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PAGE SIX BI.rniEVTT.T.E (ARK.) COURTTCn NEWS FBI May Quizz Fuchs In Atomic Spy Probe WASHINGTON, May 6. OP;—Britain rcfwtrdJy has proposed to fii FBI agents limited access to Dr. Klaus Fuchs, Russia's ex-ace atom spy nov.- serving a 14-year sentence in London for violating the official sec-re;;; set, , + Tt appears doubtful that the FBI wilt consider JiniUcd access to Fur.hs -siifiieieiu for its avowed purpose.! of probing to the bottom of die atomic spy situation dramatized by the arrest and con vie- tion of Britain's A-bomb scientist. Thr-re Is no doubt, however, that, the Fuchs c;i?e remains a sore point in BiitJhh-Am<?rican relations a ti (i co n tin u ea to bloc k all pro g rcss toward reviving tlie ;\artime atomic partnership which those two countries and Canada shared. It svas as a result of that collaboration that Fuchs.came to this country to v-iu-k ;vith other scientists cleared hy the British government. dinms the war—ami helped to produce the atomic bomb even while informing Russian Communist gents of what was «olng on. Me made another trip here about two years after the war. The.se facts pjus Fuch's subsequent arrest, confession and con- victim in Britain—he Is an expatriate German—shook the very foundations of American-British cooiwration on any future atomic partnership. The FBI, [iccordiug to information u'hitJi taine out at (lie ticne had a hand in bre- 1 ./ ,ig the Fiichs cn.se. But after the original facts were developed, chiefs of Ihe American securjty /orce evdetJtly /elt they were not sure of obtaining all the Information ncccssnry from Fuchs to give leads on possible other Russian .spies. with the Tax Gremlins EWTOK'S XO'I'Ki "Life With the Tax Gremlins'' Is a H-pari fhurnbruil story of the nation's comiilira (fit lax structure. TJic char^cIiTs: rnclc Sam hiiiiM'ff, his Gremlin, State ynd Local Tnx Gremlins, ami you—tlie taxpayers' It's from an *• American Affairs" pamphlft jjitblislict) by the National Tnduslrial Conference I'oitrcl of Nciv VuM;, an independent, non-profit fact-(itiding in- .slifutiun siijjjJUT-d'il by Iju-si/ic-ss, labor and other groups. The government would have to Increase taxes on something else to fil] the? Gremlins' hag. Moreover, the cigarette faLtorkw • 'ould close and then more (axes, not only to take erne of the unemployed hut- to support the lobiirco E;rowers. So we have tc smoke for the Gremlins, Rose Festival Queen Named LITTLE POCK, May 6. M'J — A 19-year-old office clerk with reddish hair Ls (he new queen of Little Hock's Rase Festival. Margaret Ann Stubrw, North Little Rock, defeated six .sclioolgirU In the final competition Thursday Miss Stubbs, the only working girl In the group of seven finalists, will rclRii over the annual Hose Festival, which continues' through tomorrow. MlM Stubbs, a clerk for the SiWhwestren Bell Telephone Co., is five led, S ijz inches In height antl weighs 115 pounds. Her bust measures 35 Inches, her waist 22 inches nnd her hips 36 Inches. Census Taker Finds Father Watching Son; Mother Taking Census DENVER, May 6. OT'j — Census enumerator Hcrtlia Berger found a young father baby-sitting for his .nfant son yesterday. The baby was crying and th flustered father told her he wa too upset to answer questions. Mrs. liergcr, the mother of roll school-age children, pitched In. Sh changed the baby's diapers and pre oared formula. With Hie baby <iuie the father calmly answered he questions. "Where's the tally's moinerV" sin keil "Out taking the census," was tin reuly. Thank You for Nollilnif We ha<'e to share our cigarettes with all three Gremlins. The federal tax Is 7 cents The average state tax is 3 cents Indirect tax 1 cent What the $1.2 billion big Total H cents gremlin takes Is' a year.: Thnt runs the Federal Government Tor 11 days. If everybody stopped smoking cigarettes, what would happen? That would make everything worse. Jap Enjoyed Seeing Fail Of Girl Stabbing Victim: TOKYO, May 6. (AP) _ Polici yesterday arrested a Japanese sus peeled of stabbing four girls t< death nnd said he admitted Hire, of the stabblngs. The mysterious killer aHvay struck late nt night. All Ihe glr victims were walking with bo; frit-mis. Police Quoted Kenjiro Kawano as saying: "I got. u kick out of seeing t'hc girls lall after I stabbed the Bear Snaps Off Arm STOCKHOLM, May 6. W'J—Inger ijoennquiet. G, reached in to pat a polar bear In lii s cage at the zoo in Vingakcr. Sweden, yesterday. The bear snapped her left arm. •Doctors snM today they thought the girl would live. Adam's Apple Broken LONDON. May s. W)—The British Medical Journal related yesterday a man sneezed so hard be broke his ndnin's apple. He was In hospital for a week nnd spent another rive week: . V t Jt. \ . •i ^ -w*5^X->/;t 4-u^^^cu^ #7 %W^' V * >** tr t ,\ *• • - vW I , tJ? f*. '\ loss of abnormally dry topsoil. 