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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT "^ VOL. XLVIII—NO. 48 Elythcville Courier Blytheville Daily News Mississippi Valley Leade BlylhevMe Herald Police Are at Odds In Move to Break Brink's Robbery BOSTON (AP)—Massachusetts ami Rhode Island law- enforcement authorities were at parting ways as they souulil solution of the fabulous $1,219,000 Brink's robbery'and [J-e gangland slaying of a wealthy'road house owner. The apparent break between* Elate officials became known last) night when Rhode Island's Ally. Gen. William E. Powers announced, "Thus far Boston authorities do not seem to be interested in (he information available to us." Powers accused Massachusetts authorities of showing a definite I lack of Interest in information j which he said might lead to so-: Union of Ihe Jan. 17. 1950. Brink's robbery and Hie Saturday morn- Ing ambush shooting of 13-year-old Carlton M. O'Brien. Accusation by I'owers Powers made the accusation shortly after Jseoph F. McGiiinis. 48, former convict and Boston night club owner, had been released following lengthy questioning in the slaying of O'Brien. Two shotgun blasts killed tc. °'Brien in front of his lavish West ||| Warwick, R.I., home. The attorney general said investigators in his stale bad uncovered information indicating that the O'Brien slaying was tied up - with the Brink's job. "I'ianners" Discovered Powers ' declared the Brink's holdup—the nation's greatesl cash robbery—\vas planned by McGin- nts, O'Brien and. Alfred -A. Gngnon of Pawtuckct, R.I., a prisoner at Rhode Island State Prison. Gagrion has named himself and O'Brien as planners of that daring robbery. •i' In Red China Peiping Asked to Okay Visas for Citizens Ready to Leave ne auiu lie was lorced to fly LONDON (iP, — Britain told Red sl 'l)plies to the armed group at the !,;.,„ i_j ___ ______ , i._ _ .... lhl'(*at nf /innll-i */» •v.Tn.... ___ China today- remaining British businessmen in China have decided Jungle Drama Unfolds Over 2 Held as Hostages 30 Parachutists Hold U.S. Advisor Near Crash Scene MIAMI, Fla. «V--Grini drama WHS beuiff enacted deep in the Brazilian jungles today wiierc a U.S. civilian aviation investigator an.i n Brazilian Air Force major tried lo win freedom from a "wildcat" group of parachutists. Gordon Bennett, chief advisor of the Miami Inlernalinal Disu-ict Office of the Civil Aeronautics Authority, said 30 or more armed parachutists were holding Scolt A Magness. CAA aviation safety advisor from Miami, and Maj. Miranda Corrca of the Brazilian Air Force. Used As Hostages He said they were being used as hostages in an attempt lo gain transportation for the parachutists back to civilization from a helicopter landing strip 3.7 miles from Ihe spot where a Pan American World Airways plane crashed April 20. killing 50 persons, including 10 Americans. The pilot of a u.S helicopter messaged his commanding officer at Albrook Air Force Base in the Panama Canal zone lhat he had removed all U.S. government officials from the jungle "except one (Magness) who is being held hostage by Brazilian parachutists." Forced To Fly Supplies He said he was forced to fly THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHBAST BLYTHEVIM.K, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, MAY in, 1952 MISSOURI TWELVE PAGES Of Okay for Screening of POW's ™;;SP;;l'VT« s « lS " ; ' s ' s ' ; "-='K,st±ss ,, v , . ue(lb ' lu M<le Uie I'amvmnjom conference tent Vice \i\m r Tnvn»i- i™. U.N. delegate, told the Reds: luinei Jo>, Inside the Panmiinjom confer-*—— SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS threat of death to MaRiiess ence lent. Vice Adm. C. Turner Joy. senior U.N. delegate, .told the Heds: "Had the results been lo your liking you would have enthusiastically welcomed the product of the screening." North Korean Gen. Nam II replied: "It is inconceivable and nobody would believe that our side who is firmly opposed to the retention of our captured personnel bv your side under whatever mime could | have ugrecd directly or Indirectly to you so-called screening." 