The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1950 · Page 12
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f AGE BI/YTHEVTUJ! (ARK.) COTTRTER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 19SO Political Thorn Tossed At President s Proposed Health, Security Group Br JACK HELL WASHINGTON, June 1. I/Pi — A potential political ttiorn was tossed today Iiilo the path oJ President Trutnan's proposed new government department of health, education and security. The probability that Oscar n. Ewing would become the Ilvsl secretary of such n department revived some of the Senate opposition which killed a similar reorganization plan last year. Senator Wherry of Nebraska, the GOP floor leader, said Republicans aren't particularly interested In helping give cabinet stature to Eu r - infr, who is talked as a possible. Democratic candidate for governor of New York. Swale Killed 1'lnn Mr. Truman proposal last year [or a new department of welfare was clubbed clown in a 60 to 32 Senate vote last August 15 largely on the grounds that it would filvo too much power to Ewinp. the Federal Security Administrator. Swing's -support of the President's proposal for compvilsovy health insurance was a focal point in that fight anri remains a sore spot among critics now. McClcllan Says Okay Senator McClcllan (D-Ark). who attacked last year's plan on the grounds that It seemed to open the way for what he called "sociali/.cd medicine." said the new proposal looks satisfactory to him on that point. McClellan heads the Senate Expenditures Committee which will hold hearings if any resolution disapproving the new plan is offered. A majority of the full membership of either house can kill a reorganization plan. Senator Wherry of Nebraska, the OOP floor leader, said he thinks there will be opposition to the new plan. Ewlng May He Head If the plan survives an expected Senate challenge. Ewing may become a department head with what the President himself said are "essentially the same duties and authority as are now vested In the Federal Security Administrator." Tn yesterday's message to Congress submitting the plan, the President said that the surgeon general anri the commissioner of education will "retain all the statutory authority and duties now vest*d in them." ' Along with the commissioner of •octal security they would report directly to the secretary, who would transmit their views Ho the President. "Added Safeguard" The President said this provision "represents 'an" additional safeguard against the fear of the possibility that the views of these officials could be unduly subordinated." McClellnn said that as he viuder- rtands the plan the surgeon gen eral 'and commissioners of education will continue to make the poll cies for their agencies. He said that wasn't true of last year's rejected plan. 'It's a decided improvement over lasl years proposal nnd it meets some of the serious objections made against the 1949 plan," he said. Five Students Killed in Auto Truck Accident HARLAN, la., June 5-W>— Five high school students—three boys and two gLr!s-~u-ere killed last night in an automobile-truck accident. A fourth boy, the driver of the car, was seriously injured. The -s dents were celebrating graduation exercises held earlier last night at Harlnn High School, Two of the dead and the injured youth bar received their diplomas. The accident occurred an Highway 59, nbout seven miles cottth of this small west central Iowa community. Sheriff OrrelI Gcarhart o Shelby County said the car rammed into the rear of a six-ton true) loaded with live fish. The truck driver, Robert Bruce PiiRh, 21 Spirit Lake, la,, was not injured. The driver of the car, Gaylii SLwon, 38. was Uitccn to n bosnita in Council Bluffs, ta., about 40 miles Irom the scene of the accident. The girls killed were Mnry Ann ilndttrom. 