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VOL. XUV—NO. 310 Biythevllle Dally Navr BIyth»vUle Courier — ™°°»l»*#r N K WSPAt.,K OK NORTHEAST AKK ANS ~ ^^ * ^ * * ^ Austin to Speak Before UN on US. Aid in Near East American Delegate Reveals Plans After Talking With Truman WASHINGTON, March 25 (U.l>.)—Warren R. AiiKliu, U. S. Uepi-oseiitiitivo to the United Nations, will jjo before the UN Security Council Friday to rnaku a statement on tho Greek and rui-kisli situation. Auslin himself disclosed his plan after conlcrrins with President Truman nnd Acting Secrelary of Slate Dean Acheson for an hour loday. Failure of Ihe u. S. lo advise the United Nations of the reasons for Us S-llB.Oao.oCO program ID bolster Greece and Turkey against Communism has been a chief point of criticism raised in Congress. Chili:man Charles A. Eaton of the House Foreign Affairs Committee said meantime that Hie S1CO.COO.CCO program obviously cannot b? passed by the .March 31 deadline originally set by the administration. He therefore urged Ihat S103.OCO.QDO be advanced by the Reconstruction Finance Coro as a stop-gup measure lo slart trie program. He was uncertain however, whether hc would introduce legislation to authorize this S| A S he left the White House Austin told reporters: "I'ni foing to make a statement in the first meeting that the Security Council holds after mv return to New York. "I can only say aiout the contents that it will deal thoroughly with the Item in our Security Council business which relates to the disturbances on the Northern border of Greece" Later he said hi., statement also would deal with Turkey. He said he would ask UN Secretary General Trygvc Lie today TO put, the Greek problem on the Security Council agenda for a meeting at II a.m. EST Friday Emphasizes Need for speed 'Meanwhile, Undersecretary of State William L Clayton told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee ,'hat the Greek-Turkish program . must be put into effect quickly. Sen.~V.feUcr .p. George; D'.- Ga.; in an envious reference to Russia, said this country must Uike the lead in "throwing up barriers air»inst...expanding powers." Gsnrgc. a member of the Por- ci::ii Relations Committee and once it-' chairman, said this country nuist ndrpi. a "positive policy" toward expansion by other nations. Otherwise, he said, the administration's Greek-Turkish aid program would" be "nothing, Mit relief! George did not mention Soviet Russia by name. But lie asserted t!r.-t the United States must cb- tain (he aid of other countries "in checking expansion Ihat may not stop nt the ocean harriers." Clayton harl lold the committee that U. S. a ; rl to G-e?cc «ns cssi-iitial to enable that ctnmlry (n fi»ht back against cncrrilln bands in Ihe North whirh President Truman has said arc Communist-lert. Clavton testified that $150.001.000 in proposed u. S .cconcmlc assistance to Greece may be Just "nn initial pushoff." Questioned bv Committee Cliair- i-an Arthur H. Vandenberg. R., Mi:h.. about possible future additional aid to Greece. Clayton said the administration intended to pbce the country in position to obtain nid from the international bank and other world institutions. He said loan.s to Greece now "harrllv would receive serious consideration" as a business proposition. But lie added that with U. S. aid that country might be considered a sound risk later. Clayton snid an economic mis- f.ion of 25 to 50 experts might be tent to Greece "at the outset." Hc said U. S. supervision of Greece's lax structure, export-impart policies, and currency would be needed lo make American aid effective. 