge Born In Hohenllnden, Miss., Mrs Childs moved to Keiser 35 years ago. She wns a charter member ol the Kclser Baptist Church ami member of the Women's Missionary Union. Tn addition to her husband, sh is survived by two sons, K. K Chilcls of Keiser and W. O. Childs of West Memphis, and a sister, Mrs. J. T. Childs of Greenville, Miss. ' Pallbearers xvere Harry Dimnvant, Jr.. Maurice Little. Orvllle Shcrrlck. E. M. Hnlsey, Bob Harris and Wll- llard Lowry. Manila Council Hears Complaint About Hull Fires — Manila's City Council devoted its time to discussion of the Manila Gin hull pile when It met last nlcht. Mayor I. D. Shcdd referred the BAPTISTS (Continued from Page 1) sponsc by the Rev. Malcolm Griffin of Dell The annual sermon at the morning session will be preached by the Rev. D. B. Bledsoe, pastor of the Wilson Baptist e matter to a committee composed of! Councilman R. J. McKinnon, Claude Lancaster and Perry BiO- Inrd. In Ehe past, persons living near the %\.n have complained of the gin's hull fires. Gin owners about one year ago built a mosh -covered Incinerator so they could safely burn the hulls. No*', main complaint seems to be concerned \vith smoke. Mayor Rhedd said the gin operators have tacitly ayreeil to haul all their hulls off for burning elsewhere. Three Killed In C-47 Crash At Philadelohia Rites Tomorrow For Curtis Kelley New York Stocks A T nnd T 153 1-8 Amer Tobacco 55 Anaconda Copper 40 Bsth Steel 49 1-8 Chrysler 81 5-8 Gen Electric 63 1-2 Gen Motors (io 1-8 Montgomery Ward 57 1-1 N Y Central 17 1-8 [ Int-Harvester 317-8 Sears ... 53 Republic Steel 383-4 Radio 21 1-2 Socony Vacuum 32 :i--l Stvdcbakcr 313 3-8 Standard of N J 74 Texas Corp 51 1-8 Sears 58 1-8 U 3 Steel 38 3-8 Sou Pac 40 7-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III. (/Pi— (USDA) — Hogs 10,500; fairly active; weights IflO Ibs up mostly steady with Monday's average; spots 10 higher; lighter weights steady lo strong; sows steady to 25 higher; bulk, choice 200-240 Ibs unsorted for grade 10.75-85; few loVds mostly choice nos. 1 and 210 - 235 Ibs 19.00-20.00; heavier butchers very scarce; choice ISO- ISO i03 19.50-75; 150-110 Ibs 17.1519.50: 120-140 Ibs 14.75-17.00; sows 4CO Ibs down 18.00 - 15; heavier sows 16.00-17.75; boars 12,00-15.50. Cattle. 6,500, calves 3.000; steers mostly commercial to low cliolct. finding very little early demand lew bids unevenly icwcr; Ugh weight butcher steers and heifers to small Interests about steady bu slow; butcher siecrs nnd heifers to small interests about steady bu slow; cows opening about steady at Monday's decline: utility and commercial kind 13.50-15.50. Services for Curtis Raymond Kelley, 37, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Cohb Funeral Home chapel by the Rev. J. C. Dlckerson and Harold Thompson. Burial will be in Elrmvooit Ccme- cret.s to Russia'by British scientist: (cry wilh F. L, Wicker. Frank Klaiis Fuchs, j Isaac, R. J. Watson, W. D, Cobb, Commenting on a speech by Truman yesterday ut I'rovo, Utah, they attacked two of bis assertions: 1. That tbe llcpublicans don't to understand what it lakes lo meet, tlie menace of Communist, subversion and aggression. 2. That COP talk of "government by crony" is "sheer poppycock." Ferguson cited as examples of cronies In government the president's military aide, .MaJ. Gen. Harry Vaughn, and John Marngon Kiwanis Changes Minstrel Date The Blytheville Klvanis Club has changed the date for Us annua benefit- nnnistre! show. The show, originally scheduled for Oct. 21, has been re-scheduled for a week later, on Oct 28. the club' 1 Ministrcl Committee has announc ed. Kea.son for the change in dates it, was explained, was conflict with the King Brothers' Circus which will show here Oct. 20. The circus appearance here is being sponsored by the Shrine Club. The mlnistrel will be held In the auditorium of the new Blytheville High School. II. Arnold, John Bishop and W. H. White as pallbearers. Survivors Include his wife. Mrs. Elizabeth Kelley: his mother. Mrs. Daiscy Kelley: and one sister, Mrs. George Ingrum, alt of Ulythcvllle. BlytheYille Woman's Brother-in-Law Dies the ex-bootblack accused Washington influence peddler. Hickenlooper declared: "Mr.!