The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1947 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 11, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS 71 „> TUB DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AW) SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XUV—NO. M5 Blythcvlllc Bully News Blythcville Courier niytlicvillc Herald Mississippi Vnllcy l-cadei AKKANSAS.TIlUflSDAY, SKITKMKKK II, 10-17 Outlook Gloomy For Consumers As Prices Soar Pork Chops on Hoof Set All-Time Record On Chicago Market CHICAGO. Sept. 11. (UP)—The price of NOBS rose lo a new all-time high in Chicago, the world's biggest meal packing ccnler today, while Ihe nation's relnll food bill spirulcd lowiirtl new peaks. Pork chops and bacon on Ihc hoof sold for $30.50 per hundred pounds »l Chicago's sprawling Union Stockyards. The price broke the previous Chicago high of $30 paid last Feb. 25. Hog prices in genera! were 75 ccnls higher than yesterday's average. Prices for nearly every basic commodity, Including some of those used in the manufacture of clolh- ini!. shot upward on exchanges lhrou(!hout the counlry ycslcrday. New record highs were established for wheat, corn, and oats. Hogs hit new all time highs at Sioux Cily, la., and Omaha. Neb. Several livestock markets rci>orl- ed all time highs on hogs but market analysis said meal prices would really skyrocket when Ihe full cf- fccl of Ihe poor corn crop is fell by Ihc nation's slock raisers. Several expcrU predicted lhat wouldn't occur until nexl year, however. They reasoned lhat Ihe lack of corn would force many farmers lo sell their cattle, hogs and sheep al short weight early this Pall. That would increase the supply of meat during the Fall and Winter lending- lo depress prices or at least hold them steady. Bui Ihe big pay-off on the corn shortage would come in the Spring. The short-selling of stock this Fall will make them scarce later on and prices will zoom, the experts said. George R. Dressier, spokesman for the National Association of Meat Dealers, said he could not "subscribe to Ihc claims that there's going Lo be a terrific meat shortage." •Prices for future deliveries of Ijulter, eggs aiid onions rose again on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange yesterday with some sell egg and v bullcr futures hilling new records. Bakers warned lhat higher egg and butler costs, along willi increased prices on flour, would force llicni l\ raise their prices on bread soon. . r Increases in the 'relail prices of . clolhinjj; including shoes»_were forecast by higher market prices for wool, hides, cotton and rubber. 'Lpst Generation' Europe's Greatest Hope for Recovery NASHVILLE, Turn., Sepl. 11.— (UP)— Dr. Thomas Alexander, director of the education branch of the Allied Military Government In Germany today termed Ihe "losl generallon" of Europe its best hope for recovery. Here recruiting slaff replacements for his work, Alexander said leaching democracy to young Germans is the most Important lask facrng Ihe AMG. To do It he said additional persons are needed lo Irain German teachers to replace those fired because of Nazi beliefs. Dr. Alexander, now on leave from Columbia Univeisity. formerly was at Pculxxly College here. SIIf,GLE COPIES FIVB CENTS Jews to Greet New Year in New Temple Jackson, Lynch Go to Little Rock Missco Men to Attend Conference Seeking Gas for E. Arkansas Mayor E. R. Jackson and B. A. Lynch, president of Ihc Fanners 'Bank and Trust Co.. planned to leave here this afternoon for Little Ro« where they will ailend a meeiin',' of Ihc Easlern Arkansas Natural Gas Consumers Association tomorrow. Mr. Lynch is a member of Hie association's board of directors. Mayor Ben Bullcr [jr. of O.sceola, vice prcsidenl of Hie association, said today he will not ailend lhe mceling due to the (ical.i today of Mrs. R. C. Branch of Pecan Point. It was announced earlier in Little Rock that the meelin; was called to draw up o uniform franchise which will be presented to lhe vari- I ons city councils for ratification. When