The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1947 · Page 1
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS VOL. XLIV—NO. C5 Blythevllle Dnlls Newr Blythevllle Courier THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Blythevllle Herald Valley LMder Floods Causing |Juch Damage in Iowa, Missouri 5,000 Persons Flee Homes; Windstorms Hit in Other States (By Unileil I'rrss) More limn S.OOO persons Jtccl from tile Handing Mississippi River ami ils tributaries ill Iowa ami Missouil today. Tornadoes and cyclone:;, Kinash- inif buildings and homes !\l Chest', r, Cklu.. JiilKbnrs;, Colo., and Champaign. 111., added to the noasi clain- ase which mounted hoii'-ly, Kcci Cross officials r>.', D?s Aloines. In., estimated Ihat 4,600 prMsoiiK already hail been cvccuitlccl from Ilooci-stricken town:;, villages and faring in Iowa. Gov. Roliart, Bluo called out fonr coni'Miiies of tlic Notional tinnrd for flood duty. Canton, Mo., and Hock islantl. 111., reported that ',ho Mississippi River was rising slowly, Miioalcii- inr; to produce one of the worst floods in tlic history of many river towns. At Canton, volunteers—summoned by periodic blasts from the fire station siren—worked fcv*"ri-- islily through tile ruiny ni';M t» pamlbaK the jinwcr plant, u-litcli JHt-LS .siiniiuiidcd by water. Tiie ^ilanl furnishes electricity forripht |££tiiilu'S. One tiiiudrcil families '•55'cmjj from flooded hom^s in low-lying sections, spent the night on cols set up in public hall.s ami churches. At 2 a.m., Canton reported that the Mississippi had readied a of 17.4 fee* Uvo fet and 11 inches above flood sta&jc—and v;a.» more than an inch every hour. Train and bus service was out on" at, Cnn- ton at 8 a.m. yesterday and only one road—leading \vest out cf the city—still was passable. Tiic crest of the Dc s -Moiiics Riv• cr flood was somewhere anove deserted Edclysvills, where the rankr werc 12 feet under wntjv and all tlic homes were flooded. SixLy Iowa rational quardsmen were rushed I ih-. to-.vii tu guard against looting. They,-kept watch from surrounding higK>grcimid. The population of '1^000 which fled into the .hills .was"*evacuated again by bus last nlg'nt'tb Ottiim- \vn and Oskalonsa, whsro they were housed at Army and Nr.vy iiistalla lions 4V ?T ;> ~ •lit • .'.."'VimtiTtrt jr«i«r*j to the dirrlcuiffl Sfm c«SWcTrk- er ind military' ai)U»DT'lttd coring fo- Iho influx of iofti5[M>., .it ott.un- w.i.4|pciillh authorities ordcre.-l r>ll wulcr boiled. Heavy rains were predicted ii-. the flooded areas today ind vmuhc-r bureau officials said the additional vains would cause "icrious floods" in Southeast r)cbra.;ki, Southwest Iowa, Northwest Missouri a n d Northeast Kansas. Blythevil.e Gets $10,614 as State Distributes Funds IJTTLE UCCK, Ark., Juno 1. (U.P.)—State Tren:>iircr J. Vnncc Clayton today announced Die equal distribution of $l.lfln.GBG to Arkansas cities -ind counties, from (lie state's general surplus fund. The fund amounted to £.8.725,000 for the nccounthiu year of ifiw-47 which ended Ala;' :n, Clayton .said About half of llm rcinnlii'ni; surplus went lo liie slate sinkim- fund and public inslHulion fund. A lotal jf 153' incorporated towns with ixipulaiions of 000 less received 5,100 each. Cities rc- -clving tile larvfi amounts w Little Rock; SJl.Yi'i; l~ a, t'nilh $3li,454; Noi-lll Llllli; Hock, Si' 143: Hot Bpi.ijr.;s. S21.M4- 1'ii.e Bluff, $21,214; El Dorado, $15.3;t; rcxarkana, ill,77'); and i>tvihe- ille, $10,014. Kl,YTlircVIl,I,K, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNK 7, 1017 Teamwork Urged Joycees Rush Plans for Naming it r * Girl to Rule as 'Miss fi/vf/ipvi/lp' SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS If Farmers fo Avoid Difficulty St. Louis Banker Gives Views Before House Committee MotoristAssessed 90-Day Jail Term Fine and Sentence Imposed on Charge Of Drunken Driving ' Steve Stanley of Holland. Mo., was fined $150 and ^o;ts. sentenced to 00 days in jail and his driver's license suspended for six months Mi'is morning in Munic'[>p,i court ^fi charges of drivin.i; whilij under lhc influence of intovcatint: liquor which grew out of a colthion late Thursday night -.vith a car driven by Monroe Grain. Jr.. cf Blylhc- villc. A As \SR-eMill or the accident, Mrs. Cram suffered multiple lacerations of the face which required about 25 stitches to close 1 . Mr. Grain and the couple's four-year-olci ran, Monroe III. wcrc unhurt. Approximately $-150 damage re- sullcd lo his car. Mr. Grain snid this morning. Stanley's car was also heavily damaged. Tho accident occurred about, midnight, near the Twi-i Gables nisiit club on North Highway GI when Stanley made a -nuMc'i turn acro.