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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 5, 1950
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PAGE TWO Socialist Party Seeks To Change its Course; Thomas Is Rebuked DETROIT, June 5. (#)—A more* militant Socialist Party may emerge from decisions made at its 195i convention here. The delegates to Ihc meeting which ended Sunday, picked a nev executive committee pledged to implementing the Socialist cause. In so doing, they repudiated the course advocated by Norman Thomas, their six-time candidate for president, He wished to keep the party primarily an educational or- granlzatlon at this time. The more active way was sup ported by Darlington Hoopcs, newly re-elected national chairman. Board Is Named Hoopes and eight of his supporters were named to the 12-man cx- pcutlve board. Thomas and two of his followers were picked a.s minority members. Platform ]s Approved The Socialist platform, as approved by the delegates, called for world disarmament and a stronger United Nations. They urged a 'bold appeal to all governments and peoples" for disarmament. "Simply making the appeal," the Socialist declared, "is-Ul recapture an initiative for peace which the United States Is losing with dangerous rapidity." The plea for disarmament, the platform said, should be accompanied by a pledge to invest a large part of the billions saved in arms for the improvement of agriculture and industry throughout the world. "End Profit System" "The most effective way to fight communism," It continued, "is to end the profit system, to abolish poverty, to banish fear of war, and to keep and extend our democratic freedoms." Although the party broke away from Thomas' control, the delegates adopted a resolution reaffirming "our faith In Norman Thomas as spokesman for American Socialists." Marble Becomes Liquid' When New Hydraulic Press Ups Pressure LOS ANGELES, June 5. <A[')_ A small hydraulic press which can turn marble Into a liquid which flows like molasses U creating at the University of California at Los Angeles pressures like those 22 miles below the surface of tile earth. The eight-foot-high machine, exerting , 150,000 pounds of pressure per square Inch, can squeeze sand into hnrd quartzile rock. Ur. David Griggs. geonhysleist, hopes It will help explain earthquakes and perhaps tell how (o locate veins of precious metals by duplicating subterranean conditions. The machine liquidizes marble by In-caking down Its [;ry.naline structure. Small cores of marble, about the sine ot a one-inch piece of chnlk. are placed in a cylinder Ijeuvcen two pistons which exert Ihc tremendous pressure. BIYTIIEVILLB, (AKK.) COUTJIER NEWS i\ Tin Price Reduction BANGKOK —</!')— A decline oi world tin prices has severely hit, Siamese tin exporters. Tin dealers who sold tin to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation when the price was fl.03 per pound nnd received advances of 85 per cent now find they have to make refunds because the price Is down It'A cents. The it. p. c. makes Its purchases on the consignment basis paying at the .price ruling 30 days after .arrival of the shipment at Gaiyes- ton, Texas. Shipments from Bangkok take about two months In transit. Ahlgren Talks To University Senior Class PAYETTEV1LLE, Ark., June Si/l'j —The University of Arkansas grart- latetl its largest class—1,068—here lalurday night. Besides those who received dip- omas—inchidliiK graduates of col- egi's here and the School of Medicine at Little Rock—four honorary degrees were awarded. Those honored Included Frank o. Smith, who retired last year after 37 years as an associated justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court. 1'Yank Ahlgren. editor of the Memphis Commercial Appeal, delivered Die commencement speech. The ceremony was held in Roor- back Stadium despite chilly weather. The board of trustees, at a meeting Saturday, elected Judge Henry S. Yocum of El Dorado chairman to succeed Herbert Thomas, Fay- resigned the chair- ACCUSED—MnJ.