100,000 irnuilliii; A recent Allied quiz/ing of Red prisoners of war showed thnt nearly 100,000 North Koreans and Chinese prisoners were unwilling to return to commiuiihin. The issue of exchanging prisoners blocks an armistice. In Tokyo, Gen. Mark Clark, U..V. supreme commander, announced that Maj. Gen. William K. Harrison Jr. will .succeed Joy as senior U.N. truce delegate Friday. Joy, only remaining member of the original five-man Iruce team which began the talks last July 10, will leave the Far East June 9 lo become superintendent of the U. s. Naval Academy. Harrison lias been a member of the U.N. delegation since Jan. 23. Clark has not announced a replacement for Harrison. The- 3V minutes of bitter debate today produced no 'progress, but the truce delegations will meet again tomorrow at 11 a.m. (9 p.m. Monday, ESTI. "Lie" Is Avoided Joy did not use the word lie inside the conference lent. But he told newsmen Nam II began "to lie and deny they ever agreed to the screening." "That is an out-and-ouf lie," the gray-haired admiral said. Joy reviewed for the Reds the secret staff officer talks on prisoner exchange and told them: Objecletl to Results "You knew that screening was to take place, you acquiesced in its accomplishment, and only when its result was not to your liking and expectation did you decide lo Bennett said the unauthorized expedition, led by Lino de Mattos. j-ii.Lnni rciau HsNtu L n e uuinese: A pui-siuie candidate Communist government to grantj for president of Brazil in the next exit visas for an estimated 120 Britons, who would leave the coun- Conflicls Exist try as soon as their businesses No further information was avail- ISee related story on Page T.) j there was' conflict betweenYhe'" ot- ,.. T L 1 !.. n °!. e J < " d the clecision to e |v » £iciil1 expedition to the scene of the which wns called, caravan." up any further atempt to continue in business in China was m a ti e by the business firms concerned. 78 Boy Scouts From 7 Troops Attend Camporee! Seven Boy" Scout troops partici- Dated in a camporee at Crowlev's I E loe ~* n n Ridge state Park near Walcott Sat- i '*=*=>'»«" Urday and Sunday. ' — Bay Scouts present numbered 78. and 16 adillt leaders attended the crash and the volunteer group a "solidarity The crash scene is 591 miles south-southeast of Delem and 933 miles north of Rio de Janeiro. The P-'aue was en route from Buenos Aires to New York when It crashed Final rites for the victims were held at the scene yesterday Be- Sce HOSTAGES on 1'aec 12 Lions Club Governor Filipinos Push Reds OilJl! Combat Team''Says they Killed, Hurt All 40 Defenders SEOUL. Korea (iP>— Filipino raiders in grenade-bayonet charges 1 instantly, twice drove Chinese Red defenders,' JOE HOWE - 25 > "' Holland, who RlbKV WAV TO MAKE A IJVING-BIH Game, maintenance worker, nears the top of the north lower of Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco after nearly a half-mile u ,,j,l|| hike from the center of Hie span. This task is part of the year-round inspection to keep the structure m tip-top shape, in background, center, is a residential -nca of San