\-, lh c roarf into rhe path oi Mr Cirijn's Soulhbound ;ar. Stanley r'ntait-cl pica of guilty yesterday. Missouri Utility Asks Franchises Missouri Western Files for Authority to Distribute Natural Gas CARUTHEIiSVILLE. Mo., June 7.—The -Missouri Western Gas Co., of Butler, Mo., has made application to the city council here for a natural ga s franchise. The company, owned by E. T. Walters, was represented at lhc council meeting by iRoy w Harner, local attorney, who filed th application. The company proposes lo secure frnnciscs from several Southeast. Missouri towns, including Kcnnctl, Hayli. Porlagcville. Maiden, New Madrid, an ( i others, and to divert the pis through feeder lines from 'he "Bin inch" line that runs near Dexter from the oil and gas field •>f the -Southwest, to the caslc"ii part of the nation. In presenting a proposed fran- '.Ise, Mr. Harper suggested that Ihe council appnint, n committee F o study the application, and also meet with similar con milters from •ilhT towns for the purpose o] working out n francise that woiik be acceptable to all parties. Those named to this committ-e were Mayor W. D. ,Bvrd, City Coun- ielnr Georcc K. Reeves, anri Alder- mcji Gorrlo_n s Wnt,ht Ott Ma 'HewJJLft^v™';"*" fj!^n?Mi>w s^ofh >*ih£>Uajr T group* from other interested Soutjieas MiJwjurl t/iwn, are tn be sche diilcd follow nit. which definite •>rtion will hn taken on the fran chisc application. Other Franchises Sought In Arkansas the Arkansas Wes tern more than a year atro show fd interest in obtaining franchise lor the distribution of natural ca in .Northeastern cities and towns ind hss an anplication pending before the Blythcville City Council. A franchise was obtained bv Ill's same company for a distribution system in Paragould and the po- •srnin is being carried forward with assistance from the Arkansas Pub- 'ic Service Commission j n Little Rock to obtain for Arkansas Wei- fern a supply of natural pas to pr'o- •"•'- adequate service for those BV CiKANT 1(11,1 MAN (llnll«-d Press Slalf Correspondent) WASHINGTON, June 7. (UP) — 'rhe House- Agriculture Cominlltcc was tol<| today Ihat only genuine teamwork on Hie part of labor, management and the farmer can slave off "widespread mid serious lifficultics in agriculture." Tlie statement was malic by hcstrr E. Davis, speaking for the cscarch panel of the committee or economic development. Davis Is He also hended 'resident Truman's Famine Km?r- irencv Cnmmlltec in lust year':; uiiiMcr \crlsls. n.ivls saiil it I, "lilchly unlikely" he farmer can retain for long lis favorable wartime position. Once oreign needs ni'e met and our uvn deplete<i reserves are rebuilt. ie snid, "powerful forces will be Irai-ijing at fann commodity pri- 1 S," ' Whether (hcsc forces.can be overcome permanently will depend 0:1 wticther employment and purchas- 1114 power gcnernllv can be iiuilii- Uined on' continuing high level ie snid. "II is imtmssitilc In consider a<;rici.Uiirp hy ilself," Davis sniil. AH other interests arp iiiterwuvcii iu a liehi. complicatpil, fast-mov- inc economy. In thn lone run conditions under .which farmers raise and m.-irkct their crops will be srrally hiritirnccil, if nut ciin- IrnlJrd, IJY dcvelnnmcnts entirely Nevertheless, he said, Ihcrc are some specific steps which can be lakcn to merit the twin-threats of production on a hm>- hazard basis and decreasing demand. His suggestions Included: 1. Increasing consumption through contumer education in health am 'iitrilinn. He sairt this iinssibly wll have to be accompanied by' special measures lo improve the.die of low-income families. Such plans really must improve nutrition no- just move surpluses, he said. ?• Increasing exports through the elimination of trade barriers an, "•rliictlons in taiiffs Dnvis sai- ihis cointrj hay htj.hh speoializet f£S?