THURSDAY, APRIL 21, IMS) m.YTHEVILI.E (ARK.) COURIER N'EWS .PAGE ELEVEN Weapon Sought In Knife Slaying Little Rock Man's Body Found on Road East of City Parents Held In Baby's Death i 21 LITTLE nOCK, Alk., April M')— O/ficei's today searched for weapon niirt a motive In the fata stabbing of a Little Roi'k lunexRe 5ho]> manager. The body of rUcliard (Dick> Neal, 30, was found last night Ijesicie a little (raveled 8>'avcl rond ea.st of North Little Rock. Dr. Howard A. Dishongh, roroncr, said Neal had been stubbed at least seven times, in the bfick, the head and the right bicT-jw. Prog giggers \vho found Neal's body nl.so found liis automobile some yi!> feel away. The lights were on and tlie koy was in the ignition switch. The door was oi>en on the driver's side. Two sets of key.s wcie discovered in the road near the automobile. No billfold \va.s found. Sheriff Tom Gllllev said Neal was attacked outside the automobile as the car's interior \ as clear of blood. The injured man's course down ihe road to ihe spot where he collapsed could be traced by bloodstains. Neal, ',vho was unmarried, managed Walrtcnbci'B's. a long estnb- llslied lugKage firr here, lie was a member of a pioneer Little Rock ' family. His mother is Mrs. Kappy Waldenberg Neal. Mr. ;md Mrs. Martin King listen to Icslinumy fit coroner's InqucsL In Chicago into death of their (onr-month-old .daughter, Kathleen. Dr. Harry G. Leon, coroner's physician, testified '.he .-hikl died of nialiHilrl- tion, and that he found Ucr body "encrusted with dirt up to her chest," He ^aid un autopsy showed "iibsohilely no f<-(-d" In the child's siommrh. Dujnity Coroner O-scur Tut'kcr roconuneiuied , hni the parents IJR charged with inan.slaughter. The Kings arc held wu.ioul charge by police, i,AP Photo.) Dixfe Coal Operators Ask Contract Talks WASHINGTON. Api-ll 21. OV>-Southern con) mint 1 DWtiers called uichiy lor eurly tiilks on u iu'\v con tract, nnd c:nnUmcd Jo] in I.. Lewis I hut mcicuM'd labor costs iniuhl menu ix slmrp cut in production. Grubbing tlie inUiutivi' from Lewis, Joseph K. McuKly, pivMdml of the Southern Ciml Producers Assn- clulion,-sent the mim- workers leader a formal notice that the invsrul contract wilS expire .him- 30 Mmtdy :isked that uvrnnnciiK'nts "be mmte promptly" lur iH'^oliation.s on u now IMH\ «,-isomlUip was lorinrd wtlh n coin- I mnn iMLcreM, nerd, nnd under- ! .siur.duiL,, .'mi c;imc io Arkuiixt.s in i Umo, when sDybi'iin.s lir.s| brcutnt' j an iutpnilLinl crop lirrc. and th.il [ the progrum.s hmunumlcd in I lie snyljfiin producing states <il 1 Hin- dis mid Iowa ILLS I year. Die one- lilih mi' per bushel tntiri noul, luui brcn bio UK hi southward, a> I tie South bct-iiiiic recognized us .soy• YANGTZE Livestock Continued from JM(jc I train liojn UK- north. Anuiiu; llu-in wi'i'e live wounded. Survivors stild H9 ollk:eis IHK| crcwnii-u wero hllll aboard Ihe sloop. I Chief Telly OLlker Duvld lleuth j suitt the Amethyst went, a^ronml when a Communist .stiell In! tin- wheel hou.u' and Junnnc-d her con- I iruls. ' The sloop's nuns, (rallied cm Communist POM turns, were tpik'kly put out ol mm mission by lied tire, lie '• Mild. i HiMih MI id al Ibis point i\ vvliilr M;ir. wits nilM'd but tin- Cmmmin- \ isis kepi on MrlnK. 