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MONDAY, AUGUST «, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THRE1 Boylt Denies Influencing RFC Loan— Byrd Would Bar Political Employes from Appearing Before Federal Agencies WASHINGTON, Aug. «. W» —Washington, tend to discredit the Senator Byrd (D-Va) today drafted a bill bo bar any officer or employe of a national political committee from appearing before or attempt- to influence -the federal agency. decisions of This was the Virginia senator's reply to a denial by William M. Boyle, Jr.. Democratic national chairman, that Boyle ever used Influence to help a St. Ijouis printing firm get a $556,000 RFC loan, Byrd said in a statement thai either Boyle is guilty of receiving $3,000 in "commissions" from the firm or he Isn't. Noting that President Truman had said he was looking Into the matter, Byrd added: "He should procrastinate n o longer. As a lifetime member of the' Democratic Parly who has served 12 years on the national committee, it seems to me that both the President and the committee .should regard it as imperative to get to the bottom of this mutter at the earliest possible moment. Perils Pointed Up "To leave the question as it national committee and generally contribute to Ihe creeping moral deterioration which appears to be abroad." Byrd said the bill he plans to offer in the Senate would amend the criminal code. It would prohibit any officer or employe of a national committee from receiving pay for appearing before a Tedei fig PI: ral oc Apartment or agency "or attempting U> influence directly or indirectly any decisions by any federal departments or agencies." Boyle Was Boyle said in 'Counsel" week-end stale- stands further weaken confidence in the administration at meat he had been engaged by the American Lithofold Corporation in February, 1949, as a legal counsel at a monthly retainer of $500. He said he drew $1,250 befcre he suspended all law practice when he became executive vice president of the national committee on April 20, 1949. He later became na tional chairman. "The revainer was for general legal services and had nothing to do with the presentation of the case. I never cii.scus.sed the loan with any one in the RFC. In short, I had nothing to do with the granting of the loan." Youth Slays Father; 'He Kept After Me for Staying Out Late' »TDALLAS. Aug. 8. 'API— A slender, | teen-age ycuth told police he shot his wealthy father to death yesterday because, "lie kept afier me for staying out late at night." Slain was Walace E. Hawkins, 56,S vice-president and general counsel of the Magnolia Petroleum Company. Detective Capt. Will Fritz said 16-year-old John Michael Hawkins admitted that he shot his sleeping father in their fashionable home. The boy cannot be charged with murder under Texas -law. Fritz said charges will be handled as a petition in juvenile court. The youth's mother died nine years ago. He lived alone with his —Conrler News Photo MISTAKEN IDENTITY—If a soldier Is to receive his pay, he must iign his correct name to the payroll, naturally. The three men here watching Douglas p. Morris sign the payroll for National Guard encampment pay are (left to right) Kyle K. Lollor, Max B. James and William Tomlinson of Rlythevilte's Company 'M\ All were Incorrectly-Identified in aturday's Courier News. Wan-ant Officer Fflrd directs the signing, father and servants. __ The boy has two married sisters Mrs. Jnck Palmer of Brownsville Tex., nnd Mrs. E. C. Andrews ol Glendale, Calif. A brother. Charles Is stationed in Arizona with the Air Force. A June graduate of Jesuit Jligh School, yomig Hawkins told Capt. Fritz that he and his father also disagreed over future plans. "My two sisters will get here tomorrow or the next day and until then I will have nothing to say," the youth told reporters. The boy first told police that he had found his father slain. He changed his story after questioning. Negro Sergeant May Spend His Life In Prison for Slaying of Couple Soybeans Seen 4s Cortisone Source NEW YORK, Aug 6 lift— Enough cortisone, the wonder hormone, to treat almost everyone needing it promised in new methods today of making the drug from plentiful raw materials. The producers get it from coal tar, yeast, yams, soy beans and cholesterol, a fat-like material in animal bodies. ' Three new methods, all brilliant chemical achievements, were announced in the journal of the American Chemical Society by scientists of Harvard University and of Merck and Company, of Hallway, N.J. Cortisone is made naturally by jour adrenal glands. As a medicine, it relieves rheumatoid fever, some helps against nieumalic fever, some allergies and eye diseases and many other ailments. Tile medical supply so far has depended upon making it from cattle bile. That source of supply is limited