* S?S?* <xS '**J winch other na- ^t* ***^ %?4'^*P sa '^ thev urns' noj Of wbadlrd -\ n i must compete »r M>rM nrlccs 3. . Devclopine ; a more mobile farm labor force so that fewe farm workers can meet nur Tom needs. He said this would penni low-paid marginal farmers to lake jobs In industry. 4. Stabilizing farm prices. ThL be done, he said, by havi-iz os '/vi,ssfi/ythev,7/e' Balkan Troubles Spread With Bulgaria Claiming New Revolutionary Plots Russians Nab T Party Leader Initial steps were taken by Blythevllle Jnycees lusl nlRhl toward Ihe selection ol Miss Blyl'ioville. 11)41, and also a Miss .junior Ulylhe- vllle. Hill Godwin and Gix.rtjc Ilubbiird, jr., WC re named co-chairmen tor the pageant. + Miss lilythevllle for 1917 will succeed Miss Becky McCnll, winnir of the ly-lti contest whn uisri won top honors In the stale cii'iies'. In Para- Vjould and as Miss Arkansas won. second place In the 19IU Miss America contest In Atlantic City. Emphasis in tln> control again (his year will be on laleui us well as the beauty of Ihe rai.lt',tanls, It was explained. > Dale for llu- Hlylbcvllle contrsl h.ts mil IH-I-II lived hut It will IK' lu'lil ill time to permit th? uimirr tn cnmui-le in the statu i-vi-nl ill Helena June 2fi anil !G. The contest will be he'd In llic , Hlnh School stadium ar.il the dat^ I will be announced lust as soon as j I. band can be selected 1-; play for follow the selection of the contest winners. Marshall'niackard ,va s phii'cd. In charged of dance arr.inecmonU last night and Mr. and Mrs. Clilbeit Immnock were named lo acquire he pageant entrants. Jim Sniolhermon w.'is ap\lo!lltcd solicitation ehatinian anil Bill I'atnke stage chalrma-i. More than good jonks will Ire iceiled lo win Ihe litic ot "Miss Blytlieville" this year. It was <tc- .-ided at last night's meeting. Em- iituisl.s will be laid on Ulent as wel be Judged first. Following the lalejil Judging, entrants will then parido Irefiuc Hie Judges In bathing suits and tvenlm: gowns. As nu ndded feiituro, the piiKeimt tills ycnr will result In the naming of a "Miss Junior Ulythrvllle" In a siwclnl contest for dirts Irnm lour to eiRht years old. ''reparations for a amtivr. tc s-- I'cl ii iciircsentatlve (mm Smith Mississippi County to outer th" r'ia'<- ctiMjpetllion are well undenvnv mid "Miss Osceola" will be ti.im-.vl In Ivniily pageant In the OsceUu Iligii SeiioDl stadlmn Wednes,iay, Tne Osceola Junior ChamlKr of Uonnnercc Is sponsoring the contest, .luck Shiulcup will funilsh music for the ceremonies there. Knlrlos In the O.?cvol,i conUist Include (he followln'j: Hilly Sue Thomas, I'etty Jo Cros- thwall. Adcllc Hook. Mary Ann 1'lnl- Hlis, Kvclyn Jean Pl;c.f. Minjoile Mayo. Sally Travis. Winui.i 1'ojn 1 , Helen Prances Huchnnan. Dorothy Woolen. Louise Tlce. Audrey Barber. Margaret Gregory. Nancy Hun. Maty lAJiilso Aslnnore, Tommy Ltm Stciviirt and Betty .ttogors. iill of Oscroln; Henrietta Orossmnn, Kvc- lyn Paulk of Joiner: Jean Owen. Wynctte Stanllcld. Miuilyn Owens of I.uxoiii Jean Spec 1 ? of Freuch- ns apiieaiancc and ihl.s plmso of th« Ijnan's liuyou, and Jlutord Duiui- contc.st entrants' qualification,-, will I vnnt of 1 Kclsisr. Two Babies Brutally Murdered In Hospital; Officers Baffled MASSU.LON, O., Jim's T. (U.P.)—'IVo Infiinl.s, uiidergiihr,; Iriml- .ncnt In the pcdriiillc.s ward of Masslllon iinspllnl, were brutally slain last night by a murderer who apparently swung them by their lect And smashed their heads a;.'.[ilnst a wall, it was revealed luluy. The Mayings were disclosed sl)v* '• hospital superintendent E. .). Llr.ck'r} after an all night i|iic.si.iuiihi2 ol hospital personnel. County and city olTlclals swarmed over the hospital and grounds In search of clue.i immediately ufter the revelation', but said they had been nnul;li: to'un- cover anything to lend to the killer. Llnckc said the two bi.btcs, Diana Brand, eight weeks ol,l ciuutjliter of Mr. and MrSj'I.eo Brnnl, and Hr,se- nmry Morten, ninc-vreiw-old. dnuijh- Icr of Mr.,nnd Mrs, .Hairy Morion wcrc slain some llnii; bet "*" 1 '"" and 7:« last nirjlil. He said the children W ward for treatment ind checked by a nurse at 7:>0 p'.ni'."Fff^ teen