'I'hi- BriUsli xul- 01 s wcii 1 ordered to ubiindnn ship mid Hit' men swam U(H) yanls (:> ilie south shnrr ol the river. j More Miitt.s-h .ships, Die Heltust inul C'onsliince. are en voute to (hi- YuiiKl'''^. ' l Loiidui) Adniirally staU-- I Aboard Hn- London wus Vice Adrn. 1 A. <.!. Ci. Maddrn. M-cond In coiu- ! mmui ol I he HrLtl.sh l-'ur Kustern IsiMton. NATIONAL S'LOCICYAHDS, 111, April 1M. (J'j —(Uy»A> —UOBS y,, r il)o; bnSTOWS nnd K 1Us 2f» lo &0 lowei 1 i him uveinvie Weilnesidiy; sows steady to l!5 tower; bulk KOOC! «»*' choice 180-240 lU.s 111,01); tup IH'2f) 17(111-75; HO-170 ll)« 111 .!>(»-17.W); loo-un Hi p»KH i:i,oa-ui.uo; ^ooit MIWS lOrt I Us (t»wil 15.00-10 ^. r »; nvcr ItlD Ibs |;UK)-M,75; sli^s U OU-1H.5[», Cattle l.riOt); calves ODO; openltij; U'Lide slow on steers, tew odd lots roo u Hr.hlwetKhts •i-l.fiO-J.'i.OO; meil- bnn ipiallly replacetncnt steers :!'J.rill. tit Id Inly uom! hellrt'.s uiul mixed yen I linns l!;i.r>ll-y-l.'/. r i; lew to '!.-> DO; couunnn and lurilhim '2(} 1)0- 'J'-'Mi; mutd COWH u nil i ml U> SD-'^MHI; txuntiion n ml medium t^ei't co\\s I'J.OU- Ul,0(>, these nboul steuo!y; en line rs and ciil It 1 ].-; sliKV \\ ilh bids unevenly kiwi 1 )". i Negro Deaths I PIIIUTH! services for Dllhe .Sluton, ,'.','. w!u> dtcd Sunday tn the hoim; j ol u diuinhU-i' nt 1H Wt-.st Colevidi'.t! Ksireel. weiv cimducled tliK alter- I noon In tin- llnpHsl t-hmcli. ML) Knst Olevclund Bticct, »nd, burial was in the Burloh Spur Comctevy. inv. T. H. llaywood coiuluclcd the rile. 1 ;, she b .survived by her hiw- Diuui, I, M. Slnlon, seven daughters nnd three sons, Selestlne Hur- 1/CKU-sln Allison. Myrte Htntoii and Chr.rley Stiilon, nil of Illylhe- ville; Kt\Mi\ Stalon of Uell; Maggie Hobbllt cl Chlcayo; Pccola Crctuslituv nutl Ixiln Cobb of Jollet, Til.; lical- iiurc Crowley of Cleveland, Ohio, iinil Molllt! DnvM of St. Louis; nLso IS grandchlkhcil and >lx frtat grandchildren. Home Funeral Home was in charge, 4% HOME LpANS Klljert 8. Juhncon The Equitable'Life Assiu'ftnce Society I'lione 6228 KTenlnfS JO Scouts in Troop 37 Gef Tenderfoot Badges Ten members of Scout Troop 31 received their tenderfoot badges flt tenderfoot investiture services in connection with the dedication of the Troop's new building on the American Legion Lot. Tuesday The troop is sponsored by the Dud CBSOU Post 24 of the American Legion, and IK 25 years old. and just this week obtained n permanent home. The building was dedicated by Nick Shivlcy, who challenged the Scouts to live up to the crecdF of thslr organization. The charter commission was presented to James Gates, chairmar of the troop committee for the Legion, and the scoutmaster ant assistant scoutmaster. Kenneth and Lee Richardson wore presented will their commissions from the Nation at Boy Scout Council. Worth Hold er. district commissioner, presenter' the charge and coin mission to thi ^ scouters. Those to receive tenderfoot bad ges were: Leonard Dlxon, Lann; Fowier, Jewel Dixon. A. J. Sheltor Hoyt Crawford. Lloyd Rhoads. Charles Goforth, Harold Kcsler, Oliver Coppedge and Donald Fowler. Blytheville PTA Units Obtain High Ratings SOYBEANS To Discuss Housing C. A. Cunningham, rent control director for the Blytheville area, today was notified that a scries of radio talks by Tighe E. Woods, national housing expediter, would begin Monday. The talks will be over the ABC network and can be heard h^re at 8:45 p.m. The .series originally was .scheduled to start Snuday. New 'Quake Hits Chile Four of the live Parent Teacher Association units from