The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1952 · Page 9
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MONDAY, MBC. », iJ THE V ILLS (AKK,)" COURIER MEffS Nixon Says Taft Is a 'Team Man/ Will Cooperate Need of 'Balanced' Team Stressed by Vice President-Elect Deo. Mar. May July Chicago Wheat Dec , Mch Open .23414 ,. 240 Open . 166',4 170?i Soybeans Dec Mch WASHINGTON Wl — Vice Presi " dent-elect Nixon said today lha S«n. Robert A. Taft Is a "lean pliyer" who will work smoothly .„ with the incoming Eisenhower ad ministration, v ^ "There Is no doubt In my mind • that he will be able to nork smoothly with the new adminls tration," Nlxbn told' a reporle after his plane set down, at a fog shrouded National Airport. Nlxo was returning from Mexico City CniCd9O where ^he represented President- elect Eisenhower At Inauguration ceremonies for President Adolfo Ruiz Cortines./; Nixon was asked what he thought _of the split between Eisenhower 'and Taft over thelappolntment of Martin P. Durkin, president of the AFL Plumbers Union, and » staunch •Dembcro.t, as secretary of labor. Taft said the appointment was "incredible," Nixon said the appointment has been criticized oh the grounds he Is a representative of organized labor. "Balanced Team Needed" "I believe it is essential that this .administration not make,the mistakes of the present administration In' loading the cabinet completely with individuals who are on any one side." Nixon said. "I believe that.-ln the Durkin appointment, Gen Elsenhower rec ognized that what we must ha\e "is a,balanced team of responsible representatives of labor and man fc agement. • "In the long run the only answer to including a representative of labor on the staff was to get one of the more reasonable labor leaders. "Then the labor representatives and the other leaders in the administration will be able to strike a proper compromise on labor legislation." Nixon said that Durkin has ninde "ah excellent start" toward pouring oil on troubled waters within Republican ranks by_ announcmj his intention to meet with Taft and discuss amendments to the -Tatt- Hartley Act: And. Nixon said,-Tail's ; attitude on amending the labor law \vhlrh bears his name is "very'reason- able." Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton Open Hljh Low Dec 3403 3427» *MO Mch-'....... "34«3 3490 3*5« May 3503 3528 3503 July . ..3525 55M 3521 New-Orleans Cotton Obituaries 1:15 3393 3418 3517 3M2 Open High Low 1:15 3395 . ,, .3460 3499 3521 3391 3485 .3525 3549 3361 3456 3496 3520 3375 3476 3514 3532 High 236 HIM High J68 171H Low 234 240 Low 166',4 1:15 234 S 241'/: 1:15 • 16TS4 Open 303 s ! 305 305'i . 302H Jan Mch May July New York Stocks High 307 1 ; 308',5 307?! Low 303H 305 305'i 302H k 1:15 301 s 3.0SH 307 305 Maj.C.M.Gerra.d Dies at Air Force Base in Idaho Mrs. Elinor M. Gerrald of Bly theyllle was notified by the Air Force late'yesterday of the death of her "husband, Ma). Charles M Oerrald, *t Mountain Home Al Force Base, Idaho, Ma). Oerrald died yesterdas morning as the result of inhalins jases\from a burning building, ac ordlrig to » telegram from Co scar B. Schaal, commanding of cer of the b*se, No details wer Iven. Services /are - scheduled to ,be onducled at Greenville, N.C.,;but rrangements are. Incomplete, laj. Gcrrald, who was 31. was a ative of Winston Salem, N.C. Mrs; Gerrald-has been residing lere-wltli her sister, Mrs. Phillip iobinsori,' tolbe with her mother, Irs. F.. J. • McCarthy, who has been seriously 111. AT and 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 . Socpny Vacuum . SUulebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp Sears U s Steel . 160 5.. 643. 40 1.. 52 V.. 66 1. 107 . 70 365 1. 61 1.. 225 .. 32 3 .. 72 .. 43 , . 28 3 ... 35 3 .. 36 1 .. 75 1 ... 