The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 18, 1953 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 18, 1953
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JJAGE TEN Iran Government Continues Hunt For Suspects Appointee of Shah Defiantly Calls for Fight for Monarchy TEHRAN, Iran I* — Premier Mohammed Mossadegh's triumphant government continued a roundup today of suspects in Sunday's attempted coup. From a hill hideout the fugitive Shah's appointee as premier, Maj. Gen. Fazollah Zahedi, defiantly called on Army officers ot lay down their lives for the monarchy. His declaration was handed newsmen in Tehran by a courier. Unofficial reports said police and pro-Mossadegh troops had arrested 30 alleged ringleaders of the palace attempt to oust the aged Premier. Foreign Minister Hussein Patemi admitted 14 were Army leaders. Mossad\?h's government appeared firmly in power after the abortive coup launched after Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlevi signed a decree to depose the Premier. The monarch named Zahedi to the post but pro-Mossadegh forces routed a display of force by the imperial guard. The 34-year-old Shah fled with his wife. Empress Soraya, by plane to neighboring Iraq. The government ordered n special frontier watch to prevenl Zahedi from slipping across to join the Shah in Baghdad. There was speculation the monarch may plan to set up a government in exile. (In Baghdad, the Shah was quoted as telling Iraqi Parliament leaders he hoped to return to his throne and that Mossadegh had violated the law. The exiled monarch and his queen are guests of the Iraqi government.) Foreign Minister Fatemi warned Iraq in a note last night that playing host to the Shah might cause trouble between the two countries. "The Iraqi government is expected to take sufficient care to avoid any kind of unexpected political Incident between two friendly and neighboring countries," the note declared. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Open High Low Close 3342 3345 3339 3343 335C 3362 3354 3360 3377 3383 3377 3379 3311 3358 3311 3376 POWs (Continued from Page 1) The Americans then let in two bloodhounds to attack Mu. Mu scramed in death agony as piece after piece of his flesh was bitten off by the ferocious animals. He died a virtual bleeding skeleton and the pit was soaked with his blood." Peiping Tuesday night quoted returned Communist prisoners as saying at least 200 to 300 Chinese "were secretly withheld by the American side." -In Washington the Army denied published reports that the U. N. Command had repatriated.the last of the Chinese willing to return home. It said that some Chinese still remain to be exchanged, but gave no figure. Army Secretary Stevens said last week the U. N. Command was withholding about 250 Chinese from repatriation until the Reds Rnvc assurances they would release all Allied prisoners. Oct . pec . Mch . May . New Orleans Cotton Open High Low Close Oct 3340 3341 3336 3338 Dec . ...... 3354 3358 3351 335' Mch 3374 332D 3373 3378 May 3370 3374 3368 3373 Chicago Corn HIGH LOW CLOSE ep 1.47V 2 1.48 Deo 1.351, 1.34'/ 2 Chicago Wheat HIGH LOW CLOSE :ep 1.8(Pi 1.843.4 1.86 Dec 1.92'/ 2 1.90% 1.91% Chicago Soybeans HIGH LOW CLOSE ;ep 2.46>i 2.43 : >i 2.40 NoV 2.39-': l 2.37'i 2.30", Jan 2.42V;. 2.40 2.41"2 Mar 2.44'/li 2.42 New York Stocks A & Tand 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 Socony Vacuum Studebaker Standard of N J . Texas Corp Sears U S Steel Sou Pac Livestock 2.