Blytheville. •epie.st'nted nt the State conforeni x Little Rock this week, brought iR the highest possible ratine — superior,—and the other school was sited as excellent. The PTA units nui.st have a total of MOO points, rated from the way they have completed a four-point program during the year, to rate superior. The pro R ram includes hen Hh. parent education, world understanding and school education. Central. Sucibury, Junior Hifih, and High School P.T.A. units rated superior nnci the Lange sch<*il as excellent. Mrs. C. E. Graves and Mrs. Leonard Johnson rcpre.se n ted the Central P.T.A., Mrs, George Stilhvcll and Mrs. Harry Bognn. Snrlbury; Mrs. Buford Yoinip and Mrs. R E. Van Koosicr. hipli school, and Mrs. J. Fnrris McCalla. Lanpe. Jun-I ior high school was not represented, but since Mrs. Graves is also a member, though not a delegate, of the unit, received the rating for that P.T.A. In other action during the conference, Mrs. Cnrroll Wntson of Osccola was Installed as new district director, to succeed Mrs. Jesse White of Blytheville. During the Lifetime Membership Breakfast ceremonies, Tuesday morning. Mrs. White was presented a lifetime membership pin by the six P/r.A. units in BlyLhcvllle. There were approximately 20 delegates from the fifth district, composed of five comities in Northeast Arkansas, represetited nl the meeting. Only 1.1 schools aver the entire state received superior nUnies, and four of these were from BlylhcvHle. Continued from Page 1 s'.jcli as the oleomargarine tax:, and :i .soybean promotion program. He indicnUjri that the.se needs required the thuuico program explained by Mr Hp;.-ln\s. In Mr. Straycr's address it wn.s |)i>nv!f(t out Dial America produced ^20.000.000 bushels of .soybeans last \c;ir r>r r. total of 30.000.003 busheb i<- Uutn anv other year. In coti- nr-ction with this increase It was pointed out that per capita use o! !.il)te .spreads using soybean oils wus tkcrea.sinK. and that tlie per i'apit:i ii>;e of margaritie hati risen to >,ix pounds in 1S148. I'rice Supports Assured a.sic reasoning Mr. Strayer .said, show.s that 1049 will be a wood year for joybe.in production, with price .support I'.^urcd, nnd .such agencies r\.s ih? EGA. Army, and iniirgurine proce^;or M phinniiif; to increase their u,se ol royheatijs by 50 per cent. Mr. B.inta pointed out thul the American Soybean A-^-sociation \v:is .activ** in 40 countries, and had 63.000 members. Both he and Mi". St raver expressed Hie idea that when soyfcoaus are growing, thr proiiuc 1 ' 1 ) is produciiiK more edible oi:.s per acre nnd also more vegetable pro'cm per acre than any other eviip. Mr. Rnnk.d explained that tlie SANTIAGO. Chile, April 21. UP)— Another eartht]u:ike .shook South Central Chile today. A severe .shock in that region Tuesday night killed 41 persons, according to Interior Ministry reports. Read Courier News Want Ads Tlie t f I'm "m id.sh i pm n n" was first applied to boys who carried orders between officers in the after cattle ami .sailors in the forecastle and hence were often amidships. Tt is now applied to U.S. Naval Acad- emv Riuaent.s. IW IEIW001 AWRIIIt* A STVIf FOR IVIHr HOMl . . . A DESIGN (OK !VE«» OPINING DEAL'S PAINT STORE 109 East .Main Phone 4460 as the Calendar ure SFAGRAWS 7 CROWN. BLENDED WHISKEY. S6.3 Piool. 65°,', Giain Neutral Spirits. Seagram-Distillers Corporation. 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