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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THl DOMINANT NEWBPAPBU OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XLlll—NO. 78 4lytheville T Fund Still Short Of $10,000 Goal Approximately $2,500 More in Cash and Pledges is Needed Biythevllle Dally Ntwi Biytfaevllle Courier niythevllle Herald Vailej LMd«r HI.YTUKVll.U';, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, JUNK 2-1, 1'.)•!« SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENT8 A final appeal Is being made this week to citizens and business houses of BlythPville for contributions to the $10,000 "Y" fund campaign, started nearly three weeks ago. It was announced today by Kendall Berry, finance chairman. With only about two-thirds ot the quota raised, and contribullor dragging thc last few days, renewed efforts will be put into thc campaign this week by .scvcra committees agnln going out to eon- tact those who have not sent !r anything or where the board o! directors feels some Individual haven't given as much us the; possibly want to. Also many letters >;rc going ou this week to certain people urging them to cooperate in this worth while campaign for the youth o this community. The entire program is set up 01 us conservative a financial basis the board of directors thought th citizens ol Blythcville would want, and H Is Imperative that the entire amount be raised before tho campaign can be considered closed. Ark-Mo Increases Gift f . The drive did receive added !m- fpetus last week when a contribu- tln of $250 was added by Ark-Mo Power Company. Other gifts, not previously announced included Delta Implements. C. W. Afflick and Midwest Dairy. $50 each; Phillips Motor Co., 33ri. Fitzpatrick < Jewelry, Nu-Way Laundry (additional), C. H. & Uan Wallace, Blytheville Compress, J. E. HaUcll, B. J. Allen, Webb Dehydrating. $25 each. Buford Martin and Planters Hardware, $20 each; First National Insurance Co. and J. C. Lowe, $!5 each. Ten dollar gifts Included: J. L. Terrell. Miss Monta Hughes. Sterling Stores, Dr. Russell Wert, Bob Lee Smith, Hlldred Bunch, B. S. Simmons, Jodie Nabors, Mrs. J. D. Barksdale. Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt. Lloyd Stlckmon, George Ing rum, Mrs. Joe Isaacs, Wesley Stalling;;, Mr. and Mrs. cleo Pope: 'Mrs. T. J. Bailey.,Judy Brook*, W. B. Nicholson, Mrs. Ney Hunt, Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon, Women's Society ot Christian Service, each gave $5- Anyone desiring to contribute '.n this program, which has for Its purpose a well-directed recreational ind character building program among the youth here, are slnccre- "l ly urged to send it to this newspaper, to the Blytheville J'Y", ar telephone 479 and a "Y" worker will be; .glad to .call for it. Three Quit Races For State Offices Withdrawals Leave Hall Unopposed for Secretary of State Little Rock, Ark., June 24. (U.P.) —Nathan Gordon, Morrilton Congressional Medal of Honor winner has received additional supiiort ir his ratre for Lieutenant Govcrno' •• with the withdrawal of Honcj >• Hand of Yellville. Man Shoots at Prowler n Home and Learns He Has Killed His Wife NEW CHLKANS, June M. (U.P.) —Noel TlKiniiis Mark, 31, heiirel a lolse In hti home early today. and igured it was a prowler. He seized n .22 caliber rifle and ired seven! times. A Ihud to Iho floor Indicated hat his shots had not gone astray. Investigating, he found Ills 40•ear old \rife dead. Two bullets verc lodged in her neck, apparcnt- y killing Ittr Inslnntly. Hold by police pending Investigation. Mig-k wild he fli'cd at "what I thought