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January 12, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 12,1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE 2 Men Work 3 Hours Daily to Bring Solons Big 3-D Weathermap By CHARLES F. .BARRETT WASHINGTON (AP) — The government has installed new 3D maps to tell a congressman everything about the weather except how political, winds are blowing in his home town. A dedication service was scheduled today for the elaborate multicolored weather maps just off the floor of the House arid Senate. Rain, snow or shine, two Weath- i tr Bureau experts show up at 9 f^t.m. every day to fill the big glass panels with red. yellow, white and green symbols which portray the weather from Mexico to Canada. It takes them three hours, but tion, precipitation, pressure and . so on. George Winthrop, when they are through a congressman can tell the temperature in his home town—plus wind direc- atmospherio head of the Weather Bureau's daily map unit, said it was "pure coincidence" today's ceremony coincided with the worst snow and sleet storm of the season. Can a congressman deciper all those waving lines, arrows and Commodity And Stock Mar May July :t York Cotton (12:30 quotations) 3332 3333 3328 3350 3353 3347 3339 3341 3336 3274 3279 3274 New Orleans Cotton Mar ........ 3332 3332 3328 May ........ 3352 3354 3349 July ........ 3342 3343 3337 Oct ........ 3374 3277 3274 3329 3347 3336 3277 3330 3349 3337 3276 Memphis Soybeans Men ... 308 309</2 308 May ... 307V4 3081/2 306 >& July ... 303i/ 2 3041/2 303'/ 2 Chicago Soybeans Jan ... 30T/4 307'/2 304% Mch ... 309'/z 3101/4 3071/2 May ... 309 309 30614 July ... 304 304(4 302 Chicago Corn Mch ... 154% 154'/» May ... 16BV4 156% Chicago Wheat Mch ... 21014 210% Iilsy ... 210 210 153% 154% 208% 208y s 309/j. 306 '/ 2 304t/ 2 305 307% S06V4 302'/ 4 153% 154% 209'/ 4 2091/8 other marks? "You'd be surprised," Winthrop said. "Many congressmen are better meteorologists than the people who make the maps. They are keenly interested in the weather here and back home. They can make their own forecast." The weather bureau has had old glass map cases since 1902, bu they included weather stations which had been closed for 20 years. As for the three-dimensional ef. feet, that was obtained by laying out three layers of. glass, each with its own symbols. Winthrop called it "lamination" on a "delicately grained glass surface." That makes it easier for a congressman to distinguish an occluded front from a high pressure area. Countrywide FFA Meet to Honor 'Star Farmers' Blytheville will row night to a be host tomor- county Future Farmers of America federation banquet when the group will gather at Rustic Inn to honor its "Star Fanners." The meeting, which will include officers of all chapters and federation officers, is to get under way ,t 7 o'clock. The star farmers from each school district will be named at the dinner meeting. From Blytheville's chapter, star tarmer awards will go to Quentine Sandlin and Charles Richard Haynes. New York Stocks 02:45 qvttaUoni) A T and T .......... •JjAmer Tobacco v'A-i?concla Copper Furniture Sales Clinic Planned A retail furniture sales clinic will be conducted in City Hall here Thursday and Friday nights by the Arkansas. Furniture Association, it was announced'today. TThe meetings will be attended by sales personnel from retail stores in Blytheville. Van T. Klmb- er, executive vice president of th association, will conduct the two- hour clinics, which will begin at 7:30 each night. Ji-nmle Edwards of Blytheville, Northeast Arkansas district vice president of the association, is chairman of the clinics here. 156% 60 Vi Beth Steel 50% Chrysler 597, Coca-Cola 11* Gen Electric a Oen Motors 59% Montgomery Ward 57 V : > N Y Central \ 18% Int Harvester 28'/: Republic Steel 48'; Radio 22 7 <. Socony Vacuum 35-'/4 Studebaker / Standard'of N J 73'/ 4 Texas Corp 5y \. Sears 60% U S Steel 39% Sou Pac 36% Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., Wl—(DSDA)—Hogs 10,000; fairly active: 75-1.00 lower; 180-240 Ib 26.00-35; mostly 26.25 on weights up to 230 Ib; several hundredhead 190-225 Ib 26.50; 240-270 Ib 25.0026.00; 150,170 Ib 25.25-26.25; sows 400 Ib down 22.00-23.00; heavier