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December 28, 1953

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MONDAY DECEMBER 28,1953 I India's Red Leaders Urge Peaceful Efforts to Get Power Rl.YTHEVIl.l.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE PIVB Br SEL1G HARRISON MADURA, India (AP) — India's Communist high command told the first party con gress in five years yesterday that it must kesp trying to win power peacefully at the polls, rather than through the terrorist tactics used until two years ago. ' The Moscow-backed policy directive was put forward by the convention's steering committee headed by the party secretary general, Ajoy K. Ghosh. Ghosh arrived In Bombay less than three weeks ago after a six-month visit to the Soviet capital for medical treatment. The peaceful action program continues a policy adopted in October, 1951. The committee said "experience has proved its correctness." Commodity And Stock Markets- * New York Cotton (12:30 quotations) Open High Low Mar 3298 3308 3298 May 3325 3336 3325 July 3298 3307 3298 Oct 3240 3241 3239 New Orleans Cotton Open High Low Mar 3299 3309 3299 May 3227 3337 3327 July 3300 3308 3300 Oct ., 3240 3240 3240 Memphis Soybeans July . . 300 300 300 Chicago Soybeans Jan .... 306 308ft 308 Mch .... 309 310V, 307% May .... 306 307'/i 305 July ..... 299% 302 299 Ji Chicago Corn :Mch 155ft 156'/2 155ft May .... 156% 157ft 156'/ 2 .Chicag* Wheat Mch .... 206% 207% 20814 M?.y .... 207 207% 208% Hew York Stocks (12:45 quoUtlonll A T and T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors t "ontgomery Ward N Y Central Int Harvester Republic Steel radio .7;:ony Vacuum I: "udebaher ., f^andard of N J T::;as Corp U S-Steel £ou Pac Close 3306 3336 3306 3240 Close 3308 3335 3306 3240 300 SOS'/. 310'/, 3071/2 301 156 1571/, 207'/, 207% 155 "A 60 29% 50 : A 60 1!9 87 58% 55% 19 to 27 Vi 47% V. % 3P/S 20 •« 7214 > Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. W--— (TJSDA) — Hogs 11,500; com- fc pared last Thursday barrows and gilts 50-75 lower; active at decline with good early clearance; sows steady; bulk 180-230 Ib 26.25-50; practical top 26.50: few no Ib 26.75; bulk 150-170 Ib 25.50-26.50; most sales 240-260 Ib 25.55*26.00; 270-300 Ib 24.25-25.25; load around 325 Ib 23.50; sows 400 Ib down 22.00-23.00; over 400 Ib 20.75-21.50. Cattle 8,000; calves 1,000; little done on steers and mixed yearlings; asking prices un e v e n 1 j higher with some early sales firm on good and choice at 19.50-22.50 cows active and strong; utility ant commercial cows 10.00-12.50; can ners and cutters largely 8.00-10.00 bulls steady; utility and commer clal 12.00-14.00; cutter bulls 8.00 11.50; vealers 1.00 higher; good and choice 52.00-28.00; Indlvidua head prime to 32.00; commercia nnd good vealers 15.00-21.00. H your hot- water lyitetn runn cold when it should run HOT ... or if you hiv« old- — — fashioned equipment that htatt only when you light it ... then tee the HEATMASTM. Fully automatic HEATMASTW giv« you piping hot water without the futa and bother of tending outmoded water-heater device*. CALL YOUR PLUMBING CONTRACTOR OR DEALER IN BLYTHEV1LLE Distributed in This Area by Midsouth Plumbing Supply Go. i WHOLESALE EXCLUSIVELY Bear tli-Jij Walait none MM The program rejects terrorism— which ousted Secretary General B. T. Ranadive .had advocated— as unsuited to India's Gandhian tradition of non-violence. The party committee called for a "brond based united front able to establish a government of democratic unity." Ghosh in Saddle . Ghosh appeared firmly In the saddle. He assumed the top party post two years ago as a shaky compromise choice between the opposing factions, one favoring violence and the other the parliamentary approach to power. Red sources here indicated strong backing from Moscow had made Ghosh the closest thing to an accepted boss the quarreling Indian Com- munists have ever had. The sources added that since Ghosh's return from Moscow, the Red leadership seems clearly to view Moscow, rather than Peiplng, as the focus of control and support for Indian communism. Mao Not Mentioned Resolutions adopted by the congress did not mention Chinese Communist bleader Mao Tze-tung