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December 10, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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TWO RT/rnTKVTU,!! (ARTC.V COTmrER NEWS 10, tnq (Continued from Page No Quick Decision;ATOMIC Expected in School Segregation Case lions by Ihp U. S. rlelcRfition proves this sufficiently." In his talk, broadcast first. In Kronen and then In RnKllsh. l.pontyev termed the President's plan merely another dres.sed-up version of the atomic control system presented lo the United Na_ ..„. _ «.„,„»« i tions Jlme "• 1S46 ' by A." 101 ' 10 "' 8 By KAMI, H. BMIMAN , Bernard Bnruch. WASHINGTON (AP) — The immense question who! her i This pi,™. cniiini! for nn inter- raciallr segregated public schools are consliltilional rested,national system of control and in- today >ith° the Supreme Court, but a decision may be a j *£««on ^di,,^ ,„ J«s £ long time coining. j proved by the majority of U. N. Three days o( clashinK Ifital i who broiiRht the suits Insist thai ;'member nations but has repeatedly arcun.enls on the years-low con- se fi re R .-uion In i.solf Is iimnnM.i- run Inlo » Russian veto, tutional regardless of the equality of school facilities. The Eisen- City Barraged By 'Artillery OfAmmoTruck CONGRESS troversial issue ended yesterday afternoon, as undramatieally the windup of the case. "Any rebuttal?" most routine Chief Justice Warren asked H. Albert Young-, Delaware's attorney BP».craI. "No rebuttal," Youne: replied. The while -hair eel ch.M .insure nodded, and the court went on to otre.r oases. The ruling; on whether separate hower administration, through position. The court's strike down f'ravfla Joins In Tn ft later English - language broadcast beamed lo Norih Am«r- .Jiisilce Depariment, backed this '• ica. .another Moscow radio com- i mentator. Konst.antine Orlov. .said decision, should it rhe striking thing about Eisen- segregation, also bower's speech was "the UUor would fiffe<;t 16 other states. Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, | to make those pack of concrete proposals on how l desires and Georgia. Koni.urky, Louisiana. Maryland, Mississippi. Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma. Ten- wishes" for peace into reiiJii.y. "Yet even Edgar Berger Mortimer Snerd ought to know," j MA1.VKHN. Iowa (&)— An am- I munition truck which btirnrd. ftltc-r 'sidestt'ccpl'iK with another xpmi- ] trailer Rave this town of 14,400 a I taste last nifiht of what it's like to .sweat out an artillery barrage. The gasoline tank of the ammunition carrier ciiuf-ht fire following the collision and its cargo of 105- inni. shrJLs started exploding. The blasts continued for more thiin tu'o hours, sending .shrapnel .screaming as far as 3,000 fuel.. One fliunk of metal struck an automobile some distance from the scene bill, ihe occupant was not- hurt. Malvcrn residents said the din of (lie exploding shells was "almost continuous" for nearly an hour, and then tapered off until there was only an occasional blast. Neither of the drivers was .seriously hurt. Officers .said they Had not, determined what caused the accident. Orlov continued, "(.hat the banning of atomic, »nct hydro*? e,n schools for white and Ne 2 ro pupils jne.ssee. Texas and West Virginia goes against, the Constitution may also rcoune school segregation, still be months away. ! New Mexico and Wyoming. 1'ke ; bombs is a cardinal point, about The court's current'term doesn't ! Kansas, have laws making SCR re-, the whole atomic problem which end until the latter pjm of June.'pation permissive, but not mnn- Eisrnh. v. cr .spoke of." The justices have until then to clear their docket before summer datory. The three days of arguments, for the most part, closely The District of Columbia and j those of a year ago when the five mary 01 me mnm four states are directly involved cases were debated for the first j President's speech. Moscow's Communist party newspaper Pravda also raised the .same point after an flOO-word summary of the main points of the in the pending cases—Virginia, South Carolina, Kansas and Dela- •ws re. They contend sepa ra t e schools are legal under the Constitution and in harmony with the court's ".separate but equal" ruling in 1896. 