The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1948 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 26, 1948
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'-':< , /% FAGB FOUBTUM (AKk.) (XtUKiEK NKWS Russians Yield On Berlin Front 4-f ow«r Meetings To B« Returned ^Walkout' (VMtod FTM 8Utt ' BERIJN, M»r. 1$. (UP)—Bus- ri*n r*presentaiiv«* Indirectly capitulated today In • showdown with American G«n. Lucjus D. clay over (heir walkout from the Allied Control Council last Saturday. In a statement ol policy a high Russian official said four-power meetings would continue. It was believed likely that Marshal Vassily Sokolovsky, who walked out last Saturday, would call * new meeting of the council for March 30. TTie Soviet statement was con- aldered a victory for Clay. Together with British and French rcpre- •enlalivei, clay Informed trie Russians last Tuesday that the 1 three Western allies would not attend further four-power sub-committee meetings until the Russians reconvened th* Central Allied Council. The statement that four-power meetings now would continue was made by Lt. Qcn. O. S. Lukyanl chenko, chief of stalf of the Soviet military administration, to the Red Army newspaper, Taegllche Rund- Khau. "Did the situation created at the meeting of • the Allied Control Council on March 20 mean complete suspension of quadripartite activity in Germany?" lie was wked. "The Soviet representative insisted and still Insists that Potsdam decisions concerning the control machinery by accurately observed," Uuyanchenko said in reply. The Soviet walkout came after the Western powers refused lo give ' Sokolovsky a report on the recent . three-po'wer conference on Germany In London, which Hie Russians opposed on the grounds It was leading Germany. Racing Rule Infractions To Be Probed HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Mar. X. (UP)—Th« State Racing Commls- slon will meet at Ooklawn Park here tomoriow to investigate an Increase In the number of Infringements and violations of Arkansas racing rules the past two weeks. Official records In the office of the racing commission reveal that five trainers or owner-trainers have been suspended by stewards and that nine Jockeys have been set down for foul or rough riding. One of the trainers has been charged with administering benzadrene to a horse under his supervision. Commission Secretary Otho A. Cook, however, dented reports of widespread "doping" of horses during the 28 days of the park's 30 day meet. 'Conditions arc not 100 per cent perfect," Cook said, "but they are too bad. Our records reveal only one Instance where a trainer was caught administering anything like benzardrcne or morphine." Cook attributed 'the increase in violations to a tightening of state racing rules and to the work of agents for the American Thoroughbred Racing protection Association. Two Chance/tori l/rged For Twelfth District JONESBORO, Ark., Mar. M. (UP) —The Cralghead County Bar Association was on record today favoring the creallqn of another office of chancellor In the 12th district which includes Cralghcnd, Greene, Clay, Mississippi, I'olnsctt and Crlt- tenden Counties. The association passed a resolution citing a total of 2,672 cases filed In chancery and probate courts in the six counties last year, compared with 851 cases filed for the year In the circuit court of the same district which has two Judges. Because of the "huge amount of work," the bar association said irmncellor Francis Cherry of Jonesboro needs assistance. The bar association named a committee to confer with the associations of the five other counties. They are expected to ask the legislature to authorize another chan cellor. to the partition of Grand Jurors Report On Gambling in Club BENTON, Arki, Mar. 2fi. (UP)— ; The Saline county Grand Jury has reported evidence that gambling went on at the new Colonial Club on the night of Jan. 17, but found it was unable lo pin the responsibility on anyone. In a three-page report sumar- Iztng their three-day investigation, the jurors told circuit Judge Thomas E. Toler of Malvern that they could not determine who owned the club or who promted the games. The night club Is located lust across the line from Garland .county and has been padlocked since J»n. 18. Jack Robinson Gets Agency For Tractors Jack Finley Robinson, Blythevllle farm Implement dealer, announced today that he hiul. been granted exclusive dealership for the new Ferguson tractor nnd farm implements for Mississippi County. Mr. Robinson staled that the Ferguson Trader Co. is no a sep- nrnte company and no longer *s connected with the Ford Motor Company. The Ferguson Tractor Co. Is manufacturing tractors and farm implements using the Ferguson system. Offices for the Ferguson Agency will be located with the Jack Robinson Implement Company at 500 East Main Street In-Blythevllle, Mr. loblnson said. Ex-Romanian King's Life is Endangered WASHINGTON, Mar. 26. (UP)— The, State Department said today It has received "reports of rumors of a plot" against the life of ex- King Michael of Romania. "The department Is taxing measures for his safety while In the United States," the department said. The State Department did not elaborate on what measures were being taken. The department's announcement was made In answer to reports that police protection for Michael had l>een increased. , completely sound-proof room called a "quletorium" In th* middle of Its refrigerator factory. The room "floats" on SO steel springs set in a bed of cinders and as constructed to test electric refrigerators. A sound technician, undisturbed by oulslcle noises, can lislen lo each refrigerator and tell by Its "music" whether it Is operating properly. FRIDAY, A1ARUH 26, 1948 EXPORTS Sound-Proof Room Makes Refrigerators Tell All SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (UP)—The Westlnghouse Electric Corp. has a .Rowbotham Murder Trial Delayed to April 1 CLARKSVILLE, Ark., Mar. 26.