SATURDAY, JUNK 1, 10-16' BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Russia Purchases Honor R °" '° r Jun ' or Iceland's Fish Announced for Political Implication Seen in Closing of Deal Before Election. k WASHINGTON. June 1. (UP) — lie Soviet Union's new trade ngrce- cnt with Iceland provides for Russian purchase of the equivalent of more than n pre-war .year of Iceland's fish catch at prices es- tiinnicd to be 30 to 51) per cent Jiighcr than other countries sin; paying for it now, Icelandic business circles reported today. The text of .the agreement, wn s .signed in Moscow Tuesday but has not .vet been made public. An Icelandic irnrtc mission went to the Soviet capital some weeks ago U tli 0 rc<|Uest ot the Soviet govern ment. Alllioiigli Icelandic business In- tci'ests in this country were elated over the reported high prices the Russians were paying, they also were worried about any possible political implications the agreement might have. They noted Ilia: the agreement was signed -little more than a month in advance ol Iceland's . elections in which the relatively strong Communist party is making an all-out bid fo: greater representation in the gov eminent. Th c Icelanders heard rumors that the agreement was an exclusive contract -under which Iceland cuuk sell none of the types of fish :m< fish products contracted for b; the Russians until the Soviet orders were filled, lint there was no confirmation of the rumors. Icelandic legation officials doublet tliat they were true. Versions of the trade ngreemen reaching business interests here were that it provided for Russia! pin-chase of 100,000,000 krona (abo'.i ^15,500.000) worth of selected fish f 'uul herring oil. The Hussians wil Hay for it with 20,0-00 tons of steam- id coal, 10,000 tons of timber, aiu he balanc 0 in American dollars The coat and timber items wen estimated to amount to npproxi inately 10,000,000 krona (about $155, The agreement also coincide with a concerted propaganda cam pnign by the Soviet press and ra dio, and by the Communist part: in Iceland, against the U. S. reques for a naval and air base and th continued presence there of 75 American Army technicians. Wave of Resignations Hits University Faculty FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., June (UI>> -The University of Arkans: faced a faculty shortage today wit the expected resignation of at lea ten members Including Dr. H. I Hosford, vice-president and dea of jr.'ts and sciences. These arc in addition to the sigatlon effective June 30 of A. M. Harding, president. Dr. i'Hosford resigned to go Southern Methodist University Dallas' as academic vicc-prcsiden after -serving the Arkansas schoi / •• second in .command for u< urs. Dr. Lawrence C. Kapp, associa I-rofcssoi of autonomy for 16 jeai left ye-rteulay foi Te\as A and I «W CeUeirc Station to join Hie d partment of Chemistry. " ' U3r Lawrence c Fine, agronomy £-true tor^sUi ce 1D4? '— ac posftion v a£ ^South College at Brooking professor in soils. Junior High School honor roll lldcnts for the entire last se- ester and the third term of the st semester were announced to- oday by Miss Monta Hughes, prill- pal. . Listed In order of their grade nk, for the semester they are: ohn Wilks, Jimmy parrish, Mona oy Galnes, Murray Smart, Richd Reid. Philip Deer Jr., Margery ale, Ruth Hale, Charles Belknap ancy Bratcher, Sue Orsbuni, 'rledrlch Lackmnim, Peggy Pree- lan. Marr Jo Eaton, Melba Pryor, 'ivian Taylor, Bonnie Goff, Barara Vail Hooser, Diana Zeller, ionlta Slanksrd, Nancy Ann amon. Kenneth Hood, Annella. Hiim- ihrey, Dorothy Willlford,' Nancy ihivlcy, Tommie Robertson. Hazel nice, Shirley King, Betty Tomlln- on, William Austin, Patty Lynn Bartholmew, Stanley Ingram, Wll- iiim Simpson, Alcda Freeman lencttc Pigman, Carolyn Lintze- licl), Denny Byrum, Susie Crafton .ml Fay Terrell. Achieving honorable mentior vcro Robert Crafton, Betty Love- ace, Allan Berry, Patty Barthol- new. Betty Ann Harber, Louise ullivan, Everett B. Gee Jr., Edvard Pipkin, Mona Joy Goodrich, Larry Lutz. Beverly Alley. Lois _ovelady, Frances .Dowdy. Thomas "raig, Delores Parker, Larry Ashey, Jackie Estes, Helen Martin, \'ellia Flowers, Patsy Lou Pope, iuth Freeman, Nancy tumlltoii, Loy Eich, Jean Reagan. Jerry 'hillips, Charles Prichard, Merrill Lloyd, Lottie Pearl Stllwcll, Betty Wade, Walter Bradley, Alice Priest, Carl Bean, Billy Mick and Emma Blanchard. Third term honor roll students were: Jimmy parrish, Margery Hale, Mona Joy Gaines, John Wilks, Jackie Estes, Boiilta Slank- ird, Murray