The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1952 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 17, 1952
Page 12
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TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COUK1ER NBW8 MONDAY, NOV. 17,- IMt General's Views On Repatriation OfPOWsAwaite Statement May Com* Following M««ting» With Truman, GOPs MAKIN L. ARROWSM1TH AUGUSTA; Oa. Wl — President- elect Dwlght D, Elsenhower prob- »bly. will decide this week—after conferences with President Truman and OOP congressional lend- •rs—whether to make a pre-tnaUK- uratlon statement on repatriation of Korean war prisoners. Elsenhower, spending his last day of vacation at the Augusta National Oolf Club, (lies to Washington - tomorrow for a history- Commodity And Stock Markets— N«* York Cotton Open High law Dec 3554 35M 3480 Mch ........ 3578 3580 3960 May ........ 3608 3613 3581 July 3596 3805 3519 Obituaries LEWIS QUORUM N«w OrU>n» Cotton Open High Low Dec. , Mch. May , July . 3523 3571 3607 3600 3527 3581 3612 3607 3485 3550 3580 35T* 1:15 3490 3556 3585 3583 1:15 3490 3551 3585 3578 Chicago Wheat Open High Low 1:15 Deo. ... 23TX/ 231K 236* 23654 Mch. ... 24414 244% 243% 343% making session with Trumnn at the White House. On Wednesday he will meet In ,New York with a quartet o( Republicans who will have key roles In the OOP-controlled 83rd Congress, convening Jan. 3. To Confer With Ta« -In Manhattan, the general will confer first with Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, chairman of the Senale Republican Policy Committee, end Rep. Joseph W. Martin of Massachusetts, slated to be sneaker of the House. They will discuss plans for a .legislative program. The general also has conferences scheduled Wednesday with Sen. Styles Bridges of New Hampshire, who may?--serve as Senate •majority'lender, and Sen. Alexander Wiley of Wisconsin. Wiley, In line fO'he»d the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, is a delegate to the United Nations General assembly how meeting In New York. ' • All four OOP leaders probably will get a report from Elsenhower on his conference tomorrow with Truman. /That session will deal with international and domestic problems and with the transfer, of primary responsibility for handling them from, the Democrats to the Republicans. Chicago Corn Open Dec. .... 167 Mch. ... 112 Soybeans Open Nov. , Jan. . Mch. May High 167!4 172 Low 180',4 171U 1:16 166% 171% N.w York Stocki A T and T 150 3-8 Amcr Tobacco 02 3-8 Anaconda Copper 38 5-8 Beth. Steel .'..• 433-8 Chrysler 847-8 Coca-Cola 110 Gen Electric 67 7-8 Gen.Motors .....'... 62 Montgomery Ward ........ 59 1-2 N Y Central .............. 181-8 Int Harvester. 3! 3-8 J O Penney ... -. 69 Republic Steel :....... 393-8 Radio ..,.....' 27 7-8 Socony Vncuum .......... 35 t-4 Stndebakcr ./... 345-8 Stnnrtard of N J 731-8 Texas Corp 54 i-4 Sears ,..'...........; 68 1-2 U S Steel ..:.......; 38 1-4 Son Pac ............;..... 42 7-B EISENHOWER (Continued from Page 1) Rites Tomorrow For Mrs. Moora Services for Mrs. George Moore of Roawell, N.M., who was killed Friday In an automobile accident at Lubbock, Tex.; are to be conducted at 1 p.m. tomorrow In Roc- well. 5 Mra. Moore, * former resident of Blytheville, was returning lo her home after ft week's visit here when the accident occurred. Survivors'include her husband, Mr. George Moore of Iloswell; • son, Boyce Moore and a daughter, Mrs. Brsley Alford, both of Blytheville; four grandchildren, Jlmnile Lee .Moore, Polley Sue Moore, Hbyce Freeman Mooro and Paula Jo Alford, all of Blytheville; and a nephew, Curtis Freeman of Blytheville. ... John M. Sharp Dies; Rites Today Services for John Monroe Sharp, who died yesterday at his home In the Calumet Community were conducted at 2 p.m. today In Cobb Funeral Homo Chapel by the Hev. J. C. Dickered!, pastor of the Assembly of God Church here. Burial was in Dogwood Cemetery. Mr. Sharp, who was 81, was born In Water Valley, Miss., and had resided in the Calumet Community for miiny years. He was a-farmer, lie is survived by tiis wife, Mrs. Bertha Sharp; three sons, Arthur Sharp and J. W. Sharp, both of Blytheville;, and A. L. Sharp of Hnmmond.'Ln.; and six daughters, Mrs. Helen McMinn of Blytheville, Mrs. Lela Tutor of Water Valley, Mrs. Chessy McMinn