The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1952 · Page 3
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1952 Cherry Picks Highway Commission; Appeals for Amendment 42 Approval LITTLE ROCK tft-In an a))neal for approval of a proposed constitutional amendment to revamp the State Highway Commission, Francis Cherry has named (he commissioners he will appoint if Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton Open High Low 1:!5 l>ec ....... 3710 3730 3710 3725 Mar , . ..... sue 3749 3726 3745 May ....... 3735 374s 3725 3741 July ....... 3695 3695 310K New Orleans Cotton Open High Low 1:15 Dec ....... 3712 3727 3712 3124 Mar ....... 3728 37-15 3728 3741 May ....... 3726 3744 3725 3738 July ....... 3690 3713 3690 3706 Chicago Wheat Open High Low , 1;15 Dec . .. 236 7b 231 U 236=; 236 !« Men . .. 243>i 24354 243',4 243X Chicago Corn Dec Mch Soyb Nov Open High Low .. 167H 168>i 167'i ..172 112>,-i m>l eans High Low 29B'i -291^ 303 301'i SOW, 304»; York Stocks 1:15 167',i 172 1-15 293", 301 '', 30314 303". U Is approved in (he general election Nov. 4. The Democratic nominee, gubernatorial said he "doubted 152 3-4 56 1-2 39 1-3 47 7-8 81 7-8 107 62 7-8 59 ]-8 56 1-8 17 1-2 30 3-3 66 1-2 38 3-8 21 May New A T nnd T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester J C Penney Republic Steel ... Radio Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111 M>—IUSDA>Hogs 12,500; fairly active; weights 100 Ibs up mostly 25 higher than Thursday's average- lighter weights 25 io 50 higher- sows 50 to 1.00 higher; bulk choice 190-250 Ibs unsorled for grade 10.25; several hundred head mostly choice Nos. 1 and 2 210-230 Ibs 19.35; few 200-270 Ibs 19.00; ISO- ISO Ibs 17.00-18.50; lew,''ISO Jbs to 18.75; 120-HO Ibs 14.00-16.00; choice sows 403 Ibs down 17.50-18.25; few 18.50; heavier sou's 15.50 - 17.25; mostly 15.75 up; boars ll.50-15.0o'. Cattle 8,000. calves 2.500; open- Ing slow; few loads hig-h choice slcc-rs and good and choice sleers and heifers about steady but generally bidding unevenly lower; cows draggy under lower bids; bulls and vealers steady and bid ding sharply lower on slaughter calves; good and choice steers nnd heifers 26.00 - 30.00; high choice steers to 33.50; utility ami com mercial bulls 16.00 - 19.75. that any other commission was ever as well screened," named Ihe following persons: Miss Willie A. Lawson of Little Rock, Conner executive secretary of the Arkansas Education Association; Cecil S. Lynch of Pine Bluff, retired executive vice president of the Arkansas Power and Light Company; Dan Portis of the Arkansas Power and Light company; Dan Portis O f Leprmto. Litlle River bank president; Raymond P. Orr of Ft. Smith, Athletic Mining and Smelting Company president, and Glenn p Wallace of Nashville, Hereford csif.lebrceder. Staggered Terms The measure, proposed amendment, which Cherry says is the first step toward "taking the Highway Department out of politics" would reduce the present 12-member commission to a 5-member group, appointed from the state at large for staggered 10-year terms, . The proposal provides for Senate confirmation of appointees and removal of commissioners f or cause only. Cherry said he planned to make recommendations to the Commission after hu becomes governor but promised never to ask that anyone be employed or any pro- I ject undertaken for political reasons. Lynch, said he agreed (o accept the appointment only afler he was tLrrHBVILLBARK.) COURIEK KEWB Mrs. G. A. Sosse Dies at Home PAGE THREE Here; Riles Today . .irne a^ c wife G,A. Sfl5.se of ZHythevillc uha died at her liome early yc6teidi> were conducted nl 3:30 p.m. today at Cobb Puner.il owe chapel by the Rev. E. c. Brown, pastor of Pn_t Baptist Church here, and the Rev, G, Micssler. p.istor o! First Lutheran Church. Born in