-!3-]i 155 1-4 76 7-8 32 1-4 50 3-4 68 3-4 111 76 7-8 58 3-8 59 5-8 23 7-8 26 7-8 70 1-4 4S 25 1-4 35 1-2 29 1-8 73 7-i 5C 5-8 58 3-4 37 3-4 43 3-4 GOP Shah of Iran Reported Fleming To Europe BAGHDAD, Iraq IIP}— The Shah of Iran and Empress Soraya left Baghdad today by British Overseas airways plane for Europe. The airliner Is en route to London, with a stop scheduled In Rome. It was not known whether the I Iranian royal couple would stop in Rome or would go on to Britain. The Shah and his wife fled to; Baghdud Sunday after Premier Mohammed Mossadegh's government thwarted a royal-backed attempt to j voters, Isn't as strong as he was the aged Cabinet chief. [a year ago. The departure of the 34-year-old j (OontlfHwd Iran Page U part. Rep. Mik« Klrwan of Ohio, jhalrmnn of the Democratic Con- 1 r e s s 1 o n a 1 Committee, wasn't available for comment but his top political aide, Victor Hunt Harding, said: : "I am making no predictions at this time. It's too early to make predictions on an election more lhan a year away." Other Democratic strategists claim that preliminary reports indicate President Eisenhow- while still popular with the ruler and his wife for Europe came) i av , ee . as a surprise here. They had been \ J °Y cee f Little League Team quoted as telling Iraqi parliamentary leaders who visited them yesterday that they would leave today Members of the Jaycee Little for a two-day visit to Moslem holy; League baseball team were guests shrines in central Iraq. U.N. of the Junior Chamber of Com- j merce at a barbecue supper last Iniffht at the Jaycee Club. A film on jet engine development was shown following the supper. (Continued from Page 1) government favors broadening the conference to include some neu- U'fllS. , U. N. Secretary General Dag countries should sit on its side and hat the Communist aggressors should pick their own represent- 1 Vishinsky took issue with this I lh< ;, armistice agreement, which nlerpretstlon of the armistice a s -!<? ls uptm the(t '*', 0 slde , s , to choose reement The Korean conference. I tncir representatives. The United i HEimmarskjold also has declared IIP favors a broad interpretation of Cars Collide Here Cars driven by Nellie Mae Sweet, and Warren Moxley, Jr., both of Blytheville, collided in a minor automobile accident yesterday at the corner of First and Davis streets, causing damage to fenders o[ both cars. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. /Pi—(USDA)—Hogs 7,000; 200 lb up 0-15 higher; lighter weights 25-50 liglier; sows 25 higher; no change on boars or stags; 200-250 lb 25.5015, including considerable number ill grades choice at 25.65; prac- Ically no heavier weights; 180-190 b 25.00-25; ,150-170 lb 22.75-24.75; 20-140 lb 20.00-22.25; good early rlearance; sows up to 400 lb 21.2513.00; over 400 lb 18.75-20.75; boars 12,00-15.50; Stngs 14.00-16.00. Cattle 6,000; calves 2,200; very it He clone on steers: small lots )rime yearling steers 20.00-50; few ood and choice steers and heifers 0.00-23.50; just good quality rc- ilnccment steers 16,00, these about toady; cows weak, bids lower; few early sales nearly steady nt Monday's decline; utility and commercial cows 11.00-13.00; canners and cutters 7.50-10.50; bulls and venters steady; utiity and commercial bulls 11.50-14.00; canner and cutter bulls 8.00-11.00; good and choice vealers 17.00-23.00; few prime 25.00; utility nnd commercial vealers U.OO-1G.QQ. ic said, should be a political con- erence in the broad meaning of he term and not merely of the wo sides. Most of Russia's support in the noting came from the Arab and siiin countries. Absentions in- uded Mexico, Bolivia, Israel and Guatemala. Vishinsky also served notice that he would make a formal proposal at (he regular fall session of the Genera] Assembly for the seating of Red China as a member of the U. N. "The seat of China can and must be occupied by the representative of the central .government ol ! With the Courts CHANCERY: (Decrees filorl) Robert Forsythc vs. L. L. Huhenor. Alvin Wundcrlich and Lillinn S. Wnncirrlich. plaintiff's complaint, for foreclosure of deed ol trust dismissed, with proj- udico; cross complaint of Alvin Wumitrlich sii.stninrd nntl pnymciu | ordered; judgment for payment, for j h f stro »* sl| PP° rt nmonK the ish commonwealth nations. timber cut, by L. L. Hubener rendered. Karl R. Montgomery vs. Laverne Montgomery, divorce. Lavelle Privctt vs. Dvianc PriveU... divorce. The