minutes later, he said, a nurse entered the ward nn.l funnel the children in a dying' condition with wounds on l\w IrpnL part of their heads. Linckn said all cflor's to save ihe children's lives were (ill!in mid they Whiskey Permit Policies Scored Sebastian County Group Critical of •wCpmmistioner's Act do not already have vide cities which natural gas. Arkansas Western has an extensive program under way in Northwestern Arkansas and is laying rnmk lines to serve Eureka Sprint Berryville, Green Forrest and Harrison. Clcan-Up Drive Gets Rcsuits in CaruthersviUe CARUTHERSV-ILLE, Mo.. June 7. rUP)-^Thc Jaycec-sponsorcd clean up driyc here resulted in more lh:in 12-TO Jmck loads of trash heini' hauled from premises, and the hauling, originally scheduled for a one-day operation, had lo be nxlcndcd to two days, so enthusiastic was the rc.Tponsc from residents to cooperation and "clean up" the town. Twelve trucks were pressed into (muling. The committee in ciiarec of the drive included Raymond Britton. chairman, and A. C. Brooks. Clco Allen Marcus t,:iuck. and Earl Tinslcy. Tractor Driver Hurt in Accident Near Tomato Richard puch of Holland MO was injured this mornin-r w hcn n, c ' tractor he wn.s drivin',, „., th- George M-Leod farm overturned, ninning him undcrn-atji it. Ho is undergoing- treatment for traumatic shock at Blytlieville Hospital. The farm is located nea- uinto tx-lwcer* the isvcc and Mississippi River. To- Ihc Judge Orders Receivers To Sell or Operate M. & A. FORT SMITH. Ark.. June 7.— 'UP)—A three-man board of receivers K et out today under federal court orders to return the strikebound Missouri and Arkansas railroad lo operation or to consider bids for its purchase. Federal Judge John E. Mill yc-slcrday refused a petition by the Sl.alejjf Arkansas lo remove W. S. Wa!k<^\nd C. C .Alexander as receivers, nnrt instead appointed 0. B. Lambert of Helena as a co-receiver. The juriac ordered the receivers to ask the Interstate Commerce Commission to postpone action for DD days on a request to abandon and j-nik lhc line; to work out plan too put the road back inio oprrat.ion; or to consider bids to liurchnr-c all or part of the short- linn road. .Titdre M'l!cr made his rulihtt If a heiirlne he™ Wednesday. H/< said he found that the present rwner* hfld no Intention lo opornte! are unchanged, tho railroad. I cobb Funeral IIMIO Is in clu^c. Funeral Rites Sunday For Mrs. E. J. Farrell Burial services for Mrs Evelyn Pasley Farrell, wife of Kdmond Joseph Farrell. who died here Th'"-s- day night, will be held tomorTow afternoon at Oak Grove Cemetery In Kennett, Mo. It was previously announced that burial would be held here at Elm- j wood Cemetery following funeral services at 2:30 r>.m. at Assembly of God Church. Funeral service plans . illffnf VCmm £'.!' Pay U '° {a ' rmer thc (Ilc<1 a fcw "'Inulcs alter the ct|s- diffcience between a guaranteed covery i ?u»norr ^nfo I 1 '™ 0 ' ,J'^ S ' Pr ' CC | M"""" 1 " »°"<* n»>1 County Pro,,- .^upljori, pnjmcnus would ne neces-'—• — sary "only In the trough of a business cycle." S. Lessening production risks thrnuah Improvement.!: in farmhn; techniques and a system of crop nsiirance. f Havls sairt ricirt price supports may have a Ir^itimiltc role in lhc rtrsi-iil period whilr airricullurc is recovering frnm the. war. Bat »n x ncrmanent basis, lir salrt, Ihcrc is a rfanerr that they may freeze nni (faction patterns with harmful effects on nutrition. Mrs. R. F. Cook Dies in Home Of Daughter Mrs. R. ; her home Ocll with S. •'. CMok. who had marfc I he p;tsi. ir< y.rai 1 ; i.t her daughter. Mrs. n. Simmons, dl'xl earh- thi.