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\f BLYTHEV1LLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT Nl^TJURPAnH'O r^\f M^i^rrroir* em AT*.,, _ . _ '•^m*^^ w ^^^ VOL. XLIII—NO. 299 BiythevlUe Dally New? Blythevllle Courier _THE_DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NOUTHSA BT ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI lilythevllte Herald Mississippi Valley Leader IJI.YTHICVILUO, AKKANSAS, WKDNIOSDAY, MAKCU J2, I'M? TRUMAN SINGLE COMES' FIVtf *Bevin of Britain To Ask Molotov For Explanations Information Sought 1 Of Russian Handling Of Nazi Prisoners LONDON, March 12. (IIP) — British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin was quoted by Radio Moscow as charging at the Big Four meeting today that German war prisoners, both officers and men, were enlerinj; thc Soviet armed forces. MOSCOW, March i;» (UP) —British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bcvin will strike back sharply at V. M. Molotov today in the Big Four meeting, demanding .that the Russians explain v/Jit they are doing with the German prisoner they hold, it was learned. Bevin has decided upon a strong retort to Molotov's charge yesterday that the British have failed to demilitarize their zone of Germany and are keeping-more than 80,000 Germans In military formations. Molotov also implied that the British are hiding war criminals In the Rightest Yugoslav and Polish military units. It was also learned that Secrcta-, ry of state George C. Marshall will present a new proposal for the economic unification of the four German zones.. The plan was stil'l in p'^na ration. The United States has sought without success for more a year to remove the economic barriers separating the four zones. The American idea was for central administrative agencies to taka over zonal economic tasks. Byrnes rlan Presented The original Byrnes plan called fir six central administrative ag v'"if .for industry, finance, food and RErioultureT foreign trade; commu nications and transportation. They ivi're to be staffed bv Germans under direction Of the Allied Con !rol Council in Berlin. This called-for elimination o zonal authority over these agencie, —a condition the Soviets never ac ccpted. Marshall's proposal was expecte< to follow these lines closely bu may contain additional condition! Britain and the United States In vited Prance and Russia to linl their zones with the Anglo-Amer lean zones when the latter wer unified. % Russia has said she Is willing t< unify the whole country economi cully, but wanted zonal authorities lo retain the right to Interpret control council decision on economy. The United states has contended this would nullify the unification. Marshall sought today to keep the the council for foreign ministers hammering away at fundamentals of the German, issue instead of bickering nnd propagandizing over details. Marshall made clear that hc refuses to sit quietly and without protest through hours of wrangling over what lie considers non-essentials. Hc doesn't want the conference to bog clown In procedural debate. -'ay Increases -or Two Missco Officials Okayed LITTLE ROCK, Ark., March 12. -(UP)—A measure raising the sal- n<a of (he county and circuit ourt clerks in Mississippi County .'as on Gov. Ben Laney's rtcsK to- lay, follownlg completion of legis- atlvc action on the bill yesterday. Introduced by the entire house lelegatlon from Mississippi Coun- y, the bill calk for n boost from 3.000 [o 53,600 for the county clerk, ind from $3,600 to $4,200 for the Circuit clerk. / FOR GREECE TURKEY Truman Confers With New Ambassador to Britain Cotton Insurance Claims Stymied Senators Seek to Get Funds Released To Pay Farmers WASHINGTON, March 12. (UP! —Sen. John J. Sparkman, D., Ala., predicted today that Congress would act quickly to provide the funds needed to put the cotton insurance program back in operation. Payment of loss claims was haitedl yesterday