The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1947 · Page 8
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.PAGE EIGHT Slate's PMA Staff May Be Reduced ;. Arkansas Director Prepares. Dismissal Notices for 278 LITTI/E ROOK, Ark., May i'8. <UP> — The Arkansas Production und. JiiarkcliiiE Administration has ordered the discharge of an esU- malcd 278 employe.; mid virtual abandonment of tliD Ell.CM.OO soil f.ohJerratioii' program in the slale. ,J..L. Wright, in charge of the state office, said lie received the order Sunday from the u. S. Department, of Agricultural Promic- tipn iinrl Markelins Administration. It was based on n cut of nearly 35 per cent in 'Department of Agriculture appropriations recommended by tlie ncnse Approprla- lions Committee. Wright said 30-diy notices were. being prepared lodiiy for the 53 Little nock employes an dan nv-1 crime of three in each of the state's 7? counties. I he entire 1947 conservation is being abandoned, tlie director «»!d, and alt orders for superphosphate and nuricultiiral lime liavo been stopped. I •Tlie government has allocated *5,4I1,CCO to thp state, an amount to be matched by tlie formers who also provide the labor. With nearly five months of the proernm already aonc, Wright said It is likely that the government already has spent more than its reduced appropriation could stand and that farmers may be asked for refunds. .The proptra mincluded the use of superphosphate on pastures nnd coyer crops, nsricultural lime on pastures and fora^o crops, terracing, drainage ditches, nual stock ponds, and improvement of pastures by mowing and cleaning. Wright said he and his sccre- Scoily Quick 11 Hurt in Boiler Blast BLYTIIEVILLE (AKK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1947 Strikes in Public Utilities Banned By Law in Florida TALLAHASSEE. Fla., May 28. (UP) — Florida lawmakers slapped a ban on public utility strikes today requiring Ir.lxn- and maiingc- I nient to settle disputes before a stale arbitration hoard. Violators faco penalties of $10,000 per day. The measure was sent, to (Jov Millard Caldwcll for denature. Trainer Attacked by Lion DECATUll, Cia., May IS. (UP) — Lion Trainer Ernest Eiigercr of Sprmgfteld Gardens, N. Y., owed I his Ille loday lo workmen who pok- | cd IOIIK poles through a cage ai mi enraged lion which bit and clawed ' him painfully during a benefit rlrcus perlormance. Eugerer crawled through the door to safety while attendants held off the lion. tote £ niry Pulls Ahead, Takes First Place — and 2 Drivers into Custody NASHVILLE, Tcnn., May 20 (UPj ~ An uninvited post, entry turned out winner In Hie- race uo- tvteen Gracy S Smllli anil Uoljert S. Nollncr late yesterday to see whose car was the fastest on busy Gallatln Pike. The last-minute onlry was Motorcycle Policeman Morgan .Smith, whose speedometer, he said, registered 85 miles an hour before/lie nost'd ahead — nnd made arrests Tor reckless driving. Eleven IH.T.SOII.S Ve're- injured, iiiost" of' tiioni Company plant at McKees Hocks, Teloplioto.) sly.ii, liirn:i;c blast at the rockhard' Ii'oii s- Steel Pa. Most of tlie injured were caught under a shower of bricks. Franz Von Pop Brutally Beaten By Prison inmate •NUEE-NIiERG, May 23. (UP) — Prann von Papon, former Nazi diplomat now serving a prison Imn at Hcgcnsuuru. was reported todny lo have been attacked and wom.d- cil seriously in the hospital ward of the prison by a former S3 of- ricn' Wednesday. Franz von Papen, Jr., son of the OTIC lime "t;ray fox" of German diplomacy, reported <hc attack on his father. He si!i,i the elder Von rtipcn's nose and cheekbone were broken and his eyelid and lips were torn when the SS man, believed to he insane, .struck him several tinier and I hen kicked him as he fell to the floor. The son paid Von Pnncn was in .-.