- ; morn- t at Riythiivill? Hospit.il. she had been -jn invalid for Direc years Mrs. Conk cru'.ic lo Dol! (lorn Forrest Ciiv lo link; her home following the death of her husband. She also the other of John Snyder .,! Washington, J.r wife of SccniUiry of the II s Treasury. Other survivors include wo sisters. Mrs. i: ,\ Cnc ; : r . l)( | Miss Dora ,Tc>lii;y, uoih of w-ilcr Valley. Miss, Tour cranJciii.'cueji and three srcat-arnnrtclnldrcn. Funeral scr.'icc-i w:-l| be con-'i-ct- cd tomorrow at 3- \>. m. at Cob!) Funeral\Honie'by the Rov. J!:,rvey T. Kidd. 1,11,1,0:- of First Presbyterian church. p.i,nal will ho '(„ El in wood ccmeieiv. ecutor D. D. Mcl.»:ii;hllii rcporlcd that they had uncovcr.rl no clues Police Chief Stanley Swittcr said there was a possibility that the killer swung the infants hy the heels ami struck their hcach against n wall. Dirt on their li-tij.;, he said. Indicated this possibility. No weapon of any kind wns found. Coroner IJ. C. Reno said In an early statement that the "injuries were caused by blunt force." Investigators, reluclan; to discuss tlic case in the nhsamyj of clues. Sflid that all nurses, donors an:! other hospital peiso'mcl had teen questioned during the night. No visitors were report:! to have visilccl I he hospital last nl^ht Friday night is "no visitor" night. The slain children were the only two In the ward. It w.n hirl.c.V.c:! that the killer searched for another victim as the be.1clnl.hlng on another crib was pulle:! down. Brand, father of one of ll,c victims, is a uilllhand in Republic Si Corp. The infant was their on!} child. ROCK. Ark., June. 7 'iilaskl County Prosccii'.iu Dumiway toilay awaited transcript, of testimony in a Sebastian County Grand Jury Inciui- ry ipto the Issuance of liquor permits before deciding if he the authority to take action. Carl Holman. foreman of the Sebastian group, said yesterday he planned to send Dunawiiy the teot- imony since much of the necessary action Is outside the ]urlsdicllor of Sebastian County officials. In Hungary min/M'K.ST. .nine 7. itii'i — Held Kovars. » .Smallholders I'arly leader hold prl.smior by I lie Ifiisslans staled In n confession published loday Ihat former Premier I-Vn-iu: anil other |,.uly tenders conspired with an null-Soviet emigre army lo overthrow tho HiniKiirliiu ic"Ubllc. The confession, mn<le by Koviils lifter his arrest 'or ennspnnr-v, wns the document which forced the re- siBimtlon of Niiey and led lo a ••leiiiioiil. of "anti-clemoeratlo" men Ml the HuiiBiirian uovemmrnl. Kovacs slated Unit Snmllliolders I'arly lenders conspired with a 11 mil! ari my emigre army In Ihe British /one of Auslrhi and plotted an illcKiil unit-Soviet army in Western limitary. The confession mi spullslini In full lixlay by the M. T. I. official lluii|;[n-lan news nijcncy. Kovaos was.secretary of the nmjorlty Small- holilers party unlll his arrest. He- was heliui held In I lie DudiipesL •nilllary prison. Two of tho men mentioned In Uo- vacs' slulenicnl nlrpiidv have 1 convicted of consplrncy by a Hungarian court, three others were under arrest and the remainder hnvc gone lo Switzerland or Austria Circuit Judge To Hear Civil Cases Monday. An adjourned term c,! in-; civil division of llir> Chick i.viv.'bi'. Dlslvlcl of Mississippi County circuit Court will convene hero Momiriv wllh n docket of 30 cases schtiliilsd fur hcarliiR. Circuit ,Jiu|j;o Charles W. I.lyhl, of Parn(|fliiM will preside, Ten more suits are MII mil and nutv. bo Irletl durlnu Iho lerm. Two of those ami one scheduled for trial during the- second week of the I.JIIH loom as the most Inijiorlau; lo 1)3 heard. On June 10, n personal Injury viil for $i!0.!>'n,r,n hrmiKlil bv Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Priest and Oscar Alexander. iic.linlnlntrn.tm-. mjalus;, Miami Mrs. o. c. Coimcill-3 will bo tried. The suit arose fi-.mi fatal injuries received by Mr. nnd Mis. Priest's nine-yciir-oUl son, .lame!;, To Aid Greeks Government; Hints at Aid From Outside VIENNA. June 7. (UP>—A H«n- qarliiu rt-fiifire'itas quoted by Austrian i.fflduls loday u saying th»t !i,«H> persons hail been arrested In Budapest, and two pulilk school? were requisitioned to hoiu<; the prl- Clrlswotd, former Republican linvminr o( Ni'liniska, has been H])]iniiUcil by pie.sldent Truman lo head the. mission which will ud- nilnlstcr I he U. S. nld in-oitriun In tircecii. (NKA) Tolcpliolo) Its Vandalism Reported Vandals removed 40 light bulb^; and reflectors from the wind-Ice at lh c Blythcvillc Municipal Airport during the past week Airport Manager Ernest Halsell rciiort- cri today. Alwnt eight, were taken, several smashed anrl the remainder piled near the wind direction indicating device, he s aid. Old Building Burns .JAY. Ark., June 7. (UP)—The old bank building here wa s dcstroy- 93-Degree High Recorded