by the Federal Crop In-' surance Corp. Secretary of Agriculture Clinton P. Anderson snid there was no money left to meet the claims. At the same time, Anderson said he would investigate why claims some areas had been "very hiph Payments were said officially to be running three or four times lly> amount of premiums collected. Sen. Richard B. Russell, D., Oa a member o{ the Senate .Appropriation Committee, called the stop- payment order "outrageous" ,mtl said he was "certainly going to looli into it." Russell said Anderson's action wat evidence of the worst kind of man. agement on the part of • the Department of Agriculture."'Farmers he said, should not be "penalized'' for mistakes made by the depart- Presidcnt Truman, left, conferred lor more thai White House, just before the latter was sworn in as tlie U. S. Ambassador to Great Britain. (NBA Teleplioto.) ment. He, Sparkinan and Sen. Elmer Thomas, D., Okla., former chairman of the Senate Agriculture Conru'i- tee, agreed that Congress was obligated to provide funds for meeting the insurance claims. Bearden's Tax Plan to Face Test in House ROCK, A r k .. March ,2 Manila Airport Progresses Washington Officials Due to Dead Tract Over to City Officials With the signing by government olficinls in Washington, D. C. of r, ucect for the properly, thc town of Manila has received assurance It will get possession of the surplus U.S. Leaders Seeking to Check Communism iii the Middle East By LYI/E 0. WILSON United 1'rcss Staff t'orrrsiinnilcnl WASHINGTON, March 12. (U.P,)— The record of the Greek crisis indicates tlmi. President Truman jivoidod picking «P the hot potato until it landed smack in his Inn. Behind (he scenes in engineering*- . !_ $400,000,000 Urged to Assist Soviet Union's Neighb m in Their Etononic Crises Communist Ban c *• ,• • • ~"—• - 1 " vwnf,. vnrt nj IJLI./VIIII: O f l Ulf.UUU UUVJ of fimmcin] uiul nuitorial aide—and military udviacrs-l'o bolster Greece and Turkey against tiircatcncd spread of luiKHimi loUhlaniiiiism in Use Middle East ' " " today's congressional showdown on Communist expansion in Europe and Asia were the powerful figures of Secretary of- State George C. Marshall and Gen. Dwight D. Elsenhow- 'Representative Gainings' tele- grnm said "Legal Division of War Assets Administration advises that pipers on disposal O f' Man!!a Auxiliary being execlited and will be put in the mall today. These are being sent to the regional office for dislribullon." The regional office referral to Is Die WAA branch in Little Ttock, whose Office of Real Property Disposal recently put Its stnmn of approval t.n Manila's proposal for acquisition of the field before submitting the papers to Washington fcr final signing: Representative Gainings was credited with expc- lley Dilworth, Former Manila Man, Dies Here Funeral services will be held at Manila tomorrow morning, 10 o'clock, for lley Dilworlh, 64. who died here last night at his home on North 10th St. after a four-year illness. The Rev. Mr. Horn, Manila Bap- iist minister, and the Rev. F. M. Sweet. Manila Methodist minister, will officiate. Mr. Dilworth had made his homo in Arkansas for 24 years, having moved here four ycnrs ago from Manila. He served as Sunday School -superintendent for Manila Methodist Church for four years. He is survived by his wife, Mr?. Sallie Dilworth; four daughters. Mrs. D. L. Trantham. Mrs. H. A. Taylor and Mrs. Guy Collier, all of Blytheville, and Mrs. C. M. Hughes ol Manila; a son. C. B. Dilworth of Blytheville; a sister, Mrs. H. R. Kinney of Alton. Ala.; a brother. W. M. Dilworth of Lubbock, Texas, and four half sisters, Mrs. C. A. Kinningham and Mrs. Herman Adiir of Blytheville, Mrs. Al Rosen burs of Ferguson. Mo., and Mrs. James P. Pearce of Waurika, Okla. Emerson Funeral Home of Jonesboro is in charge. ARKANSAS — Cloudy, showers and occasional rain today and to- !»Bht. A little warmer In East and South. Colder in Northeast portions today, colder