was a prowler." I Hoover Reports to President Truman Osceola Readies i For Horse Show Event Scheduled For August 13-14 Holds Wide Interest South Mississippi County wll stage its fourth anmin! horse sho\ Aug. 13-14 at; Osceola. with plan already umlciwny. Cash prizes total $2,f>00 in addi tion to a number of trophies whic. the sponsors present eachyear. The substantial awards and rep utatlon of ll!c South Mississipi County Livestock Association, in staging such events, arc expected to attract, many horsemen from a wide area.as i,i the past. The show, to be staged at thc Osceola High School athletic field, will have classes in walking, roadster, galled and jumping horses. Gilbert M. Orr, announcer for [.he walking horse show at shelby- villc and writer for Ihe Saddle and Bridle Magazine, is to be master of ceremonies. The show will feature, as usual, the Arkansas walking chompinon- shlp. This is the third year for this feature with the trophy now held by Merry Wilson, owned by Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Werner of Jone.sboro. Merry Wilson has won the trophy two years in succession and must win again this year lo secure permanent ownership. The $750 trophy'has caused keen competition iu the past and Merrj Wilson is expected to meet plentj of opposition this year. Armed Bandits Take $80,000 In Robbery of Blackfish take Ciub in Saturday Night Foray Father, Daughter ^ fconso ? Officers Silent ; Concerning Investigation Of Bodios Recovered Throe Days After Empty Boat Located Former President Hoover reports to Piv.'iidcnl 'Iruinau on hi.s flnd|igs concerning UU' world food situation. Hoover returned from South America June 19, cuinplcllii!; the list lap of his ttm'e-monlh, W).ca,l-nilli> lour. He is expected to make n formal report In four or five d«Jp. INKA Telcphoto.) OPA Legislation Remains Snarled Doubt is Expressed That Conferrees Can Ever Get Together I R. C. Benef ield Displays First '46 Cotton Blootjn R. C. Uenelleld i>f Half 1)10011 Community walked Into thc Crliricr News oflice today with n bin innle on his iuec and two pink ctllon blooms in his hands. r'Mi'i- Attend Funeral Rites .far. Jock' Saliba Many relatives and friends from out-of-town attended the lun^ra of Jack Saliba yesterday aftcrnooi at First Baptist church. The 43 'ear-old restaurant owner died Fri day afternoon nt Walls Hospital I following a heart attack. Burial was n t Elmwood Cenicter.v' with these pallbearers: Tim Estes, Victor Stilwcll, George Stilwell, L. S. Hartzog, Mose Siinon; Lpni.'i George of Ijiixora. Those" present rncludctl Mr. and Mrs. Ed K.' Hainan and sons, Frank anti Phillip, Willie Homra, Mr. and ' K. -Homra, Mrs. Toin Haddnd. Mr. and Mis. Alex Nolfle, Mrs. Mosc Homra. Fond Homra, Mrs. George Hainan and Abraham Ha man, all of Fnlton, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. William Elias, Mr. and Mrs. F. Johns,' Miss Edna George, George George, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Philip George. Mr. nnd Mrs. a. A. George, Mr. and Mrs. N. Far- deecy, all of Luxora. Mr. and Mrs. William Saloom, Miss Nellie Simmons, Mrs. Ksma Saliba, Mrs. Rosinc Jones. Harold Fisher and Mrs. Lntifa Simmons, all of Hcrrin, III.; Mrs. Jitnmic Gro- cato, Mrs. Hal Ferris. Mrs. A. M. Rossle, Mrs. Gee Gattas, all ot Clark-sdale, Miss. Mr. and Mr.s. John Slublcy. Mrs. Mary Shiblcy and daughter, all ol WASHINGTON. June 24. (U.P.) —Sen. Robert A. Taft, R.. O., suid oday that congressional conferees in OPA legislation are so badly plit that If agreement is not •cached at a session tonight the lonfcrence may b e disrupted and he Semite and House