--a has thrown off the mantle of president except as it ttrncls crowds antl now wears lie shabby mantle of R ward jjoll- iclan." W. T Morrow of Klngsport. Tcnn.. brothcr-ln-law of Mrs. C. A Cunningham of Blytheville. died last night at his home In Kingsport. Survivors include his wife and two children. Mrs. Cunningham left for Kingsport this morning. Funeral arrangements have not been made. Rites Held for Infant Graveside rites for Mary Sue Ashley of Luxora, noute 1, were to be conducted at 2 p.m. today at Sandy Ridge Cemetery. 'Hie seven-months- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ashley of the Double Bridges community, she died at about 6 p.m. yesterday. Survivors include her parents; six brothers, Charles, Carl, Donald, Waller, William and Hobby Ashley; and two sisters. Earlcne and Peg- Church. At the Thursday afternoon ses- lon, the Rev. Harold Scefeldt, superintendent of Baptist Orphanage at Montlcello, will discuss the work or the orphanage. An address on he Cooperative Program of Arkansas Baptists will be delivered by he Rev. Luclen Coleman of Little Rock, assistant executive secretary of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention. The evening session will begin at 6:30 with a special music program under the direction of the Rev. Mr. White. Highlighting the evening's program will be the address of George Schroeder, of Memphis. Secretary of the Southern Baptist Brotherhood Commission. Following the anthem. "Send Out Thy Light," by the Chancel Choir of the First Baptist Church the Rev. Ralph Davis of Little Rock, state Train- Ing Union Director, will speak on the Training Union Work oJ Arkansas Baptist*. Featured at the morning session Friday, will be the messages of Dr. H. E. Williams, president of Southern Baptist College, who will speak on Christian Education, and the address of Dr. Edgar Williamson of Little Rock, state Sunday School Secretary. At the afternoon session, new officers for the Association will be Installed, asd special messages will be heard from Miss Nancy Cooper State W.M.U. Excvullve Secretary and Dr. H. A. Haswell. president of Ouachita College, Arkadelphla Adjournment Is scheduled for ! p.m. Friday. PHILADELPHIA (/P)—Three men were killed and three others Injured early today when an Air Force C47 crashed In a swamp near Northeast Philadelphia airport. Identification of the crew was withheld, An Air Force spokesman said the plane was en route from Niagara Falls, N. Y. to Mitrrhell Field, Long Island. N. Y. He said the pilot, unable to land at Mitchell Field because of weather conditions was ordered to proceed to Internationa Airport. Philadelphia. Last word from the plane, he added, was a message shortly before 2 a.m. <KST stating that the craft was "lowe than 2,000 feet." Philadelphia po lice estimated the crash occurrei about an hour later. DRAINAGE (Continued from Page 11 gram was originally estimated cost some $80 million. It will provide for the St. Franc to be placed in R confined chnnn which will have the effect ' tralghtening the river from Ri' erfront, some 35 miles north of M; riana, to its point of entry in th Mississippi. Tills work is designed to shortc the river's course by about, 30 mill Overall plan extends from Ca Girardeau to below Marianna. It includes cleaning the tribut ries to the St. Francis, all ato the system. The Baptist, Book Store of Ltttle Rock will have a book exhibit the foyer of the church during the conference. The exhibit and sale o books is under the direction Mrs. R. H. Jones of Osceola. Book recommendations will be given each session of the annual Associ atlon by Mrs. Jones. ARMER looking School \ To Be Held Here (Continued from rnec 1) liarles Short of Blythevlllc. Mr. Greemvay, who farmed about 0 to 500 acres In South Mlssis- ppl County, wns reported to have n?eti In failing health for several ears. Found In Truck He was found near Bo\vden Im- lement Company by Jack Bouden ccordln? to Sheriff William Der yman. Mr. Greemvay was. Found In he driver's sent of the truck. Mr. Grcemvay, a former farn perator for Lee Wilson and Com 'any. had been a resident of the ounty for 34 years. He was born n Kentucky. The funeral will be conducted b he Rev. L. T. Lawrence of Hope Ark., with burial in Bassett Ceme cry. Survivors Include a