'Asked by Vandenberg if fiscal reforms would be made a prerequisite to American aid. Clayton replied thnt he visualized no trouble in reaching agreement on that rcoie with the Greek government. Meanwhile .two democratic semi- tors, Claude .pepper. Fla.. and Glen H, Taylor. Ida., condemned the administration plan as a step toward war with Russia. They proposed instead a substitute calling for S250.COD.OCO in nonmilitary aid for Greece only. Their program woulrt b? administered by i Ihe United Nations. Says Sliced Is Essential Both President Truman and Acheson have insisted, however, that the UN is not equipped to help cither Greece or Turkey, either with money or arms. In any case. Acheson has argued, a UN relief program would be beset by delays at a time when speed is urcenf. Clayton lold lh c Senate committee that Greece must have U. S. help right new "if suffering and political turmoil are to be avoided." Clayton said the "bottom of the Sec POLICY <ni Page 3 Hlvthm'llle Herald Mississippi Viilley Leader Soybean Yield Contest Plans To Be Discussed A joinl meeting of the- Agricultural committee of the junior Chamber of Commerce and t/ ;c Soybean Program l>laniiin r Committee to complete detail.-; - (I -d rules for the Mississippi County Soybean Yield Contest to bo sponsored this year by the Javccc; will be held tomorrow nigh o'clock at the Delta cafe. Duclos Family Enters Contest First in North Missco To Sign for Balanced Farming Competition A. C. Duclo.s. of (he Promised UiPd community, became Ihe fir.st aimer in North Mississippi County to enter his family iM lllc A] -k,msas Balanced Farming contest, wns disclosed loday. The Duclos family farms 150 res 0,1 Route 2 near Hie promised Land community and was Ihe first Place winner in Ihe tenant division the piniit-fn.prnQiio,. contest in .!!^^*1J?!?^^ :Vlt,tJO, A K KANSAS, TUKSDAY, MAKCI! LTi, First to Enter Balanced Farming Contest SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS' niera are nine members lo the clo.s family with s i x , JO y s and one -, nil of them being leaders in farming in t hi s vicinity. Jacl- Duclos. a son. is president of the Mississippi County 4-n CIl , b Council, has been .1 member of the council for the past six years. Another son. Leo. is president of (he Promised i.,nncl 4-H Club. Johnny Duclos..another s on was county champion in the 4-n club co.ton production contests in I<M~> and 194G. Cotton and soybean, arc Ihe mam product of the Duclos farm Mr. Duclos slated, with hay and TO also being raised, tic "raises Jib own stock and vegetables hnv- mf recently killed lo boss. The Arkansas Balanced Fanning Program, the first of ils kind in the stale, i s being sponsored by the Arkansas Press Association and ninny or the individual newspapers, including the Courier News. Five Phases of Competition The contest will be divided into five divisions. They are: lenants and sharecroppers, landowners, home improvement, plantation owners, ancj a live-at-home competition-for Negroes.-The purpose for the contest Is to assist in the establishment of a belter balanced, more stable and prosperous farming program in the stntc. Each county n-intier will receive :in invitation to the state meet •-vSSli winners In the state meet, re- ceivine; invitations to the plant-to- praspcr contest in Memphis county awards will lotnl 5500. with slalc awards totaling $1.250 with an additional $1.100 assured in sweep- slake prizes. Each county will select a com- miuee lo conduct the conies;. Mississippi County will, in nil probability, be divided into two sections with winners in both sections being eligible lo compete in the stnlc meet. Members of the committee in the North half o f the enmity are: u G. Nash. Hoy ljute. James Hill, H. B. Richardson. Louis cherry. Harry Haines, Mrs. George Bunch. Mrs. Essie Davis. Mrs. I.ec Stiles, Mrs, Walter Lutes, and "Mrs. C. M. Abbott. They hnv e a meeting scheduled for this