Francisco, and at upper left is part of the Presidio of Sun Pran- cisco. The huge bridge spans the Golden Gate where Ihe Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay meet .This picture was made by Associated Press Photographer Ernest K. Dennett while he was .sitting on „ nar- ' ' e '° wcr ' 74 ° teet RlMVC tlle ™«r. (AP Wrcnhotol In Icy Mountain Crevasse 2 Pemiscof Men Killed As Car Leaves Bridge A S.eele. Mo., man was killed instantly aml a Ho]li ,, ld man fatally injured early yesterday morning when the car one of them was driving crashed off a raii-less wooden bridge on the Half Mnon road between Blythcville ana Manila. They were: n. L. HASTINGS. 28, of Stcele. Student Falls * Through Snow At 8,000 Feet SPIRIT LARK, Wash. (•AP) — A nionnlain silence cloaked a dcsnonite effort to- <lny for the rescue of n University of Washington student from a crevasse 8,000 feet up U'.e icy slopes of Mt St. Helens. The youth wedged between livo walls of solid ice was Arl Jessell 20-yc-ar-oIcl son of the liev. and' Mrs. Thomas E. Jessclt. of Seattle He was lost throng)] u le sa aw •bridge" across the crevasse Sunday while trailing three companions on a descent from the i) 071- foot peak. They believed he was about 90 feel down. Survival Elupes Dwindle Hopes for his survival b»t\veen the icy walls dwindled with each passing bom-. / An experienced mountaineer party started out before dawn from bpirit Lake, near the mountain base Jiie peak is about 50 miles soul), of Mt. nnnler and about, the same distance northeast of Portland, Ore Koporls Take Hours Indications were that It would lake several hours for news of tragedy or success to conic f,. om tiie mountain, it was a several hours' hike from the scene and a 45- mile drive to the nearest telephone. The last contact, with the trapped youth was late Sunday l "W cn Jessett called to his companions that he was trapped in the narrow ice hole about 35 feet down. i; c said he thought he had broken his ™"tY ? h , K " ns ttl12 icc nbo " t hlm melted from the heal of his body he called lhat he was slipping Ihe parly's only rope wcnl will, him. It was looped about Jcssetl's shoulder. Mountaineers failed Mounlaineci's from Seattle and Portland were culled to base camp here at -I a.m. to aid in the rescue attempt. state patrolmen and members of the Ml. si. Helens ski rda'- Iab0 '' ed ""'" "'Bhlfall yes, Bruce Rnby. Sealtle.V'mcmbcr of Jewell's parly, said Jessett u-as about 300 feet behind Ihe group when he disappeared. When they returned to look tor htm, they foolind only n hole about the size of a man In the snow, "aby said the crevasse had been covered completely by the snow | rtaby said Jessclt called, "I'm i slipping." I While Raby skiied down the mountain for help, another member of the party, Ford Oliphnnt, •iO. of Chehalis. intercepted °" Ra * Suspended by OPS of Price Stabilization said totlay price controls arc being suspended on raw cotton anrl practically all textiles Including those made of woo], cottoti fibers. OPS officials said Price Stabilizer Ellis Arnall signer! the order Ihis morning. Details ore to be announced late today. An official told a reporter the order sets 4'J.;is cents u pound as the point at which raw cotton would be brought back under control. This compare.'