The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1948 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 19<18 BI.YTHBVILLK (AUK.) CODKIKH NKWS PAGE FIVE Hope to Build Up Supply oi Quail To Spend $13,000 On Restoration With Aid of Hunters By Mori Slfrn United Pres» Staff Cori-r.ipontlent LITTLE ROOK, Aik.. Feb. 11. (UP)—The perplexing quail-shortage problem has been passed back Ints the hands of Arkansas' sportsmen and fanners today, but this time In the form of a novel solution >y the oame and Fish Commission p. The Commission proposed to Ipend »13,0po on a quail restoration program in which sportsmen's groups would be assigned various projects and farmers would compete on state and county levels for cash irises (or quail work. In both phases the Commission fould supply the seed. plants, •qulpmenl and technical know-how. The farm or contest phase of the program would be conducted tough Ihe 4-H, A.A.A. Ai\d sot conservation agencies. To help solve the problem ot the shortage of good tree duck hunting impoundments, the commission has authorized the employment of ai abstractor and an engineer to sur vey two .sites proposed as publii honting areas. The proposed areas are betweei Stuttgart and Pine Bluff, at Bayoi Mcto and Grand Cypress. They con lam. between them, about 15,CXK ncres. In other action, Lh« commission has: Reverted to the old quail hunting period of Dec. 1 to Jan. 15 while ' keeping the new bag limit of eight; ! extended the closed season on Tur- Jce>s for another year; kept the -split squirrel and deer seasons in effect, and extended for an indefinite period the closed seasons on pheasant, prarie chicken, chuker. j Hungarian partridge, bear, beaver, otter, elk and buffalo. Uncle Sam—Debtor Bandits Give Up Without a Fight Ex-Convicts Offer No Resistance to Fort Smith Officers FORT -SMITH. Ark,. Fob. 17 iUI —Tltirc* Oklahoma ox-couvlct.s, who shot ihpjr way out nf the West Hiile Junior Hit;h School In Mllh- Um'k last nluhl, wore ruptured without a MniyiKk- in Ktnl SinUh pinly today. .Slid iff I'jontk-p Maddux said I lie mm, nlnnp with two wtnurn. won* To.slod by officers who hnd bo en iitclilnv lltt'lr housr (or two diiys lie hli'iHiIicd tin 1 inci) us; l.i-o- UHHt Klalr. 42, uml Ciul Bradlx-try. '.*<'., 1ml h of Shiuvurr, Oklft., nnd , K\PL-rt( I\iu\ 30, of l-'oil Smith. Hi 1 Mud all UUVP mett wfrc rc'lou-seiS fnms Iho Oklnhonm State Prison nt McAli\$ior lust year. The women WI-IT identified a.s ai-yiw-otd Vio- Thp sheriff Mil id officers found uvKuJnry tools hi the car ns well IM the wrapping oi School tn (he cap- Young Leukemia Victim Dies Early Today CHAKl.KflrON. S C , Feb. 17.' <U 1M Unnvn-cyrd. [ive-yrur-oM Jtiluiny Hobril.sun died cif EiMihnnfu 1 tndav nllrr |]><» happiest iwii-iuxt-ir luilf mimlh.s nf his We. , Shoi tly boloir 4 n. in. his p;ir-- mi* saw ihul his lift- \uis rblniiK Ix's.s (linn 10 inmutc.s (\flc>v (hey hiul notUird Or, Owen Uii venal. Johnny died. On IVr. 5. when Ihey tlumulil Ihr ram blood <tiseu.se would tnkr .Folmny'.s life be tore Chi lsLMi;i\. lit.s jinrenl.s a nil [rteml.s RUVC htm an rui ly C'lirisUniis puny, Sanla brought ultl.s from nil mer I hi* city, hut most wonderful i>( nil was (lie irJcyt'le .lolinny Imd wanted so hunt that in- could l>:in'ly talk ubonl H, When nn- tihrr envelope coutiunetl n $l 1)111, ns nmni'y bi the Junior itjil rhv, The mi'ii after firuiR This chart shows Ihe public debt, by type of hoUI"i. By Ihc end of fiscal 1949, Ihe debt will drop, according to budget estimates, to $246,200,000,000. It is now S258,286,383.10U. Nn breakdown, for 1948 and 194D, by type of holder is given, because debt for those years is estimated. Murry Resigns Post as Assistant Attorney Gen • ^LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Feb. U. -Assistant Attorney General Ike Murry of Fordyce has resigned his office effective March 1. His action IE taken as an indication that he wilt run for the office of Attorney General thus year. Murry said he would announce ' his future plans at a later date. The resignation of the former sailor has also been interpreted as evidence that Att. Gen. Guy E. Williams will be running for governor. Close friends of Murry point out that he was reluctant, to run against, his boss if Williams chose to be Attorney General again, Bui they believe Williams assured Murry he would not be seeking reelection. Murry had been on the Attorney General's staff, except for 28 months in the Navy, since 1942, and prior to that he had served as a state representative, a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney and a For- dycR attorney. "I regret very much to lose him McLaughlin Attorney Gains Another Delay HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Feb. 17. <UP)—Prosecutor Sidney McMaih indicated today Lhnt the state is still ready to go ahi'ad with the trhil of Leo McLaughlin, but it appeared likely that i\ delay of from four to six weeks would materialize. Circuit Judge Miupin Cuniniin»s of Payetteville said he had tentatively granted request by attorneys for the former Hot Springs mayor for a continuance. Judge Cummin the McLaughlin Trimble L1TTLK ROCK, Ark.. Feb. 17, (UP) — Congrc.s.