afternoon. The Arkansas-Missouri Power Company has announced that it will donate S500 to be used lor paying awards fn North Mississippi County. Pastor's Wife Dies, Funeral This Afternoon ep •'"'•' Oc ' open high low 1:30 2000 2012 M!M 2010 3S27 3540 3516 3543 33SV J3G8 3.151 33BB 3011 3054 3035 3054 Funeral services will be hi-1'1 4 p. in. today for Mrs. Jane She herd, wife of the Rev. T. U. Shepherd, who died yesterday niter- noon, 4:30 o'clock at her liotrc nl 405 Lilly street. She was SO. Kites will hc al the Firf! Baptist Church with the Rev. D. B. Blc-i- soe. associate pastor, officiating Burial will be in Elnuvooil Cemetery. Mrs. Shepherd was n member of well-known Blythcvill? family and had lived here many years. Olher than her husband' she is survived by two sons, Otis Shrp- herd of Blythcville and Leslie Shepherd of Columbus. Oa.- a daughter. Mrs. w. J. Mariner's o' Blythcville; and a step-daughter Mrs. Eli McGhee of Hi-rrhblir' Ark. Pallbearers will be Col. tvy \V Crawford. W. Marion Wili'iomr..' Mike Buchannn. Theodore Logan O. J. Rodger.? and Hiclia.-i Roh*i«i! Holt Funeral Home is in charge. Child is Injured A boy about three ycais old. and Higher Than Ever In Time olRcace 10 Billions of Dollars Cut from National Debt in Single Year "v AUlItt) || <;|||.:(i<)IIV Ulllli'il Press Slalf C»l lTMliiluli.nl Treaty Ratification MOSCOW, 0. Ma 0 " Alinrli 2r>. (11.1'.) lllllll |>ril|!l)M'(| loililV rivlar.v () f gtntc liK> whole the yi:u of IIUD. 'line lire .sonic .•<JKII||II'«II( iiMnls In (lie envi-i-iimi'm's in-csc-ni ti.sc.il pl:'lliri!; I. The current J-CM,-. || sr ,,i ln .|7 ciulliiK this Juno ;m. bids well u> CI-,C.',IK- the Mi-si since It3 n tll >vln;h Ihe Kuvriiiiiirnl will whirl 'in wlili a sin-phis ol cn-ih over ' sin-plus hlKhcst of Hi,. test, which is being sponsored in Mississippi cmii'ty county arjent, Mrs. Duclos, Mr. Duclos and son, jock. by the Courier News. Is A. O. :o enter the con- Lcft lo rlehl—Keith Utlbroy, (Courier News Pholi,.) Government Gets ln!o Phone Strike Labor Department Hopes to Prevent Walkcut on April 7 WASHINGTON. Mnrch 25. (UP I —The government stepped In today lo avert the nationwide, telephone strike threatened for April 7. Assistant Secretary of Labor John W. Gibson, scheduled conferences with telephone company officials after the policy committee of the ?M- tional Federation of Telephone Workers (IndJ voted iijinnlinoiisly to call 325,000 telephone workers , rers from their jobs at 6;00 a.m.. April 1. The union committee said Us action wns necessary to support demands for a S12-weckly pay bn-st and improved working conditions Gibson will fly to New York Liter today io confer with American Telephone and Telegraph Company officials. clTorls w of last year's threatened walkout a bnro 25 minutes before the strike deadline. The union's policy committee instructed President Joseph Doirnp to "invite" A. T. ,t T. ollicinls once iiBain lo bairjain with the union on n national liasis "not laler lhaf April 1." Bicrnc sent the invU.ilion last nil-lit and will rcpmt back it) Ihe policy commitlee with the cr,in- panj-'s rr-ly this aftcrroon Th" union said the company had insisted on bargaining at local levels instead of nationally."In Uic interest of the public and of the people we represent ever" effort shall be made lo reach a :;:,•- isfactory agreement," Ihe committee said. "But. the A. T. A T., by itn refusal to direr counter proposals to >ur demands and by its action in tryin- to move backwards in contr.icl 'nai- lers. lias restricted the course <il action of the union." jobs, it would 1 K (he first nation- I wide strike uf 1947. Automobile, steel I and rubber workers unions eillu-r have reached nr>rocment or h,-.v> cxlr-ndcd tlu-ir contracts beyond Ilic expiration dale to