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Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - March 11, 1961, Decatur, AlabamaF Page two the Decatur daily. Saturday morning March 11, 1961 Al a a. Wjk a fun i a Quot Mardk Kaiui of iii Mutiri a a rust Fidfl a Hwy saw Tinori in inti ww1of of Wawy a in toy Timmin pm to Decatur Alboma by the Tennesse Valley printing oct inc f w r Shelton a founder editor a 1912 to 1924 at dec Alabam. 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The led Hae been missing since tuesday afternoon when be apparently wandered away from Home while his father Everett Franck was doing chores in the farmyard and his Mother was in the House. Several hours later a near blizzard bringing 10 inches of Snow swept this Northeast Section of Iowa. The 200-acre Franck farm is five Miles Northwest of Here. Tbs search entered to a hide area about three Miles Southwest to the farm. Searchers were directed to that Region by a telepathy is in the Netherlands who was contacted by transoceanic Telephone thursday. Gerard Croiset. An extrasensory perception expert said the boy could be found there. Deputy sheriff Ray Moline said the boy was not found but some tracks were sighted to the Fields. Moline said they were unable to determine what kind of tracks they were. Sheriff Emery Hart said his office at nearby Independence has received Telephone Calls from All Over the nation with suggestions on How to find the boy. Quot we re trying every Hunch Quot he a Aid. Hart said they also had not ruled out the possibility of foul play. He so id a Blue car was seen near the Franck farm about the time Jimmy was last seen by his father. The car has not been found. Dou Gald in Carrikk a Defly Ead Ludey per week 4ft hat to mid to dmm Mia if wow Ewe Butov Tom Vii Tov Isoif vow Ewe w s daily no % pm a it a Mest teen pos 1% Setos tee to Al Beme Cotton acres for rent for rent 13.7 scree near Flint w. A. Starkey Harta eoe 4, Al 3-0374. For rent 40 acres Cotton land 13 Muzea on upriver rd., Edith m. Goedel 3-6565. For rent four acres Cotton on Hartselle 4, mrs. Carter Dobbs 1038 Grant St Decatur Al 3 for rent 1.7 Seres to Cotton. Kyle Johnson 981 West Mato St Harto Toie up 3-9638. For rent 9.2 acres to Cotton land one and a half Miles Southeast to Somerville m. S. Lyle Al 3-8177. For rent seven acres to land four to Cotton three in Corn three Miles East to Somerville mrs. Mattie Breeding. Somerville 2. For rent 4.5 acres Cotton land rent any Way w. A Tucker Barkley Bridge rd., up 3-7117. For rent 11.5 acres Cotton 4�?1� Leonid Rotonno Hartella 1, Box 45, up 3-8438. For Bant 115 acres to Cotton Hay and Grato land u desired on Btu Naff 87, a. M. Peek Decatur 2, Al 3-4084. For Bant 33.7 agree Cotton red lady toil tooled Quot a pm a Bale to arty third and fourth rent half my off River rd., 13 Milf from w. B. Loosier Al 3 rent four Sens plus third Jeff the or Cash two Miles to Lioci a City a Rescue rd., g. W. Walters. By 8-2626. For rent 11 acres Cotton on Danville x a Lawreame county h. U. Wallace Al 35179, 908 4th ave. So Decatur. As a service Fob Morgan Lawrence. Limestone and Cullman counties toe Decatur daily is Outing this Cotton acreage these acres will be listed through next monday. . Continued from Page 3 said a we axe strongly committed to the Freedom to the people of that Day and we a pad to sustain our own position in that sky Ai we took into the the soviet and East German a communist Overa ments have been trying for Many Yean to get the Western Power to withdraw from weat Berlin. Solution sought the main purpose to the Geneva conference in 1958 was to find an East West solution for the Berlin problem or Faffing that to arrange a temporary settlement. In the course to the bargaining White recalled the Western Powers expressed willingness to a Quot Quot Tatur s jul a Gumti continued from Page 3 e. C. Rainey vice president and assistant manager to the Birmingham Branch to the Federal Reserve Bank to to discuss the flow to Gold from Tibe United states to other nations at the rotary club monday. A # a Twenty three years ago today March 11, 1988, Hitler invasion forces marched into Austria. Hospitals Decatur general Phi sums is a i is mrs. Lena Mae frasier 309 Church St. Be Kenneth Willey Teague Moulton 3 mrs. Mamie Livingston Eva 1 baby Jeffrey Kim demons 1130 13th ave. Be mrs. Annie Leigh Lynne 508 ferry St. Neverlin Moses 1013 Somerville by. Be mrs. Donald Rogers 1919 Church St. Be mrs. Norman d. King 709 Martha St. So John Geary 1133 11th ave. Sebaugh Wiley Smith dismissal c. C. Ainsworth Decatur 1 mrs. Annie Mae Lyle Decatur 3 mrs Viden Mccrag Threa Moulton 3 admissions baby Darlene Clark Box 38, Mooresville or. James Wallace. 