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TUESDAY. MAY 21, Ifl. BLYT1IEVILLK (ARK.) COURIIOIl NKWS PACE Five Are Killed In Auto Crashes Two Others Meet Violent Deaths in / State in Two Days. ', By United Press Six violent deaths have occurred in Arkansas in the past two days, and LKtle Rock police continued (heir hunt today for a seventh viellin wlio jumped off a downtown bridge into the Arkansas river about noon yesterday. Five died as the result of automobile accidents, one person died from self-inflicted gunshot wounds, nml the seventh Jumped Into Uic river. Funeral services were planned this afternoon at Eudora for William Harold Stcphenson, Jr. 2(1. of pine Bluff, who died yesterday nflcrnoon of injuries suffered Saturday in a collision at Pine Bluff. Jewel cossey. 23. of Roland, dlctl at MorriHon Hospital yc.stcrday of injuries suffered In n wreck hear BUelovv Saturday. A passenger in Ihe vehicle. H. C. Harrison ol Houston, was seriously injured. Camp Robinson Public Relations Office announced the names yesterday of two soldiers who died as the result of a Sunday morning accident on the post. Pvt. Arnold Polston. 19. of JabC'f. Ky.. died yesterday at the camp hospital while Pvt. Kdv.-in R. Lord. 19, 01 San Saha. Tex., died in an ambulance cnroute to the hospital shortly after the accident. .SerLjt. Don f(. Foster of Oklahoma City, driver of tile 3-4-lon truck was sliphtly injurecl. Arthur Jackson. Pine Bluff Negro, was killed by a hit-rim driver Sunday morning. At Bcrryville. Sam F. Jones. 33. killed himself accidentally yesterday while cleaning his shotunn, Coroner Hay L,, Nelson announced. And in Little Rock, police rc- ,.sumcd their search this morning > for the body of an unidentified man who was seen 1o Jump from the Main Street Bridge into the Arkansas river about 1:30 yesterday afternoon. Hoover Sees World Famine Relief FROM THESE^"HAVES'' OTHER WESTERN HEMISPHERE STATES •10.000 TONS TO THESE "HAVE NOTS"Bif Maps above show, top, possible supplies of cereal foods available for distribution to the famine- threatened areas shown below, as described by Herbert Hoover in his reccivt report to 1-resilSent Truman after a 35,000-mile tour which look him to 22 food-deficient countries and to five which hove surpluses. Figures on lower map show his estimate of the- food import needs of these nations as from May 1 to September 1. Hoover points out that cereals, pavticulaily wheat nnd rice arc the primary need, as they can furnish 85 per cent of emergency diet. Note that there is a deficit of 3,587,000 tons between food available and total amount needed. Mutual Admiration Party Big Plane Hits Skyscraper, Killing Five NEW YORK, May 21. (UP)— Tos was blamed today for the death of five persons in an army transport plane that roared through the concrete and steel wall of the 58th floor of a Wall Street skyscraper last night as its pilot groped by instrument lor the Newark, N. J., airport. Apparently the five, persons aboard the plane did not realize they were amonjj New York's skyscrapers until a few seconds before the plane, estimated to have been traveling at 150 miles an hour, crashed into the 70-story Bank of Manhattan building. WAC 1st Lt. Mary E. Bond. n. passenger, crossed her fingers as the building sudde'iily appeared but the swirling fog L Hor fin^e-*s were stilt c osscd when her body > removed fiorn the plm£b nrlimpled-.fuselage inside trio build- infe. 'The Army eirly todn\ announce^! the names of four of the victim nfler their next of kin had ' bee' notified. They were 1-t. Bond, New town. Pa.; 1st Lt. Robert L. Steven son, Bronx, N. Y.; Capt. Tom L Hall. Austin. Tex., and 1st Lt. An- gc'o A. Ross, Whitehall, N. Y. Police identified the fifth victin as Mnj. ATansel R. Campbell o: Pontiac. Mich., pilot of the plane. Holland Pupil Wins $1,000 Scholarship Randall Workman, valedictorian >f Holland. Mo., nigh School, HHIi, las been awarded a SI.000 scholarship at the University of Missouri. V Ihe Missouri Society of Colonial Dames of America. He received the scholarship by ranking hit-best on competitive te.sts in Citizenship. The scholarship provides a payment of $250 n year toward fees at Ihe University as Ions as a -superior rating Is maintained in class work and