the franchise has been ratified uy the cities, il will he offered in package form to natural gas distributing companies interested in serving Eastern Arkansas, it was explained. The Jr.wish New Year, llosli irashcmoli, will he ushered in at sundown Sunday when the first religious holiday (ilisrrvancc will be conducted in Tem|iln Israel on Chirkasawha. The temnlc laJinvcl was dsdlcivlrrl lasl Sunday. An interior VJPM- is shuwn al lhe right, i Hnl.v Day services will m:irk tin: hcginn'tl£ of thi* holiday rilrs. Forr pillars (if ornamental stone arc featured in ihe vxlcrilir design for tin- (jnlllic t.vju- Urmpl*'. Tliu inlerior view shows Ihc marlilc acrcss the back of the chancel with Hie choir toft above. Instead of the usual jicws the temple has iDathrr upholstered cushioned chairs sitirilar to the seals found In Ihcalcrs. Tho lomple was ilcsiKnrd by U. H. Branson. Klythrville architect, and constructed by BL - II White A Suns, Ulylhcvilli' con- Iraclors. Cr. Alfred Vise, rabbi for Ihc temples here and in Jonesboro, will conduct the services :ind pre- • SCnl iiTo,« C ", Y Ufc ?V Th""™rvlce lht ^""^ ="«"• »»* "«^ Vise services £un«lay, is Ihc first will bctiin at 8 (). m. with Holy of CLurksvilk-, Tcnn., wlio will iMississippi County, ILs congi 1 ' Dny sci-viccs .startinf; at 10:!i"J hiu^ Llie Ik-hicw CanLoi'al solos, a. m. Monday. For Ihc morning Ti;uliliojiulTy tlii.s ym\r murks toni'c- C "Thc u hofai- C Tm'm:cL C1I C'tlls S lile Jcwistl i' L ' iir 570y uccordluK to Awake" °' ( ' Hebrew ciUcntiat 1 , The Rabbi will be assisted by 'Ihc: iicw toinpU:, tU'diculcd al Speed With New European Loan To Be Demanded President Placed in Unhappy Spot With GOP'S Cold Shoulder llv K. II. SHACKI'OHl) dnllcil Trrss Staff Cnrrr.spiimlrnt WASHINGTON. Kopl. 11. lU.IM — President Truman taced the unhappy prospect tndiiy of Imvlnt! tn rail a spi-cldl session ol congrcs: this Kill I lo pavmrnl on billion dollar I>CK for an advance the projected luiiltl- "Mavslmll I'lun" pro- Umlenlcd are dcr.sctTclary of rcpmls that Un- Ktale William I,. DD7 Spraying Crews Visit 79,800 Homes The DDT house in lion was organl/.cd in 1023 ant] i.s now made up of members from H'.ylhcvillc, Osccola, Manila. Joiner, Luxora. Kelscr and Cornfni;, Ark., and Canilhcrsvlllc, Hayll. Kcnnclt and I'oi'lngcvUlc. Mo. Shawnee School Plans Approved Officers Elected By Baptists for New Church Year In a business session last night First Baptlot Church officers were eleclcd for the new assoziational year which begins October 1. A nominating committee, made Up of John Maycs. chairman. Miss Eflic Lee Terrell rind Mrs. C. E. Johnson, presented its report, which was adopted by the church. The following were re-elected 10 ccncral church offices: Mis. R. C. Farr. choir director; Mrs. C. M. Smart, organist; W. M. Williams, chinch treasurer; Alvin Huffman Sr.. Tom Jackson and E. V. Hill, church trustees. General officers of the Sunday School who were re-elected were: Alvin Huffman Jr.. superintendent; C. M. Smart, associate superintendent; E. W. Simmons, secretary; John Maycs. Adult Department superintendent; Charles Ray Newcomb. Young People's Department .superintendent; Mis;; Luna B. IWil- hclm. Iiitcenrcdiate Department siipcrinlciK-.-ni,; Mrs. J.ikc Huffman. Primary Department superintendent; Mrs. Leslie Moore. Beginner Department superintendent; Mrs. Sam Williams. Nursery Department superintendent. Mr.s. J. T. Wc-stbrooJc. Cradle Roll Department; Russell Haugh, Chapel Department superintendent, and the Etv. D. B. -Blcd- soc, superintendent Air Base Mission. In the Training Union. Charles Ray Ncwciiiii-j wa.s re-elected director; Mrs. E. C. Blown, associate director, and Miss Jewell Lee. sec- rclsry. The following directors were elected to department offices: Ebb Carson. Adult; Miss Luna Wilhclm. Young People's; Miss Minnie Brown Intermediate; and Russell Baugh, Junior Department. .Hays Sullivan is the newly elected president of the Men's Brotherhood and Mr.s. W. M. Williams was re-elected president of the Woman':; Missionary