of Little Rock, Mrs. Louise Little of Memphis, Mrs. Lucy Keel of Chicago and Miss Frances Sharp of Pnducah, Ky. (ConttaiMd front Pag* M •tootha. "The facts—a weak law, soft markets In some part* of the economy, and collapsing; price and production controls—are clear. The basis for maintaining wage controls under these conditions at present no longer exists." Murray's report urged Congress to legislate wage-price controls 'on a standby basis, for use when ever new Inflationary pressures appear." President Anlhony Valente of the AFL United Textile Workers America, in a letter to WSB Chairman Archibald Cox, demanded yes terday that the government either suspend wage controls In the tex tile Industry or write a new regu latlon lo allow pay Increases bascc on productivity. Valente said price controls havi been suspended on textiles, and added It was uli "eULmuiniC jHiiftC; to expect controls) to work on v/ay," The average farm family live longer and accumulates mor wealth than the average clt family. nmmccmeht did not say such bomb had"been exploded. 2. Trumatvmny urge Elsenhower to'name lop cabinet members deal "Ing" with''foreign and security problems—State, Defense and Treasury —withlri two weeks and get them to work with present officials to "learn the ropes." 3. The administration is expected to tell Eisenhower and his advisers that a statement by him on the Korean situation, endorsing the present policy of insisting oh voluntary repatriation of prisoners of war in any armistice agreement, would greatly : strengthen current dealings at, the U.N. General Assembly. 4. Eisenhower given a chance to express his views on foreign policy, and asked for comments on administration intentions • as Ihey are explained to him. Htgh- .ly placed officials said Trumnn will take Elsenhower's views into consideration in making decisions between now and Jnn. 20. According to present plans, Truman and Eisenhower will hold two White House meetings. They will meet first—and briefly—in private. From the private session they plnn to go immediately to the Cr.b- Inet Room and join a second nntl larger session with their advisers. Washington, meanwhile,' , was planning a rousing welcome for Eisenhower, due here about 1:20 p.m. by plane from Augusla. Ga. Republicans scheduled a mammoth parade from Lincoln Memorial down Constitution Avenue i past the Washington Monument, then back out Pennsylvania Avenue to the While House. The President has ordered government agencies off so they may participate in Ihe reception. Millions over the nallon will see the historic .event by television. Full-scale coverage is planned by all four networks, which have set up u pool arrangement designed to picture every phase from the plane's landing at National Airport to the climactic arrival at the While House. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111. Mi—(USDA)—Hogs 15,500; opened slow, later fairly active;uneven; barrows and gills 100 Ibs up weak to 10 lower tlmn Friday's average; 'lighter weights steady to 25 higher; sows 25 higher with spots up 50; bulk choice 1(10-270 Ibs. uu- sorted for grndo 17.35 -'50; latter pnld freely by shippers and butchers, mostly for/choice Nos. 1 and 2 100-230 Ibs; small lots 2x0.300 15.75-17.50; 120-140 Ibs 12.75-15.00; Ibs 17.00-15; choice 150-180 Ibs sows 400 Ibs down 1G.25-75: few at 17.00; heavier . sows 14.25-15.75; boars 11.50-14.50. Cattle 0,000. calves 2,000; little done on'steers with a few heifers and mixed butcher yearlings opening about steady; good and choice 25,00-29.00; cows draggy; few deals about steady at last week's Blow | close. • : Mrs. Jenny Steed Dies in Osceola years. • Survivors include three othc sons, Wcrt,Steed of Osceola, Evere Steed of England, Ark., and Ra Steed, Greenville, Miss.; and on brother, Charles Frizzell, Conwa; Services will Iw conducted at 1 a.m. Tuesday at Swift Funer Home chai>el by the Rev, Garlan Taylor. : Burtnl will be In Ermen .Cemetery. (Continued from Page •Idge*. Board Named Appointment of the following members of the Board of Equallza- ton was approved: Byron Morse, Wildy, W. E. Hagari, Alexander Curtis, C. P. Tompkins, J. Forester, W. W. Prewltt, Prank Bell, Harold Howcrton and W. P. Hale. Most of the Increase over last gear's budget came in the approbation for the County