sows 21.00-75; boars 15.50-19.00, few at 19.50. Cattle 6,500, calves 1,500; few early sales steers fully steady on good and choice 20.00-24.00; heif- ^ers and mixed yearlings also open^Ing steady; fairly active; cows active, fully steady; utility and commercial 11.00-13.50; canners and cutters 8.00-11.00; bulls steady; utility and commercial 12.SO-14.50; cutter bulls 10.00-12.00; vealers and calves steady; odd head prime vealers 33.00; good and choice 23.00-30.00; commercial and good 15.00-22.00; cull and utility 8.0012.00. Collision Reported Mervin Karris of Blytheville and Joseph Lockhart of Dell were Involved in a traffic mishap at Cherry and First this morning, causing some damage to ,both vehicles, according to police reports. Mln Karen Bradley Karen Bradley Wins Osceola DAR Award OGCEOLA A— Miss Karen Brad ley, 17-year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. P. Bradley of Osceola, has been selected as winner o; the annual good citizenship award given by the William Strong Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She and girls from other cities also receiving this award will be honored at a banquet to be given by the DAR in Memphis Friday, by the DAR in Memphis Feb. 13. The Osceola award winner is selected by the Osceola High School faculty from among three candidates nominated by the student body. Bases for selection are leadership, service, dependability and patriotism. MCCARTHY (Continued from Page 1) any spy activities then Invoke pro- ;ection of the Fifth Amendment and refuse to answer other questions about spy activities or com- nunism without risking punishment 'or contempt of Congress? 2. Is McCarthy correct in con- lending that refusal to testify on any grounds other than the Fifth Amendment is contemptuous? Many witnesses have cited the Fifth Amendment's guarantees against compulsory self-incrimina- ,ion. McCarthy contends they have abused the privilege. McCarthy, in an announced ef- ort to eliminate at least one possible controversy over the future if his subcommittee, temporarily shelved a plan to ask for a $100,- iOO boost in the appropriation for ts work. He said he will ask the ienate for a $200,000 total, the iame as last year. •- ^orfeits Bond Josepn Lockhenst forfeited a 5 bond in Municipal Court this norniug on a charge of running a stop sign. Leftist Leader To Try Forming Italian Cabinet ROME in — Amlhtore Fanfani 46-year-old left-wing leader of the Christian Democratic party agreed today to try to form a new Italian government. He "conditionally" acceptec President Luigi Elndaudi's offer o: the premiership after former Pre mier Gulseppe Pella, who resigned Jan. 5, had turned it down. He had served as agriculturae minister under Alclde de Gasper and as interior minister In Pella's five-month-old government. In the former post, he played a major part in the implementation of the land reform program under which Italy plans to distribute more than million acres to 50,000 peasani families. Pella resigned last week after a split with other Christian Democrat leaders, who felt the Pre< mier's policies were too far to the right. Many of the party's leaders lave urged more social reforms :o counter the rising strength of ;he Communists and the extreme left Socialists allied with the Reds. FARM (Continued from Page 1; is shaping up. There were indications that wool [rowers in such states as Wyom- ng, Montana, Idaho and Colorado —where there are Senate battles his year—would be pleased with he President's proposal to make diremt Treasury payments to give hem an average return of 90 per cent of parity . Benson Lists Reasons Secretary of Agriculture Benson 5aid there are a dozen reasons vhy the existing farm price sup- lort system should be changed. In a broadcast speech. Benson said oiisumers are denied benefits, of abundant production, yet farmers .re denied a stable income. As for the new program. Benson ;aid, it promises consumers "an ;bundance of food and fiber at easonable prices and at less cost o taxpayers." The theory advanced in support if flexible price props is that it vlll help to maintain normal sup- lies by keeping supports at high evels in time of scarcity and low- ring them, thus discouraging pro- luction, when surpluses