tonleht Thursday cloudy to partly cloudy and colder. Occasional rain ending in e\t.rcme Northeast iwrlion. • titution will be recommended to receive delivery of thc deed, prob- ine House by a Joint Housc and ably will get the papers from Llt- toenate Congerence Committee (c- tie Rock late this week or early AII th llext wcck All tnree are Senate propr'snls No sctlnn on conversion activities need only House approval lo lo make the field a municipal alr- "" "' 1048 federal port, will be taken until a confer- ani l'<tt them on the election ballot, Dncc clm be hcM with thc c i vil une proposal would take the Aeronautics Authority croup in L'.t- stnte out of the ad valorem lax lie Rock to determine the p. . - "— • *"• ".^in diA 11 r ivvn;^ m VII;LI;I iiiULU tllG CAA'S iicm alter the next bicnmuui. it -stipulations and regulations con- was introduced by Sen Lc-2 Bear- ceinin;; the operation of sucn a of Lcachville and lias the field, it was said today. uacKing of the adminisrration H Mayor Brown stated that plans similar to one defeated by the fov conversion of the auxiliary field Passccd by the Senate ir.lo a municipal airport will not be only after reconsideration earlier vote. Another, introduced by John cioer of Springdjle. of an made until lhc deed is received In Manila. It is believed that thc town Sen. wns unopposed In its bidding for would Ihe property. While negotiations permit schoil districts lo fix their - wore underway, a temporary peril In '. 1 B . B <! tax ratc - mit has been in effect for operation ine third, the first lo hs in- or the field by the town. uoaucerl in this session and writ- Formerly an auxiliary lauding ,,„ IH • "•., would give the Crow of H "I )C - " Rl d for the Blylhcvlll c Army General Assembly Field, thc 640-.icr e tract is iDc Air eera Assemly Field, thc 640-.icr e tract is iDcutcd tne right to set up a system foi' cue-half mile north of Manila registration of voters. The law office or Shane and °f tho Lee County, c. G. Wacle of Washington County, and I, H. Chastain of Sebastian County; and Sens. J. B. Smith of Reyno, doer nnd Bearden. conference coir- Pendler handled negotiations L. Ward of the town of Manila. for Lions Club Arranged Ladies' Night Meeting Issues Appeal For Blood Donors A blocd donor clinic, sponsored Tim ,-,«,. t T i- i , ** 'A nioca oonor ciimc, s ^^nXX^}*« !» .»" Missel County the I Innc the Lions .,, i. , . r • mil be held March . it was announced at thc weekly meeting yesterday noon a t Hotel Noble. Films of thc 1946 World Scries were shown members at yesterday's 'r.eeting. Guests were-13. L Eu- hanks, E. R.. Mason, Raymond Pchmuck a:)d Bill Byrd. society, will be held at the political intervention in Eastern Europe.' Marshall could not conveniently appear now before n congressional committee, but lie could senr a bell-rinsing statement from Mos cow in support of nld-for-Grccce. The story of thc Greek crisis begins sonic weeks ago when Mark Ethridge, editor of the Louisville'^ Ky., Courier-Journal, and Paul Por-' ter, former head of OPA, bemm bombarding Washington with cablegrams in code warning of condlr. tions in Greece. Ethridge i» the American member of an Allied commission in Greece. Porter is on a special mission for President Truman to investigate Greek conditions. Both urc believed to have warned the administration that the British contemplated withdrawing from Greece. Our intelligence also heard Ihi-se reports. Intelligence oiricers were inclined to think they were a ish bluff designed merely to persuade the United States to hurry some additional funds into Greece;. But the British lorced thc issue on Feb. 23 in a note formally advising thc United States that the once-powerful British Umpire no longer could afford lo maintain a small Greek occupalionary fnrco. The note said the British would pull out at the end of this month. Up to that time thc Greek crisis and its implications were very hush- hush