The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 15, 1950
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.THURSDAY, JUNE IS, 1950 BLYTHEVJUX (ARK.) COURIER NEWS, PAGE TMREB Peru Revolt Stopped, Government Says Four Reported Killed in Fight With Police JBJMA, Peru, June 15. (A')— Peru's milit J, Peru, une . — erus military government claimed today to have suppressed a pre-election revolt blamed on Communists &?ter two days of bloodshed in the large southern city of Arequipa, Rebel broadcasts from Arequipa's radio continental said foui- persons fieen. A government communique las night said "determined intervention by the armed forces" had subdued "the Communist movement at Arc radio continental said foui- persons had been killed in clashes with the police and that "oilier bodies" were quipa" and restored public order. Oharre Ii "Grotesque." <In New York exiled former President Jose Luis Bustsmante, deposed in 1918 by the military government now ruling Peru, said the Communist charge against the rebels was "grptcsque." The revolt, he said, was a "counter-revolution of the people.") The revolt was led by Francisco J, Moslajo, an opponent of the military cabinet, another communique said. Moslajo's opposition candidacy for vice president in the elections scheduled July 2 was rejected by the national electoral board last Sunday. A rebel broadcast said the revolt flared up nfter a clash between striking university students and the xilice Tuesday in which two students were killed and a number •mrt. Persons Wounded Indicating a 'large number of persons had been wounded, nnolher broadcast from Arequipa called for volunteer doctors and nurses to come to the hospital and help with the injured. The government said the rebels Included, in addition to the Communists,, members of the outlawed leftist apra party and "members of the so-called 'Democratic Lea gue' " led by Most a Jo. Gen. Manuel Odria, former president of pern's military cabinet who resigned to become a candidate fo the presidency, blamed the revol on politicians seeking to disturt the coming election. Industry's Production Climbs Toward Record WASHINGTON. June 15. Ml—i Industrial production in May climbed within one per cent of the peacetime record set at the height of the 1948 boom, the Federal Reserve Board reported yesterday. It figured that June output should go even higher, if present t ids are sustained, probably equ- ng the postwar peak of October and November 1948, A preliminary estimate by the board, given to the Senate-House Economic Report Committee, showed May production at 193 per cent Of (meaning 03 per cent above) the 1935--39 monthly average. Two Points High That was two points higher than the board anticipated in ail initial figure May 27, and it indicated the biggest volume of Industrial production since Lhe 195 turnout of October-November, 1948. The new estimate for May reflected a two per cent rise froir April, and a 20 percent recover, must pass.) "It would take until November t get them all done," Wherry tald. Lucas has been pushing the Sen ale each day to speed up its l making in hopes of getting Congress j to adjourn July 31. tote Capita/ Population Seen About 200,000 LITTLE ROCK, June 15. M'j—A :ensus official predicted yesterday hat the 1950 head count would show the population of the Little Rock metropolitan area to be about 200,000. | Thai, would be n gain of more .nan 40.000 over the 1940 census figure or 156.085 for I'ulaskl County, ill of which is now Included In the capital city's metropolitan area. The forecast, was mane by Fifth District Census director L. L. Slewart, who said the other seven counties in the Fifth Congressional District would show a decrease of about 20,000 in population. They are Perry. Faulkner. Franklin. Johnson. Conway, Polk and Yell. Stewart said the population fig urcs for Little Rock, North Little Rock and all of Pulaski ' County should be available late next week Woman Sues Airlines \ After Crash Landing MEMPHIS, Tenn., June 19. <AP) —Mrs. Witma Wftltnm 1'icrce, who rode an airlines plane to a Jolting crash landing here lasl June 22, lias filed a $200,000 damage Mill against American Airlines, Inc. In her federal court pelilLon yo.i- erday she said she was severely ind permanently injured and tlml i cracked vertebrae forced her to •pend