forestall -i-ik<- 'Ction. ' " iVr.ny union leaders nrc urein» co-slow policies to prevent slrikes «'lilie- Congress is considcrin" row •f'Oi-1- icforms. They fcnr that strikes) ,-ii-,i- would only increase demands '••v stringent labor 1,-uvs. Grocers Boost Price of Bread In Blytheville Thr price of brend in some cry stores in Blythcville wns in- C|<\is«l in some insinnce., two nnd tnrec cents per lo.it today Bakers i«_ Little Rock hiked the wholesale once one cent per loaf. N. Y. Stocks 2:0n p.m. fliiolatioiiv A T ,v T '' Atner Tobacco copper whose last name was said to IjeJBc-th steel" Welch, was treated nl a. doctor's Chrysler office here late yesterday lor rMil-' Gen Electric liplc contusions received when'the G^n Motors' child was struck by a car about, Montgomery Ward" 12 miles West of Blythr-villc on! N \* central Highway 18. The accident was ap-' Int Harvester' "'" parcntly not repiirtcd io law en- Rrnublic sti-rl' '" forcenient officers, Sncony Vacuum Stndebakcr . ... ARKANSAS—Fair and continued Tt-xns Corp cool today and tonight. Wanner In Packard ' " lhc aflcrnooii Wcduc.sdnj. I u S Slcel Weather 90 1-2 OS I-'2 35 3-8 59 1-4 57 3-4 17 3-4 8-1 27 3-4 8 7-S 14 3-8 •21 1-8 G»i 5-8 5D 1-4 (1 3-R 72 Head Urges Caution by US In Move to Outlaw Communism WASHINGTON. March 25. ((J.P.)-|'re,sklt,ul Wil|i- lm K proc,, ,„ i hu An, C ,-ic HJ1 .Federation of Lal.o ,i, , v ere is. very ,- c «l danger" fn mi Cnmtmmisls liut I a ""Miuvintj t) lc Communist 1'arly would be •'UiilaiiiotiiU. U a of Hie ideas and ideals Wind is Blamed For Three Deaths Weother Dtr^ir' Off Snow, Fog in Antics Across the Nation By Uiillcd I'russ Storms disrupted inins|>orlntli.n from Michigan to Massuchusili-i (othty. tossing up snow, tog nnd Q3-nule an hour winds. Three persons—two Tcnne.-.siaiv, nnd a I-'ittebnryh molorlst—wen 1 eleetrociuccl by raibn wires knocked down hy the hii;h winds The M catapulted out of (lie storm area left a trail of splintered telephone poles from Miyvmrl to Atlanta, Cia. Planes were grounded j>v snow al Detroit and 'by IY> K in New England. Advancing in front nf t!v snowfall, hi K h wintls roared ''asiw'arc' into Pcnnsylvanin and NI-..V York Male. The snowfall i-xtpjuird lr<,in l;wcr Michigan southward into Centra] Ohio. C.ladivin. Midi., reported fix inches nf .snow. By tonight llu- storm thrcaieni'd lo thun;i [our or live inchcr. of snow on bclroil. Toledo, nutfatn. cicvci'.iu.l a-id oilier Eastern cities I routine on Uic Circa I Lnkrs. Airpolls were closed also at Cleveland. Winit Damage. Heavy Extensive daouiRi- lo le-l 'phni.i: and light ]inlcs was reported in Tennr-s.srt! where Join-. II. IIUUIT-I, M. of Mt. Pleasant nnd p,cb';ri I..l«'irricf. 42 year old NI-^II, :,t Nashville were electrocuted hy lulling Hi'c wiles. fn Nar-hvilh' more than ion .vik-i: were torn clown by winds n-at I'-iiir; a velocity o( as miles nn hour in gusts. A ohinx-li slceiilc was d-un- ngcd .severely and plate glass windows were smnshcrl. In Georgia where the incrcurv liar] climber! lo Hi degrees cliiri-'i tile day teniiicniluvcs of :to rlt-^rccs were rrrordrtl dniinj; the iii-,-ht a. Busts ul> to (!0 miles an m.ur s-plintcred telephone an:l power lines. At Nc\v Orlean.s. the V/rail-,er Burcau ordered small craH winnings from Morgan city. Ki,. io St. Marks. Fin. The head of the nttiibn's largest labor union told the House Un- Amcrican activities committee that reslriclivc legislation would only drive the Communists underground, make martyrs of them, and defeat the very purpose of the legislation. * The committee | s cons:dcriiw legislation to make it Illeeal to hold membership in the Communist party or for communist party members lo run [or political oflicc. Committee Chniriniui ./. Pnrnell Thomas, R., N. j., s!l j tl meanwhile he susi'fcls Russia is making pro- eicss on Ihe nlomic bomb H c said he believed ihl s is why Rn M i a 15 .mi. H.