Here For 1947 Record The mercury here continued climb lo new seasonal heights as the highest temperature yesterday hit m degrees to exceed hy two dee,rec.s a previous record temperature for Ihc year reached Thursday, according to .Robert E. IJIay- lock. official weather observer. The low during last night was 71 decrees, onlv one degree lower lhan the highest minimum l?mp; > r- nturc. recorded during Thursday night. Swimming Poo! in Park To Be Opened Tomorrow Formal opening of the Walk-'r Park swimming pool will be hr-H tomorrow aflrrnoon at 1 o'clock, C. O. Redman, president of i!ie Chickasaw Athletic Club who lias charge of the operation of the p«<'l. announced today. Work on prepar- Issucd last Saturday, the report charged that too many attorneys sold their "Influence" rather than I heir "services" to Ret permits for their clients. It also charged that attorneys' fees wcro rx-orhll.aiil. Gov. Ben Lancy Immediate denied Dial there was any lic-up Ixv twccn ]ils revenue department ari.l the attorneys, and added that he and lh<> revenues commissioner sought In vain to net the BOI-h General Assembly to revise the liquor laws. To which Holman promptly re- pi I rvl; "If the governor Is sincere in wanting corrective ICRislallon |ia-;-;- ed lo assist the revenue department In handllm; honor permits whv did IIT vclo the Scrcclon and Reed bills?" (Both the Screelon and Ilccd hills passed by the legislature wou'd limit the commissioner's power in issuing nermll.s.) Sebastian Circuit Judire Sun Wood rchooii Holman's srntlmenl.s. He artdcd that, a fairer lulminlslrri- "on is possible even under present liquor laws. the pool for its finished today, he =aii Ciach Firman opening was ed by fire yesterday at a loss cs-1 BU'thcville High School, will be in timated at $12,(X)0. It was owned by cn »rge of l!ie pool, he snid. and Edward O. Cherry of Joncsboro. • 7r ' llri Bruce Wi'son has been named as head lifeguard. A second lifeguard will be appointed. The pool will be- open (o the puWie each" afternoon and nieht until 9 o'clock. Free swimming , classes \viii h» conducted each » n «J i morning, sponsored bv the Chlck- poruon | nsnwba cii.ir.trr of tile American ' Red Cross. Weather ARKANSAS-Parlly cluurty find continued warm today, loni»ht and scattered thimdorsliowcrs a lit lie cooler in north CIO Council Promises One-Day Work Stoppage To Protest Labor Bill IX3S ANC!EI,K3. .June 7. (UP) — Tlic los AiiKclcs CIO council loday asked CIO President Phllin Murray t<i rail a one-clay, nation-wide work stoppage lo protest the Taft- Harlly labor hill. Four huncire<t members of the council last nlKht voice! unanimously In favor or the stoppjtre. They sent a telegram lo President Truman advising him Ihat Ihey would hold him personally respon-' flble If he failed lo veto the mea- Mirc and use "the full force of party leadership" to sec that C-m- Bress sustains the veto. when he wns struck iiy :i cnr driven by Mrs. Connclllc Jan. 0. He dl"d Jan. M. On call Is a suit. Drought aa.ilmil -Sheriff William Ilerrynuui hy Writer linlcs. In which Ili5 pialnlilT charges he Is unlawfully delalncd In the county jail hcrj on a chin of sodomy. Boles seeks a writ of luilya:; Vnr- uin, uppruvnl of bull and his ill.s- chargc from further cnsl'iily unlll the October term nf the Clrcuil Court's criminal dlvls^m. Hccordt show the charge was llle:l Oet IB ID-IS. Also on call is an appeal from n County Court order rjniiili : i-. a pc- l-lllon for an iulililion.il one p?r cenl levy nn nil assessed beiwlKs ol Drainage District 1C co obtain tund.s for malnlenancc work , m .niches In West Mississippi County. A sirn Increase wns granted r>n nsicsMue of the district in 1010. Bank Robber Steals $7,500 In Kansas City KANSAS C1TV, Mo , Jnnn 7 (U.I'.)