but stressed instead that India's Reds would "further strengthen the bonds of friendship and brother- hoort between the peoples of India and the Soviet Onion." Steering committee members denied earlier reports that a delegate named Koyint had arrived from Communist China to attend the Congress. Western Allies Issue Sham Protest to Reds BERLIN (/Pi— The three Western Allies in a sharp protest to the Russians today demanded punishment of Soviet border guards for (he fatal shooting of a 16-year-old West Berlin youth and the wounding of his mother Saturday night. The American, British and French commandants also demanded damages be paid the family of the slain youth. Identical notes from the three Allied chiefs were handed the Soviet Protocol Office this morning. The notes asked a thorough investigation by the Russians and punish. ment of guity parties. • Allied authorities still had only a scanty account of the incident. The youth, Joachim Wozniak, was hit in the chest when Russian border guards opened fire at a car in which he approached the West Berlin border on a Soviet zone highway. His mother, Isa, 40, was injured, and his father, driving the car, escaped unhurt. The East German police seized the vehicle after the shooting but released it 30 minutes later. West Berlin authorities still are trying to find out the cause of the shooting. Radford Assures Chiang Forces Of Continued Aid TAIPEH, Formosa IIP)— Adm. Arthur Radford, chairman of the U. S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, today assured Nationalist China that American aid "will be continued as presently planned." Radford and Asst. U. S. Secretary of State Walter Robertson wound up conferences with top Nationalist leaders and left for Manila to attend the inauguration Wednesday of President-elect Ramon Magsaysay. Government sources said the statements by Radford and Robertson tended to allay fears that American aid to Nationalist China would be cut drastically. Former Pemiscot Deputy Sheriff Dies in Wreck HAYTI, Mo. — Services for William Roy James of St, Louis, formerly of Caruthersville, who was killed in an auto accident Saturday night, were conducted this afternoon at the Hayti Baptist Church by the Rev. Shirley Spahr. Burial was in Dry Bayou Cemetery with Valhalla Funeral Home in charge. Mr. James, a former deputy sheriff, was visiting relatives in Southeast Missouri during the holidays. He became 51 on Christmas day. The car he was driving left the road on Highway 61 near Canady Switch and turned over. Taken to the Pemiscot Memorial Hospital In Hayti, he died before arrival. He is survived by two daughters, Sibil Emmerdson and Elizabeth Hester of Hayti: three sisters, Lola McCanally of Hayti, Bernice Gurlan of Bragg City and Clair Mullins of St. Louis; and a brother, Alma James of Hayti. ARMY 'THAT EHMINE SUIT' — Film Actress Terry Moore, wearing "tha ermine swim suit," is surrounded by OI's of the 45th Division in Korea who seem to be more interested in the photographer than Miss Moore. The suit has been packed away and she'll continue her Korean tour, entertaining soldiers in other costumes. (AP Wlrephoto via radio from Tokyo) (Continued .from Page 1) it did hit hard upon another phase— the growing dominance of weapons and new techniques in strategy. Thus Eisenhower commented: 1. "Our growing national airpow- er possesses greater mobility and greater striking force than ever before." 2. To be on the alert for an infraction of the armistice, the United Nations members of Allied forces in Korea were agreed it might b>: impossible "to confine hostilities within the frontiers of Korea," the President said. That seemed a plain hint that these highly mobile forces of which the President spoke might carry any resumed war to Red China. One Holiday Collision Only one traffic accident was reported by the city police over the holidays. W. H. Spence and Joe Lee Lockhart were involved in an ccident Friday afternoon at the corner of Franklin and Railroad causing some damage to both vehicles. NewColdWave Due to Hit State Tonight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A short breather from sub-freezing temperatures will end tonight in Arkansas, says the