Sikcsloii, Mo., Mrs. had resided in Blviheville since 1914. In addition lo her husband, she is survived by two sons, Joe Shanks and Ben Shanks, both of lilythe- ville, and si sister, Mrs. Alice Marshe) of SD:eston. Pallbearers were Jimmie Sanders, Max Elder, Earl Damon, O f Quellmalz, o. E. Hiinncycutt anci Mike Simon. assured Cherry hart no "foes lu punish or friends to reward." Two of tile Cherry selections now are members of other state groups. Orr Is a University of Arkansas trustee; Wallace is a member of the Livestock Sanitary Board. Portis served as a highway commissioner during the administration of former Oov. Ben Laney. (Continued from Page 1) decision taken by the U.N. in our Former Osceola City Treasurer Succumbs ofr 78 OSCEOLA—Services for Joseph E. Montague, 78, former city treasurer, were to be conducted this afternoon in Swift Funeral Home chapel by the Rev. Percy Herring Burir.l was in Violet Cemetery and pallbearers included Bruce Ivy Thomas Fl&rida, George Florida, Dr. L. D. Massey, Charles Coleman, A W. Bow'en and II. A. Nicholson. Mr. Montague, for/tier merchant and owner of an insurance agency, died at his home Saturday afternoon following a heart attack. He was born in Clifton Term but had made his home in Osceola since 1393. Survivors include his daughter Josephine Montague; a sistuv, Mrs' J. T. Ivey. Clifton: nnd a brother H. E. Montague, Oklahoma City. W. R. Dies; Rtfres Today Services for William Riley Pennington of Half Moon, who died at his home there at 7 ».m. Saturday were conducted at 2 p.m. today it Cobb Funeral Home Chapel by'the Rev. M. R. Griffin, pastor of Dell WAR JS NOT PLEASANT — Dressed like a typical American boy. a youthful Korean houscboy <lett) watches a grim picture of war as he sees a South Korean soldier, wounded in fls-hting on Whltehorse mountain, taken from an ambulance by hospital oorpsman in a rcnr area immediately behind the front lines. (U. S. Army 1'holn via ,U> Wlrephoio) . - — - "«> . . . absence would be valid," the mes- Baptist Church sage said. I M,-. Femnngion, who had been Ihe Korean demand, which was ill for about two yeais was 84 Bur- Icnpr) hi? Mrt^tv, v~. Tt. ; . j_t ~. -?^"->, "113 at. OU1 signed by North Korean Foreign Minister Pak Huen Yung, was "to be sent to'the Political Committee for consideration. The general policy debates were scheduled to continue in the Assembly's sessions today. (Continued from Page U Mrs. Gammid Attends Tuberculosis Conference Mrs. Frances Gammil], executive secretary of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, returned this weekend from the Mississippi Valley Conference on Tuberculosis held in St. Louis Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Also attending from Arkansas were Robert. Sclmee. state association staff worker, and Mrs. J. C. Irwin, executive secretary of the Sebastian County association. They heard talks on future soals in the fight against tuberculosis. MOX Shmv Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sal. Sun 1 :00 Always a Double Feature LAST TIMES TONITE —Plus— "Take Care of My Little Girl" In Technicolor Jeanne Crain TUES - WED —Plus— y GUN RANGER' Bob Stcele & Cowboys Also Comedy ial was in Elmwood Cemetery Born in pllington, Mo., he hat) resided with a sister here for about; lo years. He was a retired railroad employe. Survivors Include three sisters Mrs; .v.ice Eurchett"and -Mrs T E. Johnson, both o! Blytlieville and Mrs. Willie McGnidcr of Hornersville. Mo.; and four brothers. Frank PermhiBton of Vtck-sbllrg, Miss.. Oscar Ponnington of Hoisinaton, Kan.. Walter Peiinington of Blythcvil.'e and Noel Pennington of Yampa Colo. Pallbearers were Paul Johnson- Arthur Pcnner. Ilelley Harrison W M. White, Denzel Howard and Clifton McGruder. (Continued from Paee !) of deer. Other cages and dens containing lions, tigers, hyenas, panthers and leopards followed Bringing tip the line of march were 12 elephants followed by a vapor-spouting steam calliope. The King Bros.