16, and Jo Ann Ander son, 1G. who was graduated las nitrht with Slraon and one of th ;hree boys killed, Robert Brock innn 18. Thn others killed were Charle Ocean, 16. and Darrcl Chamber lain, of Dunlap, Ta. All but Cham berlaln lived in Harlan. Second Convict Is Found Guilty Of Murder at Arkansas Prison BABY CAMPER—You can stake baby out under the trees beside pop's hammock, using this new portable crib made by an Everett, Mass., mmiu/nclurcr. Made of tubular sleel nnd plastic, the crib has screening on four sides to give full ventilation. It folds flat lor easy storing and carrying. Japon Is For Peace Now TOKYO, line I. i7T>—Japan for in ally the desire today to sipn pone treaties with all nations "willing E accord it independence and equal ity." The foreign office Raid Japn "fully possesses the necessary quail Citations" for n formal peacr treat but lias failed to obtain me because of the American - Russian split. It said the Soviet position was responsible for the delay. The statement was made in a 2,600 word review nf Japan's status under "De Facto Peace" Issued by the foreign office information division. This Is the first time under the occupation that a Japanese government agency har, put forth, an official view on foreign affairs. Showers Slow Canadian Fire HALIFAX, N. S,, Jnnn 1. \il*i— Showers last night reduced the Canadian fire hazard from Manitoba to New Brunswick but, a monster blaze continued to plague Nova Scotia, Eastern Halifax County was the .scene of the worst outbreak, A big blaze has destroyed some 15,000 acres of spruce in three days and still was burning furiously yesterday. The oHtV'Ciik already has caused more damage than all Nova Scotia forest, fires in 1949. Some 1.500 men were fighting (he blaze and Forest Minister A. W. Mackenzie made a personal appeal fov cr>-operaUon" by the public. The hazard still remained great in New Brunswick, although all fires except one were under con- Co). Dr. Jarre/I Dies HOT SPRINGS, Ark,, June I. f/P, — Dr. Foster Jnrrell. 63. Garland County coroner since 1943, dicri last night after a two monies' illness. He had lived here since 1321. Survivors Include two sisters and n brother. Dr. Marvin Acquires Huge Carnegie Library WASHINGTON. June 1 Or. Cloyri Kccfc Marvin, prc^iricn of George Washington University said last night that the school ha acquired the 70.QQO-vo!time librar of the Carnegie Endowment tor In ternational Peace. The library, which includes Jarge collection of bookj; on intei national law and relations and mmibor of League of Nations and United Nations documents, U valued at 5250.COO. PINE BLUFF. Ark.. June 1. M'j— k second convict has been found uilty of murder in the four-man scape from Arkansas' Tucker Pris- Farm last New Year's KVP. David Dyer, 30, ol Oklahoma City, was convicted last night of second decree murder for the fatal shooting of trusty guard William Bohannon. who sought misuccess- !ully to prevent the escape. 21 Year Sentence Dyer's punishment was fixed at 21 years imprisonment. Previously James perry Williams, '8. of Sheridan, Ark., was convicted of first degree murder in Hoha nnan's death. He was sen .enced to life imprisonment. Two others, Jack Rheurak, 22, Sapulpa, okla., and Odu s Eaton, 25, itillwcll, Okla., face trial. One of them—probably Rheuark—was Lo go on trial today, 4 on Murder Charge The four men, all of whom were recaptured within tive days, nf he break were Indicted of first degree murder in connection with Bohannon's death. Prosecutor Henry Smith said Dy- was the "brains behind the e«;apc" and asked that the prisoner be sentenced to death. • Hut Williams, who like didn't testify at his own trial, saui it was he—not Dyer—who plannec the break. \\i!li:nns Testifies Williams was one of several pris oners called as state's witnesses Nobody testified for the dfr' Williams testified he shot hannon, Other witnesses snici ho fired the first shot but tlT>t boil Rheuark and Dyer also shft thi guard. The jury which convicted Dye deliberated about two hours Charges of escape and of force 113. —the latter in theft of guns am ammunition from the prise