U. S. Weather Bureau. The forecaster predicted a low of 20 degrees in the northwestern area tonight, with lows ranging 'rom 22 to 26 degrees in other sections of the state. Arkansas has • enjoyed mild weather since Christmas day, when a three-day cold wave ended. Twenty-five degrees at Fayetteville was the only below freezing temperature recorded in the state last night. Other lows included 35 at Flippin, 36 at Fort Smith, 38 at Newport, 39 at Batesville, 40 at Morrilton and 42 at Little Rock. Rain fell throughout Arkansas last night, ranging from a light .14 of an inch at Ozark in the northwest to 1.55 at Cnmdcn in extreme southern Arkansas. El Dorado and Hope each recorded 1.14 inches, while Bluff City had 1.02. Cloudy skies but no rain was forecast for tonight and tomorrow. Contributors To Dinner for Needy Thanked r Sam Johns, owner of the Razorback Inn who each year provides Christmas dinner for underprivileged children after the annual Jaycee-Kiwanis party for them, today expressed his thanks to the individuals and firms which contributed to this year's dinner. These Included Paul KlrkindaB, Taystee Bread Co., Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Caldwell Ice Cream Co., Midwest Dairies, and Blylhe- ville Coach Lines. The latter brought the children from the party to the dinner. Mayor Dan Blodgett and several Jaycees and Kiwanians assisted in serving the children. BIG THREE (Continued from Page I) know better than Russia what your own interests are. Another section of the Soviet note was interpreted as a possible delaying gambit. The Western powers had proposed the former Allied Control Authority building in the U. S. se'ctor of Berlin as a meeting place. The Russians said it would "appear expedient" to let the foul- high commissioners have a preliminary meeting to choose the place. With the Courts CIRCUIT — (Criminal) — State of Arkansas vs. Vinton Bass, speeding, appeal {rom lower court. State of Arkansas vs. Willie Crawford, driving while intoxicated, appeal from lower court. Clare Boothe Luce Cites Need for Understanding NEW YORK (/PI — Clare Boothe Luce, U, S. ambassador to Italy, says "sympathetic understanding" between the United States and Italy is needed to solve mutual problems. Mrs. Luce relnrned to this country by airplane yesterday. Nixon's Father Okay PHOENIX, Ariz. Ml — Frank A. Nixon, father oi the Vice President,; no longer Is listed as critically ill j at St. Joseph's Hospital here. He is j recovering from a gastric hemorr-' hage. PEMEYlS ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY! -INVENTORY CLEARANCE A STORE-WIDE CLEAN-UP OF BROKEN LOTS AND WINTER MERCHANDISE AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES! SALE STARTS TUESDAY MORNING! Planned Security Check of Senate Employes Snags Tl^ree Reasons Given for Failure Of Loyalty Probe WASHINGTON Wl — A proposed loyally-security checkup on all the approximately 1,800 employes of the Senate lias bogped down, although it was recommended by a unanimous Senate vote 10 months ago. J. Mark Trice, Senate secretary, and several senators who asked that their names not be used cited three reasons for the plan's failure: II) A lefrsl prohibition against disclosure of FBI data to persons not authorized to receive it, (2) failure of the Senate to vote the FBI special funds to help with the checkup, and (3) disinterest on the part ol some senators. Unanimous Resolution Last March 6 the Senate unnn- mously nassed a resolution,, which* does not have the force of law, directing that each of the 96 senators, all Senate committees and all Senate officials having authority to hire ask an FBI check of their employes. Trice said numerous conferences between Senate leaders, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover and Justice Department officials had failed to untangle the legal snarl. The FBI is barred from turning loyalty data over to Congress, except for that on judicial appointees. Sen. McCarrari (D-Nev), who sponsored the move for a loyalty and security check on Senate em- ployes, said all his staff "have been cleared." But several other senators, who asked that their names not be used, said they had not asked a check on their employes. No