Union. In a monthly financial report (o the church by Mr. Williams, it was revealed that there is now « total of S31.220.15 in the building liind. The church voted unanimously lo set Oct. 5 as "Tithcrs Enlistment Bay." September will IK "Ti- lliins Enlistment Campaign" month Siet each member to give at least and the goal of the church is to a tenth of his income to the church treasury. spraying pi fl- ic Slaltf Board __>untiei of Ihc Mississippi and ' Red River Delta areas will close Sept. 19 in Mississippi County, W. O. Stinnett, malaria control supervisor here, said today. Spraying was carried out ID kill mosquitoes and oilier disease- ,' tiat ed carrying insecls. | loday Mr. Stinnett expresses his ap- ! prccialion of In cooperation re- ccved in lifts program. A total of 18.800 houses was sprayed since work slurleri Mar. 1 in this county, he said. This includes 10.000 h<ju- ses which were sprayed once and 9,800 sprayed twice. Approximately 100,000 Arkansas homes arc expeclcd lo have received DDT proteclion through the Stale Hoard of Health before the work is ended for the year. Mr. Etlnnctt said. Similar work will be conducted in this county next year according to present plans. Mr. Stinnett said. Previous to (he slart of actual spraying early next Spring, efforts to control malaria will be made by spreading information on ils cause, prevention and mclhod of Ircalmeiil, he said. Much of this work will be done through the schools and oi'gani/.cd adult groups, he added. Memphis Doctor Meets With Missco Society Dr. Mailory Harwell of Memphis, formerly of Osceola, was guest speaker last night r.t the monthly meeting of the Mississippi County Medical Society at Osceota. Dr. Harwell spoke on the medical treatment ol thyroid diseases. Preceding his discussion the Society held a business meeting. The next monthly meeting of the Society wi.'. ue neid here Oct. 1, it was announced, Bridge Groups Of Two Cities to Receive Report CAnUTHER^VILLE, Mo.. Sept. 11 'Special) — A special meeting of the Missouri and Tennessee Mississippi Itivcr Bridgi: committees will be held in Carulhcrsvillc, Sept. 25. it was announced today by J. F. (Pal) Patterson, secretary of Ju Missouri group. A. B Rhodes, Carulhcrsville. .'s chairman of the Missouri committee, and at this meeting, the Dycrsburg. Tenn.. group will be present. The meeting is being called [or the purpose of he.uing the rcjxut from lh<: Svcrdrup and Farcrl Engineering firm, which recently conducted various surveys in this section, and in Wcsl Tennessee, -ili bearing on showing the potential need for a bridge here. Wood Smith, of the engineering firm, i.s to attend the meeting to present his company's report. This meeting September 25 is for Committee members of C.iruthers- villc and Dycrsbur^. to receive the report from Mr. Wood, and make plans for further continuance ol the project. One-Story Structuiw f To, ?.c ' ~ '" " v ~ < " Destroyed by Fire Dr. R. L. Johnson of Basse U. president of Ihe Shawnee Consoli- Scliool Dislricl, announced that the drawings on Ihc new Shawnee High School building, drawn by Uzzell S. Branson, Blythcville archilccl, were approved by members of Ihe school board at a meeting in Joiner Tuesday nighl. Present plans call for the crcc- of the one-story structure on Truman Makes Speech and Margaret Sings at King Neptune's Command : Uy MEItltlMAN HIMITII Uniletl l*rcss Slaff Corresjitiiidcnt AliOARD UA'lTLTiSIlIP MISSOURI, Sepl, . 11. (U.I'.)—Kill)! Ncp- Pic.sitlcnllal Ihe site ol the old school building part o! the traditional hazing ccrc- which was destroyed by lire last | "ionics marking tho cquator-cross- The Worts ^nc'fud^P AfiaS^TjglT \9 1 i. **- of.-^lnhu: Uunking In ft pool clcCtilt shocks nnrt-n *<mmti paddling by Bailors .svrlngms canvas cliibs. -f- lipaidfud old NcpHnin.s Hex j:a,sstvl cut b:incy justiie a:; rrr.sideut'Trn- cnan ;uid .sonic 1.500 oilier '.'pollywogs" were convcrlcd into ":;hc!]- bucks" l»y crossing Lhe equator ?n route home from the Rio Conference. The President .