The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 10, 1949 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 10, 1949
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WEDNESDAY, 'AUGUST 10, 1949 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS PACK THRU Northeast Is Scheduled to Get Most of Government's Spending Knoxville Is Only Area in South to Appear on Slate WASHINGTON, Aug. 10. (AP) — The White House Indicated yesterday th»t government. spending will be concentrated in areas where unemployment has reached 12 per cent or more. It made public a letter by presidential nssLitant John R. Steelman. This said that an effort will be made to channel aid into the following areas where the bureau ofj employment security Indicates such a situation has developed: New Bedford, Mass. Worcester, Mass. Providence, R.I. Waterbury, Conn. Bridgeport. Conn. », The Utica-Rome. N.Y.. area. (33 The Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.. area. Muskegon, Mich. Knoxville, Tenn. Steelman. in letters to the National Defense Establishment and other government officials, said that he would report soon on additional lr»bor markets in which un- emptoyir.ent has reached 12 ;x?r cent or more of the available labor force. He snirt the Lawrence, and Cumberland, Md., areas probably "will tail in this category." Steelman'K letter added: Asks Co-operation "The president requested in his memorandum of July 14, 1949. that each affected agency cooperate in taking actions to modify, within the limits of existing law, their pocurement, construction, and other activities where it is determined to be feasible, in order to alleviate serious unemployment in particular localities. '•It is requested that, to the maximum extent possible, all of the constituent nnlts of 'he national military establishment take such actions to alleviate unemployment in the above listed nine areas. "In doing so, however, care should be taken to avoid shifting contracts BARKLEY ATTENDS A BAM, GAME— Vice President Alben W. Barkley (right) enjoys the St. Louis Cardinals-New York Giants baseball AMI. Church Leaders Plan 3 Conventions Negroes Irom many sections of Eastern Arkansas and Southeastern Missouri will attend a five-day convention opening Thursday in Armorel for representatives of the African Methodist Episcopal Church's Sunday Schools, (lie Allen Endeavor League and the Missionary Convention of the A M E Church. I?ev. J. R. White, presiding elder for the church's Jonesboro-niythe- ville District will preside over the sessions. George S. Steward, Negro farm agen'. at -teoln. will speak Thursday. Bishop w. A. Fountain. former president of Morn* Rrown University. Atlanta, On., who now presides over the Arkansas-Oklahoma area of the A.M.E. Church will preach. Other .speakers will include Dr Thomas Brown. Rev. O. E. Croft of Jonesboro, Rev, J, J. Parker ol Joiner, and Rev. H. M. Jones, pas- lor of Church. Wilson Chapel Bessie Ivy and .M.E Mamie game in St. Louis witli Mrs. Carleton S. Hadley (left), St. Louis widow, j Williams will serve as instructors It was the second lime in two weeks thai Barkley had called on Mrs. Hadley. The vice president was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saigh, owner ol the Cardinals, Others are unidentified. (AP Whephoto). Kentucky Bootlegger Battles Police Officers for Nine Hours CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky., Aug 10* — Wi— After a ninc-liour buttle with state and local officers, j Exaggerated Photograph """ r ""'" 1 Showing Giant Hopper Brings Prompt Apology PKORIA. IH. f AHE- 10- (AP) - A o:3Q p.m. yesterday to serve a war- i trick picture ol a mammoth grass- rant on the man on a charge of | hopper ivhich the Pcoria Star Indian Turner, about 55, was found dead ycsterlay inside his barricaded house. Chief of Police Cnrcus Antle said lie hud gone to Turner's home at selling whisky. He sairi he also had which would normally be placed in a search warrant far the premises. other labor market areas. Where unemployment is approaching 12 per cent , or where such action n'ould cause undue hardship." Steelman's letter said that reports and