-H.-KUH1I] uompuny of- | '"-willing to reach an International Hc headed the sovernmei.t j ngrcemcnt on atomic cnerKy. which resulted in settlement Green said then; Is verv real ve.ar's ihrpnixnnri !„:„,,: danger from Communist Infiltration of American political action, educational and other groups. Out lie snid the threat could not be mi-.l successfully with Ihe intolerant v-e-ipons or lotalltarlaiilsm. "We nrc keenly aware ol the need for the United stales to rrrocm/." it< lull duly it; yunrd vigilantly nrrilnst Ciiiniuiinist activities which have been subversive, seditious and sometimes even treasonable" Urccn .sale!. "Ncverlhclcss. the Amcricnn Ted- cratlon of Lnbor ! s comnelled to r-itcr HA- owxisftion to these iim- IWials ns incoiiMSlcnt. with the American constitution and is III:'.'- 1.V lo ticicnt lhc very purpose they feck to jiccnmnlisb." '. Not ,-nly would such law, l, c an j STJCch n;id press, nrec"n said, but they wmild pu; this cniinirv In n false oositlon in its campaign to tree millions of Europeans anrt 2 Tin 1 proscnl 3'i'MWOCCn l.s tin- hMwy of the ,- m :<. DC; pile the ullminititun »i n . ic.s.-. proill.s tnxcs nl tin; oiil.scl ot i'ali-nd.iv year in-m. ,, m i H snm |l i.u in pjrsona! Income luxes net in come ol Iho Treasury In the li.'i.-n Vi-nr lo date l.s nli'no.st rrnwl' t. thai of Iho uomparnble irair.ct last -I. Then- now is nn dfMclt- ii t he roncsnondlni: period iiist yi-n there was n di-licll of *ln.C00.6:fl,- n. SpcniiiiiK hy tin. K oveinmcnl ni the Ilscnl year since inst -luls 1 totals about SSII.Cbl.CQD.rtn 1] I hi: like i;crlod ol the- pruvlou In little, iniire than n y ra i- I In- Rovi-vnmciH l:iii ,.,,t ,n u , liulillc debt from more (Iian aill.ODtl.Otia.OllO In $'!5U,IKKI,«OO.OM. •More cmployincnl than was drenine:! of at,'this . prrlcd rlsinii prudiifllon' and thoconstnnt demand for, consumer dnrabh. poorls are spin'.' of Die' r»a.wiM win- fcd- i-i-il income is brcnklng nil 'peacetime records, Since July I. nd. Income of lhc irnvci-iiincnt, han totnli-cl $:il) r>09 oOa- MO. ft wns S31,n45.CIOa.COO in the ninixin-ble pcrlnd Inst yenr. Net income In the first Jo days .[ Mm-h aKb'i'enatcd S3 B-15.000 COO lompnrctl with $3,6-150301)^0 In the ;:orre; ponding period ot March last year. Tills despite the faol thnl Ihe t'ovcyinienl fpml almost ns uillfh to dale In Afniclt ns U tpsllt In the, Ilko- nwlod • of Miu-ch last year—S2 027.000.OCfl, ngnlnst *a - 7r>i coo coo. Tills F'|i:ndiiis Included $200,COO,- C01 on the Brit I'll lo-> n which did net orcnr In Mnrc-h in^O. Also included were income ln>: refund^ ot S232.COO.C03. siKiilnst only *i:!!).COO.- D:O In the first 20 days of Mnruli last yenr. Russia Invokes UN Veto Powers Security Council Wove Against Albania Killed by Grotnyko IvAKK aUCCElM, N. y.. Mjnvli 25. (Ul')--lliis.sla iiacd Hi,.' United Nations vctu ];o,vc r lor (lie iir.t time in hull a y;-iir todii; lo ki I a security council decision al i eel at Albania. •S'lvlet l>dcg:U« Andrei Cir( mvko ic.sinled to the Hi-c: rlly Cnuneil velo on lhl s [Iret onnlwnivy oi Ihe council's trunsfor lo tin- linltcd Stales, Kcriipiilng a resolution which woti.rl h-u-e found A:i)in!ti guiitv ol "knowliii!" nb;nl mhir K W hl--h killed 44 British OTiunmi l- s t Od 22 In the Corfu Olr.uirl. Thr iV.soliitlon. sup;ort d by III'-- lemili-pd mnjirlly of seven co-'n- trl"s, nlso wuld brv cli'l'Mtivl A'binliv | UH | nrliu'n t o n-uol'ut* n private .sCttlemrjnl. '-..iillsfa l-i-v" lo both or come tu-lt lo the S-- Clirlty Cnnutill" If they lonul it In-'iossiblc. It wis nussln's 10th use of ithc Bli! Five volo power lo kU coun- rll nctlon. The l«sl U:rc w.s on Sept. 20. when arinvyko rtcf-aleH