«ATURDAY, APRIL «4, 1948 Restoring of War Plants Is Sought Administration Aski •^Standby Basis' for "Surplus Factories fir Frank EI«ai«r (United Press sliff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, April 21. (UP)- TJie administration moved today to get some 200 government-owned war plants ready in case of an «mergency. It asked: Congr«ss f ? r authority restore the surplus factories' to good condition and place them In • projiosed "national industrial r«- •erve." They would be kept In "standby condition." The legislation was «ent to the Senate Armed Services Committee by the munitions board, and climaxes months or study on the surplus property situation. The move 'followed a White House order "freezing" sales of the War Assets Administration for one • month. The munitions board said that because of deterioration in war plants since V-J Day, the need for this type of legislation i s "especially urgent." Without it, the board warned, "many of the plants will .be lost, as some have already lost." : administration's request eame with these other defense developments: 1. Defense Secretary James For-' re.stnl tentatively approved a plan under which 18 and 19-year-cjds would be trained along with draftees Instead of In a separata Universal Military Training pro°ram However, he told the Senate Armed Services Committee in a letter that he believes this compromise plan should be "superseded as soon as possible by a program of Universal Military Training." Committee Ready to Vol« t. Members said the House Armed Services Committee U> ready to BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER Church Blesses Florida Shrimp Fleet Heading back_to th« shrimping grounds, .pproximately 100 boats of Florida's shrimp fleet pass be- lore the Rev. Father John W. Love to receive the blessing o( the Catholic Church Valuer Love is J pastor of (lie St. Augustine, Fia., Cathedral. Conference on Informal-ion Freedom Called Success by U. S. Delegation Court Limit* Picketing In Strike at Came/en CAMDEN, Ark., April K (up) —IJniiled operation* it (it« Wil- llnms Hooting Company were resumed yesterday, following a court order prevailing mass picketing Tlie plant has been strike-bound for' several weeks. Chancellor Qeorue Hiiynlc's restraining order jwrmlts only llirce pickets lit Hie single entrance which the company will use. H also ordered tents and othcl' equipment belonging lo Ilia jsirikcra removed from company properly. WAKMNG ORDKK In ihe Chancery Courl, (Milrtu- •awb» District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Myrtle Wliccler Plslnllff, vs. No. 10,414 Eiirl Wheeler Defendant The defendant Earl Wheeler li hereby warned to appear within thirty dav.s in tho court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of tho plulntlfl Myrtle Wheeler. Dnlcd this 15 day of April, 1048. HARVKY MOlimS. Clerk liy Betty Peterson, a. o. 0. F. Cooper, Ally, for IMtf. Ed B. Cook, AUy. ad lltem. ' 4117-24-511-8 Superintendent Returns I'ICKJOTT, Ark.. April 24. (UP)— Postmaster UnJpli McNIel of Pig-, 'gott will reslRii June 30 to become superintendent, of schools here. lie was .superintendent from 1934 to 1939, resigning' to become postmaster. PAGB .tlVKM (United Press Starf Correspondent) + GENEVA, April 24. (UP)—American delegates this week pronounced the month-long International Conference on Freedom of Information a success. Chief American Delegate William vole "yes" on a bill to draft men: Benlon told a press conference that 19-through-25 for two years 1 milt-; the conference, which ended last *„,... ,I.,H, ^u. ... ,_.- n , Bht was .. enormously product , ve and tremendously, worthwhile." Sevelion Brown, editor and pub'•-' T of the Providence (R. i) tary duty. The committee goes into closed session on the bill Tuesday and Is slated to report it favorably to the House by Thursday. j .„ ,.».._ iivuji; uj t. nuiauny. iiDinri «_M me l rOvluCnCC IR- I ) Rep. Carl vinson of Georgia, rank- Journal and Bulletin, said he finn- ing Democrat on the committee, J Iv believed that the conference im- predlcted that only three of inn proved the situation of the press 36 members would vote against the! in the world. <ir * ft - Harry Martin, </f Memphis, pres- One major aim of the govern- Ideut of the American Newspaper ment's war plant proposal Is to tie Guild, said he thought the meetiiiK ' security strings" to all future sales. ' might have Instituted a new trend These would specify that the plants " mlw j5 De kept in such condition t.fy they could be converted to wW use on short notice. Plants which could not be leased or sold On these terms would be by the government. Works Administra- rehabilitated The Federal tion would maintain them in "national industrial reserve." Also involved in tha plan nre large stock* of industrial equipment and machine tools. Without the proposed new legislation, it wns said millions of dollars worth of tools would be sold for scrap. Student to See Brother First Time in J 1 Years CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., April H.