- A lone linndit held lip lhc .Commrrre Trust Coini/.my, iho clly's larccst |, ;l n! : . toiKi,. and rs- cnpcd with HII 1:1:111 teirnh.cd amount of innney. The bandit disappeared | a (,, n ir . bii; downtown crowds which a fcw minutes earlier had ij-cn viewing the reunion parade of the 35th Division, led hy Pretidont Tiu- Texas Mare Sells At Top Price Here Alabama Woman Pays $3,600 at Auction Of Walking Horses I.ONDON. June 7. (UP) — Tile ItulKnrlnn i;ovcrtiniciit charged to- diiy that Us opposition lender. "In Miu service of certain International circles." worker! Up a revolutionary plot within the Army similar to one aliened y the Russians to havo prompted- Ihu soviet coUp In iiun- Bnry. The political upheaval In the Ilalkniw WHS spreading, and a dispute between lhc Anglo-Americans and Russians over what •constituted proof or antt^comrmmist sch'emlns hi Hungary was crystallizing The nuiiBiirlan news agency 'circulated a purported "confession" 'i Heln Kovncs. former 'Smallhr lender, to far flium subversive Llvity aBalnst tho state .-.-.,„- nuilnpest dispatchers kali] the W fesslons was represented as ' ;;nme docimionl which the A cans anil British liud denm nf the iiussliins June 4. Bi forelRn office sources snlil It !• way fulfilled the, A demands. At thn same tline veiled Us chanres aBalnst Polkov. arrested leader of Ihej pcsltlon to the Communist rcjL, The jilnto prosecutor • charged • ho succeeded In or«anl7.lnii a Wi Mjlraey amonn nulRarlan armjnl liccrs. and had been eneaccj^ "criminal activity" since .July. Wf ")'\\o press director ln,sbfla.% rd a prea's conference wlielhe«*t! Knluailaii and Hungarian " wci-o connected, said: "Some polltlcjil connection could souiih'l, between' thelr' y simullJir cases The icij'lslcred walklni; hnrscsnlc at Hie C, C. Smith ^ile^ i )iu -n O u South Illghway 61 entered Its second day today wllh u Intnl. of 171,ICO reported received for 103 horses.. •Mitch's Melody, n sorrel roniill : 0 .. ..,_. mare from the Colonial Slabjyi.! ! lcn iis nctionsi but. there is ; no nvl- Wn,xrih»cl|le. Tex., hrouBht a-'bld r'elcnco of nny org'»nlzatlonal con-' of SI.ICO'from .Mrs. R. .p. .Ellis of nccMon.." .-..••• ' ,. ', :i '^' Orrvllln. •Alu.. for the hlghcsl bl'.l tie" snlil the nrosnciilor had rvl- Ihus far In the sale. ' deuce Ihat pelkov "acted with rr.- Kuyers from all sections of the Kurd and In tln> mp'tcc 'of certain country arc- attending the sale nn;l "' ••--••• • • lust. Ofitfiber's hl«ih sales murk of approxlmntoly $19.000 Is expected ti be exceeded by tonlnlit. A lolal of 304 liorsus has been listed lo b c auctioned durhiK the snlu whlnh will close tonight- At, noon loilay 170 horses had bcon shown In thc ring. Auionii tho horses drawing t.hc hl«lier.L bids wrro. Dixie Malil Wilson, owned by Mrs. R.nbort S. Malh- Is. Jackson. Tenn., Wilson's -An^l, owned by C. O. Rmlth of Blvlhe- vlllr-. Captain Coltnn. and Wilson's I.-xly. owned-by j. tf. Grain, of Wilson, all four purchased hv H. J. Cunningham, rtf Zellcnoplc, Pa for a Intnl of $8100. Auctioneers for the sale aro Rims, nellon. Mo., Kddle Ilrvant, Mwklnirt!, Tenn.. fsud iramlllo'i, Winchester, Kv.. luid Oi-orgc Swlne- h roriil. I,nnr,nster. Ky. Hingrnon are Mnvlleld T."dbcHrr. n-ui Fletcher Callicy, of Ijcwlsbiirc. Tenn. Cripple Posts Bond ' WALNUT R1DOB. Ark.. Juno 7. (UP)—Vclpo Hell, (10-year-old Walnut Rtrlgc crlp]i]c. was free on *1,000 l>ond today after an Informal tlon was filed charging liim with Mie murder this week of Albe.'t Brock of Thayer. Mo. Deputv Prosecutor W. P. Smil.li said Bell waived preliminary hcar- IIIR and was bound over to the Brand lurv. Earlier. Hell salrt he shot-Brock in self defense. Playarounds Arc Open for Stee/e Children Playurounds at Steele. Mo.. High School will be kept open this Suni- man Police from a '.'!<! the nrni drew a sun :-.vnvas sac'; and |inn:i'.| -. no'.; svyijii- • Tills .s a "OU llKiluy In I!«T deiuani S, $10 and $20 hills. Thc teller put Hie inon-:y «n (he- sack and the bandit lied Prc liinioary reports ind'calcn that about $1.503 was I.-ikon. Pnlico said the, mile,- ^Trained fcr aid as III- bandit (led. "no one paid i.ny attention." but Sugar Bonus Is Promised By Anderson WASHINGTON. June 7. <UP> Srcrelary of Agriculture Clinton P ilernatlonal circles." Fcrenc Naay. HunaarHn Promter who was ousted In the Soviet coup. Issued n statement In Otinevn ex- ilalnlng for the first tim : > his side of tlic crisis. Dcnyin. that he w*9 itlrolvrrl in any plot «ainst vlhe jiliitr. hf n:ilil matlprs wrrr Uken not of bis hanfts while he w.i, vmcatlnninn In Swllnrland. and hli.reslicn.l- tinii wnn announrnt In Budapest before h B even submitted it A foreign office spokesman said the Hiitlsh request, similar to one by Ihn U. s, for proof of nus- allcKntlons that, a plot caused lhc Soviet coup in Hungary did not concern Ihe purporied cohlessloii alone. ...