a course in history is selected each year. Randall has completed the high '" K ' {Tornadoes Strike In Two States Two Persons Killed, 75 Injured in Texas And North Carolina. Hy Vllltnl Press Two wldely-st'pnrntcd' areas In North Carolina and Texas were iecovcrlnn touay from tornadoes which killed two persons and Injured about lii others, The tornadoes .struck jvslcrrtny ill Klnston. N. C.. nnd I.orcdo, Tex., on the Mexican border. Hospital facilities were taxed to cuimclly. nnd the Southern Kcd , cruss headquarters at Atlanta tlls- ptiu'hed disaster workers to Kinston alter Ihe twister rlppec lliroiiKli Ihe outskirts of the city at 8:M p. in. (EST.I. one person died and 50 others were hurt. Several homes and smull business buildings in the lobacco- miinufaclurliid center were leveled by the storm. A 75-mile an hour tornado which struck earlier in the day at Laredo, across the Hlo Orande In Mexico, killed one mini and Injured ul Umsl 24 othei 1 iX'iMins, Kliihl persons were In serious condition In hospitals on the Texas side of Hi river, and n others In Nrn'vo Laredo were Injured by IB glass and other wreckage. Niu'vo l.urcdn Mayor Jesus M, C'ltrcia estimated Ihe damage at 50(.,CCO pesos (approxlmnlcly $100.- CCft.) The tornado ilestroyed five wooden structures and » two-story bulldlnj.' In Nuevo Laredo, and It wns feared thnt other bodies mlyht be burled In the Jumbled wrcck- Thc Iwhter. striking suddenly and without warning, ripped o[i the lull of a plane preparing to tukc off for Mexico City train the l.aiedo airport. ODT Director who will operuti 1 rnilroiuls under the I'lrslitciu'K sel/.ure order. (NKA TclcphotoJ Georgia Governor Seeks Way to Bar Ku Klux Klan ATI ANTA. CIH.. Mny 21. lUl'l — Gov. Kills Arnull Inday revenli'd he hii<i asked Ihe slate atlmney general fur a rulliii: on what "can be done leually" with Ihe Ku Klux Kliin In Cieoritln. He suld the recent KKK dlsiilay c(?serralcd stone mountain nnd brought (lie mime of Cleorulu Into ridicule. The -governor said II was not • "necessary lo hide unylhliiK In 1 Ihe slate behind hoods, witchery nnd hooiloolsm." Arnall asked Ally. Ceil, lien Cook lo search Ihe laws of Ihe state to determine If the lOnn could iml be outlawed or have their charter withdrawn. Mississippi County. • The umlersltincil sUtcs Hint, he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has beeix revoked within live yours last pust; and that the umlcr- sie.ncd luiH never l>cen convlctpd of violating the laws of Ibis state,, or any other slate, relating lo the sale of alcoholic liquors J. W. Alexander anil llruce Uyrd. (Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20 day of May. 11)40. Mrs. Marshall Illackiivd 'al> Notary Public. My commission expires Mnrch 0, 1 !)•!!). WAKMN'G OKDF.lt In Ihe Chancery Court. Clilclmsaw- IM District, Mississippi Cuunty, Arkansas, Hen 11. Downline PlnlntlfT, vs. No. flTOl ' Tliclina Kllnnmc OnvmlnK nefendiint The defendant Thelimi Kllnmac the 'nallon's' 'xl'l '>"wntnK. Is hereby warned to .ip- years last past; and that;the i signed hais never been oomM*4<«4 violating the laws of till* «Utt, or nny other state,.relating to the wle of alcoholic liquors - ^ * • ' Charlie Johnwa, Subscribed and, sworn to before me this 20 day of Uiy, 1M6. Mrs. Marshall' Blackard (Seal) Notary Puttie, My commission expires Mar. 4, IMS. pear within thirty days in the coutt limned In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plulu- tlil Den II. DuwnlhK. Dated this 'M day of May, 10-10 IIAHVKY MOItlllS, Clerk Ky r'relda nrlsjht. l>. C. Kcl IV Cook. Ally, for I'ltf. llowanl Moore, Ally, ail l.ltem. NOTU'i: Notice Is hereby jilven that thr iiiHlersliined will within the llmi llxi-tl by l«w apply to the Comints iiloni-r of Revenues of the Stale o I Arkansas for a permit, to sell bee ' retail at Itltll W. Hose, Hlylhc at Harding College Buys Mephis Radio Station WARNING ORDER lu the C'hihwy C«ui, CMck*- »uwlKi District, MiMfaitppi C«w*- ty, Arkanta*. r \\i\\\ Lane .. Plaintiff, vs. No. 9602 anile T. Pox Defendant. The defendant, Jamie T. Fox, to icreby warned to appear within hlrty'days In the court named'In he caption hereof and answer the :umplaint of the plaintiff, Alvin *ane. ' ; ' '" ' bated this 20 day of May. IMC. HARVEY