FAGfl TEN (ARK.)' OOUHIER Aviators Warned Agains Flights Oxer Atom Plants OAK RIDGE, Temi., May IS.— (UP)—The Atomic Energy Commission today urged airfields, fly- Ing schools and oilier* to cooperate In newly announced producers (or skirting Die 5VOOO-»cr« Onk Rldse atomic plant area. An AKC anmmcemetit set forth fin "air space reservallon" in which no person shall fly an airplane "except In Oi« Interest of national defense or by authority or the Atomic Energy Commission.' Similar reservations have been prescribed over AEC facilities at Hunford Works. FUchlnnrt, Wash., And the Los Alamos, N. M., atomic Adopted follou'fcig n presidential executive order Isued last Jan. n. Building will be sent to airfields, flying schools, the military and other organlmUons describing the reservations and request ing cooperation In avoiding the areas, the AEC said. Violations, both by civilian and mtlil.iry aircraft, wllh respect to Oak Rlrtjje will bt reported to the Civil Aeronautics Administration, Nashville, Tenn. Pickets in Meat Strike Defy Ban Pocking Plant Gates •locked Despite Order From District Court •OUTH ST. PAUL, Minn., May 13.— (UP)— Pickets defying an Injunction, today blocked office worker* seeking to enter the slrlke- bound Swift and Armour meat plant* her*. i was no repetition, however, _<iay's fighting between emi- n »nd strikers who sought to r back-to-work movement At the packing houses. Police and sheriffs'* d« pulled patrolled the area In rronl of the Swift plant to prevent a new flare- up. Several hundred pickets slood shoulder to shoulder before the plant gates and taunted office workers, most of them women, who Wilted to pass through the lines to their jobs. "Come, on, girls," they jhouled. "Time to go lo work." ; The women rtmde no attempt to eross the lines. • The mass picketing continued despite fin announcement by CIO United Packinghouse workers union officials that they would "try to comply" with the Injunction Issued against illegal picketing yesterday. Violence Brlnjrs Injunction 'plen Chlnander, union field re- pr*»enUtive, said the Area strike , . gowmrttce decided at a meeting !„]£,, Hif prlncrpa! speaker was J»at nl*ht that It would'obey the •""'•"•••• "--'-- «•,.__ temporary order issued by Dakota County District Judge W. A. Schliltt. • ScluiHz signed the order yesler- E day after watching th« angry «trikeri> surge through the narrow streets, battling with no-striken »nd overturning several nutonio- bllei. The union contended that yester- s day's outburst wai a spontaneous prolest aaglnst non-strikers and the attempU of the packers to prolest aaglnst non-strigers and the attempts of the packers to restore operations despite the walkout which' i« in Its 59th day. Chtntnder said he would ask the International union to attempt to persuade Goy. Luther Youngdahl to enter the dispute as arbitrator. Settlement Wanted "The people want the strike jiet-^ tied," Chinander aald. "and the union want* it nettled. If* up to the packers. If they would accept the proposal to arbitrate, the «trlke would end." •• Hubert Humphrey, mayor or I Mlnne»poH«, also ajked the packers W) accept arbitration.' ' In a radio addreu last night he •aid the company ha» not followed "a policy of open bargaining." "Their first otfer waa their last offer," he jalrt. "They have flatly , refused to compromise when the workers were willing." He said h» Intended to write Cims Ching, head o< the Federal Conciliation Service -k> bring pressure, on the firmi to arbitrate. He also planned to write the companies, he jatd. 'I'm going to tell them I dun't like strikes," Humphrey said, "and especially I don't like strikes where one side Whits for the other to get hungry before they'll talk business." Pulitzer Prize Winner To Discuss Racial Issue FAYBTTEVILLE, Ark., M ay 13— (UP—More than 100 persons were expected to attend tonight's Annual University of Arkansas Press Club | Modeling Carter, Pulitzer-Prize winning editor and publisher of the Greenville (Miss.) Delta Democrat Times. Carter, who won Hie Pulitzer award for his ,edlLorlal battle against Sen. Theodore Bilbo of Mississippi, was to discuss (lie lor- rid racial Issue in the South. Large Truck Get* Away From Youthful Driver Baptists Plan