hereabouts. Everyone apparently hoped things were not as bad as Porter and Ethridge were reporting by cable. The British note did it. On Feb. 27 Mr. Truman summoned congressional leaders to the White Housc. Marshall stepped before' them and rang an alarm be'l the like of which has not been heard here since before the Marshall lold thc congressmen that British withdrawn! would \K followed by civil war in Greece. Civil war, he continued, would be followed by Communism. Hc predicted the spread of unrest to Turkey ami said that if his prediction proved to be accurate, Communism undoubtedly would sweep Asia. In the Wcr.t hc foresaw a Communist bulge In Italy and probably in France If Greece were abandoned to thc So- vlcl Union. The secretary of slate took (h; Truman GetsGOP Support on Rents Toft of Ohio Opposes increase*tn Rates' For Property Owners WASHINGTON. March 12. (UP —President Truman won powerful Republican support today In r.E« campaign against a general increase in rent ceilings. Sen. Robert A. Tuft, R., o., clu man of the Senate Republican Policy Committee, announced his opposition to any across-lhc-boau rent Increase and proposed u suh- stltule plan of his own. Taffs plan, worked out wl'.. freshman Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, R., Wis would continue ren To Be Debated House Committee to Begin Hearings on Ponding Measures WASHINGTON, March 12. (UP) —A legislative drive lo outlaw the Communist Party in the United Stales sol under way In Congress today. Chairman, J. Parncll ThoniM announced that his I rouse committee on UnAiiicilcnn Activities will begin hem-Inns soon on two bills to bun the Communists, Two members of Prcilclcnt Tru- mnn's ciiblnet—Secretary of Lu'ior Lewis ij, Schwcllenbach and Attorney General Tom O, Clark—a'.- rcady have endorsed the principle of outlawiiiK Ihe Communist party. The bills to achieve that objective have been introduced by Re|>s. John K. nankin, o., M1sv, and Hurry R. Sh'eppard, .O.. Cal. Congressional attention today was concentrated on Prcsld,?nt Truman's special message unking aid for arcccc and Turkey, but In out-of-sliite. colleges riot avail- there ulso were these develop- "I'' 0 In Arkansas. Introduced by mcnts: I Hep. Max Howc'lt of Pulaski Ooun- Thrcut—Hep. Carrol D. Keurns,' l J'i 'he measure would pay part of R., PH.. a member of the House' ll'o tuition for training In vctcri- Labor Committee, revealed that nary medicine, rionlstry, nrchltcc- ho had received n "mysterious" lure and other courses not Imine- Iclephone call, warning him to dlatcly available in Arkansas, ' ', change his ideas about labor. He) The Senate also approved one said he got • the • mionyinou't call; measure requiring all .school cm- last night. SUGAR—A beet .sii^iir Industry official told thc i-ionae Backing Ccinnilllce his assoclutloa v»is $111- liiS! for susar control.-; to be lifted. If Congress thou'-jat It advisable. Tired Lawmakers loGuitTomorrow Senators Approve Subsidy for Pupils Studying Dentistry 11V HOB IIROWM Unitcit 1'rc.ifl Stuff Correspondent LITTLE ROCK. Ark,. March 12. —A tired Arkansas legislature to- r.ay moved slowly toward final adjournment as the Senate passed six lilils and the 'House passed three. Baring unfoisecn action, the leg- Is! ntroa will close Ihelr 5Dth General Assembly nt noon tomorrow. Th e senate approved and sent to Gov. Ucn Lnncy ft bill providing 150,000 a year im 'subsidy payment.'; for vclcrmis desiring college courses But hc said If controls arc permitted to die now It mLtjht give, the industry n "'>lrck eye" and send prices "sky high.' Surplus—A Stale Department of- ploye.s to hnvo health certificates ami another appropriating $50,000 a year for construction.