16 Others Affected But attorneys for Ne.ffro parents Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton <12;30 quotations) Dec 3305 3305 3293 Mar 3321 3325 3321 May 3335 3339 3334 j u ]y 3316 3320 3315 3319 New Orleans Cotton Dec 3295 3297 3291 3294 Mar 3323 3325 3322 May 3338 3340 3337 July 3320 3320 3318 3320 Chicago Soybeans 3324 333fi time. The high court reached no At tl decision then, but In June called Pravda upon the attorneys for a restatement of their contentions, with special emphasis on legal questions propounded by the justices. What the. court must decide specifically is whether 11) to stand behind its half-century-old doctrine that racial separation is valid provided Negroes nre given equal fa- nil i ties or (2t lo overturn it and rule that segregation in itself offends the constitution. the end of its summary, commented only: "However, the President in his -speech did not express his attitude toward the question of. outlawing atomic weapons." Amendments Discussed at Kiwanis Meet COTTON Terry Lee Shell. Jonesboro .ittorn- and a Craighoad County representative to the General Assembly, yesterday discussed with Blyt,heville' ho " r ' s ha '' cl work - lw hacl picked (Continued from Page 1) patent on his machine. Rut he's willing for anyone lo build a similar machine. He ex- i plained: i "It would be impossible for me ! to get all the roads around here ' that have cotton nlong the shoulders. 7 see no reason why so much I cotton should go to waste." ' Lncqueseaux got his idea for the machine after pick ins cotton hy i band in a friend's field. After nn 305% 300'/< 296 157'/, 207% 2061 a 157 158 209".; 208', i 15S 1-2 B2 1-fl 30 1-4 clinic. Diiriup; Jan .... 3033,; Mch .... 304^ May .... 302% 303% July .... 298 21)9 Chicago Corn Mch .... 157!-; 157^ May ..., J58V* 158% Chicago Whear Mch .... 208% 209'/; May ... 208'-; 208% New York Stocks 02:45 quotation!} .A T and T . Amur Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel r-rvsVr Cnca-Cola (.. r:i Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward 5fl 1-2} trel shows. M Y Central 19 7-fl Int Harvester 27 3-1 Republic Steel 48 .3-81 Radio 23 5-8 i Socony Vacuum 34 7-8 Studebaker 22 3-fl j Standard of N J 72 3-8 j Texas Corp 56 I-R Sears 6I 3-8 U S Steel , 39 1-2 Sou Pac 37 1-2 Kiwanians (lie constitutional amenti- 3323] menls fl(i °P tw) hv the Iast teffisla- Uon '-"re which will be voted on by the people next November. Mr. Shell was introduced by Ki- wanian Bill Rader. Hub program chairman for the month. 305 if, 3(16 302 % jar full of pennies collect- possible to build home-made ed by Dr, .(, F. Brownsnn at hiR )(pi ^ k _ Rr .. t( l^:;^ r _[ 1 ;", clinic; on VV'e.^f, Ash was turned over lo the dub to be used in needy children work. Thn r.lub turnpri tlie eift over fo the Amm-ic!in LRRinn for the purchase of food for its Goodfcllows' Ctiri.stina.s bfiskels. The special j, r ifi, i.t an annual donation frnm Or. Brmvnsrm who cnl- Lflcqueseaux i?ot financial backing from a Trumann man and- started to work, fn a week, the machine was ready for tenting. FIxcepl. for the help of a tinsmith, Lacqueseaux did all the work on the machine himself. The "picker" Is operated bv an horsepower uasoline molor. ' nun i mm ur. urownson who enl- , V . . '-ti , . !