Farm. The ncrease here of approximately $30.000 was recommended by the budget committee l>ecause In the past five years, appropriation for the farm las been about J23.000 per year while Its expenditure has averagec $55,000 to $60,000 per year. Another increase was $5,000 for :he County Library. $3,000 salarj increases for clerks In the assessor's office and $2,000 the circuit clerk's office. (These must be accepted b] the State Legislature); $3,100 In crease for health and sanitation am $900 increase In salaries for County Agents' assistants. Tiie court gave Its formal op proval to mlllage levies previously voted In county elections. Thes were the five-mill county genera tax, four-mill county hospital levy five-mill city and Incorporate [owns tax and the school tax rate set by each district. Budget appropriations approve by the court follow: Collector's'records and suppllc —$3,200. Auditor's salary and expens $3,775. Assessor's salary and expense— $15,882.60. County clerk's salary and jcnat tf.ltflfl- Circult clerk'i ense—»15,M7.W. Court houM (maintenance >nd peratlon oC court hous«)— <27,16. County Judge'* salary and ex- ense—*5,500. County library—»15,000. General county purposes — $5,90.85. Judicial (Justices of the peace, nunfclpal courts and circuit curt)—$20,647.52. Jails—$21,125. County Farm—$58,638.25. Health and Sanitation (County Health Unit and malarial control) —523,181. Farm and home demonstration agents—$16,280. Charities and correction (child welfare, county welfare and Arkansas Children's Home and Hospital)— $9,100. 'New' Mining Machine Used NEW YORK (/P)—A new mining machine ' that bores for 700 fee horizontally into the side of a hll taking out a steady stream of coa by a series of conveyors, has been annunced by the Carbide and Car foon Chemicals Co. The machine, powered by elec trlcity, moves on tractor treads. It four, intermeshhig rotary cuttin heads carve a hole 3 by 10 feet i the coal seam. The machine force the mined coal onto a travclln conveyor system. It can mine up t VA tons of coal a minute. Operators of the machine ai always above ground and have 11' tie or no actual contact with th coal. The rig, two stories high, designed for use on out-crop con seams. DURO CHROME (Continued from Fag« 1) Discussions with city and Chamer of Commerce officials on re- ocation of Ihe Blytheville plant •ill take place when more defln- e Information is available as to 'hen the Air Force will take over 10 base, the St. Louis official aid. > When Duro Chrome located at he nir base in December, 1947. t executed an agreement with the :!ty whereby 1 the firm would he elmburscd 525,000 if the government exercised Its recapture clause. Should the final declsloi re-location be to move the >lant to another city, however, his obligation would be nullified. Duro Chrome's only manufactur ng plants, which produce res- .aurant, office and other commer ial furniture, - are located here and In St. Louis. Sale of the corporation's stock Ihe St. Louis official said, was ex pected to increase its operations and will afford It increased sale outlets. • • ; A productlon'analysis of the firn is now, under way, he said. Read Courier News Classified Ads Really "SOCKS" RHEUMATIC, ARTHRITIC PAIN Thousands ore grateful for the way the salicylole action of C-2223 speeds relief to rheumatic, arthritic, muscle pain. Many call it "the old reliable" ... use C-222 time and again to enjoy more pleasah 1 periods of greater comfort I Price of fits' bottle back if not satisfied. Get C-2223 Of Abandoning Family A BlythevUl* nan has been erected and charged with ibuukm. lent of his wife and three children. William I. Wheat last night pott- d $750 bond to gain his freedom fter being picked up by »heriH ; » eputies. ., ; . Information filed rcy ProMcutor H. O. Parllo*' states that Wheat ailed to maintain and provide for Is wife and children. - • Six years, three year* and It months were given as age> for th* 'hildren. Fooled Them , • The pocket gopher was pictured by early zoologists with its cheek:- v pouches Inside out, since the deadi spccjnien used as a model was »o" arranged. Wnen your cold gets into your throat and chest and cough develops, work fast. Creomulston relieves quickly because it: . ' 1. Soothes raw sort throat and chert . membranes. 