The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1949 · Page 9
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May 26, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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THURSDAY, MAT 26.-1949 m.YTHKVII.t.E (AUK.) COURIKR NEWS PACK NfN« Hospital Escapes Irk Gov. McMalh Step* Arc Ordered To Prevent Breaks A? From Mental Words l.I'l'I'LB ROCK, May 26- (/P)— Governor McMalh Is getting tired of patients escaping from tlie criminally Insane ward ol the Stale Hospital here. Following the second escape ti recent weeks, McMath ordered step tc prevent further recurrence. The governor, In a letter to hos pitiil Svmt. Bcorge W. Jackson, dlr eclcd thai attendants be glvei immcdiated special traininR I handling men charged with crlmina offenses. He suggested that ha>id cuffs be used, if necessary, In tak IIIR such patients from the crlmlna ward to other sections of the hos pirnl. Francis R. Alves. charged wit forgery In Pope County, broke awa from an attendant taking him a dentist. Tuesday. Alves. who w committed (o (he hospital for mental examination prior to cou trial, still is sought. The governor announced that hereafter all hospital patients charged wi(l) criminal offenses will oe fingerprinted and photographed by slnle Police. This, he explained, will Rive law enforcement officers ihroneonl the stale a full description to aid in the canture of any Apatienl who might escape. Livestock RKUTHKR AT HOSPITAL—Victor Reulhcr, an official of the CIO United Auto Workers, is moved from Redford Receiving Hospital lo tin other Detroit hospital after receiving preliminary treatment early ye« NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Til, May 26— liTl -<USDA>—Hogs 9,500; markel active, '25 to 50 higher than Wednesday's average: bulk good ami choice 180-240 Ibs 2025-50; extreme top 20.60 for one short load; 250300 Ibs 19.25.-20.25; 140-170 Ibs 19.2520.25; 100-130 Ib pigs 17.00-18.75; few at 19.00; good sows 400 Ibs down 17.00-18.00; over 400 Ibs 15.00IS.50: stags 12.00-14.5(1. Cattle 1.500: calves 1.200: small supply of cattle finding active In- Qniry; several consignment of good steers 25.85-26.25; some low good kinds 24.50-BO: one load high good and choice mixed yearlincs. mostly steers. 26.75: other Rood hlefers and mixed yearlings 25.oa-2fi.0fl. these appearing strong lo unevenly higher: cows generally sleady wllh somewhat Improved acllon over Wednesday: common and medium cows 17.50-19.00; few good cows 19.50 and better; eanner and cutter cows 13.50-n.OO. today. Reuther was shot by an assailant as he sat in the living room of Ins home. Victor is a brother of UAW president, Walter Reuther, who was wounded by a shotgun assnilnnl 13 months ago. Doctors reported fieuiher's condition was favorable for ultimate recovery, but that there was danger of his losing the sight of. his right eye. (AF Wirepliolo.) Sidewalk Coaches Keep Close Watch Over Moline Elms CHICAGO. (.1-1- A blc department ore planted six Moline elms on State St. In the fall ol 1947. 11 »••»• A easy. Klx pits, each five ted long, five feet wid and live [eel deep, wrre bull! hi the .sidewalk. Karjh one was equipped with A dr.iln. rilled will] soil tin i floor of crushed rock, mid i-overed with a grate. I The sVinny trees be^an * slriiRRlf ' for survival ngalnsl sool, (limes »nd mi unhealthy inviionmenl. The ' subway rumble* underneath, I Streams of jwde.slrlans |>nss one one stile. I.hie.s o( kiiLtoLnohllt's and busses roll by on the other. There is also a steady flow of advice (roui curtxstone coaches. 