The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1954 · Page 14
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April 21, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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BUTHETHJl TAME.)- COTO1ER HEWB WEDNESDAY, APRIL M, Sec. Dulles Arrives At Paris for NATO Strategy Meetings PARIS (AP) — U. S. Secretary of State John Foster DuJkw arrived here today to attend the meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and to consult with Western a&ec on strategy for the Geneva conference. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton ELECTION May July 3432 3422 3431 3424 3379 3377 3423 3426 3386 3378 (Continued from Fife » however, that if accurate estimates i were made, it would be hi* opinion that the cost would be as high or higher than the present proposal He also said the present plan does provide for expansion to take care of future growth of the city Be was greeted at the airport by French Foreign Minister Oeorgec Bidault who will be his fwect at a private dinner this evening wben they will review the Jodoetinese question and other problems coming up at Geneva. Dulles told newsmen Friday's JIATO meeting is of "special significance, for one of its purposes v to take notice of the fact that five years ago this month the Worth Atlantic Treaty was signed. That wa» an historic event. Impressive Prof rest "In the past five years," Dulles •aid, "we have made impressive progress in translating the symbolic act of banding together in the j midst of a common danger into j the reality of an effective common j defense. , Of equal importance is j the habit" of continuance—I could j truthfully say — daily consultation j in the Council of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization." Dulles said Friday's meeting would be a continuation of that process of consultation. In such fashion, he added, the 14 member countries would be able to perfect their understanding of each other's problems. "On. this .understanding," he aeid, "on a common purpose, the future of all of us depends." Dulles made no mention of the talks he planned to have in Paris on the Geneva conference. An informed American source here said earlier the United States would stand by its decision to oppose an expected Russian move to turn the Gfeneva meeting into a "Big Five" conference with Bed China—even if such opposition broke tip the conference. No Becoffnftion Before leaving Washington last Bight, Dulles implied this would be his stand. He reiterated American participation at the Geneva parley "does not imply --our diplomatic recognition of Red China." The United States insists the Pel- ping regime is an invited participant, not a big-power instigator of Hxe meeting starting April 26. The American secretary said he was going to the Geneva conference to seek an "honorable peace to Indochina and a free, united Korea." A meeting of the Big Three Western foreign ministers has been arranged for tomorrow evening, shortly after the arrival of British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden. They will meet privately for a brief discussion and then will bring in their experts for more detailed talks. French sources said the discussions would cover not only the Korean and Indochinese questions but also would deal with the proposed Western reply to Russia's note of March 31 in which Russia offered to participate in NATO. New Orleans Cotton May 3428 3429 3420 3420 July 3432 3433 3423 3425 Oct 3380 3387 3380 3387 Dec 3377 3381 3377 33*81 Chicago Soybtans May .... 394^ 400V-. 394Vi July .... 390 3961/2 390 Sept .... 291 295 290 Nov 268 !A 270'4 266 Vz By RICHARD KASISCHKE MOSCOW (#>—The Soviet government announced the biggest budget in its history tonight for 1954. It includes 100,300,000,000 rubles— 17.8 per cent—for national defense. (The Soviets set an arbitrary exchange rate of four rubles to the dollar. That would make the allotment for the armed forces $25,075.000,000. The record budget estimated total revenue during the year at 571.800.000,000 rubles ($142,950,000,000) and expenditures at 562.700,an anticipated surplus of 9,10,000,000 rubles. Western observers in Moscow pointed out that it was difficult to ' understand the Soviet Union's defense appropriations. For one thing, the state owns and runs the entire economy, fixing its own prices on any equipment needed for the armed forces. (Western observers also have long been convinced that much Soviet military spending is concealed under other budget categories.) Finance Minister Arseny G. Zverev presented the budget bill to the newly elected Supreme Soviet (parliament) at a session attended by Premier Georgi Malen- kov and other top leaders. The new Soviet opened its first session last night. Chiccg* Whtat May .... 