The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1952 · Page 2
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Ij t"i nEyn,LE (ARK.) COURIER VSC. fl, House Probcrs Hay Call Snyder For Testimony New York Cotton Commodity And Stock Markets— Dec .. Men . May .. July .. New Dec . Mch". May . July . Open High Ixiw ... 3513 3&1S 3»M ... 3571 3175 35M ... M12 3«16 35M ... 3831 -3637 3615 Orleans Cotton Open High Low .. 3507 3507 3504 .. 3570 3572 3556 .. 3<13 MIS 3596 .. M31 3433 361* 1:15 MM 3*5* 359S 3618 1:15 3J05 3560 3596 3611 Tex Moy Wont Report on Interest in Cote By B. L. LIVINGSTONE WASHINGTON OH — House tax scandal investigators sqbeduled clbfl'ed-dbdf meeting' today to decide whether to call Secretary of the-Treasury, Snyder for a firsthand :'scc6unt, of his interest in a multimillion-dollar tax case. Also up for decision - was what fo do About long-pending hearings on the 'alcohol Ux unit of the Internal Revenue Bureau—with emphasis-on Issuance of alcohol tax permits. In advance of today's session it wis expected the; Snyder matter would come up at once if hearings • were decided upon r . In the case of the alcohol (ax unit however, It was unlikely hearings would be slated before next year, when the committee Is expected to be continued by the Re-i-;- -,."_• publican 83rd Congress. I New York Stocks Secretary Snyder, In lellers 1°' A T and T 1605-8 members of the ways and means •subcommittee which has been investigating federal lax practices, already has said he intervened to speed up a tax retund ctaim by Universal Pictures,^ Inc. GOPt Want Him Called But Snyder wrote that he acted only In the Interest Of administrative efficiency to expedite.handling of a large backlog 'of , unsettled t« cases. He. said his Interest in Universal was no different than that in many other .similar cases. . Chicago Wheat Open High Dec .... 235U 235% Mch 242 1/ 4 242 ft Chicago Corn Open High Dec ... 167'4 187',4 Mch . .. 112'4 112% Soybeans Open High Jan .... 311". 3ll>/, Mch .... 311'; 3UV4 May .. Low 23414 24114 Low 16Tk 171N Low 30SX 309 VI 309 306 ',4 1:15 234«1 24 Hi 1:15 ltl',1 171H 1:15 309 309 VI 309 306 '.4 Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper .. Beth Steel Chrysler . ., 'oca-Cola . ...,'..,. Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward , N Y Central ..... Int Harvester '.'. .. > O. Penney Republic Steel, Radio •-. Committee, Republicans favored calling Snyder before them in open session-^" while he Is still a public official," said Rep. Curliss (R- Neb). Kesn (R-NJ) said he thoughl •' Snyder should explain his "unusual degree of Interest" in the Universal case. •The committee learned aboul " Snyder's activities in the Unlversa case' from the' official -telephone ' log kept by Charles Oltphint, for rher chief "counsel of the bureau who resigned under fire last fall. The log,' s stenographic transcript of Incoming and out going telephone calls In Ollphsnt's office shows Snyder and otner Treasury officials called frequently In late 1HS and early iMt about the Uni verssl case. -- , Universal sought s refund • of •round 20' million dollars , on excess profits taxes levied'during the early IMOs. , •' The committee his bureau records showing that, at Treasury In• sistence, review of the csjw by the New York field ottice_ S WM bypassed , tntf the case < speeded to Washington, where It .was. eventually settled at <* i leis«r" "figure of . .around VA million dollars.- EISENHOWER (Continued (ram Pt«t 1) bnllt and enlarged with functions transferred from other agencies: In Boston, Weeks said he was "honored" by hla designation to \ Elsenhower's Cabinet, ."partleu-] larly : in : the ' Commerce Depart- , ment, where luch experience as I have bad In business may perhaps-enable m« to help make the new administration the- success It Is bound to be." Williams,- in Jfullerton, Calif., said: -'It Is a matter of real satisfaction to be part of. the Eisenhower, team. I am looking forward to an opportunity to serve, and hope to make the department bodv.which will be of constructive -service." .Williams, M, Is head of a Seattle mortgage-banking and property- management firm. Weeks and Humphrey are listed as callers at the Eisenhower res idence today. Socony.Vacuum ... Studebaker Standard of N, J.,.. Texas Corp ....... Sou. Pao Jbituaries Arthur G. Holder >ies; Rites today Services for Arthur George Hold- r, 81, of 628 North Sixth Street, ilythcvlllc. who died yesterday ut Is home following an right-year Iness, were U> be conducted at 3 .m. today Hi Cobb Funeral 'Home Chapel by the Rev. T. J. Rlchard- on. Burial was to be. In Maple Grove Cemetery, Mr. Holder, a farmer, was born t McMlnnvllle, Tenn,, and had ved here 31 year*, pallbearers are Harvey Cotton, 'cm Vandever, Herbert Bracken, loyd Bracken, Arthur Holder and .eonard Holder. Survivors Include his wife, Jenile Holder; a son, Everette Holder; a daughter, Miss Ivy Holder, all of Blythevllle; and live grandchildren. 