-Gen. William II. Kasten, above, former Army Finance Chief, used government oillces and employes lo set up a $118,01)0 - a - month scrvieemen'i insurance company while on active duty, according to chargei made to Ihe House Armed Services subcommittee by Maj.-Gen Louis A. Craig, Army Inspecloi General. Craig said the nonprofit firm sold life insurance tt oilii ers going overseas Kaster was recommended for censurt for his parl in the business. le, manship. The tulip was introduced Into Holland from the Mediterranean area some 400 years ago. BlyfheviUe Men To Undergo Navy Reserve Training Three Blythevllle men will leave June 12 tojoln the more than 200 men in the Memphis nnd Mid-South area who will report to the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit at Mil- lingtcn for a two weeks active duty training cruise at Pcnsacola, Fla. Included in Ihe group are Louis I,. Anderson, Jr.. Charles G. Parrish and Earnest p. Drown, m. 3, all of Blythevllle. Three squadrons will make the trip to PciLsnroln. All personnel will report to NARTU Memphis June ]2 for three days of training prior lo take-off for F'ensacola the morning of Jtme 16..The last of the planes will arrive at Chevalier Field. Pensacola, at noon. On June 24, the three squadrons will take-off for the return trip, arriving In Memphis by noon. The men will be discharged from active duty on June 25. During the stay In Pensacola, the pilots of the Air Group will receive instructions in gunnery, bombing and. strafing, and overwater navigation while the ground crews will receive training in practical line operations and in-service training for advancement in rating. Every girl dreams of the gift that says Givehera Ccdar Hope She will always remember this romantic gift ... so beautiful, so sweet of cedar aroma, and so practical, loo! A Lane is the perfect, safe place for all those precious things every girl collecis . . . and treasures. Happy brides everywhere tell you, "[t all started with my Lane. Ii's the one gift we'll cherish forever." No. 344?—4 hi'r he. ll dcjisn in rn, Amtricin Wilnui. Ill 1-ioc.s pitentcil He. 2503 — "Miss America" chest in Walnut, with drawer. Same chest in Limed \Vhitc Oak, Cordovan, or Grey Walnut. AS ADVERTISED IN LIFE MONDAY, JUNB «, 1«M Furniture Co. 'Trade With Wade and Save" Cop's Brush With Crime Is Real Art COP'S BRUSH—21 By Mary 0. Flynn NHA Staff Correspondent KANSAS CITY, Mo. <NEA> — Police Patrolman Pat Murray Is knocking 'em cold with a paint, brush. As a rcsiilt Die rogues' gallery isn't the only department in the Kansas City, Mo., police headquarters benefiting by his skill with Dlc- tiires. A photographic technician at headquarters and an artist In his spare time, Murray has palmed a mural showing Ihe work of Kansas City police. It will be hung in the lobby ol police headquarters bulld- ii'B after a public showing. Murray's fellow policemen mod- sled for the mural. One evei. iwsed is a (trunk being dragged from the street, The right half of the painting represents nighttime; the left half, daytime. In the shadowy light of night, there is a section depicting i tecnnlclan at work in the crime laboratory. On close Inspection, -* — PAINTING I'ATKOI.MAN—Policeman pat Murray points out some of the finer points of one ol his "crime murals" to an admiring colleague in Kansas city. ileteclive Is spotted shooting from the ground at n fugitive leaning from a window o( K darkened building. Injecting even mote realism, the piitrolinnn-nrtLsl placed n clearly legible 25-miIe-per-liour speed limit sign on a boulevard and a traffic officer issuing a ticket to a motorist. For seven years a police officer Murray also studied five yours under Thomas Hart Benton, famous inidwcstern artist, ajid spent two .-ears in Arizona where he,"painted he West." He has started work' on l series of paintings on various phases of law enforcement. Livesrock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111., June 5. OPi— (USDAi— Hogs 15,000; "airly active, steady to 25 lower .han Friday's average; sows fully steady to strong: bulk good and choice 180-240 Ibs 20.00-25- top M.25; largely 20.00-15; 250-270 Ibs 19.50-75; 270-300 Ibs 18.50-1950140170 lus 17.75-19.75; mostly 1800 IP: 100-130 Ibs 14.00-17.25- sows 400 ?' 