and cortisone has been one of the world's most sought after drugs. The new methods can tap inexhaustible sources of supply. >. RIVERSIDE. Calif.. Aug. «. </D— A young Negro Air Force sergeant, Lawrence Walker, may spend the Jest of his lite in prison for the Maying of a young mother and fattier on a lonely road. .A jury of 11 women and one man returned a verdict of first degree murder yesterday afber^l^hours of actual deliberation"' Trie ir JuTbrs7 ^jho got the case last Friday, rec- ™mmended that Walker be sent to prison for life. He will be sentenced Auc. 18. The 20-year-old defendant was tried on seven counts and was convicted on four of them. The three counts on which the jurors could not agree Involved the rape of Mrs. Betty Mauud. 12, in » Riverside ballpark last February and the pistol whipping of her escort. Even after he heard the verdict Walker maintained the stoic composure that characterized h i m throughout the two-month trial. But his mother, Mrs. Lillian Onquc. *4, of Newark, N.J., collapsed in the Snake-Venomed Scientist Long Suffered Cancer ANN HARBOR. Mich., Aug. 6. fAP) — A university of Michigan scientist who killed himself with snake venom because he couldn't face prosecution for. a petty embezzlement suffered ''continual pain" ^iom cancer for years before his •path. An autopsy on the body of Dr. Malcolm H. Soule. 54. disclosed yesterday that he had cancer of the nose and sinus for 12 years and had undergone several operations in a vain attempt to cure it. court room. Walker was convicted of shooting down Richard Cook, 18, on a desolate back road March 26; of kid- naping com Cook, also 18; of assaulting her with intent to rape her, and finally of murdering her, top, as she fought off his advances In an old rock quarry it miles from the scene of the first murder. tor of tile Louisville Courier Journal, until Wednesday. She had been scheduled to leave today to join the king and miecn at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Agar's stepson. Billy Wallace. wealthy, polo playing blueblood. has been Margaret's escort at all major social events this season. Annen \s a small town in the Prussian province of Westphalia. police station Red Band Blasts Indonesia Police 11 Persons Killed In, Bloody Fighting Behind 'Peace Dove' JAKARTA, Indonesia, Aug. 6 W) -A band of ISO carrying the Com- nnnist - sponsored Picasso peace dove and armed with macliincguns 'ought a bloody battle with police and stonn troopers today In the »rt city of Tnndjong Prlok, 10 nilcs from here. Eleven persons were reported ;il!ed—five of them members of the army nnd police and six of them Reds. At least 30 of the attackers were arrested and at least 15 bystanders were believed to have been injured. The bloody fighting started late last night and police said they were still mopping up in the heavily populated area. Military authorities imposed a dawn-to-dusk curfew and blocked roads^to and from the area. Police refused to Identify the band as Communist, but admitted they were wearing red arm bnnd5 bearing the hammer and sickle Insignia nnd were carrying posters of the famed "peace dove" painted by leftist Spanish Artist Paljto Picasso and adopted as the insignia of the Moscow Inspired world pence campaign. The harbor district Is known as a hotbed of Red activities. The group attacked the harbor Preacher Holds Marrow Margin For GOP Slot LOUISVILLE, Aug. «. (AP) — A il-year-old Baptist lay preacher and ormer appellate Judge clung to an uncertain margin today in his bid for the Republican nomination for governor. Eugene Slier of Williamsburg led W. Howes Meade of Lexington, a former congressman. But the count of ballots from Saturday's primary was barely half completed, and It may be tomorrow before the winner fs known. The Democrat he will oppose In the Nov. 6 election, however, already has been chosen. That Democrat— and he virtually Is certain of election in this Democratic state—Is Gov, Lawrence W. Wctherby. Jordan's Arab Legion Accused of Terrorism engaged in CAIRO. Egypt. Aug. 6. exiled Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Aniin El Husseinl, has accused Jordan's Arab legion of a "reign of terror" against Palestinian Arabs. He told newsmen yesterday that the Legion, ted by British Gen. John Glubb Pasha, has conducted massacres and l"oting since Ihe as- sn-slnrtlon of King Abdullah July 20. He denied that he or his family, bitter enemies of Abdullah, had anything to do with the shooting. fierce fire-fight with 200 police and strom troopers. The band was said to be carrying sten guns and other automatic weapons. Press Romance For Margaret? LONDON, Aug.'S. (AP)—Princess Margaret was linked romantically by London newspapers yesterday with the 24-year old stepson of an American newspaperman. 