The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 9, 1949 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS. Rivers Control Projects Favored Arkansas Senator Sees Reluctance to Appropriate Funds LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 9. (AP) — Sen. J. W. Fulbrlght expects appropriations for new flood control projects to fate stiff opposition In I he next Congress. "This win be especially true in face of the nation's heavy deficit spending," he said,in an interview here. The senator, however, added that the lonft range outlook for Arkansas flood control projects is very favorable. Many projects fall Into i tt»= category ol planned work which •Tim be considered as backlogs for launching in a time of general recession, he said. Fulbright also expressed confidence that his bill to repeal federal taxes on colored oleomargarine will be passert next year. "Our trouble so far has been in getting the measure up for a vote," he added. He also predicted that defeated "pet bilk" of the administration will continue to be strongly opposed in the next session. He had been asked for comment on possible repeal of the Taft-Ilarllcy act and pas-sage of civil i-ighUs and federal health legislation. "As you know," he added, "I voted against rei»al of the Talt-Hnlt- ley law." Swindle Charge Follows Arrest Of Missouri Men HOT SPRINGS. Ark., Nov. 9. (AP)—Pike County, Ark., officials will prosecute a Kansas City, Mo., man arrested here in connection wi'.h an attempted fixed horse race deal. Robert S, Champeau. 62, was returned to Nashville, Ark., yesterday to face charges of swindling J. C. Couch, Murfrcesboro, Ark., of $2,500 in a confidence scheme last year. Two men arrested here with Champeau, George J. Gordon, 49 St. Joseph, Mo., and Frank A. Wilson, 70, Kansas City, were fined in municipal court and ordered lo leave The three were arrested by Detective Chief Jerry Watklns after E. J. Joyce, retired St. Louis businessman, reported they offered to let him in on a $200,000 fixed horse race deal in California for $20,000. Municipal Judge Fred Jolinsoi fined Gordon and Wilson $100 and costs each and sentenced them to 60 days in jail. Tlie fines and Jai terms were suspended on the con dition they leave Arkansas and never return. Watklns said that when he arrested the men, he confiscated $1, 000,000 in bogus cashier's checks rjumlles'of paper cut the exact of currency with real $100 bills 01 the outside of each bundle, and a purported letter of credit from th Cotton Erchange Bank of Housloi Tex. Three Arrests Reported n Big Jewel Robbery KANSAS CITY, N 0 V. 9—(/Pj— 'he FBI yesterday announced the rrcst of a third person here in he $221,955 robbery of a Richmond, /a, jewelry store last February. Dwight Brantley, chief FBI a- ent here, said Henry William Ramsay, 40, was arrested last night at his home. Brantley said Ramay served a term at Leavcnworth ederal prison for interstate transportation of firearms. William Marvey Flowers, 45, also an ex-convict, was arrested last Wednesday under the federal un- a'Mul flight statutes. Mrs. Gertrude Harriett Pinkcrman, 25, mother of three children, was arrested at the federal building yesterday w hen she inquired about Flowers. All three were charged with violating the national stolen property act in interstate transportation of jewels valued at more than $5.000. 63,051 Telephones Are Installed in State Since 1945 LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 9 (AP) — Southwestern Bell Telephone Company added more subscribers in Arkansas during a 42-month period than it served in exchanges in three major cities. This statement was made by W. II. Dodds, a company engineer and a witness yesterday lit the company's rate increase hearing. Dodds said that between Decem- |ber 31. 1945, and July 31, l'J49, the 'company added 03,051 "innin stations" in Arkansas. He said innin stations in telephone company terminology were telephones exclusive of private branch exchanges and extensions, and that the total was roughly that of the number of the new subscribers. The total, he said, also represents more' person."; than are served through the Little Hock, Pine BiuK and Hot Springs exchanges. The Boat is a ruminant anhm closely related (o the' sheep Arkansan is Presiding Over UDC Convention NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 9. (/Pj — With all the color and flurry of a nntionai political party convention, the United Daughters of the Con federacy opened their 56th annual session yesterday. Some 700 delegates packed the grand ballroom of the Roosevelt Hotel to hear the greetings of Presi- lent General Mrs. John Francis Velmnann of Little Rock. She called on the delegates rep- 'csenling 38 slates and two uro- •inces of Canada to "pledge your en-Ice to the cnshrhiement of '.he iicmory of the soldiers ot the Confederacy." 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