The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1952 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, OCT. IS, IWf »LirHBViLtg Eisenhower Tells Finances; $635,000 Gamed fron Book B.y EUGENE LEVIN NEW VORK OK—Gen. Dwight D SlssBhsV/er had a gross Income of 8883,303- Including $635,000 from his book, "Crusade In Europe" during the past 10 years, his head- Commodity And Stock Markets— N«w .York Cotton Open High Low 1:15 °Ct .• ...... 3680 3729 3678 3727 Bee ....... 3706 3744 3702 3733 3718 3763 3114 3748 3715 3755 3709 3743 Orleans Cotton Open High Low 1:15 3693 3730 3679 3726 ...... 3703 37« 3638 3730 3716 3758 3710 37,48 ,.'3711 3755 3707 3737 Chicago Wtveaf May N»w Oct Dec . Men May quarters says. A financial statement made public here late yesterday showed the Republican presidential candidate paid 5217,082 in taxes. Subtraction of these taxes and allowable deductlon-i from the gross income, the statemem Bald left Eisenhower wllh a net of $643,148 for the 10 years. His net without (he book was $166,898. Elsenhower's revelation followed a similar financial statement last monlh by his Democratic opponent, Gov. Adlai B. Stevenson. . Stevenson listed his gross Income lor (he last 10 years as $500,046 and his taxes as $211,980, leavlnz him $288,066. The ' Republican candidate's financial .statement was released here by his executive assistant Arthur Vandenberg Jr. Eisenhower currently Is campaigning in the South. , Vandenberg also gave out a letter he received from Elsenhower authorizing release of the financial data. The general said in the letter: Open High Low Dec . ~,. 23!»i 233',; 233'/ 8 Mch . .. 239',!, 240 239K, Chicago Corn Open Dec . .. 165^3 Mch . .. 169H Soybeans ... Open Kov Jan Mch Mas- 291 300 300K 299*4 High 166S 17 OH High 298'i 30.114 352 Vi 301« Low 163*4 169% Low 296-K 300 233H i 230 "i 1:15 165'i no it 1:15 293 Vi 301 l i 302 li 301% New York Stock* A T and T .. . 152 3-4 Amer Tobacco ;. 563-4 Anaconda Copper 38 1-4 Beth Steel 48 i_ s Chrysler ; 83 3 _g Coca-Cola ., 107 Gen Electric 63 3 _g Gen Motors 60 ' Montgomery Ward 57.1-4 ,N Y .Centra! 177-8 Int Harvester 303-4 J C Penney ...- '. .. 55 i_-> Republic Steel 381-4 Radio - '. 27 1-4 Foconv Vacuum ........... 33 1-3 Etvulebaker 371-3 Standard of K J 743-3 Texas cbrp ..; 51 3-4 Sesrs '. 573-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III. I?.— (USDAl—Hogs 7,000; fairly active; barrows and gilts,100 Ibs up steady to 15 higher than Tuesday's average: lighttsr weights and sows steady to 25 higher; bulk chpice :90-250 Ibs unsorted for grade 19 50- li).60 with 19.50 most popular'price- heavier weights scarce; 150 - 180 Ibs 17.50 - 19.25; 120-HO Ibs 14 5016.75; sows'400 ids down 111518.50, few 18.75; heavier sows lD.75-17.50; few 17.78; boars 12 5015.50. Cattle 3,500, calves 1,500 moderate demand for steers and heifers with a limited number of sales fully steady varying from 22.00 on County Agent's Staff To Attend Conference Members of the county agent's office will attend a Northeast Arkansas group conference of the Arkansas Extension Service in Joncs- boro tomorrow. Those attending will be County Agent Keith D. Bilbrey, Mrs. Gertrude B. Holliman, home demonstration agent, H. H. Carter, assistant • county agent and Mrs. Ed Jacks, secretary. The groun will tiiscuss the annual report due t3 be.filed In Little Rock Nov. 17. Driver Fined After Wreck J. T. Firestone of Caruthersville, Mo., was fined $10 in Osceola Municipal Court today on a charge of failing to yieid the right of way. He was, arrested by Deputy Sheriff Dave Young alter his'pickup truck collided headon with a car driven by Edward Hollowly, Negro construction worker on the North Mississippi County Hospital, nt Li'.wra on Highway 61. The accident happened at 6 a.m Deputy Young said the Negro's car was heavily damaged. No serious injuries were reported. (Continued from Page.l) year, but has indicated it will reverse its stand to the extent of agreeing that the question should be put on the agenda. commercial offerings up to 32.00 for choice; cows active and strong; utility and commercial cows 13.5016.00; a sizable number of high commercial cows 17.00. Obituaries Pauline Lee Dies Suddenly Rites Tomorrow Services for Miss Pauline Lee who died suddenly «t Blytheville Hospital last night, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Gates, Term., Methodist Church with burial In Gates. A resident at 5H North Sixth, she had been employed by Pat O'Bryant's jewelry store for about eight years. She had made her home In Bly- tlieville for approximately 25 years Survivors Include one brother, A E. Lee, Covlngton. Tenn.; and (our sisters, Miss Mattte Lee and Miss Lillian Lee, both of Dates, Mrs. A. B, Green. Memphis and Mrs. Paul Avery, Gates. Cobb Funeral Home of Blythevllle will be'in charge.. James Cameron Rites Tomorrow Services for James S. Cannon, 64 Tomato farmer, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow by the Rev. Harold Thompson and the Rev. Vernon Gean at Tomato Baptist Church. B'irial will be in Dogwood Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Jack Adams Earl Myrick. Sam Tillman, Arvil Malone, BcM- Sutton and Sam Williams. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Berdie Carmon; four sons, George P. Carmon. Memphis, and John Joe and Walter Carmon, all of Tomato; and four daughters, Mrs. Martha 'Cochran, Rosle, Ark., Mrs Lotie Kelly, Blytheville. Mrs. Mary Lou Permenter, l,uxora. and Miss Shirley Jean Carmon, Tomato. A native of Cape Girardeau. he had lived in Mississippi county for 52 years. Cobb Funeral Home Is in charge. Magers Rites Set Funeral services v for Roy Magers. of Carmi, Mo., will be conducted tomorrow at 3 p.m. in Hayward Baptist Church at Hayward, Mo just southeast of Portageville. POLITICS Continued from Page n economy." , "Local Boy Makes Good" Texas - born Eisenhower swept through his home state receiving virtual "local - hoy - makes - good'' receptions everywhere he spoke. In San Anlonlo, where he'was introduced by Gov: Allan Shivers, he criticized administration leadership for what he said was its failure to win the peace, and he outlined his own plans for achieving that goal. And he s'aid he was proud that a Soviet leader launching an attack on America at the opening of the Russian congress had directed his fire not at Truman as head of the nation but at himself. Clearance Sale Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! All Must Go! Furniture at PRICE Pictures .... Draperies Big Selection of Remnants e Upholstery Yard Goods • Drapery Remnants • Some Office Equipment ALL AT BARGAIN PRICES! So. Hi 9 hway 61 p hon , 4449 Street from the Kaiorback" COUNCIL (Continue* from Page 1) used for other city street*. Under InU system, the property owners pay for the materials and the city /urnishex the labor and equipment. Mr. Nelson estimated that, after owners of property adjacent these streets had paid their share, about W.376 would be needed by the school to pay its portion. He suggested that "the necessary agency" borrow this money for the school's part and that the IncieM- edness be repaid from (lie BHA I payments to the city. This "necessary agency" probably would be the Citizens School Building Association, which was Incorporated about three years ago to acquire the site for the new school. Depends on Property Owners Since the work would be done on a split-cost basis, however ,the possibilities of the proposal hinge entirely on willingness of property owners along: the streets involved to pay their share. Neither the city nor the school district has the ready cash to pay the full cost. .The question was raised that, since the BHA payment was voluntary /in regard to the. Chlcka.saw Courts project, perhaps this source of revenue might not be permanent. Mr. Taylnr replied that, the Housing Authority was willing to enter Into an agreement with the city making this payment mandatory as fl was in the case of the Negro project. Mr. Nelson asked the Council's approval appointment of a Council committee to work with the school board and citizen's committee on 1 th« propottl. Mayor Dun Blodgett referred the matter to the Finance Committee, which, he said, also was eyeing other needed »treet work In the city. The School Board and the Education committee of the Chamber of Commerce ha'd dtecussed the proposal, Mr. Nelson said, and named him and Paul Pryor, also » school director, to contact the City Council. , BHA Money "Glfi" In making the $1,900 payment (a the city for the Housing Authority. Mr. Taylor emphaslied that the money was "a contribution ... a gift . . , which we want to make." He also told the Council "there are no legal strings attached. We are not required to check the distribution or use of this money by the city." In connection wllh the Housing Authority. Mr. Taylor submitted an ordinance accepting dedication of two streets from Highway 61 cast to the Negro Housing project on Elm Street. Named Atkins and Phillips, the streets run north and south of the project. By accepting dedication of them as public thoroughfares, the city became responsible for their maintenance. The ordinance controlling natural gas pipeline and appliance installations, adopted at the September session, was amended last night. A section requiring persons or firms installing lines or appliances to oblain a certificate of approval of both before work begins was modified to require installers to obtain a permit to do the work at a tee of $1. Another section requiring Installation to be done by a muster plumber or master gas fitter was repealed. City officials said it was found that Arkansas has no regu- PAGE ELEVEH Mima of Mil* natur, applying to ?i \ and hence tne «« u ° n would not be enforceable. City Inspection of the completed work still 1* required, however. City Attorney Percy Wright said repeal of this section "does not abrogate the section requiring installer« to be licensed by the city." Bonds Posted Six »500 surety bonds submitted by Blytheville nlumbers and plumbing and healing firms to qualify as gasfltters were approved by the Council. The bonds were submitted by Joe Walclrup. Berry Allen, Earl Walker, C.'