(Kid .to mqkc u S];CCL'|), and his daughter, Margaret, had to .sing "Anchors Avvcigh" ns Fcbruary. and construction will begin as soon ;is "we are a litllo more organized," Dr. Johnson said. According to preliminary figures released today by Mr. Branson, the approximate cost of the new school building will range from snft.OM to S200.000. but the plans are .so arranged that they may be altered cither way. To Build 18 Chissrmmis The new building will bo in "U" shape construction and will contain 18 classrooms. :i large micdlnrimn. 'But they were spared the rongli- handling tnctcd out to Stcelman, presidential secretary Matthew J. Connelly, and dignified Stanley Woodward, urban? Stale Department protocol chief. Woodward got a thorough going- over, and lie looked like anything hut a diplomat when Ihe members of Neptune's court i!.>t Ihinugh v.iln him. I After bc-inu slacked almost on'. i of hi:s v.-it.s by electric rods. Spccial Session Hoses "Very Ticklish Gamble" ATLANTA. Oa., Sept. 11 (UP) — Sen. Walter 'P. George, D.. Ga. said loday that if President Truman calls a special session of Congress lo consider European relief he will be taking a "very ticklish gamble" nnd that the session might develop into a political stalematt. The senalor said he did not bs- licvc Congress would enact any major relief program before th.: first of the year but that a stopgap program might be approved by a special session. George said he did not personally favor a special session but he bc- lieve.s the President will call one. and modern healing nnd .siiniUiry facilities, Mr. Branson said. 'Hie j Iniikling will house 10 Mradr .sclioo,! cl;iK.syooms in one winy and riuht hiah -school rooms in [he other with Mic auditorium SCDLIrating the tw^ wings. The building will he of brick, tile. and rc-inforccd concrete and will •" fireproof, lie .said. The (Jay for the receiving of bids for construction of Ihc buikliny has not been set pending; the developing of n few minor details. Mr. Bninson .said. Present plan of the .school inard i.s lo let contracts for ihn eonstruc;- lioi^ of as much of the building a:; iiossibte now with lhe .vvmitulrr It] be actdcd as funds become availnble. T]\c plans arc so arranged Lhat tlu: contract con be built in section:;, Mr. Branson said. School Opens Monday All grades of the school will open as scheduled next Monday, Dr- Jolmson staled, with classrs lr> be held in the new cafeteria buildiiig | ;; which is nearing completion. ! AdtUltotial temporary cla.sMootn.s were inade available through (he purchase of .six barracks buildings from the War Assel.s Administration which were dismai\tlrd and rc-a.ssemblcd on the school campus, he said. buildings W 'H house approximately six classrooms, with the cafeteria capable nf accommodnt- ward was phrd vJtii quinine and alum until ho nearly gac^cd. pr;tr- lically bliixled by .'. mustard nuis- S:II;(T and liurlco bacluvard;; into tlv' pool. In Ihe ]Kio! a \vcll-crcasrd can:: of oailor.s. kao'.vn as "bears." duckril liioi repf.Hcdl.v untii lie gasped tho ] ;]ia;'.ic word, "Shcllbnck." Tlicn lie was loosed down ;:n otlccl ram|> into liin har.ds of Irce-swin^illp sailors willi emu;'!, dubs who marie I'.iir. mn Mrrry iM'ssiun Snccrrds Karlier a 2fi-','rnr-o!d tnei rim ni seaman wa.s Uikcn aboard the Mi.s- sciiri iod;iy lor trrnlmnU f)f blood poisoning, and rrrsidrnt Truman personalIv eoiv^riU-ilatcd the Nrivv doctor crrdiUxl v/ilh .saving ln,s ]ir:\ Tiie - [ it]'i:l:cii seainan was Charlr.i A. Srot', of K';ermoni. Miss., a crew member of the Freighter S. S. D:*l f5o). Ciravnlv iH since a hand cur became c'ijihl days -i:: >. Scnlt wns Itnn.slcri-rd lo the fcatllu- shiu after his cn])'am luul sent out " ics.s call- fjy» J. T. Wolstenhoimc r >'» cd to the* Missouri, onperviscd Scott's transTer in a stretcher Ij-oni the I>c-l Sol t') the destroyer Small, which had sped lo ihe freighter, roid thence to ttir Missouri. As the injured seaman looked on apprehensively, (hi! .Small inancn- \eird into position about ICO frri Irom Ihe hup,c battleship. Then ns Mercury Rises High Into 90s