1115 4th ave. New Thomas Royer 908 8th ave. Be mrs. John he 1230 19th ave. Be Larry Morgan 1839 Mcarthur ave. Derrick Morgan 1829 Mcarthur ave. Mrs. Ollie Massey 1809 White St. By John Roo Crick Vientiane. Laos a pro communist rebels launched a heavy offensive in Central Laos Friday casting a Shadow Over a peace plan drawn up by the government Bod neutralise sex Premier Souvanny p Bourn a a laotian military source said nine Patchet lao rebel battalions a reported equipped with Light Tanka were thrown into the attack in a pouring rain on the key roed Junction of Sala Pfau Koun and two connected strongholds. Outcome of the Battle was in doubt be said. At stake were control of the vital North South Highway linking Vientiane with the Royal capital of Luang Rabang and perhaps the governments Tot students the cd la Fornix mental maturity and achievement a p.1&Quot Long promised often test were Given last november to the 380 eighth graders of the de _ Cater Junior High school. Nancy Washington left daughter of or. Almost simultaneously. Sou and mrs. William h. Washington. 2001 Penn Lane made the highest it score a ranking 11th Grade or above in All areas. Marthalyn Whit Man daughter of or. And mrs. Claude c. Whitman 853 Moulton St a quote ranked 13 Grade or higher in spelling which was the highest Acore a a pm a a in this subject. The following students scored 10th Grade or above in Western major turning Point is awaited Laos thrown into conflict Moore Patsy press Eli Marsha Sandlin Janis Scott Barbara Stewart Harry Tooker Cathy Bankston Joe Blackburn Reid Byers Alice Cambron. Neal Conner Kenneth Eldson William Fraxier Anne Haig Ler and Toni King. ,11 areas Barbara Lon. David Lovelace. Susan Mooney. Charlotte civil their strategic Southeast asian kingdom. A communique was issued after Thoumi talked with the self exiled Souvanna outlined the plan a which immediately gained . State department approval the plan 1. A Neutral commission of Burma Cambodia and Malaya to be quickly organized to guard against foreign intervention in feed Grain gets Senate of Washington a the sen Rice support Rise asked of Freeman machinery is eyed for Cotton Birmingham. March 10 apr plans to bring better mechanisation to Alabama Cotton banners were taken up today by the Alabama legislative Cotton study committee. State rep. Bob Gilchrist of Decatur chairman to the committee said a Bill will be offered to the next legislature to provide Money for the program. Committeemen will go Over the program fully in a meeting with state farm leaders at Montgomery March 20. Quot present mechanization techniques and machines Ere not adapted to Alabama farming a said de Mauldin to town Creek. He pointed out that Moat to Alabama s Cotton Farmers have less then 10 acres quoted to them. A the ultimate purpose is to adopt mechanisation to Alabama a he said. A if we can to mechanize the Small Farmer we can to help committeemen spoke to a Cost to 925,000 to $30,000 for the first years operation. But no More exact figure was available. Representatives from most phases to agriculture including Industry related Fields Are invited to the meeting at Montgomery. State sen. Welter Givhan of Safford will seek to have a representative there from the National Cotton Council. Their Torce in West Berlin to 21,999 men and to sons tor a reduction in that total a if developments in the situation permitted. The Deacue Sioni went beyond that to include a possible cutback in the Garrison strength by several thousand men. The Western Powers also offered to agree that their Berlin Foroe should be Abinad Only with conventional not nuclear a weapons. White said the soviet government had rejected the Western proposals at Geneva and a we therefore have taken the position that we am no longer bound by those proposal with respect to future negotiations with the soviet Union on the Berlin want ads get results River fish mkt 401 who Church St. Mian. Ii 3-5003 Small Catfish snapper Stiak ocian much Sia ass to Star a Kwh War Gwyn a 3 i tvs feb. 25 continued from Page 3 Twenty states reported declines in the number to workers drawing Idle benefits. This list was led by Michigan where the Bureau reported a substantial 34,400 decline but attributed it to the fact More Auto workers were employed during the feb. 25 week. Many Auto Plant Are operating Only alternate weeks. Declines in other states were said to be relatively Small. Largest increase in insured unemployment was 13,900 to California. The Bureau said this was due to additional unemployment to the Auto construction and food processing industries. Four Sites a Vermont Idaho Illinois and Connecticut a began paying additional temporary unemployment compensation to idled workers. A combined total to 12.800 workers am drawing such benefits. A similar Federal program is now before Congress. Queen Mary finally makes it to port Southampton. England apr the liner Queen Mary finally nosed into Dock Friday 34 hours late after being Bald up off the Isle to Wight by thick tog. Only her Crew was aboard. Tbs 711 Ware brought tort earlier and caught a boat train to London. The first Eddystone Lighthouse near Plymouth to the English Channel was erected to 1396. Deaths Marion Richardson a v Washington March 10 apr four Louisiana members of Congress today asked Secretary of nitu1r� 0rvule Freeman j 2. A series of conference to be fir a hike a 1981 nce a area a Al mid by the three factions in the a Quot ,2,2 ? Loument 10 or a int Bovy �?