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Arkansas, et al were plaintiffs and Southern Manufacturing Company, a corporation, el al were defendants, will, »t th» south front door of the court house In Blytheville, Arkansas, on the 14th day of August, 1951, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder upon i credit of three months the following described property located in th« Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wlt: (A) That part of the Southwest Quarter (SW',1) of the Northwest Quoc ler iNW'.i) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Eleven (11) East more particularly described as follows: Tract No. 1. Commencing at a point 865 feet east and 225 feet north of the Southwest corner of the Northwest Quarter (NW?i) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Eleven (11) East, and run thence North 221 feet, thence East 30 feet, thence North 95 feet, to the point of beginning, run thence North 115 feet, thence West approximately 465 feet to East right-of-way line of Frisco Railroad (formerly J. L. C. and E,), thence In a Southeasterly direction with the East line of the said railroad right-of-way approximately 120 feet to a point due West of the point ot beginning, thence East 435 leet, more or less, to the point of beginning, containing 1.19 acres more or less. Tract No. 2. Commencing at a point 865 feel East and 225 feet North of Southwest corner of Northwest Quarter (NWVi) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Eleven (11) East, run thence North 221 feet, thence East 30 feet, thence West 260 feet to point of beginning, thence South 213 feet, more or less to Northeasterly right-of-way Jine of Frisco Railroad (formerly J L. C. and E.), thence in a Northwesterly direction along said right- of-way line to point due West of point ot beginning, thence East 185 feet, more or less, to point of beginning, containing .55 acres, more or less. 'B> Also, the dehydration unit located upon the land described in the foregoing, subpurngraph (A), together with all buildings, utilities, machinery, equipment and personal properly comprising the same Im-ludinB cwithoul limiting the generality of the foregoing) the following: 1—22 x 22 brick construction building. 3 floors, reinforced concrete foundation, with framework (or 4" steel tubing) for four dust collectors, two 00" long cone collectors of 14 gauge iron and all piping to and from collectors: 1—8 foot diameter, 60 feet long dehydrutor plant, outside steel and and cross members of 5/16 plate, concrete base, with air cooled 2x6" bar iron rings, cast steel supporting trunions mounted on 10" I beams and concrete base, together with furnace, 10 foot Inside diameter, 21 feet long, at the entrance to which are located th» following oil burners: Burner No. 1 Type AFL Ray Oil Burner, size 3, serial number 31338, connected to a 14 HP 3 phase, 60 cycle, 220 volt electric motor, equipped with Westinghouse, size No. 1 Starter, class 10-100-S1, stvle 1MM60E. and Wcstinghouse catalogue No. OF321, 30 Amp, 3 phase 60 cycle, 220 volt safety switch; Burner Number 2 Type AFL Ray Oil B\irner. size 3. serial number 31337. connected to a ',i HP 3 phase. 60 cycle, 220 volt electric motor, equipped with Westinghouse, size No. 1 Starter,, class 10-100S1. style 104060E »nd Westinghouse catalogue No. 0321, 30 amp., 3 phase, 60 cycle 220 volt safety switch; . Burner Number 3 | ' Size 56 Johnson Oil Burner, Serial number 8557, with Johnson Serial No. 1016 Turbo Fan, Size 930, powered by TA HP Motor with Westinghouse, size 2 DN Starter, class 11-200ST, 3 phase, «0 cycle, 220 volt, and catalogue No. 321, style 997SS67H, 3 phase, «0 eycte, 220 volt safety switch; together with the following equipment appurtenant to laid deny- ' drator plant: Dehydrator Drive Motor 15 HP Westinghouse ball bearing. styl« 1W2450, »erl»l K». 14145, Motor speed 1750 RPM, 3 phase, to cycle, 230 roll; itirter for motor Westinghouse Magnetic cross the line, iiz» Ho. 3 DN, class 11-20062, 3 phase, «f> cycle, 320 volt; WestlnghouM cmtalofu* No. 323 safety switch, serial No. 11831140, 9 phase, 00 cycl«, 230 wit; power transmitted to motor by four B Section BelU; 100 Mrtei to » Boston Speed Reducer, catalogue No. TdSO, Serial No. 2*1500, rmtl* 60 to 1, power speed reducer to trunions of dryer transmitted through Diamond Roller Chains No. 410. Eshanit Fan for Dryer: No. 25 Clarage, equipped with LS Wheel; fan driven by W«tin»house type 1262289 electric motor, Serial No. 13445, 1750 rpm, t phase, 60 cycle, 220 volt; starter for motor, Westinghouse magneti* cross Ihe line size 3 & 4 class 11-20053; safety switch catalogue No. 324, Westlnghous* serial No. 1190634C, power from motor transmitted to fan by 5C Section V belt*, series 120. Feedlin Fan: ' • No. 19 Clarage, catalogue No. 78588, equipped with LS Wheel; Mo- tar for fan Westinghouse, catalogue