32 Burned in Bus IllO DK ,JA';i:!RO. M iv fl. i,T,_ A biK Mulled in ;i ln-avy r.iinslui :t> cuiii-ht fire here tijci.ly. hiiniiiu: 12 |.ur.<-»ns lo death ;nid injuiiiii; 20. REPAIR KiK'tiiry-Trainod Mechanic.** Any Make or Motlcl Prompt Service Reasonable Prices Phone 2642 We Pick Up and Deliver Fred Collihan 110 So Kir.stRl., IJI.vlhpvillc For Improved In a majority ol cases Irwesli- goled in several hospitals and clinks, subnormal Kidney function was improved, Bladder pain and discomforl reduced aflei Ihe use ol Mountain Volley Waler. If your doclor has diagnosed your condilion os functional Kid- ne-y impoirmenl Ihis nolurol, un. Ircaled mineral water may be very beneficial. Try il for a few weeks. (I is delicious, pure.'asting, and may be consumed freely. Crosstown Whiskey Shop Main & Division UfriHfy Men Will Meet Here Members of Hie Norlhenst Arknr sas Waterworks Association will hok a district mectmg in UlyLhcville Ma 1 13 nt the Hotel Noble. P. I,. McDonald of Little Rock chief en=.i!ieer of the Arkansas State Health Department, is expected to iiltemt the meeting. The association (s composed \v a t n r company officials Iron throughout this area. Candy Sayed 73 Years HOMER. N.Y.. May 5. W)—Grace Peiulleton was given n box ol candy when she was nine years old. She thought it u-as too pretty tf> open Miss Pemllcton, now 72. still has her cnndy. New Prince Expected LAUSANNE. Switzerland. May 6 M'l — Ex-King Mlhai cf Romani and his wire, Princess Anne, of Hotirbon Parmn. nre expecting second bahy in November, the king's private secretary announced here today. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the Stntc of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 409 W. Main, Bly- thcvillc, Mississippi Comity. The undersigned states that he Is citizen of Arkansas, of good morn character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime nvolvinK moral turpitude: that no iceuse to sell beer by the under- sigtjal has been revoked within live rears last past; and Hint the tmder- igncd has never been convicted of 'iolating the laws of this state, or iny other state, relative to the sale >f alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be is- ilied for operation beginning on the 1 (lay of July, 1950. and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1051. Elliott Johns. Applicant. Subscribed and sworn to before lie this 5 clay of May. 1950. Mrs. Marshall Blackard Seal) ' Notary Public. My commission expires 3-0-53. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given tliat the mciersigned hns filed with the lommissioncr of Revenues ol the Stale of Arkansas tor permit to sell nd dispense beer at retail on the iretni.ses described n.s 13.| |'2 S. Main St., Leachville, Ark., Missis-' •ippl County. Tile iimlc-ixignrd slates that he fs i citizen of Arkansas, of poorl moral character, that he has never been onvictcd of a felony or other crime nvolviuj; moral lurpittirlo; that no iccnse to sell boer by Hie undersigned has bren revoked within ive years last past, nnd that the tndersigned has never brc:i cozi- ••ictod of violating the laws of this late, or any other stale, relative o the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is tor permit lo bo ssuctl for operation beginning on lie 1st day ol July 1930. and to ex>hr on the 30 day ot .June, 1951. Subscriber! u. ln-iort me I his 28 day of April 1050. Jamas Franklin Bnrnes ' My Commission expires: 4-2G-54. Elizabeth Mason • Corrugated Metol Culverts Siics up (o (H | n Autonulic 1'lootl (ialcs Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes n|i to 3C In. Concrete Septic Tanks ntctal Scplic Tanks Sewer Tile Rest Price. Wc I)dlTCT _ A. H.WEBB I'lionc 111 