The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1949 · Page 5
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^TUESDAY, OCTOBER '4, l!W FolMeudin; Fighlin' in Daisy Family Row Starts Anew and Bullets Fly In Mountain Town DAISY, Tenn., Oct. 4—OP>—Two more houses, a restaurant and an automobile were raked by bullets yesterday as tension growing out of family feuds continued Its hold over this mountain town.' • One house was peppered for Hie second time since Saturday morning. Three others have received one volley each since Saturday. No injuries have been reported in-the latest outbreak of the feud, which In the past has been blamed - for two deaths and numerous bullet t wounds. The Mayings took place last year, "'he last of several court trials growing out of the feud ended last week with no convictions. Violence was at a standstill during the trials, which had been pending since the slaying of restaurant operator George Trusley last November. 'Hie home of Theodore (Pap) Parker wxs fired into for the second time yesterday morning. The home of Harold Crowe, a Daisy restaurant owned by Earl Rogers, and a parked autoim<)ile also were struck in pre-dawn firing. Dcpul- Bert Hoglle said Parker has been considered a leader of one of (he feuding factions. Cass Smith, identified by Hogue as another feud figure, was sitting in the automobile which was fired into this morning. He was not injured. Court' testimony given during the trials indicated that the feud started over the making of mountain w hi.sk ey. ELYTHEVTLLB (ARg.y COURIER NEWS UMW Loco/ Kicks Out Member Who Sued for Pension Fund Accounting WOKK PROCESSES ON MASONIC' TEMPLE-B.ytheville's new Mas rs srj ;; .s. Present headquarters lor Masonic or g! ,ni.uions are atD3 North Second Bomb Report False WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. (/!>> — A report of » floating bomb Sondav interrupted Potomac River traffic for an hour. Police harbor boats held up river traffic as Navy officials Investigated. They found a float normally attached to a demolition charge, out no charge. Pope Asks Americans' Aid in Swift Solution Of Big Refugee Problem CASTEL GANDOLKO, Itaiy Oct 4. (AP)—Pope Pius XII has warned the Western world It faces grave dangers unless the agonizing re- fu»ee problem is .swiftly .solved. 'Political, economic and even social dangers arc involved in a policy of further delay and exaggerated caution." he told a refugee fact- finding committee of American congressmen here Sunday. , 'I he Pope appealed for 'prompt and responsible community action" to end the "blight of peace-time detention camps . . . and the plight of millions who now must answer to the hideous appellation of 'expellees'". He urged the American congre.w- men and their collaborators of every nation to -'deal vigorously with the last remaining obstacles to full human freedom for our beloved refugees." Support Price for Hogs Set tor Next 6 Months WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. (/pj—Thc government has announced it will support producer prices of hogs from October through next March at levels 'ranging between 11 and 22 per cent below current market prices. The monthly support rates for nil nogs, on a national average at the farm, were set by the Agriculture Department as follows: October 510.40 for lot) pouirds' November $15; December S14 20 : ' January $14.90; February 515.50. and March $16.20. These rates are designed to assure producers at least SO per cent of parity. Parity is a farm produce goal designed to keep farmers on a oasis of economic equality with non-farmers. Officials said the October support, level of $16.40 compares vvilh current average prices of 51825. in p " 1er wt "' ds current prices are about Blast Wrecks Building And Rocks Neighborhood NEW YORK, Oct. 4. M>,—A violent explosion shattered a five-slorv garage building In mld-MaiihaUan yesterday and rocked the neighborhood. Police said 14 persons were injured, one critically. Many of those hurt were firemen and police. The blast, at 148-50 West 20th Street, blew out windows in nearby apartments and business buildinss nnd sent tenants running Into the streets. "I thought a bomb had been dropped" said Dr. Ronald E. Kob- Icy, who gave first aid to the in ji'rcd. The doctor was in an apart menl next door. Fire swept through the building, Texas leads the nation In producing spinach tor fresh-market sale. U per mil above the government guarantee. UNIONTOWN, Pa., Oct. 4. (yp)_ George H. Uvcngood, pensioned coal miner who filed a federal suit for an accounting of the United Mine Workers welfare fund, has been expelled by his union local UMW Local 6308 Sunday dropped Livengood from membership. The 54-year-old miner was charged \vi(h violating union by-laws in instl- lullng a civil action before present- hls grievance (-> the local Defense Move to Delay Tucker Auto Cases fails CHICAGO, Oct. 4. (AP)-Counsel for one of Preston Tucker's Indicted associates yesterday asked that editors of two magazines be held In contempt of court for publishing articles about the ill-fated Tucker auto firm. Atty. Albert W. Dilling, representing Robert Pierce, contended publication of articles In Collier's Magazine and the Reader's Digest before the trial ol Tucker. Pierce and six others on mail fraud charge.; was a violation of federal law. Tucker, -president, of the auto company now undergoing reorganization ;Pierce, former director and treasurer, and the others arc to go on trial today before Federal Judge Walter J. La buy. In addition to mail fraud they arc charged with violation of Securities and Exchange Commission regulations. Judge Labu'ytook Dlllins's mollon under advisement an doverrulcd the suggestion Hint the start of the trial be delayed. PAGE FJVE Comic Strip Artists Sketch the President WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. (AP) — Fourteen comic strip artists sketched President Truman ycslcrdnv n.s he stood on the terrace of the White House ro-^e garden. . The artists are here to parUrlpatc in an exhibition of comic strips in connection with a government bond sales drive. Before presenting drawings to ihr; president. Ham Fisher, who draws Joe Palooka, told his associates: "You notice the President Is In belter shape than any ol us who are drawing his picture." NEW in BLYTHEVILLE NEW in design NEW in value , the newest in coals and suits For fall winter a irarm welcome! Creel him in (hi, beautifully tailored coat thai nlll keep you snug that will keep steady company *llh evcrjlliinj: you own. The fabric Is !<»<} virgin wool broadcloth, warmly Interlined. Junior slies + to 15. -to.! lor ecL b Here...al (he store you lo«k lo for I he most in iasliion, the most in quality, (he most for your dollar. . .come discover these new fashion-wise, value-wise Par-fay Coals and Biiils! 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