After Cool Day 'BlyLlieville rc.sidciiU Loduy looked biick on Titc.sduy'.s coolness with fond memories of LiintithzLn^ relief from llic current SctHcmbcr hcjit, wave but resumed brow-mop pint? operations ns the mercury rcLurncd to Ihe high Ws. For nfter :i stopping fit ;* "hipli" of 87 decrees TuesdHj 1 . the mercury jumper! to a peak rending nf D8 dc- yrec:; here yc-slcrclny. The mercury went down lo a v.'sinn low of 75 devices during lust nitwit, .iccoiditit; lo Robert E. Blay- | lock, official weather observer here. 1 The weathermrm's prediction of wtdely-KcaUerrd thunderstorms ovcr Ihc .slate held little promise ol rain here a,s yc.slerdny marked the 54lh dry duv in North Mississippi County. Meanwhile, -.mother day ol clammy, humid lempcr.itnre.s liiy .thrad o/ beleaguered Arkansas a.s .Srptem- bcr's jihiiost-unprccfttnUcd lieat wave went into its llth day. The forecnst wa:i for continued v.arm nnd humid tempcndurcs. The onlj p cotitension tin- woaUicnnfin's ]iif;h]y Lcchttical iii'slmnirtiUs innde to tltc brmv-moppiic Arkjinsnn \ a prediction of purU.v cloudy :;kir;> (ocisiy willi a frw wtdrly ocatlcred rlmndoi sho i Acr.s. fialc.sviUc took tiie ])ri/x: yesterday with a M-dcprec rniixinimti a.s IJly- thcvillc foto\vc<J closely with 08, Fort Smil3i had 97, mrri.son. Monlicello nd Texarkana %, aiul little Ito^k D5. The U. S. Weather Bureau m Little Hock released ligurcK just to prove that i: wn.% hot and dry in Arkansas—as if proof \vcro necessary: The aver.TH'' ni"N"i tempera lure Ior Kepteml>cr is I>> <leyrcc.s—nine dcgrec-s abnve the average of 75 depress. The rainfall .si far Ihi.s inotilh lia.s avei'age only .17 of an inch, which was .08 be-low the nonnnl average of .85 of an mrh. And finally. the .slPtc has had 10.63 inches lr.v rain this year than it usually ha: at Uiis time. Clayton in I'm is has urgently cabled tlmt * J .i,fiOO,QCO.eoo will he needed "on the cuff" before the cud ol the yeui. it evmlually would b» filled into the overall lon^-runm* prtHirnm which is now bcln^ dis- ciusspil ill Irrnis of nboul $20,000,- C03.0CO ovur four yeurs, The president's .secretary of ,slulu, George: C. Mnrsluill, who leaves lo- movrow to cunMiHie his diplomatic win- with Hus.sia in person at the United Ma I ions in New York, un- paronUy has beon convinced I hat there is no nUomallve lo n special .session. No other .source- of .stop- yap aid Is available except through new uppropi'iiitlons. Murshtiil deli nil ely is con verted tt> tho ui'ncnt need of Inum-diiUe nd<litlonn| aid for Kurnpc bi'foic the "Marshal] Phin' 1 can b™ of- feclfvo — despite sotue llepubllcan chiirnes tlint the European "crisis' 1 is more iilU^cd Ihun real. Mr. Truman will rind it difficult lo deny Mnr.sJiall's request If Mui'- .stml] still thinks us lie dors now on thr President's return next week. Marshall Is «oin« to UN hi mi effort lo consolidate- Wc.stcrn Europe and much of the rest of tho \vorkl bc-hind U. S. leadership. A key nation In that consolidation effort will be Fi'imcc \vhlch Is urgently appealing for quictt dolhir help. Kcimhllmns (>pp(»sc Idea Aiiiiinst I hut, however, hr will fnre a lnrB« jiurtion of C'on^rcs-i which I.s not only hostile lo a special ^session but>cc!all.v lo uny more blnnfc check "crisis" appropriations, it took Congress many months to approve only $«ACO}.QOO for Greece «nci Turkey. Vyiittife'vor. liappc'ns, the EUUt Dcpariment wli] have In do fioinc convincing tolklng lo ConyreKS t( get nil ndvnnee. Senate I»rc.slcient Artliur H. Vandenbore. R., Mich fjoncl a friend of the admhil- Dies in Home At Pecan Ppmt OSCKCI.A, Sept. it,'—Mrsi 'flufus Cromwell Hraiich of Pecan Point, wife of a Mississippi Counly planter, died early this morning at her home after an Illness of several months. She w»s 53. Funeral services will beJinld tomorrow al 3 p.m. »t' Hie Branch home with Ihc Rev. Paul Galloway, pastor of ihe First Methodist Church al f'ayrltcville, officiating, assisted by Ihc Rev. Mr. Sanford, pastor of Ihc Mcthodlsl Church at Joiner, liiulal will be al Ermcn G'rmclery. Mrs. llrunch was the former Miss Mary Hue Hairier of Rlnley, Turn, clniiklhtcr of Hid lute He'v.' and Mrs William franklin Bnrrler of nin- Iry, whore shr was born Oct. 1. 