- hi Arkansas parks. . , -'•', _._-.,, Political Hill Defeated Defeated In tho Senate 28 to P v/ns a House bill that would have repealed a law requiring signatures an all' political advertisements Sponsored by Ron. j'Alcne Word of Mississippi County, the measure , flcial suld American-owned MH-- . had passed In .lhc House SB to 20. plus properly Is not nilcrlug Intel Meanwhile, ihc House npproveci a ~ ' ' bill by Sen. Ellis Fagan of Little Rock allowing the Workmen's Compensation Commission to raise llvi maximum benefits fcr employes from $15 to $20 a wick and lowui minimum contributions of emplo\v Russia as far -"\s is knowti. Tho testimony was yivon ' beforo thi House Executive EX')enHUui'r:i sub? committee ^nvcsllgntlng surplus properly. Income Taxes—Sc':nHary of the - , , . , • ----- — , ., n Treasure John W. Snytler hinted crs from one to one-half 'per cent. control imtil March 1 10-18 umini-1 hc Illl8hl l):; rclcl)1 - l "» a llltlD wt Tllc Housc "'-^ approved a sup,]]-;' the administration of a new rent, adjustment and decontrol board. It would authorize more liberal "hardship" rellel for qualified landlords ralher than a lint Increase. New housing would be decontrolled immediately. Prompt action on the proposed bill was promised by Sen. C. DaiiK- lass Buck, R., Del., chairman of a Banking Subcommittee now working on a rent bill. N. Y. Stocks 2:00 p.m. quotations- A T & T Tobacco Anaconda Copper . Beth Steel Chrysler Gen Electric Gen Motors Montgomery N Y Central I:it Harvester Republic Steel Hnciio Socony Vacuum , Studebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp Packard 107 3-4 75 39 91 7-8 Health'unit here April 9 to ob- ', Precaution lhat evening of advising tain donations for the Arkansas State Blood Plasma Program. This program, carried on by thc a select group of newspaper report- crs of the Greek crisis. But 'they were told in confidence pendiu;; the i DV L;IU I , .-, University of Arkansas School of! ""Monmciit of some kind of t!rm Medicine Blood Plasma Bani was i « am "iistratlo!i policy on thr ma set up to provide plasma without , ''• " 1e stor y Promptly charge lo any ill or wonndc-.l pei- son in the state who requests it, regardless of the hospital lo which hc is admitted. Small Girl's Body Found; Officers Seeking Maniac FRESNO. Cnl., March 12.—(UP^ 35 3-8 —The mutilated body Of a niuc- •ie c o y ra r-old girl who had been missing 35 5-8 58 1-4 57 18 1-4 79 3-8 •73 1-4 9 14 •21 1-2 04 1-8 56 1-2 C 1-2 ii:ice yesterday morning has been found in a dry stream bed near Ihe Kings River northeast of Sanger, Hal., thc sheriff's office reported today. Undcrshcrlff John Ford reported to his office that the girl. ES!'*T L?e Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis of lhc Hanger however, from congressional anj other sources. By the end of February tion was on notice that Mr. Truman contemplated some kind of political intervention in Greece nnd to check the immediate spread of Communism in ETastern Europe and its ultimate spread elsewhere in Europe and throughout Asia. 250 Legionnaires Attend Post's Dinner Meeting Approximately 250 members at- lended a supper-meeting of Dud Cason Post 2-1 last night at the Lesion Hut. Following the supper and a brief business meeting, tho Lesionnnires were shown films of Churchill Raps Britain's Labor Government LONDON, March 12. ruP)—Win- ston Churchill, rising lo move a vote of no-confidence against lhc Labor government today, accused it of per- nctrntln; a "crime against thc British stnte and people" in pursuing its policies. Churchill, leading lhc opposition attack on thc government in Commons debate on Labor's economic tenets, unlimbcred (hc big guns of his famous oratorical arsenal. The Housc was Jammed, In contrast with the slim attendance in the first two days of the debate. In his opposition to n Republican-j mental appropriation of $51,000 to asked blanket cut In income taxes. Increase the salaries of Slate Rang- He said hc did not favor a "gen- crs effective April 1. eral cut" In taxes. Defeated In the House was one bill that would have required railroads and trucking companies to share In the expenses of the Public Service