-Cristiana Circus is exhibiting today and tonight in Blytheviiie under the auspices of the Shrine Club, (t traveled in two convoys and came here from Pine Bluff where it exhibited Saturday. Twcntv-tivo tents were pitched adjacent to Ihe Walker Park fairgrounds There are (JQO people Iravelin" with the circus. Among the stars are the Cristiani family of equestrians with Lucio. the riding comedian; the Florenz troupe of acrobats; Tru?.- zl. the international juggler,- and Hugo Zacchini who is stiot out of a cannon. In addition to the afternoon performance, another exhibition will be given tonight. The doors to the evening performance will open at 7 o'clock and the big show will start at 8 p.m. Shortly after midnight, the circus is scheduled to depart for Sifccston. Mo., where it will exhibit, tomorrow. when it can install a dictatorship of Ihe proletariat, in the United States," the panel said, adding: "Upon the overwhelming weii'hl of the evidence in this proceeding, we conclude that respondent (the party) Is directed, dominated and controlled by the Soviet Union; and Rites Held for Infant the respondent operates primarily to advance Ihe objectives of the Graveside services for Paul nmu. world Communist movement." j ,ns mil. 13-day-oM so, rf Mr ™£ The leport sa,d thai In past [ Mrs. Clyde Hill of near Tomato ----- were to be conducted at Memorial Park Cemetery at 2:30 p.m. today by the Rev. Hnrold Thompson of Ihc First Church of the Naznreiie The infant died at about. 7 am yesterday in Walls Hospital. Sur- i vlvors include his parents, a broth- i cr. J. c. Hilt: and five sisters Wilma Jean, Bessie, Melva, Erma Sue and Catherine Hill. Holt Funeral Home is In charge. years most of the party's leaders "were taught in Moscow role which the in the Soviet Unicn de- sired" the American party to play. Upon their return to this country. the report said, "these leaders, in lurn, taught and carried out DID policies, strategy and tactics which Ihey learned in Mos- cows." The next slep is for the party's lawyers lo file exceptions to Ihe panel's report. The board is 'expected to dispose of these without further hearings. (Continued from Pj^e !> incumbent. CITY ATTORNEY - Incumbent Percy A. Wright and Elbert Johnson, Blytlieville attorney, WARD ONE ALDERMAN"-Incumbent Jesse M. White, sign company owner, and Dave Halstead, dry goods store operator. WARD TWO ALDERMAN — Incumbent J. I,. Nabers, Russell E. Riales and L. D. Wade. WARD THREE ALDERMAN — Appointee incumbent Rupert Cra fton, wholesale grocer; Robert Plirtle, insurance salesman; and W. M. Hnyncs, grocery store operator. WARD FOUR ALDERMAN — Incumbent Charles Lip ford, butcher. STEVENSON (Continued from Page 1) of the board when t( rejected Hiss' resignation and voted him leave with pay to defend himself Observing that Eisenhower hadn't objected to the board's action, the statement continued: "Surely the refusal to accept Hiss' resignation constituted n far greater and more personal endorsement of Alger Hiss than did Gov Stevenson's report." "Underscores Opinion" The eight said Eisenhower's acceptance of n place on the board after Hiss became president" simply underscores the opinion generally held at this time regarding Hiss' reputation." The Stevenson supporters said that so far as they knew, no one in the Illinois governor's camp had "ever used these facts to discredit Gen. Eisenhower," adding: "Moreover we do not believe that they should, because an attack on him and his advisers on these grounds would be as unfair as the current Republican attacks on Gov. Stevenson. EISENHOWER (Continued from Page 1) years pnst, however, Baruch has heen critical of the Truman