nn Ameiiwin |>rrposal tor a t-o-d-r commlssliin lo Investigntc (iM;.bl • In tho nu'kinm. , Tho bubble of rally dr-amni- icnl. us eonto-»rlnl:tl b' Kirsl i.: •us j>ric|(ed yesterday by Sir Alex- ( nuclcr CudDfiAn of Great 1] Itnl-, ri)d HerEchel V, Johnson of the United Stales. In rcmnrkiibly slmllur sUitcmcnls. Wi' lold Ihe UN s new Cormiils- slou on Convcnllonnl Armumcni-i that their Rovcrnmcnls w:uVJ 1.101. Junk weapons mid redui«'I'aj-mctt .strength until the IW luul grown Into n fool-proof sy.itcm ol col e:- l!vc scctirltj. -uiiii m me union." nee minions of Europeans and If the telephone workers left their I Asiatics from the "yoi:e u [ Coniinu- bs, it would Ii" flu. ri,--. ......... i m.<.f rinttihinl i/,n " | HIM domination. "How can we consistently ch.ii- :cngn lhc Russinns' denial" of the : r Bhl O! free election* ( O Ih 0 Poles, once we ourselves begin lo deny free elections io our own people hern in America?" he asked. ?'. is nn "historical truth." he said, that legislation never has s:;c- cc'dcd In ciirhiiiK idco!o(!ic.r. "Oiitl.iwiiis; Communists," oicen >.iir(. "Mould only drive Ihcni im- dcrnroimd. The spread of Communism mmlrj be helped, not liluflcr- i-fi. by ihc enactment of laws mak- inf; coimiT-.i'i's!!! ilfe-nl." Orcctl said the "real cause ol Comnnmktii Is "poverty, privation, ir.iustice nnd strife." He said the United Stales shnuid never have (o fcnr Communism because it.s standard.? of liiiiiE nrc tho highest In the v.orlri. He snirt this country. Inrlmlins c;«n«rcss. should strive to keep lhc.se standards hign. Funeral Service This Afternoon For J. H. Pate Funeral services were held nt 2 p.m. tcri.iy a| Cobb Funeral Home Chape! for John Harvey i>ate who rti«! yesterday morning at the home of hi s son, L. R Pnte near Gosnell. Huml wns at Dogwood Diclge C«mc:try. The Rev. R Mitchell Houston. Baptist minister, officiated. Mr. pare «as 8V. He Is survived by two sous. L R. Fnle r.iri .John Weslev Pate bt>:h of Gosnell. n nd two daughters, Mrs. iv-a Nnl) of oosneli n nd Mrs. Willio u\'i>uis of orecnvil'.e, N. C.. and a brother, sim I'nte of clilMrc.«, T cxns. Colib Fimcrnl llr.ine i.s in c iinf K( -, Disabled Vets' Cor Damaged On Highway 18 A car driven )>y Lcwi.s K. Ho^i'i'.s, clis;0)U:(l vntcvsin living In Uie lnm;iin« unit at lhc Blylm'VilJr Army Air FirUl. collldrd vvtlh ,\ tmllor- iiurk .'o;)cJr:[J u-HJj )i;ii', ; ( i)fl drlvoii by Oi-vlllc WnycoiT of Ciuxlvwll. M-J . hifil ]iii{i)L urouHt] 10 o'clnck, on Hij;livny IK i\ riiuiflRr of ;i inilt 1 i .ve i -t of yii-vctis Gin, Deputy .Sheriff Hr>l- l:un( Aiken, who InvcisLlgnLcd tho arrcidcnt reported. KtJKcr-* rcceivrtl tin; c;ir. u 10Hi OhlsinobUc. from [lit; Leo Mnlm- Co. l;iiit Jiiiutary. HP v/as Iho llrst r.lis- 11 bled vrti-ran In this vtctnity to re- trrivr (Irllvrry of a j.pficinlly-ctjuipp'xl '"it 1 ironi Ihp iiuvorninrut lhrntt!;h lhc airl-to-dlwiblcd-vcLcnnJS ciiin- Arrordinf! to ofncri's. UIP truck ;md cur :ipi);in:nlly sidr-swipod us siutis t,f paint Irojn Ihc car worn viHiljlc on the Iruilrr of the truck. 'I"no driver of flic (.ruck IffL Ihn, scc.Tir-f)l Ihn iUTUlciU tn notify H. II. I Jnnr.s, of Cnrdv/oll. ownnr oT Ihi' truck, of lhc ucrhlctil, Mr. Aikrn VVhcn oriirrrs rent:hod tlip .secno of fhr ii(;c;i(trn(, WaycofT hud already Ipft. His truck wns parked nn the side of tho hlKhwny. A PhftUos Motor Company wrcrkcr brnuKhl (be trirrk njul cur lo HlyMtrvlHr. Thd Inick )^ boitii; bold pftidliic locati.ni of W;i,v<;o;r, ott'lrers fitalcd. Dainago lo Rogers' car wa. r j set at npproxiniRloly $200, it wns rc- poi-tccl. - - — •- — -,i >'\t>.>11 (i ni;ii I 01" liOnilllll.V'H !l|)|)]-|)Vi|). Mumlisill nilvniu-L-cl tin. p,-m v ,,.