The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1950 · Page 12
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(AJIR.) COUMR J4EW1 MONDAT, A?WL M, INT Group Would Rule on Soft Goal Mining Asks Regulation of Coal Prices \ Lured *>Y Sawdust, Spangles MSKS neguiarion or v-oai r rices* B/yt/)ey . //e Yout/1 JolV|J ClVcu , April JO M 1 }- Ktt*ora (D-WVA) proposed that concrtM »et up a eom- wfrth power to regulate the •oft, «•! teckMtry »nd fix eoal ptieM »t MM mln«i. Th*'*«ency would be created un- <tv t W1I which he plain to offer In ttt« 8«nate. He uid it ha* the approval ot many United Mine. Work«• loe«l unions and coal operators. Milgore> action cam« after repeated demand* In Congress for • atudjr to discover (.lie basin ««- «pw for the soft coal Industry'* Via. President Truman also has miggeflted such an Inquiry, Proposal Aftw Strike Ttae«e proposals were made during mid after the recent coal atrlke which created serious, fuel »hort- • ges rn many parts of the country. iKtlgore said In a statement that unless price fixing laws are adopted by Congress, there Is a danger in the Industry of a "riotous compel Hive price situation." The Kilgore. proposal would authorize the President lo name a live-member commission to administer the new coal regulations. Two members would represent the coal producers, two would represent the coal producers, two would represent the miners, and the tilth member •would represent the public as com.'mission chairman. Also Would Create , The measure also would set up: 1. Twenty-three district producer* .boards to advise the comtnis- •lori and to carry out adminislra- Hre duties. J. A national distributors' board to aid In the regulation of coal distribution: J. An office of consumer consel hi''the Department of Interior to (We the public (i rolce In the fixing of price*. The commission could only regulate' prices charged at the nune.i, KDgore said, and would have no power to' fix prices charged by m- fcdl boa! dealer* in the domestic M'CARTHY WhM) ttw Kir* Bro«. drew put-up thi bif tent at Macon, Oa., Saturday, a* the annual tour of one! nltrht stands that reach from Georgia to Canada opened,' Billy Sam Berryman, of Blytheville. WM out ballyhoolng the acts, driving stakes and selling ticket*. After stealing several ahowx with his amtteur tumbling and because Of a yen to see the world, Billy Bam, son of Mr, »nd Mrs. JR. A. Berryman, decided to give the ways of the saw-dust and .spangles a try. At present, he is working out with the Christian! family. The family of 12 equestrians, teeter board acrobats, tiancers on llKht wires, etc., has received top billing for three generations as circus performers. Training for Billy Sam Is on his own time, but circus managers have Indicated that it won't be long before he can "get In on the act." Billy Sam has been In Macon for the past few weeks training with a tumbling team and studying acrobatics, as he awaited the opening of the circus shows. He was graduated from Blytheville High School In 1948, and attended the University of Arkansas after.his graduation. When I he clowns, girls, elephants, trumpeting and tooting calliopes herald the circus' arrival in Blytheville next fall, a familiar looking acrobat may be in the troupe ol performers. The King Bros. Circus was Blytheville last year on Oct. 2fi was the first showing In Blytheville In about 20 years. Floyd King, manager of the circus, is from Dyersburg, Tenn., and has been with the circus for 3 years. Obituaries BERLIN REDS GET READY FOR "MAYTIME"—Members of Berlin's Frel Deutsche .Tugend, Communist youth organization, work on a stadium slated to seat 70,000 persons for a giant May parade and 'demonstration in the Soviet sector of the German capital. Hundreds of members of the Soviet youth group have been brought to Berlin lo help get ready for the May demonstrations, during which Reds have threatened lo "lake over" Berlin'! western sectors. Senate Confirms