asked for urther instructions. Meanwhile, representatives of 25 lational and local organizations :ield a save-price-control rally on :he Washington Monument grounds and arranged for delegations to visit congressmen. They solicited signatures to u telegram addressed to President Truman urging him to veto any OPA bill that does not "assure workable price control." . Delegations came from New York. Chicago. Detroit, Pittsburgh St. Louis and Baltimore. Taft told reporters that he ''rather doubted" that agreement on the pclcc control bill could be readied tonight. He said that members of the conference were "In such a slate of ri:sagreement" that further Instructions from the House and senate may be necessary. Conferees had hoped to agree on i final bill tonight so the House ind possibly .the Senate, could act .ornorrow. Tlie .-.'conference committee will meelVat 8 p. in.. Major • points slid 'at issue include OPA's termination date; the Semite projwsal to abolish price controls on meat, poultry and dairy product. 1 ;; subsidy payment authorized price mark-up and creation of a decontrol board. Thc first blooms reported .sissippi County, they both wc(e i n the same stalk. • Mr. Henelield *ald he hud a [goad stand of cotton. (Itowden, biyjbuin I in a 70-acrc bluck, which ne [jlant- •d April 1C. J Congress Faces Very Busy Hand notified Harvey G. Combs, i New Madrid, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Secretary of the State Democratic Central Committee, that he was pulling out of thc race, leaving three men in the original five- man campaign. Leonard T. Barnes of Hamburg previously withdrew in lavor ol Gordon. The war hcaro's two opponents in the July 30 preferential primary are stale Sen. Roy Mihuii of Harrison and K. T. Sutton of Helena. Hand's action came just before the deadline for candidates to withdraw in order to keep their names off this summer's primary ballots. The deadline was 6 p. m yesterday. Hand was the third candidate to announce his withdrawal in the Senator Shuns Labor Study y Congress Sam Ellas. Mr. and Mrs. BartclL and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Koury, all of Cairo, 111. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Baddour ol Covington. Tenn.; Harry Hadrtarr of Munford, Tenn.' Kemlin Hamra of Ridgely. Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs Wade Hamra ot Caruthcrsvillc. Mo.: Mrs. John Hamrn and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hamra, all of Portngeville, Mo.; Mrs. R. Akle and daughter ot Joiner; Phillip Peisal of Cardwcll. Mo.; Richard Hamra O f Scnath. Mo.,; Mr. and Mrs. Jass Cramer ol Osccola. Som Hamra and Mr. and Mrs. N. Koury. all of Stcclc, Mo.; Mrs. Eikrey and son. Charles, of Lll- hourn. Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Louts Saliba and Sam Saliba. all of Toledo, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Frink WASH1NGTON, June '.'A. IUP> — Chairman James E. Murray. IX Mont., of the Senate Labor Committee proposed today thai, a presidential commission, rather than congress, survey thc possible need for new labor legislation. Murray said in an interview hT favored a presidential commission because: 1. It could operate on a broader scope thnn congressional committees ordinarily do. 1. A congressional investigation in a campaign^ycar inevitably would Involve thc matter in political considerations. Murray said he would offer Ills plan to the Senate Labor Connr;t- tcD as an alternative to President Truman's suggestion that a Joint congressional committee spend six months studying the situation before enacting any permanent