Smart, Nancy Bratcher, Ruth Hale, Richard Reid, Shirley King, Charles Belknap, Bonnie Ooff, Mary Jo Eaton, Nancy Shlvley, Tommie Robertson, Mona Pay Goodrich, Dorothy WilUforU, Louise Sullivan, Vivian .., Taylor Kenneth Hood, Sue Orsburh, Nancy Ann Damon, Larry Lutz, Peggy Freeman. Mclba Pryor, Patsy Lou Pope, Betty Ann Harber, Barbara. Van Hooser, Betty Tomlinson. Annie Louise Hubbard, Don-is Stone, Alccla. Freeman. Betty Wade, Larry Ashley, Roger Him, Margaret Bunch, Alice Priest, Nellia Flow ers, Ruth Freeman and Denny Byrum. Receiving honorable mention for Dr. J. L Guard Optometrist GUARD'S JEWELRY 209 W. Main .he third terra were: Frlcderlch [-ackmnnn , Allan Berry, Patty L,ynn Bartholomew, Annella Humphrey, Hawl Brice, liclty Lovelace Edward Pipkin, Jenctte Hgnmti, Nancy Hamilton, Carolyn Uutze- nlch, Rulh Krcch, William Austin, Emma lihinchard, Kobcrf Crafton. Bonnie Nelson. Beverly Alley. Pi sy Bartholomew, Knthryn Martin. Martha June Wallace, Mary Sue Crafton. Audrey Sue McGce, Kve Bden, Ijoy Elcli. Pnt liurks, Hilly Mick, IJelores Parker. Bobby Murphy. Huliuul Oxford and Jerry Phillips. Decline Notecf in Children Of School Age LITTLE ROCK, June 1. (UP) — School census reports from 20 <>f tlie state's 75 counties revealed today a definite downward trend in the number of children between the aBes of six and 18 years. State Education Commissioner Ralph Jones reported a drop of 2,000 pupils thus far reported in the enumeration and that if the trend continues, (here will lie about 5,000 fewer pupils listed than were shown in the last biennial census taken two years ago. Union county showed the largest ilrop with 4li8 less pupils reported his yeur. The county hud 11,630 rhlldri'n of school age two years i«o compared with 11,162 this ring. Pulaskl county hud a definite increase, listing M.UOl school age children (his year—418 more than the 32,213 two years ago. Other counties with decreases were Ciillinun, Clark. CrittendeiV, Howard, Jackson, Lincoln, Little Klver. 1'lke, I'olnsclt, Saline, Sevler, Van nuron, White and Woodruff. C'iiirlnnd county had 8,383, mak- ii 307 more than the last biennial census. Hot Springs county w«* up \'fl, Jefferson 143, Uciiton 317 and Polk 130. Total cnumernlloii in the state two years ago was 451,950. Complete returns will be compiled lato (Ills month, Jones said, Education department officials suggested that (he decrease wns due to Aikansans leaving the state to take war jobs uiul have not returned. PAGE HIREK State Land Office Shows Increase in Activities LITTLE ROCK, June 1. (UP) — Receipts of (he state land office during May were $10.000 higher than during the same month In 1945, Commissioner Claude Uankln revealed today. The office collected $32,428 In May 1040 from the siilc of slate lands and from redemption fees, us coinpnred with $22,215 In May 1945. However. Hie Income for May is about $8,000 lower than 11 was in April when the office handled n record S40.l!(iJ business. Hnnkln suld that total sales su far this year amount to f 1(55.084. Governor Appoints New Housing Agency LITTLE ROCK, June 1. (Ut'l — ReddliiK stophenson of l.lllle Rock Is chairman of a seven-man hous- I"K board unpointed rcwntly by C.ov. Hen Limey. HO wus elected ut u meeting of the board here yoater- duy. Tlie piinxwo of the board Is to Investigate and make rccommcudn- HOILS lo the federal publle housini: administration , ls to the dls|>ostllon ol 600 eovcrimu'iil-owncd houses at Jacksonville and Bausllc. The dwellings are rented but must be dlsiwsed of within (he next ID mouths. It will also be Ihe committee's duty to decide If Ihe houses »i-e lo be sold wilh the land, sold to \K moved, sold to Individuals or to a firm. Other members ot the board arc Warren Baldwin, Douglas a. Hi-own mid Leonard N. While, of l.ltllu Rock; Laurence llcrcer of Noiil Mttle Rock Ik'iilon. and J. A. Gibson of NKW KSTA'I'KK ON WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BKKN C(IMMKN«'KI>. Notice Is hereby ulven that the following Is a list of estates of deceased iici'sons upon which letters testamentary or of administration were 1:1 anted during the month of May, 11MU, wllh the (lato of the grunting of such letters inul the name and address of ihu Executor or Administrator: No. Visa, KsUle of Olllc V. Smith, deceased. Loiters of Administration Issued lo 1. 8. Uuncnn, Ut. No. 1, Ncltlelon, Arkansas, on May 10 1940. No. 1733, Ksluie of J. II. Hcndor- fion, dcceuseil. l«tler testamentary issued to Llndu Huiiderson, Ut. 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