The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1947 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.y COURIER NEW3 , v TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1947 U. of A. is Center Of Hew Dispute Uptvercity Officials D*tiy Charge Hurled By Ousted Professor. I'FAYETTEVILLE, A™. Moy 27. iUW -More.than 350 students petitioned Gov. Ben Laney today to ' .InxcstlEale the biller controversy nt the University of Arkansas wht'ie n "designed educator leveled charges of "politics in the school" resulting In faculty ''piii'ges." Dr. Fiosscr B. M>lto:i, who rc- sltincd rtJftor two years as an nsso- chile' economics profsssor, char[;ed that the College of Business Administration and Ag'-iciillii.'a were befng "purged" by the administration. Dean Robert A. Letlv.- of Ihr; I.<iw School and head of the administrative committee, denied the charge in the absence of the imlvcrslt./K new president. Dr.-Lewis Webster Jones, who is winding up his affairs as head' of Bennington College, Vt L:llar further denied charges Ulut ' academic freedom was beini! sllOed "I know that reports of reactionary efforts to prevent th» scientific examination" of 'progressive scientific thinking are common in th-. United S.tates," I.eflar salil. But Leflar added that the University's administrative committee had .been unable t(s find uv.y evidence of- "such repression" at '.he University. ' Bean .Paul W. Iijilaiii of the College of Business Admini^Lratlnii salt! that the whole question "involves whether Comnuinisiri-fs bclna tauyht in .the University." Melton disclaimed .my Convmnn- isllce tendencies saylnij Hint there is "too much politics in the sellout ' Trthe \vrong kind of politics. MK-II with doctorates, he said, were bi:inn bv-passed for promotion by riion with the "rlRlit poinicul connec- . tions."' Wanda Lee Humphrey woi first _ _ , . D ,-^;II •, place for selling the most poppies | I f> KODCrt J. nymill Jr. in the annual Poppy !>.>>• Sr.le | " '" :iere Saturday, Mrs. N. J. Humphrey, chairman, said tnil:iy. I Other girls who placed in the, contest were Mary Jennlr.es, set- olid and Joan Matheny, third. Junior High School girls •;•'iK'.iiiA- ed street sales and nismbei'i of the American U'Blon Aux'Hiu-y were located in booths. The sale is s]x>nsorcd nnnnnily Awards Winners Homed In Annual Poppy Sale study courses organization*. in Weslfyan Guild Lois Turner Engaged by the American legion Auxilloiy. Poppies were made by vslcrans of lx)th wars and [irocceds will go to those men, their families and tin? families of the dead of bilh wars. Local People Attend Wcs/eyan Guild Meeting Representatives of the Wesley*" Guild of First Methodist Church here were among those who atlcnd- e<i the district meeting of the Wesleyan otilld Sunday aflernoon In Leachvllle. They were Mrs. M. S. Edwards, Miss Mary Hublcr. Miss Euto;il;i Whltwovth. Miss Mnmle Adams and Mrs. Maude Melton. The program was a round-table discussion and during the Imshws-s session, plans were discussed io.~ Mr. and Mrs Will P. Tnrnei 1 oi Steelc, Mo., luivc aiinoimccd Uv! engiigcineni of tlioir daii|',lit<'r. Miss I.ols Kll/ubolli Turner, lo Hoberl .J, Uyinlll. Jr., son of Robert J. Ry- mlll nncl the laic Mrs Rymlll of Fort Laranik 1 , Wyoming. The wedding viill be solemnized June 4 at 2:30 p.m. In the Plrsl Baptist Church. Baby Killed, Two Injured By Runaway Automobile UIIIMINGHAM, Ala, May 21. (UP) — A nine months old biiby was tlrad lotlny and u slx-year-:>ld sister mid their miilhor Injured by (i runaway automobile which struck Ihrm while they were playin;; in llidr buck yard horn. Susan llhocla Rlvcnbaik was hilled Instantly by thr drlverlcKs car Intc yesterday, llnriln Aim wn> critically Injured and Mrs. Tea? A Hivenbrirk. Jr., was hospitalt/ed with minor Injuvles. Police .snld the automobile pi) 5 -' over the- bodies