*man Jim Trimble of Hrn'yvillo ha.s filed hi.s corrupt pnvjiicc'.s pledge preparatory lo making the race for a third term, He thus becomes Ihe lirst Arkansas Congressman to file his corrupt [Hitctices pledge lor rc-elec- tion. Con^re.SMimn Trimble represents the Third Congressional District, whirls Js composed of Ben ton, Washington, Carroll, Madison, Boune, Newton, Marion. Raxler, Searcy, and Van Buren counties. Bridge Collapses change of circuits with Jud^e Clyde Brown, said he understood that Attorney Henry Donham oi Little s. who Is hearing | Over Swollen River case on AH ex- j KNOXVILLE, Term.. Feh (UP)—A :rowded walkway bridge over a -stream Rock Ls suffering from the effects t ing is persons. of an attack of pneumonia. He add- j ,A crowd of curiosity seekers ran ed that the attorney ought to be onto the bridge to get EI close view given a reasonable time to recover | of an automobile that hart struck before having to go with the trial, j However, Judge Cummings ex- I plained that he had come to his 1 decision, after hearing arguments« over the telephone, and that il both j sides didn't agree on the decision he | would have to hear the motion at ( Montgomery Circuit. Court. McMath commented "naturally I 'M-ancMl In I.tltlc Hm-k . . - - r, iwo shuts at officers ! who sut in-isi'd them as they wt-rt- looting a bl^ safe in the sellout, 'rindpn) HOIIHT Hcrry said llir .safe nmtiumxl some &l!00. IIOVVOVIT, the Iniinljits iLp|);uTiiuy got only one sack nf coins, and In their husk 1 , j drop pot! most of il. Herry .said aboul i Little Rock officers • believe tin- j men [ire Hit: same ones who have i robru'd three or four safes in the city this your. And Sheriff Maddux said Ills men are attempting lo connect the men with se.iTral attempted "safe knocking" Lu recent months. He said thill in inks on so mi- of the locih (omul in tin- cur nutch .similar marks on bmglin iv.c'd safes, •\Vi:'ve bren \\atching their liou-se for two days and nights," the shmlf snid. "And when they drove in we moved in f:i.st und had no trouble." He MI Id he was acconipnincd by Iwo <lci)iitics iiitd three members of the State Police-. Maddux said the men would be charged with possession of-hm-gn-j lary toots and possessing stoleti | properly In Rebnsltnn County ami ; probably vim Id face burfiiiLnry nml | grand lurreny charges iti Pula^ki ' j County. * ', I He added fluii the (\vt> U'ouion, 1 wlio were with thn men when ar- ! ,, - rested, nppnrcnttv waited in a Lit- ' rain-s\vo]len mountain . t | e Rock 37.— .«..i- fl »uj.L-ii niuuiiuiiii lle Rock umh . st rrn]rl , nsl j h( collapsed yesterday, injnr- whilp t]ie scb(>nl WJ|S e|llci . CfL ^ object to any further delay." he seemed pcssimislic thai anything could be done at this time to prevent one He [Kiinted out thai in spite 'of Donham's physical condition. Mclaughlin still had three i healthy attorneys. I "The state is ready fo try Mo Lauchlin." McMath declared, "air! from the 5laff,"'Wi]]iEuns conunent- I it \vilt continue to be ready unMi , Trnn., another car ant! crushed Into the stream. The ovei -crowded bridge splintered ami dumped everyone into the icy water below. I Two ])ursiuis were critically hurl. They were A. D. ETOH. 3(1, Amler' sonvllle, Tt'ini.. wiio received a pos- I slble broken back, anil A D. Wnr- . wick, also of Andernonvillc, who j suffered back injuries I No one in the cars was hurt, hut n. T. Underwood. Fountain City. one of the [[rivers, suet] time n.s ilic ca.se CEIII be heard." charged with drunken (hiving was THERE'S A REASON WHY PEOPLE CHOOSE HUDSON'S SERVICE! BETTER CLEANING with the HUDSON FINISH IN ONLY HOURS HUDSON CLEANER BfythcvilU, Ark. TAILOR CLOTHIER Steelc, Mo. Radio Commentators Would Be Held Liable .PA(.'KKON. MIJ.K, Kill. 17. illl'i-- Mi^sisslpi>l l.<'Hl.s|!ilnr,s -sini^hl ti ln\v Inilay hoUlitiK iiuILn [•imimciitalcii 1 * : lTs|intl\lhli l fan' "InsuHlnn" bl'niut- csi.sts alioilt lilt 1 .sliiU 1 . Till' MKsKsl|i|>t |>i>!l!li:il nltunliiill tins lnn£ Ln'fii n lavoiitr li»pii v for M-vnul I'lMluni'nlatnr.s littkLilk; trnni Ni-\s - Yulk mul otjirr eii.sli'i'M rUU'S. A hill, liiimdiirnl yiv-tiMiluy liy .Si'h. HIMIMOU Kvi\iiH o[ (HlUpint, flu* lioy tlli'il lo |iiiy SuntK fttr Hi. i,.i[,' il nine. Iliiil lu-,1 ulKlll. Ills inothel- lltli'it the •J.'i-p.nln.t buy out, of Iwd Inr t\vo mi us fH'Oltnd Ihr i-ootn. Thi 1 vi'M of Ihe tnui- lie ]u:.l \v:Hi-hotl It. Ahiinl Ilinv ut'i-h.s iu:". <lm'lois Ilietk lhi> litsl wixpon l)n-\- lr:itl. il ll lllisl llslilt; Ililht 11 l v hU:t[1rlph!il \\IHI1I11L \vltll Ihc .so-ndli'<l "i;nMrn lilraid." hclpfiil III Inikvmln vii 1 - lillli U (ullril. Add Three Negroes To Grand Jury List MlM., J'H). IV. 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