~a1 civil War Premier Boun Oum a year. Vientiane government the Patchet proposed comp an increase in Rice acreage is lao. And Souvanna a Neutra lists. Imperative said Sens. Allen j. 3. An International conference Ellendor and Russell b. Lang and to be held on Laos possibly by of crafts and 11 republicans support reps. E. E. Willis and t. 14 nation proposed by Prince ministrations Ance clause. The vote was 52-26. With 41 dem ing the Bill and 3 democrats and 18 republicans opposing it. Thompson Louisiana democrats. Norodom Sihanouk cambodian they said they regard the in chief of state. Because it would include communist China this plan has met with . Opposition. 4. Laos to be neutralised and Senate critics referred to the crease As necessary to the eco compliance clause variously As a nomic life of Rice Farmers. Quot persuader and As a a Subtle of i since Rice plantings for the new fort at crop year Are to Start in a few general elections for a new gov the House included the provision Days in Southern Louisiana they froment be held. When it passed the Bill by a close urged Freeman to make an Early. 209-202 margin thursday but sen. Determination and announcement. Allen j. Shender d-la., said a the Senate will not take Washington March 10 a Ellender floor manager for the a the state department said to Senate Bill said he would a rather Day Pakistan has signed an a have no Bill at ally than accept a agreement to Purchase 43,000 tons provision which House republi-1 of surplus Rice under the surplus cans said would make Secretary a common cities act of agriculture Orville l. Freeman under act he United 5, a pm of the Gram markets. Dispose 0 glffplu8 agricultural l cottonseed Price fixing is hinted by Jack Liplin a business new writer new York a the current reaction to the Stock Market after it Long climb Doe not appear to be a major turning Point a brokerage firm said Friday. Winslow Cohu or Stetson contended that support should develop around 630 on the Dow Jones Industrial average. This kind of reaction is to by expected after last weeks breakout above 660 and prior to an assault on the All time High of 685.47 it added. The firm believe thie a Ault will be successful and that it would be logical to took for leadership in the next phase to the Advance from the heavy industries steels oils Metal chemicals have been lagging a too the first of the yeas. A the old Rule to thumb is that minor reactions in advancing markets Are strictly for the traders and Are Over before anyone else knows they have started a the broker said. A secondary reactions Are More severe and continue until speculators become genuinely frightened and sell Quot we believe the present reaction la of the minor variety but in a Market where vast number of uninformed traders Are jumping in and out like the most polished professional of the 1920a, almost anything can happen and probably will before it is All another brokerage House which asserts it Isnit disheartened by the reaction is Van Alstyne Noel a co. Its analyst Martin Gilbert says the constructive forces Are putting up a Good fight and the setback has t been Able to gain momentum. Gilbert believes the current Type of performance will continue but looks for somewhat Tower prices before the the Market rebounds. There wifi be a Point soon where the list will consolidate and build a base from which another attack on the All time High will be made he says. Soviet envoy silent on meet Moscow Apu. S. Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson spent All Day Friday writing an exhaustive report to president Kennedy on his unprecedented mkt siberian conference with Premier Khrushchev. He sent it off to Washington by toes. He firmly declined to give reporters any hint to what is in it. It is obvious Kennedy swish for quiet diplomacy is being strictly observed. Thompson stuck by his Airport remark of thursday night that a i have always been an Optimist and always will but reporter gained the impression this did not mean he expected any spectacular new improvement to soviet american relations. The chief feeling was that Thompson was glad exploratory talk of this nature had begun and hoped they would continue. He said the time he spent with the Premier was nearer five hours than the four he reported earlier. This is a Long time for the Premier to spend with the ambassador of any country and indicated the talks were extremely far ranging. The two met in a typical soviet government guest House outside Novosibirsk. They drank Vodka and red wine Over a lunch to hours do oeuvres siberian Ravioli beef Bouillon with meat stuffed noodles fish and breaded veal cutlets. The disputed provision which House democrats supported against solid gop opposition would give Freeman authority to Birmingham March 10 it a commodities to foreign govern Alabama a commissioner of a ments for their currencies. Sen. J. W. Fulbright d-ark., a culture r. C. Bamberg said today be has information of a pos Seu the governments vast Grain pun.