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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURfER NEWS PAGE THREE Germans Foil Red Maneuver Constitution-Makers Exclude Communist jr From Participation By Vames Devlin BONN, Germany, April 13—</Pt— German constitution-)n;ikcr.s lotlny turned-down a Communist demand lor rejection of the occupation st;/- vUe handed Western Germany by the Western allies. The parliamentary council, charged with drawing up a constitution for a German republic, within the limits of the occupation statute appointed a committee of 11 'o discuss the statute with the West ern military governors in Fiankfnr on Thursday. A Communist move to include German red leader Max Rcinmam In the delegation also was turncc down by the council. "You've raped yourselves," Rei niann cried when the council's steering committee overrode the Communist attempt to reject the statute. He told the committee the statute violated the Potsdam agreement and finalized the splitting of Germany. "The occupation .statute has smashed all hopes of a state, of Berlin (within the Western German government)," he said, "and it has made Western Germany a colonial ijterritory for the Western allies." \ Authoritative -sources yesterday reported the Western allies were drafting plans to make Western Berlin a separate entity with its own parliament. The plan would mean a third government in Germany. A West German government to he set np this year. The Communists have announced plans for a separate East German regime in the Soviet 4-H Sponsors Seek Funds tor U. of A. Project 4-H Club sponsors and delegates 'rom each club will meet with Un- versity of Arkansas exttsion service personnel next Wednesday lo plan the Girls' 4-H Cooperative House fund campaign for this county next Wednesday. Two meetings have been scheduled, and it Is believed that Bob Wimherly, assistant 'advertising manager for Arkansas Power and LEtfht Company, and one of the directors of the campaign will be here to lead the discussion of fund campaign planning. The Jir.sl meeting Is lo be conducted at the Court House In Blytheville at 10 a.m.. for club sponsors nnd delegates east of Big Lake, and the other mcptina will be at the Home Demonstration Clubhouse at Leach- vine at 2 p.m. for those west of the lake. Funds had been solicited for the erection of the cooperative house, for farm girls on the Campus at the University of Arkansas In Fay- etleville. but increased prices in labor and materials has marie It necessary for a second campaign to be launched. It Is hoped that the building will >e ready for occupancy next Oc- obcr. Transcontinental Wheeler Highway Officials See Possible Lowering of Costs of Construction LITTLE ROCK. April 13. W)— Were Inst v.-eek's low Arkansas highway bids an Isolated instance or an indication of a trend? Governor McMath and highway officials—and presumably most private citizens—arc hoping It was the latter. If highway construction costs arc falling, it means the stale can build more highways for the money avail- At, last week's letting, low bids on the ten jobs at stake were a total or approximately $110,000 under the department's cost estimates for the work. State Highway Director j. C. Baker said that the next letting "in about 30 days." will determine whether there is a trend to lower costs. "If the next bids arc below onr cost estimates, ] believe it will indicate that costs are declining," he said. ArkansansSeek Federal Funds To Control Floods WASHINGTON, April 13. (/T)— Money to finance the overall Arkansas River development plan was ougllt here yesterday by an Arkansas delegaticn. The delegation appeared before Senate Appropriations Subcommittee—headed by Senator McCtel- an (D-Arlt)—lo ask that Congress provide funds to sturt the work rolling. The combined navigation-flood control-power project has been authorized. No construction funds have been voted except for scattered Individual flood control works which fit into the plan. The delegation plugged for these specific projects which is said would provide a start on the plan in the state: 1. Tlie Dardancllc flood control and navigation dam on the Arkansas Hlvcr, si, 100,000. 2. Bank stabilization on the river in Arkansas, $2.000,000. 