- .. „,.;,-. Russia h obltRAtcd to.fill the request under terms of tho Allied Control Council nurcTnent. which was drafted largely by Soviet- representatives, the spokesman "saia. Official sources said they doubted *l«» existence of an orjanlzed. politically active Hungarian empire army In the British zone.6f",A.ustiflJj. as alleged in the Kovacs •confession. "The only Hungarian troops in our zone nrn units.-which .we have unsuccessfully sought to repatriate to Hungary," one official said. "The rcnnlrlaMon has been blocked by Russia." Telephone service to Sofia was re- slored at least partially today alter Anderson said loiiay Hint housewives will gel a bonus of from five lo 10 pounds more su^ar thl' Summer even II ralloniiifj is not ended. Smear ratioiilnf! will end Oct. 31 unlr.s<: Anderson emb it before l-hril dale. That decision, he said, will bu mnd" sorm. "The time IIPS not arrivcil t.r> "end, Tito, apparently regarding his sun- rationin« for household use, 1 ' An- Bcstlon for n strengthening of Bal- ilcrson told the House HankiiiR aiu 1 ! kan relations. In Geneva. Fcrenc Nscy, former HuiiBailan premier implicated bv the Kovacs rejiorts. said that If any conspiracy existed, it was a- gatnsl him and not by him. an unexplained Interruption. Operators rcporlcd services were funclionint: from London. Zurich, and Frankfort.- and efforts were being made to clear un the break. Elsewhere on the Balkan , front, Premier Petru Groza of , Rumaiiln went to Yugoslavia to see Marshal still Ofrho Stanfield Leaves 'Toniqhr For Jaycee Meet 5 to 10 pounds sugar oo- Strikcrs Face Chtftgcs DETROIT. June 7. <UP> _ lice doubled Ibclr guards at Ford River Rouge Plant today tcr a "mob" Po- tlie af- n non-strlk- Wllh contr:buiions >: 'ha sdiocl fund drive 'iir $,"iOOO(> flnwi;>r; iiiis-iorcman oilUKlc the gates yes-!down to' a IrlrtK onlv $-!75fi In tcrday nnd turned him over to pick- addillonnl dovlions vcrc reixirled els of Ihe -sinking Foreman's As- during the past two davs Tho, _, 4l , J sociatlon of America. totil tndav s!-jnas rl S2S.SU.SO. mer dally, Monday through Friday. Four picked, all striking Ford I Contributions te'Wved (Inline from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. tor ail foremen, were to be arraigned in thr- past two days Pillow- childreni of the community. | ry.irborn Municipal court tocldv on H. E, ''LaSliot S3. John Alnve-^ Carl Richard is jilayCTOuund rl:- charges or ruwixultlng Anthony »io Mrs Joe S-twvs *S50 Mit- l ' cclor ' - IVclla, 46, « non-striking foreman.' I chell Salibn 510, Flo-.vcr shop $00. Currency Committee. "There are n'anv unknown factors." lAnderson tolrl Die cmnmttl-e the f r. S. -ai"fir sunolv U "considcrahlv, better' 1 than when Conarcss voted' las' March to cnM rnlinninc! O,-.t. 3t. i The future of su»ar ralimiinc.l he said, ricp^nds nn how much ex-. Ira sugar the United Rt.nlcs p ct from- U'C- uneyp^cl^d lorf.e Cu- Iwn rron. He indiralrd that If nilocallon is as much a^ 4ni.0"0 loiv^. home rnlioninc wlil be cnde'l. At anv rale. Anderson assured , Ihc rnnimit.lec Ihat honsewlves wilU Otho Slanfielrt will represent the Blylhcvltle Junior chamber of Commerce anrt Northeast Arkansas at the national convention' 6f tlic U. S. Junior t Chamber of Commerce in Long Beach, Calif., next week and wil make the trip through contributions of numerous friends here In recognition of previous work he has done in publicizing Blylhc- arrt Arkansas. Mr. Stanfield, a, nations!; Jaycee director, will leave Memphis nt 9 o'clock tonight and travel to 1/mtr Beach with a contingent of Mem- nbl» Jxvcces. Me will remain thcvc until the convention ends next Saturday. He is the first Affc«ns», Jwcte to 'be select?d lo Uhe F«rt in » national convention fonim and was n rimed to the forum i»ne! \V>\ five other national .directors. cet the mis. •Anderson onixised n proposed bill which would end rnlioninH of suaar for home consumption immediately. $26.577 is Contributed To Purchase School Site

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