— Charlie McCoy, high school student, is planning his vacation with delight this year. He will visit with an older brother in Metropolis, 111., the first time he has seen the brother In 11 years. • Charlie was only seven when brother Ell left home to make his way in the world, and soon after that the family became scattered Shortly before last Christmas, Charlie received a tip from another relative that his brother might be located In Metropolis, and Charlie Bent him a holiday greeting card Recently he received a letter from EH. who is now married «nd the father of two children. A younger sister, Georgia McCoy, lives here. . — Read Courier News Want Ads. Youth Struck in Head By Baseball Bat Dies PARKDALB. Ark.. April 24. (UP) —Funeral services were planned today for Hubert Hugh Colcman, 10- year-old Pnrkdab, Ashley Couniv boy. . • He died after being struck by a baseball bat at the Parkdale E!o meuta-y School Thursday. He Wiis playing in a game when the bat slipped from the hands of a companion and struck him In the back of the head. Surviving are his parents. Mr. and Mrs. j. H. Coleman of Pnrk- JonesJboro May Hove Airline Service in '48 JONESBOIIO, Alk.. April 24. — (Up)-Jonpsboro may join the growing list ot Arkansas cities to take Its place on a commercial nir- 11 no. Paul J. Hodgers. traffic manager of Parks Air Lines, Inc., of at. Louis, said that service on a SI. Louis to Memphis route may be started Mils year. Jonesljoro's new $1.000,030 municipal niiport wpuld be a stop on the line. in fnvor of world per-e. Before adjournment, the conference approved three draft, treaties, introduced by the United State*, Britain and France, and more than 40 resolutions. ' Benton, former Assistant Secretary of state, said the meeting here accomplished far more than he had. believed possible. He said he warned high officials in Washington before the conference that It might end in failure. i "But Instead," said Benton, "we' have produced specific resolutions which will have a wide effect upon large areas of the world for years to come." Brown also praised the draft treaties—or conventions—especially the American convention on the gathering! and transnission of world-wide news. "We do not want, any censorship In peacetime but censorship does exi.sb and this conference ha* imposed a formula that Is In your (newspapermen's) interest," he said. Brown gave credit to the American . delegation for getting new>- papermen better access into for-, eign countries • and protection against arbitrary expulsion »nd discriminatory action. WARNING ORBER In the Chancery Court, clilcka- sawb» District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Thelma Wise Plaintiff, vs. No. 10.445 John J. Wbe Defendant The defendant John J. Wise Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in tile caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Thelma Wise. Dated this 15 day of April. 1948. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk j E. B Cook,' Ally- By Betty Peterson, D. C. ' C. F. Cooper, Atty. for Pltf Ed B. Cook, Atty. sd lltpm. ' 4j)7-24-5jl-8 Gentry Man Kills Self GENTRY, Ark., April «. (UP)— Funeral services were held yesterday for Frank Leach, 64-year-old Gentry man who was found shot to death in the garage at his home Thursday. A coroner's jury attributed death to a self-inflicted gun- ihot wound. MOM Gcti tvvlr^^V r^^^"™"" General Contract Purchase Corp 122 XV«xt Ack el-—. n r 122 West Ash Street Blytheville, Ark. Prisoner Is Loaded UTl'IjE ROCK, April 23. (UP)— Little Hock officers found their prisoner Thursday .night was loaded In more ways than one. In addition (q be inebriated, the man wa.5 carryin $2,751. WARNING OKDKK In the Clirmccry Courl, Chlcka- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Elbie Prwcott Plaintiff, vs. • No, 10,443 R. K. Prescolt Defendant. Tho defendant R. R. PrcscoU Is hereby warned to appear within thirty dsys in the court, named In tho caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Elblc Prescolt. Dated this 15 day ot April, 1948 HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk. By Betty Peterson, D. C. C. p. Cooper, Atty. for Pltf. During 1810, the America'; Army was equipped with "top hat and tails." «d. Litem. 4|17-24.5|l-8 Problem Snivel) MEMPHIS, Tumi, i CUP)—Mrs Lillian Yarbrough got a letter from « friend at Trenton. N. 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