'Olad lo .itt you wrapped those trees In paper to protect them." "Take that paper o|[. It's smothering them," "They neert i. me water." ] 'Too limed wxter. you wniU to' drown Iliein?" : One lady dashed up to Iht wait- I K-room, snatched » sheet of free j stationery and put down these hot ; words: "I don't believe H doi>.s your store any credit lo let these treiv* alajlrj here mid die. If you i'«n'l do something, take them out." She was inConncd: "We are spending time, effort mid money to tlie.se trees established. We have retained one of Ihe Ijest nurserymen in the widweM. Ke examines tlie.se trees almost dally and prescribes for them much as a ttocloi would." To "get these trees established 1 ' —and they e deemed to be In ooci shape—has cost more Ihati $1,000 per tree (o date. The grates were aenled recenlly to keep out salt strewn ori the sidewalk in winter. It also *to|>ped a trickle of coins that rolled down Tennessee Cotton Man Pays Debt That Robbed Vet of His Freedoms the hole. Tlmt enclrn" Hie only chance lo net a cash return on Its InveALmenL, In 1*47, Canada imported tt.COO.- 000.000 worth o\" goods from the United States. A pound of finished steel sells for about four cents at the mills. RUTLAND, Vt., May. 26—(fl')—A sympathetic Tennessee cotton shipper contributed funds that opened the doors of Rutland Jail last night fur one nt three war veterans held under a century-old Inw for nonpayment of court, judgments. Ralph H. D. FuRRtt. 29, a combat veteran WR.S released afle spending 62 day In Jail, The court judgment, totaling (1,682.39, arising from an automobile accident, wn-s paid by Edward Sanders of Memphis, who said he read of Fugatl's plight and ''sympathized" with him. Sanders was impressed with Fug- ait's war record. He was shot down on his 20th mission over Gertnanj and spent several months In Gemiaii prison during the war. Sanders, a member of the New York Cotton Exchange, owns the K. H. Sandern Cotton Co,, of Mem plils, and operates a cotton plantation at Hughes, Ark. The money was turned over (o Sheriff Geno N. FranEQnl by Fun- alt's counsel, Edward Shea, before County Judge Stephen J. Gushing Satiders wired the full B mount ot the judgment after • telephone conversation with Mr.i. FUR alt several days ago. "I can harly believe it," Fug at cried as he was released. "T appreciate Mr. Sanders' (?lft. I nnly hope I can sometime do something get rid of nils type of law so other. won't find themselves in the sum circumstances." Governor of Missouri Asfcs Federal Aid for Area Hit by Tornado JEFFERSON CZTV, Mo., Mny 25 /TV— Gov. Forrest Smith asked president Truman today [or $30,000 disaster relief to help the city of Cnpe Oh ftideau, hit by a tor tin do last Saturday. The governor 1 an Id Mayor Walter H. Ford of Cape Glrardeau called him this morning, mgln& that the request be made. Twenty-two people dierl ax a result of the .storm up to yesterday and the governor .sold Mayor Ford reported a 23rd death lust night. Many houses were torn up and streets were Uttered with debris. The governor said the money would be used to provide fond and shelter for the storm victims and open up the UUerec] streets. AUTOMATIC DI5HW5HER WASHES DISHES SILVERWARE POTS AND PANS GLASSES i * Sale of Sports and Auto Needs! WARDS SALE OF COLD RUBBER TIRES — ENDS SATURDAY I 9.41 prtc* Don't Jllrfo* Troll Blaxor by IW> low Kiln prk«l ll'j «ol — depBOciabUI Nol quils a-, rrn;cn lir« on rhs Riv«rstd —bul «v«ry oui)C« ol Htii qugllly mal«riolj| Ev«ry >iz r«duc«d—bul hurry—xil« «ndi SolvFrdny nlghll • HIVMSIO* 4.00-1 6 |e«cl.nng« pric», pk« *««! 11 REGULAR 43< SPARK PLUGS 33c J i*lv«t !n 001 jovinotl Mori* In £M loll longsr wlllioul adjuilmtfill SALE! NATURAL SPONOI f^'V-j ','". f${ Id»ol lor cor wolliing, will riol fl-^y-^f/fS<f J icrolcli liniili! 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