SATURDAY, MAY «, 1950 C-46 Crashes On Take Off MINNEAPOLIS. May 6. UP)—An Air Force C-18 twin engine plane with 28 passengers and a crew of three crashed today shortly after takeoff from Wold Chamberlain Field. No one was Injured seriously, atr- base headquarters reported. The plane was dirtying 28 University of Minnesota ROTC students who were bound for Ames Iowa, to participate In a rifle drill mret at Iowa State College. The left engine burst into flames shortly after the passengers and crew got out ol the ship. The Air Force spokesman said the plane had been in the air •about a minute" when It crashed In (he woods on Port Snelllng. California, Oregon and Washington account for most oj production of hops. U. 8. Political Announcement The Courier News has been authorized to announce the following can- dtdatcs, subject to the Democratic primaries. July 25 and August 8. TOR COUNTV JUDGE Roland Green FOR STATE KEI'RESENTATTVB L. R. Autry Re-election Post No. I J^r John Cowan 6f > Kenneth S. Sulcer Post No. 2 , B. O. "Gene" Plceman tPbr re-election Post No. i) For Stale Senator W. R. Nicholson IN 1IAYTI I'r.AY—Above are the student* oj Ha.vti High School who »ere to act In the play, "i.awd Does Ya UiMliistahn," at the Missouri state hl B h .school dramatic meet i,, Columbia. Mo., today. The play W0 n first Dliice in the Southeast Missouri lllcc t held at Southeast Missouri State Culler in Cape .Girardeau last • mouth. The young actors are (from the left, fir.t row) Mary Mathis. Jackie Sue DcWecsc Nancy Patrick Jack Mnsle.son, Mary Jo Rowcll. Marler.e Henrlerson and Mariclarc Adcork; (back row) Barbara wignfield' Mm Cmsm, Roy B aiis , Cec Ray . Bm wnkerson. i'ca B y Ellis and Doyle p^on ' Continued from Pui^e -I (lie federal grant Is up to S1650 against the state's $10.50. and up to S12 against the state's SO for the icconcl dependent child. This mean: 527 and S18 a month, respectively. It is now proposed to provide lo. total payments of up to 827 a month additional for the mother of such dependents. The House-passed social security amendments would also create one new category of "the pcrmmienUy disabled needy." as eligible for public assistance. Public welfare workers hope Ihe Senate will dike away that qualification of "permanent" disability, so as la provide medical care for the needy who are temporarily disabled. Sen. Lister liill of Alabama has an amendment which would provide special money for medical care of the needy. At, the present time, payments nre made in cash The House-passed bill would provide 'medical care in kind" provided payments stayed within the ssn n iionlh total now allowed for federal-slate combined public assls- nnce. What this would rto Is put health n competition with welfare for a share of the public assistance mon- y. li might pay doctor bills, but :ould it also provide enough to eat? American Medical Association. American Public Welfare Assocla- ion and other organizations havr ndorsed the Idea of providing scp- irate funds for health care of tly icedy. This seems to be one of t!- ew phases of social .security r<n; ion on which there Is this agrcr lent. Allocalion of Funds Disputed Public assistance grants now e* :ie federal governme'nt over Sl.OO" 00.000 a year. There is nalur.i' ome question as to where the nun y should KO. As a matter oj lo?' might be said that n larger shai f the money should go to low- ncome slates. Senator Taft has Indicated l,r avors Ihis. But it is politically dil- cult to get Congress to approve cdcral grants on isny per capita In- Tliu Only Knnclcd liopair Service in lilylhoville — Every Job Guaranteed. TV Experts Piano Tuning And Repair Pianos—New and Used Music Instruments Supplies and Repairs. Everything In Music Slicoi Music—Records— Sound ICriiiinmenl— Recordings MUSIC STORE 107 K. Main — Tel. GSM cotnc bn.'iis. «PJJ. U'illiiir Mills of Arkansas has attempted (n do this by a new formula in the House-passed version tit tin nc'.v sociril security bill- It ivoDld rf.inire n neu - division of tlie S30 which the federal government puts up ngainst the states' S20 The federal S30 would be dlslrib- uteri on Die brtsi.s a[ 520 federal money for the first « of state money: then 55 federal money for tlie next J5 of state money; finally 55 federal money for the nn.xt Sib of state money. This '.'