MOJIRIB, Olert, ny Freldd Bright, D. C. [luck & SudlHiry, Ally, for Pltf. ' 5 ; 21-2a-6;4-H vllle. Mississippi County. The nnderslHiied .slates that he- I a citl/cn of Arkansas, of uood moral chiirncler, that he has never been convicted of n felony or other crime Involvlni; moral turpitude: that -.10 cense to sell beer by the under- cd has been revoked within UvuJ Radio S«rvic« Refrigerator Service Fred L*wter Washer, Ironer and ' Gas Engine Service ran* rni . . Vacuum Cleaners, Pane, Iron* • and Bmall Appliance* IU- iwilred. ' ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY, Inc. J. W. Adams, Mjrr. rhune 2071 Z»6-«« W. Notice Is hereby given that Urn undersiiincd will wllhln I be lime fixed by law apply to the Cuininls- staler of Revenues of Ihe Stale of MKMi'HIS, Tenn., Mny 111. (Ul'l — President George lieiison, ot Harding College. Searcy. Ark., announced today thnt the college hail purchased radio station WHIiQ ^fclnpllls Mutual Network outlet. Jienson said the purchase, subject to FCC approval, was made us an investment. He said $300,000 svas paid to stockholders of broadcasting station WI1I3Q, Inc., for the layout. "Tlic school Is n service Institution arid n teaching organization." licnson said. "Radio Is the grandest means in the world for tcach- Arkansas for lit retail al a permit, to sell beor Main St., I-cachvllle, school course in three years. He is editor o[ the school paper, president of the Student Council, the outstanding player on the ba.sket- ball team, a member of the school band, mixed chorus, boys quartette, and accompanist to the glrl.s Glee Club. He was selected by the faculty (by secret ballot) as the best all-around boy of the ID4G Senior class. Benson said the college planned no changes in station personnel, but would offer more service pro- Rrams and use the .station for training radio personnel. John Morqco, left, and his son Paul, right, of Cleveland, Ohio,, recently pa'sscrl oUt' : eigar3 to each other, slhpped each other- oh the:' back and, ; cxchanged congratulations—forifutlfcr'and .son he'came! fathers on the sumc 'day; 'To the elder Moraco, a son, John, Jr. \\<is bom, just fotii hours itid the minutes after his sons^sop, 1 ,PaUl, Jr came along, ^ I Returning of Bodies Of American War Dead V/ill Be Slow Process I Veterans Administration Officers Hold Conference LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. May 21. fUPl—Two separate conferences of. Veterans Administration officials were booked for final sessions here today. L. L. Thornhill. contact officer for / Ihe V-A. called in IS contact repre- } sentativcs stationed in central and "southeastern Arkansas to discuss the handling of real estate and business loans to veterans under the G. I. Bill of Rights. proposes to lease ihc installations from the War Assets Administration. Articles of incorporation for the non-profit group were filed yesterday with Secretary of State C. C. Hall. James Pcnick, president of W. B. Worthcn Co., bankers, was named president of the organization. The aiui of the corporation will be to sub-lease space in the muni- molh $33.999,999 plant to diversified industries needing space to operate In Arkansas. Included in WASHINGTON. May 21. CUPl — The first of the nation's war dead will be brought home from overseas about mid-winter at thc earliest. Military authorities can account for 291,895 bodies of the approxi- niately 305,528 Army. Navy, Marine and Const Gunrcl dead and missing of World War If. Most of these lie in temporary (rhTja"ck!sonv'i'irc"oHl!dinB' arc seven cemeteries in forciBn lamls-240,48J , self-contained industrial areas and of the bodies identified and 12,572 | a numbc| . o[ sma n cr unlt , s in thc as yet unidentified. Another 38.8«>| administrative area Located some bodies rest in isolated graves about j, 5 m , ]cs (rom UMc Rock (h( , thc world. About half of these ' graves have been located, and about ID.OOO of the dead identified. Most of the bodies not accounted for will never be recovered. They Four Murder Suspects Jo /Get Hearings Friday FORT SMITH. Ark.. May 21.' (UPi —Preliminary.hearings for four defendants chin ged v* ith first degrre murder following the fatnf <;tnbblUH of a Port &mith adveittshig sales mm list Ffitfas ue to be held to