pile up. Critics counter that it thus re- luces financial help to farmers at he time they need it most—when irices are low. vJegro Deaths Allen Davis Services for Allen Davis, 75, who lied Sunday at his home on Her-' inn Street here, will be conducted t noon Wednesday at St. Luke Bap- ist Church by Rev. O. D. Dodson, lastor. Burial will be in Mt. ZIon Ceme- ery with Caston Funeral Home in harge. Survivors include his wife, Nelly Davis. COUNCIL With the Courts CIRCUIT— (Criminal) — state of Arkansas vs. J. B. Carter, wife and child abandonment. State of Arkansas vs. Bill Dese- more, wife and child abandonment. State of Arkansas vs. Euel Scott, tssault with intent to kill. ROSE BOWL FULL OF HERSI Yes, this year 70,000 more elementary ichoolteacheri— almost enough to All the hugt tttdium at Pasadena-are needed to keep up wilh increased school enrollment. Evtry year more fin* young men and women are needed to give out children the best education possible. You can help! For fret booklet "How Can We Get Enough Good Teachers?" writ* to Better PuHished B.i a fiuklie tenlee in «.' aptialim Ulith The 4iiiaiiiin/f Counr.il, ' SAVE NOW AT CLARA'S 3 -1 SALE Buy any of the following items at our regular price and receive two other items of equal value ALL FOR THE PRICE OF ONE! • BLOUSES • UNIFORMS (Nylon & cotton) • COSTUME JEWELRY • SLIPS • SWEATERS • BELTS • SKIRTS • DRESSES • HOSE • HOUSECOATS • GLOVES BRASSIERES Peter Pan | / Maiden Form /•* PRICE Delight Form JACKETS Gabardine tf Corduroy & Suede *r Values to $9 3 All PURSES Values to ', 4.95 SUITS Values to $30, Now $ 7 Suit and Skirt HANGARS 10c&20c COATS Values to $30 *7 COATS Values to $15 $ 5 BRING A FRIEND AND SPLIT THE COST CLARA'S SHOP Main Street — Across from the Goff Hotel (Continued from Page 1) street light* in that newly-developed area. The request cited trouble with prowlers which residents o that area have had recently. The matter was referred, to the Light Water snd Gas Committee, which is to meet with Ark-Mo Power Co officials. Saying he had received severa complaints recently, Alderman E M. Terry said he would like to see enforcement of the ordinance prohibiting parking in alleys. In other business, the Councl' approved transfer of two taxi permits from Lloyd Crecelius to Howard Bevill. O. W. Coppedge. Fourth Ward resident, told the Council he considered bus service in Blytheville inadequate, especially in Pride and Gateway Subdivisions, and urged extension of the bus routes. Mayor Jackson said he would ask the Council to investigate the matter. Pour of the five members of the Public Library Board, whose terms had expired, were re-appointed by Mayor Jackson last night and approved by the council. They are Mrs. Hermon Carlton, to serve until 1956! Mrs. H. W. Wylie. to 1957; Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, to 1958; and Alvln Huffman. Jr., to 1959. The other member is L. E. Old, whose term expires in 1955. Committee Named Appointment of 10 City Council committees was announced by the mayor. These committees include (alderman named first is chairman): Finance—Jesse White, J. L. Nabers, Leslie Moore. E. M. Terry. Street—Mr. Nabers. W. L. Walker, Mr. Moore, Rupert Crafton. Building and Inspection — Mr. Walker, Charles Lipford, Toler Buchanan, Mr. Terry. - Purchases—Mr. White, Mr. Walker. Mr. Moore. Mr. Terry. Pire and Police—Mr. Nabers, Mr. White, Mr. Moore, Mr. Crafton. Light, Water and Gas —Mr. Moore, Mr. Crafton, Mr. Nabers, Mr. Walker. Budget and Taxation—Mr. Crafton, Mr. Walker, Mr. Nabevs, Mr. Moore. Parks and Playgrounds—Mr. Terry, Mr. Nabers, Mr. Moore. Mr. Walker. Insurance and Maintenance—Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Walker, Mr. Terry and Mr. Liuford. Health and Sanitation—Mr. Lipford. Mr. Terry, Mr. Buchanan, Ml-. White. Invocation preceding last night's session was given by the Rev. William J. Fftzhugh. priest in charge of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Receipt of the city's share of ;axes collected this past fall by i.he county boosted December revenues to $47,953.51, according to the financial statement handed aldermen last night. Of this $38,813.23 was In tax •evenue, $2.148 in privilege license fees and $2,270 in parking meter receipts. Total