labor laws. It was on that basis Mi Truman recently vetoed the so-call case Anti-Strike Bill. Peacetime Draft And Price Control Issues Await Action WASHINGTON, June '.'A. <\}P1- The fate ot Ihe administrating' price control program nnd the draft, scheduled to die this weekend unless renewed, still hung in the baliinee loday as Congress rushed inti> its .heaviest legislative vjeclc of thc year. Congress also faced acllrin on extension of certain pves'dcntial emergency war powers, and rac^d against thc same Sunday midnight deadline to clean-up more than n half-dozen appropriations bills 'or the fiscal year starting Jlliy 1. The House acts today on a Scn- ate-iipprovcd bill lo contiar.-? rent, ceilings in Ihe District <-f Columbia for 18 months. Prospect:; for rent control in the rest of the United States v/erc unsettled. Under OPA bills still beiss: detailed In con- fercncc committee, the llmne would extend ronl ceilings to March 'M, 1041, and thc Senate to June 3(1, 10*7. 'Miss Osceola" To Be Selected By Rotarians juardsmen Back From Maneuvers Volunteers Get Special Training At Camp Robinson The 35 momher.s of Campany K Ai-kiinsn.s CSiinnl. who roi tile |«i';t ltondccl tin; niuunil encauip- nt Uttle r;ock, were Imi-k liotnc; tortny. tauiicil from lliu ill" niHt wind encountered In Mietr strenuous activities nnd more cx- perlcnceil In Army nmncuvevs. Tlie lurgest number ever to nl- tnnd from here, the 3S present, Included three commissioned otllccvs, Cnp[. O. W. Coppeiluc. eommnnd- lii({ officer; Lieut. Dennle E. Hcsst':, nnd Second Lieut. T. \V. Jeilrlcs. Tile guard now hns 48 mcinhcri. A mitubor'bf thc ConTpauy K incn rjunllflcrt 'ns expert riflemen and .shnrj:hhooters. hnvlni; hntl much Bhooilhs In Ihe three dnys on tho iinivey IMiUnmi, Ii7. ii ciniuiirirlul flslicrinnnotCiirulluns- vllli'. Mo., nnd his dmii;IH<'r, 1,1111.' Miu\ Ift. wcrn hiki'n Ironi llut Mississippi Itlvoi- j'osd'rdiiy Uircu (liiys iifti'r they dlsuiipi'nivd wlilli' un (he rlvc'r llsliliii;. 'I'hi! i;hl's bddy \\-n.s found near HniTlfltt nnd only i\ ft^v tu)m\s enrllcr. Hip hotly of lier fal.lier WIIK lonUt'd iH'nr Cniulhorsvllli' licrir tlirlr empty limit, was found lust Friday. Hshcrnii'ii »!, Cnrulhei'Kvlllc F'rl- <lny sourellcd [or tile IxKllcs ill lev Imvlnu discovered the boat which Hiey rf'1-ounl/.i.'d u.s bclonjilny to Unltritm. 'I'he mini coul<i not .s'.vlin but the (lun^tUer swum well nn<l It was believed Klie drowned while ullempi- Ini; lo rescue Inn- father, or else the undertow pievcnled her Ironi sv.'liniiilni; l« shore. Uiuly of the futlier nppurcnUy ni! in briiiil, iiuill yoslmlny when It was dlscovrrcil by llslierinen. 'I'he (liuiKhtrr'.s bcxly was BlnhU'1 hy sevcrnl |)coi)]e on the river nl Hnrllckl anil men linnit'illuU'ly wen' out in bont for the corpse. Hcmovocl to lilythcvllle hy Hv Cobb Fimeml Home It Inter war akcn to LnFoi'KC r-Mnerul wt Cariilhcrsvlllc, Mo, Beeause of condition of the bo lies, bnrlnl was made Innnedlnlel U Little Prnlrle cemetery llic«\ Tho fisherman, » u-UUnvtr, lor norly lived i\L Mayflcld, Ky., whcr Is youiiKcr (liuifiliter was burn. Lu .er, thu family moved to CnniLlicrK villc, Juliets Wound : arm Laborer Missouri Workman In Hospital Here; Two Men Arrested S:)uth Mississippi Cnmit-v brnti lies will vl« for thc Lille of "Mis: Osirola" Wednesday ni^ht \vhcn the beauty contest, is stngccl ;it thc O.sccola swimming pool. Thc contest i=i .sponsored by Oscenla Rotary Club. Following the style of a water pageant, the contestants will march around the pofil with cIToctivr," lighting rninp!etim: thc setting. "Miss O.sccolit" will rcprcf-rcr,'. thr: own in the "Miss Arkansas" con- Mar. test, lo be held July U a I Para- , May gould. Dec. in firing pistols, rifles, sun- mitchlnc guns ami otfi<H'~ firearms. • They parliclpnted in full dispel ol»s. and in rescue work as n Ica- turc or the week's program. Units Ki-vicwrd The Dlylhcvlllu unit participated in thc reyimcnf.al review Satiut in \vhioii n regimental hand of look part nloni; with 20 companies present, before a Ii 1 lumber of spectators. The Blythcville mill, like others n the slale. will continue to lune- ton In the volunteer service, without pny. until National Guard unit!; ire formed. The members, however, were paid for this week's encamp- nent with wages received as If on active duly. In addition lo the officers, these, other members attended: ScrgeatU. Jrnrlc One. Walter L. Lules; Her- eants. Grndc Three. Jimniic Jones, Hairy L. Lutes. Richard Pilchard; Sergeants. Frade Four, Chnrle.s A"h- by. Cullcn Dlxon, Lynn Kirch. Johnnie Llndemik', Charles T,iU!e, Harry Wrcdmati; Technician, Grade Fourth, Thomas K. Hciison; Corporal, Grade Filth. John Jlryc.ins. Rills Gunter. Harold .Jarred, John Halter; Technician. Gnido Filth. Carl Martin, Douglas Morris, Wll- fnrd Morris; Privates. Grade Sixth. Gaslon Allmon, Samuel Clark, Hosco Cralton. Rayfoid Grilfin. ['etc Grimes. William tlancs. James Haskins. toui.s Hodge, Louis Jones. A. J. Llnclsey. Jierjamln pilch.nd, J. C. Potect, J. W. Willamson, ward Vniiilcrgrlft. MKMI'HIS, Venn., Juno 24. (U.P.)—A group of red- listed bandits, armed with machine guns and shotguns; iiKt'd an $80,000 robbery curly yesterday at Blackfish iilur Club, Hwiinky'fil. Fhinci.s County, Ark., night Spot, it us revealed hero today. •...•• AUyy. <ien. Will Gerbcr and Detective Chief M. A.,Hinds aitl iut'ormiitiuii of the robbery enme from "reliable par- ies," allluniKh no official reprt bud been received here * from Arkiinsas authorities. Thi! Arkansas Highway, .Patrol I Forrest City. Ark., confirmed 'he obbery report, but said any Infor- iiitIon would have to..,eorne from atrol chief Jack Porter,. who was working on the cane with -Sheriff <o<li;cr West. Neither. Porter nor West could be reached for.* state? num. .. - , „ Cicilx'r said BO persons were In he club, an aliened gambling es- nbll.ilmient, when six armed inch entered at 2 a.m. one ot the men cportedly slugged Jessie Shoemak. T, club operator, with * pistol. lUndll, Very Polit» The Memphis Prtus-SclmHar quoted an eyewitness us laying" the bandits g"l In the neighborhood of $100,0(10, most of which came from Ihe club safe and canh boxes on dli'c tables. The banrills herded RUMts against the wiills, the eyewitnesses said. They took cash and car keys trom men present, but mndc no. attempt to rob women. The bandits were described "m young and "very polite" | en who N. O. Cotton 2971 2%B 2% 7 20!>0 •2!)S. r > 2m i 'jnas OT07 2D77 20CG 297C .'./inbtlier daughter also mnkcs he Soviets Criticize Baruch Proposal Red Party Organ Asserts Atomic Bomb Plan Not Satisfactory MOSCOW.: Juno 2-1. CLT.IM—The Communist ! J iuiy oi'Kim Praviuln imlay (Icnounerd the Biumh atomic <:nergy plan as an utLntnpt. by United .Stales to "u.shibltaii vorltl domination" nnd ducliired hut, "such ninbitioii.s cimnoL .suc- :or<] in oitr I Inn;." The plan \v»s rojcclcct by a Pi'o- ,'ntla icvlowci- on ijiounds Ilia I- It vonld consecrate the Ainc-vlcan iionopoly on atomic, bomb sccrntK. hnL It war; dp-sl^ncd to dcslroy the vnl.0 ])owrr i" Mir Unlli.'d Naltim.s, uul Dial it n Lined at establishing \vnrld dominnl ion. I'rnviida MI id 'he prnciuclion nt a I nni bombs was not, entirely In novrrnmcnt handfi, various plin.scs iili let nut, nn ccmlrncl lo "private monopolistic finns Kiicli as Do Nrmonrs, whose 1 enllin ]jrcwnr out- lonk \va.s coiuicolof! by ti thoufinnd (lucncis to thc Gcrmim I. G. I^r- brn industry." 