Pace, Symington WASHINaTOff, April it. </P) The 8*nate today confirmed W. •Hliw-t Symington, now aicretary of the Air Pore«, M chairman of the National Security Resources Board. >r»nk Pace. Jr., present budget *recior, also was approved BJ secre- Wrr of »ie Arm». Sand Springs, Oklahoma Man Held in Robbery TULSA, Oklft., April 10. (AP)—A 38-year-old Sand Springs, Okla., man was being held for nuPStionlng today in thn robbery of the Jenta ?ank yesterdny and kidnapiiiE of he city marshal and a companion. Jenk-s City Marshal Raymond Carey identified Wilbur Buttle us one of the thre men who abducted him and Kenneth Brown, his 17- year-oid brother-in-law, eftrly ye.t- erday. Battle was being held without Tw» /» $Wte»*crt Fir* 'U, Mo., April 10. IIP)— Two mall children, daughters of Ur. and Mrs. Leo McCormick, died kr the damn that destroyed the .' home Here today. They were " JUM, 1-monUia old, and IJar- IKM, 14-iaonttu old. A four-year •M ••*, I<>o, Jr., wan playing In the rift »»d WM uninjured. T^M .aaother wax In downtcr Btkeiton when the fire started and Mr. McCorrhiek's mother. Mrs. Olli* McCormick, was In another part ol the dwelling .when an oil burning heating *tov« flamed up while the chMdren were'in front part of the house. , Th* dwelling »nd another resi denee owned by Mrs. McCormick next door, were completely tie stroyed. Binagglo's Funeral Held Today charge, the highway patrol reported. Carey and Brown were released in west Tulsa. 10 miles north of the robbery scene by the three young men who had looted the bank of $46, a. pistol and radio. The kidnapers handcuffed them, lied them with wire and stripped them of heir boots, pistols and wallets. The getaway car was traced to Sand Springs early today, but officers Io5t the trail. Two of the bandits broke into the bank through a front door about 1 a.m. After failing to open the vault, they scooped W» Irom cash drawer. When they broke > window in the adjoining .postoffice to e.tcape, the noise attracted Marshal Carey anc his companion, who investigated. They apprehended two of the robbers as they crawled through the window, but a third member nf the band sneaked up behind Carey and disarmed him. They were then trussed up and tossed into the getaway auto. Their cnpiors rtnmpert Carey and Brown two hours later. KANSAS CITY, April 10. Iff 1 )— * Today they came to bury Charles Blnaggio, himself a pa!]l>earer 17 •ears ago for another Kansas city aorthsifte political boss, wiped out >y gangland gunfire. Flowers banked the casket.of Bin- iggio, who with his top henchman, Dharles Gargottii, was shot down In Lheir Democratic ward club rooms liere* early Thursday. More than 500 flora] pieces were In the little funeral home chapel where the two bodies lay until they were taken to different Catholic Churches for their funeral services. Scores of police plain eiothesincn mingled with the crowd gathered to bid farewell to the two men. both of whom were pallbearers 17 years ago for John Lazla, whose political throne on the northstrie Binagglo inherited. Gfl'rgotta's services were first. The 49-yenr-old Gargotta. known as the enforcer- and executioner, wns taken to the St. Agnes Church across the line in Kansas where he had lived In comfortable style. Floral pieces, which banked the caskets,-had been, sent from many places;~'from Miami, Fla.: Reno. Nev.; Chicago, Detroit, Dallas, Angeles;"San• Francisco,. St. Louis and New ?ork. After Oargotta'ti casket was taken from the little chapel for the trip to the church, some 70 Binagglo mourners remained in the room lighted by a white neon cross above and in back nf Ihe 4l-ycnr-o!c politician's casket. Victims of Blaze Are 'Improved' Condition of Mrs. Dennison ,J. ones and her two children Judy, , and Toiiey, I, of Mllligan Ridge, i'cre reported "improving sattsfnc- orlly" 1 by attendants at St. Ber- inrd's Hospital In Jonesboro today. Mrs. Jones suffered painful burns bout the face and arms while res- iling