n—liav been filed against the f-nn men. Two Were W« untied Williams and Rheuarfc were wounded when officers fired on them after they refused to come out of a shack in which Ihev were ornered In North Little Rock. The ithcr two escapees were taken with- mt gun play. An elderly recluse was killed sud a posseinan wounded In a "mistake" shooting during tha search for the men. Mo-Pac to Drop Track WASHINGTON, June 1 —f«P>— The Interstate Commerce Commission ha.s authorized the Missouri Pacific Railroad to abandon about seven miles of trackage in Howard County, Ark. The branch line to be abandoned extends from Nashville, Ark., northward into a peach growing area. For Improved KIDNEY FUNCTION In a majority ol casei invesl'i- galed in several hospitals and clinics, subnormal Kidney function was improved, Bldddef pain and discomfort reduced afler tlie use of Mountain Valley Water. If your doctor has diagnosed your condition al functional Kid-, ney impairment this natural, untreated mineral water may be very beneficial. Try it for a lew weeks. !l is delicious, pure-lasting, and may be consumed freely. Crosstown Whiskey Shop Main & Division MaimtainYalley J Water ~^ ''Tr.ns))" fish, suitable only lor oil and fertilizer, sell for about otic rout a pound in NRW England markets. . Iti this era of modern science, the average newspaper reporter no longer is a "leg man". He ustw the telephone. THE Diamond HEAVY SERVICE features: . hcck th « e • Service „ , h « ^ ^liry construction • FREt ROILJNG, HUSKY TREAD • QUItT RUNNING TREAD ' • "SHOCK ABSORBER" BREAKIR STRIP • WEFHE5S CORD »ODr CONSTRUCTION • SUPIRIOR RIOING COMFORT, SAFtTT COTTON GROWS FAST With MIXED FERTILIZER — RESULTS OF COLLEGE EXPERIMENTS Results of careful experimentation by colleges show that: • NITROGEN in fertilizer promotes plant growth, • PHOSPHOROUS hastens maturity. • POTASH keeps the plant healthy, prevents rust in cotton, prolongs the period of productivity, helps bolls to open well. That's Why You Should Side Dress Your Collon Now It's not too late to use mixed fertilizer on your cotton , . . and phosphorous and potash are important to your crop. Plan now to side dress for an early-mqturing, bigger crop this fall. All Regular Grades of Mixed Fertilizers Are Available BLYTHEVILLE FERTILIZER CORP South Highway 61 BlythevUfe, Ark. H«r«'» O«t New Phoiw Numlxi 6817 CITY DRUG CO. Vou'll lx>vc Our Flowtr*! Bl,l IHtVILL* FLOWER MART Mfmphii atnf PtaoM Mtl A IETTER LAUNDRY For Expert Laundry and Dry Cleaning—Call 4474 NU-WA SHEET METAL WORK OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up lo 1/4 inch thickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway Phone 2651 Delicious PLATE LUNCH 3 Vegetables Sr Choice of Altai E very Day 50* TOM'S CAFE 419 West Ash FOR SALE Bargain! Bargain! Bargain! TRUCK $275 '^ Hauling Cotton Choppers 503 KAST MAIN GROVER'S BODY SHOP Clear Lake Ave. & Clark SI. Expert Body and Tender Repair Highest Quality Auto I'ainliiiK All Types Radiator Work By Hiprhly Skilled Mechanics Every .lob, GuavHnlced Owned & Operated by Grover Canada Phone fiOSl RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIR Factory-Trained Mechanics Any Make or Model Prompt Service Reasonable Pric«t Phone 2642 We Pick Up «nd DeliTi Fred Callihan llOSn First St., Rlythrvillr LONGEST WEARING TIRE IN DIAMOND HISTORY Built of GRS-10, the new wonder ruhher anil IZ'Tc move cotils, in • new type of body and tread consinicrion, thess bigger, huskter new tires ar« 35% stronger—• 25% longer wearing. NEW HI-DENSITY WIDER, FLATTER TREAD Anhydrdus Ammonia Fertilizer Custom Application Chas. Brogdon Phones 6847 6284 Vi Mile South on Highway fi] The Strongest GRAIN BIN Made The Martin "Husky Gain!" is tJ. S. Rov't, approved •—weather-proof, fireproof, ralproof, Designed especially for soybean growers, this storage bin contains more steel than any other. The 2'/i in. corrugation prevents bulging antl sagging. 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