<•<•>« the pennies from visitors to l,.s ! Aif . lnlak '" "' pc ', " boul lrec / cct loni?, picks Ihe loose, notion fvom (hn pround. The cotton Is .sn<:ked I into a business session which - £JP~ Mr. 6h el ,-» .drt™, P r , Si -|;»- ,» p r^r r ^ r *%^Mnch «• M! ^in M ^ n ;r n Tr ^rrhl;-^/ ^ **»» ™ "- 112 1-2 60 1-8 Plaques for their niilstfinditiR work in riirectini; Khvanis benefit minis- Read Cnm-ier News Classified Ads Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. III. Wl — (USDA1—HORS 8.000: active; weights ISO Ib up 60-75 hiRher than Wednesday's average; liRhter weights 50-1.00 or more hiRher; ROWS mostly f>0 higher; milk choice 180-240 Ib 24.25-50; 90 head uniform choice No. 1 and 2 210 Ib 24.75; 240-270 Ib 23.25-24.35; 150-170 Ib 23.25-24.25; few 24.50- sows 400 Ib down 21.00-22.00; heavier sows 19.75-20.75; boars 14.50-18.00' » few 18.50. Cattle 2,500: calves 1,200; opening sales steers, heifers and mixed yearlings steady; few commercial and good light weight steers 16.0018.50; relatively few eligible to sell above 20.00; utility and commercial cows 10.00-11.50; canners and cutters 7.50-10.00 with a few light weight canners 6.50-7.00; bulls and yealers steady; utility and commercial bulls 10.50-12.50; cutter bulls 8.00-10.00; good and choice vealers holding at 19.00-25.00; few high choice and prime 26.00-28.00; utility and commercial 12.00-18.00; commercial and good slaughter calves 13.00-18.00. Negro Deaths Richard Smith Services for Richard Smith, 51, who died Friday at his home in Cleveland, O., were to be conducted at, 2 p. m. today at West End Baptist Church by Rev. O. C. Johnson, Pastor. , Burial was in Mt. Zion Cemetary. Survivors include his wife, Mary Smith and one Brother, Clark Smith Oaston Funeral Home U In charge. ie Wilton Services are to be conducted at 2 p. m. »t Trutlight Baptist Church Tor Bobble Wilson, 34, who died Friday at her home in West Hcr- mondale, Mo., Rev. J. w. Speight to (n officiate and burial will b« in Mt. Zion Cem- etary. Survivors include her husband. Elbert Wilson; one son, t«roy Wll»on. and one sister, Ophelln Walker. Caston Funeril Home Is in charje. IT'S «OIMO TO Bright Qaisto Sparkliitf as lin.scl— dt'prndahlc ;ts Santa himsclf-O-K Appli»nre.i are every lioincniakcr'i favorite j^ifL— Come in and select vcmr "See Jimmit First" JIMMIE EDWARDS 301 East Main FURNITURE COMPANY Phone 2487 GENERAL©EIECTRIC Electric Housewares Dell TB Bangle Sale Brings in $30.77 A si root sale of double-barred bangles in Doll nddcd $30.71 to the County Tuberculosis Association's current fund campaign. Taking part in tho bangle sale wore Mrs. C. A, Smith. Mrs. U. S. niankcnship, Mrs. H. R, Crawford, .Jr., Mrs. Henry Gosa. Mrs. Louise Peterson, Miss Elizabeth Ann Tid- wrl), Mrs. Clinton Smith. Mrs. Wells, Mrs. R. B. Crawford and Brownie Troop No. 1. (Continued from Page 1) of world conquest. I don't believe I it is likely they will ever «ive us any of the benrfiis of. their re- seiirch in exrhftn^e for any infor- ms.tkm we nu^hi Rivft them." .Sen. Olin D. Johnson (D-SC) said: i U'nn't Oive Secrets "We are'not woing to dump our i atomic secrets into thfi Russians' jlajjs until we know \vh:it they are j Koing to do with Ihern, I can't j nndersinnd why we should spend all of this money investigating i Russian espionage and thiMi would ! turn over our scere's to them." ! Sen. SchoeppRl (R-Kaiu said he hopes ihe United Stales does not i come up with "a bad bargain" ! as the rnsuli of Eisenhower's offer. j "If the Russians made an affree- j mem and then broke it, we could very well be in hot water," he j.saici. j Ken. Schofppel (R-Knn- said he, ' thinks that before Congress will | i ai^reo to turn over any tissonablc j tnai.erial to an international agency—as Eisenhower sivid niiRht be done—it will want "some cast-iron guarantees that the Russians are j going LO cooperate." i — Father, Son Die in Fire BEEBE lift — A father and his j son were burned fatally in a fire twhich destroyed a farm home near j here yesterday morning. I Four-year-old Donald Ray Car- 'michacl perished in the lire nnd j his fnlher, Lee Cnrmicbaf.