84 341 1-8 52 7-8 85 1-2 109 70 64 161 112 33 1-8 89 1-8 42'1-8 38 3-4 35 1-4 36 1-2 75 3-8 55 5-8 43 3^4 U S Steel, 41 1-2 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. 1*1—(USDA)—Hog? 12,000; active; barrows and gilts steady to 15 higher than Monday's average; advance mostly'on weights over 220 Ibs;; sows unchanged; 'bulk 'choice 180-230 Ib barrows 'and gilts 17.OO- LONG TIME TO WAIT—These youngsters .are^ seven monlhs ahead of time, bul if they keep their scats, they'll have a fine spol from which, to view the coronation procession of Queen Elizabeth II, In June. Stretch- Ing Into the distance as for as the eye can see', these huge bleachers are being erected along f-ondon's Moll, I5t largely n.10 down; about' 10 head mostly choice no. 1 aroun 200 Ib weights 11,25; 240-270 Ib 16.75.17.00; few 270-320 Ibs 16 75; 150-170 Ibs 16.00-17.00; 120-14 Ibs 13.15-15-25; sows 400 !bs dow 15.25-75; heavier sows 13.25-14.75 boars 10.00-13.50. Cattle 5,000, calves' 1,000; steer very slovv and - virtually ' nothin done early; heifers ;and . nilxe yearlings moderately ' active steady!' commercial and" 'god largely 19.00-26.00;• cows general steady; utility: and commercl 13.50-1IS.OO. Rites Tomorrow For J.J. Dildine Services lor Jimmy Joe Dildine 113 West Vine Street, are to be conducted nt 2:30 p.m. tomorrow al the Assembly of God Church by the Rev. J, E. Dickinson. Builal, with Cobb Funeral Home in charge, wit' be in Dogwood Cemetery. The 68-year-old farmer died a his home today after a 30-day 111 ness. Born at'Savannah, Tenn., he had lived hereof or 16 years. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs Lula Dildine; seven daughters, Mrs Ivln Fannin; Mrs. A. E. Carter, Mrs Eugene 'Heath, Mrs. Mack Lewis Miss Daisy Dildine, Miss Levona Dltdlne, all of Blythevllle; and Mrs Floyd Pincher of St. Louis, Mo.; Iw sons. Berry Dildine of St. Louis Mo.. Jimmy Dildine of Blytheville two brothers. Marian Dildine Blythevllle. Luther , Dildine Campbell, Mo.; and a sister. Mrs George" Mosur'e. of Blythevllle. Ira C. May Dies; Rites Tomorrow Services for Ira C. May, 60, Calumet, who dEed at his home yes lerday, will b« conducted tomorrow at'2 p.rh; at Cobb'Funeral Home- Chapel with burial it Memorial Park Cemetery, Th* R«v. Tommy McClure will ottiei»t«. Mr. May, who had been 111 tor two yean, had farmed In th* Blythe- vllte area for 90 years sine* coming here from his birthplace in Msy- field, Kentucky. Pallbearers will be Jsmes Duck, Curtis Nelson, Moyd Young, Ne*ley CurtU and Max Burks. Survivors Include hit wife Mrs. Tlllle May of Calumet, a son, Basil aimer May of Ban Pueblo, Colo., wo daughters, Mrs. J. T. Hunt and Urs. John Sanford, both of Gomel!, our brothers. Jack May of May :eld, Ky., Wesley May of;Dyers- urg; Tenn., Lesley May of St. Louis, fa., Chiirley May of Steele; t «l»ter, •Irs. Sally Por»ythe of Halfe, Tenn.; 3 grandchildren «nd four great- randsons. Two Deaths Occur n Blytheville Family Death' twice struck the W. W Peek family, 314 Walker, Sunday. Mrs. Hervle Wilson. Memphis sister of Mr. Peek died Sunday, a St. Joseph Hospital, and while thi Peeks were In Memphis attendlni ler funeral, news came of th death of Mrs. Peek's father, O. A Schoggen of Norrlstown, Pa, Services for Mrs; Wilson wer conducted by National Funera tlome at 2:30 p.m. yesterday wit! burial at Edmondson chapel, Mem phis. Arrangement* for Mr. Schogge were incomplete today. J.N. Other Ne/sort Twin, Dies Services for Terry Olerin Nelson son of Mr. and'Mrs.-Billy Joe Ne son of Yarbro, who died yesterda at Blythevllle Hospital, were to b conducted at i p.m.