morrow. Thc four E. M. Sharp, May Bell Clark, Mavis Cameron nnd Marvin Arnold, arc in the Sebastian County jail in connection with the death nf J. P. Law. Sharp told officers thnt lie stabbed Law In a quarrel ovci 95 cents. Of the 543,852 arrest records examined, 282.332. or 51.0 per cent represented persons having records of prior arrests. Sleele-Cooter Society—Pcr:onal Ivan R. Van Patten Your Stiles Ilcpresentnllvc for Itlythevillc and all of Northeastern Arlumsiis The ARKANSAS Automobile Club Atmialed with Amer. Auto Association A. A. A. "" Kesldencr 41K So. l.akr Kcslclcnre Tlinne 210!) BI,VlUi:VI[,I,K, AUK. FARM PITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. • Fkone 3646awl2515 iMrii. c. D. Mm tin has 'returned -l.dm St. Lonl.s, where she hull visil- cd friends for a, week. She. \vns ac- ::pmpanlccl home by Miss Charlotte KtHinor of Chicago. 'Miss Eula MattltiKly of Olovls, Ni.'.Jiiex., Is the housegucst of Mr. ariit 'Mrs. n. J. Tatum fot three weeks, Read Courier News W»nt Ads. I contains about 7.342 acres, and its | 8M buikiiu havp a tota , arca f llG 35,000 square feet ^h C ornhiM ouUined Uie specific ol>-'»™ the remain, of n,en vvho perish- jective as awuring veterans maxi- «> at sea or behmd enemy hues. mum, benefits under thc loan program. While thc contact men met \vith Thornrnil. V-A training supervisors took Instruction courses under A. O. Thompson, chief of the training and education section. According to V-A public relations officials, thc next big job on the V-A schedule is vocational rehabilitation and education. A decentralization program is planned, so that supervision and placement of veterans in training can be handled from smaller offices close to thc veteran's home. Businessmen Lease Big Ordnance Plant LITTLE ROCK. May 21. (UP) — Jacksonville's Arkansas Ordnance Plant will be converted into a multi-million-dollar industrial area under plans announced by the greater Little Uock development, corporation an organization set up under thc direction of thc Little Rock. Chamber of Commerce. The Approved DDT Residual Spraying Blythcville Insecticide Co. Harold Phone 558 Wright, Mgr. 907 E. Cherry LADY NEARLY CHOKED WHILE LYING IN BED- DUE TO STOMACH GAS One lady said a few cinys aso, that she used to be afraid to po to bed at night. She was swollen with stomach gas, which always got worse when she went to ted. and thc g!\s would rise up in her throat, after she lay down and would nearly choke her. She couldn't lie flat. Had to prop herself up on pillows. Fieceiitly this lady got INNER-AID and now says gas is Bone, stomach feels fine, bowels arc regular and she cjm go to bed and sleep soundly. INNER-AID contains 12 Great Herbs: they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon Iccl dilTerent nil over. Ho don't go on sulTcring! Get INNER- AID. Sold by all drug stores hcie ' Blylhevillc. For Complete Insurance Service Phone 3545 W. J. Pollard Agency Glencoe Hole! BIdg> * \ Y Eudora Man Killed PINE BLUFF, Ark.. May 21. iUP> Funeral services were planned this afternoon for William Harold Sle- phenson. Jr., 2D-yenr-okl son o! Mr. and Mrs. W. li. Stephenson of E:i- dora. who died yesterday from injuries Saturday night in an automobile accident, surviving are his wife, five children, two brother.;, three slstcis ami his parents. Helps build up resistance against MONTHLY FEMALE PAIN When taken r«guUrly! LTdla E, Pinklinm's Vcgetnblfi Compound DOES MOT:Z thuii relieve monthly pain when due to Ivmc- tlonal periodic disturbances. It also relieves accompanying wcax, llrcn, nervous, Jlttory feelings — of such nature. Taken ret, r >''nrlj-- rinliht-ni J Compoxiiid t.elps nnlM tip it.-ilstuficc Hgnln^t svictiiiiuiiliil) clli.1*""- 1 . j. Plu^- You bet it pays to get the real IH parts for your tractor. You can't beat them. They are made in the same plants, by the same men who build them for the original tractors. They will fit and wear and give the same long satisfaction as the originals. So why take a chance on substitutes.' Give us a list of the parts you need and we'll get them ready for you. DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY BlythevHU, Ark. McGORMlCK-DEERING MACHINES, PARTS AND SERVICE

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