No. 1018050, Serial No. 36*45, 1 phase, 60 cycle, 220 volt, 20 HP, 1150 rpm; starter Westinghoust magnetic cross the line size 3*4, Serial No. 11200553. safety «witch Is Westinghouse, catalogue No. 324, serial No. 1190034C, power from motor transmitted through four C belt* of 120 series. Cooling Fan Size 35 Continental, serial No. IM7; 15 HP Westinghouse Motor, 1750 rpm. type 1262450, serial No. 19145, 3 phase, 60 cycle, 120 Tott; Westinghouse magnetic cross the line starter, class 11-200S2, stie J, 3 phase, 60 cycle, 220 voll; safety switch Square D, catalogue No. 96353, Series 1. power from motor transmitted to fan through four B Section V belts, 100 series. Grinding Equipment Bauer size 38 attrition mm, serial Nu. 9045, powered by two TS HP Allis-Chalmers slfpring motors, Motor No. 1 being serial No. 2327K Y26O. 3 phase, 60 cycle. 220 volt, starter being Westlnghous* type P magnetic controller 6 F15, equipped with grids and drum controllers; safety switch Square D, catalogue No. 46355, series No. 3; Motor No. 2 being Serial No. 2327Y-26C, 3 phase, 60 cycle, 220 volt, starter being Westinghouse Magnetic controller 6 F15; safety switch Square D. catalogue No. 46355, series No. 3; power from each of these motors transmitted through lOc Section V belts of 128 Series; Exhaust Fan for Attrition Mill Link Belt 9" screw conveyor, driven by Foot Bros. Motor Speed Reducer Unit; speed reducer being Serial No. G2656A, ratio 25 to 1, direct connected to «lectrlc motor manufactured by DIehel & Co. type IN. Serial No. 900015, fra.-ne No. IN 254-122, 3 phase, 60 cycle, 220 volt; Starter for motor being Westinghouse magnetic crosi the line size No. 1, class 11-200 SI. Exhinsl Fan for Attrition Mill No. 11 Clarage, direct connected to Westinghouse electric motor, 3600 rpm, type 1018031, serial No. 6144. 3 phase, 60 cycle. 220 volt; starter being Westinghouse magnetic cross the line, size 2, class 11-200S2, 3 phase, 60 cycle 220 volt; safety switch being Westinghouse catalogue No. 323. Serial 1183114C. 3 phase, 60 cycle. 220 volt. (C) Also, all rights of way. switch bracts, easements, franchises and privileges of every character, which are now (or hereafter may be) appurtenant to said dehydration unit or used In connection therewith. (D) Also, all additional land (or interest therein) which the Mortgagor may at any time hereafter acquire in connection with the enlargement of the plant site for the operation of said dehydration unit. (E) Also, all machinery, equipment (Including automotive equipment) and personal property of any character which Is used or useful in the dehydration Industry Including particularly all Items similar to those listed In the foregoing subparagraph <B). at any time hereafter acquired by the Mortgagor and used In (or acquired for use im the operation of the dehydration unit aforesaid). 1 Parmall Tractor—Model F20: Serial No. 130859 3 Redpath Harvesters manufactured by Redpalh Harvester Company. Olathe. Kansas, serial Nos. 24, 65 and 66. together with 2 Fox Cutters No. 224. 1 Diamond T 2'.? Ton Truck, with long wheel base. Model 404HHS. Serial No. 40-11431. upon which Is mounted 1 galllon hydraulic hoist and body, type OH 561P. No 72569. I Farmall Tractor—Model H, Serial No. 256832. subject to a prior lien of 5163.00. 1 Westinghouse Electric Motor type CW. 200 HP. 3 phase. 60 cycle, 1770 rpm. Serial No 42195M Above motor Is part of a Westinghouse starting grid and drum controller The above motor is directly connected to 1 48 x 40 heavy duly Hammermlll. 1 Fuel Oil Pump: Demlng 2902. for unloading fuel oil. equipped with V-belt drives and 200 fe-'», of piping. 1 84" Cyclone with 30 feet of pipe: no Serial Number. 1 1046 Ford cab-over-engine long wheelbise truck, upon which Is mounted 1 galllon hydraulic hoist body type GH567P. Serial No. 76247: subject to a prior Hen of $925.00 to the General Contract Purchase Co. 1 1916 Chevrolet Truck cab-over-englne long wheclbase. upon which Is mounted 1 gallion hydraulic hoist and body, type GH 567P, Serial No. 76248. 1 International Hi Ton Truck. D30, Motor No. 7633. Serial No. 3659. with steel body. 1 Link Belt Motor Speed Reducer, type DM. directly connected to a 1 5 HP General Electric Motor. 1 8-thousand gallon oil tank, no serial number. This deed of trust Is Intended to cove: the above described property and any and all additional personal property purchased by the grantor during the life of this mortgage. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security and a lien will bo retained upon all of the property until the purchase price Is paid In full. Witness my hand as such Commissioner In Chancery this July 20, 1951. HARVEY MORRIS (Seal) Commissioner in Chancery. OSCAR FENDLER, Attorney for Pialntlffs. 7/33-30-8/*

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