2. Loosens and helps expel germy phlegm. . '. ; ' 3. Mildly relaxes systemic tension. 4. Aids nalure fight the cause of irrl- talion. .5. Has stood Ihe test of million! o* users.: •; : You must be pleased or your druggist will refund your money. - CREOMULSION relfmi Couihi, Ch.rt Cofdi, Acutl Btonc OSCEOLA — Mrs. Jenny Frizzell Steed, 69, died at the home of her son, Tom Steed, at 3:30 this morning. A member of the Methodist Church, she had mnde her homo with her son for the past four DOIUR-WISE? THEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOU! Adams Appliance Co. Inc. See these tree decorations at Sears Catalog Sales Office Save 1.50 on this Tree Decorator's Delight $2.19 Illuminated Plastic Tree Stand tVithcs tree In soft light. Red nut! yrllow wilh colorful YulctWe decnls. Give* firm support to trpe up to 3M In. In dlamclcr. 5-ft. extension cord. Imported Craft Ornaments With the Courts CHANCERY— The following divorce decrees have been filed: Theron J. Nelson and Joan K. Kelson; Ansel B. Miller nnd Mary I. Miller. COMMON n.EAS— O. B. Thorn vs. John Rogers, damages; Riveria Teague vs. Louise Wicker, damages. CIRCUIT COURT— James R. nnd Clinrles Henbrey vs. E. A. Stacy, Sr., suit for $500 damages. Free Book on Arthritis And Rheumatism How To Avoid Crippling Deformities An amazing newly enlarged 44- page book entitled "Rheumatism' will be sent free to anyone who will write for It. It reveals why drugs and medicines give only temporary relief and fall to remove the causes of the trouble; explains B specialized non- surgical, non» medical treatment which has proven successful for the past 33 years. You Incur no obligation In sending for this Instructive book. It may be the means ot saving you years of untold misery, rite today to The Bill Clinic, Dent. 4304, Excelsior - Missouri, These are "extra fancy" Imported German ornaments with all the beauty of Old World craftsmanship . . . Ihey will tend beauty and grace lo yoar Christmas tree. Assort**! bright colors. You can si ore them in their partitioned box *nd them year after year. Box of 6 Tree Balls 98* German Imports Box of 12 Say* 41 c Shop by Phone 8131 Feather-Ngnl jtl*^ ornanwnU to nuke J"»r 1m (litter with old- fashloneil eksance. WMe variety of >l)ks !• aawrted colon. ... .. .... Scan, Roebuck and Co, Catalog Sales Office MR. AND MRS. MURDERER! (I Radio Free Europe is telling all of Romania about this bloodthirsty couple and their secret torture chamber! 217 W. Main. Biythcville, Art. U NTIL 10 A.M., December 27lli, they were jmiply Mr. and Mrs. Margmcanu, ilisliu- guUlictl citizens of Blaj, respected and admired hy llie entire community. And then — "This is Radio Free Europe. People of . Romania, lislcn to this information we have received from Ihe underground al Blaj. Among the foremost aides of the Chief of the Security Police are a young married couple named Mar- gincanu. Together with other members of the governmental gang, they patronize blood orgies nightly. Those freedom-loving Romanians not In' sympalliy wilh Ihe Communist regime are dragged heforc them and beaten to dealh. While the torture goes on, ihe wine holllc is passed around —and there is much toasting and singing. The names of olhcr regular participants arc as follows..." The crimes against the, captive nalion are revealed cacli day hy Radio Free (Europe. Traitors, informers and "quislings" are named. Lives of anti-communist patriots are saved. Truth is piercing the Iron Curlain and spreading fear and confusion among Communist overlords and their collaborators. Support tti« Crusade For Freedom! Slowly but surely ihe Iruc face of Communism is being exposed and the cold War is facing won. B«l Radio Free Europe urgently needs more help from its sponsor — Yoit! The Crusade for Freedom needs «t least $4,000.000 this year lo support and expand the operations of Radio Free Europe and Radio. Free Asia. . * Tina Crusade 'cannot succeed without your help. Hadio Free Etirope and Radio Free Asia 'need your contributions lo help fight red lies, wilh Irulh and to win the cold war. Get behind this truth campaign now I Help bring to millions ihe promise of future freedom. Send yowr contribution to Crusnde for Freedom, c/o your local Postmaster» i Help Truth Fight Communism. 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