Arabs, the Asians nnd some Latin American and West European countries. Only lost night. Mexico's foreign Minister Luis Padllla Nervo announced in Mexico City that his ; Studebaker trucks cut costi millions f f/ie wyfo swings fy rVERY Studebaker truck thai you tee is a bank-flccount watchdog for lomebody. Cut yourself in for a personal share of Studebnker operating economy. Cut down your spending for gas and for upkeep. Come in and examine the design and structure of a Studebaker truck. Its hun- dreds of thousands of team-mates are reducing America's hauling costs millions of dollars a year. GAS-SAVING OVERDRIVE U anllaUt at cxfri (Oil In all light-duty Studtkaktr tntk ambit. CHAMBLIN SALES COMPANY « Railroad & Mh Streets W. D. "Bill" Chamblin, Owner Phone 68*8 States has taken the position that this wording excludes countries who did not actually take part in the fighting. The Russians had made no public move, but an Iron Curtain diplomat told a reporter late yesterday that they favored a broader representation at the conference than the Americans were advocating. This delegate said the Communists want n "round table rather than another Panmunjom." Democratic Party Leader Succumbs DUBLIN tn-Edward J. Flynn, American Democratic party leader, died here Inst night. The 61-year-old Democratic national commltteeman of the Bronx, New York, had been vaca- tionlng here. He died In a hospital. Long In ill-health he sailed from New York for Ireland on the Mau- retania July 25. He went aboard the liner in a wheelchair. His wife and 17-year-old daughter Sheila sailed with him. Flynn was credited with James A. Parley in obtaining the Democratic presidential nomination for Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1932 despite the opposition of Tammany Hall. He succeeded Parley as 'Democratic national chairman in 1940 and managed Roosevelt's successful third term bid. FRANCE (Continued from Page 1) of talks between the government and union leaders. In a commu- nique, the CPTC said the parley results were "notoriously insufficient." Communications Still Out The communique declared the CPTO had decided "to pursue its action to obtain total satisfaction on the different points of its program." The strike of postal telephone and telegraph workers continued to tie up communications for the 13th day. Railroads and public services still were virtually paralyzed also by walkouts. Coal mines were shut down. Some private industries were out in provincial cities. Mptal working plants, construction and chemical SENATE (Continued from Page M terlal at the plant. "I know you have a new security setup now," McCarthy told Merold. McCarthy noted, however, that Rclhosphild still works at the printing office, although he said testimony/was available to the office's loyalty board that (A) both the man and his wife were Communists and (B) a woman witness declared she once saw Rothschild take a secret paper from the plant. The senator Indicated this woman will be called as a witness before his committee later in the week. Rothschild has denied before the loyalty board that he ever was a j ' Communist. One of his co-workers, James B. Phillips, testified yesterday he knew Rothschild to be a Commu- j Niagara Falls, N. Y., and for Republic Steel at Youngstown, Ohio, before going to work for the Government Printing Office in 1939. Marines, USAF Cadets Sought Two representatives of the armed forces will offer enlistments to the youths of Blytheville this week. Marine T'Sgt. Herbert McBride, Jonesboro recruiter, arrived in Blytheville yesterday to seek applicants for the Leatherneck Arkansas Travelers Platoon, scheduled to leave for California Aug. 26. Set. McBride lias set up headquarters in the Selective Service Office in City Hall- An Aviation Cadet Selection team from Memphis will visit Blythevile Aug. 21. to talk to young men interested in joining the Aviation Cadet Program of the Air Force. The team will be located in the Postoffice