— (UP)—The trial of Mrs. Rhoda Rowbotham, on second degree murder charges growing out of the fatal beating of her husband, will begin April 1 In circuit court here. Paul Rowbotham was brutally slain Jan. 19 at their farm home near^ the Lamar community. Mrs Rowbotham and two of her sons are accused of beating him over the head with a polcr arid heaping live coals on his bare abdc^ The trial was originally scheduled for yesterday, but an extra crowded docket .caused the post- pdnment. Livestock Course, The'golf course 1 is In the heart or this city's most exclusive rest- (C'onllnued from Page 1) Ing rocket launchers and flame throwers. 3. All ammunition above .22 caliber. 4. Bombs, torpedoes and rockets. 5. Fire control equipment and range finders. 6. Tanks and ordinance vehicles. 7. Poison gases and toxicological agents. 8. Pro|x>llfinLs and explosives. D. War vessels. 10. Aircraft, including "components, parts and accessories." 11. A miscellaneous class cover- Ing radar, photographic equipment, armor plate, helmet^ and "all other material used In warfare which la classified from the standpoint of 'military security." Meanwhile, Rep. Karl E. Mundt, R.. S. D., said he has received "amazing support" for his plan to halt exports of war goods to Russia. Mundt will offer the plan Monday a.s an amendment to the foreign aid bill. It would give the foreign aid administrator a veto over export licenses, , Mundt conceded he has failed to halt the scheduled sailing for Russia of the freighter Chukotka. now loading in Jersey City with machine tools. "It didn't work on that shit)." Mundt said. "But I believe it will work on others." The Ohukotka is scheduled to sail Saturday. Mundt said many HcHise members have pledged their support for his said meintlm* his hous* property subcmunltte*- probably will resume hearings about April 4. The. group Is probing reports that U. 8, war surplus goods has found IU way to Russia. Rfzley said "over tealous" government traders may have sold large stocks of such war potential material to the U. a S. R He based his statement on preliminary evidence turned up by Investigators of his House Surplus property Committee, The group ia looking' Into charges that potential war materials have been sent from this country to th« Soviet Union. Rlzley said he was especially Interested In the work of the U. S. Foreign'Liquidation Com mission, an agency of the State Department charged with disposal of surplus goods overseas. , . "It's entirely possible," he said, that In their enthusiasm, some over-zealous traders have sold large quantities of this material to Russia and her satellites." Rklcy said his committee Is checking how much U. S. war surplus, abandoned on European battlefields, ultimately wound up In Russian hands. He also disclosed that the committee's chief counsel, Edwin J. Donohue, Is in Honolulu investigating the sale o! surplus aircraft and parts. The material, he said, is being sold indiscriminately on a worldwide basis. Blames Overseas Salts "It Is my opinion," Rlzley uid, "that some of the biggest leaks In the sale of surplus military equipment to Russia and the satellite countries probably has been through U. S. liquidation agencies overseas." Rlzley said It also had been re- >orted that large amounts of scrap nalerlal salvaged from Pacific bat- lefields may be "following Into he wrong hands." dential district. The taxi was re-j amendment. He said he has been ported "missing" about 6:30 a.m. Turner was shot in the head. An ambulance driver said that he "was badly beaten. 1 ' flooded with mail from people who read of the plan. Committee to Resume Probe Chairman Ross Rizley, R., Okla., ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Mar. 26. (UP)—Livestock: Hogs 6,500; all salable, as compared with 7,000 yesterday. Uneven; weights 330 Ibs down. 25. to 50c .ofter than Thursday's average; over 230 Ibs unevenly steady to 75c lower; mostly 25 to 50c off. Sows. 15 to $1.25 lower. Bulk good and choice 160-230 Ibs 22.25-22.75; top 300 Ibs 19.25-20.75; 300-500 Ibs 1822.13; 240--250 Ibs 20.50-22; 27019.25; 130-150 Ibs 19.25-22; 100-120 Ibs 14.75-18; sows 450 Ibs down 1G.50-17.25; few 17.50; over 450 Ibs 16-16.50; stags 1350-16 Cuttle 1,600; salable' 600; calves 600. all salable. Limited supply of cattle selling-weak to unevenly lower in cleanup trade. Odd heart and small lots light weight steers and heifers, medium to good, from 2326; cows, very slow. Common and medium 11.50-20: odd head go'Hl above. Canners and cutters 13-17. NEVER BEFORE A CHANCE LIKE THIS! $203,725 Cash Being Given in Pepsi-Cola's "Treasure Top" Sweepstakes and Contests! Taxi Driver Murdered; Body Stuffed in Trunk MEMPHIS, Tcnn., Mnr. 26. (UP) —Tile body of Thomas F. Turner, a taxi-cnb driver was found today stuffed In the trunk of his taxi which was parked beside the 13th green or the Galloway GoK Different? You bet it's differ-. ent — Pepsi-Cola's great new series of contests! Monthly State Prizes — 51 in e:ich state! • Monthly National Prizes! Colossal Family Sweepstakes Prizes— First Prize $25,000 Cash! There's nothing like it —more than 15,000 Cash Prizes! 'Get started today — enter how — enter often! And hey — here's fun for everybody! There's a hidden design under the cork in every Pepsi-Cola bottle lop. Look for these "Treasure Tops". HOME-STYLED That's Dixieland! After you've finished o«x of our satisfying home-style dinners—down to the last forkful of a tempting dessert, you'll lean back comfortably and remember pleasantly the personal service you received, the quality of the cookery you consumed. 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