'The Amniciin plan is Intended to consolidate tho United S tales monopoly on I ho production of atomic; weapons Indefinitely," EVa- viida jinId, Direct "Y" Activities past two days. Saturday two can- Rasllid . Mr an<1 Mrs Gcorgc nashid didr.tes for Secretary of State, Ed- ^ son Mrs Rtc ,, ard nashid aml W3 ^ r, i^1! lS ?V l Texarkana j .„ d Ri[ , llarcl Bll o[ and Robert F. Manson of Little Fort Madlson , lowa . Jim and R . l!ph Rock withdrew, leaving Secretary , Florence. Ala., Mr. a nd of State C. G. Hall hi undisputed Mrs Rl|fus Sa , lba of Clcv( , l3n ,,. Miss.. Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Khourie of naytt. Mo. Mrs. Mary Saliba and Mrs. Myrtle Jackson, both of Brazil, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. George Moses ot Mounds, III.. Mr. and Mrs. Louts George of Osccola. possession other two of the years. office for an- Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, Philanthropist, Dies NEW YORK, June 24. (U.P.) — Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, 89. widow of the steel magnate, died today in her home after an illness of three months. Mrs. Camegie. a kindly, bluc- Uyed woman with snow while hair. engaged in so many philanthropic activities during her long life Hint she became known as "the woman who makes other people's troubles her own." She and the late .slccl leader, who was 25 years her senior, were married in 1887. Her raoldcn name was Louise Wliltfield and her family, although modorrvtoly wealthy, lived simply. Elderly Couple Hurt In Missouri Accident Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Wliitwell ci Braggadocio. Mo., each 'H years old, received Injuries in an automobile accident late yesterday in Pemlscot County. Mo. Removed lo Walls Hospital, examination disclosed Mr. Whllwnli has a broken arm and Is bruised and Mrs. Wliitwell has laccraMons on thc back of a hand and bruises. They wore injured when their c,".r collided 'VlMv n Irifk. il w'is nn- Young Woman's Body Discovered in Her Home Mrs. Cora Belle Mintori, 18, wile of C. D. Minion, committed suicide last night 1>\> shooting Iverscil through the abdomen, it was announced today hy the Osceola ol- ficc of Sheriff Hale Jackson. On the porch of her farm home at Victoria community, 12 miles vvcsl of here, she left somo friends there, saying she was going lo write her mother a letter. A fe'.v minutes later, gunfire was heard and they found her dead, her mother, Mrs. S. B. | nrd. Thc tragedy occurred snortly after 7 o'clock. The body was removed to Swift Funeral Home. Osccola, and Liter taken ( o Booncvtllc, Miss., for burial there tomorrow. Coroner W. II. stovall was uo'-i- fled of the shooting but Investigating officers said no inquest was necessary. Mr.s. Million was tho daughter of a. i). Hoard, who nlso formerly resided in BlythtviUc. Firman nyniiin (Assistant Secretary) .Tamrs P. Garrolt i Executive Secretary On th c Y staff for thc first, time this Summer arc James I Garrolt a:id Hi man Bymnn. Mr. Gnrrotl come hcrr from Lake Charles. I.a. tn serve ;.s Rcncral executive secretary nnri Mr- Byntiin Is tlic Y assistant. Mr. Garrotl was pradunled from Transylvania College nnd received a Master's degree from Southern YMCA Mr. Bynum, nlso is assistant conch at Blythcvillo Ill|;h School. He w:is urnduatcd from .Unlvci'sily ot Arkansas. _ _ | . Blytheville Boy, Pfc. Jesse Ray, Drowns in Texas Ptc. Jesse Ray. IB-yoar-old son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hny. »'ns i drowned .Saturday while swlmmlni; at nmxlolph Field. Texas, where stationed. his parents yesterday were notified. Details of the tragedy were undisclosed but another message was expected shortly. 