The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1950 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1950 RLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COWUER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Truman's Aid to Europe Plan Attacked GOP Opens Big Drive Against ERP Program WASHINGTON, June 22, J.IP) — President Truman's program lor ^economic and military aid to West- Bern Europe was under heavy Republican attach today. The greatest pressure was being brought to bear in the Senate Appropriations Committee. A determined effort is being made there to cut down (he size of the Marshall Plan program, Congress authorized $2.950,000,000 for the third year of the European Recovery Program. But one Republican committee member told reporters he Is certain Ihta amount will be trimmed. Trim Is 1'osslble It looks as though we might be able to trim from $100,000,000 to $250,000.000 off the total," he said. In the same committee, President Trumun's Point Pour plan to give technical aid and assistance to backward areas of the world was under lire. An effort is being made to cut the S35.000.000 program and to make the record clear that Point Four will not be a toc-in-the-door move for smother foreign recovery program. Administration leaders showec some concern over an amendment to the foreign arms aid bill by Senator Lodge <R-Mass> to open up $5.000,000.000 in European recovery funds for military puqxxsQS. The Lodge proposal would permit Marshall Plan nations — U they vbjhed—to spend any part of the so-called counterpart funds for military needs. These funds arc lo- :nl currencies deposited by the European nations to match U.S. dollar aid. They were set aside to be used for economic projects. Trouble Foreseen Chairman Connally in-Tes> of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee told a reporter the Lodge amendment would cause trouble, but would be defeated. Senator Kriowlaud (R-Calit) was prepared to ask the SJ'ialc appropriations group to limit the European Recovery Program—and the arms program—to a seven-monlh period. The Callfornlan said his move would be aimed at blocking trie seating of a Chinese Communist delegation In the United Nations. Obituaries David Roark Dies; Rites Set tor Friday Police Dig in on Bank Robber Believed Trapped in Swamps David B. Hoark died suddenly today at 5:10 a.m. at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fred IS. Rutherford, 816 E. Main. He was 80. F Mr. Roark was born in New Haven, Mo., In 1870. He has lived in Dlythcville with his daughter for about eight years. Before bis retirement, Mr. Roark was a contractor. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mac Edwards Roark of Blythevillc; a brother. Gordon Roark of New Haven, Mo.; and two grandchildren, Fred B. Rutherford, Jr. and Miss Judith Ann Roark of Richmond, Mo. Funeral arrangements arc incomplete, but services will be held In New Haven at 4:30 tomorrow. Burial will be in Richmond Heights, Mo. Holt Funeral Home is in charge. Jean Sarber Services Held In Memphis LANGTON, Ont.. June 22. OP)— •( Police, guided by plane and radio, closed in today on swampland where they tracked a bank bandit who shot two pursuers to death before he disappeared into the bush near here yesterday. The killer, who abandoned his $23,000 loot when the chase got too hot, is believed trapped 10 miles southwest of this community, 30 miles cast of St. Thomas, Ont. Authorities described the killer as ibout 28. of medium height, wear- ng a pith helmet auct dark glasses. Police said he shot down Arthur De Liernmn. 31. and William Goddyn, 24, after they forced his escape car into a ditch'following the robbery of the Langton branch of the Imperial Bank of Canada. Tlie bandit held the six-man bank staff at bay with two guns. Most of the bank loot was found in a suitcase which the bandit had abandoned in his car. Early estimates of the haul ranged between $3,000 and $15,000. After finding the Court to Hear Coplon Plea WASHINGTON. June 22. (Oft— The federal district court here set aside time today to hear a new trial plea for Judith Coplon, under 25 years sentence as a result of two espionage convictions. The argument for a new trial based on grounds of newly discovered evidence, was scheduled to be presented by Leonard Boudin. one of the New York attorney representing the former Justice Department