Judy and Toney Irom a fire which destroyed their home at Miligan Ridge Saturday moniing. Hospital atlendPfiUs said the mo- her and her children probably would be dismissed from the hos- l today or, tomorrow. Former Pine Bluff Mayor Dies PTNE BLUFF. Ark.. April 10. fffv-1 of Ilic A. M.'anrt N. College for Ne- Forrrier Pine Bluff Mayor Hurry T. | grow; here for 20 years. The General Arrives TOKYO, April 10. m-Gcnera Marshall' has arrived for duty. ' Sgt. General L. Marshall- o Princeton, W. Vn., a veteran of foil yenrs, was assigned to the 2t2th Mil itary'Police Company. FBI Promises Immunity For Information on Robbery of Brinks BOSTON, April 10. (API — "Complete immunity from pro.se- cution" was promised today for any sicce^-sory In the $1/700,000 Brink's robbery who helps con- vicL the actual fjunmen- Mas.-jachuseU.s Attorney General Francis E. Kelly promised the immunity as police pdmitted they still were without clues In the brazen Jan. 17 holdup. Kelly cited a state court decision in which he said "It has been definitely established that once the good faith of the commonwealth has ben pledged by the attorney general, the courts are bound by solemn obligation to see to it that public faith* ia duly kept 14 Miners Are Killed MANILA, April 10. <>TV-At Icnst U miners were killed when an ore train over turned Saturday night near the town of General MacArthur, southeastern Snmnr Island. Rescuers dug out 18 miners burled under tons Q[ iron ore. FOR SALE Concrete culvert*, 12 Inch to tx inch, plain nr reenforced AlMi Concrete Building Blocks cheaper than limhcr for barm, chicken hoase*. pump fioases, tenant hmi*e*. Loo) fthed*. We deliver Call »s For free estimate. TILE OSCEOLA & CULVERT CO. Holderness, 82. died here yesterday After a long illness. Holdernew; established the Hold- erncss Funeral Home here in 1887. He is survived by his wife, Mrs.' Lillian Holderness. n son. George, j New York, n daughter. Mrs. Robert; A. Bnkcr. Little Rock, two brothers.' He was elected mayor In 1928 and j Marvin E. nnd James Holdernc.ss, served six years, retirtue; from busi- ncsss when he left office. He also organized the Arkansas Funeral Directors Association in 1S05. He served on the board of trustees ! been complelod. St. Louis, and twn sisters. Mrs. J. R. Hnmnton, Little Rock, and Miss Minnie Holdorness. Fordyce. Funernl arrangements have not SHEET METAL WORK. ——— OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, nil mills, ("iislnm Shearing up lo I ,M inch Oiicliiicss. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 Soulh Broadway ' I'hone 2fi51 Close-Out ON AMMONIA FERTILIZER EQUIPMENT t.UUO-Gallon Storage Tank* with a\l hose and fillings $497.50 BarksaaleMfg.Co. South Broadway Phon«2911 Appliances Drastic Price Reductions on Nationally Advertised Lines of Refrigerators * Ranges * Freezers Washers * Ironers * Many Other Items at Close-out Bargains. Was Itlackstone Electric Washer $ na.95 Thor Electric Washcv 12!).!)!) Thor Auto-Magic Irnncrs 7fl.!1r> Ooolerator S' Kcrrigenilnr 2I!).<15 Columbus Gas Kange 12.1.95 Savnil Cook Kanfrc in 1.05 Prew'ay Oil Kanije 7-1.!)5 Coolcralor Depp Freeze, 15 ft. ... 200.50 Coolcrator Deluxe Deep Freeze .. <:(>!).50 G. E. Electric Irons 12.50 Now ? fifl.sn sn.nr, 57.89 2l5.fi5 .1 I 2.25 8.1.2S S'l.25 215.15 351.20 9.19 IASY PAYMENTS ON ABOVE IF DESIRED E. C. Robinson Lumber Company 319 West Ash Street Blytheyille, Arkansas [><•« HtlJ in Laxora For 3-Y»0r-OU Child LUXORA. Ark., April 10—Rites or three-year-old Bobble Jot Wren •ere to be conducted at 2 p.m. oday at the Church of Christ in jiixora by the Rev. s. F. Hosier, vangelist for the Church of Christ n Osceola. The child, son of Dillard W. Wmi and Mrs. Billle Satterfleld, both of St. Ljouls, died at 6 a.m. yesterday at the -home or his great-grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Denon, with whom he had lived for about the post year. His death was caused by congestion ol the lungs Burial