The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1951 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ?0, 1981 X-rays produced by dental equipment are of relatively low energy and are incapable of producing nr- tiflclal radioactivity. Underground suitor depo«lt« In Texas and Louisiana are melted with dot water and pumped to the surface. TODAY'S DREIFUS SPECIAL! i EIGHT PIECE SERVA SNACK SET 4 Forest Green Cups 4 Cut Crystal Trays Only Sorry, No Ma/7 or Phone Ord 79 C DHEIFUS Meet DrniFns ... WnnrT!i;m.nnriQ iUfi WEST M.4IX ST. STORK IN iLYTHSVIUt. MEMPHIS AND BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Army May Buy Its Meat Abroad As Packers Balk U.S. Firms Claim Price Controls Prohibit Bidding CHICAGO. Sept, 20. (AP) -Army officials considered the possibility of purchasing meat lit foreign countries today as the Army's ( request for a big beef order for US i troops appeared spurned by several ; major packers. Government price controls and a. shortage of the high quality beef sought by the Army were given by i the packers as the main reasons [or | refusing to submit bids. The Army 'on Monday has asked the major packers for bids on 13,000,000 pounds of boneless beef. There was no statement from any army officials, that any of the hie | packers had submitted bids. Most of the large packers a Chicago area marketing 'officer said told him they could not bid on the "urgently needed" beef because they cannot buy enough rattle to slaughter without suffering losses. The Army In Washington said If the request for the beef is not met. the quartermaster general will seek authority from Army Secretary Pace to buy beef "off shore,"—foreign countries. If foreign meat is purchased, the Army said, it will be used to meet] requirements of American forces in Europe, relieving a drain on West Coast supply sources. The West Coast sources normally ship to the Far East and to military installations in the United States. BANKER JAILED—Paul Smeltzer, 60, assistant cashier of the First National Bank at Kensington, Pa., stands in door of his cell in Pittsburgh jail. The PHI charged him with making false entries in his books to embezzle funds from the bank. The FBI said he has signed a statement admitting the thefts which a bank officer says tolal about $550,000. (AP Wirephoto). Truman Policy Is Defended SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 20. (AP) —The Truman administration's domestic policy and efforts to control inflation were defended today >y two top government officials speaking at the AFL convention. Economic Stabilizer Eric Johnston, who is scheduled to step out of his key mobilization post within a month, hnd Secretary of the Interior Oscar L. Chapman were fm speakers. Tone Scorns Civil Action HOLLYWOOD. Sept. 20. (AP) With considerable hauteur. Franchot Tone has scorned suggestions that he file a civil suit against Actor Tom Meal, who beat him up last week over the fleeting affections if Actress Barbara Payton. The wealthy Tone, heir to his father's carborundum fortune, stated through his lawyer that the only action he is considering is a criminal complaint. FAOE 1RHU Boys Admit Killing Nurse Beer-Drinking Youths Tell of Slaying ANN HARBOR, Mich,, Sept JO <AP)_ Three beer-drinking 'teenage boys were held for murder 'to - hMn'n N "rse Pauline Campbell's M 1 V. 1 ."^"?" 6 a C ° !le8e freshmnn I hi" bludgeon killing last u NU M?, c "mPbell, 34, it developed, was killed for the paltry few cents Prosecutor Douglas K. Reading saw confessions were made by Bin Morcy and Max Pell of Ypsilami a*d David Royal of Miland, M?ch each of whom Is 18 olnM™'" R , f ° Urlh ' t(>c »- a ser led iri, h rtV " "ruesome killing ici, hnd terrorized this university 'Copter Pilot Dies Despite Friend's Aid NEW ORLEANS, Sept, JO. Ml— The 22-vear-ol<i survivor of a hell- copter crash told today how he struggled for more (han eight hours to save a companion from drowning in a Mississippi River swamp. Both were Injured in the crash which killed the pilot. Charles (Chuckl Mangner of La- Fayettc, La., died yesterday soon after the helicopter plunged from an altitude of 150 feet into marshes near Pilottcwn. 80 miles southeast of New Orleans. Searchers planned to fly a helicopter to Hie .scene today' to recover the body from the mire. Road Courier News Classified Ads, Frankie Getting Behind With Maintenance Funds LOS ANGELES. Sept. 20. (AP) — Frank Sinatra's estranged wife, Nancy, says the crooner Is $40,805 in arrears in his separate maintenance payments. She informed the superior court yesterday that Sinatra earned $328.- OSO In the first six months of 1951; that under their separation agreement she should have received $67,805 of it. but was given only $27 000. 406 W. 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But (he committee is digging still rtecper into the story that Communists used film personalities ond inovleland money to further the Kremlin cause, In J(s week-long Los Angeles hearing It has heard so far from 18 witnesses out of more than 50 subpenaed. Star witness of the hearing was Martin Berkeley. 47, Brooklyn-born screen writer who said he was up to hit ears in Communtet wott to Hollywood from 1937 to 1M», tb«a broke with the party and hu fount* it since 1W3. He rattled off moie tfcan lit names of actors, 1 writers, producers, musicians: some well known, many un-publiclzed working peopl« !n Hollywood. Ho said he knew ttwm as Communists at the tunt he w»». Of all the food consumed by American families, about one-tout, Is supplied by dairy cows. FIND CURB FOR MISERY DUE TO NA9M! CONSISTION. 5UPPir«USH?OHE,B . £' "jJ 1 " '""" lor "'" <* "I""* estirrh. .nd bay ( evtr due to „„.] eoott*. 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