-,i (it a l!ti! I'-niir .session on Uic'uro- iTiUnr to in- lolluwcil In (IniltliiK tin flmium Iroiity «f pmcc. IIi> snsmi'alotl that lhc Oerimi Irenlv lji< luld (imv,, | )y ( i, 0 vlcio-i,),, '«'"'•« mxl Itnil iiHlliei- u Gernvin ll'ivi-ninu-nt nor any Ocrmiin offl- cluls Iw n><|iili-cil to siun It, r • A i-inisllliilliiiinl (iriivMnu wliluli would iiuve in | K . voted by ( ni'in.v us ;\ wlioi,- .slnmlil n-pi 'In- ilnrilliil Irirnly slxJliinj by ili-rrnlril iiiilliin, iMiirslinll s Mimiliiill rccnllc'l liiiitaller \v.,,, u ,( "' ',r','"' p 0 ''""" 1 ^ sou«hl lu lilmiie '.lift Oiriclalu wllti h||{lli:cl tile (Milt;; lix-tily In ClerninnyK Iwlmlf for IH-- tli-iniiiii iledMil, niilwr tlimi acctint- li!i! « Kcncrnl shnrc blllly. H wu.-i i-ivnll;>d thnt MiUHu:; |.; cl !,. bcrncr, Centrist, Puny niemlier v;li> .llfiiiril (lie ClRfiiinn Ironty. w,r; ns- BjiSRlimturt In u,e enrly twenties mi.l Hint. U)i! Stielnlist loiuler, Phl'liI f>rliel<leiimnn. |,n<l refused tn IH; <loniimi;i)i. (Icclni-lng thnl ill, Imiwl would wliher n wny hefori.. wonlil put |,| S ,, nmc lo ()1 , nionl or dcfcnl. I'rra^nlliiij lilt. 1 Aincrlcuii plun f, M 11 prace conference uiul i.n.-| lv ilrutllnn, Murslmll proposed u,, u fjormini cnn'htllutloti contnln cliiusi- elenrly nrovicllim n,ni ,ill l>''wi:i-s under Ihe coiislllutlmi be exerelse<l snlijca lo and nccoi-rlniic,.. with tliu prnce ticlllcincnl " •Hins he concluded thnl ti, c o-r- iniin propk. ns » whole, niul not mirllnilar ,,n,. s m - pnrtics. wnnl.1 brcomc rcspnmlblc tor tli'c pence "Kluitunl." iiliiiiuii Snjrs ,,,''? c ', 1< ' 1 ' p " lcl «» Minister Clcorucs Hldinill deserib;d Mnrshull's pro- "rcnsoiinblc, nccoptable niul nrlltsli 1 Purcliin ; Bn:r(-tnry Krncfit "Pi-lti expressed doubt dbout Its Ic,Ri)l aspects. ',. .,, '"Stft'ier 'FoAluir 1 nflnfsier v! M Mrlolov opposed tho ptnn, coiitend-^ |ii(t Ilin trcnty itiust l» siBnc<! by .III IL>>. . ...| The American and Brit sh;ixi!;-s- I '• lln Hi'rmnn • Kovcrnment bccaiiv- men Indlrcslly c:itillengi-d the air.- t ol.hor«1se the treaty would be wcnk- to rcfrnln from using DID " ' lnns to refrain frcm tnlk.-i n s n orcpiiBnndn ind lace the la-Is of ou.rcnl In- tcnialloim] politics. The commission agreed lo resume dr.bilc Friday. The UN's second year In lhc United slates Icfjun with little. Ceremony. Hncrelary-Gcnernl Tr ^vc Ll«! vent to the org'nlKU oil's Em )ir: State Bulltllni; -hoarlQlrviers lo ac.- rept fnrinally the $8,500,'CO .plot of nldtown M'uilialtam p- opcrly wlrc'i vill house the UN',% pc'iiuitiL-nt icail(i:i»rler.<! in a low years. II conslsl.s of six blocks t'l-iv; the t River, where Uic lir.st of a icsl of UN skyfoiTi-crs will b? rreclcd Inlc nrx', year. Missourian Kills Self in Shop at Steele After and u-ritltii.' irl named Cirecnhill. .10. lor a piece ol paper larowrll nol<? t.'o a 'Berlhn. E:Ulic It. ol .Slrolo. Ma., .\lrnl thr: . . . ., "ind killed lilmsclf yesterday in Cil.v Siioe Shop in Slrric. While lnspe,-tim; n .3! caliber cued. Today's meeting of (lie Blii Fou- nfler a two-dny recess wns devoid, entirely lo discussion of how to nro- iccd wllh lhc di-nrtlnq of the o*r- mnn .trciity. The first division came over M- banln. wllh Rus,sia and France Iti- KlstliiB nn Inchidlnt; It nnd Ilic Amcricnn u.nd Uritlsh opposing 11,1,1 coiml.ry's pnrtlclpatlon. There wns eenrrnl nijrecment twa Iran shnuid be added to t|, c other IB sinli-s which nrc not In dispute nnd whlclv were invited i n | )rt . B( .,,, Iheir views ill .January at the drmi-' lies mealing in London. Marshall insisted that all nn- llons wtiich declared war on r; n ,-_ ninny should hnvc lh c right lo PLM-- liclfiate "In SI)mo degree nt all slaeeii" in Iho preparation of lhc Ormmi treaty. Marshall outlined his views t'n ("rms .Mnillar In those of former Sccriilnry of Slnlo James F. Byrn""^ In connection with the Paris co-i- ferencc on sntellilc treiittcs Knrller