��? sex holdings at less than support. Surplus nce available prices to Force compliance with for disposal under Law. World Price for Cotton seen higher prices to Force compliance production controls. Sen. Frank j. Lausche a Ohio called it a Subtle Effort at com a aulsion which he termed a insult tog to the the Sharp conflict Between Senate and House Bills raised a question to whether a Compromise measure can be worked out to time to meet Spring planting deadlines. Ellender was named to head said the Pakistan Purchase sex sible Price fixing by cottonseed crushers to the state. He said he asked the Alabama legislative Cotton study committee if this could a constitute a violation of anti Trust the committee met Here today. Bamberg said the Price fixing apparently is the reason cottonseed sold for $35 a ton to Alabama last october while it was Selling for $51 and $52 a ton in Arizona and California. The commissioner said that during the Harvest season letters Are Washington March 10 a 4xubuucv Irmo a Cuiru to Vicau i a the worlds major Cotton sex 0,-4 _i1 Mai a i Senate conferees in an expected porting countries agreed today a t d conference with House members that a it is reasonable to assume la that world Price Lor Cotton should 01 c0tt0�?oed win Chi be Quot a Ltd be higher in the coming the conclusion was one of those reached by the 12-nation Cotton exporting countries group which Liz still making her recovery by Tom Rudy London a Elizabeth Taylor continued her recovery from a near fatal attack of pneumonia and doctors said late Friday night they Are Happy Over her general condition. A breathing tube inserted to the neck of the 29-year-old actress last week will be removed saturday they said. A a bulletin issued by the seven Man medical team attending miss j Taylor said a her lungs have shown definite improvement on the a Ray and everything is going As Well As can be miss Taylor was showing an intense interest in details of the illness that took her to a Hospital last weekend into an emergency operation and emergency treatment that was none too soon. A a a a very pick Tyrl still a said an associate a shut it a hard to hold her Down. She wants to know what happened. It was All so funeral services for Marion Elisabeth Missy Richardson 14, Are to be conducted at 2 30 . Sunday at Trinity Baptist Church. The body it to lie in state at the Church from 1 30 until 2 30 . Burial is to be to Decatur City cemetery Brown funeral co. Directing. The Rev. W. W. Coffey to to officiate. The body was to arrive Here by train at 2 45 . Today. It will remain at the fim Era Home until time to be taken to the chinch to a in state. Miss Richardson died March 1 at 12 45 . To a Heilbronn Germany clinic. She had been ill for Only a few hours and died of Beningo Coucal cerebral meningitis. Her Stepfather Richard n. Smith was to military service. However the family has now moved to Trinity 1. Pallbearers Are to be Johnny and Bobby Fuller Clyde Haley Chester Jones Garland Blaxton and j. W. Martin. Honorary pallbearers Ere to be Clyde Alexander Coleman Cagle. John Lile Harvey Nix Dave Peebles and Bob Ferguson. Several senators including George d. Aiken r-vt., John o. Pas Tore Dri Kenneth b. Keating r-n.y., and Robert c. Byrd d-w.va., said the Bill probably would mean higher consumer prices. They said this would be due to an increase in the Cost of Grain fed to poultry and livestock. Sen. Hubert h. Humphrey. D not name the Oil Mills. A if the prices varied in North South East or West Alabama a he said a for varied among crushers met Here under the of mexican minister of agriculture Julian Rodriguez Adame. The countries represented in the group Are Brazil Al Salvador Greece Guatemala Mexico Nicaragua Pakistan Peru Sudan Republic Marion minn., said the Bill would Cost an estimated half billion dollars but a Turkey United Arab he figured there would be a net and the United states. Saving to the taxpayers of an a British embassy represent. Equal amount. Tive attended a an observer for a. Crushers stating identical Aiken estimated the increased the importing countries. A cd quotations on cottonseed feed Cost for Dairy and poultry Rodriguez Adame later gave a my Al Are he said letters to All Gimners in any Given Section of the state contain