three montlis in the hospital. The pintle skidded to earth near the airport here a few seconds after taking off when one ol Its two engines cut out. No one was killed. Ilere'i Our New Phone Number 6817 CITY DRUG CO. Thief Uses Toothpaste EASTBOUHNK, England. June 15. in'i— Police warned tiie public yes- terdny against a pickpocket who squirt-s toothpaste on victims' dot lies and steals Iheir wallets while helping them wipe It off. Italy Gets Arm* NAF'LRS, Italy. June 15. (a'i— The third shipment of American . arms aid to Italy arrived here yesterday aboard the freighter Robin Trent. Unloading began Immediately. Cafe from Carrier LONDON— (/n— The British »lr- craft carrier Campania, veteran of savage convoy battles on the wartime northern routes to Russia, will become a floating exhibition (or' the Festival ot Britain In 1951. Did You Heor? of the Million-Dollar Crop Darmige in Mississippi County anil Southeast Missouri. l!uy Hailstorm Insurance Now—It's too lute to re- planll United Ins. Agency All Forms of Insurance 1st & Main— Hear City Drat rom the low mark (161) of last July, the trough of the 1949 "recession. " Gains In May and early June were produced by a further upsurge in production of durable goods, plus a marked recovery in | output if such minerals as iron' ore and oil. ' Production Gain There also was a small gain in production of nondurable goods— notably textiles, paper, rubber and chemical products. In the durable field, production of steel and of passenger curs was booming nt new record heights, while output of building materials, furniture and household appliances was going strong at advanced levels. Further increases In production also were noted far trucks, industrial machinery and other "producers equipment," which covers the making of machines and Look and will be used in turning out more consumer goods.", Bushman, Miserable Gorilla, Given Treat of Yellow Fruit CHICAGO. June IS. (AP>—Bush-I man, 'the old gorilla who has had his miseries lately, got a treat yesterday. It was an "out-of-season guava— one of a shipment of three dozen selected from the most advanced specimens of the Florida crop by the Sarasoui (P'la.) Herald Tribune and flown to Chicago by Eastern Air Lines. A Heart Disease Bn.shman was stricken seven day.s ago with what veterinarians fcaid apparently la (i combination of heart disease, arthritis and advanced at*e. The 500-pound animal Ls 22 years old—about 70 by human age measurement. , Eddie Robinson, Bushman's keeper for more than 20 years .took the guava, ripest of the 36, and went to the cage where Bushman lay dozing on a shelf. Bushman eyed the yellow fruit, rolled over, too fclt from Robii hand, and popped it into his mouth without further ceremony. Peeled With Teeth He peeled it with his teeth ex- [ pertly and discarded the .skin, lay \ on his stomach, holding it in his hand and eating it In small bites. Robinson said Bushman received only one guava. it was between feelings. The gorilla wilt be given three or tour with each meal from now on. Dr. Lester Fisher and Dr. Lester Young, the too veterinarians, sak Bushman has improved a great jea since his acute attack last Thurs day. The animal Is' more active and his appetite Is nearly normal Last night he ate 22 pounds of ti bread and milk. Senator Sees Possible Adjournment Aug. 5 WASHINGTON, June 15- (# Senate Republican leader Wherry o Nebraska said yesterday it migh be possible for Congress to adjcur August 5 "if Scott Lucas will cut h must list In half." Wherry disclosed that majoril leader Lucas (D-Ill) had given htm a list "of some 20 or 22 measures 1: wanted to complete by August 1." (A "must list," as used by Whei ry, is n list of bills that leaders Te You'll Love Our Flowers! BLYTHEVILLE FLOWER MART Mem'phlt fliwij rhone IW2 ^ffjKi me to eliminate the btuts assoclaled with ordl- poundrd at line 1mpotted hrrbs, laboratory led for Krotle action to help dispel" hcad- <m slucglih toncti. Tatty Sjrup of BUck- lEht fx for children. Al your ncare*I dealer'! f. BIACK- DRAUGHT ^VATtl Before You Any New Cor For Safe, Profitable Grain Storage Galvanized STEEL GRAIN BINS Fire-safe, wcathertight, rodent-proof. Permanent, long-life construction. 3 convenient »ztj: 14'x8'—- 1000 bn.; IS'xli' — 2200 bm.: Ig'xU' 327* bu. 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