.mile! benefit states \vitli the lowest incomes, since they pay the lowest uublte assistance belief]!.!. ami it would n >r ike. the fctler.nl «<ov- ernment pay more of the bill' tt v.ouhl hcln the South, but it is politically vulnerable. enzie Continued from Page 4 L5 nothlnir which can be done at this juncture to settle the cold '.var. This U so because, as we have re- nuiLked so often in Ihis column Mivccnv is pur.-iuijig an immutable plan of Ions standing to coimmmize the whole globe. The only thing svhirh will halt thLs crusade will be Kusfia'.s inability to carry the cam- |!uu-n any further. ; ^Vare Not Wanted i Moscow does not waul pence on any other terms. Why then should i Mr. Trygvc Lie pursue what looks j !:ke a will-o'-the-Misp? Well, apart from the fact, that it's his job. he mail take into account I (hat sooner or later Russia will reach that point in its world revolution beyond n-lilch It c.-uTt go. He : should be prepared for that moment, which conceivably mi-;ht ar- i rive unexpectedly. We mustn't over- 1 look that the Soviet Union is hold- I ni!; down the lid of a boiling pot : and that someday the lid will blow j Bill more House, Beorge Vuinloi- bilt Estate at Asheville. N. C., con- lains no bedroom suits, it requires five hours to visit all the rooms in tlie house. 's Easiest- For prompt personal service on til her laundry or dry cleaning jus( call .1.118. We lake pritle in the personal care given lo Ihe washing of your clnlhcs and (lie spotless dry cleaning ot your suits and dresses. Try us. ANHYDROUS AMMONIA Don'l take less than the best! We can supply the fertilizer and apply It the way (he job should be done for prompt service call G581 or 438S. Lowest Applicaling Prices Available. SCRAPE & WEIDMAN Agricultural Service Soulli Arkot 2-1 Cotton Seed Produced by University of Arkansas Experiment Sfn. BREEDERS SEED Available to Arkansas Growers Extremely early in fruiting and matures quick. Harvest G5 to SO per cent of crop at first picking. High • i gin (urn out. Staple: 1-1/32 to 1-5/32 inches. 4} Three-year average at Delta Substation 712 pounds" lini per acre. Other production records in 1919: At Marianna —802 pounds per acre; At Hope —628 pounds per acre; [n Crnighead County—722 pounds per acre. Big boll. Predominately five-locked. Easy picked by hand or machine. Seed are of high germination. See Your Ginner or RAY F. PRICE 1M West Walnut Phone 2271. Blytheville, Ark. . .Long Distance 13 Are You Protected Against TERMITES? Your house is worth a lot of money so don'f let Termites cause expensive damage. Get protection now... but... EE SURE YOU GE-TfHE BESfl U. C. Walls, a charier member and director of the Slate Pest Control Association, can do your job right. Here's why: 1. Licensed longer than any operator in Mississippi County. 2. Longest continuous satisfactory record of STATE inspections in Northeast Arkansas. 3. Your individual needs honestly diagnosed. 4. Conscientious workmanship. 5 Sane plan of upkeep. WALLS 924 East Main CERTIFIED TERMITE SERVICE H. C. Walls Phone 3792 Call 6911 for Biytheviile TIN SHOP Use MIXED FERTILIZERS To Get More Cotton! Anil with loitay's rrdurcd cotton acreage it's cvnn more Important for you (o Increase the >iHil p CT acre- That's what our can ilo for YOU \Vc have on h^nd alt of (lie most commonly used mixed Terlili/prs and nitrate soil.*, del yours now and put drmn while sufficient .supplies are available. ORDER NO'W! BJyfheville Fertilizer Corp. Highway 61 South Phone 4471 111 North First \Ve offer complele Sheet BScta! service gjn, oil mill & feed mill work, house gutters, duel work. Call Taylor Laylon, shop manager. GASOLINE — TRACTOR FUEL — KEROSENE KUEI, OIL — DIESEL FUEL OIL & GREASE G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. 2089—Phone—2089 Office: llfi W. Walnut Rtilk Plant: Promised Und F L. WICKER MACHINE SHOP < 215 North 2nd — Just Call 2192 LAWNMOWERS Power and hand mowers sharpened and repaired... . picked up and delivered. BLACKSMJTHJNG Plow points receive prompt and e.xpcrt sharpening. WELDING Acetylene nnri electric, in Ihe shop or on (he job. Satisfaction guaranteed. MACHINE WORK We have the experienced men and Ihe <?<jninmen( (o do vout |oli right.

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