the same Price Date and time quotations. Two winners supported Bamberg a statements. De Mauldin of town Creek in the Tennessee Valley said he has received totters Quot for the past five years from Sev producers at $5 to $8 a ton. He said the effect on Consumers would depend on How charitable news conference these reasons for the favourable Price Outlook the recently announced . Producers Are in absorbing the loan rate for middling Inch Cotton Bob Sharis Tinnis Sii Valley broadcasting co. Amsl radio and Talt Talon or flac Iau i. Walter Lorron to 1-1192 or write Baa 431, French liner to serve As hotel Marmulla franc it a it the French liner Vuk de Bor Deaux has been chartered to serve As a Betel Arvd restaurant in Dakar Harbor during Senegal s Independence Celebration next month extra costs. At one Point in the debate Aiken said Dairy and some other food prices a should be raised for a Farmers have been subsidizing Consumers for a Long time and its time that things should be equalized a Little a he added. In the midst of the debate senators Learned the agriculture department was planning an imminent boost in Dairy Price supports. Keating said he wondered about the timing and whether it had any connection with the approaching vote on the feed grains Bill. Aiken said higher Dairy supports would soften the effect of legislation raising the Cost of feed Gratis. Sen. John s. Cooperr Kyd a won Senate approval of an amendment which would Tot Small Farmers with 30 acres or tone in feed grains put the entire plot Toto the program and receive payments. He said it would be uneconomic for a Farmer with a a Nail acreage to take the 20 or 30 per cent reduction. In 1961 of 3.75 cents per Pound above the present minimum resale Price for government held stocks and an increase to the Export payment rate of 2.50 cents and or. And mrs. Pompelio a. Ucci 1305 Morningside court be a daughter Friday at Decatur general Hospital. Or. And mrs. Paul James Belle Mina a daughter Friday at Decatur general Hospital. Rep. E. R. Solomon of Headland to South Alabama also supported Bambers statements. Bamberg urged cottonseed processor in the state a to look Toto the situation with reference to giving Alabama a 119,000 Cotton banners the same High Price paid California producers for the same Grade of the commissioner said he has urged winners to ask their congressmen for a support Price of $50 per ton on cottonseed. District diary youth meeting Hartselle the methodist youth Fellowship of the Hartselle sub District met recently. The program consisted of two solos a Trio and group singing. Banners were awarded to most Chapel Oak Ridge and Forest Chapel. Electric Price probe coming Richmond. Is. March 10 it a a nation wide investigation into Price fixing of electric equipment sold by companies prosecuted in Federal anti Trust Price fixing cases has been started by electric Utility firms. A committee of attorneys representing 80 Utility firms across the United states and three consultants will collect and Analyse prices charged for equipment by the companies and determine what the costs would have been without the Price fixing conspiracy. George d. Gibson general counsel for Virginia electric and Power co., was named to head the committee. Gibson said Friday that information uncovered in the investigation wifi be turned Over to individual utilities to a take Auch action As then appears to be necessary in order to properly protect its this phase is Only a fact finding study Gibson said and any speculation on damage suits at this time would be a hopelessly impossible and organization of the study came As a result of prosecution of some of the nations biggest Eto Tirc firms in Philadelphia last month. Judge j. Cullen Ganey fined 29 of the firms and 44 of their executives a total of $1,924,500, and sentenced seven top executives to 30 Days to jail. Consultants employed to assist in the investigation Are Stone and Webster engineering corp., or. Jerome b. Cohen professor of economics at City College of new York and or. Willard l. Thorp professor of economics at Amherst College Amherst mass. Cemetery fund Val Hermoso Springs All Persona wishing to keep Valuer moso Springs cemetery clean Are asked to mail donations to Leon Chunn value Romeo Springs Ala. Guest speaker Speake Nelson r. Buck Layman of ninth Street methodist Church Decatur will be guest speaker at 11 . Sunday at Lebanon methodist Church. Connecticut was first visited in 1614 by a dutch expedition. A dutch trading Post was established at Hartford to 1624. Adenauer makes his phonograph debut Bonn Germany apr Chancellor Konrad Adenauer 83, made his Public debut on phonograph records this week. He contributed a Reading of autobiographical notes to a series on personalities. Irrigation to Arisona is at Toast 1,000 years old. 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