1893 She cnniB to I'comi Point ss a bride in 1018, A member of tlib Mellio- dlsl Church, .she Was 'active | n Red Cross work during the''war am participated in elvln projects. Olhcr II her husband, she L survived by ,1 daughter. Mr.s. Eclo H. Johnson Jr., of utlle Hock: » son, Rufm Cromwell Jr., of Pecan sisters, Mrs. Frank Bevin'sMonetary Proposals Lack Okay by Officials Leaders in Britain r Disclaim Connection " •- Point: ftoeves of HorittoHlc, TCI and Mrs. Albert llujol.ieson of Whitc- .iiiven. Tcnn.; a brother. Or. W. F. Harrier of Miilven'i and a niece Mrs. Val K. Williams of MlIltnK- lon. Tenn. '•" Pallbearers will be K. B. Chiles Si:. W. II. Iliirkett ulul Jack Uz/«ll, all of Joiner, Ben F. Bulloi of Os- rcolu. Charles t.,. Driver, Hlovall IXjwrnncc Jr., of Charles Wllley of :AHhclmcr,, and Or. N. II. Kills of Wilson. Honorary pallbearers will be' Chris FcUller of Memphis, John Bnriihlll if r'ayellcvlllc, Hnrold Young of l.lltlc Hock. Hdjjh 'lirlnklcy of HiWhcs, Ned Honck of Marliimm John ColRim of Boslon, Mass,. Harvey Adams of Wcsl Memphis, Henry Hanks of Clarkcdalc, Jimmy nnlph of Joiner. Hraxlon Drdgg nnd Hnlo Jackson, txilh (if, O.iceola, Charles Rose of Rowland, nrilcc Ivy nnd Harold Ohlcndorf'; Ixitli of psecola Jim Cinlu of Wilson, Dr. Mallory Hiirwrll of Memphis and E. B Chiles Jr.. of Joiner. With LONDON, Sepl. 11. (UP) — BrIU Ish officialdom dlsavowett/any re- sponslbillly loday for Foreign Se- crelary Emesl Bevin's suggestion lhat Ihe United states revive ;end- Icase aid to save Britain from eco, nomln ruin. '• "<"•»" •••• For the second time'In. it! week', official iiuarlcrs showed ho Incll- nnllon to calch ft hot iwtalo Bevlr. heaved their way. The first was his proposal that lh e .United 'State's gold honrd at Fort Knox ,be re- dlslrlljuled. .. . -• AdnilUliiK tlial his gold. pt-opusal hud not mined oiil lo be popular Bevin lold vlslllng American Ln- glonnaires lust night that the re- icwal of Icnd-lcasc would eutt him is well us sliarc-lhc-golri. ' .',';' The foreign office said today that nevin's speech had been extemporaneous. He had not even given the ofilcc any advance Indication,' It snld, Uiat he Intended to address the Legionnaires. • -• .. . Along with Ihc treasury, lhe foreign office declined any com'nie'iit on HID situation. " . .. Infonncd Whltchttll sources said II was anolher case—like the gold^in which Hovin was Jful tlilnkftig out Inntl. The snld Bevin was des-- pcralc In his quest for some means by which Britain can get more dollar aid, and apparenlly v »'as r.'v- iiH! vent, lo every Idea lhat popped Inlo his mind. ., Aides Not CatumlUd, The Informants said tieyjn .nail not consulled his uovernmcht col- Icanuc.s fortnully about ihe proposal, and doubted he had mentioned'it to U. S. Ambassador I^ewls Douglas. _ .. Some iiulliorllallvc quarters feared Bevin's spccuh might cloud the AFL-CIO Merger Held Imperative TwoGfeqf Unioii.'.''.'1 . Groups May'Join ,| Kill issue at the very lime,Hugh Dalton. chancellor of the .exchequer,, was engaged in talks with John W. Enydcr. U. S. secretary • of the Irciisury, on Brllnln's economic plight. .;••;• The Daily Herald,'organ' of the Labor Parly and as such close to the government, 'said Dalton was seeking permission to draw on the remaining $400,000,000 of the American, loan/ It .was Ircaeri *whcn — tlblllty of Ct OHICAQO. sept. n. (UPl -vriic - .... iialion's two great laboi organl/a- slrallon foreign policy as llicrel tlonli - t 1 '" AI-T, and CIO, inusl unllfi Immediately If they nrn lo defeat congressmen who voted lor Iho Tiift-Harlley act, AFL Presl- is In Congress. Is ailnnmntly opposed to further blank check appropriations for piece meal relief. His co-leader or the senate. Sen. Robert A.Tnfl, n., O.. Is fur from convinced that the proixjr Information will IMS avEiilnblc on the foreign picture before the first of the year and the