(•rioiis condition at Relnsbnr;;. but a|:p?arrd lo | )( . nut. of dancer. V"n papen CD, is snrvini: an ""iit-vrar seiHniiro imposed by a GcrniRii diinnzlflcsitinn roini Ho was one of Ihe thrr c d.-feiulnnU acmiittfd n(. the NucrnbcrK war nrimes ti'ial. Georgia State Guard Gets Stolen Ammunition Back SAVANNAH, Cia.. Mav 28. (Ul') —The Sdtlt,' Gn:ir<l today fecov- frcd four tear ua.s ijienadc.s, iv.-;> boxes of machinc-yiin ammmiilion Smiley Quickj who helped regain Ihc Walker Cup from Great Britain, celebrales by donning a Balmoral bonnet at Carnoustie, Scotland. American learn niembers remained : for British Amateur. and four machine-nun mugnxiiifs stolen last week fro/n lh e Ouara"' supply room. A sinnl boy at play found Ihc ammunition under a policeman's shed in Eorsyth Park. Read Courier News Want Ails. So creamy white -a real delight/ HuMKo ...THE Dainty COOKING FAT JfsWondernj.1! It's all vegetable In the Nc>,- England hurricane of 1039, salt, spray from the oci'an damaged trees 100 'miles inland. Arkansas AFL Unions To' Ignore Closed Shop Law M'lTLIJ ROCK. Ark., May 20. (UP) — George Goose,, a Soutlicrii labor official served notice today thai the API. will ignore all slate anti-close shop laws pending a U, s. supreme Court ruling on the issue. CJOOBO, Southern AFL organizational director .said thai no union had been able It) get a test, case into court because grand Juries have [ailed to return Indictments. He said thai 85 per cent of union clntracts Include some form Dl union scivilty, cither closed <»' union shop. Rend Courier News Want AUs. BINGO PARTY AMERICAN LEGION HUT Sponsored By The Yarbro Home Demonstration Club Thursday, May 29 Admission Only Assorted 1'ri/cs (Including Fiirm Products) Bus Drivers Get Humjry, Get Lunch, Get Suspended NASHVTLLE. Tcnn., May an. <U!'l ~ The news leaked out only today. Two Nashville bus drivers, whose names were withheld by the company, have ben reinstated afinr a one-week suspension. H seems they became hunury while \vnilini; for tl'eh- pit-nil, pnrty In r;et rrartv to return to town In the ehnrlerwl buses, hopped into one of the two vehicles and drove 15 miles to biinon for lunch. InaUyourbiscuil-bakinfrdays, you'll make coldon-crustcd you'vcncveropcncdyourovcn rolls mid fine, delicate cjjkc.s on bisciiilsso extra-lender and quickly — easily — because thi:> lasly! You can expect biscuits is a /«s/er Pillshiiry's lie si for like this — cccry time ...... with modem baking. You'll find a rillsljury's Best Flour and Ibis folder of Ann I'illslniry'sslrrarn- Ann Pillshury recipe. Ami lined recipes in every bag. AIM Pillsbury's BAKING POWDER BISCUITS loV« of 45QP F. for 12 Io15 ^l^1v^cl. Sifl f«9«thtr. . .2 cups sifted Pills- nuRv's HF.ST Kn- richcrl FLoua 3 teaspoons doublc- acting baking IKiwdcr "*/! tcospoon salt Cw» In ... J.f cup Ehortcning with pastry blender or l\vo knivca until mixture resembles coarse MoVci 14 tmcuih. .?£ cup milk; mix only u ntit all flour is Knead gontly (m floored tM>r.nl for a few soc- uiuts. Roll lo i-i-im-h Iliirknoss r\ii<] cut \vilh '^-itich CVltUT. Place on utiprcii^d b;xliing slice I. Bake in Imt ovcti O50^ V\) for 12 lo lo ininutL^. You tjour Best Bcs* ?uisbnify's ]L .BEST?! ^xxxx/| iary would rcumln in the Little Rock of/ice for the time bcim'. ITS A GREAT DAY-FOR THE GRADUATE Is you stand on the Threshold you're try'iny, just a bit clumsily, not to trip on your lonfj robe . . . you feel I he r/nicA- handshakes of friends and relatives . . . It's yraduaiion nifjht and you're on the threshold of anew life . ,. to you a new world ... a world which you hope to make bet- ter by your work and efforts. It's a great day for the graduate ... A day of mortar boards and sheepskins . . . liacculaureate scr- - wees and warm wishes for success . . . 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