The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1048 Claim Against FSA Rejected ^U.S. Supreme Court Rules Arkansan Not Entitled to Damages WASHINGTON. April 20. (OP)— rhe Supreme Court yesterday ruled ihat the government Is not liable or damage lo farm properly that recurred during tenancy of cooperates formed by the Farm Security Administration. The court refused to review a Hilt brought by owners of an Ashay County. Ark., 100-acre farm. The farm was leased In 1939 to a ^operative association sol up under '.he supervision of the New Deal .arm aguecy. The federal District Court for Arkansas ruled that an agreement igalnst waste of the properly had oeen violated and assessed the United States $9,500 for damages. The Fifth u. S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the decision and the farm-owner Gordie M. Herren, appealed to the Supreme court, Tlie Arkansas project was one of 52 similar rural "rehabilitation programs which for the most part were ''jip> cd ln tlle IMO's. The farm Sc- JUWly Administration was killed by Congress. Its affairs now are being wound up by the Fanners' Home Corp. The district court ruled that S5.- 500 of the damage resulted from poor cultivation, and the real of the damage to farm buildings and equipment occurred as the result of neglect by the tenants. Herren earlier collected $2.500 in overdue rent when the project was liquidated. BLVTHEVILLI5 (ARK.) COURIER. NEWS Buildings Burn In Bogota 50th Anniversary Of Independence Of Cuba Observed WASHINGTON. April 20. IIJI»_ President Truiunii said yesterday tile hope of frecclnm of t'lio plnlit peoples of the world should not be "flomed" by their um-miments. Mr. Truman spoke lo n join! .session ii[ Congi-iMs on (he nlweivniK-c o( the SOIli lumivminv of American piultflpullon hi llie slruunle for Cubiin Indepi'iidenri'. He did not uiriillmi Kasslii |, y Jinme. but his words seemed n p,u'- ent slup nt the Soviet Union in speaking of (he ronlliil K-liulons between Hie UiillKl stales ami Culm, he sold: "The same lunmonlmis reliilloii- ship can prevail ninoiiK all nmtiins, provided they possess n Kciiutne desire for peace and n firm resolve lo re.spei't Hie freedom and I he rights Of OtJll'r.S." The, world today, he snld. Is cnii- fronled with the issue of whether pence and freedom Is in prevail, "or whether it Is HI be flouted nucl betrayed." Mr. Truman inel wlih (he House and Semite lo romiiienioriuc a resolution passed by COHKICKS A|>rll 19. 18!>8. It declared Hint (he "poeplc FAGI riv* Smoke from buildings fired during the Bogota riots ha-igs over the clly. This pholo of Ihe Colombian revolt was brought to the u. S. by one of 33 Americans evacuited lo Miami. <NBA Tclepholo.) Little Rock Bus Lines Hike Fates to 10 Cents LITTLE ROCK. April 20. (UP) — Next week, riders of the Capital Transportation Company buses will be paying 10-cent fares instead of the, present seven-cent toll, it was revealed today. The Arkansas Public Service Com- Arch-Plotter? Newsprint Shortages in Europe Held Potential Threat to Peace NEW YORK, April 20. (UP)—(Ed in defending them. But in I his Lord Rothermere warned yesterday ' struggle some countries arc sbrbl > that a cloiid of wlsnful neutrality" , handicapped in endeavoring to car^ t is beginning lo form on the hori-, ry out their proper functions bv 7,011 of Western Europe. j lack of newsprint ' [ "Today." he told the 100th annl-1 "The light of a free press can I j vcrsary luncheon of the Associated be .snuffer) out just as casilv bv the (press, "no bigger than R man's lack of paper as by too much' cen- I hand, perhaps. But capable tomor- sorship. A tyrannical government I row of assuming menacing propm- which wanted to suppress opinion I t!on . s - ... , might, hesitate to attack news at The British publisher linked this its source, and ,vcl be bold enough terminations on or before April 1. The report of termination iForin D-G9> tuny be obtained at local rent offices at 20:i Ingrain Culldlng. Read Courier News Wnnl Ads. to attack newsprint." [ development with the worsening ' newsprint situation which has reduced newspapers in his country to four pages and may cm them still : Landlords Given Time further to two pages. He pointed c _... «" c ™ ''me out that ignorance breeds tsolalUm- ! ' or riling Rental Data Ism and that Isolationism breeds I neutrality. ; I Landlords will be given a rcasou- "A serious movement for Western able time in which lo file a report European neutrality, particularly with the area rent office or leases British neutrality," he said, "could increasing rent up to 15 per cent undermine our whole conception of which terminated on or before April American strength and swiftly im-! 