ad- minlstralion. Baruch said in the letter dial he was writing U primarily because of "youii most generous references to me" in accepting a Vnlernns of Foreign Wars award given in Banich's name. Bnruch said he had been ill at th<; lime of the award and dial Eisenhower's references to him "revived me immediately " Eisenhower's headquarters said Die letter was being made public with Barnch's consent. Bimich was asked bv newsmen by telephone if (he letter constituted an endorsement of Eisenhower's candidacy He called (he newsmen's attention lo (he fact, that lie hud signed the letter with the word, "atfec- lionately," and [old them "I might have something to say later." Newsmen, speaking of the letter nsked Baruch how it applied to the present political campaign wlnclup. Firemen Answer Three Calls Here Blylheville firemen n n ft w e r e d three calls ns'er the weekend. Firemen were called to I,. L. Anderson's dry Roods and shoe store on East Main at 8 n.m. yestprdav after an oil hoaU-r in the Veteran's Taxi Company set fire to artjoin- ing wall. The wall was burned through ami damage was mostly from smoke and water, Chief Roy Head said. Yesterday afternoon, firemen slopped a blaze In a soybean elevator of R. D. Hiislips Gin Company. Chief Head said the top was burned out of the elevator but damage was repnlred several hours later. The fire department answered a cnll lo 1109 West Ash this morn- Ing to regulate an oil heater. Thtre was no damage. Read Courier News Classified Ads. ITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. MONDAYS: TUESDAY "Bugles In The Afternoon" In Technicolor With Ruy Milland and Helena Carter WED - THURS "THE LION & THE HORSE" with Sieve CocIn-art and Wildfire, The Wonder Ho rse NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Saf. & Sun. Phone 5S LAST TIMES TONITE "WOMAN OF THE NORTH COUNTRY" Rod Cameron Gale Storm TUESDAY 'YANK IN INDO CHINA" John Archer WED - THUUS "MONTANA TERRITORY" I,on McCallislcr Wanda Henclrix "Where Happiness Costs So Ullle" LAST TIMES TONITE v TUESDAY "RETURN OF FRANK JAMES' Henry Koiidn & One Tierncy DIDN'T KNOW... . . . until my neighbor told me that the best place to find terrific bargains is in the COURIER classified ads. I know now! I always read them! Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. -YTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS COAL (Continued Irom Page 1) linve the authority lo' disturb an Agreement made in B ood faith llns aBieomcm was made in good, fallli by union arid industry. Tl»> . . . industry lias said it was able and willing to pay t|, e increase «nat right (i oos a government ngc'ncy have to upset an agreement made within the rules of our collective bargainiiiB system?" One of Die first mine locals In! (he nation's 20-odd coal-mining Mutes to vote against worktop was the big Hohc-na Mine local in Western Pennsylvania. The liobena mine, operated by U. S. Steel, employes 2,COO The mine is the world's largest inech- •mixed soft coal pit. The West Virginia' survey of a <io?,en local union heads brou-lu the same reply. They didn't expect the men to work. But like everv- where else the union said it has no word-either lo strike or not to strike—[rom Lewis. "Up lo Miners" Hugh White. UMW District 12 president In Illinois, said he issued no instructions whatever to Illinois soft coal miners, lie added: "It's up to the miners." However, l.iioo employees failed to report for v.-ork at three Peabody Coal Company mines in the Taylorville-I'ana area on Ihc midnight shift. Tlic men had been out "lost of last week, IhotlRh. protesting the WSB delay on a ruling. In Central Pennsylvania. Frank Hughes, president of District 3 said his 7,500 men are not on strike He added: "No strike has been called. 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