5() - 17 - 25: -"1-500 Ibs . heavier weights 14.50=.00; stags 10,50-12,50. Cattle 4000: calves 1300; initial leuls on steers and heifers fulh steady with moderately active Inauiry: cows, hulls and" vealers un- hanged; medium to high good eer 5 28,50-30.00; few low choice to 1.00; good heifers and mixed ye.-ir- mgs 28.00-30.00; common and me 1mm 23.00-27.00: good cows 2150- common and medium cows Germans Given Chemical Control BONN, Germany. Jime 5. </PJ — The Allied High Commission turned control of the West German chemical industry back to the Germans today except for products that could be used only for war purposes. The Germans get control of some chemicals which can be used in war, but which also have peacetime uses. The commission also scrapped many of the controls over the fine mechanics, optics and electronics industries. New regulations covering these industries were Issued by the commission under a recent law to prevent German rearmament and lo insure the indnslrial demilitarization of Germany. The regulation covering chemicals "leaves the entire field of chemical industry nnd products free of control" except for particular product-s, a high commission announcement said. -BOGGED DOWN Ive lh*t helps dljpel at ordinary constipation. Blarx-Draught Is pur?; mailo o! Imported herb;. Time-proved by thousands. For children: Syrup or BUck-nrauKli! Art at any dt-lkr's foi BLACK- DRAUGHT 2 Mere Czechs Plead Guilty PRAGUE. Czechoslovakia, June B. Wl—Two more pleas of guilty were entered today in the treason tria of 13 Czechs charged with spying on behalf of the Western powers. Latest to plead In the trial that began last Wednesday were Dr Zdenek Peska. professor of constitutional law at Charles University and Vojtech Dundr, said the official account as broadcast by the Czech radio. The radio added: Peska confessed that he worked against the uniting of the working class and tried to spread anti-state activities Into the army. Peska said as u member of a five-man "anti- state" committee headed by Vojta Benes, exiled brother of the late President Eduard Benes he worked out an economic program aimed at weakening trade unions and returning factory owners to positions of power. OLDEST MAKER OF ELECTRIC HOME REFRIGERATION eould give you! AVAILABLE • ORDER RIGID FRAME ft TRUSS-CLEAR STEEL • ALUMINUM BUILDINGS Quickly erected - in days Instead of weeks — to meet urgent demands for on-the- farm grain storage. After grain is marketed,your ButlerBuild- ing gives you year-round use as implement or livestock shelter, for hay storage, many oilier farm purposes. See u> today for full information on these sturdy longlife buildings. CAPACITIES for Butter (oiUi>(> 40' Widcmoo'Lonf 38,450 BUSHELS By shoring up 3 feet • long sides and end I. 13,000 BUSHELS On the floor (without shoring) * FIOBUCI OP Cft-lUlMIO MANVFACrUIIINO COMPAKT C. A. TANT CONST. CO. Authorized Dealei For Butler Steel Buildings General Contracting P.O. Box 83 Phone 6896 BlyrhevilU,, Ark. Anhydrous Ammonia Fertilizer Gustom Application Chas. Brogdon Phones 6847 — 6284 '/i Mile South on Highway 61 Hi* 40.11.. From. Ftiml Clip»t| Hliiiililmirc of ictlr-ral iturng. O N IT iST,: Sr^^s *\ J/VK crijpcr. l'olv,i rr ,,,, c _ ,,,.„ § /I VJ/-J tvontlrr innlrrial, ihntV, »ll lll<- wav llir<,ii|r.h, .....I on ninny inlrrinr parts. UH LT 249' Vim ert n 1 7-lli. rrr/cr, ltil.« of l.lll liolllr tp^rr. A fill 20-qI. Grislier. WHAT KELVIHATOR MEANS TO YOU! ll l»fnn> rn.Jiirrng »ali»f,,cli,,i, Mm>r nil, *„!, „,„„„. 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O. POETZ OIL CO. 2089—Phone—2089 Office: 116 W. Walnut Bulk Plant: Promised Land Call 6911 for Blytheviile TIN SHOP 111 North First We offer complete Sheet Metal service gin, oil mill & feed mill work, house gulters, duct work. Call Taylor Lay ton, shop manager. The Strongest GRAIN BIN Made The Martin "Husky Gainl" is U. S. Gov't. approved —weather-proof, fireproof, ralproof. Designed especially for soybean growers, (his storage bin contains more steel than any other. The 2'/, in. corrugation prevents bulging and sagging. Sold by Blytheville Soybean Corp. Blytheville Rhone 6856

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