'I lie l>ody. en roulc home 'or burial. Is not expected to arrive ,clorc tomorrow uith funeral serv- ccs probably held Wednesday, al- hiuitih :irrant;c:iuenls wci'e incom- ilctr cutty this afternoon. Cobb ! nnrnil Home Is in charge. Tiir youth hcgan Ills Army Air forces service Nov. fj. alter hav- ng nsslstcd his lather in farming it their place, three miles \vcst of Ncv,- Liberty community. Hem March 7, 1928, he was reared In lhat section. He.sidrs his parents, he leaves lour sisters. Cecil. Dorothy, Rose and sybil Ray, and a brother Charles Ray. Shot thioiiKh Ihe body In iiiini- •OUK places, JnuiL's SlrmiK. :if>- 'iir-old Cooler, Mo., farm laborer H a patient at Walls Hospital fol- nwlinj an altcrciillnn Raliirda) ilnht near Cooler which rosullcc n "Tirk" Alexander, in, and Mur- vln I'erry. '.>."!. also nf lhat town : held In Jull lit Cnrulhc'rs- vllle, Mn. Alexander Is charged with afiSiiul' with Intent, to kill and Perry will accessory lo the fact or ussaul with intent lo kill, pvndlni; out como of StroiiK'a Injuries. Thc; me to ho (;lven a preliminary hear Itil! next Monday at Cnruthcrsvllle SlroiiK is expected Id recover mi less complications develop, ul lhoui:h shot Ihroimh the left urn both Ices and bwly. Ilnlli Alexander and Perry den Ihe rluiiKe.i but Peiulscol Count I>puty Sheriff Melvln Clark, Cooler, U miles north of Hlylhc vllle, said SlroiiR iiislsled Iho were his aSBiijInnUi and that InvciiHttotlon, not' yet completed, wiis l:earlni; out what the Injured nun told him. Pli'nnn was shot through the darkness us lie operated an alfalfa mower on Ihe Jenkins Farm, one- hair itillti west of Cooler. Funnel about IS mlnules Inter liy the ftcld foreman, Walter Webu. lie was removed to the hospital here. The Injured mitn told Officer Clark and Wclib that the nltercn- , lion, lending lo (he shoolluu, start-' when n fellow worker, Alex- iindcr. said to awaken him when the li'uck arrived. Hlronj; said lift replied that he didn't care whether he awakened him and prepared lo rc.sumo work, Alexander started toward him wllh a wrench he pulled from his poekcl. according to SlroilB, who .said he secured the wrench after Ki'JippUnf; wilh him. When Alexander allegedly put Ills hand In his pocked for Ills knife. .Strong said he pulled out hi.s own knife and Alexander backed off. I Arrival of Ihe field foreman' momentarily stopped Iho altcrca- , tlnti with Webb reprimanding both ' mm. It was said. | When he left Alexander disappeared. It was said he went lo an- nlher field, secured his brother's car and went home. TelUnj; his young brother he and Stroiii; were (joiiiB rabbit hunting, he obtained u shotgun end was said to have slarled to Cooler. Overtaking I'erry, driver • of Ihe pickup truck In which Alexander's mother was a passenger, he pulled the truck lo Cooler where he and IVrry allegedly had several drinks. They disappeared and when thc ield foreman was lold Alexander lad leturned lo the ftcld. he went hunt him. Ifc found Strong shot. spoke with foreign accents. .They., staged tho robbery deliberately and were In the club one hour and 10 minutes before escaping in several cars. Attendants at the club refused to discuss Ihe robbery today. ••• Admission to thc club Is limited, lo members siml their friends. Part of the club grounds is enclosed by a high wooden