IfHURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1949 BLTTHEVILLE <ARK.) COUHTO NVWB Kansas' Solons Ind Prohibition Law Finally Passes After Bitter Debate; Goes to Governor ITOPEKA, Has., March 3. (/n—A iv ending 69 years of prohibition Kansas was on its way into the latule books today after almost |?ht seeks of bllter struggling In state legislature. I Final passage o( a state liquor Inlrol bill was achieved at 5:25 • in. yesterday when the Senate Itopled 28-12 a compromise plan Iliich the House had approved two |iij a half hours earlier by a 15- margin. lone question still unanswered to- liy is how long It will take to — 24,000-word control law pre lircd for Gov. Frank Carlson's sig liture and have It printed in til Ificial state paper. I That procedure must l)e complet- II before liquor In limited quan- Ities may flow legally Into Kansas Ihieh has waged a continuous fisht Ijalnst Intoxicating bevcraBes al- 1 ost since the date it became a late. 1 Those who have the job of as- Mvibling the various pieces of the 111 and integrating them into the ' which tjie governor will sign the task may not be completed litil early next week. I Monday, they say. is probably IIP earliest the TO-odd amendments in be put into their proper places, hen a day or two will be required get the law published. The bill abolishes the state bone- l.-y law and permits the possession |nd transportation for personal use these gallons of liquor as soon |< the control measure is published 1 Liquor stores and other depart- II-M from traditional prohibition lill become operative when the con- I'ol machinery is set up and the livernor issues a proclamation. ] This may not come until earlj limmer. but the law provides the •reclamation must be issued on or I'lore July 1. Highest Nazarene Cfjurc/J Of//c/af to Dedicate Debt-Free Structure in Blytheville Sunday p.m. Traffic Fatalities Most Frequent On Straight Roads and on Dry Days Trmffie htalltlei occur with the re»Wst frequency out In the open ountrjr on itralght roadwayi when eather conditions favor aafetjr and n comparatively few Instance* can he blame be placed In defective lotor vehlclei, according to »tat- stica In the January report of the herman Hospital, juried in World IVar I, Unearthed 1 ARRAS, Prance. March 3. (AM— learchers today dug into a subter .mean German Army field hospl il, buried since the patients an lectors were suffocated when sealed off their communica ons trench In 1918. Skeletons of the patients wei bund on their cots lined up i along the walls. German rifle [id helmets were stacked by the | The underground field hospital las found yesterday by a rabbit lunter who broke through the dugout's crumbling roof. It's location las an old rock quarry that hasn't leen used for more than 40 years. J Arras, near Wile, was in the Bri- |sh sector when the great offen- began in 1918. Dedication services for the Church of the Naiui'cnc, Fir»t and Syciunorc Streets, will be conducted at, 2:30 p.m. Sunday ,by Dr. Hardy C. Powers, who is general superintendent for the denomination, it was announced today by the Rev. Daniel Stafford, pastor of the Bly- leville church. Construction of the church was arted in 1945 under the supeivi on of Ben M. White, Blytlieville ontractor. and the work wa s com- leted a year later. All indebtedness iow has" been retired by members f the congregation and the dedi atory address will be delivered by he highest official of the denom nation. Dr. Powers was elected genera upermtendcnt for the Nazarcn Church in 1944 and the office com «res with the title of bishop i some of the other denominations. I vill be Dr. Powers first visit to th Blytheville church. Tiie church here also has retire the debt on the parsonage, which located at 100 Dougan Street, an this property will be dedicated dur ing Dr. Powers' visit, to Blytheville The Church of the Nazarcne was organized here in 1930 with members and the first place worship was located on West Che and the National Guard armory, The Rev. Mr. Stafford extended nn invitation to members of oilier denomlni't-'oiw in the city lo attend he dedication services Sunday imd icar Dr. Powers who has traveled xlensively In his capacity us general superintendent and a few montlis ago visited the dcmonina (ion's mirsion fields In Africa and discussed the future of the churcl with General MacAiihur In Japan State Police Department. Twenty-tour traffic death* wer» Isted by Herman B. Undsey, director o( the Arkansas State Police or the entire slat* for January ami one of them was In Mississippi County. W. A. Whistle, planter, was fatally injured January 11 in an .utomoblle-traln accident at grade crossing near Manila. The automobile accident stalls tics for the month show that 1\ of the 24 January fatalities were county roads and that In II eases the road was straight, and In 18 Instances tha roadways were dry. Wet road surfaces were reported in six of the fatalities. Defective brake on automobiles ere a factor In five of the 34 fatal accidents, and mechanical defect* were reported as factors In M nonfatal accidents. Seventeen of the 26 were found to be defective brakes Road defects were factors In four of the traffic fatalities, and in 58 other accidents. Loose gravel resulted In two deaths, defective shoulders, and holes In the roadbed one each. Defective highway shoulders were a factor In 15 nonfatal accidents. Persons between the ages of 35 and 44 were drlvhiR cars Involved In 11 fatal accidents In January, the report discloses. Four drivers were under the minimum age to obtain river's license*, and alx were be- ween the age* of » and 24, while IT others were In the JS-3* age bracket. Only five drivers past 45 were Involved in fatal accidents ind two of these were past 65. The greatest number of accidents wa« reported between 4 and t p. in Can't Find Trace of Rocket Fired 250-Miles when 101 out of Til accidents were reported. Driving on Saturdays am Sundays, and 10 of them were futa accidents. Trains at Camp Hood Sgt. lie Garland M. Bunch Blythevtlle, has arrived at Cnm Hood. Tex., and been assigned I the Second Armored Division thei t was learned here today. WASHINGTON, M»rch 1. 'lie Army hasn't, found Ita 250-mil« ky-hlgii rocket It fired lut week nnd may nover locale It. The record-breaking "W»o Cor- >oinl" wni fired from the now of V-3 rockel »lre«ily 10 mllM In lie nlr, snd shot on to reach • top speed of 5,000 miles nn hour »nd .he highest alllt»d« ever recorded by R man-made device. Electronic Instrument* tracked tlio WAO Corporal down, the Army Mild, but "the actunl Impact point may never lie found." Due to Us terrific speed, the rock- cl In believed lo huve burled itself fur Into the desert sanda » bo lit M Throi«boai tto UM W*c, wlac » i technical tnlonmUcn t» reeor41n« lUUcw. Thl* 1* txpteUd to b« of tntt the study ef th» unknown upp«r BABY CHICKS SPECIAL! Thta W«ek Only 4A $4W Baby \L Chick* " hundred L. K. ASHCRAFT CO. Cherrr * K«Un*4. HMM 44M Dr. II. C. Powell ry Street. Later the church site wa.i moved to Second and Vine Streets, and in 1938 the ground was purchased to provide the site for the present chinch. Recently the congregation pur- r-hascd property between the church Barlow Family Sells Last Hotel of Arkansas Chain MALVERN, Ark., March 3. (#)— The Barlow family has sold the last of the Hotels in Arkansas bearing its name. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Barlow announced that Mrs. A. L. Porter has purchased the Barlow here. First of the Bnrlow Hotels was established by Barlow's father at Hope in 1885. Mr. and Mrs. Barlow will continue to live at Malvern in the Barlow cottage adjoining the hotel. 5 Greek Reds to Die ATHENS, March 3—I'/Tl—A Greek military court yesterday sentenced five communists to deatl' on charges of sabatoge. Three of the doomed persons are women. Read Courier News Want Ads. 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