of thn two -I'hltd- ren, II had rolled from where It was parked on a .street nearby into their driveway, finally crashing into the Rlvonbark home. HOOVER Continued from Paf# 1 Mr. Tnunim's request. He also aEk- :?d the former president to cuggust measures which ml'jhl relieve th'j :k'm:mds upon AmcL'le-jin taxpayers "or foreign relief. Mr. lioovvr said th« i725.tx>,- 00« appropriation ">li»uM be made" unil that the British a'.sS must contribute their share at relief fur the zone they ocopy In (lermany. "Tliese enormous sums are Inescapable for the next year unless millions of people unctei' imr Ihiyii are lo {lie of starvation," ho said. 13uL. he s<\ld, steps must be taken Lo etui the Imrdcns on the American taxpayers. Among otli-jr thiiiKs. JK suyeestrd Ixslter coordination of ihe live or six agencies In Washington now deullni; wltli rellir. Mr. Hoover did not place all trie blame for conditions hi the occupied countries on Russian obstruc- more Hoover said. Pointing out that the situation in Japan was not coinplliati-d By tfonul occupation of other tnr.ua, Mr. Hoover went on to pro[>ose tU0l: "We should at once summon Ihc peace conference with J,,pmi and make a peac« with her by iu mnny naUons'as wish to adher.-." Uonlsin, Some of It, li? said, rmi&t separate peace with this Kovern- be shouldered by the allies for their ment If the next cOnrs-renc? of im- policies of reparation mid Indus-i eign ministers does not sticcec;! In trial demilitarization, which t,)g6th- • more constructive•'' pallete," Mr. PI with Russia's delay in muking "" peace with Germany one! Japan "have paralyzed the industrial productivity of these countries," He also charged that Fiance, as well as Russia, was violating Ihe J'otsdani Agreement provision call- Ing for economic unification of the lour occupied zones >( Germany. Mr. Hoover conteivleJ that binee there \vas a violation or the unification provision, the U. S. was no i longer bound by the Potsdam provisos governing reparations and Industrial policies. • "The lime has come," Mr. Hoover continued, "when wo should Issue a last call to Russia anil Franco lo comply with the Potsdam Agreement." fn any event, he said, nclion should be taken lo set up :\ temporary cuMlriiliKcd Gcrmr-.n government in the Anglo-American lame subject to military direction. "We might even contemplate, a AH of Your Life Insurance Needs General American Life Ins. Co. E. H. FORD, District Manager l.yiicli Bid}?. Business I'lione 2811 Res'. :U85 BOB MALONE t • Plaster • Stucco • Concrete Phone 2028 Better, WARM-FLOOR Heating! AUTOMATIC! CLEAN! Burns Low-Cast (^ NoFkeToTnif • No Ashes To Remove Graduates With Honors From Centra! at Conway CONWAY. Ark.. Mny 21. (UPI — Mrs. Joyce Franks Sanders of Baric was graduated from 'Central College here last night with highest honors. She-received the assoclat2 of arts dinlomas with Sumina Cuai Laiide honors. - » • • Cum Loude honors were received Ijiy: ' ' Lavonne Gibson of Ycllvillc, Daisy Mozclle , Myers of I^nke Village, Barbara Belle Green of Hot Springs, Anna Mac Davenport, of St. Joe, Jinnnlc Faye Dnvls of Austin, nh.l Idn Eudocla Bennett of Dccalur- ville. Tciin. , • James Tails Are Parents Of Son, James Estil Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James 'Full of New York City, formerly of Dlytheville. are. pRr.cnts-of a son born yesterday. He has been named James Estll, Jr. .... Mrs. Tull is the former Miss Vlr- ginnia Tompkins of Burdette. Her mother, Mrs. ,J. P. Tompkins of Burdette is with her. Legionnaires to Meet Members of the Dud Cason Post 24 of the American Lefiion will hold their weekly mcetiiis; uv a o'clock tonight at the Lesion Hut here. TWy'r* Colenua builtl —that 5 features for top economy, "-,be»ury. Set them in Jy (Cxiljrl 45-M. £'132" GHAtLlSS. 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