brother, A Greenwell, Wilson; two sister Mrs. Ella Powell of Haytl and Mr Dnisie Lewis of New Orleans; foi daughters, Mrs. A. E. Hook of Mem phis, Mrs Mable Lee of Memphi Mrs. Billy Ralph of Joiner i Miss Mary Blanche Greemvoll Joiner; and one son. James Ro Greenwell. Jr., of Joiner, Pallbearers will b*> A. J Bcn R. S. Bowden, J. H. Ralph, Calv Williams, B. C. Dcaton and Har Minton. A cooking school will b« conduct- d at the Jaycee Clubhouse here it 30 tomorrow night under spon- orshlp of Wels Butane Co. of Bly- leville. Miss LnLs Thompson, representa- ve of Chambers Corp. of Shelby- ille. Ind., manufacturers of ranges, ill conduct the cooking school. (Continued from Page I) presumably not large, was wit held. A front-line Allied officer indicated the Reds may have been This will provide adjacent drain-' seeking a weak point where their age districts with better outlets. I troops --' '—'-- "" 1J —- STEVENSON (Continued from Page 1) iniple reason that our great pro- uctlvn power has increased total national output by more than the defense burden has increased,'* the Democratic nominee satd. Stevenson's prepared Saglnaw speech was onl ya preliminary to i major address he has scheduled onlght in Detroit on all phases of he Communist threat—internal and external. The speech will be televised and radiocast (10:30 p.m., EST, CBS). In his Saginaw text, Stevenson said that "the idea that a huge military establishment is necessary for our prosperity is repugnant to every impulse I have." He said the American economic future is bright, contending that annual outlays for farm and industrial equipment should rise 15 per cent, railroad equipment 30 per cent and truck manufacture 60 per cent. "We shall need about 20 per cent more steel. 30 per cent more Two Airmen Die in Biloxi Crash One item on the project cans for construction of a 10-mile levee and ditch \vhkh will run east of Big Luke from the state line to a point south of Highway 18 near the Big Lake bridge. water thnt now flows through State Line ditch and Belle Fountain ditch. It would be designed to give relief to parts of Mississippi County in Arkansas and Dunklin County, Mo. The plan had its Inception in 1942 when it was formulated by the East Arkansas Drainage and Flood Conrtol Association. through tanks could the south. Had pour they BILOXT, Miss. M 1 )—Two Keestcr Air Force Base Officers were killed gy Ashley, Holb Funeral Home is in t early today when their light twin- charge. I engine transport crashed Into Back Bay and submerged. Names of the victims were withheld. succeeded, he said, they might have cut off the entire Seoul area. Wave i\ftei wave of fanatical Chinese began hitting the Western nnd Central Fronts last night. The biggest force, nearly 6,000 men. ran [straight into an Allied trap and was badly mauled. The main Red blow hit White orse Mo una nitrna AwrdaeohdH Ridge, two Allied-held hills near Choi won. The Reds opened the floodga^s of a reservoir, in an unsuccessful effort to cut off Allied reinforcement. Lt. William D. Lansford of Los Angeles said the Allies knew the • attack was imminent when the [Yokkok river, which circles boht I hills, began to rise. construction equipment and 30 per cent more 'metallic ores," be said. "Production of electric power and equipment should almost double." Ken.1 Problem Production The Illinois governor said the renl problem of the country is "how can we produce enough to meet the demands of the second half of the 20th century?" Stevenson tore into the Republicans for what he said was the GOF attempt to contend in election years "that they believe heart and sout in all of the things they tried to break." He said Republicans had voted against the interests of the farmers, laborers, businessmen, consumers, housewives, "our children, the old folks and our free freinds abroad." He said the heart of the Republican party Is aimed at "abundance for the few with indifference (or the mass of people." (Continued from Page 1) Republican candidate." "If you want thnt upper Colorado storage project you had better vote Democratic," he added. Earlier, us the presidential spe- EISENHOWER (Continued Trom Page 11 > hors would have cqunl authority with tedernl members In working out navigation unit