was in the Calhoun Cemetery, under tlie direction of the National Funeral Home of Memphis. • » * Barnes Infant Diet Services tor Ethel May Barnes seven-dav-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnes. 128 East Sycamore, were conducted at 2 p.m. today at poewood Ridge Cemetery by he Rev. T. L. I>ewis, Pentecosta minister. Tile couple's only child he infant died at 4:45 a.m. boda; at the parents' home. Condition of Blast Victim 'Critical' The condition of Mrs. Raymom Bard. Victoria school teacher wlv was severely burned Thursday nigh when a kerosene drum exploded a her home in Victoria, remalne* "very critical" today according t attendants fit the Methodist Hospi tal In Memphis. The Attendant 1 ; reported tha Mrs, Bard's husband, who suffere burns to both hands when attempl ed to cxlmgufch his wife's fla clothing, wa.s doing "very well." tor libel, itotint ttul J» WM •peaklnf without the Oon«rMtlon- l Immunity which prbUcU him In he Seiut* from court utkon. However, whit McOrthy hid lo vty ibout all three men In Pa»ale tux considerably milder than the barges he has made against them n Congress. He did not repeat hl« ccuMtlons that Ltttimore 1* a So- iet spy, that Jeuup h*« an "im iRual affinity for Communist auses." or that "the Communist af- ilfations of service are well known. After McCarthy spoke, Deputy Undersecretary of State John E. 'eurifoy commented: McCarthy — Lion and I.amb "Senator McCarthy roared like ion when lie wore the cloak' of Congressional Immunity. Now he discards his Immunity, strikes the >ose of * hero and bleats like amh." Although McCarthy contender that the State Department came to Lfttttmore's defense, there was nr nention of Lnttimore. In statement and he did not appear to ae referring to- him. The department has said Lattimore Is not now connecter! with the agency. Peurlfoy dealt rather with the change in McCarthy's criticism Jcssirp and Service, both ol when acwfaut them ta LattlaMr* Rfwk* •• On Lattlmore spoke out on hi* t Ht uld McCarthy'. Puute i vu In effect a retraction of hi* 'Itbcloui and ftntaatle in Concreu. LatUmore, who had dtr«d thy to call him a SorM •fftttt a* • OommunUt under circumstance*, added: "Of course the senator did not repeat hl« charges. He knew better ban to make them In an unprivileged speech. Again th« BeMtor weaselcd. He knows the charge* art fatee, and he Is frantically trying to hide behind his senatorial Immunity while preUndinc to out In the open." In his wire, McCarthy atao this question to Acheson: Do you deny, Mr. Secretary, thai regardless of whether Mr. L»tti- inore Is a Russian agent, he hu done exactly what would be expected ol such an agent In secretly shaping our foreign policy along the Identical lines of the Communist program?" Then he added: "Strangely the Slate Department says 'bleating Ilk* a lamb' and Lattimore says 'weaseling' because yesterday I did not stale that he had received 30 pieces of silver for the above job." have denied the stronger charges degrees. A University of Missouri sludy found that cows produce the most milk in temperatures of around 50 HOSNTAUZATION INSURANCE 70 Navy Fliers Sought FRANKFURT. Germany. April 10. (;pj—A search force of 23 U. S. Air Force planes spread out over the Bailie Sea today In a tiuril lor 10 U. S. Navy fliers missing in a lost PB-4Y patrol plane since Saturday. Sighting of two flares revived hope for the fli*rs. 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In the official AAA supervised Mohilgas Grand Canyon Economy Run, a '50 Ford Six equipped with Overdrive* won in its class—the three full-atze c»r» in the low-price field. Low first cost, low operating cost and high resale value mark Ford—V-8 or "Six" — us the "Hig Economy Pxckage" in its field. "Test Drive" it Hi your Ford T)e»ler'« today. ( FORD DfffVf" IT 47 YOU* FORD DEALER'S PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Fifth * 44ii

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