To Unite North, South Groups NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 13. •UP)—Formation of t "Baptist Alliance of North America." will bo discussed this month at meetings of both the Southern Baptist Convention anrt the Northern Baptist Convention, it WM announced yes- lerday. Tlie proposed alliance would represent approximately 13,000.000 Baptists on the North American continent ami would be patterned after the present Baptist World Alliance. Under Hie proposal, no present Bap- list organization would be dissolved. According to Porter Routh, Southern Convention secretary, the alliance "simply would be a fellowship for the promotion ot goodwill among Baptists and the' ability for Baptists to speiik unitedly on social and religious matters." Word ol the proposal was included in the Southern Convention's "Book of Reports" released yesterday by Rovith. The proposal for the alliance was made Roulh said, by a joint committee of the two Baptist groups appointed to discuss • "common problems." Dr. W. R. While, Waco, and W. C. Colcmnn, Wichita, Kans., me chief representatives of the Southern and Northern Conventions, respectively. With the Courts OHANCBRT Mnne McLeod Rodery tt. Jo* W. Rodery, suit lor dlvorc*. CIRCUIT Clurenct aheirer »«. Lavonne Newsorn, a minor, and Rudolph New.soni, suit for MOO damage* resulting from an auto collision. NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 13. (UP) — Baptist Churches under jurisdiction of the Southern Baptist Convention sptnt. $25.000.000 for build ings and improvemont-s la.st William A. Hurrell, secretary of the convention's Architecture ment, said yc-sterday. Harrc-H estimated also that the SoutlK-rn Baptist Churches will ipc'iid an additional $300.000.000 on buildings and repairs within the next 10 years. NOTICE •Nolle* la hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to th« Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a perm!!/ to sell beer at retail at 506 Elm, Blythevllle Mississippi county. The undersigned stains that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude' that no llccn.se to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. ROBERTS EVANS Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12 day of May, 1948. Mrs. Marshall Blackard 'SEAL* Notary Public. My Commission expire* March 9. 1949. THUKSDAT, MAY If, 194* No. « ot Mississippi county, on the 19 day or June, 194B, »(, which the qualified electors in said School District ahall vote on the question of a loan from the Revolving Loan Pund, «nd the levying of a special tax e>J « mill* annually on the assessed valuation of the taxable property In the district so long u Is necessary to repay said loan and! the Interest theron. Such election 1 shall be held at Armorel store on the 19 day of June, 1948, between the hours of 2:00 o'clock p.m. and 6:30 o'clock p.m. and otherwise WITNESS my hand this II day , of May, 1948. JOHN MAXES, i County Supervisor, Mississippi County. »113-20-27 in the same manner as U provided • ••-••••••« Dr. W. F. BREWER DENTIST OFFICE 209 li W. MAIN »T. PHONE 2112 Blytheville, Ark. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beor at retail at Rt. 1, Manila. Mississippi County. The undersigned stales that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good molal character, that he has never in™- vwir I bcen convicted of a felony or other ' crime involving moral turpitude; Dcnart- - tn . al no llcen se to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked with- <W S T M LE ' Ten "" .""I "•„- "™»avvay" truck last night, out o7V 5,rl I in';f7 , ,'" C , r ° nC ", Pll ><" " ISQ extracted from the cab out, of the parking lot but Ground i nt ; eiaht-veir old bov and the lo » halt as it, front wheels plowed! youtivfuvo ^nnglr .She?" whom h* was showing how he could drive. In five years last part; »nd that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of thi s state, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholfe 11- O.UOIS. C. R. BROOKS .. , . n ... Subscribed and sworn to before Motorcycle Officer M. B. Pugh i me this 12 day of May 1948 rushed up to set the brakes on the j Elizabeth Mason. ' <SEAU Notary Publ'ic. 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