flood control progrnm.s. "Whole Hog Government" Eisenhower jubbeil nt those he cnllcd "'lie sly apostles of Fair Denlism." And he studded his speech with references lo "whole- hot?" government. "By deliberate design." be snlrt, "(federal government) seeks io freeze out the initiative nnd energies of locnl, slate nnd private ngencie.s, whenever it thinks that they nre doing anything thnt Infringes upon the swelling federal empire. Thus, the whole-hop men- alily proceeds tewnrd the creation of n more extensive nnd slUttm? icnonoly than our country has ever seen." President Truman hus Called El- senhower the "front man" lor special interest lobbyists. In reply to this, Eisenhower Bald: "But you folks know that the greatest .special privilege, the greatest lobby, the grenlcst concentration of power ever known Is now operating, full speed ahead, right down on the Potomac to pcr- cial moved through Utah, the President said In n rear platfrom address at Helper, that he doesn't see how Eisenhower cnn be electee "with the crew he has got around him" and it's "terrible record." Singled Out Three ' Ke singled out three new Republican targets—Sens. Joseph R. McCarthy of Wisconsin. William Jenner of Indiana and James P. Kern of Missouri—as men who have taken over the GOP presidential nominee. Truman P'H^- renewed! his nujick on Ohio's Sen. Robert A. Tnft In CASH iN ON MERCURY'S FORERUNNER STYLING FOR ft SOUND INVESTMENT peluatc itself in power." He said the Northwest must have all tlie pov.";r It needs to develop Its resources—with more new dams to Impound flood waters and to Increase power production of existing dams. He said the region's power development "m'isl. nnd will go forward." But be added: "Tbe way to do It is by ohnriiig of effort, rather than by its concentration. . . . We nerd to get awny from the idea that we can do nnly what the federal government will do." Eisenhower asserted that once federal projects are paying for thpiiisplvc.s. then local and state povi-rnment should "take over the take over tbe projects need an administration whlcn be thin." revealing behind n new 1 candidate the same old pnrty "without faith, without vision, without strategy," he told an open n!r crowd. Then at Helper he said: "I Just don't think the people are going to elect a president who has surrendered to Taft and McCarthy nnd Jenner and Kcm." Throughout his coast - to - cojut campaign tour for Stevenson, the President has charged that Eisenhower has made an "abject sur- reiMrr" to Taft and the "Old Guard isolationists" in tlie Republican party. However, he hasn't referred by lieves in keeping government close to the people." name io McCarthy, Jenner or Kcm since he started whistle stopping, except for :\ casual crack nt Jenner in answer to a call from a spectator on the first day of the trip, a week iigo Sunday. Since then Eisenhower has shared a platform at Milwaukee wilh the controversial McCarthy and has endorsed him specifically for re-election, saying he and the senator (Usagree on methods but have the same objective of getting subversives out o! government. AMD TBY THE YEARS-AHEAD ECONOMV CAR- mwi CARUTHERSVILLE Wed. O One Nile 8 Oct. W Only Memphis Rhythm Masters Orchestra 1 Fares (Tax Incl.) Adults SI.SO; Child 75 ONLY BOAT RIDE THIS YEAR! Don'l miss the big (derision hit, 'TOAST OF THE TOW.V «ilh Ed Sullivan. Sunday evening, 10 to 11, Station \VMCT, N ow's TUB time to come in with your old car ami discuss trading in for a brand-new Jkrcury. For ihcrc's uo time like now lo get a good deal. Remember tliat Mercury styling is so fresli, so new that il will take oilier cnrs years lo catcli up! You'll be way ahead in style for a long, long time to cone. You are making a sound investment. And you'll be gelling a car that pound for pound (with optional overdrive) lias twice beaten all comers for economy in open compclilion. You'll bo collecting dividends on your investment ei/'ery mile, So come on in and try what you're missing. Take a road lest. Then let us loll you about the deal of tlie year. Discover how easy it is lo own the "hottest." car in our history. STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. Walnut at First Street

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