56 43 1 40 3-4 Sou Pac 43 1-2 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 'III. W) — (USDA)—Hogs 16,500; fairly active; barrows arid gilts steady-to 15 higher than Friday's average, sows steady to 25 higher; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs . unsorted : for grade 17.00-10; Severn!, hundred mostly uniform choice. Nos. i and 2 200-230 Ibs .weights to shippers and butchers-17.15;. 240-170_"lbs full width of choice grade 16.50-^85; 270- ALL PREPARED FOR IKE — More than 70 carpenters and palnteis hove been laboring to refurbish Chang Duk Palace, In Seoul, above, In preparation for the long-awaited meeting of President-elect Dwight Eisenhower • and South Korea's president, Syngman Rhee. While no "official announcement of a meeting plac« has been made, Chang Duh Palace IB considered as one ol lh» favored spots for:the Eisenhower-Knee conference. Mrs. Mollie Asher Dies of Illness Services for-Mrs. Mollie Asher of Caruthereville, Mo., who died Saturday in Methodist Hospital • in Memphis after a week's illness, \vere conducted at 2 p.m. today at Calvary Baptist Church by . the Rev p. H: Jernlgan, pastor. Burial was In Caruthersville with Cobb Funeral Home of Blythevllle in charge. Born in Hornersvllte, Mo Mrs. Asher had resided here for 3 years She also had lived in Caiuth ersville five years. She was 89. Survivors incUiile two sons, 1 V/. I Hall and Jack Hall, and a daughte Mrs. Annie Drake, all of Caruthers vllte. Foreman Rites To Be Tomorrow TIME IS SHORT! Daughter's placed an order For'o brand-new doll. Help Santa to remember, Buy that dolt right now! USAFR Officers To Hear Talk on Recommissioning A meeting of Air Force Reserve Officers In this area will t» held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at City Hall lo discuss the new recommlsslonlng program being Instituted by the Air Force, Lt.- Col. Wendell M. Phillips commander of the Blythevllle Fligiil of the 8855th VoluntCT Air Reserve Training Squacnon, announced today. Lt. Col. Jesse P. Mcsser wlU b the principal speaker at the meet RIOT were barred from the prison. O! fleers said they would be in lim of fire as they elered kvi, which all Air Tote* nay attend, >*|&r«« tt ttMfe- af- Iliallon »ith «<i acUve mnrv« Hntt. This meetln( fe kehx >>*M, Col Phillips said, ."To wepWti ttw *»• alls of tii< n*w c««r»niMioalB( yten. Inaugurated a< Mi economy meMur* by the Unite* State* Air Force, th* new plan In no way affects the rt*- ius or, rpservlst*. Brl-fly, the plan I* tkta," Col Phillips continued, "under the old system of renewing commission* every five years, an administrative workload was Imposed on the Air Force :that was unwieldy, and expensive. • Under the new tytttm, permanent type commission! will by be granted all Air Force Reserve Officers, eliminating that workload." World's largest open-pit Iroa mine la at Hlblng, Minn. Stripping started ther»» in 1865. (Continued from Page 1) hey were Identified as CelesUrio Sscudero, Fred Martinez, Gabriel Orltz, Tony Sandoval and John Vacherlon. Gov.'Edwin L. Meohern, In ^hoenix, Aria., for a western-governor's conference,, authorized use of the National Ounrd and prepared for"a hurried return to Santa Fe. State police were summoned from us far as 300 miles acros; the state and told to be prepared for a long slay. Volunteer guards were posted ,with arms at strategic places around the big grny struc lure on the outskirts of the city An offer from the Atomic .Energy Commission for 50 security officers with 'machine guns WRS. accepted. Newsmen and . photographers It Is Not Too Late to Order Personalized ' Christmas Cards All Prices, From 3c Each Hallmark Headquarters For Cards, Sleigh & Train Sets, Wraps SAMUEL F. MORRIS — Office OutfitlerB — Printer* cross from City Hall IT'S NOT SO "WURST"—In fact, it's • lot of fun. Rud! Sachs, 20, at left, won this white sausage-eating contest In Munich, Germany, by practically inhaling a chain of fifteen sausages In one minute, 45 seconds. White sausages are a delicay made daily, and are supposed to b« eaten by high neon, so that they may b« enjoyed at their ooak of ntrfectton. Yankee Version WITH . 