.R. Osbitrn, c. V. Seabaugh and Cecil Lusk. J. Cecil Lowe, operator of a grocery at the corner of Par* and Sixth, appeared before the Council to request thru u traffic light be re-Installed at that Intersection A light had been instated there nearly three years ago but was removed this summer after complaints haci been received about It. Mr. Lowe said the lielit was' needed to give school children n' chance to cross the highway nnd to slow traffic. v.hkh he sntd was "too fast" at that point. He estimated that much traffic traveled 10 to 50 miles an hour at that point, but Mayor Blodgett said an accurate check could not be made except by following In n car. Mayor Blodgctt said the light was removed on the recommendation of a safety expert of (he Arkansas state Police who checked traffic conditions here earlier this year. After arguing briefly as to whether or not the lack of a light had led to accidents, the mayor referred the matter to the Street Committee and said he "would leave the up to them." Ok»y C»b Permit In other action, the Council- Approved application by Eddie McGregor for > permit to operate a taxi cab. Mr. McGregor sought the permit cancelled recently by John Boles so he could put a third cab Into service. Referred to a committee a request for Installation of street lights on Edwards street, heard a request for a. street light at the Davis Street entrance* to Walker Park and approved Installation of a light at 15th and Walnut. Heard thanks from Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel, for the city's work In marking parking places at the Temple. Dr. vise also thanked the Council on behnlf of the Ministerial Alliance for asking various minis, (crs to open each Council session with prayer. Dr. Vise, who Is president of the Ministerial Alliance save Hie invocation at Is.st night's meeting. First Ward Alderman Homer Wilson was absent from the session. Financial Report In a monthly operating statement for September given aldermen last night, revenues for the past month were reported as^io.999.66 and expenses as $n.4«.49. With current accounts payable of $7,120.60. (he report shows the city need 684,083.89 to pay them. The general fund as of Sept. 30 contained $2.736.11. There was $877 10 In the Street fund and J7.184.19 in the parking meter fund. Revenues last month included the following: privilege licenses «07.50; vehicle licenses, »22.75; police and county fines, M.126J5; Engineering Department receipts, $273.55; sanitation receipts, $622,75; parking meters, ll.Wfl; md P»fr Association rental on Walker Park, September expenditures bj departments, included: Street Department, $6.722.67; Police, $3SHJI- Sanitation, $3.674.90; Fir*, IliiMM; and general and administrative $2 600.50. Last month's airport operatin* statement showed revenues of *84« 2« and expenses of $3317.08. Ot th« Income, rents amounted to IM433 and of the expenses, salariea and wages accounted for >2,7gs 27 Cashin bank was listed at $1.0S7.8« with accounts payable of $1,123.34. Injured Truck Driver In Improved Condition Everett Russell, Tupelo, Mlsr, truck driver who was injured In an accident Saturday, was said to be improved by a BlythevlUe HosplUl spokesmen today. Mr. Kussell was driving his truck when it collided with another truck on Highway 61 about seven miles south of BlythevJJIe. Killed wer« Mr. Ruesell's wife, son and daugh- Bislocalion of both hips and a fracture of one hip were suffered by Mr. Russell. MANILAN {Continued from Page 1) hurts to go out like this. . it Is now 1 o'clock. ... i hope God will forgive me. . . • Survivors Include his wife, two sons, James and Lewis Hatcher and • a daughter, Mary Hatcher. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete with Howard Funeral Home of Manila In charge. STANDARD Henry Meal's STANDARD (OFINDIANA) SERVICE STATION Ark-M« State Lint F REE! Win a pair of Atlas Grip-Safe tires ... a cose of Permalubc... a 3-wheeler Bike! GRAND PEKING Wed. - Thur s. - Fri. - Odober 15-16-17 ARKANSAS - MISSOURI STATELINE ON HIGHWAY 61 For Men: A Free Personalized CAR LUBRICATION Free! For the ladies Hawaiian Orchids Flown Straight from the Hawaiian Islands Special! Cigarels - perdu Free Gifts For All! Be Sure to Come In! For the Kiddies • Balloons • Bubble Gum • Candy • Red Crown Hats Treat your. Car with "THE GREATEST GO ON E4RTH" . . . Standard's Red Crown Gasoline ; . . the King Size Gas Buy! • Permalube Heavy Duty Motor Oil ATLAS TIRES - - BATTERIES - - ACCESSORIES - - 24 HOUR SERVICE STOP IN TODAY! Always Ready to Serve You 24 - Hour Service

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