today in the mectlni; ,,f deputies, Russia abandoned iinrtwiiiromlsliig sland on the' Aus- Irhn treaty nnd bcRim negctintUic i>" (lispulrd articles In it I'Vndor Ouscv. the Soviet d"i>i|[y surprised tl w ,>(!,er Hi s Four ricini- "-s tor Austria hy revolver he said h,. wi>,U«l to trade ,,ut u, K in,; the |i» s 'JMoiVofVii? W^i- Ihe shop owner for one he <>rn l Tree Blown Across Power Line Halts Service 5 Hours Electric service lo Gosnell, the Vctcrnns Housing Area and (lie remainder of the Air H,is.. was halted for approximately five hours yesterday when a Ivo.* i.j ! the Air Bn.sc vicinity was ioppehvl by heavy winds and fell a.Toss' Arkansas-Missouri Power Co linos. About five hours were required I" repair the lines hecause the weight of Ihc tree sllppo-l moorings and pulled lines :aii:. Jnnu-.s V. Dates. Ark-Nfo. dis'rc 1 man- j aRer. explained. When -ii.' tree was' (IciiBths h"twce» poles i nnd Ihey had to IIP re-lied at oarii pole, lie 1 raid. Pick-up Truck Leaves Overpass; Five Are Injured E. .J. Broun of Hlylhcvillc nnd . . four Ncaroes were sliKhlly Injured truck in which they were riding wcnl on" the overpass on Nort'.i Highway 61 nnd rolled down Ihe south embankment. Mr. Brown nnd Uvu of the Nc- Ki'oes were bruusht to a hospitul here u-heie they were treated and dismissed. B Bullocks. Nrsrc) wns hospitalized (or ear lacerations mi-l hruif.es. Another Nem'ci. Tom Mc- Fin-land, nlsn icinnined In the hos-- pilnl with an arm injury. Coiui'i- tlons of imtli were said lo be "verv " good wav ! tov, I e south ovcrp^-when it hnci. Mr. Grccnhill bnrrd'-vecl p;p:r nin! p?nticd lliis note: "Mor- Miii. this is lo pi-ove 1 iovc you, so hc Kond and goodbye.'' S'.eppiiiK lo the end nf tho counter, he said, "ri only takes one K hot to do it; and lirnl one shot Into his stomach. Jle died before medical aid arrived. Othrr than thr nolc, no cause tor tho act was known. Because ol cyw t-irssc.s and t'-o open nature of the slid.linp. no formal coroners nuiuesl was hel.1. anil a SU-clc doctor who a'Kvcd JuM alter Mr. Grrenhill died termed the net suicide on the de.uh certificate. Funrr.-il arrangement,; were in- complole at noon loday ivnclm^ struct inns awaited frr-iu r^l"-live.s :tl F.lowah iitul Alnbnmn. Thr b-dy is at German UndertHkini Co in Stcel'e. Hearing Delayed In Move to Oust Wilson Trustee powers on several „,.-„-, bitterly cnnleslcd poinli in (he pro- pnsed Austrian settlement,. Firemen Check Grass Fire in Nick of Time A hcnrtiiR scheduled for on the defendants moflon f snl of the action against jarnes H. drain -jccklu- • his removnl as trustee of inr 14 i f, 1 ' 01 " . B. Lm Wilson estate ha.; l,ce,i) tl! ' vcilcltc postponed until 1:00 p. in. Tluns- rta.v. nci-ordlng lo inforiiia ,.yn A potcnltolly disnstrous inrtustrint fire was averted tlii? inorninc when Hiylhcviilc rirenicn checked .1 .^prcndiiiR Brass flre caused by blnw- i»S sp.iiks from a hull burner at the J. I,. Terrell Gin on South Elm street. The sparks were carried lo grass nlnnsr the nrnrby railroad tracks and the llamcs were fanned by \viiH linlit they spread to grass on the Lion Oil Co. and Barksdalc Lumber Co. property. «'licn (iremr-n tinllcd the spreading fire, it was igniting grass under lumber pl.'os nnd fuel storage tanks. « Firpjiipii last night e.\-ling«M'c.'ci a small blaze in n house owned by Homer Nunnnlly in the O.ilncs Ad- l,r<viPhi ' rt ' lio "- Slight damage resulted from oro,igni,, lhc nr( , b( , U(!Vcd callsC(J by s|url . r . lie dropppcd on a ceivcd todny ArpnincnU ..... complaint ut Unit- Icrnln bv he! of the be heard in ' from Little Rock, for dismissal of ;he rs of the filale will I. i Mercury Tumbles Following yesterdays windy cold- ifd to a low of 35 degrees durinR

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