regular session. Marshall envisages the advance for Europe iis eventually becoming "part nnd parcel" of the IOIIK- ranBc economic program. But he will hnvc a difficult time convincing Congress it wont be pour- Ing more billions down the drain -sinc-c it look the Stale Department months to formulaic a plan for spending tiir much smaller Grcck- Turkish aid funds. (lent WIIIlHin Qrecn snld loday. Green said he did ' riol think the two union groups coulrt "make a success or the thing by ccwpernt-' Ins nnd working together, If : We're: oul fli>hllng somcwliere d.r> over somclhlng else.". He snld Ihc raalU'r of seMitiK up one ixiwcrfiil org«nlrat!on for tho nntton's 12,000,000 uiilTi workers would l» rtlsc-ussed HI toilav'n session of Hie AFT, executive council's regular quarterly meeting here. lie-'government, would .,. ap between Brltaln'f Imports and oxporls In Die next six months to t'J 44,000.000. ,. The plan of Secretary .of Stale corgc O. Marshall to «ld Europe expected lo be' effective within x rnonllis, the fterald" said.''" -; Bevin submltled lend-lease Tor ;old In a speech to 150 visiting American Leglonnalres-iit-axiinner ast night. Acknowledging the'un- popular reception given his; gold distribution proposal, ;hc /told the lommlrcs he did hot c<ire...whe- .her it was lend-lcase or that, • "so ong as w'e get economic conditions right." . .'•' .' . , greed mid CIO olflccrs Kave already that tl^ meigcr ing eight, and should furnish am- t)u , v c niii,r.<i .side by side, Scott WHS pic facilities for the ft50 students • h^icd on the Missouri in a slrctcb- cxpcctcd to enroll when the school ; ( , r T | 1C . S ( r , : ic'ncr was substituted °l )c?lls - Youth Hit by Auto Charles .Stephens, 16-ycar-okl son of Loo Stephens of 'Klylhevillc, suffered minor bruises yeslerday al- lernoon when he was strucV by a car driven by Miss Virginia liovvcn of Luxora at Main and Sth Streets. The youth was taken to Wall, Hospital and dismissed aflcr examination. Police said Miss Bowen, headed Essl, was driving slowly and lhat the youlh darted from behind a truck inlo Ihe car's path. ! tor n brcrchrs buoy and \vas hauled i to the Missouri on the block and | lackle arrangement customarily xiscd lor Hie breeches buoy. When WolsLenhoImc wa.s finally hauled aboard the Presidential shi\>. he was summoned lo Ihi 1 btid;;.' where he received ri "well done" Irom Mr. Truman and from Capt. Rcbcrl L. Denniso-i. the Missouri's comiiiandin;! oliice/. Weather AKKANSAS—l.illle lompornlnro lonifjln t change r Friday. in Three Men Die in Crash Of C-27 in Colorado CASTl.K UOCK. Coll).. Sepl. 1 1 (UPl — A C-47'Cargo plane cr r ry- ing three men wa.s rcporled u IIIR to<lay and a few hours later Ihrcc bodies were rciwrlcd rccuv- ered from on unidenllfiecl plane which cra.sliccl on Spruce Mounl near .here. Earlier. Ihc public relations office al Lowry Field In Denver gave nolice lhat a plane missini Capt. H. colcman, public rclAlion.- offtccr at Lowry. said the plane was reporlcd once, ne.v 1 Pueblo Colo., about two hours aflnr it left Hobbs. N. M. Colcman said a Ihundeiolonn wa. raging along Ihe roulc the plane would have had lo follow. Cotton Field Fire Fatal for Infant .eft Under Wagon NEWPORT. Ark.. Sojlt. II. 'UPl Clcd Willis. Jr.. I'l-nioiiUi.'i old son if Mr. ;ni[I Mrs. Clr><> Willis Wiis )ni 1 iird lo clcalh Inlc ye.slcrrlny when "ire -sv/cpl ncrosx a coltoii firltl on .lie R;il|>h and Joe McDoiuild furin 101U 1 Tll|)clO. 