employe. There was no indication that Miss Coplon's husband, attorney Alber H. Socolov. whom she married les than a month ago after her second car, police $23,000. revised the figure to conviction, would take part in proceeding. tin * Funeral services Tor Miss Jean Barber, who died at her home at 5 : 30 a.m. yesterday, \vere to be held' this afternoon nt 3:30 in National funeral Home, Memphis, with the Rev. W. A. Dimmlck officiating. .. • Burial was in Forrest Hill, * Miss Sarber was a graduate in piano, organ and voice of- the Chicago Conservatory o f Music . A mezzo, she sang six years with the San Carlos Opera Company, did concert work a"d served as conch^ in grand opera In Chicago and the midwest. Later, she received an appointment to the faculty of the Chicago Conservatory. She was still listed on the faculty at the time of her death. She pioneered in women's radio work in Memphis. Miss Sarber first came to Blytheville in 1928 and in 1942 made it her home. Throughout the intervening years she maintained a studio in Memphis. She was a member of the Beethoven Club of Memphis and the Women's Club and Presbyterian Church of Blytheville. She is survived by one brother, Lloyd Sarber, of Memphis. Underwood Rites Held Tomorrow Services for Cleatus Underwood of near Half Moon will be conducted tomorrow morning at 10 ; o'clock by the Hev. T. J. Richard- : son at Holt Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Manila. Mr. Underwood died in the Kennedy Veterans Hospital at Memphis yesterday morning nt 8:35 after an illness of over a year. He was 30. He was born in Leachville and was a veteran of World War II. He served two years with the army in Alaska. He was a member of the Blytheville Post of the American Legion. He leaves his wife. Mrs. Gcnlccr Underwood; & step-son, Roberl Wesley Hardin; three sisters, Mn- Coy Tweedle of Blytheville, Mr? Clcatus Neal of Benton Harbor Mich., and Mrs. Cecil Neal of Leachville; and two brothers, Oran Un- dnrwood nnd Carl Underwood, both of Manila. * * * Mrs. Goodman Buried in Halls Services for Mrs. Susie Goodman life time resident of Halls, Tenn. were held Sunday afternoon at thr Old Field Methodist CUurch. Burial was In the Old Field Cemetery Mrs. Goodman riled Friday afternoon at her home near South Pork Tenn.. after an Illness of three years She was 67. Survivors include her husband Samuel Goodman of South Fork six sons, William Goodman of Chicago, Charles Goodman of Jonesboro, Roy Goodman of Holland, Mo., the Rev. R. s. Goodman of Memphis, Dave Goodman and Elmer Ooortman of Halls; four daughters. Mrs. Willie B. Johnston of Fort Knos, Ky., Mrs. Ruben Climber, Mrs. Fanntc Hughes and Mary Goodman of Halls; several grand' children and six great grandchil- drcn. Movie Creates Famine — HOME (AP) Europe Is In tor a lion famine this summer. Except for zoos, there'll hardly be a lion to be seen. Circuses won't have them. 1 The reason: tlie movies "Quo Yarns." being filmed this summer at Cinecitta outside Rome, had to have fifty to sixty lions for its Circus MaximiLs scenes. And that's just about as many lions as there are in postwar Europe. The film producer leased the whole lot of them. New FHA Loans Are Available Farm improvements may be fi nanccd through the Farmers Kom Administration when credit isn available from regular sources. Da vid C. Neal, county supervisor < FHA, saiii today. Loans may be obtained, he sal for construction and repair i dwellings and other farm building pasture and fencing and clearir and preparing land. Mr. Neal also said loans are aval able for farmers who have lam too small to be profitable. These . SOCK WITH A SOCK!—Anna Hughes Pattcson, daughter of Gov. and Mrs. Okey L. Palteson of West Virginia, registers real surprise as she checks the size of one of-the socks to be presented to Gov. James E. Folsom of Alabama at the 42nd annual governors' conference in While Sulphur Springs, Va. The socks, size 18, measure 18 inches from heel to toe. A dozen socks for each governor will b'> among the forty gills from West Virginia industries to be presented to governors and their wives Eye Specialists Named in Petition HOT SPKl.XC.S. June 22. {If) Five Hot Springs eye specialists and the malinger of an optical firm were named defendants today in a petition [iU'd in Garland Cluui- ccry Court by (lie Arkansas slate board of optomeiry asking a restraining