1 . the Blytheville office of the i ancu£ui iiuu swiiuv im- '. <•>**: J^i.yineviiie onice of the peril the present safety of your pre- Housing Expediter' announced to- >eace and freedom." ! day. carious peace and Lord Rothermeie. publisher of the | "The Housing and Rent Act ot London Daily Mai], the London 194 8 requires that if a lease increas- Kvening News and the Sunday Dis- I in £ rents _has been terminated he- patch, said that "the more freely r °re the expiration dale, a • report news i s distributed the more ex- I of 't* termination must be filed ten.sively it- must be printed. within 15 days after termination "And I am convinced." he added, ' *'ith the local rent office," C. A. "that we cannot properly fulfill < Cunningham, area rent director for this task in Britain on our present BlytheVllle; .said. "In the situation newsprint allocation." - of leases which had expired on or He said he regretted the absence before April l, the report was re- of any reference to newsprint aid Quired to be filed with the area in- the European recovery program. "In this battle for freedom." he said, "our interests, American and Two Saints, Ont Angel Fined tor Sunday Fight .lONfSBOUO, Ai>:.. April j.O. 'XJI')—A SumUy brawl rasl |«-o Mitnta and nil niiRfl 110 dollars S'i"s- in-dny. Tim', w«» (lie judgment o( Mu- nlclpnl Jiuljie h'oxtcr Olnrkp njsiiljist Vh-Ril Sulnt, nick Snlnl nnd Ixmis AIIBCI wlio wore arr<sli'd on \\ M at the Wand of Onto nir, nmi iif rlBlil oiiRlu (o bo, [roe nml Imte- IH'lHlcnt, . ," Tlir icscliillon wns rollowrcl six dnys Inter Ijy H fornml clrctnniilon or war nRiiinsl Spain—H war tlmi ended In dBht monllin wllli Cuban Independence. The [•eremonles inoluded n reply (n Ihr president's address by Cuban Ainbus-sador OnUlerino Hell, 'rhc session wns held \vllh full nilllliiry pomp InelndhiR formal (Inu cere.- inonles nnd the slngliiK of Ihe nn- llonnl nrUhciiis or (he United Slatos mid Cuba. Craighead Sheriff To Press Search For Indicted Men JONESBORO, Ark, April Ji) (UP) -- Cialgherid County Sheri.'f 1*011 Brown Indicated today tlmt lie was continuing a search for 21 persons Indicted for gambling anil lllesnl liquor trnffic. even as .six others were preparing to go on trial on the same charges. The clmrges grew onl of R grand Jury investigation but only about onr-fourlh of those Indicted were arrested. These six, five white men and one Negro, were ordered to trial beginning (ortay by Circuit Judge Clunks Ushl alter pleading not Kiillty yesterdny. The incr. iue Joe Buchanan, Sablinth for mc.ss. lighting and drunk- MHitary IntliMHt* <• t/JL l» ftuppM* by Iducoior , MEMPHIS, T«r,., April M (O*» —Or, Kenneth Mcl»»rl»nd, Toptk*, Kan., educator deplored the lner*w- Ing Influence of military peoelc in iioii-iMlliluy affair, in »*pe«e-, Insl night to Ihe l«0th dUtrlct eon-. ifieiict of Rotary Iniirnttlooi) . • McPnrlRiid, city superintendent of school.*, said lh«t thU country » the "only power th«t f*n conUIB communism within !U pre*tr.l boituris." ' Hodse.s H. Horinoll. of Wempfa'l*.' WRJ! noinlnp.ted governor of the'dl»v trlci .succeeding L«m«r A. CMddea of Tunica, Miss. 5 ; Read Courier News Want Ad«. * Charles Pope, Jes« Hall, Stonewiii Travis. Harry Prince and the Negro. Jessie Rivers. All ire from Jone.Tboro. Wednesday Afternoon Special This ruj?ji?e<lly mnrle I mining panly tfnes on saU' al 12:00 noon Wednesday. I! is exactly l /i price anil Is for Wednesday p. in, only. Soviet Foreign Office Deputy Valerian Zorin, said to have master-minded the Chechoslo- vakian coup and the Finnish- Russian treaty, is reported by tlie Roman newspaper, II Tempo, lo have drafted a plan (o seal off Italy and form a military I pact among Italy, Yugoslavia and Russia. British and democratic everywhere, are the same, and we must be unit- mission handed down a new, increased scale of fares which are to go into effect miciniglit April 25. In addition to the 10 cent price for single rides, the schedule includes three rld.es for 25.cents with children under 12 riding for five cents and receiving six rides for 25 cents. 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Main Phon« 2056 Expert Craftsmen Build Good Houses, But It Takes Church Influence Within the Walls to Make it a Home THK BI.YTHKVIl.LK MlNMSTKRlAf, AUJANCE In eo-opernllon with Ihe COURIKIl NEWS is scekiiiK clnscr lies between (he HOME xnH lh« CHURCH through Ihe medium of church news. niylhcvillc has nstahlishcrl a pattern for new emphasis in nrescnting church news n?KMt. has attracted attention in many states. Seeking to improve that pattern, it is with pleasure .Ihe ministers of the city and the editoriaj slaff of (lie Courier News announce the dates for a new class in Church News Plan now In attend the one-hour session at 7:30 tonight and Friday, April 23, to he conducted in the First Methodist Church. .Members of all tie- nominations are welcome. There is no registration fee. There is an op- lio'lunif.v for service. Attendance is urged by officials of church hoards, by workers in the Sunday School, in the women's organizations, and leaders in youth activities. P. T. A. leaders, teachers in the public schools and in various civic and social service groups are invited to attend.

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