figures are publicly available on how many have done so. POWs (Continued from Page 1) 00-day period for explanations. That would mean the prisoners must be freed Jan. . The Communists just as firmly contend that they are entitled to DO days of actual explanations rather than a 90-day period which end- id Dec. 3. They have used 10 days. The Reds also insist that the iri.soncrs remain in custody pending acion by the peace conference, regardless of when a conference convened. Completion of the calculations on 1000 measurements of the surface LenipcnUure of the planet Mars show that the mean range there is between minus 50 and plus *?0 degrees Fahrenheit. TRAFFIC TOTEM-This confusing stretch of signs is supposed to help motorists find their way through Albany, N. Y. The traffic light is an aid—as most everyone slows to a stop to read the signs at the intersection, which, could be called crossroads of the nation. Ebert Woodson Dies; Rites Today Services ofr Ebert Woodson, 75, brother of Ellis B. Woodson of Blylheville, were conducted today In Texarknna. Mr, Woodson, a former contractor, died in a Texarkana hospital Saturday morning after an illness of several months. A native of Tennessee, he had been making his home in Rodessa, La., where he had farming interests. Prior to moving to Rodessa, he had been a Texarkana contractor. Mr. Woodson moved with his family from Tennessee to Prescott, Ark., when a child. Survivors, other than EUis B. Woodson, three other brothers, two sisters, two daughters, a son and several grandchildren. Rites Held for Sister Of Qsceo/a Women OSCEOLA — Services for Mrs. Prank Miller of Jackson, Miss., were conducted this afternoon In Jackson. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs- George Balloue of Osceola and Lilly Terry of Jackson. French Air Attacks Hit Indochina Reds SAIGON, Indochina Ifi — French fighters and bombers plastered the Communist-led Invaders of Laos today and French ground defenders of the little Indochinese kingdom hastily strengthened key bases. The Vletminh radio claimed that the "greater part" of the Laotian troops under French command had deserted and joined the Bed forces. The radio claimed also that the 100-mile Invasion had been carried out by the "Laotian National Liberation troops," but French sources in Saigon said the invaders were Vietminh regulars from coastal North Annam, possibly supported by some Laotian regional elements. The French were faced with a major supply problem. The rebel advance, cut the Mekong Elver supply line as well as road routes to the Laos government seat of Vientiane. Strategic towns in the northern pavt of the kingdom now must be supplied by air. Nehru Spirited From Menacing Demonstration BOMBA Y.India UH— Security police hurried Prime Minister Jawa- h"rlal Nehru away from a rally at a Sikh shrine yesterday after menacing demonstrators shouted - him down with screams of "Nehru, go back." The demonstration at Guru Fnlehgarh Fingh Sahib, a famous Sikh place of worship 35 miles from Patiala, was one of the worst ever staged against Nehru. It was led by the Akali party, which is demanding a separate Panjabi- speaking state within the Indian union. IKE (Continued from Page 1) which will be sent to the capito! early next month. • The President, Mrs. Eisenhower and other members of the family arrived here Christmas Day. Eisenhower plans to devote most of his lime between now and Sunday to work on the three messages and the TV-radio report to the nation —and get in a game of golf whenever he can manage it. Quick Relief for HEADACHE NEURALGIA T«t STANBACK your»«M . . . tab)>k or powdm . . . ogoinil any preparation you'y* tvtr w«4. Its Businesslike To Pay by CHECK Pul yourself on a businesslike basis now by opening a personal checking account here. Deposit your paychecks (by mail if you like) and let chceck stubs tell you at a glance what bills are paid—what balance is on hand. Remember, too, cancelled checks are your receipts! No Minimum Balance Required THE FARMERS BANK'™" COMPANY The Oldest Bank In Mississippi County •TIME TRIED — PANIC TESTED" F.n.l.C. - |lt,«M Etch Oepnlt Member ftitrtl Kncrvi gyitem

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