213% 216% July .... 210% 2111/4 213% 206 7 / s Chicago Ct)rn May .... 152% 153 July 1535/2 153 7 / 8 Ntw York Stocks 152% 152% 399^ 394% 291% 267 J /2 215 2ioy 4 l52'/2 153 V 8 and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 20.00-23.00; utility and commercial cows 12.50-14.50- canners and cutters 9.50-12.50;' bulls and vealers steady; utility and commercial bulls 13.50-15.00' cutter bulls 12.00-13.00; few prime vealers 27.00; good and choice 21.00-25.00; commercial and low good 15.00-20.00. r t 7 ,"•'/ ' •*•, j ,/ ">' r , i "f ,^ , ,&i&^ /jg f t^L,s'? Z"^'^ fv '• V^'<**C** *-• 'f **. *&%?>& rJf n 3L5 h * yer> U » °* Auburn, Wash., seems to be enjoying his one-lion power i U * Tyke> * ve * Bt «ri»tt lioo. *1»° ««w»s to be enjoying the stroIL Mr. tnd Mrs. wcKMtu, owners of tht Mvtn-year-eld lion, w«r* >urpris«d when their bouse pet took to the cold-weather sport. Mrs. America i Contest Starts ORMOND BEACH, Fla. Of*—Fifty lovely women, candidates for Mrs. America and $15,000 in prizes that go with it, put on bathing suits today but quickly doffed them for house dnsses and aprons ai the 16th annual contest began. They won't appear in bathing: suits again until Saturday afternoon. Today they wore them for benefit of newspaper and newsreel photographers. The judges, all home economists, won't get interested in their figures until the last day. Protective finishes for modern automobile* are only one-three- thousandth of an inch thick. Tne most spectacular comet the 18th century was visible had six tails. A T and T 164 3-4 Amer Tobacco '.... 62 Anaconda Copper 34 3-4 Beth Steel 61 1-2 Chrysler 59 7-8 Coca-Cola 121 Gen Electric Ill 5-8 Gen Ivtotors 67 1-2 Montgomery Ward 61 1-4 N Y Central 20 3-4 Int Harvester 30 5-8 Republic Steel 51 1-4 Radio 27 1-4 Socony Vacuum 43 Studebaker 16 3-8 Standard of N J 86 1-2 Texas Corp 69 5-8 Sears 62 7-8 XJ S Steel 44 7-8 Sou Pac 40 3-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. HI., *—(USDA)—Hogs 6,200; barrows and gilts very active, fully 25 higher than yesterday except weights 170 Ib down only steady: no ;hange on sows: bulk 180-230 Ib 28.50-65; popular price 28.50; jcat- ered loads and lots mostly choice STo. 1 and 2, 28.75, highest since September 1948; scattering 230-250 b 28.25-50; 250-270 Ib 27.50-28.25; choice 150-170 Ib 28.00-50; fe wlight sows 26.00; practical top 25.75; bulk 400 Ib down 25.25-75; over 400 Ib 24.25-25.00. Cattle 3,800, calves 900; steers, j heifers and cows active several loads and lots choice feeders 23.0024.25; short load low prime medium weight steers 26.50; good Drastic "Move 'em Out' Price Reductions • "Sky High" Trade In Allowances Look! Save *55 GE REFRIGERATOR Reg. 279.95 Act Now—Save Plenty GOOD/YEAR Spring CLEARANCE Most apt to succeed — he wears THE STETSON IVY LEAGUE Young men - and bright ones - like the way the Stetson Ivy League tells the world they're on their way! Tapered crown and narrow brim have a lean, trimmed-down face-flattering look. See what it does for yours today. '10 Now Only $10 DOWN DELIVERS Big Reductions on Other Models Goodyear New 7-cu-ft Food Freezer HA-7K Regular $299.95 $ No wOnly Close Outs Below Cost Back Up Lamp. . . Genera! Electric Range Magic C'lef Gas Ranges Save $70 Regular $174.95 Now only Reg. $449.95 C Reduced to Only $5 Down Delivers Other models as low as $149.95 $' 95 Spot Light . , Car Ash Trays . $> Large Fire Extinguisher $ zmall Fire Extinguisher. ,^ . Power Auger Bit Set $ Down Delivers Balance on Easy Terms Bicyc'e Accessories at Give Away Prices Mens and Worn- $< ens Luggage " CUT YOUR TIRE XTRA MILEAGE New Treads Com* in — Look See for yourself how these Xtra- Mileage New Treads save you money! Size 600X16 And your Old Recappable Tire GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES 41OW. Main M»t)fi«1492

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