statistics for the month of July are now being prepared for other labor market areas. The letter disclosed that discussions already are underway on stem the military establishment can take to help relieve unemployment in thp critical areas. Steelman called for monthly reports summamins progress from the agencies involved. They include all the departments, the Atomic Energy Commission, the Economic Cooperation Administration, the Martime Commission, the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, the Housing Agency, the Veterans Administration and other agencies. Fag Prices Decline; Black Markets Gone FRANKFURT. Germany. Aug. 10. f.AP)—A sign of prosperity in German: The German railroad He leinmeci Turner as "a known bootlegger." With the chief were two city patrolmen, Taylor county Sheriff John W. Mow and City Attorney Generge Bertram. A title said the officers went to Turner's home printed Monday wasn't nearly as comical as staff members thought it would be. The newspaper fc begelng forgiveness of iu readers 'today and -ay.s it "regrets frivolous toying with the truth." The trick picture was made by after complaints of a fight earlier I Vclric Johnscn. jr., an amateur in the afternoon in which he said photographer. It made the grass- Turner had hen ten Faycttc Saun- , hopper ippcav to be as large as a ders. v The chief said he understood the two had been drinking and had gotten into an argument. Although some 500 shots were fired by the police who local officers, state arrived Inter, and doubling the number of smoking or "pi»i|PB">i," and two pistols, Turner, Chief Antle said only two bullets struck anyone. City Attorney Bertram was grazed across the .stomach by a buUet shortly after Turner refused admittance to the officers and opened fire on them. The other bullet which struck home wsis the one which killed Turner. The chief said ihe man was dead when the besieging officers noted that ah fire had ceased from within the house and broke through Turner's barricaded, door. There was only one bullet, wound in the ! oldest child in her family. dead man's body. By his side were a hieh-powered i .30-.30 rifle, an automatic shotgun hayrack on which it was riding. The humorous caption for the picture .said the 'hopper later was seen heading southward "in 100 yard leaps." Shortly afler the paper appeared on the sU-eels. the Star's telephones were swamped with call?. Peorians wanted to know more details of the giant 'hopper. One reader indignantly said it should have been shot. A mother called the picture "terrible" and told the newspaper that it had shocked her children. Scorch for Body By Shreveoort Police Is Futile Farmers' Union President Raps Bureau Trends LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Aug. (AP)—The national president of the Fanners Union said today a concentrated move to bankrupt family farmers and run agriculture "/or ihe sole bi'nelit of the big operators" is mirier way. James G. I'.uton, Denver. Colo., whose orguniiutjon claims 450,000 membra, is in Little Rock to attend (lie convention of the Arkansas Fanners' imiun. He told a rciKirtc! 1 family farmers now face the most dangerous crisis in their history as self-reliant. denidcralic people" Pat ton \v;is .siurply critical ol Allan B Kline. American Farm Bureau Federation president, for supporting th? Miriiny scale price supports of the present farm law. He said "Kline apparently wants to kick .si'vcral million farmers MIK! their families off their land." He listed three "needs" for tarmers: 1. A 100 nfr cent purity on al commodities and not just a biusu few; enuetmcnl in principle ol (he Brannan plan. 2 Passage ol the rural tclcphoni ill 3. An adrquate credit bill, espc ially farmers' home loans. SHREVEPORT, La., Aug. 10. '&) —Firemen nnci police dragged the Red River beneath the Texas Street bridge for about three hours Mon- <iny night in search of a man who may have jumped from the bridge. Police begun their search when an unidentified person called the police station at 6:5D p.m. and said: "Looks like somebody jumped In the river." The anonymous caller had found a wallet lying on top of a