! with Die existing ceiling of 45.39 cents for any futures month. It applies to white tm<i extra white middling grade 15-16 of an inch staple length, gross weight. All of the products have been selling far below ceiling and officials predicted the suspension would mean no change in the retail prices for Hie fabrics The 43.30 rents "recontrol" point for cotton means • this' if cotton futures should rise to « and synthetic 39 cent,, OPS would nut back the present ceiling of 45,39 cents On the New York Exchange' cotton for July delivery was Eel- Ing at the opening this mornlmr at 38.1!, cunts. The ceiling on spot cotton which is being suspended is 45.76 cents a pound, ta.scd on prices in a group of counties in the Carolina* used as a based. This includes a spot average price of 45.14 cents plus an average freight differential. Arnall had told reporters Thursday he intended to suspend controls on raw cotton. This action had been recommended by the controls suspension committee of the Office of Price Stabilization. Supreme Court Recesses Without Steel Decision WASHINGTON irt'j-The Supreme Court today recessed until next Monday without h.-imling down a decision in the historic steel seizure case. The tribunal could announce a ruling before Its next opinion day bill whether it will do .50 is not known. The court had no formal opinions today but did issue several routine orders. " + The nine justices have had the case since arguments ended last Inside Today's Courier News . - . Oov. McMalh's tax suit slKiivs flair fur unique. . . editorials . . . I'age R. . . . Cherry won't promise to keen taxes at present level . . . Arkansas News llrltfs . . . rage 9. . . . aicthudlst.v enter new home here . . . pictures . . , .I'age 3. . . . Staley wins seventh gum*. . . spurts . . . I'ase fl. . . . Society . . . rage 4. . . '. Markets . . . 1'ajc 12. ' driver of the . , who was killed A 17-year-old Manila youth. Ho- Central Front today. It was the same hill west of Chor- j rae r U.',de re o 0( i;~eseapcd""V,nhurT won where men of the 20th bat- ! Underwood told State Trooper Tom talion combat team said they kill- j Smalley that he and the two men ed or wounded every one of 40 Chi- j had spent the night at a state line ncse at its top yesterday. The toilfrh Filipino raiders hit the Herts a?am this morning. The earned participating ratings. District Group to Meet A North Mississippi District Boy Scout Committee meeting will be held May 29 at 7:30 p.m a t the Rustic Inn here. District Chairman Jim Cleveland announced today elected a district governor of Ar- miqPsl 1 ' 10 " 5 Cluljs . at Ule 34ll » a »- tcrnalional in H"t Springs today " Mr. Flccman was named governor of District 7-A. which includes Ihe! eastern portion of the stale He is- a member of Mississippi CoimiVs' <!rcw shortly under Red movUr fire. Later in the day a second Filipino patrol caught the Chinese napping. Ton Reds were killed In the two assaults. The Filipinos wtrc wear- I nislit spot and had teen drinking. Trouper Smallcy emoted Underwood as saying the two men had oITcred lo take him home. They were en route to M. r.ila when the accident occurred about'5 a.m. Hdnllvcs Identify Hollies I UndcM-vrorxj did not know the mm —• ul ^-uuu.iiis, intercepted si Claude Hastings, both of Carbon- other climbers on the mountai dale. Earl Hastings of Memphis. '"' '""" ~ J . and Alfred. Riley and Milan Hastings, all of Stile: and four .sisters Mrs. Berllia Weaver a n d Mrs' Mrs. Lorcl Morris of Ravenna, O. to m " rlllar U. S. . armored : identities Armor el Negro Woman Held In Knife Death Willie M.ie Cunningham. 2.?. Ar- mrji-i'l K-ita, Is being held in Ihe county jail )irre today for niirs- and borrowed a ro. Oliphant was lowered Into the ice hole ns the others braced the rope with ice axes. he found an Ice . about 60 feat below the rim -. -- ..-.-. «^.v,.