fence. Molotov Softens Before Big Four Russian Turns Down Plea for Frontier Revision With Italy Bids Sought on Army Surplus at Air Field 'C.ipl. liohcrt II. Duke, salvage officer of HlyUicvillc Army All- Field where cnuipment Is beinc; sold, has announced another "small article" sale. Thc sale, for which bids will 1> C taken. Is to beqln tomorrow through next Monday al- tcrnoon. The articles, arranged In lots averaging about $150 each but some running from much less than that lo S3CO each. Include typewriter desks, two chairs, water cooler, cont racks and other such Hems. Other lots include such articles as electric motors, oxygen cylinders and other articles, which arc in the 30 lols to be sold. Thc items may be seen from 8,30 a. in. to 4:30 p. m., excluding the lunch hour from 12 to 1 p. in., it was announced. PAUIS, June 24. (UP)— At the prompting of V. M. Mototov, thc foreign ministers council dealt n clcalh Wow today to Austria's clnims for frontlnr revisions with Italy, tnnUnK down tin Austrian demand for thc Pustertnl Valley In the South Tyrol. Tlie council decided earlier this yenr thnt no major frontier favsr- Ing Austria would be made In t!io South Tyrol. It left open the possibility nf minor changes, and tlic AiisUlnns renewed their claim to the Pustcrtal. Russian Foreign Minister Molotov proposed today a resolution to the effect thnt any transfer of the.Piis- tertnl, In thc nortiieasiern part of the South Tyrol, could not lie rc- ISiuded »s constituting a "minor change." Under terms of the. previous decision. It meant that Austria's claim was rejected. Molotov's resolution blaslec\ Austrian hojw.s of recovering at least a part of thc South Tyrol, which wan lost to Italy after thc last wnr. Whether this championing of , Itnly was aimed to get reciprocal I concessions over Trieste remained to be seen. Tho council again debated *the French frontier claims against Italy. but reached no agreement. Tlic chief point at issue was the status of the Tendcs and Brigue valleys, with their two hydro«lectric i sta- llonr, supplying power to Qono<*. • Molotov opposed any nrul decision before the council hnd time til study a memorandum on tlie subject circulated among the dele- potions by the Italian embassy on Mav 6. Tlie memorandum hfid not been discussed by the council, although presumably it was examined b> the Individual delegations. Secretary of State Jumes F, Byrnes told Molotov that thc Italian govtrnment had full opportunity to plead its case and that the council had no time to study these problems. But Iviolotov stood fast. Grass Fire Extinguished A riovtiiin of tlic now-dry bayou near 318 North First, was Ihe scene of a fire this morning, soon ox Unfinished by tho lire department aflci 1 called nt 11:05 o'clock. The names were confined to dead grnss nnioiiK tlie many (in ram thovr. Tliui. .vas ng (Icnnnec. N. Y. Cotton NEW YORK, Juno 24. (U.P.)- CoUon closed steady. Mar. May July Oct. Dec. 2968 2S90 2004 2985 2.145 2953 2054 2*H> 20CG 2982 2?>88 2954 2<H5 2fl54 2905 2979 2975 2952 2962 2370 Supreme Court Upholds Conviction for Murder UTTLE ROCK, Ark,, June 24. <UP>—Thc Arkansas Supreme Court today affirmed a Marion County Circuit Court decision and held Ben Riddle guilty o! secwd degree murder In the death of Walter Ashmcad, last Nov. 20. • - • Riddle appealed on the grounc's lhat insufficient evidence fnile-i to prove that he shot Ashmead In. ttx back with a shotgun. Weather ARKANSAS—Flhrtly' cloudy io- riay, tonight and Tuesday, scattered thundershowcrs Tuesday nnd west today. _. ., ,., , . •.

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