3. The MorriUon cutoff ou the river, 5300,000. Emmet Sanders, Pine Binff, In support of the proposed 52,000,000 for bank stabilization work, mentioned several "critical" spots where the river threatens valuable areas. Rape Charge Filed In Circuit Court New York-bound from Clovls. M. M., In his wheelchair. BUI Lebovv. Infantile paralysis victim for 35 years, orders lunch at a Dallas, Tex., drive-in, while waitress Marie Phillips refills tils water jug. Lebcnv averages from 10 to 15 miles per day in his hand-propelled chair. Infoi'miillon charging HollLt Ed- wiirrt Ncedlmin, 26, of Blythevll'.e with the rape of an elght-yonr-old girl here wiis lllcci today tn Circuit Court. Circuit Judge Charles W. Light ol Parnuould rielnycd arraignment of Neodham until (he 48-hour period required by law between filing of Information and arraignment hud elapsed. Necdham yesteday waived preliminary hearing tn Municipal Court and was ordered by Judge Graham Sudbury to be held for Circuit Court action. Judge siidbury remanded Nml- Imrn to the custody ot Sheriff William IK'rryman to be held without l>ond. Necdh.nn is charged with raping the child in a cab he WLIS driving eailj 1 Sunday morning a.s an "extra" driver, A drive for funds for the girl and her family has !>ccn launched here and the commlltcc heading the campaign today reported that $125 has been collected. Mrs. John Criner said the money received In the drive will be turned over to Hie Church of the Nav.arene, which will present It to ,he family. Asslsllns Mrs. Criner are Mrs. Andrew Mayo, Mrs. Hoy Shepsihcrd and Mrs. Uert Tt'iuuble. Contributions of $f> or more received lo dale Include: Church of Ihc Nazarcne S'J5. Joe Adklns Machine Shop $12, First National Hank $10, AI1C cnb Co. $10. and $5 each from Coca Coin Bottling Co.. IS, A. Lynch, Nunnally Wholesale Grocery Co., Farmers Hank and Trust Co., joe Cagle. Mrs. Harry Lewis and Mrs. O. W. McCulchcon. Defendant Says Death of Wife Was Accidental BENTONVILUE, Ark., April 13— MV-Trlnl of George Coo]>cr In connection with (he strsume denth of his wife, Lois, apparently nearcd the Jury todny. Cooper, charged wllh first dc-Rroe murder, testified ycstwdny Hint the object which caused death—n vnlve stem—entered Ills wife's skull accidentally. The state charges that Cooper, a Oravctte radio repnlrtnan, Inflicted (lie Injury. Mrs. Cooper, M, was found <lciu! after Hie Cooper truck had rolled down an embankment nt Oinvcllc la.st December. Cooper said the Nlem was nttiu'h- ed lo « metal drum ntiiilmL which his wifo was thrown accidentally He testified he suffered n should- Injm-y In tho accident. Accreditation Sought For Pharmacy School LITTLE ROCK, April 13. (if>— The Male's only pharmacy school is liehiR inspected for possible ac-' creditatiou by the American Pharmaceutical Association. Inspection of the pharmacy department at College of the Ozarks, Clarksvillc, is being maue by a committee of tile American Pharmaceutical Association Council of Accreditation. Maynaid Lyons. Ixmoke. retiring president of the Arkansas Pharmaceutical Association, said the national committee will report its findings at a meeting in Jacksonville. >'la., April 30-May 1. The state association Is holding its annual meeting here. • The state association is holding i^s anmml meeting here. A. L. Waddle o[ Harrisblirg was elected to succeed Lyons a.s president o[ the state association. Livestock Soviet Planes Reported Over Iran and Iraq BAGHDAD, April 12— </Pi —A reliable Baghdad source said today Russian airplanes have been flying across Iranian and Iraqi frontiers during the Inst week. Levee Bids Studied LITTLE ROCK, April 13. (/Fill. N. Hodgers and S. X. Jones of Memphis submitted the apparent low bid of S130.838 here yesterday for building one and one-half miles of setback levee on the Arkansas River near Piue Bluff. The bid was $7,000 above U. S. Engineers estimates. NATIONAL STOCKYADDS, III., April 13. (lf>— (USDW-Hogs 10,WO barrows nnd gilts weak to nostly 25 lower than Tuesday's average; sows 25 to 50 lower; bulk :ood and choice 180-210 Ibs 18.5015; top 18.75 250-300 Ibs largely odd lots 17.50-18.25; around JOO- 16.75; most 140-170 Ibs 17.00-1B.25: 100-130 Ib pigs la.SO-l'US; largely 14.00 np; good sows 400 Ibs down 15.50-18.75; over 400 Ibs 13.50-15.25; most stags ll.50-ir.50. Cattle 2,300; calves 900; openini; trade active with steers, heifers and cows continuing to show uneven strength; some deals 25 or more above Tuesday; one load heavy steers in low end of choice grade cialmcd 25.00; other medium and good steers 23.00-24.75; good heifers and mixed yearlings 23.5025.25: common and medium 20.0023.00; good cows 19.00-20.00; common and medium beef co\vs 17.0018.50; canners and cutters 14.0011.00; medium and good bulls 19.5021.00; cutter and common 16.5019.00; vealcrs mostly steady; good and choice 27.00-33.00; with odd head choice 34.00; common and medium 21.00-26.00. No Hnlf Hecause they believe milk Is holy, most nmnad Arabs In Africa will give a traveler milk hut will not sell It to him, according to the Encyclopedia Brltannlca. 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