- today »t Cob Funeral Home Chapel by the He Cirl Burton Burial is to be In Ma pie Grove Cemetery. The four-day-old infant, who twin died four hours after- birth an was burled "yesterday, is survived b his parents. With the Courts COMMON PLEAS Charles Liberia, doing business Charles Liberto Co., vs. G. R. Ha rlngton, suit for settlement on- a count. ATOM (Continued from Page 1) super-voltage Instrument for pro ducing X-rays and beta rays. ' | "In Industry, other than power. I would compare its value with the use of polarized light. In these respects the Importance of the nuclear, reactor, while truly slgnifl- cent, has be*n considerably over-' advertised. : "As » means of defense," h* said, "I would rate the atomic weapons *s comparable in Importance with the airplane. But the great significance of nuclear energy seems to me to be as a source of useful power, «. field which has hardly yet begun to open \ip." Complon said Uuit "If peace can be kept for another M years the free world's strength will have developed so greatly that the threat of attacks against H will have become much less serious than it is today." Re urged, however, that scientists of the free world be permitted Interchange of ideas. LETS GET GOING! i e m to feck IW «*«• k*'4 MM. 1 Natural Gas is here, and we're all set to serve you. In order to save your **J/ time and assist us in giving you spee dier service when you are ready to install your natural gas facilities, the following procedure is suggested: I 1. Call 6821 to let us .now you wa nt gas service so that we may make the necessary "meter setting." 2. Contact your heating contractor, pipe fitter or plumber for necessary piping service on your property and in your home or place of business. 3 Pipe Fitter should notify city gas inspector (Phone 2282) as soon as necessary piping is installed. l • . 4. City inspector will notify us when installation meets requirements, and we will immediately install gas meter. Everything possible will be done to expedite service; however, due to the large number of requests for service, your patience and understanding will be appreciated. But please do call on us any time we may be of assistance to you in anyway. .'.•-.; • •, . Ark-Mo Power Co (Continued from Page 1) hlle the Reds continued to de- nd that all prisoners be sent ome even by force U necessary, "N« C<NBpromiae" Vlshinsky charged that the In- sn plan was no compromise at 11 but Instead « dressed-up Amer:an plan that would lead not to eace but to i continuation of the 'ar, the familiar Vlshinsky vitriol corned India's attempt' to take eutra! stand as spokesman for the .slan people, "We understand the position ol le Chinese peoples," yishinsky aid, "and we refuse to recognize right of anyone to speak on be b«U <* all MM JUlanc, ' 'We won't b« carried away by any false and spurious'appetut for unity by which you 'are trying to urn all eyes on us. No, tb* eyes are on you, Mr. (V. k. Krishna) Menon. You by your resolution are trying to push people Into the bolo- cut of war." ' f He hurled out charges, that the Indian government had been duped by American big business Into "pathetically" endorsing the Western stand against forcible repatriation or' detention of prisoners. • The Indian resolution also calls for a political conference, which under present terms of the draft Korean armistice agreement would discuss peace and unification ol the war-torn peninsula, also to d»- euss the fate of those prisoners who still remain In the hands o the repatriation commission 80 days after a true*. If nothing Is don* about __• • M days after this conference ar--: [ues about tbeni, J the prisoners, are to be turned over to tfce ». M. '• CIO (Continued from ftgt H deep wedge Into CIO rsnks, ' t At 45 the red-hmlred Reuther to? a young man compared with many other labor leaders. Never bashful, h* has com* forward with numerous "Reuther plans" to solve the nation's problems, some of which have been accepted and worked snd others which never saw th* lurht of d»y. Some years ago he bicycled* through Europe and Russia. . • : We Thank You - - - For your prompt response to our Coot and, Suit Sale. Our stock is now back tb normal. However, we still have some wonderful values in Coat* and Suits at ONE-THIRD OFF NOW! For the First Time This Season Miss Whitsitt's Shop Reduces All Fall & Winter Dresses Nothing Reserved! Priced to Clear! About Your Installation Eisenbcrg Mardis Larry Aldrich Harvey Berin In Fact, All Better Dresses! A. Goodman Nelly Don Martini . Mountain Home fry OFF! BUY your Christmas Dress and Save! Sale Starts Wednesday Morning at 8:30 SPECIAL! One Rock Daytime and Cocktail Dresses Price SPECIAL! / • Our Entire Stock MILLINERY Price LaBELLE SHOP SPECIAL! One Group of « Childrens Dresses | Sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 12 and Pre-teens It's \Vhitsitt's JL V , v3 '"T T JLJLJL t^\jJL \~ \^ \J 'Because You Like Smart Things'

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