Building. Oldest Oldest academic building of anft, college in the United States is ttitf Sir Christopher Wren building at William and Mary college, Wil- iamsburg, Va. Rolla, Mo., Sillers testified he worked as a metallurgist for Ti- Alloy Manufacturing Co., nist party member in 1938 and 1939. Phillips said Rothschild and Frederick Sillers Jr. tried to recruit him into a" Communist cell at the printing office. Former FBI Agent Testifies Sillers, formerly foreman of the plant's metals section, took the stand later and refused, on the ground it might tend to incriminate him, to say whether he ever was a Communist or whether he knew Rothschild or Phillips. A tense, graying man who said he now is a free lance artist in factories were amon gthose affected. The wave of walkouts began in protest against government decrees to standardize—and in many cases raise—retirement ages of ;overnment workers and to cut surplus employes off public payrolls. Soldiers already are being used sort mail and operate trucks replacing the halted paris buses and subways. McCarthy said also in the public hearing that a proofreader named Irving Kornfield still is employed at the printing office despite information furnished to the loyalty board by government investigative agencies that he held a Communist party card. Cell 8233 na coHitot co. Negro DeatKt Roxit DHN< Arrangements tor rervlce* fo, Roxle Gillis of 1600 Herman Street were incomplete following her death early today. Rev. O. C. Johnson will conduct the services, and burial will be in Mt. zion Cemetery. Survivors include her father, 1. P. Morgan; a daughter, Bobble Williams; a son, Joe W. Gillis; * brother, Robert Morgan; and a sister Henrietta Powell. W. p. Cobb Funeral Home is in charge. Hays Store Phone 2W1 W« DeUrer High Quality Low Prices Wayne Feeds Laytr Mash . Layer Pelleti Eg( Pellets .. Chick Starter Grower Mash Scratch Feed Sugarine 16% Wayne 16% Dairy , IM Ibi. 4.39 IM Ibs. 4.99 100 lb.. 5.39 100 Ibs. S.69 V0» Ibs. 5.39 IM Ibs. 4.39 aDiry 100 Ibj. 3.69 100 Ibi. 4.49 32% Uairj Feed 10» It*. 5.39 Calf Starter Pellets 100 Ibs. 5.79 Pis * Sow Meal 100 Ibs. 5.39 Pig 4 Sow Pellets 100 tbs. 5.49 35% Hoi Balancer 100 Ibs. 5.99 40% flog Sap'lmnt HO Ibs. 6.39 Port Maker 100 Ibs. 4.79 Horse Feed .... 100 Ibs. 4.39 Rabbit Pellet! Dog Food WR Shorts .. Polished Chopi 100 Ibs. 5.99 100 Ibs. 8.99 IM Ibs. 3.69 100 Ibs. 4.19 the People's Republic of China," Vishinsky said. Lodge immediately opposed the : Soviet move. Russia, however, was reported ready to plump for a widely backed plan to include some countries who sent no troops to the conflict. Some diplomats felt the U. N. Assembly majority might agree with the Russians. Soviet Strategy The Soviets and India both have been proposed for membership in the conference, their sponsors contending the parley should he a rounrltable affair rather than a two-sided negotiation. If the U. S.- opposcd view Is adopted, still oth- noncombatants might be invited. The reported Soviet move was seen as an attempt to capitalize the differences between the United States and Britain over rnriia, and at the same time a try 'or U. N. defeat to the United States. U. S. Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., listed as first speaker In the 60-natlon Political Committee, has announced the United States will agree to Russia's inclusion in the Korean conference if the North Koreans nnd Bed Clrina desire II. He insisted, how- over, that Russia should sit as a representative o( the enemy and not on the U. N. side. India Opposed Lodse has declared emphatically • that he will not support a British| backed proposal to invite India to I (he conference. But despite Lodge'. 1 - j objections, the Inclusion of Incl Outstanding Money - Saving Values In Hubbard's AUGUST FURNITURE SALE Save From 10% to 50%- Only 11 More Days Of This Big Eraf...Hany Many More Outstanding Bargains Await Your Selection! 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