45TH DIVISION; Korea </PJ — A South Korean soldier attached .to this division has learned to count in Fnghsh by matching American soldiers at their favorite pastime. Tms v-ay "Ace, duece, trey, fp-ir, live, six, seven', eight, nme, ten, Jack, queen, king " 300 'Ibs 16.00-30, mostly 16.25 up; 150-no ib's.is.oo-iT.oo; few 120-140 Ibs 13.15-15.25; choice sows 400 Ibs down:: 15.00-75; mostly 15.50 "down heavier sows 13.00'- 14.75; boars 10.00-13.50-' '- ' Cattle 8,500, calves :1,500; trad- Ing slow, few small lots of steers and butcher yearlings about steady, commercial and good 2150-26.00_; cows drafrgy; asking prices higher and^some .early sales,about steady- on utility and commercial »t 13.0015.00. Services for Mrs. Thelma Beatrice Foreman : of'Luxora, Rt. 1, who;died at Walls Hospital early today', following :an illness of two weeks, will be conducted at 2 30 p m tomorrow In Pleasant Rid»e Baptist Church at New Albany, Miss, Born in New Albany, ehe had resided here, for the past 12 years. She was 54. Survivors Include her husband, H. n Foreman, ^four sons, Leon C. Foreman, Marvin C. Foreman and James F. -Foreman, all of Luxora, and Preston L. Foreman of New Albany; five daughters, Mrs. Dessle V. McDonald of New Albany, Mrs. Carrie E. Smlthey of- Searcy, and Mrs Coj V Griffin Mps Ruby E Foreman and Mrs.'Etatne Mustlon, all of Lux or a; a brother, V E Hill of New Albany, and two sisters. Alice Gafford of New 7 Albany and 'Eunice Childers :o'f Nettletori, Miss. 'Cobb Funeral Home Is-in charge. THE BEAUTY BAR Giencoe Hotel Bldg. Christmas Special! '10 Phone 3202 Regular $15 Permanent! Regular $10 Permanent! T Operators: NORA MelLWAIN JANICE FRASIER — KATHERINE WHAT A THRILL TO Sf E YOUR. PICTURES IN 60 SECONDS Exclusively at Guard's WHOS EXCITED?. EVERYBODY! COME SEE the car that's causing more excited talk than any new car has done in years.. . . and for the best of all possible reasons! I Hcre'a full-time power «te*ring . . . Dow 4/5 of the work for you—gives five lime* aafer car ^control. Eliminates wheel fight wh*n the going'* rough .'.. eliminates strain *nd fatigue! 'Mak« purkin; easier! Mfer. America 1 * First Family of fine cars 2 Here's safer, quicker ttop> ping power . . . with Chry»- ler power brakes! Power from the engine helps you brake with as little a* 1/3 the ordinary pedal pressure. A safety factor many other care don't offer! 3 Here's new brauty , . . new fclamor. . new highway fash- ipn,..from all angles! Sparkling new grille and front end. Lower, clean-cut fore-and-aft lines. Graceful new rear deck with 44% greater luggage capacity! With a POLAROID ./W CAMERA CHRYSLER .53 WINDSOR • NEW YORKER • IMPERIAL T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 E. Main Street i . - ,.S«e them.;. driv« them .., judge them... at your Chrysler-Plymouth deoler'sl , , Just sight It ... snap It ... «ee Itl It'a the most exciting 60 seconds in photography. Think of the fun you'll have seeing your pictures on the spot . . .while everyone !s there to enjoy them. Wherever friends gather, the Polaroid Land Camera is always welcome. For evening get-togethers, for parlies, for weekends, it provides extra fun — and a wonderful record of go<xLlimes» ' • 'And the Polaroid camera is so easy to use. A single selling controls both lens opening and (shutter speed. Then click the shutter, pull a paper tab, and 60 seconds later remove a beautiful, album-sized print. Then a swish of the plastic print preserver (packed with every film) and the picture is yours for keeps. Drop in today and see the Polaroid Land- Camera In nclion. You'll be amazed at (he clear, lifelike pictures il takes. And you'll he convinced lhat photography's twice the fun with a Polaroid camera. Guard's JEWELRY STORE; Headquarters For .. Finer Jewelry

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