expenditures for last nonth were $21,020.34. As of Dec. 31, there was $13,280.65 n the general fund and $3,741.81 n the parking meter fund. The street fund was still depleted. Two Arrested For $200,000 GemSmuggling MONTREAL (fl — The Canadian Mounties said early today they are holding « European and a New York resident In connection wilh a suspected attempt to smuggle nearly $200,000 worth of uncut dia moncls into the United States. Neither man was identified but they were expected to be arraigned here later today. Inspector Rene Belec, head of the Mounted Police's Investigation branch here, said the European, a 25-year-old native of Poland, ar rived from Europe at Dorval Airport Friday. Police visited him at a midtown hotel several hours later and found a parcel containing "thousands" of the uncut dla> monds. The New Yorker was picked up at a Montreal home Sunday. Belec said it -was believed his job was to carry the diamonds Into the Unlt.-d States. LABOR (Continued from Page 1) those voting—would have to approve the walkout. In cases where walkout failed to get the required majority support, workers who failed to return to work could be fired. This provision of Smith's bill ap- >arcnlly surprised the secretary of abor, who told newsmen he had •end Smith's legislation earlier and md not understood that the poll was to be held after a strike began. Murray termed this "a strikebreaking weapon." He called it 'another attempt to try and show .hat union leaders don't have the bucking of the membership." Some other senators said it would strengthen democracy in unions and help guarantee rank-and-flle control. Most of the Eisenhower proposals could be said to have had at least some support in past years rom the late Sen. Taft of Ohio, ormer labor committee chairman .nd co-author of the Taft-Hnrtley Rites Held for Infant Graveside services for Mary Eli zabeth Twilla, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Twilla of Blythevllle whc died at birth, were conducted a Sandy Ridge Ceaietary this afterno- on..Cobb'funeral Home was in char ge of the burial. She Is survived by her parents. NCPC Is Magazine Article Subject Blytheville's National Cotton Pic king Contest was the recipient o additional nation-wide publicity tni. month when (Future) magazine carried a story and pictures on the event. Future is the Junior Chamber o Commerce monthly magazine which is distributed nationally. The January Issue includes threi pictures, including one of Jackie Bonner, queen of the 1953 event, and « story on the growth of the contest. law. Perhaps the outstanding excep tion was Eisenhower's proposal that boards of inquiry, set up by presidential appointment to study national emergency disputes, be empowered to make specific recommendations for settling these disputes. This proposal appeared likely to encounter resistance, especially from the management side. Enr player groups have always op posed giving such boards authority to recommend settlement terms. WEAVING | Burns I Moth I Holes Tears Ladies & Men's Garments WHY PAY MORE? RUTH MeCLANAHAN —SKIL WEAVER— 421 E. Sycamore Blytheville DEXTfR twin-a-matic washer 2 washers in 1 double CAPACITY double SPEED double VALUE LIFETIMEGUARANTEE See Your DEXTER Dealer Today YOU* fKltNDLY SHOf STORI Added roups In Our January Clearance Ladies Shoes in Many Smart Styles Regularly Priced Up To $14.95 .. Special C95 $ W Pair 2 Prs. rev* rtiiNDir trtoi iron JANUARY CLEARANCE REG. $6.98 ROBES $ 4 Ladies quilted robes in wide assortment of colors and sizes. VENETIAN BLINDS . $ For 5 Reg. 2.98 Special for the last week of our White Sale... Buy now and save. MENS UNION SUITS $ Reg. 1.98 167 Fine quality longs and short sleeve winter weight underwear. REG. $3.39 GUILDS' BOOTS $197 I Buy now for your children, while they last. Size* 6, 7, 8 and 9. MENS PAJAMAS 2 -$027 Men's flannel pajamas for comfortable cold weather sleeping. Complete sizes. REG. $6.49 WOOL SHIRTS $£97 5 Mens 100% wool shirts in maroon and green. Large assortment. Small, medium and large. MENS CORDUROY PANTS R. 9 . 4.98 4 Men's medium weight corduroy pants. Green and brown, Complete sizes. Many Other Values In Wards Storcwide January Clearance

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