pair of khaki pants on the south side railing of the bridge about 25 feet from the Shreveport shoreline. However, after * fruitless search for the body and for witnesses who ntisht have seen the man jump, police hinted that there was a possibility that the whole thing might be a hoax. NOT HALF-SAFE In Norway a man nfte" takes the name of, the Innrt he buys or or his wife if she happens to be the compartments on its trains. The icasoii: Cigarettes, once -so rce and expensis-e they were the .ckbone of the blackmarket, are now so plentiful and cheap that more people can afford to smoke them. \ pack of cigarettes which once was valued at ton dollars, now brings the equivalent of 15 cents. Ne\v 3,000 horsepower airplane engines have as much power RS a big locomotive. Antic said. The number ol U.S. forest fires dropped 13 per cent during 1948. ASK FOR 666 WITH QUININE CAN'T SIT/ PIN-WORMS cause Fidgeting and that awful ITCH! LOJIHC sleep, almost coing mad liccaust: of a niERitiR rectal itch? This may be a wariiiuic •ten of I'in-Worms, utjly internal pests that Don't put up with this torment a single, unnpctssiry minute. Get Jayn*'t P-W VermT- fug« with that special. mrilicaUy-apjiroved inerodirnt that destroys I'tn-Wrmns scientifically and rc/novcs them from the horfy. At the first sffpi of Pin-Worms, ask ynur fcrP-W, the small, caay-to-t aV«- tablet* perf<-clodhy Ihc fnmous JayneCrx. sjiecialfsU la worm remedies (or ovrr 100 vcars. rwl nU.F: P-W fe for Pm-Wwnul DANVILLE, VA. 1949-Lee Chilton ->f Danville says: "I like to travel- meet new people, go new places ant; have fun. But 1 take no chances on being half-safe. There's only onr :Icodovant for me—the one that stops perspiration L to 3 days. It's snfe for my skin and ctothes and it safely JtilLs odor on contact." How about you? Don't be half- ;afe-bc Arrnl-safe! Use Arrid to bt we. Buy new Arrkl \vithCi eatno^e? Avrid with Ocavnogcn is g-uarari teed riot to crystallize or dry out ir the jav. What's more, if you arc no 1 :ompletcly convinced that Arrid i; in every u-ay the finest cream deodor ant you've ever used, return the jai with unused portion, and we'll re fund the entire purchase price. Ou iddress is on every package. Get a jar of the new Arrid will Ocamogen today-only 39£ pint tax Elderly Miner, Missing for 13 Days, is Rescued PORTLAND, Ore,, Aug. 10. (AP) —An elderly miner, lost in a wild- •rnass for 13 days, kl&scd the bunds >f rc.scucj'rt yesterday when I hey found him in » small hut. Two men who stubbornly refined (o quit the search for John Harrison Tracy, 16, found him on the psnul .slopes of Ml. Hood. Others had abandoned hope he had survived. Trucy, lying on his hack nnd uoly able to mumble a request for aU'r, ki.vetl the hands of Ray G( v dl™ko and Bon Franklin \vhon f.lioy pk'keii him up. Foresters quickly on*^nized a parly imrt carried the Estnunda miner lout- mile, 1 * to an ambulance. Tracy h:ul lost about 35 pouiute. lift indicated he lay in the shelter for oirshl days. Hospital iiUetidu .said he had a lair chance of recovering, Tracy's car was found two days iificr lie left home July 20. He had planned to retrace an old emigrant \viuon trial along which he remem- boii'd hi.s pioneer mot hoi* hn<l once told him there was uold, Gocl1cv;ke and Franklin will .shine ;\ M.flOO reward offered by Tracy's L'el.-Uivc.s ")ne Manufacturer Hikes Price oi Shortening CINCINNATI. Aug. 10. CAP) — TJ'e Proctor and Gamble Co., lias innoimri'd an of Ihrce- Doug/as Says Soviet Charges "Pure Nonsense' WASHINGTON. AUK. 10. </]>j — A^.sot-iale Justice William O. Done las oT the? Supreme Court yo.slcrdaj dismissed ns "pure nonsense sum charges that he had been spy LIIK on them. Douglas, who aroused Soviet KM.* pi clous when ho and his sun. BLI 17. u'eut moi'-italn ell nbing in Hi i Middle East, talked with reporter n ,lr, n> "' : '^'- »' 1 ""''-" I after ,:n|n,i(. mi President Trmmu cii.iUm of :i cent u pound on the J llc s . ll(| wjt| , „ „ t , , price of Crlso. the firsl ] cn . mek Jollnloy •,,;;.„,„, was .. rc itell price hike in more than 15 i ]y n n i c . ls ,, re trip." nonths. 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