'I'iie iisirciils hatl lefl Ihe child ill » wagon while they pirkrd collon. /'ho walidll and Urn halc.s ill ciilton were dcslroyrtl nnd a lnilldo/.rr was ir.ctl lo hritJg Ihe fire under cnntrul, Tcxons Want Wainwright As Candidate for Post Held fcy Pappy O'Daniel IMI»LA.S. Tex.. Sr|>l. II. (U.P.i Joiiiilhiin M. W»lnwrif;lil. Ihe relircfl 'Army general v;ho rhosc r> slatid hy his Iroops in Hataan nd Corresidov in Ihe dark days of I!H1?. wa.s boomed today tjy xji'i |>olitirlans to succeed W. ; O'DniiicI a.s Texas* Junior U. S. sen.ilor. Polilicinns .said (hat, Ihc lanky ncral, nnlil recently coimnand- y general of Ihc roinlh Army al Forl Enni Houston Tex. rould be harmony candidate for Texas Democrats who couldn't, make IIP their ntind wliom Ihcy vvanlcrl lo oppose O'Uanicl in next year's clcclion. he said. CIO officers have cliangD.I I heir "absolutely necessary" and that It Is only necessary to "work out the details." . •'. However, "seem lo minds " "We want lo mecl with them enln to find ota, whether they've repudiated the agreements we reached In our meetings with them last May," he said." Green did not Indicate whether lie had contacted C!O officers lo arrange for new merger negotiations but said he was anxious to hold such a meeting. General Lee Announces Plans for Retirement ROME. Sept. 11. (UP) — LlMll Gen. John C. If. I,?c told a press conference today he would Irvwc lor Hie Dulled suites nexl. week await rcUrement uhdcr Army dcrs. l.ce said his depnrlurc would lie lakcn under orders previously Issu cd by Ihc Army. Tec, whose odmini-strallon of Hi Mediterranean Theater lias beci under criticism satd he will leave his post under orders Issued by the Secretary of War June 10. JayceeAlumni- Plan Jamboree For October (icllrrnl Agreeable li> l>rafl CHICAGO. Sept. 11. (U.P.l- Gcnoral Jonathan Walinvrightsaid today that "if Ihe people of Tcx.i.s wnnl me. I'll be very happy lo .serve" in Ihc U. S. Senate. Waimvrlghl. here lo atlcnd convention of the National Con- lracl Hardware Association, v;a.s asked to comment on reports lhal he was being boomct; for U. S. Sennlor from Texas. Soybeans Open High Nov. .. 324'in 331'-i Mar. .. 325B 332 (X - Low 331V: 332 Close 332BX' N. Y. Cotton A "Cotton Pickers. ro. free , street. cUincc^wlli."'jje",2hc£h Ihc night of Oct. -1: on • the , eve of the Eighth National Cotton Picking Contest . here, it was announced loday. • • - ••• — >• The street dance will be staged by the Rooslers club, an '''alumni" Rrcup of Jaycees over. 35. .The Junior Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the annual'cotton plck- ine event again this year......., Bill Crawford, president of the Roosters Club, has appointed Phil Applebaum chairman of Ihc "Cot- Ion Pickers Jamboree." The orchestra, time and • street on which Ihc dance wilj. be. hel(l will be announced laler. , t ,\ This will be the first year > in which enlertainmenl has been scheduled on the night proceeding Ihc conlest. The street dance,.will be opan to everyone participating in or attending the cotton picking contest. Jaycce officials said. open . are 3110 3035 3152 Vhr. May July Oct. Dec 3130 317!) ;IHits closed :I2'16; up high 3179 3163 3018 3193 low 312G 3110 3035 3152 3128 26. close 3152 3136 3053 3171 Army Recruiting Station Arranges Broad Program SiSgl. Don C. Seal, of the Anny Recruiting Station here, ahiioun- ,. r i ced today thai Ihc Rccruiling Scr- • UJJ vice has arranged a schedule for New York Stocks Stock Prices: 2:30 p.m. AT&T Amcr Tobacco .... Anaconda Copper ... Chrysler Coca Cola Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Ward . N Y Central Int Harvester North Am Aviation Republic Slccl .. .. Radio Socony Vacuum filudebakcr Standard of N J ... Teuas Corp Packard U S Steel .. 15S 7;8 341i2 58518 185 365!8 571J8 57 1!8 14112 81 8114 26 t|2 8 161!8 74 1|8 60 47.8 . • 70 weekly visits lo lowns in Mississippi County, t - • . A representative from Ihe Re- ciullnc. Service will be In the Postoffice of Mississippi County towns on Ihc following days: Osccola, Tuesdays rroin 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Luxora. Wednesdays. fr6m 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon;''Lcachviitc, Thursdays, 9:30 a.m. to-12 lioon: Manila, Thursday, 1:00 )>m. lo 4:30 p.m.; Joiner. Fridays 9:30" 12 noon; and Wilson, Fridays '1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. . • Airrfien Off for Arabia >• CAIRO, Sepu 11. (UP) —George Truman and Clifford Evans .left loday In Iheir round-th«-worW pl- iwr cub SupcrcruUers for Duhrmn. Saudi Arabia. ' ' • The American »lrmen Tuesday from ROBW.

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