> nnj Ulll of the hole where he was able to stand. He said the hole was about the size of Jiis body. "13iit as I stood there, the he.il from my body melted the ice and I kept .slipping," he said. Olipiiant snirt he heard Iwo 5ii! Dies in Fall from Autobile Death of Infant At Number Nins Ups Missco Toll to 12 M -i.ssippl County's traffic deatll a one-year-old girl died of injurie, Tuesday on whether U.S. District Judge David A. Pine filled correctly in calling President Truman'.s seizure of the steel mills "illegal 'and without authority of law." But a major question before the court — whether the President has the inherent constitutional powers which the Justice Department claimed for him — Is so complex that lawyers on both sides say a decision this soon would be surprising. 811 ccplng Decision Unlikely However, legal authorities here say that no matter how the court rules, it is not likely to issue a sweeping decision one way or the other on the question of the chief executive's inherent powers. These are powers not specifically set forth in the Constitution or the laws, and it wns oji the.se powers that Truman relied when he took over the steel mills to avert a .strike. The steelmakers asked the Su- Sec COUHT on 1'age 12 Elytheville Man Bfi Graduate Annapolis n:m ...... then silence. er ., ,,, . ... , I Hi? ei-jht Arkansans who will prart- tlythcvtlle Ho-.pital nllcndnnts Mate June 5 from tile U.S. Naval Identified the child as Moua liar- ! Aradomy at Aniiiiprills, Md. ' " e is J '"-' k w - C«ok. ""> of -Mrs. ' Con*. ^ ^Sycamore. ~..j......... o,mi ue ncaru two i groans from about 30 feet below i J ' dnu " htcr ° [ Mr. and Mir,. j J: ' c k Hardesty of Number Nine, i He said the writs of the crevasse I Thc cWI:1 died shortly alter arrival commit -- of solid ice from 10 feet be- ^ »>' I>«.'P"<". \nUon niciu'tie': "" "" ""' ""' According to relatives, the child ' Robert Charles Kelly, son of Mrs. toppled fiom the car as her mother • u ' n:l '<• Kelly, Clar:-m!o.i: Thomas surl^cc ™: I atrmsfd lo hark out of the drive- I 1*'™ ]A «"«"'• s "« <* "•"- and Mrs. ee e- the surface, u was terribly Ati.fr Olipiiant hrni.stcd back lo so ... .\1: "if v.i> cuuld have gotten him out we would." Weather •t^. Smith. Dislrict 7-K, | onto fleeing Red* The 2-riay convention will close i Hie s'.uidv RM Arkansas forecast: Mostly cloutiy I DLJC f -J tit md cool this aflcrnoon; occasional j £5 nj \J rOGUG IC5 liQCZ? i:y'e;-"r->und shc'l- flom the rain of on I'age 11 , C. -iiii of the wreck. with I Accordiyg to Sheriff B?rryman. ] -McCulloirjh was slabbed once in :'•= t^v.ielrlcd the ;ce pick thnt''kill:rt th° were i youth, the .•.licr.fr said. V.'reck Damages spouse Trailer A house being lowed by a Im i """ 1J ':'" " "-" ""*• ri U LI u Ul II 1C IITLVO- iini ,-v hc ' w.iy at the llarrtc.stv home One ol '}} ' Uon , C ' M!U1li5 ' Hot "i'""«». the. wheels of the car pa«--eU over "'''i':', Ul . 1 '"' ^"""l. «" of Mr. the child's body "'",' Mrs Hli:TV < v C.iwlhon. El Do,. . . • rado: Rob-it ":;--.-r Gull-v. son of Hoa-ci't-r. hospital attendants saiil, Mr. and Mrs. Jolin'lJ. Gull'ey Little l.:e ehll-l <!ic;l ill head injuries *uf- Rock. ' fcr el in the (all. ; Jmlmy L;r £ .. imv ^ nn 0 , Mr and Elate trooper Tom Smallcy. who Mrs. Kci. n. Siuith. Litilu Rock; with Deputy Shcrilf Charles Short • Lovlis Kelly McMillan. Jr.. son of investigate (he accident said this!' VIrs ' Josc " 1 i' :le M- .McMillan. Pine was the fnurlri n-affir rin .11, (^ „,» , [)IlltI: and Mack Mnuldiii. Jr.. son and Mrs. Mack Mauldin. $&£ L^f\ K)fi- WARMER On 'Hope at Baccalaureate <Sri,nni Vv , , "" . , • *-"-iii Vi'i;it; jlat-T iransfciTcd to German Ku-i ,,., •„ ,, |n:ral Home in Wce)e. wliich is in { SneMlr Bcrrynian said witnw.se-i charge of arratr;»ments. I f ay McCullcuigh and the woman li-d ,| Services for Mr. Howe will be ! s '«»e trouble at a Ne»ro inlhmn" conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at I in a home at Armurc-1 last ni..ht I the l-CMcicnce of Mrs. Grace Ba 5 by j ami lhat tlipy lr.