Commission, and another that would have allowed city councils to install parking meters. Thc House adopted a resolution appointing Rep. J. A. Glpson uf' Saline County as a one-man committee to Investigate at his own expense various slate hospitals in thc United States and file his report with tho governor. Slndium Bill Approved Given an okay in both thc Sen- Farm Bureau Pushes Drive For Members Urlvc workers partlclpatinB In the 1017 Farm Buicnu rnemlKrshlp drive in North Mississippi County will hold n "check-up" meeting at 7:30 Friday night at thc Rustic Inn here. H. C KnappenherEcr, Farm Buronii sccietary, said today. Al Ihls dtnncr-rnccllnK. pro^reFs of the drive to dale will be checked and discussed. Thus far. lhc campaign for n Roal of 2100 mrmnsrs hns reached the half-way mark, Mr, Knappcnborgcr said. With more than 2250 members obtained to dale In South Mississippi County, thc county-wide number stands nt approximately 3350. The Mississippi County goal is 42OT members aud the drive t.s scheduled to end the lasl of this month. * He directly charged that Com-j nunlsls aru Irying to und'jfmliipf thc Greek .^government, Thc President put the historib '. Iccislon up to' Congress In a per-' wnal rppenrunce before a solemn loint session ol House and Sanatq. Without directly mentioning Russia, Air, Truman accused" her of violating Ihe Valta nxlrccmcnt by forcing totalitarian regimes upon Poland, flo- '••' nmiilu and Itulgaria. To foiesuin a similar falc for Greece and Turkcv "in this-fateful hour," he said the United State's' should take "Immediate and .reso- lulc acllon." He therefore oskad >ngress to: ' ' - ••:1—'Provide S<OO.COO.ODo to did Greece nnd Turkey. 2—'Authorize the dclail of American civilian and military personnel to Greece and Turkey, at rer quest ol those countries, to help In reconstruction and to supervise use of whatever financial and material assistance Is furnished.' 3—.Authority to provide for "ilYo Instruction and training of scieclcd Greek and Turkish personnel." 4 — Authority to, permit "the speediest ani; most 1 effective use, Interms of needed commodities', supplies, and cqmpment, .of . such funds as authorized." 'Mr Tcuman laid nations must choose now because democratic and; totalitarian wajs 'at che present moment-in :wo'rld history.' "This Is a serious count- op- oij - which we emb%rk," he sald.t 'I would at rc<-ommi-Jd ji «-'• «»*t, llhjb' **T« „ »lt««atlt* t S ,•., Much more seftous.*' ^ Hy warred bluntl; lhat "If we falteh lii our leadership, »e may cndnngar the ' peace of the world 1 —and wo' shall surely endanger the welfare of our own nation.'.';',;; His grim speech ,the most iihv I pirtnr.t since World War II, em- ' jihnslzcd Ihe sharp split between the West and the East; between the United States and Russia. ; V' "Should we fall to aid Greece and Turkey In this fateful-hour,'.' hc solenuily - warned, "the effect will be tar reaching to the West as wnll as to thc East." . - . Mr. Truman spoke against £ backdrcp of critical world events. Thc foreign ministers of the Big Pour— 1 Britain, France, Russia and the united states—now are meeting in Moscow to try to shape peace treaties for Germany- and •Austria. No one knows what effect Mr. Truman's declarations may have on this meeting. . • •Russia, 'has temporarily recalled Sec IMUOO.WO ;pri Pagc;:3 Influenza Cases Cause Closing of Burdette School Classes will nol be held nl BIT- dctte School the remainder of the week because of the inilucnza rpl- demic, Mrs. sclma Morgan, principal, announced lotiay. School will be resumed Monday morning. district, apparently had been kill- the lo-lti World Scries and Ihe All- by a "maniac.'' Star g.imc. British Forces Intercept Ship Carrying Refugees ~^ JERUSALEM. March 12. (UPi — British forces intercepted thc grounderi 400-ton vessel Susanna today as it tried to unload unan- thoiizcd Jewish refugees on the Southern Palestine const and boarded it against slron« resistance. Thc coastal clash followed by a few hours a pre-rinwn raid by Ihe Jewish Underground against n stone-walled British Army paymaster's headquarters In Jerusalem. At lenst one British soldier was killed and seven rcriously wounded. Tho nttnckers used morlnrs, dynamite and small arms, ate nnd House yesterday was the bitterly-fought stadium bill, providing for n »1CO,000 memorial I.KGISLATURG on I'a c sla- 5 Truman's Appeal Poses Fateful Decision for U. S, WASHINGTON, March 12.