order agninst the firm continuing in business. The comvtluiiit alleged that D. P. Keller, manager of Hit- Medical Arts Optical service, is not a licensed physician or surgeon, and Is filling prescriptions for .spectacles under an agreement with the five specialists In violation of the Arkansas oplomclry law. It was furthei charged that the defendant physicians were receiving rebates "kick backs" which resulted It "inflation" of prices on spectacles and parts of spectacles and tha the physicians "have a pecuniar; Interest In maintaining the prices' of such juticle.s. Physicians named in the peiitioi were p. S. Tarlclon. O. II. Kins 7,. N. Short, N. II, flurch ant! C N. 1'ac. Contempt Trial Jegun Today WASHINGTON, June 22. W)- 'hrec Hollywood writers and pro- ucers went on trial in federal court contempt of say whether TRUMAN oday on :ongre charges of refusing to Continued from Page 1 dieted victory for Slate Senator Emory Allison in the race lor the Democratic nomination as U. S. Senator. riot they were Communists Federal Judge Edward M. Cur•an. hearing the case without a ury, rejected a motion for imme- linte acquittal of the trio, King ^ardncr, Jr., Lester Cole nnd Adrian Scolt. They were cited for contempt i the Ho'use un-American Activities Committee's 1047 investigation of communism in the film industry. The judge announced he will hand down his verdict next Thursday. Two others of the so-called "Hollywood Ten" who defied the committee, nalton Trumbo and John Howard Lawson, were fined 81,000 each and began serving one-year jail terms June 9. Raymond P. Brandt, St. Louis Post Dispatch correspondent, asked the questions about the Allison race Mr. Truman, In answering, told him the fact that Brandt's paper Is against Allison is a sign that Allison will win. Mr Truman declined to go Into ly delails about speaking arrangc- ents during the campaign time •iter In the year. But he said he oped he would be able to do a lot f traveling then. Brtdins tiiat he kes that kind of travel when, in vlr. Truman's words, it's non-pollti- al. 'Homer's'Flight May Be Costly DBTllOIT, June 22. <flV- Octroi like hundred* of other'cities, has flock of pigeons lhat roost in cl hall caves and feed along the sld walks. Mary E. Van Loan dirt somcthii mere than complain about the today. She submitted to the city bill for S500 damages. Miss Van Loan claimed a city hall pigeon flew into her "at high speed" as she was crossing a walk at city hall April 27. She said It took $0.18 lo repair her glasses, which Ihc pigeon knocked off. mid she (nuihl to have another $403.112 "for the extreme discomfort and pain suffered." FINGERED FRO C_,v South African fiiieerfrt troz, limiorlfil for lahorulnry research, stands aliovc another fros and readies fur food in Fish anil \Vilcllife Aquarium at W»sh»lton, Livestock Curlcy top Is a disease affecting uyarbcets in the northwest. $500 Damages Given A Circuit Court judgment yesterday giving T. lj. Lewis undisputed possession of Lot 75 of the original survey ol Blytheville has also resulted in a verdict for $500 damages for trespassing on the property line. The suit was filed About 100.000.000 trees can be aised from 2,500 pounds of Douglas ir seed under perfect conditions. Arkansas Solons Split on Vote WASHINGTON, June 22. HP) — Ai-kansas senators divided yesterday when the Senate approved a House- Senate conference report on extending federal rent controls. Senator Fulbrighl voted for ap- pioval of the conference report; Senator McClellan, agninst approval. Both FulnriBhl nnd McOlellan voted against the Senate's ellmina- NATIONA1, STOCKYARDS, III-. June 22. (/Pj—<U8DA>—HOBS 7000; barrows and gilts mostly 25 to 40 higher than Wednesday's nvcragc; sows barely sieaUy lo weak; spots 25 lower; bulk good and choice 180-240 Ib 20.00-10; largely 20.10 up; lop 20.50 for several loads; 250-270 Ibs 10.50-20.00; 270-300 Ibs 18.75 10.50; 140-170 Ibs 18.25-20.00; 100130 Ibs H.50-17.50; good and choice sows .100 Ibs down 18.25-1725; good 4IO-50H ib.s 15.00-1(3.25; licavlci weights I3.50-H.50; few 13.25; stags 10.50-12.50. Cattle 1500; calves 800; heifers and mixed yearlings opening abmil steady; mostly medium and goot nt 25.50-2fl.50; cows opening steady but slow; few good cows 21.50-22.00; common aiul medium cows 18.00 20.00; canncrs and cutters 14.50' 18.00. 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