[ t the hou«e Th' way yon ronju-jate the.se verbs will i M ~' <:r - ln Holl! "«« J>y the Rev. j. N. stabbiir: occurml. ihc thcMir' .^H" rietermine what kind of lives you Gocl t''i"-'c" : 'ptm-,l v"r ChI "' Cl1 "'*>'" ^ *'''"' "' "* '' :mc 1 occulrcd oa county roads. yr tc'i tl..y aflernoon when it was Mruck fioin the rear by a tr.iiipi- tr-rt: on Highway 61 al Dogwood Rictye. Deputy Rhrriff M,,lland Aiken said the trailer track, driven by. John Dilbrd of SI Louis, could not I slo]) on the raiii--0irkdicd hl-'hw.iy | James Dczicc was fined Slot) nnd when the car pulling the house : costs and •—' ' •- -• • '"eet fined, Jailed i For Drunk Driving |C. of C. Groups [Plan Meetings i A forcivii affairs committee of Ch-nnbcr of Commerce is to 1 a ,111. tomorrow in Hotel rain east and south: paitlv cloudv ""."novme lli^h S tonight atid tomorrow- warmer to i CTndu:Ucs ~ Catholics morrow. " . ' i Protestants—joinet Missouri forecast: Ftiir « cs l and I I" 1 . 1 , 5 , h \ m ? M ^, acc north. partly cloudy southeast last night Monday night and Tuesday T"t- Melhodist chur <* sanctuary, ly wanner Tuesday. Minimum (his inornmg-65 Maximum yesterday—72 Minimum Sunday mornlng~65 , n . School's 19)2! terert the sanctuary as Mrs M-rrav! Jews, and : Smart ptaved "March" bv Ifri-'-v speaker on Ihe platform wrrc "sun n"' " __ : _. ___ , ____ >v. k uijn were bun- n., 1 . The 110 members of the senior "intendent of Schools W. B. Nich- land: a dau'liter Native of ClarMon In Clarkton. Mo.. Mr. Howe • idui in Holland mr>st o[ his orvivinn him are his wife. :rtha_I.,ee Howe ol Califor' Joe Howe o: have been made. • inllucnve ol llf ( uor -=- . T/!ree WAUKESHA. Wi.s l Get Wew Life, alien in Con :rc-.s and on"? p :ii-.l.eiicc ^roup , from class heard the Rev. Roy I.°Bae-' olsml - Hf r h School Principal'w"'» cVjiVorniaT'hh'mo/h^ M''""^ ley, pastor, deliver a sermon on the i T , ori i mc ?'-_ lh< '. Rov -. Harvey T. Kuid licit.L Hi\v<>: P.O 'brothers F, „, ' 0f i Chi'.mher is to meet lomorrw af- r,.^., ^..., u . .,.,„, leinoon nt 2:30 o'clock in Municl- the parents could not be guided to ' >a ' ^ <:urt Room. An election of Night fell and it Maximum Saturdav—02 Sunset today—6:59" Sunrise tomorrow—4:M. Precipitation « hours to 7 a.m. i progress" Iheory popular dui-iiig~ilie -.'.."•• -""a sermon on the; —•• ' «-- "ar-, cv T. Kidd . nciu Hr.ve „ ,, broth( . r , F , , "'here robin, oughtn't to be horr" ln , (I,, contnjtton' cL n ^ T' ° n ' hC r00f ' ' ' " ' ^ hcW - imporlance of hope in „ Christian ! ° f First Presbyterian Church, who Howe of ;roi:,n,l' „ \A taw Lu , T he drama began In (he JoiM.s o Cin« on hV Mi ° b»i?d in? 7' •>, IK V ' *'*?*"« Schomake took —" ' - - world i MId th " '"vocation, a n d the Rev. of New Alb.nv Ms Im, an -T ' "' a b;lrc &truc( "--c built to house' fore 1 a ?=. (lefcnvc boi d fo? ,h i f ' C °' d "'" i hllnsry 1>:lh - v Addre.ssin»: the ™rtu a ,,« „„,„,-! w - J- FiUhu=h. of St. Stephen's M tt-r. Mis. Bv ,> 2,^™ ^"^ < a II(!W vault in the basement of''"" ,,L Se '°" d <0r lhc ™^' not mo , rc ">•"> » «cw days^/TTLE L/2 — old. to a tree in Schomakc's front Adnre.ssing the craduates Rcver-i ,- - • " -'• -"p.ivi.o .. ... end Bajlcy refuted Ihe "Inevitable! , pL ' cop;!l chllrcn - *'ho pronounced land. - - ' the benediction. The only rest some folks get is waiting lor the stoplight to chonae. ^ su