— (UP) — President Trutnnn's appeal for aid to Greece a"rt Turkey today posed a fateful decision for members of Congress, who said It places the nation — and Congress — at thc crossroads. Members generally reacted cautiously to Mr. Truman's historic speech, but agreed that 11 has far reaching Implications. Thc attitudes cut across party lines. Russian Embassy Reports Two Envoys Called Home Grcat Britain Opposes Pacific Bases for U. S. LAKE SUCCESS. N. Y.. March 12.—(UP)—Great Britain offered fresh objections lo the United Slates' Pacific Islands trusteeship p'an today, threatening another de- lav In United Nations approval. Tlie British announced their opposition to provipions which would give Ihe United Stales a preferred economic popltloii In lhc 621 Japanese-mandated Iflands. Thc UN.The Russian Embassy announced preparing to transfer thc Islands | today that George Zaroubin, vict ambassador to London, left today for Moscow. LONDON, March 12. (U.P.I — the Marlnnos, Marshall* and Carolines to exclusive American control. Reece Obtains Quota in Drive For Red Cross A total of S53430 was added yesterday afternoon to the annual Rsd Cross financial drive now underway lo push total contributions to date to $8113.33. Joining the numerous other com- munillc£ which have reached their quotas was Recce, where E. H. Cald- wcll Is In. charge of collections. Working toward a quota of $50, donations there amounted lo $51.' A report from drive leader Luther Thompson, In Dogwood stated that $33.50 had been collected there thus far nnd that more was in the offirig. Louis Applebaum turned in aiv additional $55 from solicitations In the section from Railroad to Second streets, boosting his total to date to $543. From Jimmic Sanders ihid Be:i Henderson, In charge of solicitations In the wholesale and industrial organizations, came from employes of Ihe Rice-Sti\ Co., mlslng their total collections lo $659.20. Bringing their collections so far to $179. Allen Pickard and Melvin Halsell turned In $82 in further donations from suburban retail organizations. Otho Stanficld added $5 lo his Broadway to Railroad I streets solicitations, coincided Number Nine also reached its- War Hero Killed SOUTH PITTSBURGH. Tcnn., March 12.—(UPi—Raymond Cooley, 31, congressional medal of honor winner, wns killed almost In- stiinlly early today when his convertible coupe overturned at a sh.irp curvo on the highway near here. Znroubin's departure " e jjig pour slou Q uola ana suomin Foreign Ministers In Mlscosv and Actions this morning. Charles C. an announcement that MlkolM V. Lingston Jr. is the drive commlt- Novlkov. Soviet ambassador to vhe 'c«nan there. Another is was add- Unitcd States, would leave for Ihe eti to Burdetle's total, now past its British delegate Sir Alexander with thc meeting of the Big Four. * 15 <J 5 uot ,*, antl submUted Its col- Cadogan planned lo raise Ihe ob- •--"- - "-' '•- "'---'- " Jcclions this afternoon when the security council meets. Russian capital row. by plane tomor- Wcather Moderates Lowest temperature recorded here during last night was 39 degrees, Recording to Robert E. BJftylock, of- llclal weather observer. Yesterday's highest tcinpfrnlnre was 58 degrees. S150 goal by £10.50. N. Y. Cotton 1:39 p. m. Quotations Mar. .......3530 3538 3X0 3JW May ;. 3415 3«i,3414 .3W July 3215 32BS J2I5 K216 O;t 5958 2«6 2TS7 2915 Dec :.. 2874 2909 2858 2839

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