-l. died of burns at a Searcy hospital last I night. ' Farm Bureau Seeks More CottonAcreage CHICAGO MV-A proposal to Increase 1954 cotton acreage nearly 3'4 million acres more than the federal (,'ovcrnment figure of 17,- 910.44B wns approved yesterday by directors of the American Farm Bureau Federation. The total national acreage under the proposal would be 21.374.000 which compares with the 26 million acres planted this year. The directors also approved a plan to distribute the additional acreage among the states. Tn Washington, Sen. Stennis (D- Missi said Secretary of Agriculture Benson told him the Agriculture Department, will recommend "a reasonable icnrease" in next year's cotton quotas. '•This does not go far enough," Stennis said, and he urged the secretary to announce the definite fig- ur ehe will recommend. TAXES Church Seeks Gifts for Needy Ret'. T. W. Thompson, pastor of the Hill of Zion MB Church here, said today the church is seeking gift.i of cloihing, toys or food to be given the indigent ased and underprivileged children through its Negro Welfare Mission. lie f-Tiici contributors rrta.v contact him at 13.">6 South Seventh or by calling 6322. (Continued from Page 1) the system. About 1,400.000 otherwise eligible aged persons now are denied payments under this clause. At the same time, Reed repeated his opposition to Eisenhower's proposal to cancel a scheduled Jan. 1 increase in social security taxes. The rate jumps up automatically from l'/ 2 to 2 per cunt of wages up lo $3,600 «n- nually, paid by workers and em- plovers alike. "I believe the American people want social security and are willing to pay for it," Reed sold. "While I strongly favor tax reduction and believe that the people are entitled to a larger reduction Chan that now scheduled, I do not believe that such a tax cut should be achieved at the expense of a sound social security system." Reed's statement, generally fitting a pattern of recent pronouncements by GOP leaders, may have been designed to counter charges by several House Democrats that, some Republicans are trying to "smash" the social security program. Four Forfeit Bonds In Traffic Cases Four persons forfeited bonds totaling S258.25 in Municipal Court this morning on charges of traffic violations. E. H. Hall forfeited a bond of $148.50 on charges of driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene SCHOOL (Continued from Page 1) for a lone time In grade schools, Is now beginning to pmcli the high schools. Even with Jive billion dollars more for new buildngs, as the asscation recommended, he said additional funds would be needed to fix up and replace old buildings, as well as to build for the future. As to salaries, the association reported public school instructional staff members (teachers, principals and supervisors) average »3,725 a year. This salary, It adds, "will buy only as many groceries, pay as much rent and providfl as much clothing as $1,934 did In 1935-39." of an accident, while Lucius Walton forfeited a $70.25 bond on a charge of reckless driving. Harold N. Smith and Otto E. Mueller both forfeited bonds of $19.75 each on charges of speeding. Hurt Like Sin! C.,,1 .pMdj relief (tool misery of pile.. Amazing formuln developed by famnui :!" yo»* ol.f H«ta] Clinic brines fa" B «lliatl»« relief frnm nufsinf nain. lUjiinl. •"«• ness Heliu inlnre shrink swlliim. loften Imrii iiarls M.ik« I'f" worth living »s»"» _ ,. e t the mediation proved by experience with '71. 000 elinie P»''ents. Get Thornton Minor _ In ointment or suppository lorm. Discover Hej.eil relief at once— or your monev back. Ask for it by name— rhorn- ton Minor— »t druB • tores everywhere. exactly 12 cents worth. !l "RitTht Ihfn 1 decided cotton ! picking wasn't for me — at least I not in that fashion." be said. "La- ; ter f got to looking at all the loose i cotton lyin^ alongside the roads j and wondered why it wouldn't, be [ BLACK & WHITE STORE J^ M r. X M. -K *L Men's Corduroy Shirts I.onjr sleeve corduroy sporl shirts. Large seledion of new fall colors. Sizes Small, Medium, Large. Regular Price $1.19, Boys Dress Shirts Jr. Roys wliilc and colored dress shirts. Complete with ties and cuff links. Sixes 3 to 7. 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